Ames Daily Tribune (Ames, Iowa) 1 August 1932 Edition
29 BABY BEEVES FOR FAIR Further Elimination Is Possible STATE CENTER—A committee appointed by County Agent Harley Walker reported last week that the selection of 29 baby beeves Intended for competition In the 4-H division at tbe state lair at Des Moines. Aug. 24 to Sept. 2 has been made. The selection included ten Shorthorns, ten Herefords and nine Angus calves raised by boys and girls in 19 Marshall county families. Clarence Geocke, owner of Dick, grand champion at the Internationa] live stock show in 1928 at Chicago has entered two calves In the Hereford group. They are namfd Byron and Jim. Other Hereford selections are as follows: ~Wilbei$- Neuroth, Tom; Kenneth Geocke, Curly; Ralph Geocke; Buddy; 'Clifford Geocke, Curly; Ralph Geocke, Jiggs: Raymond Geocke, Pepper: Max Smith, Bugs and Bozo;.Vivian Clemons, Jiggs. The Shorthorn j selections are: Harold Wheator. Prince; Martin Schaper, Prince; Mildred Schaper, Buddy; Bernice Geocke. Tarzan; John Fleming, Eosedale T; Allan Packer, Bud; Clifford Nichols. Pete; Eleanor Hof, Jerry; Thomas Wheatherly, Buster; John Henry Nickerson, Nix. In the Angus group are the following: Orville Aves, Jack; Averna White, Dick: Martin Schaper, Hoover: Ralph Eggers, Jerry and Lucky: ;Elmer Geocke, Pepper and Shamrock; Delos Edwards, Jimmie, Don Dobbin, Snoop. It is possible this list will be reduced to the limitation of 21, according to tht county agent, i who accompanied the commission ' on the tour making the selections. Pigs and beef and dairy heifers for the 4-H club state fair competition will be selected within a few days. Dr. F. J. Neiman, of Marshalltowii, and B. H. Bishop, of State Center assisted the county agent in mak ing the baby beef selections.