Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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Pick Seeley .V * ; "· , - ~f ... -' * " ' · ( i f ' · i Shep Entries Fair Winners In the open class sheep competition at the North Iowa'Fair, H. B. Seeley, Algona, was the big winl ner in listings announced by 'the judges. ·Entries by Seeley included: Cheviot ram, two years or older- blue; rain, one year and under two --blue and red; ram under one year--blue and red;'ram two years and over--blue and red; ewe one year and under two--blue and red; ewe under one year--blue and red; blue; Lowell Sieberlinf,' ra m" un- der/one--red;,Hackbtrtfc, ewe, one rear and under two--blu«; Sieber- ling, aged 'ewe--blue; ewe under one--Hackb*rth, v blue and Seiberling red; Hackbarth, champion lamb and ewe, " ' IB the individual limbs, -market division, Raymond Cheever, Chapin, won purple; Kent Seely, blue and red, Judy Cheever, Chapin, white. In the pen of three market lamb division, Judy Cheever won purple and red; Seely, blue; Raymond Cheever, white. Uilbrand Brothers, Buffalo .Center, were awarded blue on t h e flock sheep. RUDD--Mrs, Roy Field and Mrs. William Rolfes left for Pequot Lakes, Minn., where they will visit a the Lester, Evanson home. Her- · l i n t * *. 4^.4V*, 1T«-*V/ »-·«» l^^^ll VA-941-I11M there for the Bummer, will return home with them. 102 SOUTH FEDERAL pen of four lambs--blue; champion ~ ·-- "-Cheviot ram, ewe and flock, and man Fleld ' who has be * n visiting breeders young flock. fl ""~ *"' ' Seeley also won with Oxford Db\yn: Ram under one y e a r -blue and .red; ewe one- year and under- two-iblue; aged ewe--blue; ewe under bne,ye'ar---blue and red; pen o£ four lambs-^-bluc; cham- · pion ewe, rarh" and flock. Stevenson Ribbons In the Shropshire class, J; M. Stevenson and Sons, Mason City, won the following ribbons; Ram two.years or over--blue and red; ram one year and- under two- blue and red; ram under one-blue and red; ram two and over-Hue; ewe one year under two-blue and red; aged ewe.--- blue; ewe under one year--blue and red; pen of four--blue; champion ram, ewe, flock and breeders flock. Ronald Borton, Clear Lake, won a red ribbon on Shropshire ram two .'years or over. :Kent Seely, Algona won Southdown awards of: Ram two''years ,or"ever--blue and red; ram one year and under two--blue arid red; rain under one year--blue and red; c\ve two years--blue and red; ewe one year and under two- blue and red; ewe under one year --blue and red; pen of four--blue; champion lamb, '·; ewe, : flbck and breeders' young flock. Hampshire, Class Winners in the Hampshire class were: C. L. Hall and Son, Meservey, ram two - years or. over- blue; Gary Hackbarth, Dows, ram one year old a n d under two Name Prize Winners for Fruit Coke Increased interest in the pantry storei division at the North Iowa Fair was noted this year by Mrs. Mary McLaughlln, superintendent. Quality fruits were exhibited and the cakes were of. excellent quality with .five-special prizes creating much interest, said Mrs. McLaugh lin. The prize winners: Angel food cake--Mrs. Frances Falada, Garner, boughLby Robert Finlayson, Mason City; banana cake--Mrs. F r a n c e s Falada bought by The Bachelor Trio Rockwell;' dev ils food cake--M rs. Frances Falida, bought by Roger Patton, Mason City. White Layer cake--Mrs. Falada, XHight by Ralph Lloyd Jones; burnt sugar · cake, Mrs. Falada, bought by M. C. Lawson, Mason City, The American Crystal ,Sugar Company of Mason City gave a 10 pound bag of sugar to each of the following: Mrs. H. E. Hitter, Nora Springs, best jelly; Dorothy Friedllne, Plymouth, best preserves, and Mrs. Blanch Dvorak, Plymouth, best jam. For chiffon cake, Mrs. F, W. Obrecht of Thornton won first prize and a Betty 'Crocker silver cake plate. A gold medal cook book and second prize went to Mrs. Frances Falada. Mrs. Agnes Simper of Garner won a cake server for third prize. Daily Lunches to 1,802 Last School Year An average of 1,802 students front'10 Cerro Gordo' County schools participated In the dally lunch program during the 3951-52 school year, according to statistics released by the Iowa Department ol Public Instruction. Of the 305,587 lunches served during the school year, only 7,472 were free. The Cerro Gordo County school year for 1951-52 ran from Sept. 2 through the mWdlo of May. Of tho total-number of lunches served, 252,971 included milk, while 26,383 were served without milk Tho remaining figure--18,761--was the Typo C'lunch in which only milk, was served.' The federal government, through state agencies, · contributed $12,238,18 towards tho lunch program. The largest income -- $70,472,20 came from the 'students paying for Iheir own lunches. Adults, includ ing teachers, paid $4,701.58 for meals. The total income from Ihe Corro Gordo County lunch program was $B7,775.25. Cost oC food, equip ment, labor and other expenditures cnm'c to ?8i,819.08,-- Schools taking part in the program'were: Meservey Consolidated, Falls Township Consolidated, Plymouth Consolidated, Swalcdale Consoli d n t o d, .Thornton Consolidated C!eir Lake, Ventura and the Lime Creek School No, 8. Mason City schools pnrtlclpatinf, in the program were tho Monroe and Roosevelt ·Schools, There's Only "on* Wh«Un ST. L O U I S , Mo." UP--Mayor Joseph Darst Is looking for an of- "lclal greeter. A "festival of prag- ·css" will bo held here next summer to commemorate the 150th an- liversary of the Louisiana Pur- TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! 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