Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 5, 1949 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 5, 1949
Page 16
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Oct. 4, 1949 Maion City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Lock Photos $350 KISS—Leo Benson, manager of State Brand creameries, had a nice job Monday evening. He bought the first of the 1,000 pounds of butter auctioned off for Miss Alberta Wendt, Clarence, Iowa's dairy queen. As the representative of the creameries, Benson got the queen's kiss for the purchaser. Hiding behind them, all but a helpful hand, is Nelson G. Kraschel, former Iowa governor, who was auctioneer. State Brand Pays $350 for Queen's Butter Cedar County Girl Named Dairy Queen By TI1OR J. JENSEN Globe-Gazette Farm Editor Waterloo—State Brand Creameries, Inc., bought the first of the 1,000 pounds of butter given to the Iowa Dairy Queen at the Dairy Cattle congress here Monday evening. Manager Leo Benson made <<•••« the $350 bid and collected the queen's kiss along with the one pound package. The queen is Miss Alberta Wendt, daughter of a Clarence dairyman and Cedar county's entry. She was adjudged the most beautiful, poised, talented and accomplished of the 36 entries picked from approximately 1,000 entries throughout the state, in county and district contests. Kraschcl Is Auctioneer Sanitary Farms of Cedar Rapids, which pushed Benson in the bidding for the first pound ot butter, bought the 2nd pound foi $50. Miss Wendt received $1,015 for the 375 pounds auctioned olf during the evening by Nelson G Kraschel, former governor of Iowa. She will tour Iowa during the year "to dramatize the dairy industry and the state's 200,001) dairy farmers," said Prof. C. A. verson, head of the dairy inclus- ry department of losva Stale col- ege, who crowned the queen. In the Iowa Future Farmers of America (FFA) dairy cattle judg- ng contest, Lytton won first place and the right to represent Iowa in the national dairy cattle judging contest Thursday. Placing after Lytton, in order, were Postville, Estherville, Calmar, Cresco, Ventura, Keota, Dysart, West Union and Sigourney. North lowans Place Winners in individual scoring, in order, were: Bill Waters, Postville: John Jenkins, Knoxville; Ronald Hoyey, Cresco; Lee Nauss, Estherville; Jack Kelly, Jr., Lytton; Donald Nehman, Lytton; Donald Meyer, Hampton; Gordon Grimm, Ventura; Clair Whitman, Lisbon; Ronald Prescott, Clear Lake; Ronald Kerr, Osceola, and Kenneth Hilby, Manchester. Iowa State college took top honors in the national intercollegiate dairy cattle judging contest. Thirty teams from 29 states and Ontario, Canada, had entered. Members of the winning team were George M. Leland, who also placed 3rd in individual scoring; Robert Bellman and George Landcaster. Aged Woman Dies ' at Fredericksburg Fredericksburg—Funeral services for Mrs. Marion Adams, 89, will be Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Methodist church. Mrs. Adams died Sunday. She was born Sept. 30, 1860, at Atchinson, Kans., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hanan. When 4 years old they moved to Illinois and In 1867 she came to Iowa with her parents in a covered wagon. She was married to Frank Adams on April 16, 1883. He died in 1930. Surviving are 3 daughters, Miss Mabelle Adams and Mrs. Lance Barker, both of Fredericksburg; Mrs. Florence Weideman of Waterloo; a sister, Miss Mabel Hanan of Cedar Falls; brothers, George E. Hanan and Ernest Hanan, both of Fredericksburg. Do We Have to Die? Is Delicious TEA 22 EXOTIC FLOWER PLANTS $1 Plus Our Gift of Two Rare New Baby Roses -M_ We are cleaning out forty acres of our choicest two year old plants, mnd offering: them practically as a gift. You pay only $1 to cover postage, packing and a little toward our propagating cost. Substitutions made only if growing conditions require. 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