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August 19, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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195? M»%nH CHr fifiitir-fiairllr, Mainn rily, It. Manly to Mark 75th Anniversary Aug.25-27 TOP. DEMONSTRATION T E A M -- Winners in the 'Ml frirls dcinonsLrnlion contest at the F r a n k l i n County Fair \vero Lois Rhc Bolinko of LSI timer ( l o f t ) arid Mary ,lano Prallc of Hampton. They represent the Mftrion ftlnjorcltcs 4-H C l u b led by Mrs. Harold BorcherdinK. Tin; team w i l l compete at the Iowa State Fair. Begin 4-H Livestock Judging of 93rd Franklin County Fair By KEN SCHMIDT Globe-Gazette Farm Editor /HAMPTON--Judging of Hie largest number of 4-H livestock entries In history highlighted Ihe 93rd annual Franklin .County Fair Monday as beUcr-lhan-avcrage crowds continued to attend the four-day event thai, began Saturday. ·./Larry K, Johnson, ill, of Coulter showed the grand champion baby beef, n SiiO-pound Shorthorn. Larry Is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. Girl Wins Reserve Reserve champion baby beef was owned by a girl, Miss M a r i l y n Miller, 15, of Aldcn. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (.'!. V. Miller. Marilyn's DOS-pound Angus was placed suctfnd in n . g r o u p of 330 bnby beovcs, an increase of as over the.1951 falr.- Commanding much interest was the 4-H junior livestock judging contest for (hose under H. Leading the; pack of 82 participants was Robert Wall, lil, of A l d u n (is he scored 248 out of n possible 2!l) points, : Classes of steers, beef heifers, dniry cattle nnd hogs were judged. The M n r m o t t 4-11 Club from Molt Township won the team championship, scoring J;Ui7 out of a possible1,250 points. Lenders of t h e club are Howard Miller and J. Verald Brown, both of I l i i m p ton. , . . ' . . · . . Other baby beef w i n n e r s as do^ Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 id-mined by Judge Rex lieresford, Iowa Slate College, were: C h a m - pion Hereford--Marl in M i l l e r of Aldcn (brother of M a r i l y n ) ; Reserve Hereford--Leon Prallc of Linlimer; Reserve Angus--Larry Sheriff of Sheffield; R e s c r v ; Shorthorn--Donald Wonnla, .S'ht-f- "ield. Other Winners Tn the j u n i o r beef heifer division, Leon frail had the champion Angus, Robert Wngner of H a m p t o n .lie lop Hereford, and J a m e s Johnson of L f i l i i h c r the best Shorthorn, Clarence 'Kit/, of Alexander won he beef showmanship pri/.e with Robert Wagner, second, and Bob Hruns, H a m p t o n , third. Champions in Ihe junior dniry how judged by Floyd Arnold of [own Stale College were: Robert, Clawsou, Gene vii, Holstcm; Lev a n d Crcy Wagner, H a m p t o n , Guernsey; Itobcrl Moore, Dough crly, nrown Swiss; M,crrlll mid N o r m a n Hanson, Dows, Jersey and Ayrshire. Kin of North lowans Dies in South Dakota SWKA C I T Y -- M r s . Iris Klnu re ccivcd-woril Sunday of Ihe (leatl o t t i e r sister-in-lnw, Mrs. AIHe C n m n i a c k , at Kallh, S. !). Mrs Cam m a c k was the mother of Mrs Bernard K i n n , who with her luis band tins been al F a i t h d u r i n g her mother's illness. Horn Nellie Craig, .Mrs. Cain m a c k spent her girlhood at JUul cliffc. She nnd her husband wen (he p a r e n t s of four children, Auro of Sioux City, Mrs. IJermml Finr of this c o m m u n i t y , Cecil and Daire! I, both of South D a k o t a , all o whom, with the husband, s u r v i v e There are also two brothers nnd t sister. .CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs.' R a l p l Blakoly and daughter of K n m c r e i Utah., arrived for a visit in the home of Mrs. 0. K. Gridley. eivcii'l 6 House of Music" PRESENTS FOR SCHOOL MAY WE SUGGEST SUCH OUTSTANDING NAME BRANDS AS ... Olds - LeBlanc Martin - Holton :ioli!-(;.-m:Ue plioto by Selimiilt M A N Y . BEEK CHAMPIONS--Larry Johnson ( l e f t ) of Coulter had the grand champion baby beet' at the Franklin County Fair w i t h hi.s Shorthorn.. Reserve champion w a s shown by Marilyn Miller of Aidcn who had an Ariprns. The total of 13(5 entries was the highest on record for the f a i r . 2 Men Pay Fines in Mayor's Court CHARLES CITY--Robert M a c k Inrison, 20, rural, Ionia, Sunday vas f i n e d $100 and costs in Mayor avoid ft, Henry's court, when he pleaded guilty to a charge of ruck- ess driving. Ranson was arrested jy police at 1:15 « . m. Sunday. M i k e Tobin, 30, Charjes City, Sunday in (ho same court, pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct and was fined S25 and cost. Tohin was arrested by police U .1.1:47 p. in. Saturday, who said ic broke a car window with hi.s land on North M a i n Street. Garner Churchmen Attend Convention G A R N E R -- Attending Ihe Iowa District \Vcst Convention of the L u t h e r a n Church-Missouri Synot Aug. 17-2L at Lake Okoboji fron Garner arc the Rev. L. VV. Ilelclc- i n a n n , pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, and the Rev. M'. K l n u s . pastor of SI. Paul's Lutheran Church. Attending will) them ay lay-delegates of the respective con gregations arc K. Thada and V Uungc. both of E a r n e r . War Veteran Killed Before Wedding Set C H A R L E S CITY--Anthony Kanv pen, 23, Vesper, Wis., f i a n c e of Miss Joanne Rics, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and M r s . ' M i k e Rics, all of Charles City, was fatally injured about IDJ'SO p. m. Saturday nighl in an automobile accident near Stevens I Point, Wis. K a m p e n died from the injuries about 5 a. in. Sunday morning in a hospital at Stevens Point, Wis. Four young men were in the car when Ihc accident occurred. Three are reported lo be in serious condition. I t is believed Kampon died from li brain concussion. Miss Hies and Mr. Kampen were to have set the date for their wedding next weekend. He was recent-i ly discharged from the Air Force. S E R V E SOCIAL WESLEY-The Hebekah Lodge will h o l d a n i c e cream socia Thursday evening cast of the Ex change B a n k . Plan Features for Three Days Parade on Second Day Followed by Address MANLY--The town of Manly will observe its 75th anniversary with j big celebration Aug. 25 to 27. The three-day observance will be sponsored by the American Legion. Various committees have been selected to complete plans for the day which promises to be filled with interesting features, including e n t e r t a i n m e n t for all. The lioone Valley Shows have jean booked and there will be concessions, rides, bands, exhibits, historical displays and free acts. There will be a big parade on e second day followed by an address by L. T. Bosworth. Efforts arc being made to make this the biggest event yet held in -Manly, with a more detailed program to be announced later. Herman Goll home at 8 p. in. Monday. CHAP1N--The \VSCS will meet in the Methodist Church parlors Thursday at 2 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Delos Claypool and Mrs. Leroy Hriihn, MANLY--Luther League Bible camp will open Saturday and will continue through Aug. 29. FERTILE--The Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet on Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. B u r t Norem, Mrs. Larry flit ter and Mrs. Dick Sheimo as hostesses. MANLY--Mission Band will meel at the BEUB Church Thursday at 2 o'clock. · THOTM PSON--The WSCS of the Methodist Church will have a business and devotional meeting at the Town Hall Thursday at 2 p. m. Escape Serious Injury in Crash KLEMME--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kilgore of Klemme and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Eckerman of Moline, 111., escaped serious injury at Faribault, Minn., on their way to North Branch, Minn., when their car collided with another at an intersection, only Cuts and bruises were the injuries. Both cars were badly damaged. Lindon Kilgore drove lo Faribault and brought his parents and Mr. and Mrs. Eckerman back lo Klemme. DIES AT KIESTER MEETINGS In North Iowa MANLY--Sunnyside Circle of the Lutheran Church will meet Friday at the church. G A R N E R -- The Mammoth Cucumb*r CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. Kenneth Quaclc, Route 3, Charles City, has placed on display in a downtown Charles City window on Main Street, a three and one-fourth, pound cucumber which was grown in her country garden. KIESTER, Minn.--Funeral services for Mrs. William Baumann, 81, were to be held Tuesday at the Evangelical United B r e t h r e n Church at Wells. Burial in Rice Lake Cemetery near Kiester. She died Saturday after a long illness. She and her husband made their home with a son, Wilfred Baum a n n , at Kicstcr until her death. Besides her husband she leaves two daughters, four sons and one sister. Mr. and Mrs. Baumann Ell Township celebrated their 58th wedding an- boys' 4-1-f Club will meet at theinivorsary March (. EXPERTS SAY, "THEY'RE . The Best Horseshoe Pitching Lanes in U. S. A." Come Over and Try Them . . . Shoes Furnished OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Fertile Community Lanes FERTILE, IOWA · SAILOR ON LEAVE O R C H A R D -- D a l e Brown, of the U.S. Navy, pipefitter third class, is on a 50-day leave visiting his sister, Mrs. Paul Nicliolson, and their father, Robert Brown, of Orchard. The young man has been in service since March, 1050, stationed on G u a m for two years. He will report Sept. M9 lo San Diego, Calif., when; lie will receive f u r - ther instruction in welding. R.C.A. and Motorola Portable Radios R.C.A. 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