1965-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1965 March Voice - Page 3

V0ICE OF THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE A NATIONAL PUBLICATION DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE BREED VOL. 4 MARCH, 1965 NO. PUBLISHED BY VOICE Publishing Company GENERAL OFFICES For Information Contact: P. 0. Box 6052 124 E. 10th Street Chattanooga, Tennessee 37401 C. Bruce Spencer c/o VOICE PUBLISHING COMPANY Ph. 267-1726 Chattanooga, Tennessee STAFF BEN A. GREEN..................................Founding Editor C. BRUCE SPENCER................ ...Managing Editor FRED E. FRIEND.............................Associate Editor GLORIA L. SPENCER ...................Associate Editor BARBARA M. FRIEND....................Associate Editor IVAN MARSHALL..................................Art Director CHUCK LAYTON...................... Staff Photographer BESS FAULKNER............................. Circulation and Reader Service MARY FRANCES GREEN........Contributing Editor JUDY BYERS............................. Contributing Editor ARLENE EKLUND....................Contributing Editor DR. M. E. 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Classified Advertising Rates — $7.50 per column Inch. Postmaster: Form 3579 should be sent to Voice Publishing Company, P. O. Box 6052, Chattanooga, Tennessee. 2nd CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT CHATTANOOGA, TENN. The VOICE PUBLISHING COMPANY does not stand sponsor for opinions or facts stated by authors or contributing editors in this magazine. IN THIS ISSUE Editor's Column......................................................................................................................... Page 3 Cover Story—Bailey-Montgomery Stables............................................................. Page 4 Dr. Ensminger............................................................................................................................... Page 6 Horse Science School at M.T.S.C.............................................................................. Page 7 Chattanooga Pilot Club Horse Show..........................................................................Page 12 Walking Horse Now Official in Tennessee..........................................................Page 21 Agriservices Foundation Established..........................................................................Page 25 Horse Show Results................................................................................................................Page 26 Horse Shows To Remember............................................................................................. Page 28 Stallion Trade Directory...................................................................................................................... Page 28 Market................................................................................................................................Page 31 MARCH, 1965 VOICE MANAGING EDITOR INVITED TO SERVE ON BOARD OF ADVISORS OF AGRISERVICES FOUNDATION In a letter announcing the over­ all plans of the non-profit Agriser­ vices Foundation (see page 21), Dr. M. E. Ensminger, Ph.D., noted Horse and Agriculture specialist, invited the Managing Editor of the VOICE of the Tennessee Walk­ ing Horse magazine to serve on the Board of Advisors of this new­ ly established educational organi­ zation. After reviewing the proposed plans of this major undertaking on behalf of horse lovers everywhere, your Editor was prompted to ac­ cept this invitation with honor. In our estimation, the Agriservices Foundation represents the most elaborate undertaking ever started on behalf of the horse world, and we, as representatives of the Ten­ nessee Walking Horse World are indeed grateful to be a part of this program. It seems imperative at this time, that we point out that we feel the influence of the Tennessee Walk­ ing Horse on the overall horse bus­ iness will become more pronounced as the business continues to grow. This breed is well known for its versatility and it should play an increasingly important role in the future of horses in general in this country. It is for this reason that we feel the Tennessee Walking Horse should be well represented in any major program regarding the future of the horse business and welcome the opportunity to serve on the Board of Advisors of this Foundation. REGARDING THE HORSE SCIENCE SCHOOL A great deal of trouble and ef­ fort has been put forth to get the Horse Science School of Dr. M. E. Ensminger, scheduled for Middle Tennessee State College (see page 7.) Needless to say, it was set up here, primarily for the Tennessee Walking Horse lovers throughout this area. We are going to make an honest effort to help make it a most successful event and are mak­ ing an earnest plea to PROFES- (Continued on Page 9) 3