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Malakoff TSTA is beginning a new year of activity under the direction of Jeanie Seely, their president. One of the lint activities for the organization this year was a leadership training session held Tuesday, August 16, at Malakoff Junior High School. According to Seely, over half of the teachers in Malakoff were members of the organization last year. "We expect to obtain an even higher percentage this year," Scely said. She attributed the probable increase in awareness on the part of nonmembers of all the services offered by the organization. "Our affiliation with the Texas State Teachers bamociation (TSTA) and the National Education Association (NEA) offers our members benefits and ser- vices unrivalled by any other educational organization in the nation," she said. Seely mentioned the presence of a full-time staff person located in the area, a comprehensive public relations campaign for public education and special resources and training for problems teachers face in the classroom as examples of reasons for teachers joining. In addition, she also stated that similar benefits are also available to other school employees who join. These include administrators, secretaries, aides, bus drivers, cafeteria workers and janitors. "We are aware that our dues are higher than for some other organizations that compete with us for membership," she said, "but unlike some organizations that ask for dues and provide no services, we have a full range of benefits we provide our mere- hers. The recognition of this difference is why the membership is increasing. "We have a very good working relationship with the Malakoff Ad- ministration and School Board," she said, "and this relationship enables us to deal with the concerns of our mem- bers." Other officers of Malakoff TSTA are vice president Sybfl Norris, secretary Nancy Sonntag and treasurer Kelley Berry. In addition, there is a faculty representative in every building. Charlotte Brown represents Malakoff Elementary, Tina Tompkins represen- ts Malakoff Jr. High and Ino Hall represents Malakoff High. [fl I He Group Includes: *Sofa ,Chair *2 Wood end tables *and a covered cocktail table. Reg. Price s79995 Limited Supply a 319 N. Terry 489-0090 Malakoff Plans I Bank Malakoff 489-0530 115 Royall Blvd. Member FDIC Malakoff, Texas ~'L. NEVER MIND THE HEAT--VFW Post 4133 and Ladies Auxiliary members didn't let it slow them down mowed, pulled weeds and generally cleaned at Clear Creek Cemetery. This year marked the second az post and auxiliary members. The cemetery, now abandoned, is left unattended except for the work done by photo by Ann Rounsavall) Henderson, adjoining counties The No. I W.R. Kinabrew is scheduled for spudding as a develop- mental venture in Henderson County's South Trinidad Field. Rodessa oil production is the target. The well will be located in a 150-acre lease in the William Ligon Survey, about three miles south of Malakoff. Projected total depth is 7,600 feet. A 5,750-ft. developmental well is scheduled to be drilled in Anderson County's North Slocum Field, seven miles east-southeast of Palestine. It will be known as the No. 2 Lockler, with Cape Operating Ltd. of Tyler as the operator. The operation will be in a 40- acre drilling unit in the Allen Killough Survey. The well is aimed at Sub-Clarksville oil pay. An Athens-based firm is among seven operators staking drillsite for a com- bined total of 26 new wells in the Cor- sicana Shallow Field, Navarro County. Spectrum Petroleum Inc. of Athens Malakoff School Menu August 2Z= August 26 LUNCH Monday - Corney dog, cheese stick, green beans, watermelon, milk. Tuesday. Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread, lime jello with peaches, milk. Wednesday - Hamburgers, lettuce, tomatoes, pickle slices, french fries, peanut butter crispies, milk. Thursday. Steak fingers with gravy, mashed potatoes, brocolli with cheese sauce, jello, hot rolls, milk. Friday - Fish squares, blackeyed peas, macaroni and cheese, fruit cup, cornbread, milk. Snack Bar served for Junior high. Breakfast served every morning. has scheduled the spudding of the No. 4 and No. 11 B.W. Hutson five miles south of Corsicana. Both wells carry permit for 1,200-ft. total drilling depth. Dallas-based Fairfield Petroleum Inc. cut the widest swath in develop- mental activity with 18 new locations approximately one-quarter mile southeast of Corsicana. All are slated for maximum hole of 1,500 feet. The wells are in a pair of Corsicana Industrial Foundation leases. Acreage totals 153 acres, all of it in Navarro County's Jehu Peoples Survey. Other operators staking drillsites in the field are Jackson and Ray of Powell, C.L. Brown III of Corsicana, Blair Energy of Hillsboro, Production Research Inc. of Houston and Wharton Oil of Vernon. A pair of developmental wells are ready for spudding in Anderson County's Neches Field, with Exxon Corp. as the operator. The wells will be known as the No. 12 Carrie E. Smith, a 5,300-ft. probe located 3.5 miles northeast of Neches, and the No. 4 H.S. Davenport Estate, a 5,300-ft. well 7.9 miles west of Jacksonville. The Smith well will be located in a 380-acre lease in Anderson County's David Roberts Survey, while the Davenport is in a 120-acre lease, Joseph Campbell Survey. Both ventures are aimed at Woodbine Sand oil production. Operating out of Humble, Texas, Atascocita Oil and Gas has filed for permit to drill the No. 7 R.A. McClinton in Anderson County's Slocum Shallow Field, one mile west of Slocum. Projected total depth is 600 feet. The operation will be in a 50-acre lease. A 13,600-ft. oil or gas wildcat is scheduled in Freestone County 5.5 miles northeast of Fairfield. The ex- plorer well is Margie Gunter Er a 35-acre lease in the J.J. Pepi Survey. Exxon i~ Freestone County's Mb'~ Field continues to developmental action, the be spudded being the No. located four miles south Natural gas pay in the the target. With projected total feet, the well is in a 645-acre in the I. Caradine Production of Tyler is for spudding in the Freestone County. It is aimed at Cotton with total The operation is in a the Juan Nepomoceno Pitts Oil and Dallas I the operators. Couple wins in race d Larry Forbes and Seaton, both students School, have made their Stars and Fobes has won ! races and has received for winning the trophy Miss Seaton puff race to ever be held a Also winning was raced in the bicycle race fifth place. Family attending cluded Tony, Kathy, Forbes from Ft. mother, Jean, from CaS] Vicki of Ft. 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