Frank Meggison and wife Corn King and Queen
iLdti-rvrllJ. COB1! IklKHS AMI W IFE Mr. nod Mrs. Frank Meggison wi 60-acre 60-acre 60-acre firm a Kk-hlan Kk-hlan Kk-hlan townshn,. where they have lived Jor the pSt rtttht year. The w'tiieb produce the cinpions4iip yield tof lit tiushels per acre, fielded -only -only DC -bushels -bushels si acre da 0SS2. The ut-etand ut-etand ut-etand mf im-rekHe im-rekHe im-rekHe ia yield was JKittlble through laying f tile, proper lertuaation, m of food fcytarid seed., all-around all-around all-around good management and the cooperation uf the count- count- agent, Donald CiafUm. to accepting accepting the crown, Vr Meggison said the "power behind the throne my wife.'" The ja Ei8ont have five childr-en childr-en childr-en including Francis 11. Marguerite Marguerite , John I, Mike t and Betsjl. Meggison is tnittive of Boston. THE OLD AND Kt'W are represented in this picture as Guy 3ag ger crowns the 1KS7 Corn King, Fra uk Meggisoc. The :l56 Com King, j Harry J linger, was unable to attend the banquet and bis son Guy rep- rep- j Teaente him. Meggison's yield of 164 'bushels per acre was tops in i the Whltlev .county live-acre live-acre live-acre corn Club competition.