Kerl, LeAnn and Mrs Ralph Wymore 4-H Show 10 Aug 1962
Beatrice riaily Run, Beatrice, Nrli., Fri., Aug. W, 10<i2 7 267 articles exhibited in 4-H Show horn e-ec division WYMORE (Special) — In th- home economics division of the Wymore 4-H Show hold last week ' there were 267 articles exhibited | by S3 members from Southern Gape County. There were also 25 demonstrations. demonstrations. Nine clubs participated in the pre-fair event. Ribbons given were: 34 purples. 12. homemaking: Gwen Clo?3, over 12. foods; and Marlene Sutter, throuah 12, food 1 !. Winners in the demonstrations were: Kay Kassing over 12. clothing clothing and home-making; Peggy Goin. through 12, clothing and home- surance Agency. Beatrice, is au- foods; .Janice Neuman. through 12. foods; Gwen Cfoss over 12, P8 blues. 98 reds and 31 whites. | safety; and Larry Larson, through Fourteen purples were also given j 12, safety. for summary tops. j The top judges were: Judy Mc- The top all-round exhibitors* Kinzie, over 12, homemakingi Sanwere: Sanwere: Le Ann Kerl over 12, home-1 dra Doyle, through 12, homema- making; Ginger Michaelis, through king; Kay Kassing, over 12, foods; and Elaine Seitz, through 12, foods. The show was sponsored by the Wymore Chamber of Commerce. The chairman was Mrs. John Votroubek. Votroubek. She was assisted by Mrs. David Woodvard, Mrs. Fred Corne- Charge of receiving stolen property WILBER (Special) - Charles Sedlacek has been bound over to Saline District Court by Judge Henry Dietrich of Wilber as the result of a charge of receiving stolen property. Sedlacek was confined to the Saline Saline County Jail until he could produce Hits and Mrs. Ralph Kerl. Ribbons were announced last Friday night at, the Arbor State Park. Free tickets for swimming were given to the exhibitors following following the announcing of the ribbons. ribbons.