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ENGAGEMENT-Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Barnett of Mabank announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,, Deana, to Jerry Dickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Dickson of Malakoff. Wedding ceremonies are planned for Aug. 1 at United Methodist Church in Mala- koff at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. David Hutchins officiating. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Barnett is a 1974 graduate of Mabank High School and has been at- tending Henderson County Junior College. She plans to attend North Texas State College this fall. Mr. Dickson is a 1970 graduate of Malakoff High School and is employed by Texas Power and Light. School Trustees Sell Old Air Conditioners Malakoff School District trustees sold 10 used air conditioners on bids and authorized the laying of tile in the gymnasium lobby during a routine board meeting which was followed by a work session on the proposed 1975-76 budget. Bids were taken on the air conditioners individually and in a group, and the trustees decided to accept individual bids totaling $459.66. The bids on laying tile on the gym lobby floor had been taken earlier, with a bid of $593 coming from Dunn Enterprises, and $640 from The Carpet House. The board authorized superintendent Jack Murray to check on specifications and to award the job to The Carpet House, providing the bid included the entire project. Murray presented the semi- annual cafeteria report, showing an expenditure of ,':COUNCIL ...:, :i:!: from page 1 inquired about the luncheon after an announcement appeared in the Malakoff News saying the city was sponsoring the meal and that council members would be present. During a discussion of the matter. Turner said he had been under that general impression and had told the paper the city was sponsoring the luncheon. He said the guest list was provided by the Bicentennial Committee. Thompson said that he personally paid for the luncheon, not the city, and that the failure to invite the three councilmen was "bad etiquette." "I am deeply hurt and all I can say is I'm sorry. It won't happen again." he continued. "From now on I'll let the city entertain " Inmon said that when he asked Thompson about the luncheon. Thompson said there would not be anything until 2 p.m.. the time of the park dedication and Bicen- tennial presentation ceremony at City Park July 12th. In other action. Rogers noted that many parents are unhappy because the city now $25,543.83 for January through June, and a balance of $6,136.59. Trustees ques- tioned if a $4,000 transfer of funds made early last year before funds had been re- ceived for cafeteria expendi- tures had been returned. Murray said yes, but was unable to verify this, and said he would check the figures later.. Murray, in his superinten- dent's report, also announced plans for the third annual teacher banquet, to be held this year at Henderson County Junior College Friday, Aug. 15. The district also accepted resignations from Benny Bearden, junior high earth science teacher and coach, and Ann Phillips, third grade teacher. Trustees discussed per- sonnel and salaries in an executive session following the regular meeting, but no action was taken. Common Refrain The common refrain express- ing a poor level of interperson- al communication. "he {she} doesn't understand me," is the central problem plaguing many couples who enter mar- riage counseling, Dorthy Tay- lor. family life education specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Ser- vice. the Texas A&M Univer- sity System, points out. Agriculb re Teachers To Honor Hylas H. Cade Hylas H. Code, Refining Vocational Agriculture teach- er at Malakoff High School will be honored by the voca. tional Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas in Hous- ton, on Tuesday, July 29, according to Albert Timmer- man, Jr., Rockdale, president of the organization. Cade is being recognized for his 40 years of service to the vocational agriculture pro- gram of Texas. Cade has a total teaching tenure of 44 years. Cade graduated from Crockett High School and received his B.S. degree in Agriculture from Sam Hous- ton and M.S. degree from East Texas State University, Commerce. He is retiring this summer from teaching. The award will be presented tt the annual awards program )f the association. The wards program is held dur- ng the statewide in-service ducation workshop of voca. The Welsh believed that any- one who cuts down a juniper bush will die within the year. tional Agriculture teachers. This year's conference vill emphasize the implementa- tion of new approaches in vocational agriculture educa- tion. Leaders in agriculture and education from through- out the state and nation will take part in the four-day in-service meeting. Education features of the meeting will be under the direction of Mr. J.A. Marshall, director of Agriculture education, Texas Education Agency, Austin, Texas. The Malakoff Future Farm- ers of America Chapter has participated in many leader- ship and judging contests in the years that Cade has been their vocational instructor. Among the many honors Cade has received is one he I$ I Modernize   Your Old RingM With A New Mounting I . I Ring Sizing  Reasonably Priced' __.,,j Expert Watch Repair Service For 35 Years STIRMAN JEWELRY STORE W. Side Sq. Ph. 675-4181 Athens, Texas Ill II III For Quality Work and Prices You Can Afford, Call or Come By received in 1953, this being the State Farmer Degree, which was presented to him by the State Association of Future Farmers of America. Cade and his family are members of the Methodist Church. He is also active in the Lion's club, Henderson County Livestock Associa- tion, and Masonic Lodge. Approximately 1500 Voca- tional Agriculture teachers and friends are expected to attend the Houston Confer- ence. Hylas H. Cade Tide DETERGENT BURKHART z AUTOMOTIVE Sl" 99' General Repair 4894}307 Welding Fisherman's Wharf Malakoff, Texas Kraft Auto &Truck Bod Reair & Refinishing I I III I II I I I REAL ESTATE 887.9801 GUN BARREL CITY l l - I iiiii i TNIIN.-FRI.-SAT. SUN.-MON.-TOE.-WED. JgLlr 24.30__ TNUR.-FRI.-SAT. BBQ SAUCE Our Darling CORN md NEW film... URINI' A LeaVERSAL PICTURE TECOt RtNAV i SUN,-MON,-TUE.'WED. I.BA (RAZY s DOMINO SOON WALT DISNEY'S PLUS I "APPLE DUMPLING [  I GANG" (G) ER... 51.tE. I4s ,4 VER/ $aat.t. CLOSET THPT blEED5 (..BRPET. has only one policeman, fol- lowing the loss of Marion __ __ ___ _ Marshall. who is now a county I / _goEVlSIT deputy sheriff' They are cn" i  cerned he said. about ade- quate traffic control around The mayor said he would place the matter on the  J,,Ktl.7"tflit4> Ot.ngi ,I at" - [ agenda of the next meeting "r m.  , for discussion. CAMPBELL'S I n e.r WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas I Page 10 -MALAKOFF NEWS. Ji Tank Tops 7-10....... Shorts ................., Little Boys Tank Shirts..........., With Numbers........... Boys Walking Shorts Penn. Press. Boys Ieans.............. s24, s3 S00th & S&H Green Stamps Lay-Away Phone 303 CABBAGE lb. Gladiola FLOUR 3 lb. $179 Navy Donald Duck Frozen ,,,  Dried 1 .... > IZ OZ. 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