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SA---The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 30, 1981 fro in Jerry Kemp placed first in gate division and Boyd also placed second in or- namental clothesline poles. John Riley won first place in the livestock equipment division for his hay spear; second place was awarded to Charlie Freeman for a post driver, third place went to Kyle Floyd in hay " LI LE tRANSFER LITrLI & STORAGE alpmt for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas !" I I ROYALL NSbRA/ CE"kGE CY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. Barnett 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. spear, and fourth place to Brad Elsom for a log rack. The Trinidad FFA welding class won third in picnic tables with a fifth place by Larry Parker and sixth place by Mike Airheart. Jimmy Carter and Norris won fifth in saw horse. Cross Roads FFA'ers Steve Allen, Dewain Cain and Louis Floyd placed first and had the grand champion of show for ornamental class with their wood burning heater. Dewain Cain placed 1st for boars 8 mos. and under; Russel Giles placed second in open sow and Deanna Groves placed 6th in open sow. Steve Allen placed 4th in middle weight black market hog. In horse competition and represen- ting the Timber Trails 4-H Club of Malakoff Scott Shute placed 1st in Western Pleasure 13 and under, 3rd in halter 4 years andunder and showman- ship; Traci Pendley placed 3rd in western pleasure 13 and under, 1st in halter 5 years (rod older mare and 3rd in polebendl~ 13 and under; Kelli Palmer placed 4~Lfi in pole bending and showmanship; Paige Surls placed Ist runner up in the princess contest representing the Timber Trails Club, 4th in halter 4 years and under mare and showmanship; and Connie Sonntag won the Western Attire award in the Queen's contest. Nicholas Maglaras was awarded reserve grand champion for his three Alexander placed 19th. fryer rabbits; Jim Brown placed 4th in Robin White placed 5th in rabbits; Sharla Lynn Slation placed market hogsand 14th; Shayne Surls placed 17th; Jeanne Christy Leopard placed Brown placed 18th; and Deborah respectively in broilers. O Featuring Litton BRING THIS AD FOR A SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON A MICROWAVE Very informative - good food - fun! Presented by Bill and Brenda Vinson Entertainment ( Located: Hwy. 31 across front F red Sonntag Ford , FOR A SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON t OVEN AND ACCESSORIES! Conducted by Economist Freda Doolene , Hwy. 31 W., Malakoff I hursday, Apri! 30th @ :,... ,- GLENN BOYD, VINCENT NORRIS AND JERRY Kemp, far right, were all winners in the Henderson Show representing Trinidad FFA. Boyd and Norris won reserve grand champion for their tractor lift and by the first place winning gate. (Staff Photo by Ann RoUnsavall) o I , . '~ . .. o. :" "%, ., - "Truly absurd is the man who never WEEKLY i m The next few weeks will be busychannel catfish where a times for many 4-H club memberssupply is available. ][0' throughout the state as they prepare for Higginbotham, Ext m district contests. The youngsters are fisheries specialist, s~ is competing in various team and in- ponds are still very low. : dividual events for the privilege of par- this situation are either : ticipating in the State 4-H Roundup at number, of fish being sto Texas A&M University in June. are delaying stocking unl James Chandler, area forestry situation improves. specialist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, encourages Christ- Eat foods that mas tree producers to keep up with the refurbishing for energy conser- vation could do for your family budget. After all you loved your,. hou once, arid with a little work you 11 keep on loving it for years the costs of buy- ing or building a home skyrocketing, it may be better for you to add a room or two to the house you already own. If you don't need extra space, you may want to improve the space you have. Consider a remodeling job as a wise investment in today's housing market. And with soar- ing utility costs, think what to come. Adding on, remodeling, improving.., it takes money. That's where we come in. With a home improvement loan designed to fit your needs. It's easy to apply. ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Athens Malakoff Mabank Wills Point Kauhnan Fomey chores of insect and week control With the dry conditions which exist across the ~area, competition for moisture can be a critical situation. Another job that producers must take care of this time'of year is shaping the trees. Chandler says that this is par- ticularly important for trees that are in Try "detergent foods" for suggests Mary K. nutrition specialist. Crisp, crunchy celery, carrots or "detergent foods," remove food particles their third or fourth growing season, s.l~,i~O~}.,~ ..~., : ShalJing is one of the" prfmary ~,Mrs..,..Sweeten liSbOn management techniques for producing eco, nomb:s, stall high quality trees. , Agricultia-al Extension Many pond owners are stocking Don't forget! Gifts for are found at Donnell's, A SUMMER GARDEN from Dovani: A delightful look from the graceful bow neckline to the floral bordered skirt in sheer polyester crepe. Peach. Sizes 4-16. O0 Donnell's Fashions 31 Hours Mo',. Malakoff, Texas ph. 489-1520 9.:m" Time: 7 p.m. Member FSLIC An Affiliate ot invest-Tex, Inc. ,, t f ,,