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1982 , __NTY--FIRST YEAR, NUMBER 16 Henderson County Show culminated Saturday and Future Farmers selling their stock at the Auction and with the presen- tl awards to out- consecutive year the champion steer by Lee Nail of the Future Farmers of chapter. The 1,237-pound m purchased by Tommy ~' Wall Company of Athens Perry of Brownsboro FFA reserve grand cham- to Food Fare for $2,313. steer tipped the scales at Tim Sher- market hog for of the Brownsboro a 249-pound market of the Pioneer 4-H Club reserve grand champion to for $754. Bank was Saturday's high Scott Bonner's cham- paid $500 ember's poultry. Show Princess Judy Hyde Trails 4-H Club sold her pen of broilers Trails 4-H sold )en of fryers (rab- Insurance for $325 Satur- InterFirst of Fairfield pur- Pen of reserve grand cbam- from Pioneer 4-H member r $325. Woodrow Walker Award was presented to Boone Fields shortly got underway. Walker award is annually to an individual, corporation, to recognize FROGERS company, their out- in leadership for the was finally completed night's City Council meeting in of two new council Moore and James sworn in to become the new members of the election. Anders were both can- one-year unexpired term 2 election. Both men 13 votes and were facing the of a run-off election. In the COuncilman Tommy Tanner post, leaving two spots council. Withdrew his name for the post, which to Moore. Following the In of Moore, Mayor Howard ,+ TAMi RILEY % Compete at State meet student at will compete Track Meet May 6-7 in won her trip to state place finish at the in Kilgore over the slated to compete but attend due to personal was Trinidad Junior secured what would her third trip to the toss of 35'-8" in second in )f 112'-9". King is the glrl's track standing contributions in time, talent and/or money in general support of the livestock show. This award is meant to symbolize Woodrow Walker's dedication for more than 14 years to the Livestock Show Association and the youth it serves. Tim Sherman of the Brownsboro FFA came away with the Elsie Rosson Award for the second consecutive year. Randy Sims of Happy Days 4-H Club won the Martin D. "Sonny" Pickers Memorial Award as the best all around cowboy in the livestock show. Local winners include: Trinidad FFA, 1st place, trailer division, FFA shop, double axle trailer; 2rid place, Shop Ornamental, wood burning heater; Stacy Boyd, 5th place, Division II, unregistered bulls; Charles Colman, 3rd place, Simmental bull; James Boyd, 5th place, steer; Charles Riley, 5th place, heifer; Charles Colman, 3rd place, heifer; Micky Garcia placed with his hog; Melinda Walden, 1st place, buck rabbit. Malakoff FFA Chapter-Grand Champion Shop Project, Hay Van; 2nd place, ag coop, stock trailer; 3rd place, ag mechanics, fiat bed trailer; 2nd place, gate, John Tanner; Poultry, Donnie Williams, 4th place, rooster; Alesha Powell, 3rd & 4th places, game birds, male and female pheasants; Live~Kock Judging Contest, Tracy Ed- wards, 4th place, high point individual, Phil Dulaney, 1st Place, bullriding; Kevin Kilman, 2nd place, dairy heifer. Malakoff Timber Trails 4-H Club- Brad Miers, Ist place, hog; Paige Suris,+ 3rd place, hog; Patrick Malone, 12th place, hog; Andy Thomas, 2nd place, steer; Rabbits: Sue Culpepper, 12th place, pen of fryers; Michael Lee, Grand Champion pen of fryers; Tracy Wilson, 14th place, pen of fryers; Howard Neal, 6th place, bull, beef breeding class; Chickens: Judy Hyde, Reserve Grand Champion pen of broilers; Jeff Hyde, 9th place, pen of broilers; Len Harris, 13th place; pen of broilers; Horse Show Division: Katha liog8 & Sons Book Lndez*y" , Inc. Sprinsport, Mich. t 928 cents "The Voice of the Lignite City" single copy Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1983 Norman Black, 3rd place, jr. mares, place, western horsemanship (14 & 3rd place western pleasure (13 & under) over), 6th place, halter, jr. mares; and 1st place, showmanship; Nikki Connie Sonntag, 1st place, western Shute, 1st place western pleasure (13 & pleasure, 2rid place, western bur- under), 3rd place western horseman- semanship, 5th place, aged mares- ship (13 & under) and 5th place 52 in. halter, Livestock Show Queen; Tina and under halter class; Scott Shute, 2nd Morrison, 1st vlace. 52 inch & under- place western pleasure (14 & over) 1st See. SHOW, page 14 JUDY HYDE, 9 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hyde, was Umed Hen- derson County Livestock Show Princesal in ceremonies 'ruesday night at the fairgrounds. Miss Hyde is a fourth grade,~t~J~ent at Malakoff Elementary khool uml+a ~mber ed ~ lh,alll 4,~l,~r..l~wM e~owe~d: I~ last year'aprk+ tess, Katha Black. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) Julian recommended that Anders be "I don't mind attending these council and told members he felt his in- appointed to serve the final year of the (organization) meetings if the council volvement would give the city "a point seat vacated by Tanner. Council mere- wants me too, and it will benefit the of contact." burs unanimously agreed and Anders city," Cannon said. 'TII be happy to at- Julian reported to the council that the was administered the oath of office, tend whatever meetings you want me roof of the Municipal Building is under With the addition of Moore and An- to." warranty and as soon as the warranty ders the council is filled with five new The discussion centered around numbers are acquired the problems faces. Nannie Drake and Ernest whether or not the city should fund with the roof will be fixed. Wilson, a former councilman, were Cannon's involvement in organizations The mayor also asked that council elected to two-year terms in the April 2 such as Rotary Club, Lions Club and members begin thinking about the election. Former city councilman Den- Chamber of Commerce. In the past the possibility of a jail or holding unit for hiS Cannon, recently named city city has funded city manager's in- the city. "The way things are going manager, was attending his first volvement in these groups, now, it looks like before long each city meeting in that capacity Monday night. "I believe it's part of the city is going to need its own facility," After Moore and Anders were seated, manager's job to be a part of these Julian said. Cannon asked Council members their organizations," councilman Ben Julian told the council the city's sales opinions as to his involvement in civic Woolverton told the council. "It will do tax was up 19 percent and read a letter organizations. The newly hired city nothing but benefit us." from city representatives in El Paso manager asked the council what After the council unanimously voted wanting the council to sign a petition to organizations they wanted him to be to fund Cannon's participation in any of the State Legislature concerning the come a member of. the organizations Cannon thanked the regulation of utilities. .# TOP AWARD WINNERS--Laurie Bradley, Greg King and Kristi Jones were top award winners at the Trinidad All Bpom Banquet held Monday night. Bradley was presented the John Phillips Souza Award for outstanding achievement in band. King, who advances to regional competition in track this week, was named male Athlete of the Year. Jones, district winner in tennis singles, was named female Athlete of the Year. See related story on sports pages. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) By ANN ROUNSAvALL Mrs. Hiler and her husband, Ronnie, Power & Light Youth Center. Superin- Trinidad Junior student Kristi Jones were later presented a Joint Booster of tendent R. D. Elsom welcomed guests and senior Greg King took top female the Year award by high school prin- and honored athletes. and male honors at the annual Trinidad cipal James McDaniel. Tommy Flatt introduced Burton .All SportsBanquetheldMondaynight. Laurie Bradley was awarded the Lawless, former Dallas Cowboy, as Both Jones and King were presented John Phillip Souza Award for outstan- guest speaker. Athlete of the Year awards by Sandra cling aclmivement in band activities. Lawless is a graduate of the Univer- Hiler, president of the Trinidad Booster Following the invocation by Dwayne sity of Florida. He is the youngest Club. Spencer dinner was served at the Texas See, AWARDS, page S % / CONNIE SONNTAG, 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag of Malakoff, was named Henderson County Livestock Show Queen Tuesday night. She was sponsored by the Malakoff Future Homemakers of America. She is a member of Timber .Trails 4-H Club, Cayuga Rldiag Club and American Quarter Horse Association. (Staff photo by Ann RoammvuHY I The newsstand price of curies of The Malakoff News will be increased to 25 cents per issue by May 1, according to newspaper Publisher Dan Dwelle. The price is being increased from 20 cents per copy. In making the announcement Dwelle noted that, "Over 80 percent of the single sales of newspapers in the U.S. today is 25 cents or more. Besides helping us meet some of our increased costs and allowing more profit to our carriers, we think that this will actually simplify the purchase for customers who too often do not have the exact 20 cents in change." The increase will also affect single sales of the Athens Daily Review, Cedar Creek Pilot and the Athens Weekly Review. Home subscription rates will not be affected. In order to change the 100 racks, work will begin in late April so ~that~ all changes can be completed by May 1. III I J-.,-._.._ LITTLE LEAGUE SIGN-UP SCHEDULED SATURDAY Registration for the 1983 Malakoff Little League Baseball season will be held Saturday, April 30, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Elementary School cafeteria. More information concerning the registration is included with sports news. TSTA BANQUET SCHEDULED The Malakoff Texas State Teachers Association Banquet will be held May 3rd at7 p.m. at the Christian Youth Foundation in Athens. TIMBER TRAILS THANKS SUPPORTERS Members of the Timber Trails 4-H Club of Malakof! have expressed their ap- preciation to merchants and people of Malakoff for supporting them during the Henderson County Livestock Show and Rodeo. A special thanks was issued to Malakoff Feed and Supply, Gould Insurance and InterFirst Bank of Malakoff for purchasing stock from Malakoff students. MALAKOFF SIXTH GRADE TO PRESENT MUSICAL Friday, April 29, Malakoff Elementary School Sixth Grade students will present their annual musical entitled, "Let George Do It." The afternoon performance for the student body will begin at 1:13. The evening performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Both presentations will be at the High School Auditorium under the direction of Patricia King and assisted by Marsha Plemors. MYSA TO MEET The Malakoff Youth Sports Association will hold its regular monthly meeting Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m. in the Elementary school cafeteria. Among items to be discussed will be the planning of the Little League Baseball season. All mem- bers are urged to attend. MEETINGS Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet for a training session Monday, May 2, at 7 p.m. at the fire station. Masonic Ledge No. 759 Study Club will hold their regular meeting Monday, May 2, at the lodge hall. Malakoff Dad's Club will hold their regular meeting Tuesday, May 3, at 7 p.m. at the club's facilities. Malakoff Rotarians will meet Tuesday, May 3, at noon at the Star Harbor City Hall. The Essence Club meets regularly on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. The Essence Club donated $25.00 to the Malakoff High School Junior class to help sponsor their prom. The Triple F Organization will meet Monday, May 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the Malakoff United Methodist Church for their covered dish dinner. MHS ALL--SPORT8 FETE SLATED The annual Malakoff High School All-Sports Banquet will be held Monday, May 2, at 7 p.m. in the Student Union building on the Henderson County Junior College campus. For more information, see page 7. DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classified ads and display advertising for the Thursday publication date of the Malakoff News is 4 p.m the preceeding Monday, For further information contact the News at 489-053L OFFICE HOURS The Malakoff News office is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for customer convenience. The office is closed both on Saturday and Sunday, ,pL