The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 2, 1963 · Page 3
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KNOW THEIR DAIRY COWS - This Williamsburg High team won first place in district FFA dairy judging contest yesterday (from left): Lloyd McClure, Carol Mallory, Earl Anderson, vocational agricultural teacher, Larry Milliken and James Sowers. Williamsburg FFA Wins Dairy Judging Nineteen teams of Future Farmers of American converged on Ransomville yesterday for a dairy judging school that saw the host team from Williamsburg win first place. The annual event was won last year by the team from Burlingame. The FFA event was for teams from the East-Central district ans was sponsored by the FFA chapter at Williamsburg, under the direction of Earl Anderson, Williamsburg ag instructor. The participants viewed three breeds of dairy cattle, judging them during the morning, then, following lunch, heard a lecture from Dr. Keith Huston, Kansas State. Dr. Huston, professor of dairy science, told the 160 youths what they should have looked for in their judging. Guernsey cattle were provided by Ransomville, Holsteins were provided by Martin Dickinson, and Jersey cows by Clare Sowers who lives nearby. Here is the way the top 10 teams finished: Williamsburg 932; Garnett 915; Cottonwood Falls 909; Seamen 899; La- Cygne 898; Council Grove 889; Lebo 883; Emporia 875; Ottawa 872; Shawnee Heights 862. Members of the Williamsburg team are Larry Milliken, Carol Mallory, James Sowers and Loyd McClure. Milliken topped individual scoring with 319 points while Mallory, a teammate finish ed fourth with 309. Their individual point production aided materially the cause of the home team in winning the trophy. To Continue Medical Classes A series of Civil Defense self- telp medical classes will be at he Princeton Community Build- ng and Richmond Methodist Church, beginning Tuesday, April 9, and every Tuesday aft- irward for four weeks. The classes will be conducted )y Franklin County health de- >artmerit personnel, and text- >ooks and materials will be furnished by the Civil Defense of- GETTING THE WORD about dairy cattle are 160 FFA State, lectures after dairy judging contest. (Herald Photo by youths at Ransomville. Here Dr. Keith Huston, (arrow) Kansas Robert B. Wellington) Other individual winners besides Milliken and Mallory were Marvin Crager, La Cygne, 316; Marvin Anderegg, Garnett, 314; Tom Gallespie, Council Grove 8; a tie for sixth and seventh between Bill Katzer, Garnett, and Don Stack, Seaman, both with 307; Richard Pringle, Emporia, 306. Bob Hayden, Ottawa, was listed ninth. Joe Pherigo, and Dale Christenson, both of Cottonwood Falls, tied for 10th. $35,000 Pot DENVER (AP) — The Denver Country Club again will be the site and prize money will be boosted by $5,000 or $35,000 will be the Denver Open Golf Tournament Aug. 28-Sept. 1. Study Course In Evangelism WELLSVILLE - Rev. Gordon Norris, pastor of the Wellsville Assembly of God Church, is conducting a study course on personal evangelism Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. The course is open to the public. It was started March 21, and there has been good attendance. Mr. Norris is using a book written by C. M. Ward, minister of the National Assemblies of God broadcast. "The Revival Time," as the study text. The course tells the purpose of personal evangelism. T i r • '] | - » Plan Local Art Show The Ottawa Community Art Show, featuring work by local artists, will be in Mammel Art Gallery of Ottawa University, April 7-20. Prof. Barre Barrett said today that all wanting to enter work in the show should bring their entries to the gallery sometime next Monday. He is urging that all art enthusiasits of the area submit examples of their art productions. Tom Jordan of the Ottawa High School art department will assist in selecting works for the exhibition. Ottawa University students will not enter their works in this show but will have an exhibition later in the spring. Exhibition Baseball Monday's Results New York (A) 3, Detroit 2 Washington 4, Milwaukee 2 Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3, Minnesota 0 Cincinnati 4, Kansas City 1 Baltimore 6, Los Angeles (N) Chicago (N) 13, Boston 3 Los Angeles (A) 5, Houston 1 San Francisco 4, Cleveland 3 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, AplH t, IMS fice. There will be no cost to those taking the course. >° • Anyone interested in sttend* ing classes in the Princeton area should call Mrs. Ralph Haney, 8693101. Ralph McCrea will register interested persons in the Richmond area. The classes are entitled "Radioactive Fallout and Shelters"*. "Healthful Living in Emergencies", "First Aid in Nuclear .Dis-, asters", "Infant and Child Care and Care for the Sick and Injured" and "Emergency Child Birth." All five classes were given previously in three other Franklin County towns. 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