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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 17, 1983 EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first pany of Noxapater, Miss. with Colonel article in a two-part series previewing Ike Hamilton of West Monroe, La. the first annual Athens Texas Select handling the auctlonserchore , Horse Sale to be held at the Henderson Emlson has been producing horse County Fairgrounds Saturday, June 4. sales for more than 10 years and is also By FRANK SOPUCH in the cutting horse business. I-lan ton Promoters of the first annual Athens has been calling for bids more than 30 Texas Select Horse Sale are hoping to years on the professional sale circuit change Athens from the Black-Eyed and during that time, according to local Pea Capital to the horse capital of the horseman Del Stay,h. has probably sold world on Saturday, June 4, when 96 more dollars worth of horseflesh than registered equines will be auctioned anyone else in the buslness. away at the county fairgrounds. Smyth, a retlr Air Force colonel, is Nationwide publicity will begin in a former member of the Henderson earnest next month for the sale, which County Horse Subcommittee which has been in the planning for more than conceived the idea of a local sale to a year. provide area horse producers with a The event will be professionally convenient market while promoting the Ben Emison Sales Com- J|m(mLS~|nllW SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE Jms add in John 14:6, '9 am the wr/, the truth and the IHe, no men comth to the Father, but by ms." He also slid, "Except a mn he born |pin, he cannot m the kin|dora of God," John 3:3. And in mm S, he Mid, "Except a mn he born of th9 wate~ and of the Spirit, ha cannot 9ntgr the kin|dora of God." We am ton by that this dins not mean water here at 911. We understand it to mean execU/ whet the Lord sold. Why daes He say further, "He that beligmth and is baptized, shah be saved; but he that bulieveth not shall be damned? We know that if one dogs not helim h9 is ahsody damned. Jo. 3:18. We know the bible sl),s that faith enly will net justify, Jamu 2:24, neither will baptism en~ justin, but when one filth enough thet it leads him or her to obey, then this is the faith ~ W9 9r9 born anew, burn of the water and of th9 Spirit. Come worship with us at the Malakoff church of Christ Dible Study 9:30 5.m. MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST 419 N. Martin Worship 10:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Sundays Malakoff FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0506 OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoft FEED BOX Hem lunch with us after Church this Sunday it Michael's Cove 451-2331 CONTINENTAL SAVINGS 489.1957 InterFirst Bank Malakoff CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME W. IIwall Blvd. 489-170! Utnqme & Staff Sunday Exodus 20 1.17 Monday Matthew 5:1.12 Tuesday Matthew 5'77.37 Wednesaay Matthow 7"1.12 Thursoay Luke I0.'25.37 Friday Proverbs 3:1-35 Saturday Romans 13:1-74 McKEE LUMBER CO. E. Rofail Blvd. 4894)527 Gene Dew/, Mgnei~ MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER 125 N. Torqf Vivlefl Jo~ JIM DA I ELECTRIC Malakoff 489-0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr, and Mrs, Jerry Garrison DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY 'Pleasmi You Pleases Us" 611 HighwayS1 Fuult 489.1533 MT, and Mrs. Bud Dutaney MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST kms I. Strinpr, Mtnist~ Bible Study ..................... 9:30 u,m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:~ e.m. Sunday Evening Worship ....... 9:00 p.m, Wednesday ~ervle ............ 9:50 p.m. Wedneeduy Ladies Bible Class.. i~:1~ s.m~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALAKOFF William Rmhe, Pester SnwJ~ y School .................. 9:45 u.m. ~y Morning Worship ....... II :ae n.m. 8nnday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Worsblp ............. 7:00 p.m. Glrb Aualllary, Sunday ......... 9:00 p,m. WMU. Tuesday ................. 9:00 n,m. Chow Preelice : ~ndsy, Celebration ........... 8 :'ae p.m. Wednesday, Young Musicians. 3:~lp.m. Sunday, Adult Choir ........... 0:04) p. m, Wednesday, Muulc Makers .... 7:00 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Ray Whlto, Pe9tor Sunday Iknool ................. 9:45 n.m7 I~mday Ms'nine Worship ....... 10955 a.m. 8und~y gvembS Worship ........ 6.45 p.m. Wedn~day Night: WM~ ......................... e:48p.m, 8~uml~sams .................... 5:4~ p.m. Worship Service .............. ? :~0 p,m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Dev. W.H. Uth~, psotm Temporarily nt ?31 E. Tyler (C~wro~l & Le~r Cl~pel> a person with no conditions expressed or implied, r MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH C. Hue} Cbments, Puto 8m~lay Schoul ................. 1On00 a.m. Mornlag Worship .............. l 1:00 u.m. Evening Worehlp ................ g:30 p,m. Wednesday Chancel Ch~ir ....... ? :30 I~ m. UMted Methodist Women meet ~dnnd4tk M~lLays .......... S:3O p.m. FFF meets 1st and 3rd Tueedayst 1:00 a.m, MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ken ien~ P~de~ ~unginy 8~0~ .................. 9:45 a,m. BumPy Moralea WOrship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sum~y EveMng Worship ........ 7:ae P.m~ Wedqesduy Ml&week 8ervlee,.. 2':09 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn F,~b, Palr Sm~iny School ................. 10:00 a.m. Worship ~wvicn ............... il:aea.m. Su~iny Night ..... .............. n:so p.m. wednesday Nipt ............... 7: 30 p.m. CROSS ROADS UNITED ME2TIODIffr CHURCH Sunday Morning W~'dbip ........ n:ae n.m. 8uday 8choul ..... , ........... 10:15 u.m. Bible 8tndy ..................... 5: 30 p,m, Every ~ Friday ~ m~a~ ...... 7:30 p,m, ? In the county, owner and is generally held at a private The horse subcommittee is a non- ranch complete with a preliminary profit arm of the Texas Extension barbecue feast, cocktail party and Service. In the past the group has famous country-western singers to get promoted local horse clinics and cut- buyers in the mood for spending money. ting competitions, but nothing as * A production sale is also usually held grandiose as a major registered horse on a private ranch, but it includes only sale. the sale of stallions, brood mares Smyth was named local sales (producers) and sometimes their ac- manager because of his experience as a companying colts. horse broker on the professional sale A ImbUe auction, such as the up- circuit, coming Athens Texas Select Horse What is a horse sale? Sale, involves a sales manager or sales Smyth explained there are many company accepting enough horses on kinds of horse sales ranging in corn- consignment to pay for the cost of the plexity from informal haggling at an sale with the sales firm taking a area trade days or flea market to ex- commission from the transactions. travagansas such as the San Antonio Stallions, geldings, mares and their Rose Classic or the world-famous young are all welcome at a public Lexington Yearling Sale. auction. Oftentimes, Smyth noted, a The Trinidad horseman pointed out, pregnant mare along with her latest however, that there are three general foal is sold as a three-in-one package. types of horse markets: a dispersal Consignment fees sale, production sale and public auc- A horse owner consigns or entrusts to ,ion. the custody of the sales people an A dispersal sale involves the animal for a consignment fee that pays marketing of an entire horse herd by its for sales advertising, labor and other Afro sheen glycerin rich soft spray, special .......... $2.98 Conditioning glycerin spray, special .............. $2.98 Proline hair food, special ..................... $2.98 Proline curly kit, $8.95 ............... Classy curl $9.95 Dark & Lovely creme relaxer ................... $6.95 S&H Stamps Malakoff Lay-aways McCooI's Dept. Store 489-1532 Jack McCool East THE BARBER SHOP Royail Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 3 i E. 489-0991 I, dldn't need God Used to boast about how I could stand on my own two feet Then came the broken leg W~th Ioi3 of hme to think and Uffle to do n oegan to discover anotner dimension of OUr existence. We aten t simply 'on our own,' Some ~,wne PurPose ~=nKS our hfe to the Creator Seeking that purpose and strwmg to rufftttJt -- thats what hfe ~s really RDOUt I slar~eo going to church on crutcnes The leg ~s fine now, except for that ache when it'S going to rain My larger view of hfe conhnues to enrich each day. And I'm finding It eas~er to attend worsh~o .... on my own two feet! FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sum-Thurs 8 to 7 Fri, and Sat. 8 to 8. ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Donald R. Wik9, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:30 a,m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m, gundey Song Service ............ 5:30 p,m. Wedm~day Mid-week ........... 1: 30 p.m, Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class. 1O:00 a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Bill Watson, Minister 8m~lay 8houl .................. 9:45 a,m. Sundu~. Morning Worship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:0~ p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7: SO p,m, Wednesday Worshlp ...... ,, ...... ? :30 p,m, Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 8:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TRINIDAD Danny Bolor, MinMer Sunday 8houl ................. p:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Wor~blp ....... II: 00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:ae p.m. Wednenday ..................... ?: ae p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim EdwDfd~ Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45 |.m. Sunday MorninS Worship ....... 10:50 a.m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 9:00 p.m. UMYF .......................... 9945p.m, Fellowship 8upper 4th Wednesday ................ 9: SO p.m. L~d~s Bible 8~'dy, Tuesday ..... 9:~ u.m. 8T. JUDE'S MISSION FgUus B.G. Eodm Services held it Luther Lane at Hwy, 88 Sunday Muse .................... 8:SO a.m. Sunday 8hool lmmedintely after mass LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner CiTY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 105 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 lilr Hepld TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 God can turn endings into beginnings. productions costs, than reputable sales. Later, In the case of the Athens sale, the sedative wears off, the new consignment fee per registered horse is discovers he has not $125 payable to the Ben Emison Sales "the kids can ride." Company. Smyth said this fee is well- However, when sales below the national average con-arriving at the Henderson signment charge. Individual con- Fairgrounds on Friday, slgnment blanks can be obtained from consignors must present to County Extension Agent Chuck Holt in secretary (Emison's wife, Jan) Room 305 of the courthouse or by date results of a Coggin's calling 675-6130. Smyth or any member tifying the animal is free of the horse subcommittee can also Infectious Anemia, commonly supply consignment blanks, however, as swamp fever. only Emison may accept the con-A health certificate valid signment fees. months of the date is also Smyth urged local horse producers to Emison. The documentation is submit their consignments to Emison to transport before the national publicity campaign lines. gets underway in March. Emison will Brood mares in foal must accept only 96 consignments. He will certified as such in order for notify his exclusive flat of customers by one or three-in-one package mail of the sale and most likely, said auctioned. amy,h, some consignments will come "A smart buyer will from that source, palpate a two-in-one The Athens sale has already been bidding on it to determine she advertised as a footnote to full-page in foal," explained Smyth. Emison sales ads in such publications be a veterinarian at the as The Southern Horseman and The throughout the sale to do Quarter Horse Journal. As sale day thing." draws closer, however, the Athens Consignors to the Athens event will move up to top billing, begin checking their sale Smyth said the June event will also be noon on Friday, June 3. The heralded in the Dallas and Houston fairgrounds are daily newspapers as well as on local three miles east of Athens television and radio. Highway 31 (Tyler Highway). The local sales manager pointed out Smyth said 'round the clock that a "sift committee," including a will be provided at the veterinarian, will inspect registered Friday and Saturday. Horses horses the day of the sale and reserve housed free of charge under the fight to reject any consignments, the show barn in horse stalls Smyt emphasized that the con- by the horse subcommittee si nment fee is non-refundable, mer. Pre-sale health check Smyth urges consignors to "We re not going to get into the drug. own water bucket, feed testing business," exclaimed Smyth although he said feed will when discussing pre-saie horse in- from local feed stores. There spections. "But all of our people are be plenty of overnight experiericed horsemen and they can the fairgrounds for trailers recognize a horse on drugs just by pers. looking at it." (Tomorrow's article Smyth said that unmanageable first annual Athens Texas horses are sometimes tranquilized and Sale will deal with wha goes pushed through the sales ring at less and out of O E. C. BRIDGES ' E. C. Bridges, 68, passed away February 13, 1983, at his home in Malakoff. Funeral services were held Tuesday, February 15, at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Malakoff with the Rev. Bill Rambo officiating. Burial followed at 3 p.m. at the Parker Cemetery in Grapeland. Mr. Bridges was born April 13, 1914 in Grapeland. He had been a resident of Malakoff for the past 18 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and was retired from Lone Star Gas Company. Survivors include his wife, Cieo, of Malakoff; one son, Charles Bridges of Canton; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Ham of Canton and Mrs. Peggy Pruett of Dallas; two brothers, Floyd Bridges of Grapeland and Aubrey Bridges of LLOYD BOLES Funeral services for of Trinidad wer eheld at Tuesday, February 8, in the Baptist Church with the ReV Loven officiating. Mankin Cemetery under the of Paschal Funeral Hom~ Mr. Boles died Friday in Medical Center following illness. He was born Sept. 25, Else, Ill. He was a mobile salesman. Survivors include his wife, Boles of Trinidad; one da Lou Williams oI brothers, William Boles of Lewis Boles of Mount Zion, sisters, Luella Carroll of Finley, Mary Johnson of Wichita Falls; I grandson. Cameron; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Caskey of Baytown; seven grandchildren; one Cro~ l~oa~ great-granddaughter; one foster great- granddaughter and several nieces and School nephews. Nephews served as pallbearers. February 28 - March 4 Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff BREAKFAST was in charge of arrangements.Monday; Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Toast and sausage milk. Wednesday: Pancake, juice, Thursday: Cinnamon milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. BREAKFAST Monday: Steak, whipped green beans, light bread, Tuesday: Hot dog, french & Beans, milk, cake. Wednesday: Bean chalupa and cheese, pinto beans, rice, fruit. Thursday: Spaghetti, If You Will INCREASE YOUR AUTOpeas, salad, cornbrea( LIABILITY INSURANCE And Are In A Friday: Hamburger, SEVERE ACCIDENT, You Will Find OUR tomatoes, pickles, french fries, COVERAGE And SERVICE Relieves The squares, milk, fruit. "Pressure"! The Veterans Administration is| applications for its Health Scholarship 1983 fall school term. placations and details program are available from of Academic Affiars, DM&S Central Office, 810 Vermont Ave, Washington, D.C. 21)420. II 9 Vicki s Salon Located on League Line Road Open at 8:30 a.m. Phone 778-2161 Home phone - 675-6006