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Tiger Growl By The Malakofi High School Journalism Class :i:i :: rnalisrn Added At MHS; To Provide News Copy JOurnalism course has to the curriculum High School this students are the communication the tutelage of Wylie, journalism and publications of their regular the class will news to the Malakoff will produce the Tiger yearbook. Evans, a. junior, the Malakoff News as editor. Her staff Benny Rogers, John , Eddie Arthus, Sandra Katrina Tarver and Hopper. responsibility of de- and producing the rests on the to two seniors The Katrina Tarver of the 1976 Tiger, and as her assistant will Scheibe. Scheibe as photographer three staffs. Business Sandra Franklin, senior, takes care of matters, including High Hurt Auto Wreck alakoff High School was injured in an accident Sept. 1. Fritz, 17, of Tool taken to Corsicana Hospital by a Funeral Home after he lost con- his car on Hwy. 274, and hit a fence remained in the has- week and is now ing at home from lacerations, a frac- jaw and a fractured blade. Barnett sales of advertising, subscrip- tion sales, and cost accounting. The journalism class began selling yearbook  advertise- ments last week in Malakoff and neighboring towns. Many area merchants and business- men responded with their support and members of the yearbook staff expressed appreciation to those who bought ads. Business Man- ager Franklin said that a list of yearbook advertisers will be compiled and posted on high school bulletin boards encouraging all students to patronize those establish- ments in appreciation of their support of the yearbook. Yearbooks will go on sale to students, teachers, parents and other interested persons on Oct. 1. Cost of the books, which are due for deliviery in August 1976, will be $6 each. School pictures will be taken at the elementary school, junior high school and high school on Sept. 18. Senior portraints will be taken the following day. Junior Varsity Loses By 14.8 To Teague The Malakoff Junior Var- sity was nipped 14-8 by the Teague Lions here last Thurs- day night, dropping the Tigers season record to 1-t. The Tigers defeated Kerens 8-0 in their first game. The first quarter proved to be a defensive grudge match. Teague gained only two first downs, and the Tigers could manage only one. Fumbles plagued the opening, stanza with Teague losing two of three, while Malakoff re- covered their lone fumble. In the second quarter Malakoff took to the air. Ray Garrison completed three of five passes, two to Barry Brim for 94 yards. But the saying "live by the pass, die by the pass," proved true with 1:09 remaining in the first half when Teague intercepted a Garrison pass and returned it 70 yards for the score. A two-point con- version attempt failed, leaving the half-time score at 6-0 Teague. The second half opened with Matakoff kicking to For: HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royall Blvd. GMC Motor CO. PLETE At Noon Saturday 489.1292 ,,,,w,,, m-,-,.=,- Teague. After eight plays the Tigers took control of the ball and drove 45 yards for a touchdown. Barry Brim car- ded the ball in from the one, and then added the two point conversion. Malakoff held the lead for only a short time, however, as the Lions retaliated in the fourth with a 69-yrd drive culminating with a touch- down. The two-point conver- sion was good, putting Teague in front 14-8. The Tigers then engineered another drive from their own 30 to the Teague 20 and held the lead within their grasp again. But they were unable to convert on a fourth and 13 situation and forfeited the ball to Teague with 33 seconds remaining. Teague insured the win by running the clock out. Malakoff's Jimmy Williams had 118 yards rushing for the night and was named the offensive standout by Coach Brooks Symank. Defensive standouts were Barry Brim, Barry Carson and Marvin Roberson. Malakoff racked up 261 yards total offense com- pared to Teague's 169. The Malakoff Junior Var- sity travels to Fairfield this week to take on the Eagles. :i:!:i:i:i:i::i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:!:i:!:!:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i i! Malakoff Menu ii Sept. 22- 26 Monday: Fish Krispies, Black-Eyed Peas, Cream Potatoes, Baking Powder Biscuits, Pudding, Milk. Tuesday: Barbecue Wei- hers, Macaroni and Cheese, Green Beans, Hot Rolls, Fruit Dessert, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, Lettuce, Pickle, French Fries and Catsup, Baked Beans, Milk. Thursday: Tamalie Pie, Pinto Beans, Buttered Rice, Yeast Corn Bread, Apple- sauce, Milk. Friday: Vegetable Soup, Crackers, Pimento Cheese & Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Cake Squares, Milk. 00$h00on's Sportswear 118 N. Beaton Corsicana Mike Mattingly Is Student President Less than one-fifth of the student body elected Mike Mattingly, who ran un- opposed, president of the Student Council Sept. 10. National Honor Society Begins School Year The National Honor Society has begun to re- organize and make plans for the new school year. Officers elected from last year are President Donna Hughes, junior, Vice-Presi- dent Mike Mattingly, senior, Secretary Gall Venable, junior, and Tereasurer Larry Wymore, senior. Other members include seniors Forrest Askew and Cindy Wilson and juniors Tina Green, Sherry Evans, Loraine Herline and Jimmy Crouch. Membership is based on scholarship, leadership, character and service. A stu- dent must maintain an academic average of 90 or above and be a tenth, eleventh or twelth grader. Students are elected into the group by a vote of teachers. There are 13 sophomores eligible for membership this year. They will be voted on this week. Activities planned for the NHS this year include selling student phone directories, operating the concession stand at volleyball games and having a bake sale. Money raised through these projects will be used for scholarships given each year by the NHS. Only 70 students, among some 380 eligible to vote, bothered to cast ballots. Larry Wymore defeated Jimmy Crouch for the office of vice president; Diana Weaks won over Flora Estes in the secretary's race; and Mary Walker won the treasurer's position over Janice Barron. Elections for Student Council members were scheduled to be held this week. ESAA Panel Meets Sept. 15 To Set Plans The ESAA Adult Advisory Committee met Sept. 15, t975, in the Malakoff Junior High School Library at 3:45 for their regular meeting. The Committee discussed the original proposal for the Reading and Math program in the amount of $67,469. How- ever, when funded the school district received $56,341. The reasons for this reduction was discussed. The committee made plans for their meetings for the rest of 1975. They include a visit to the Elementary Reading and Math program on Oct. 8. The November meeting will be a regular : meeting to discuss their views of the current program at the Elementary after their visit. The December meeting will include a visit to the Junior High School Reading and Math Programs. The com- mittee felt they would have a better understanding of the programs after visitation. Adult Classes Held At MHS Adult classes are now being held at Malakoff High School every Monday and Tuesday night from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuition and books are free. Subjects include reading, arithmetic, grammar, science, typing and GED (General FHA Organizes For New Year The Malakoff Future Homemakers of America chapter organized for the new year on Sept. 11. Officers are Gall Venable, president; Janice Barron, Janet Jackson, Sherry Evans, Reba Harris, Gay Venable and Flora Estes, vice-presi- dents; Katrina Tarver, secre- tary; Johnny Phinny, assis- tant secretary; Jackie Givens, treasurer; Annette Jackson, historian; and David Smith, parliamentarian. Sponsors of the 75-76 school year are Mrs. Helen Brewer, Mrs. Faye Lewis and Mrs. Barbara Stone. The FHA and FFA are planning a trip to Dallas to participate in the State Fair of Texas in October. * LUMBER * PAINT * HARDWARE . SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiway 31 East Phone Malakoff 489-0527 Education Development} classes. Students study only subjects they select, and each person advances at his own speed. If a person dropped out of elementary, junior high or high school, he would begin his study at a particular level from which he dropped out. Persons who do not have a high school diploma may study for the GED test. 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