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ian Antley Was Cook 21 Years you often wonder why .'choose to do the things would someone 21 meritorious years in to later become a custodian? Frank t did! Antley, affectionately to as Frank or Chief, school much as he kitchen on the ship. referred to as decks 1:00 is 1300 hours. skill that Frank in the Navy, and well, was cooking. he practices quite often meals for many activities. Two of his are decorating , such as cakes, turkeys, along with pre o a variety of tasteful school custodian. Frank said that he has had many chances for other jobs but none were what he wanted. When asked why he chose custodial work he simply replied, "I became a custodian at Trinidad School almost four years ago. I enjoy the variety of the duties that go with the job and there's never a dull moment!" I guess you could say that Frank is one sailor enjoying the better things in life. Is School A Dirty Word? School. What a dirty Spain, Italy, China, Kong, the island of other foreign ports. I going to those places, he bound to cross the sooner or later and in !You've never heard of the initiation for this, it to be quite an exper- First they shaved head and made him 0n his hands and knees to be paddled with a As if this wasn't bad they made him kiss a ailor's belly that was with rotten egg. An very similar occured made Chief. They all his food together in trough and made him face int it and eat as word! Now isn't that just about cooking was a what you're likely to recieve if for Frank, his you ask any young kid about took him to Pearl school? I know that it's just many funny came Frank's he did face the realities serious Navy life. Served on 17 ships; the time, four and a half ga CVA having such an ex- life of ships and initia- it makes you stop and how or why someone decide to become a one of the remarks that I sometimes hear when I ask. Maybe we're not asking the right ones. I've found that usually it's the same people that are in the same position, and that's seniors. I know. I'm a senior. I mean sure, I used to say, "School! What are you trying to do, make me sick?" But not any longer. I've found out that as you grow older you somehow grow to respect it and appreciate it. I don't know how it does it or why this comes about, but it, does. All of a sudden it hit me. "Maybe school isn't that bad after all. I'm supposed to be getting educated if I can stay awake long enough and that's just bound to help me get a job." So maybe school isn't so bad after all. But I'll assure you of one point; I'm one senior who if asked what I think about school will politely reply, "Well, I guess it's all right. I mean after all I only have 165 days left and that's just absolutely fantastic! Subscription Offer On Page 9 CATALOG SALE AGENCY Open Monday- Saturday 9:00 till 5:30 417 South Palestine 675-5664 Athens Satislaction Guarenteed In times of sorrow and great loss, words can never be found to really comfort those who grieve. However, deeds are often done such as the sending of food, flowers, kind and loving gestures, and just the act of being there and offering prayers and assistance that somehow help us through these trying times. It is to these, at this time that we try to find words of gratitude for these deeds, but just as words of sympathy seem so futile, so do words of thanks. But please let us take this means of telling you that we do not only say "Thank You" -- but "We Love You" for each and everything done during our days of loss and bereavment. Our prayer for you is that when your time comes to stand where we stood that God in His mercy will give special comfort and that He will remember as we do your gracious expressions of love. The family of Sallie "Aunt Sal" Simons NOTICE FANCYS -- Senior Chief Petty Officer Antley enjoying one of the many elaborate meals he prepared as part of ENJOYS - This may not be his life in the Navy. Navy style, but Frank is Ubraff Expands enjoying it anyway! FHA Group Initiates Its New Members Thursday Sept. 4 launched a day of excitement and adventure for the High school. The new F.H.A. mem- bers were asked to come ear!let that morning so the sophomores could dress them appropriately for the big day of initiation. At 8 a.m. the initiation ceremony started with singing a variety of songs in the school court yard. All day the new members were forced to c/awl down the halls on their knees, scream the phrase Seniors are great, and tell many faculty mem- bers that they have a deep and abiding love for them. In the afternoon the auditorium filled with Trinidad students from all classes and the younger classes chanted while the new members were blind- folded and forced to walk into chairs and to jump a waist- high rope that actualy was not there. They were tricked into eating lemon slices while thinking they were straw- berries. In order to make the new members official F.H.A. members, the juniors and seniors arranged a frightful night of excitement with Lizzie Borden and Mary Weatherby in the Home Economics Cottage. After the excitement of the night inHtiation was over the F.H.A. members were served punch and cookies. There were a few who lost their appetite and didn't eat the cookies or drink the punch; however everyone was able to go home except for the new members who had to clean the homemaking cottage. After the excitement and all of the hard work the freshman girls went through the F.H.A. is proud to except these new members. We hope they have just as much fun initiating the new members of 1976-77. Would You Agree? Leap INITIATION -- Carrie Ganis takes a short desperate leap to jump the "rope that wasn't there" during FHA initiation. CHEERLEADERS -- Mary [right] Head Cheerleader are Lovelady [left], Michele doing an excellent job sup- Morris [above], Vivian Reever porting our athletic teams. [center], and DeAnna Davis ACT Test Schedule Given Sept. 18, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 5 !: ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: ::f-:::  if.i tl. " !:!i iii "c i!i :::::::.:+.::..........:.............................................! Martin Tupper once said. "A good book is the best of friends - the same today and forever" and I'm sure the elementary students agree. The library has begun expan- sion by adding the Caldecott and Newberry award books and is adding books in other areas, too. The library will be open everyday from eight o'clock to three-twenty in the afternoon. There are aides there to help the students. If no aides are present, the students should see Mrs. Ashlock for help. Each student now has a specific day and time to visit the library. Remember: It is a quiet place for thinking, reading, and looking. Watch the bulletin board so you will know which books are new! What Kisses Will Do To You I climbed up the door And I shut the stairs I said my shoes And I took off my prayers I turned off the  And climbed into my light All because you kissed me good night! Contributed by a Trojan's Sweetheart Band Officers On September 9 the Trojan ,Band elected officers for 1975-76 season. The election was limited to grade 9-12, and majorettes could not be elected. The new Trojan Band president is Robin Smalling, a senior. The new vice-president and treasurer is Kathy Bryan, also a senior. The new re- porter is Sheri Elsom, a frashman. ......... Junior High Loses Trinidad's Junior High Trojans went to Oakwood Thursday night. The Trojans were outweighed by the Oakwood Panthers. The out- standing player for the Tro- jans was Rickey Monroe. He intercepted a pass and had the offense going on every down but the Panthers were to speedy and too big for the Stu0ents at Trinidad who ACT Assessment Program. offensive line of the Trojans. are planning to go on to The dates (with registration The final score was 46-0. school after graduation will periods in parenthesis) are: have five opportunities to Oct. 18, 1975 (Aug. 18- Yearbook Seminar take the Test Section of the Sept. 22); Dec. 13, 1975 (Oct. A sponsor and three stu- ACT Assessment Program 20- Nov. 17); Feb. 14, 1976 dents of the Trinidad Jour- during the 1975-76 school (Dec. 15-Jan. 19); April 10, nalism Class journeyed to year. 1976 (Feb. 16 - March 15); Mount Pleasant Saturday for The first of five national June 12, 1976 (April 12 - May a yearbook seminar. Taylor Don't talk so much. You test dates on which the Act 17). Publishing Company hosted keep putting your foot in your mouth. Be sensible and turn off the flow. Living Bible Proverbs 10:19 In life, as in driving, there is nothing wrong with wanting to get ahead, but it's not considered good form to blow your horn while passing. National Motorist As for me, all I know is that I know nothing. Socrates MABANK PACKING PLANT INC., Assessment tests will be :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: offered is Saturday morning, i! i T id d Oct. 18. Students planning to rin a take the exam on that date iil i!ii must have registered by Sept... School Menu 22, it was announced by Mrs. ':': :':': Nelda Germany. Announced also was the complete chedule of 1975-76 national test dates for the Junior High Schedule 1975 Trinidad Junior High Football Schedule Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Sept. 23- 26 Tuesday: Beef and Macaroni Scramble, Green Beans, Fruit Salad, Hot Rolls and Butter, Milk. Wednesday: Western Burger, French Fries, Salad Tidbits, Cup Cakes, Milk. Thursday: Fiesta Frank- Oakwood-T furters, Macaroni & Cheese, Scurry-H English Pea Salad, Dessert, Mildred-H Bread, Milk. Oakwood-H Friday: Fish Sticks with Mildred-T Tartar Sauce, French Fries, Scurry-T Patio Salad. Dessert. Bread, Wortham-H Milk. CLAIR'S SEWING SHOPPE Has Moved tO a New Location on Hwy. 31 East Malakoff Entire Stock On Sale the program which started at 9:00 a.m. and ended at 2:30 p.m. Refreshments and lunch were served at the meeting. Is Now Open And Doing Custom Butchering. Also We wm Be Selling Sides Of Creep Feed Calves And Grain Fed Beef PLEASE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 887-0071 W.L. Eikins, Manager 129 N. TERRY MALAKOFF TEXAS Phone 489-1909 Prescriptions Filled 8:30a.m. to 6p.m. daily Medimet Welfare Prescriptions Welcome SlO9 I MAALOX Suspension 12 oz. METAMUCIL 14 oz. s219 Neo-Synephrine NASAL SP % lO0's $119 500mg 100's 99' NF) O0'T FO6,ET ! E HV5