Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 10
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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1O Aug. 24, Wl Mai** Cltjr Glohc-GiselU, Mtion Cll;, U. Bassett 4-H Girl First in \ Style Revue NASHUA-- Mary H,Schlacler of the Bassett Happy Hour 4-11 club won the style revue at the Big Four 'Fair here and will represent Chickasaw County at the Slate Fair..Other blue ribbon winners were Donna Michael, Beulah Jo1m- son, Betty Young and Wilnia Buckel. Miss Young was the runner-up. Shirley Connor and Harry Hart man oC the Rlchland Happy Henrts 4-H club won tho 'girls 4-H demonstration award with "Large or Small--We; Fit Them All" and will represent the county group at the Stale Fair. Other blue ribbon winners were Lois Dletz and Barbara Smith of the Bradford Busy Bees with "Hems for Hers;" and Mary H. Schlacler and Joyce Roothlcr of the Bassett Happy Hour Club with "Putting New Life in the Old Machine," In the booth display, blue ribbons were awarded to the Fredericksburg Cadets, Boyd VlclorcUcs and Bassett Happy Hour. Tho Bnssctl Happy Hour Club was awarded first prize. Entries in the Ch|ckasaw County girls' 4-H Club show totaled 221, according to Miss Marjorle Sickles, home demonstration hgent, Tho last eruption of Mt, Fuji, Japan's sacred, volcano, was ,ln 1707-8. Gauger Brothers of Floyd Win Nine Purple Ribbons I/. H. Air Force pholo JJOMHEUS RELAX --B-29. Supo'rfort crcwmembcrB of the Fur East Air Forces Okinawa-based 307th Bomb Wing relax at Okinawa with coffee and ciprnrets w h i l e g i v i n g in- tcllig'orico.reports on the giant strike the Oriental Light Metals Company in Northweat Korea J u l y 30-31. Left to right, A1C 'Roger F. Moore Ti tonka, Ja., tail j j u n n e r ; 2m Lt. A r t h u r C. Harding, Brantlcy Aln., bombardier; and 1st Lt. 7!ow and R. Honsley, Stockton, Calif, aircraft commander. Described ri the biggest Suporfort strike of th Korean war, th o Oriental Llgh Metals mission was climaxed wit! a running air battle With Com mil nisi night fighters in which 30711 WHAT'S NEW? MACHINE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE AT YOUR LOCATION Fast -- Accurate -- Economical ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION Machine Bookkeeping Service m-l»t S. W. Phon* 4155-R gunners arc credited with destroying one Red plane. Rites at Elmore for Former Mayor MANLY--Funeral services were held for C. F. Hcnken, !)l, Monday at the Methodist Church at El more, Minn. He is survived by the widow, and two daughters, Mrs M. W. Ogg, Manly, and Mrs. Roger Gcigcr, Minneapolis. Mr. Hcnken was president of the First National Bank at Elmorc, former mnyor, and at one time he wfls owner of the Elmorc Cemcn and Tile Company. Those from Manly who attended the funcrn wero Mr. and Mrs. Ogg, Mr. am Mrs. J. Ogg and LaVoimc, Mrs Joe M u r p h y a n d Mrs. Morris Jolne.i nnrl Diane. Take Honors in Beef Exhibits ^'Achievement Show Ends at Charles City CHARLES CITY -- Lawson and 3avid Ganger, Floyd, carried away ive of nine purple ribbons awarded r or top beef at the 1952 Floyd County Junior Livestock Achievement Show at the Charles City sales barn. The Ganger brothers ook the first four places and eighth place. 'Other purple ribbon winners for beef were Kuxcnc Meyer, Hockford, fifth; Duanc For- sytb, Route i, sixth; Bill Fhibrer, Route 1, seventh and Sandra Schmidt, Floyd, ninth. Showmanship winners were Dean Rittcr, rural, Charles City, swine; ilillary Ivcs, Floyd, sheep; Keith Lackorc, Colwell, dairy; Bill Finn- rer, Route l, beef, and Larry Crnndall, Route 2, colt, in thu beef heifer division, Betty Jean Ganger, Roekford, took first and fourth place with two blue ribbons for A n g u s breed. Other beef heifer winners were: Betf Heifsrs Win Rodney Burnett, Rudd, Hereford red ribbon; Roland Danl, Floyd Hereford, red; Blil Frcvcrt, Rudd Hereford, red; Jim Freyert, Iludd, Hereford, red; Ronald Jorgeiiscn Rudd, Hereford, blue; Larry Smith, Route - 2 , Hereford, red; Terry Smith, Route 2, Hereford, red; Gary Vala, Route \, Hereford, blue; Jackie Mnrrs, Rockford, Shorthorn, blue; Nancy Mitchell, Route 1, Angus, blue. In the Angus lightweight division, Bill Fluhrcr, Route .1, look lop place and a blue ribbon. .Other awards went to Dorla Krumrey, Route 2, white; Robert Lcgei, Nashua, red; David Lulz, Route 2, red and blue; Harlan Lulz, Route 2, red; Billy Mitchell, Route 1, blue; Robert Mitchell, Route 1, red; Morris Parcher, Roekford, blue; Andy rrcslon, Marble Rock, white; Richard Sharp, Route 1, blue; Ar- DISCHARGED--T. Sgt. Lee Robbins of Good«ll has received his honorable discharge and arrived homa from Reece Air Force Base at Lubbock, Tex, During his s e r v i c e ho spent much time on Guam and in Japan. He is a son of Mr. -and Mrs. Lee Robbins of Goodell. i In Savings On Food Costs Alone! You can save money and eat better with a new Electric Food Freezer. You buy fruits and vegetables in season when prices are low, and quality is high. And if you have your own garden the savings are even greater. You can save on meats, loo, by purchasing in quantity. There's always plenty of food in the house for unexpected guests when you own a Food Freezer. You can prepare pastries and complete meals weeks in advance . . . keep lunches and leftovers frozen until needed. And you enjoy your favorite fresh foods the year around. You save on shopping trips and meal preparation --as well as saving enough on your food bills to pay for the Freezer itself. Come in today, let us show you how you can live better . . . actually save money . . . by owning an Electric Food Freezer. PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC Strv/ny Norf/i Central lowa't Cities, Towns and Forms. · nold Voolkcr, Route '.}, bluo; Alvin Wilson, Route 2, while, and Claii Wilson, HouLc 2, blue. In the Angus heavyweight division, Lawson Ganger, Floyd, look first place with a blue ribbon. Other awards went to Byron Bur- Inglon, Rudd, blue; David Ganger, ^loyd, blue; Lawson Ganger, ''loyd, blue; Ronald Jorgonson, I mid, red; Robert Lcgol, Nashua )lue; Donald Mitchell, Route 1, )lue; Jim Mitchell, Route I, red; vlarion Voclker, Route 3, red; Madeline Wilson, Roule 2, blue; "Jliarlcs Woodiwiss, Rudd, red, am lillis Brothers, Floyd, blue. Shorthorn Awards Awards in the Shorthorn light veighl division were as follows: D u n n e ' U m - n c t t , Rudd, rod; Jlocl icy Burnett, Rudd, red; Charles 3ight, Floyd, red; Lawson Gauger Floyd, bluo; Larry Hirsch, Route 1 jlue; Dean Holmes, Nashua, red Eugene Meier, Hockford, blue Mary Mitchell, Route 1, blue Merle . ..Kruger, Marble Kock white; Robert Mitchell, Route 1 )lue; Larry Ncir, Greene, white James' Schmall, Nashua, while Arnold Voelker, Route 3, red; Lc roy Wil/cl, Floyd, white, and Le !and Wulff, Floyd, red. In the Hereford lightweight divj sion awards went to the following lompctilors: Harlan Brandau, Norr Springs, red; Loren Brandau, Nor; Springs, red; Dennis Gorman Roule 2, white; David Hammond Nashua, red; Hillis Brothers, Floyd two blues; Douglass Hobbs, Rudd, red; Hilary Ives, Floyd, blue; Johr Ives, Floyd, bine; . Keith Kuhle meier, Roekford, red; Beverly Lutz, Route 2, white; Harlan Lutz Route 2, reel; Jean Lutz, Route 2 white; Doris Meier, Hockford, blue and Leroy Witzcl, Floyd, white. Beef heifers awards were: Rod ney Burnett, Rudd, red; Rolanc Danl, Floyd, red; Bill Frcvert Rudd, red; Jim Frcvcrt, Riidd red; Ronald Jorgcnsen, Rudd blue; Larry Smith, Route 2, red Terry Smith, Roule 2, red; Garj Vala, Route 1, blue; Jackie Marrs Hockford, blue; Betty Jean Gau ger, Roekford, two blues; Nancj Mitchell, Route I, blue. Heavyweight Winners Awards in the Shorthorn heavy weight division went to Roy Bier schenk, Nashua, red; Richan Brunnur, route 2, red; Duanc Bin nelt, Rudd, while; Robert Dight Floyd, red; Hillis Brothers, Floyd bluo; Harold Jorgensen. Ruck white; Darwin Krumrey, Route 2 white; Jackie Alarrs, Rockforc blue; George Mitchell Route I , red Donald Mitchell, Route .1, blue Jim 'Mitchell, Route 1, red an blue; Robert Mitchell, Route ] blue: Sandra Schmidt, Floyd, re and blue. Awards in the Hereford heavy weight class went to Donald Bahl man, Greene, red; Kenneth Elliot Route 2. Blue; Duanc Forsytl Roule I, two blues; K a t h r y n Frank oilfield, Route 1, blue; David Gai STEELDON 18 jewels. Sweep seconds. Stainless steel case. Scaled against m o i s t u r e a n d dirt. $62.50 CONVil^lfNT TCBMS WATCHES Blanchartt^ DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET er, Floyd, two blues; David Hamond, Nashua, red; May Marie ansen, Route 3, bluo; Hillis rothers, Floyd, red; L a r r y irsch, Roule 1, blue; Beverly ohnson, Route 1, bluo; M a r y Mit- icll, Route 1, blue; Morris Parch- r, Roekford, red; John Ransom, oulc 3, red; Donald Rescr, Floyd, ed; James Schmall, Nashua, red, nd Donald Wheat, Route 3, red. In the Hereford medium weight ivision awards went to Roy Bicr- chfink, Nashua, red; David Birk- olz, Marble Rock-, white; Patricia irkholx, Marble Rock, while; ill Fluhrcr,' Route 1, blue; Duane orsylh, Route J, blue; Mary Ann ansen, Route 3, blue; Douglas obbs, Rudd, red; Bobby Inman, !oyd, rod; Barbara Johnson, oute 1, blue; Darwin Krumrey, Unite 2, red; Duane Lines, Nasha, red; Jackie Marrs, Rocktord, kie; Kugcnc Meier, Rockford, lue; Nancy Mitchell, Route 1, red; ennis Parcher. Roekford, red; Jim Shankland, Floyd, red, and Leland Wulff, Floyd, red. Group Winners In Ihc group of five competitions the Ulster Straight Shooters walked away with all the first prizes. In the Ifereford group of five, the Ulster Straight Shooters took first; Riverlon's Good Cheer, took second, and the Floyd Farmers took third. In the Angus group of five, the Ulster Straight Shooters won first, St. Charles Feeders placed second, and the Colwell Comets, placed third. ' !n the Shorthorn group of five the Ulster Straight Shooters placed first and the St. Charles Feeders placed second. In the mixed group of five the Ulster Straight Shooters won first place, St. Charles Feeder, second, and the Floyd Farm ers, third. D I E S IN O R E G O N NASHUA -- Word was received here Saturday from Charles Moody, Portland, Ore., businessman here a few years ago, that Mrs. Barbara Moody, 30, an expectant mother, and wife of his grandson, James Moody, also of Portland, had been killed in an auto, accident by a car driven by a drunken driver. James' father, Owen, a former Nashua man, was also killed during the past year when he was struck by a piece of steel while working in the shipyards. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rielema and family, who have been at Clara City, Minn., for the summer, % r isited the Ray Gifford and Art Rictermi homes before returning to Grand Rapids, Mich. CALL 731 G.I. 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