COMPETE IN-MEEIS County 4-H Team Is Third at Chapman—F.F.A.-Ilth at Clay Center. Liberty Rose Creek 4-H cliub's judging team placed third among 4(i teams competing in contests in the Aberdeen-Angus day at Chapman Chapman Thur.sday, while Saturday Belleville higli school's Future Farmei's of America team placed eleventh among 20 teams at the HistTicr~j-irdgiiig~-eontcst~at~Clay Centeu,,!, ^ Glortn Spafl'ord led the Jjiberty- Rosc Gi'cok judges, as sixth high individual. Rudy Runduw and ~TlTin- ior Wilkes completed the team AVlTich "Tanked~ncar-the—top-among! the many entries.- Two teams from Geary county 4-H clubs placed first and second. The Seneca F. F. A. team won the district contest at Clay Center Center Satui'day with 1,106 points, followed by Clay Center, Lebanon and Concordia in order. Belleville's Belleville's F. F. A. judges scored 1,015' points, a single point behind Manhattan, the team theBuffaltT judges sweiit out of fir.st place in a judging contest at Frankfort two weeks before. McKcnzic Is High Bison Don McKenzie led the Belleville team, with 355 points, Glenn Spafford Spafford scored-344-and Harvey-Snapp 316. Stanley -Baxa - and Norman McGowan were alternates. The local F. F. A. team will comiiete at Concordia "Tuesday in judging contests held in connection connection with the Republican.-Biue |"Val ley G ue^ns-ey^"'da^'7•- Foi-mcr- Governor Alf M. Landon will be a guest at this show, which- includes includes 11 counties in Central Kansas. Kansas. Judging for both adults and students will feature the day, with a number of prizes offered. Belleville high plans to send its judging team to Manhattan May .2.andJ3 _fojL .the_stat.e_cQat£st.