Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1957. Indiana Farm Wife Wins Two Top Awards at Live Stock Show CHICAGO (UP) — A raven- haired Indiana farm wife today 1 looked forward to collecting about ; $20,000 and a "farm of our own", on her $100 investment in the] grand champion steer of the International Live Stock Exposition. Mrs. Sue L. Secondino, 19, West Terre Haute, broke into tears ofj joy Tuesday afternoon when her 1,050-pound, white faced steer' named "Honeymoon" captured its second grand championship in a I week. Last Saturday, Honeymoon! won the junior title. Chuck Wood Jr., 16, Spencer,. Iowa, took the reserve grand championship with his 1,050 pound steer named Sena'lor. Swine will be judged in the huge amphitheatre today when the grand champion barrows are named. Also scheduled is judging, of Aberdeen - Angus, Hereford,' Shorthorn and Foiled Shorthorn breeding cattle, and Dorset^ Hampshire, Coriedale and Oxford; sheep. Hides Her Tears Mrs. Secondino made history in', the world's biggest farm show by I becoming the first married woman ; to -exhibit the grand champion since the exposition began in 1900. A crowd of about 5,000 persons watched in silence as veteran cattle judge Dr. A. D. Weber of Kansas State College eyed and prodded the three top steers and then slappd "Honeymoon" across the rump — signifying it was the' king of cattledom. The vivacious young woman tugged Honeymoon to the center of the show ring with one hand and covered her eyes to hide the tears with the other hand. "Wow! Oh. man" she shouted after recovering her composure, and moments later embraced and kissed her husband, Peter, 23, who broke through a ring of photographers to be at her side. Then, they both kissed the steer. SELECT YOUR GIFTS NOW! Sxtra shopping time 'til Christmas-Open all day Wed. Fri. & Sat. night 'til 9 THREE BIG DAYS -THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY USE OUR LAY-A-WAY A Small Deposit Will Wold Your Purchase AWAITING FINALS—A thousand pounds' of white-faced Hereford slimmer yearling is shown calmly awaiting grand champion steer judging at the international Livestock exposition in Chicago. Waiting not so calmly is owner Mrs. Sue L. Secondino, 19, New Goshen, Ind. She and her husband own the animal, named Honeymoon. Also present in the big arena is Indiana's Giov. Harold Handley. (International Soundtihoto) bought the animal 1'or $100 last February while on their honeymoon in San Antonio, Tex. Honeymoon bested more than Gov Harold Handley and Lt. 800 exposition entries in his climb Gov Crawford F. Parker of In-'to the junior and senior titles, diana also stepped into the arena! Another H o o s i e r, Patricia to personally congratulate the Meade, 18, Camden, Ind., captured young people • the Shorthorn championship with "I don't know how to say howj her 950-pound calf, Rowdy. I feel," Mrs. Secondino told-news-! A summer yearling owned by showed a load of 15 Aberdeen Angus steers in the under 1,050- pound class. The reserve title went to Karl & Jack Hoffman, Ida Grove, Iowa. The Hoffmans previously have won seven grand championships in the carload class. Make Your Home A Gift This Christmas At very little cost you can add new cheer and color to your home, An Outstanding Value! 45"-48' DRAPERY FABRICS VALUES TO 1.49 C YD. ;•:?••.! men. "It's just wonderful, I'm so happy." Mrs. Seeondino's total earnings •will be decided Thursday when Honeymoon is auctioned off at Pennsylvania State University and named P.S. Otis won the Hereford reserve title. Scarce CRANSTON, R. I. — After a month-long campaign to' award theater tickets to courteous dri- Kenneth P. Eitel, Greencastle, vers, the Mayor's Traffic Safety Mo., won the reserve Abercen- j Committee reported it had found the Chicago Stock Yards. Last i Angus championship with his n- only one such driver, year's grand champion, owned by I try, and a senior calf owned by Penn State, sold for a record of $20.50 per pound, or a total of $20,397. Her husband said "we'll probably buy a farm of our own" with the money. Another Hoosicr Wins • The steer's name had a special Bru:e Baker, Jonesboro, Ind., won the Shorthorn reserve crown. . In. other judging, J.F. Mommsen & Sons, Miles, Iowa, won their fourth straight grand championship in the carload cattle division. It was the Mommsens eighth win since competition in the category meaning to the Secondinos who 1 opened in 1930. The Mornmsiens It <3ivE"Yo<JESEi-F °P FAVORITE HOME NORWALK SWIVEL ROCKER Comfortable Beautiful Tweeds Gold—Toast—Green Perfect Gift Elsewhere $59.95. Others to $89 $1.00 Holds This Fine Desk and Chair for Christmas time Oak Finish- Piastre Top $27 2 for How Price! coral SMA'RT-MOOflRN . DANISH CHAIRS *29 GIFT LAMPS Specially Priced For Early Santas $Q.79 Up Wall Pulley Lamps 5.79 BRIDGE SETS SPiece 24.79 CARD TABLES 5.79 BERKLINER SPECIAL! Complete with vibrator! $ 89 STOP m AND TRY IT TODAY! 15x27 TURKISH HAND TOWELS 5 , An ideal gift for the home. First quality towels In colorful itripej and solid colors. All full bolts All First Quality All 45" or 48" A sensational purchase! Ueautiful patterns. Our share of a tremendous purchase of. fine quality Drapery Fabrics in the wanted Lurex thread, geld silver and copper overlay p-ints. Bark favorites and novelty fabrics. B & B DOWNSTAIRS STORE IMPORTED LINENS • 'Special Purchase • Wonderful values mmi Imported fancy linens Consisting 'of Scarfs, Chair back sets. Vanity Set* Lunch Cloths, Pillow Cases, etc. RUG SALE •SMlBNDID VALUES All First Quality Your Choice! i 24x36 cut pile fringed rugs i 17x29 Oval Braided Rugs i 18x30 Soft . sponge rubber rugs i 24x70 plaid rag runners SPECIAL PURCHASE ONE YARD SKIRT LENGTHS VALUES TO 2.98 • 60" Wide • Rayon-Dacron Rayons, etc, Make your own. jjci from these beautiful skirt lengths for cnty Jl. Splendid assortment of patterns. MEN! SANTA SAYS, "FOR THAT EXTRA GIFT, GIVE HOSIERY" Hosiery is a gift that any woman can use and will appreciate. We have a • terrific holiday collection of daytime and nighttime sheers in all sizes and the latest fashion shades. Open Friday and Saturday Til 9 SPECIAL OFFERl FIRST QUALITY 60-15 SHEERS Pair For $1 USE OUR LAYAWAY A Smalyl Deposit Holds Your Purchase Beautiful sheer full fashioned 6051 Nylon hose in lovely shades of Beige tone and Sun ton.—sixes-* 3'fi to 11 An id.al Christmas Gift At ci low, low pric. STREUT ROOR FASHION ACCESSORIES For Her Christmas • Jewel Emb. Wool Gloves • Large printed Satin Scarfs • Jeweled Dress-Up Collars • White wool head warmers Famous Name Jewelry 20x40 TURKISH Bath Towels 3 for SI First quality terry bath towels In plain colors and colorful strip* pa Derm. FOR HER CHRISTMAS ROBES $ • Special purchase • Easy care flannel • Sanforized • Plaid-fancy prints 2 A pretty aiuortment of warm flannel robe* in sire 12 1o 20 Fitted end Harad ilyox Zipper end button fronts V/aihabf* colon CORDUROY ROBES Our layaway BeautifuE pinwale corduroy robes in. luicioui colon with loop and turex braid trim. Yoke back — 3«J- sleeves. Button front, Sizes 12-20. STREET! FLOOR 4.99 INFANTS 1.39 CORDUROY CRAWLERS, OVERALLS, SLACKS • Our Reg. 1.39 • All First Quality • Washable Corduroy CRlAiW'LERS-9 mo., to 18 mo. Age 9 m.,-12 mo.,-18 mo. Gripper snap fastener OVERALLS- 2-3-4 Bib overalls with one pocket. Sizes 2-3-4. — Warm and serviceable. BOXER SlACKS-Sizes 3-6 Cute style with 2 pockets and elastic waist band. $1 GIFT SUGGESTIONS • Bouitqjue Jewel Gadgets • Boxed jewelry, earrings, pins, brooches, etc. • Suede Rayon Dress Gloves • Beaded Leather Moccasins • 100% Wool Slipper Sox. • EA. MAIZE RED-AQUA PINK-BLUE Not Exactly Ai Illustrotid FOR CHRISTMAS Gift Him With Socks! DRESS SOCKS Pair For $1 Attractive new Argyle and'fancy cottons in colorful patterns—sizei 10'A to 13. A splendid value at 2 for $1. OUR REG. 9.99 RAYON-NYtON SHEEN GABARDINE SURCOATS • Zip front M • Nylon blend \ shell J • Slash pockets n • Wristlet* Attractive, warm SurCoats with heavy quilted lining, adjustable waist tabs, metal chain hanger and many other features. Colors: Blue and Grey. Men's TV Fold Fin. INITIALED HANKIES Box of 3 3 While Handk.rchi.fi with embroid- eried initioli— 3 in 8'" b°x. Woven $4 Jl MEN'S MED. WEIGHT SWEATSHIRTS • Soft Fleeceback • White and grey • S-M-L Warm and serviceable. Nylon reinforced neck. An outstanding, value. $1 OUR REG. 16.9» MEN'S ALL WOOL SUBURBAN COATS • Full cut' • New Fabrics • Quilted Lining Warm, serviceable all wool quilted lined coats in light grey, med. grey and brown. Get ict far winter with these attractive 100% wool coots, An ideal gift at a low pricu. FOR HIS CHRISTMAS! DRESS SHIRTS & SPORT SHIRTS 2 FOR $3 SPORT SHIRTS 1 Tremendous volue—Beautiful seletcion of San- Forlzed printed flannels, combed woven coltcn ginghams. Hand washable bulk rayons etc— All first quality. All sires S-M-l.XL. Expertly tailored, DftESSSHfRTS Fine quality Sanforized broadcloth in plain colors of blue, grey, green ana" fan. Quality (hirls from a well known manufacturer. B&BSHOE DEPARTMENT "For Her Christmas 7 ' BROCADED SATIN House Slippers • Fur.trim • Soft sola • Blue, Red and Black • Sizes. 4 to 10 Also Beautiful assortment of women's newest brocaded and bet ded leather House Slippers. An idea) Christmas Gift. • Street Floor Rear Boys' Warm and Wearable Sanforized FUNNEL SPORT SHIRTS • Sizes 6 to 16 • Long sleeves • First quality • Sanforized • Limited time only Finely tailored, Sanforized Flannel Sport Shirts — perfect for a cold day. Made from 3 yards of faniy patterned plaids. — Featuring double yokes and pearlized buttons. Sizes 6 to 16. Street Floor Rear BOYS' NEW "PRUtt OF THE LOOM" COTTON SOCKS $1 Colorful plaids and Argyle stripes Reinforced heel and too. An idea BOYS' POPLIN JACKETS ft M ±* • Sizes 6 lo 1 5 • Zipper front • Water Poplin Jackets with flannel tin* ing. Long,sieev«j, checks, stripet and plain colon. An outitanding value.

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