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e 6MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 14, 1976 I i I 60 YEARS--The children of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Stephens request the presence of all their friends and relatives t an open house honoring th parents on their 60th wedding anni- versary Sunday Oct, 24th at the home of their daughter, Q 4 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Arthus at the Rev. John Morris's home in China Grove. They have three children, Harvey Stephens, Oneta Gillespie of Dequeen, Ark. and Laquita Arthus, 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. iiiiP ill Elementary School Honor Roll olice Report ii! !!: ' Only those pupils who cent. Parents andpupilsare man. Officer Bill Clark arrested a man on Oct. 18 for disorderly conduct after investigating a family disturbance. He was taken to County Jail. On Oct. 17, Clark stopped a Malakoff man for making an improper turn and took him into custody for making thO illegal turn and for having no drivers license ..... On Oct. 16, Clark stopped a vehicle for speeding on Highway 90 North, and charged the driver with being drunk in a vehicle. Oct. 17, Clark stopped a vehicle for a muffler viola- tion and charged the driver for having no drivers license and with having a defective muffler system. Junior High Honor Roll Released The first six weeks A & B Seventh Grade-Angle Morris, Jessica Mullins, Lisa honor role has been released Allen, Mary Armstrong, Ed- Newland, Don Norwood, by junior high principal ith Atkins, Belinda Boykin, Billy Whitely, Millissa Wil- Charles Wood. The following Rusty Grubbs, Jerry John- son and Susan Winton. students made all A's: son, Leah Kiesling, Kathy Masons Plan New Home,To Sell Old Hall vertised for sealed bids for the sale of the present two-story Masonic structure in the 100 block of Terry Street. The building houses, in addition to the lodge, Smith's Pharmacy. Eight Orade-Kathie Phin- ney, and Kimberly Tarking- ton. Seventh Grade-Rada Cow- an, Kyle Kilman, Traci New- man, Kathy Tarkington and Lisa Weaks. The following students did not have a grade below 80: Eight Grade-John Atkins, Angela Butch, Francine Henson, Michele Holyfield, Curtis lvey, Teresa Jones, Richard Jordan, Donna Kiloian, Gene Perry, Kelly Rainwater, Julie Sneed and Members of Malakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 are making plans to construct a 40x110 foot ground-floor building in the near future, according to Senior Warden J.P.Stephens0n. The lodge purchased this year a lot at the intersection of Jackson and Martin Streets, across from the old elementary school. The membership hopes to start construction on a new fac- ility by year's end. W.A. Bass is worshipful master of the lodge. Leo Kinabrew is secretary. Mari-m Vensbi. The lodge this wk ad- 24 Hour Wrecker Service ;SALE AGENCY MEAT PALACE Tires and Tubes Repair Service basis as Malakoff's City Council did. Barber & Associates agreed to make Malakoff's application for no more than 5,000, upon commitment by the coluncil to use their architectural services if the grant is approved. If the grant is not approved, Barber will not charge the city. Asked whether the old school renovation might in- clude the district's adminis- trative offices, Murray said that the space would be needed for classrooms if growth of the district con- tinues. Among other actions taken during Monday night's regular m(ting was a decision to accept late renditions of property for disabled veterans exemp- tions, but to try to get the property exemption render- ed in the spring when other property is rendered for taxes. Supt. Murray outlined Avanti To Audition The Avanti Society will be holding auditions for the society's production of "Barefoot in the Park" Thursday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Mabank Elementary Auditorium. Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor E, Mitcham P_f 489-1292 110 lw,"V B EXXON MARK FIFTIETH-Mr. and Mrs. Olie Cantrell, formerly of Malakoff, will be honored on their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, Oct. 31, from 2 to 5 p.m. with a come and go party at their home, 205 N.E. 29th St., Grand Prairie. The party is being given by their children GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomas on their 50th wedding anniver- sary between I and 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, at their SCHOOLS from page one plans for new requirements by the State Board of Education for establishing a system for accreditation of schools. Under the terms of House Bill 1126, future participation in the state Foundation School Program will be limited to school districts which are ac- credited. In the past, accreditation has been desirable, but not absolutely required. He said the teachers and administrative staff is work- ing on goals for its school district, which is required to have "development and adoption by the district of a five-year plan for strength- ening its educational pro- gram and improving student development results." Supt. Murray said that teachers have already started curriculum studies, and that the district would have a "short day" on Wednesday, Oct. 27, to work: On the curriculum study. Children will be released at 2:30 p.m., and buses will run early on that date, Murray said. Murray said that with a set of goals, the district could cope more easily with teacher turnover, because the program is outlined at each level. PHYSICIANS & PHARMACISTS WORK TOGETHER Toda)"s medicines have hecome  er) complicated. [)()sage forms, adverse reaetion, chemical make-up, interaction with other drugs and man) other factors make it absolutely necessar) to continually study up on not oni the ne drugs hut man) of the older ones as well. We often consult with ph)siciam, lu make certain we will always he giving .ou the exact medicines the)' want you to have. And, physician' often refer to us when they need more inh)rmalion about a new product. Donald Cantrell, Grand Prairie; Edward Cantrell, Arlington; Gloria Haney, Grand Prairie; Peggy Brown Grand Prairie; Nathan Can- trell, Grand Prairie; and Bett Ray, Oklahoma City. The couple is also being honored by their 12 grand- children. home, 127 Woodland, Mala- koff. Hosts and hostesses for the occasion are the Thomas children, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Thomas and Mrs. Eugenia Jordan. make the Distinguished Honor Roll are included below. This list is composed of those who made all "A's". Grades 1 and 2 are not included in this list since a good portion of their report- ing is with "S"atisfactory of otherwise. The first six-weeks at- tendance of the 440 Elemen- tary Pupils was 96.18 per cen The fifth grade led with 98.23 per cent and will be rewarded with a coke party soon. The second grade was close behind with 97.51 per Providence WMA Officers Announced New officers for the Wo- men's Missionary Auxiliary of the Providence Baptist Church in Tool are: Teacher, Maxine Schrimshire; Presi- dent, Maurine Loden; First Vice President, Louise McGuire; Second Vice Presi- dent, Frankie Cosart; Treasurer, Ruth Anthony and Reporter, Marcelle Winston. Every lady in the com- munity is welcome to attend the WMA meetings which are held in. the church each Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. ex- cept on the first Tuesday of the month when the ladies meet at 9:30 a.m. for visita- tion. BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH. 489-I15 119 N. Try, Malakoff DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. "OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athens, Tx. II l, m, , CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 urged to consider the impor- tance of attendance. The A Honor Roll in- cludes: Third Grade-Sherry Ad- kins, Mark Calk, Anna Dyess and Erin Gilmour. Fourth Grade-Margaret Costlow, Phillip Dulaney, Becky Harris, Amanda Rogers, Lisa Johnson, Te- resa Webb and Kevin Kil- Fifth Joseph Lonon, ton, LaTesha King, Diana Proffer and Gary ton. Sixth ner, Pam Welbor Palmer, Michelle Shannon Bartmess Holy field, Becky Gawlik. PAS(;HAL Emergency Ambulance We WiN Commuo 1'0 Prairie 24.Hour Service For Our Friends In The Maldloff Trinidad E489-I ADD WARMTH TO YOUR OHRISTMA$ GR ORDER NOW II AND GET 20% Off Order Early And Avoid The Rush --00he 107 W. Main Honoring our Nation's military services VETERAN'S DAY OCTOBER 25th We would like to take this opportunity to honor the many men and women who have served in the Army," Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps. We are proud of them and of the fine tradition of our military services during times of war and peace. "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US with their prescriptiOns, health needs and other pharmacy products, We consider this trmt a privilege and a duty. May we he yoar person! family pharmacy?" Phone 489-1909 00lalakoff PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Marlin Perkins, R.Ph., Owner 129 N. Terry Malakoff "CITIZEN00 STATE BAN You Can Bank On Us 489.O53O