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Page 8-MALAKOFF NEWS-August 25, 1977 MALAKOFF TIGER BAND front line members have been preparing for the first regular season game for the Tigers for several weeks now, getting routines whipped out and costumes made. Pictured left to right are Betsy Pierce, Heather Miller, Robin Harris, Debbie Holt, Lisa Woolverton, and Julie Sneed. Kneeling are Gay McSweeney, feature twirler and head majorette, Beth Harris, drum majorette, and Joan Jackson, feature twirler. Not pictured are majorettes Lana Rogers and Vicki Holt. [Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall] Malakoff Tigers Look Tough ? Coach Donny Anderson was pleased with what he saw of the Malakoff Tigers in their first scrimmage Friday night against Whitehouse, even though he said later that the team made a lot of the usual first scrimmage mistakes. Anderson said the Tigers moved the ball well on of- fense, and that the offensive line looked good blocking. Defensively the Tigers did fairly well, but Anderson said that they will make a lot of adjustments prior to the sea- son opener Sept. 2. Playing on the offensive team Friday night for the Tigers were line blockers Clint Cross and Monty Green, tight ends; tackles Greg Sul- livan, Tim Nichols, and Bo Thompson; guards Roger Smith, Carmen Allen, Bryan Grubbs, and James Royall; centers Scott Estes, Rick Mc- Library Friends Host Party For Summer Readers Malakoff Friends of the Library hosted a Coke party for participants of the sum- mer reading program Mon- day. Cerftificates were pre- sented to 42 children who completed the program. Michele Ashlock, Virginia Brimer, Beth Pattison, Sean McKean, Page Sutton, and Missy Glasglow Other participants were Mary Herline. Tracy Ed- wards, Brenda Hoyt, Micheal Hoyt, Pam Hayes, Donny ttodge, Debbie Motl. Ronald Motl. Brent Cheatham. Nan- nette Brimer, Chris Brimer. Virginia Brimer. Pat Brimer. Angela Hinkle. Sheree Hin- I I kle, Brenda Clark, Sharla Slaton, Bonnie Tanner, Bob- bie Tanner, John Tanner, LaTesha Hardy, Ronnie At- kins, Janna Jeffcoat. and Jarrod Jeffcoat. PASCHAL HOME We Honor All Burial Policies Malakoff PHONE 489-1500 Children who read 20 books or more included Ken Bostic, Kelly Wood, Lisa Stone. Kelly Quinn, Melinda Julian, Kevin Kilman, Kyle Kilman, Jeri McLain. Ginger Proper, Nancy Ftynn, Scott Williams, Adam Adams. Eva Adams. TERRI ELAINE ARMSTRONG- MICHAEL WAYNE MC- DOWELL Mr. and Mrs. Oral Armstrong of Key Ranch Estates announce the engagement and approaching mar. riage of their daughter, Terri Elaine, to Michael Wayne MeDowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDoweii of Tool. The wedding is planned for Saturday, September 3 at I0 a.m. in the Providence Baptist Church in Tool. All friends and relatlve f [tle c6 drinvlted to attiid. Kinnerney and Walter Mat- thews. Running hard in the back- field were fullbacks Wes Holt and Ray Garrison; tailbacks Chuck Chapman and Tommy Tatum; blocking backs Barry Carson and Doyle Fleming; wingbacks David Dickenson and William Killingsworth. Wingback Red Colman, in- jured prior to the scrimmage, saw little action Friday night, but Anderson said they were trying to get his ankle in top condition. Defensively the Tigers have Gilbert Smith and Roger Smith at cornerback: Scott Estes, Monty Green, Clint Cross and Bryan Grubbs at end: Greg Sullivan, Tim Nichols and Bo Thompson and Robert Gaston at tackle: linebackers Wes Holt, Barry Caron, Bonnie Green, Car- man Allen and Eddie Grimes. In the secondary are Ray Garrion, David Dickenson, Dana Wilson, Chuck Chap- man, Doyle Fleming, Tommy Tatum and Donny Perkins. Anderson said the felt the Tigers played well against Whitehouse who has seven returning starters from the regional ballclub of a year ago. Whitehouse is picked to be a top contender for the regional title again this year. In Friday Scrimmage Contest Friday night the Tigers will be at West, who lost last year after an undefeatd season to state champions Rockdale by four points. West has eight Cross Roads Plans Party For Children Kindergarten teacher at the Cross Roads School, Tammy McClintock, has announced a Get Acquainted party for all kindergarten students and their parents at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The party will give parents the opportunity to become familiar with the kinder- garten program and allow the children to get to know their classmates before the first dav of school. Mrs. McClintock said that kindergarten students who have not preregistered, can do so at the party. Preregis- tration through eight grade begin Tuesday, and will con- tinue through Friday, Aug. 25 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. School will start Aug. 29. For Call Out Orders 489.1895 n urrito w,00,,,,,Cheese 74 Thursday is country Basket Uay $ 19 CITIZENS STATE BAN TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY NOTES: 1 returning starters, and And- erson said the Tigers are SUNDAY MONDAY looking forward tc against a good, ' "LUMB Open til ER Saturday W. R. McKee Lumber C. Hwy. 31 E. Phone Malakoff Tires and Tubes 24 Open All Day Saturday Tanner M 110 E. Mitcham C0m September, Trinidad at Frankston [JV] 7 p.m. Trinidad Chamber of Com- merce 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY 2 Tigers-Kerens at ltome Frankston at Trinidad 8 p.m. SATURDAY  3 4 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE Trinidad School lloliday Malakoff School lloliday 6 Malakoff Band Booster Club Trinidad Town Council 7 p.m. City llall Malakoff Rotary Noon Rob's Kitchen Malakoff Chamber of Com- nlerce 7 "COUTS 8 Trinidad Chamber of Com- merce 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge Trinidad at Dawson [JV-JII] 6 p.m. PTO Meeting 3:30 p.m. 9 Tigers-Kemp at Kemp Trojans at Carlisle 8 p.m. Star Ilarbor Council 7:30 p.m. 10 i iiii ii IIIIIII II I I I IIII i 11 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE Nat!onal Hispanic Heritage Week, 11-17 I I II I III 18 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE 25 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE 12 Malakoff City Council 7:30 p.m. City llall Trinidad Fire Dept. 7 p.m. 11. II 13 J Malakoff Rotary Noon Rob's Kitchen Malakoff Dad's Club 7 p.m, Eastern Star 8 p.m. Caney City City Council 7:30 p.in. Rosh Hashanah, 13 & 14 IIII I in iiiii II 14 15 16 17 " Scurry at Trinidad [ JH] 6:30 Tigers-Fairfield at llome flfEEItSllli p.m." Trojans at Scurry 8 p.m. ! Pickle-Tickle Time, 15-24 I I IIIII I I II I I II I I I 20 21 22 23 24 19 Trinidad Town council 7 p.n,. Trinidad Chamber of Con,- Frost at Trinidad 8p.m. ', Trinidad InService City llall 1 ...... merce 7:30p.m. :11  !! Trinidadltigh SchoolSChl Board 7 p.m. KitchenMaiakff Rotarv Noon Rob's t p.m.Trinidad at Mildred [JV] 7 I I MalakoffSchool Board 7 p.m. Malakoi'f Dad's Club 7p.m. Trinidad at Frost [Jll] 6:30 AMERICAI Administration Office ! p m INDIAN J[:ly Cross Roads School Board 7 Trinidad Fire Dept. 7 p.m. ' :. p.m. SEPT.25 Yom Kippur, 22 I III III I I i iiiii II I IIII I 26 27 28 29 " 30 Malakoff Rotary Noon Rob's Kitchen Maiakoff City Council 7:30 p.m. City llall Palmer at Trinidad [JV-Jli] 6 p.m. Malakoff Report Cards Tigers-Van at Van Trojans at Palmer 8 p.m. L 1  A  Anniversary Nltiortal Good Neighbor Day