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October 14, 1976

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OFFICERS-Offi- of the Senior Class at High School, elect- include Romaie Brown [not pictured], presi- dent; [from left] Gall Yen- able. vice president; Donna Hughes, secretary, and Rhonda Cox, treasurer. [Staff Photo by Loraine Herline]. i ;i;iii; A !ii : OFFICERS-- High's Junior represented by these officers; Scott Estes, presi- secretary, anctDana Wilson, dent; Rhonda Monk, vice treasurer. [Staff Photo by president; Andra White, Loraine Herline]. t Oct. 14, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 DE Students To Sell Smoked Turkeys By Carl Ashton Distributive Education, as its name signifies, is a program of vocational educa- tion directly related to the field of distribution. The major objectives of distribution education are to develop job skills, with on the job training, provide Menu ii Oct. 18 thru Oct. 22 MONDAY-Fish Squares with Tarter Sauce, Macroni and Cheese, Green Beans, technical knowledge and occupational understanding, improve judgement and increase efficiency of people preparing for employment or who are already employed in  the field of distribution. Birthday There is more to distribu- tive edtication than working. While in class the students Donnell Sumrall was honored with a tenth birth- participate in such things as day party Friday night door to door sellin, bake attended by his brother, sales and other fund raising activities. The money the Nannette Brimer, Ginnie class raises will be used for Brimer, Sean Northern, Lane Speake, Tracey Ed- class dues and other expen- wards, C.P. Benner, Richard sea. The students are now Comer and Margaret Cost- selling smoked turkeys for low. Cake was served after Thanksgiving and Christ- presents were opened. The mas. They will be going boys stayed overnight, and door to door in Malakoff and were served pizza, punch and surrounding areas. pop corn. Peach Slices, Hot Rolls, Butter, and Milk. TUESDAY-Chicken and Dumpllns, English Peas Salad, Glazed Carrots, Jello and Milk. WEDNESDAY-Hambur- ger with Lettuce and Pickle slices, French Fries, Ketch- sup, Ice Cream, and Milk. THURSDAY-Steakettes, Buttered Rice, Brown Gravy Blackeyed Peas, Peach Cob- bier, Hot Rolls, Butter and Milk. FRIDAY-Beef and Vega- table Soup, Crackers, Sand- wiches, Pineapple Cake, and Milk. LUMBER * PAINT HARDWARE * SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiay 31 East Phone Malakoff 489-0527 At KIRBY'S OFFICERS- High's sophomore as their representa- year the following officers [left to right]: Su- zanne mattingly, president; Gay Venable, vice president; Shari Anderson, secretary, and Debbie Cheatham, treas- urer. [Staff Photo by Loraine Herline[. nis Tourney Winners, Losers Kilman, Randy Per- and Dana Wilson were winners in Mala- Rotary Club's Youth Tournament held at the First Bap- tennis court. won the 7th and competition, de- John Atkins for the trophy. outlasted Alan in the ninth and grade competition. beat out Eddie the 11th and 12th division in the day- tourziament. - chairman thanked the First the use of and Cedar Creek for donating balls the tournament. He paid tribute to Jerry who was assistant of the event. Herline. president of the Malakoff Rotary Club, presented the trophies to first and second-place winners. In preliminary contests in the 7th and 8th grade division, John Atkins beat Gaylon Edwards, and Kyle Kilman defeated Jerry John- son and Lisa Henson. In the llth and 12th division preliminaries, Dana Wilson beat Bo Thompson, and Eddie Arthus beat Barry Carson and Jimmy Crouch. Calk told the participants that the Rotary Club is considering sponsoring an- other tournament next spring that would feature both singles and doubles. Saturday's tournaments was a singles event only. Legionnaires To Assemble Legionnaires and Auxil- iary members from the seventh District of the A- merican Legion will assem- ble at Crockett Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16-17, for their annual fall convention, Johnnie Franklin Gail, Com- mander of Post 134, has announced. Registration will begin at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, at Post 134, where all events will take place. The social hour will be from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. and the dance will start at 9 p.m. On Sunday, registration will be from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. The joint session will be called to order by seventh District Commander James C. Moreau of Porter at 9:45 a.m. Lunch will be at 12:15 v.m. at Post 134. Chest Freezer 15.3 cu. ft. F153C-1 SPECIAL S269  Phi!lips Applmnce FRESHMEN OFFICERS-- Freshmen class officers were elected at Malakoff High School several weeks ago. Officers are from bottom to top, President, Karl Hayes, Vice President, Jeff Sneed; Secretary, Joan Jackson; and Tresurer, Tammy Glasgow. [Staff photo by Loraine Herline] Band Club Making Plans For Carnival Malakoff Band Club met last Tuesday, Oct. 5 to make plans for the Halloween Carnival to be held Saturday Oct. 30, from 3 to 9 p.m. Band members and band Carter Leaders Are Announced Jimmy Carter campaign leadership posts in Hender- son County were announced today through the Democra- tic nominee's State head- quarters. Terry Spurlock and Bill Kugle were named to co- chair the Carter presidential effort, according to Chuck Parrish, Texas Carter Coor- dinator. parents will be selling tickets for a drawing to be held on Carnival night. Among the items to be given away are a $50 gift certificate from Kirby's, a $50 gift certificate from DonneUs, a bicycle from Cedar creek General and a crocheted afghan from mothers and grandmothers of the Band Club. Tickets are $1 each. Also to be given away is a large stuffed Tiger. Tickets on the Tiger are 50 cents each. The band club learned that the Tiger Band will participate in East Texas Day at the State Fair Oct. 18, and will also enter a marching contest in Pale- stine on Oct. 23. 24 Hour Wrecker Service Auto Repair Service Tires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor II0 E. Mitcham=,... Co 4:9-1292 EXXON ! ....... 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