Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 18
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16 Sept. 22, 1949 Mason Cily Globe-Gazette, Mason CUy, la. Iowa Swine Rate High at Austin Show Austin, Minn. — As befits the leading hog production state, Iowa was the largest participant in numbers of hogs at the national barrow show ;>t Austin, Minn. Of tho 3,049 hogs entered in the show, 1,827 actually competed in the show, and of these one-fifth or more came from Iowa. An Iowa firm paid the top price of $4.35 a pound for the grand champion barrow, a Duroc, weigh- iing at time of sale 240 pounds. This firm was WesLern Order Buyers of Algona, Iowa. Although BUNIONS Got this quick relief. Lifta shoe pressure, soothes, cush- iona, protects tho sensitive spot. Ask for tho Bunion size. the firm bought 112 hoys for the: Jones dairy farm ol' Fort Atkinson, Wis., the top hog it bought for itself, simply as a supporting gesture for the show. Although Iowa , breeders won places in every competition except that of Yorkshire, for the first time in the 4 years' history of the show at Austin, they did not win any championship. In the first year, the grand champion barrow was a Poland China hog from Manning, Iowa, and last year the grand champion truckload was from West Liberty, Iowa. But this year the 2nd place truckload in the 220 to 240 weight classification, with 16 truckloads entered, was won by the Berkshire entry of Bob and LeRoy Faint of Aplington, Iowa. . Of the 36 truckloads in the 190 to 220 pound division, 3rd place went to Henderson Farms-of Coin, Iowa, with Hamps, and 4th place to Louis Ruess and Son of West Liberty, with Polands, 5th to the Faint brothers of Aplington, 7th to Everett Jordan of Mt. Vernon %vit,h a cross between Tamworths and Chester Whites, 8th to Edward Forest and Son of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, with Polands and 10th to Robb and Robb of Morning Sun with Polands. Six Iowa farmers placed in this hotly contested and highly valued contest, 4 Illinois farmers, 2 Minnesota, 1 Ohio, 1 Indiana and 1 Nebraska. In the heavyweight truckJoad division, 220 to 240 pounds, 5 .Iowa fanners placed, 5 from Minnesota, 1 from Illinois, 2 from Wisconsin, 1 IndJana and 1 from Oklahoma, In the carcass contest in which 50 barrows were permitted to enter and 20 were awarded prizes, the 4th best carcass came from a Tamworth barrow from the farm of J. H. Jones at Ainsworth, 5th best from a Poland China barrow of Louis F. Ruess and Son at West Liberty, 12th from a Berkshire owned by Delmar Jensen of Emmetsburg, 17th from a Berk owned by Kermit L. Haugen of Radclifi'c, and 20th from a Berk of Milo V. Wolrab of Mt. Vernon, Iowa. Leland PTA Elects Leland — The Parent Teachers association elected the following officers: The Rev. Perry Sampson, chairman; Mrs. Richard Hugelen, vice chairman; Rozella Olson, secretary, and Selmer Carlson, treasurer. A report of the membership drive showed considerable community interest in the organization as a total of 78 persons have joined. Izaak Waltons Meet Sunday at Fort Dodge Fort Dodge—T h e 2Gth annual state convention and field meet of the Iowa stale division of the Izaak Walton league of America v/ill take place in Fort Dodge Saturday and Sunday. Saturday will be devoted to convention sessions with the program being highlighted by the appearance and talk of Leslie A. Miller, former governor of Wyoming, and chairman of the natural resources task force of the Hoover commission on government reorganization. State and midwest leaders of the league are expected here for the convention which closes with election of officers and evening banquet with an outstanding program of floor show entertainment. Sunday's field day at the Riverview club, northwest of the city, will be devoted to a full program of events, including land and water retriever trials with some of Iowa's finest dogs entered, bench show, greyhound races, trapshooting tournament, pistol and rifle shooting, bait casting, archery and pet dog show. Most poisonous of all snakes is the King Cobra. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOT! OF X CEH-IURY "To ?20O EACH F6P- V/E.MHE.S*. VAHES , SEE WHICH WA.V-friL PMD UP COPPEP. OUS-f WIND Wrly WER.E- MO BABIES BOR.K F1JIA.K 5How SHt-is UHMAR.RIED. i-:-;_-. ^//fY snt Y/EPS -friEV WILL BE cu-r. t»o HOT EXIST Af'frtM''fiNiE. WCTU Elects CrcEco—Mrs. C. L. Clu'lde of fresco was re-elected county president of the W. C. T. U. at the annual county meeting held at Dresco. Also re-elected were Mrs. Dale Davis, Chester, vice president; Mrs. Emma Jones, Lime Springs, secretary; Mrs. Albert Nichols, Cresco, treasurer. This is Mrs. Jones' 23rd consecutive year as secretary of the county organization. | annual convention of the Iowa I Sewage Works association. Attends Convention Cresco—W. D. Hebig, superintendent of the water and sewage department in Cresco, went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the 31st Completes Leave Fertile—James Oliver Sunder-1 son left Tuesday after spending a I 12 days' leave at the home of his I mother, Mrs. "Estalene Sanderson:! He has completed his boot train-1 ing at the Great Lakes trainingj station. From here he will go to I Washington, D. C., Where he willl attend music school for the com-1 ing year. The Capitol Building in Wash-, ington, D. C., is 751 feet long and 350 feet wide, including the ap-| proaches. pom. A QUlU.fE.H, i PROFIT BY USING THE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS!! MIDDLE-AGE CONSTIPATION" PAN UPSET YOUR WHOLE DIGESTION!* When food "slows down" in passing through your body, you may feel miserable. l» can upset your entire digestive process. 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