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October 1, 1971 -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- Page Three HCJC REPORT i by DR. T. M. HARVEY which only they can make. President Henderson County This was brought home to me Junior College recently in a conversation with When a boy or girl enters col- a mother and father who were hge, he or she enters life. They heart-broke because their son Will be faced with decisions was accused of being involved INFANT GIFT DEFT. Infant Dresses .... 1.00 Shoes .. 1.00 to 1.59 Feeding Sets ............................ 3.00 Comb and Brush Sets .............. 1.00 &amp; 1.98 Diaper Sets .... i.98 Gowns .... 1.19 & 1.79 Set Receiving Blankets .. 1.49 Blankets 2.98 Sleeper Sets and Gowns .......... 2.50 to 3.25 SMITH DRUG & VARIETY Malakoff -- Phone 489-1220 Build these garden projects in your spare time-inexpensively w., SALUTE ,., I With SAKRETE Mixes-Concrete, Sand and Mortar-you can have beauty that i'ich-looking projects like these can bring to your outdoor living area inexpensively-for you can build them yourself. SAKRETE products are fun and easy to use. High Strength . . . No / Waste... No Measuring. The correct mix is in the bag. Just add water. FREE ,oo00 00oo, o, oo, SAKRETE booklet of building and repair projects s2]o Per Sack McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 Hwy. 31 East Phone 489-0527 Malakoff, Texas with marijuana. The mother's statement went something like this: "My so was uced drugs at your school. Many other students at your school use drugs." To these parents and all oth- ers I would say that R is true that marijuana, at least, has become rather cormnor@lace. However, R is a felony to use it or have it in yo possession. Stealing and other crime has also become commonplace, but we do not condone it. I would also point to the major responsibility you have, as a parent, to your son and daugh- ter. The Bible stresses that if you raise a child properly, he will not depart from your teach- ings when he is older. I believe sincerely in this advice. When your child leaves home to attend Henderson County Junior College or any other col- lege, he will be offered temta- tions greater than any ever of. feted before. There wil be stu- dents who drink, swear drive recklessly, use marijuana and maybe even harder drugs. We catch those we can, as they violate the rules, but some are too craRy for us. There have always been and always will be those who get by with flaunt- ing the rules. If you want your child to be prepared for what is ahead of him in college, or in life, may I make a few simple sugges- tions ? There is nothing new in what I offer but there is nothing new in the proper way to rear a child, either. 1. When e child is young, make him mind. Show love, but firmness in having him carry out your wishes. 9.. Give the y<mngster some chores for which he is re- ponsible. He shou keep his room clean, mow the yard, take out. the trash or per- form other duties. R should be a regular duty involving responsibiUty which he should accept. 3. Set the right example be- fore him. Teling hint R is not right to drink and then loading the honae refriger- ator with beer and cocktails b not very effective. An ex- ample from mother or dad is the strov@est recommen- dation I know. 4. Spend some time with that son or daughter. Go with him to a ballgame. Take an interest in her projects. Find a way to show your interest in their aetivitim. 5. Take your children to Church and Sunday School. And, you'll notice I said "take" and not "send". J. Edgar Hoover says that men and women who attend- eel Church and Sy School as yotmgsters do not get into trouble as adults. I would paraphrase by soy- ing that they also make bet- ter citizens and students at college. 6. Last, but not least, confidence in that youngster when he leaves to go to col- P NATURAL LOVELY COLOR 5", 7" ONLY PORTRAIT No Other Charges Select from Finished Piq Your Selection of Poses All Ages One Otfer per Family (,roups-$1.00 each additional subject Reprints up to 16" x 20" Available 4 DAYS ONLY Dates: Sept. 29, 30 - Oct. 1, 2 Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED KOFF FOOD CENTER lege. Tell him that you know he will have these tempta- tions, but assert that you have faith and trust in him. If you have followed the simple rules otalined above, I think you wil be able to show that faith and trust in all sincerity. Pastor Honored The members of the United Methodist Church honored their pastor and wife with a surprise pounding following the closing night of the Revival last Thurs- day night. Rev. and Mrs. Hansel Sprig- field found a table laden with sacks of groceries when they entered the Fellowship Hall for a fellowship gatherirg. Refreshments of cookies, cog fee, and punch were served by the Bible Study Class. Joyce Honored Friends of Mrs. Joyce Faulk gathered at the Jim Bhkeney home on Saturday night to honor Mrs. Faulk with a birth- day party. She received many lovely gifts, one of which was a full-length door mirror. Those present for the pm'ty were the J. A. McLain's the Gordon Stogner's, the E. C. Bridges', the Jim Blakeney's, and Mr. Faulk. Trojans Win When Coach Jim FiLes' Tro- jam took the field Satttrday night before what was called the largest Homecoming crowd in mm,q years, they  to win, and win they did, with a final score d 58-26. Billy Ray HorBbuclde, soph- omore speedster, opened the scoring for the Trojans with a 44 yard run. He wam't nearly throu for the night, scoring three more TD's, converting for three extra points, and rushing for a total 256 yards. Coach Fike's team is becom- ing noted for the speed, and Mike Hart did his part msid for 219 yards and scori 2 TITs. Dirk Steele  106 yards and brought in tee Trojan touchdown. Trinidad had a total of 12 first downs compm to Salado's 9. The next game will be Octo- ber 8 in Morgan. The Trojan's now have a 2-1 record for the season. District play will begin Oct. 14 at Wilford. Elementary School Principal ari Mrs. Don Gordon Iroud]y the arrival of their first child -- an 8 lb., 9 oz. boy born ,Vednesday v.ight, September 22, at the Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler. They have named him "Gary Don" and report that mother and son are both doing fine. Materal grand ave Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Smith of Sterllnten, Louisiana. Pator- nal grandmother is Mrs. Tom Hubbard d Athens. Lundy Party Tuesday was birthday day for Allen Ray Lundy, who cele- brated his sixth bhxiay with a party at his home from 2:30 until 3:30 p.m. Hosts for the celebration were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lundy. He had a birthday cake topped with railroad tracks complete with a traveling locomotive. Punch and cake were served to the guests after the candle blow- ing was completed. Fa,,nm's of watches, toys and games were given to each party-goer. Those attending wece Allen Ray's sister, Angella, Todd Weaver, Paul Wil, Kristy, Kasey, and Mrs. Mickey Jones, Amy, Chad and Mrs. Bobby Rotmsavall, Tamra, Taya and Mrs. Larry Estes. I I I Tools Auto Pads Acessories DuMMy AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 VALVE GRINDING SERVICE I ] I . ]] ][]] ] Tigers 8, Kerens 21 by RITA CURINGTON max a drive which began There was more lightning at the football game Friday rdght than just in the thmgiers as Keens' Kenneth Ponder struck for three touchdow to lead the Bobcats to a 21-8 vic- tory over the Malakoff Tigers. Kerens took the opening kick- off and marched 61 yards to score first. Ponder took the hand-off to score from the three with 8:51 left in the first quar- ter. Bobby Bain added the PAT. It looked for a while like Ma- lakoff might make a game of it as they took just three plays to score, including a brilliant 56 yard gallop by Paul Green. Green also ran the final 13 yard for the  with 8:07 left in the first quarter. Jessie Green scored a 2 point con- version on a QB keeper. The Bobcats' second touef down came with 5:51 left in the first half when Ponder sced from the four yard line to cli- max a 61 yard drive. The try for two points fell short. The second half of the game was played in a driving rain- storm, and neither team could manage a sustained drive .in the third quarter. Kerem' final score of the night came with 11:21 left in the game. Ken- neth Ponder again scored, this time rom a foot ott, to cli- PTA Film Mrs. Jan Robertson, chairman of the program committee of the local P.T.A., has mmmmced that the P.T.A. will meet next Monday night, October 4, at 7:30 p.m. at the Elementary Cafeteria. The program for the evening will consist of an educatkmal film entitled, "Why Billy Couldn't Learn," which deals with children with learning dis- the Bobcats' own 48. Carl Y- brough tacked a the final z ,points. CEDAR CREEK RIDING CLUB by OLIN DUKES The Cedar Creek Riding Club will spomor a Trail Ride, Bar- becue Supper, and Dance on October 2, 1971. Anyone who wants to ride may do so. We will start out from the arena north of Mal- akoff at 8:00 a.m., ride until noon, eat a. sack lunch, and ride back to the arena and get ready for supper. Bring your sack lunch and water for the ride. The dance will start at 8:00 p.m. on the parking lot of The Malakoff Food Center. Come One, Come All -- Sup- per will cost non-members $1.65 with drinks. FRICAT-SATURDAY OCT. 1-2 2-BIG SHOWS-2 "TOG-MONSTER FROM SPAOE" -PLUS- ).ou-: STARTS SUNDAY CANDICE BERGEN "HUNTING PARTY" RATED (R) i ii MATINEE SAT.-SUN. ALL SEATS 75' FRI,-SAT,-SUN, OCT. I-3 "TNE NARD RIDE" WINTER POLIOY OPEN ONLY FRI.-SAT.-SUN.; , i abilities. Following the film, Mrs. An- nette Pulley, a representative from the Child Analysis Divis- ion of the Region VII Cente in Kilgore, will speak and answer questions. Everyone is urged to attend this meetir and take an in- terest in your schooL Register today! Boys between 8 and 13 DAY IS oct ,0:00 ,. 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From $8 1971 vinyl With other coordinating water repellent coats from $19.95 LADLES *t.@ Fashion Boots Complete your Fall shoe wardrobe with a pair of knee boots from Kirby's---$7,$ Panty Hose Fashion Cuddle Boots (Short Top) From $11 In Black, White, Or Red Ask About Our Convenient Fall Layaway Plan * Proportioned to tit Full Range of Shedos and Sizes 119 DEPARTMENT STONE. MAUKOFF