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April 29, 1962

The Modesto Bee And News-Herald from Modesto, California · Page 36

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Modesto, California
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Sunday, April 29, 1962
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Stanislaus District Wi Choose Dairy Princess T h e Stanislaus district's }Wi2 dairy princess will be crowned at a formal dinner .tff.iir in the War Memorial Auditorium in Turlock Thursday eveninj',. l-'ivo county liirls seek the M i l e now held by Barbara i - i l h r c a t h of I l i c k m a n . While the public w i l l join n the. selection he'.',iiiniii{! at ·' PM Thursday, the girls, and he three, judges, will begin ·.viirk Thursday morning in ': mlock. '1'he winner w i l l be selected ·by Cathy C e r u t t i of Newman, former stale d ury princess, C. A. Ki;;shco ol Turlock, secretary-manager of ihe Slanis- »--' »· l.ius Uislnct l-.iir, and l.noch C.'h'istoffersen, iix-.'nlly elected mayor of Turloek. Tickets for the dinner event can he obtained from the dis t r i c t AUAC directors or at the door of the War Memorial A u d i t o r i u m in lurlocl; Thursday evening. Karen Km cry Chat-lone Silva Jeanne Mitchell Susan Askew Long Term Federal Land Bank Loons mode for improving land and for general agricultural needs. Repayment 5 to 30 years. Short Term Production Credit loans mad.e for all types of agricultural needs for repayment made to fit income. Tractors, Equipment, Automobiles and Other Capital Items May Be Financed Up to Three Years "FARMER OWNED, FARMER CONTROLLED" MODESTO FARM LOAN Ample Free Parking 1115 14TH STREET MODESTO Steer Sale Ends Beef Field Day . M . i ' l i l ' . I l l N t U . - I K I I " IV Si ! in LE GRAND, Merced Co. -An auction of feeder steers climaxed a day long gathering of K u t u r e Farmers ol America and 411 Clubs members at Ihe Chapman Brothers heel' shorthorn ranch near I.c G r a n d last weekend. li was the annual Northern San Joaquin Valley Shorl- m : . . horn Breeders A s s o c i ation field day. The morning was devoted to a judging contest in which teams and individuals placed six classes ol' shorthorns. James Graves of the Turlock Chapter, Future Farmers of America, with the highest score, 297, won a feeder steer for his efforts. Robert Rulhc-rl'ord of Ihe Valley Home 4H Club was the r u n n e r up, with 290 points. Top Team The Sequoia -11-1 Club of Tulare County was high team in its division, and the I.e Grand FFA Chapter look top team honors for Future Farmers. Gloria Rus of Twentynine Palms, San Bernardino County, paid 80 cents a pound for a" 430 pound steer from the Chapman herd, the highest bid of the auction. Other buyers were Jack Feaver of Hanford, Kings County; Gerald Feaver of Fowler, Fresno County; R. .1 Williams, Clovis, F r e s n o County; Glenn Taylor of Modesto; Lawrence D. Cobb, Fresno; Richard Feaver, Hanford; D. Kleist, Livingston, Merced County; Chris Rawls, Lemon Cove, Carole Boyd, Oakhurst, T u l a r e County; TOP TEAM -- The I.e Grand, Merced Counly, Chapter, Future Farmers of America, team was tops in its division at the shorthorn field day. Team members, left to right, are James Benning, Reuben Shiran and Don Wilson. DIAL LA 2-1089 HIGHEST SCORE -- Melanie Benzler of Clovis. Fresno Courjty, Miss Shorthorn Lassie for 1962, presents James Graves of the Turiock Chapter, Future Farmer of America, with the shorthorn feeder steer he won at the Northern San Joaquin Valley Shorthorn Breeders Association field day at the Chapman Shorthorn ranch, Le Grand, Merced County, last weekend. Graves made the highest score in the judging of six classes of beef shorthorns. Beverly Bertozzi, Madera, Madera County; the Sierra High School, Tollhouse, Madera County; and Skinner Hardy, Bakersfield, Kern County. The evenl was altended by 130 FFA and 4H Club members from Merced, Stanislaus, Madera Fresno, Tulare, and Kings Counties. KILL WEEDS! with . . . WEED Oil! SPRAYERS AVAILABLE! Also . . . A complete line of chemical weecf kill- ers for general or selective control. EMPIRE SEED FEED CO. FEEDS--SEEDS--SPRAYS-FERTILIZERS--HAY One Yosemite Blvd., In Empire Phone LA 4-7364 K-G THE MODESTO BEE, Sunday, April 29, 1962 BEST IN 4H -- Robert Rutherford of Ihe Valley Home 411 Club in Stanislaus County made the highest individual score, of the 4H compel itors al ihe field day. Bee Photos Modesto, California