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October 15, 1981

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Hogg & Sons Book Bindery , in:. Springport, Mich. 49284 Returning Lettermen Ready for District 18AAA @ See stories and photos, pages 4 & 5 PRESS Ig81 i' "The HeartbeatO! This Progressive Territory" single copy YEAR, NUMBER 41 Box 509, Malakofl, Texas 75148 4894}531 THURSDAY, OCT. 15. 1981 ? ~;AND STREWN LUMBER, along with uprooted trees and other damage, was the result of a Tuesday mernl~ Lake area. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavail) ~' was reported in Lakeview Acres - roofsNational Weather areas of Henderson were torn off buildings; and in Servicer sport Tuesday morning, SouthwoodShores-aportablehuilding A tornado developed between on a corner was moved about three Mabenk and Kemp at about10: lS a.m., house-lengths down the road. She said it said Dave Galvin, meteorologist at the trees were tern was reported that this building ap- Fort WorthNWSoffice. Gun Barrel ~'" ty peared to have rolled over and landed "We received a damage report from just called and upright. Kerens and eastern Navarro County," near the Western Galvin said. "It looks like it moved ! 90. Trees were blown Ms. Perkins added that reports came north from Kerens and eastern In from the Mabenk area that the sewer Navarro County to central Cedar Creek also said that damage plant and rodeo arena there were hit. reservoir, about 40 miles west of @ @ ROUNSAVALL sophomore; and Karol Sanford, fresh- the Trinidad High School man. of 1931, 1941, 1951, Princesses will be escorted by mem- be honored guests this bers of the Trinidad Trojan football annual Homecoming team and will enter the field to music provided by the Trojan Band. will be honored at Following the game, which begins at -Mildred foot- 7:30 p.m., a coffee for all exes will be held in the,school cafeteria. The coffee will begin will provide time for old friends to visit with the traditionaland reminisce about their high school field beginning at days. Saturday will also be filled, with ac- activities will begin at 7 tivity beginning with a Chamber of Field where Miss Commerce sponsored bake sale begin- Will be crowned. Prin- ningatS:30a.m, in front of Barksdale's the four high schoolFood Store. At 11 a.m. senior class Michelle Fugate members will begin serving a chili din- seniors; Jennifer nor in the high school cafeteria. Advan- Penny Johnston, ce tickets for the dinner will be $2.50 and at the door will be $2.75. At 2 p.m. the annual homecoming parade will begin its trek through the downtown area. Sunday members and former mem- bers of the First United Methodist Church will have their annual homecoming service with the Rev. Buford Finley, ~former pastor, preaching. A covered dish lunchc~on will he served and everyone is invited to at- tend. Members of the honored classes in- clude, from the class of 1931: two mem- bers, both deceased, Reed Schnoor and Lena Maud Smalling Rusk. 1941: Harden Airheart, Trinidad; Wanda Chiles McNeil, Panama; Doris Cox Sherman, Waco; Thirlo Dann, Malakoff; Vernon Dunn, Ft. Worth; i!ii~ ii i at Trinidad High School include (front row I-r) Carol Sanford, freshman, and Jo Dell Colvln, Johnston, sophomore, Jennifer Chandler, Junior, and MIcheUe Fugate, senior. Miss Trojan will be (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) HENDERIK}N COUNTY POLICE officers were en hand Tuesday morning to survey damages left by a down south of Kerens and in the Cedar Creek Lake area. (Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavali) tornado that touche(I Athens. "From there it headed toward Mabenk and Kemp, toward Kaufman County." Galvin added that a patrol unit from the Dallas Department of Public Safety was in the area. Eyewitnesses tell of slghUags John Earl Harrison of Tool was driving with Iris wife, Lee, on Hwy 85 east in the Gun Barrel CRy area. "We Just crossed the bridge over the lake, and were heading toward 175," Harrison said. "We saw a fine, spindly tornado. It looked like it touched the ground, but it went back up again within one to two minutes. "We looked northeast of Gun Barrel City Hall and saw a good one. I told my wife, 'Let's get out here.' Two police cars passed me with lights flashing and sirens going. The siren was going at See TORNADO, page 10 Phyllis Gould Johnson, Terrell; Sam J. Griffin, Charlotte, North Carolina; Charlie Hartwell, Hillsboro; Billie Haynes Hearn, Malakoff; Christine Johnston Nolan, Trinidad; Dennis W. Jones, Salem, Oregon; Anita Osburn Smyth, Trinidad; Billie Phares Schacher, Tyler; Annelle Poston Jones, Cedar Park; Anabel Rhodes Harden, Athens; J.T. Smalling, Corpus Christi; Ellen Smith Hale, Pasadena; Frances Taaffe Rittman, El Paso; Dorothy Taylor White, Lewisville; Joyce Tolbert Anderson, deceased; J.T. Trotman, Garland; Dr. Jack Wolf, Arlington; Demetria Wright McPher- son, deceased; Lillian Yates Mitchum, Harlem, Georgia. 1951: Wade Arbuckle, Seagoville; Margaret Arnett, Dallas; Jack Bayless, Houston; Jesslyn Bramiett Warren, Trinidad; Helen Gilliam Bostick, Booneville, Mississippi; Virginia Gould Martin, deceased; Ballow Hines, Austin; Virginia Jackson (Doll) Marmichell, Mineola; Ester Ruth Jock Abbe, Trinidad; H.L. McGee, Tyler; Eisa Delores Wade Yates, Conroe; W.L. McGee, deceased; Glenn Warren, Trinidad: Marvin Parks, Chesapeake, Virginia; Alvin Vaughn, deceased; Delores Ann Yates Dunacnsky, Chandler. 1961: Laura Airheart Smiley, Tyler; Shirley Berry Bevel, Carthage; Mickey Ideus, Tyler; Bud Joek, Chandler; Susie Jackson Stanfield, Trinidad; Larry Don Estesl Trinidad; Larry Story, Ft. Worth; Ruby Tompson Crocker, Trinidad; Kay Gaston Carter, Henderson; Patsy Bostick Evans, Cleveland, Mississippi. 1971: Carrolyn Freeman Tucker, Cedar City, Utah; Brenda Chandler Bankston, Winfield; Gary Haley, En- nis; Wyle McClintock, Seven Points; Tommy Collins, Mt. Pleasant; Joe Mat- chum, Tyler; Roy Stanfield, Trinidad; Wayne Patterson, Trinidad; Tim Poweli, Tyler; Joe Surber, deceased; Dtanne Surher Reeve, Duncanville. Guy M. Jones of San Antonio is the oldest person who graduated from Trinidad old school building in 1916, Lillian Yates Mitchum of Harlem, .Georgia graduated in 1941 and her son, itehum was a 1971. HELP! ! ! ! ! Members of the Malakoff Band will team up Saturday, Ocb. 17, to wash all the dirty vehicles in the area. We ask your support in helping these students raise money for the Band, For $2 you get your car clean plus the satisfaction of helping the Band. All proceeds will he used for Band activities and expenses. If your car is already clean - the organization will accept donations. Location *. Malakoff High School Time - 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. MEETINGS Malakoff School trustees will meet in regular session Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the board room. Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet Monday, Oct. 19, for a training session at the fire station. Malakoff Rotarians will meet Tuesday, Oct. 20, at noon at the Harbor House Restaurant. Malakoff Dad's Club will meet Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the Club's facilities for their regular meeting. The I. O. O. F. will meet Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a bake sale Saturday, Oct. 17, in front of Barksdale's Food Mart beginning at 8:30 a.m. All proceeds will go toward the purchase of furniture for the doctor's office. Anyone who wishes to bring a baked item or make a donation will he welcome to do so. RAINFALL REPORT Bro. E. P. Allen reported a total of 3.32 inches of rainfall for Malakoff last week. Total for the year through Oct. 9 is 47.10 inches. The largest amounts of rainfall fell in May and June. MASONIC MEETING SCHEDULED Members of Malakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 will have a called meeting family night Saturday, Oct. 17, at 6:30 p.m. to present 25-year award~ to a number of their members. Also on the agenda will be honoring Past Master's, ~0-year Members, Life Members, Past Matrons and Past Patrons~of Chapter 1012, order of the Eastern Star. Fellowship will begin with a plate of food following a short program. ONE-DAY ART SALE FRIDAY A one-day art sale will he held by members of the Malakoff Art Society Frid~y~/ Oct. 16, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Weather permitting, the location will he on the grounds between tile Malakoff Library and Citize~ State Bank. Other paintings, currently displayed in the Malakoff Library room, may be purchased only by contacting the artist personally inasmuch as no sales will be conducted in the Library room. BOOSTER CLUB TO ATTEND DRUG RALLY The Malakoff Booster Club will not meet for their regular Tuesday meeting on Oct. 20. Instead, all members of the club, other parents and also Malakoff studen- ts and athletes are invited to attend a drng rally to be held TueSday, Oct, 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mathes Room of the Holiday Inn in Athens. It will be a rally to in, form parents of the seriousness of the drug problem in Athens and Henderson County. Anyone needing a ride or those who plan to gO are asked to meet at the west parking lot of Malakoff High School at 7 p.m. Everyone is urged to attend the meeting. LODGE MEETING SET Malakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 will hold an open meet!ng Saturday, October = 17th at 6:30 p.m. in conjunction with the Mason,| 0mine ' Year of the Family." Refreshments will be served. Awards will be glven/to Past Matrons and Past Patrons, Past Masters and 25 yearmemberahip awards will be made also. Deadline for news items, classified ads and display advertising for the Thursday publication data of the Malatmff News ~s 4 p.m. the preceedinll Monday. For further information contact the News office It 489-053]...i ~, i , ,i .... .,, ,.,.... , ,i i~