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PAGE 8 - The Malakoff News - Friday, August 4, 2006 u The Malakoff High School Class" o3".197,1, held its 35th year Class reunion on June 24th'at Caney Cove R Vpark. Several classes were invited to join in the festivities. A good time was had by all and they are looking forward to getting together again in 201.1for their 40th reunion By Emily G. Lundy August continues to ring bells of new clothing, new su- perintendent, new teachers, new students, loss of others, and, of course, the infamous two-a-days. If August 21 were Christmas, I could say, 16 shopping days until school begins. That shadow of sickness lies overhead With friends and ac- quaintances struggling for con- tinued life or better living. Butch Mizen will enter a radiation pro- gram for precaution after his surgery; Richard Taafe, the ambassador for visiting the sick, lies seriously sick himself; imbo Norris will be traveling to M.D. Anderson this week for evalu- ation and . (Airheart) Kelley travels soon to Hermann Memorial in Hous- ton for serious heart surgery and asks to be on everyone's prayer list; Fred Colvin is ill at his home; Martha Perry re- mains in the Metroplex with serious problems from surgery and ensuing infection; James Zafereo continues to amaze those around him with his can- cer as his breathing ability is improving; Diane Paul may complete her chemotherapy and radiation treatments in M.D. Anderson this week; oth- ers to remember and pray for include Everett and Thelma Gertrude Stanfield, Lucille Banks, Willie and Grady McCrary, Ethel Moser, Lea Loven, Dona Ware, Claud Jackson, E. L. Pennington, all those you may know abopt Anya and her two boys are back from Germany. Her home here is better for her health. The heat continues to take away any thought of fun in the day except something including cool water. In local papers are groups and programs to help with the Smith, Doris Setzer, Stephen purchasing of school clothes Whitlow, RaymondTubbs, Jean and school supplies. Check Anderson, Lena Goodenough, these out if needed. Elaine Greenhaw, Dewayne possible Jenkins, Johnny Cantwell, Katy The First Baptist Church will might want to check this out. If you've been seeing less of Larry and Sidney Airheart, it's because Larry's job has taken him to Big Spring to work with the alternate method of energy, the new type wind- mills. The Airhearts are begin- ning to like the country out there better. There's an old saying that if one stays in West Texas for five years, he won't leave. Some have proved that not true; others have stayed. Henry Bearid, born in 1917, is seriously ill in Hendrick's Hospital in Abilene, reportedly with a heart attack and a stroke. During this past year he has lost one of his legs. His wife Edie is by his side. Henry treatment; Louise Fugate re- Willis, Evelyn Beavers, Mable have Splash Day activities Sat- is a THS graduate and a faith- mains at home suffering from Lundy, Joel May, Roberta urday at their church, all free ful ex-student supporter. two or three illnesses; Kathy Staples, Geraldine St anfibld, and relief frornthe eat. you i, i '" ,: : . ' has a,g a tlforz - placing pipelines for some citi- zens in most need now. Boring into the ground will begin soon; then decisions wilt have to be made as where and when to start. Mayor Chris Quinn has more information. Join the festivities & try our new services " "~' . 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Fifth I Continued from Page 1 gave us their best effort. This was the first time in eleven years that a team from Malakoff has made it into the TTAB play- offs," Said coach Ronny Snow. "Our deepest appreciation goes out to the parents who have helped with the team in doing whatever they could to make this year a very enjoyable one, not only for the team, but for the coaches." The entire team did a won- derful job according to staff and personnel. Coming into the playoffs with a 15-0 record, the Longhorns lost their first game, won the second game and lost the third game. Team players included: Chase Newland (pitcher), Wes Jack- son and Eli Arnold (catcher), Payton Carter (lst base), Seth Grimes (2nd base), Ethan Snow (3rd base), Josh Savis (short stop), Cameron Rogers (center field), Luke Wallace (left field), Seth Black, Spencer Grisham, T.J. Levitt (right field), Colton Gordan (center), Holden Ray (left field). Head Coach Ronny. Snow, Assistant Coach Matt Ray and Derek Rogers and Bat Boy was Hunter Snow. Continued from Page 1 football; jogging apparel; neck- wear and ties; pajamas; pants and trousers; raincoats and ponchos; robes; shirts; shoes - sandals, slip- pers, sneakers, tennis, walking; socks (including athletic); shorts; suits, slacks, and jackets; sweatshirts; sweat suits; sweat- ers; swimsuits; underclothes; work clothes and uniforms. Taxed: accessories (generally) - barrettes, elastic ponytail hold- ers, wallets, watches; backpacks; baseball cleats and pants; belt buckles (without belt); boots - climbing, fishing, rubber work boots, ski, waders; buttons and zippers; cloth and lace, knitting yams, and other fabric; dry clean- ing services; football pants; golf gloves; handbags and purses; handkerchiefs; hard hats; helmets - bike, baseball, football, hockey, motorcycle, sports; ice skates;, jewelry; laundering services; leather goods - except belts with buckles and wearing apparel; pads - football, hockey, soccer elbow, knee, shoulder; personal. flotation devices; rented clothing (including uniforms, formal wear, and costumes); roller blades and. skates; safety clothing, glasses; shoes - bicycle (cleated), bowl- ing, golf. Continued from Page 1 It also means hair must be a color that resembles a natural shade. Hair should be neat and clean. hirts must have sleeves, have no rips, tears, cuts, holes or frayed ends that show skin. They must be buttoned, zipped or fastened to an appropriate responsible for checking stu- extent, dents for the above appropri- No cleavage should show.ateness and other guidelines as Undershirts must go under see[ sent to all students through the through Tlld *i ngths * 'Tii ebi-incipal will make the ,-. i ~: "tl.;l- 11':~'. 131kl" 4t'31"~; 'W rLt2!}iJfl, l!i [fllD!!;~ ~i i ~:;~:. ; ~ ~. or tOpS must not reveal SKIn at nnal decision. the waist during everyday ac- tivities that cause the garment to rise. Tops outside of the dress code violations-will not be al- lowed. Outer wear must be worn ap- propriately or not at all. of pants is the limit. Bottoms must have no rips, tears, cuts, holes or frayed ends that show skin, and must meet the top to prevent skin showing around the midriff. Bottoms that are spandex or tear away are not permitted. First-period teachers will be Exceptions concern spirit ac- ; tivities, but nothing else. 1 Shoes (not inappropriate i I houseshoes) must be worn. i No headgear will be allowed, i Piercing is not allowed on the body except for girls' ears, and 1 sunglasses are not an option. No i Bottoms, pants, capris, skirts, chains or wallet chains are per- . skorts, jumpers, and other pants mitted. must have a natural-fit to the Undergarments are a "must.",i crotch (no sag) and be sized ap- Lettering on clothes must be I appropriate and should be printed in "appropriate" places. Violations will be posted and go into effect the second week of school. propriately. Bottoms must be as long as the wearer's kneecap. The pant leg should not ex- tend beyond the toe of the shoe. Three-inch slits in the bottom Council Continued from Page 1 Works Glen Herriage and City Secretary Ann Barker, both of whom carry the title co-city ad- ministrator. Sgt. Don Covey is serving as interim police chief until a re- placement can be found. Early in the process, the council offered the job to cur- rent Brownsboro Police Chief i Ron Shields, but Shields turned i- down the offer. Others who have been inter- i viewed for the job include '. Covey, newly-hired Marin Po- ! liceChief Tom Hamilton,', Malakoff resident Mike' Coffman, Brian Myers and' Michael Freeman "39 Years Of Our Family Taking Care Of Your Family" We specialize in follow-up hospital stays including a Certified Wound Care Nurse on staff. Take advantage of our "EXPRESS" Rehab services to get back home quickly. Our therapist will continue on to home to assure full recovery. We can also, of course, provide the long-term quality care our family and staff are known for. In Gun Barrel City welcomes the newest member of our team Dr. Kenneth Garza, O.D. With a special for new patients only! OPTOMETRIC EYE EXAM and CONTACT LENSES s150.O0* (Includes New patient exam, 3 months supply of disposable spherical contact lenses (2 boxes), training and I month follow-up care) Specials also available on astigmatic, bitbcal and colored contact lenses. OR OPTOMETRIC EYE EXAM and SINGLE VISION GLASSES $150.00" (Includes: New patient exam, frame from selected group, CR-39 plastic lenses, Scratch Resistant Coating and UV-400 filter) Specials also available on bifocal, trifocal and progressive lenses Hwy 31 W. 903-489-1 702 Malakoff 519-C Call 903-887-7623 FOR AN APPOINTMENT Specials good through July 31, 2006. *This offer excludes insurance plans and other offers or discounts* N. Gun Barrel Ln. Gun Barrel City 903-887-7623 II I I