The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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BLT'IHEVUXJI (ARU.) SKV'l". Livestock Show OfficiallyOpened By 4-H Club Day Washington County Girl Wins Top Honors With Angus Calf MTTLE ROCK Wt—A Washington county girl took top honors al 4-H Club Day cf Hie Arkansas Livestock Show yesterday wilh Iier entry of a 15-monlh-old, 880-poum Aberdeen Angus calf. In the first serious business con ducted on the opening day of the 13th annual show, -l-l! Clubbei LaVonnc Phillips exhibited lh< grand champion steer In the Jun lor division, defeating an entry of /ered by Harvey Taylor of Pres cott, a Future Farmers of Amer lea member. Before the judging contests, com 125,000 spectators lined the street, of Litlle Rock and North Ltltl Rock to walch the parade officially opening the show. Police Capl. L. V. Witherspoon said only two casualties were reported a.s Ihe crowd sweltered In Ihe 80 degree temperature to view the- procession. A man suffered a minor scalp wound when he was struck by falling glass from a broken window and a young girl was revived without medical attention after fainting while walling for the parade Jo Etart. Coliseum Dedicated Dedication ceremonies were held last night for the new coliseum at the showgrounds, named for Col. T. H. Barton, El Dorado oil man and show booster. The first of 11 rodeo performances was held lasl night In the coliseum, also design ed for 1156 In basketball and other athletic contests. Two t&OO scholarships for 4-F Club service were awarded during the Judging of livestock exhibits which show officials hove rtescrlb ed as the largest In the show's history. J. R. Jones of More, an Arkansa „. ii M. Collcg* freshman, and Wyona Skinner of Greenwood, * Jniversity of Arkansas student, ™n the awards, sponsored by ohn Cella. president of the Ocik- awn Jockey Club at Hot Springs. Cella also awarded two prize icifcrs to outstanding exhibitors, iarbara Siegenthaler of Sebastian County and Marilyn Sulton of Ilndsville, Washington County. Judging Tc:im I'irked Registered dairy heifers were received by Billy Ferguson of Lincoln, Washington County, and John Scott of Scott, Pulaskl County. The leifcrs were awarded by the Amer- .can Dairy Association of "Arkansas. Three boys—Charles neck of Hoiie, Mike Hclmaim of Little Rock and Melvln Raj-born of I.onoke— were picked lo represent the elate in dairy cattle judging next nee- ember at the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. Hailan Brnmmer and Carlton Smith, Vjoth of Moimtalnburg, and Quince O'Kelly of Rudy were members of the Crawford County team which took top honors In general livestock judging. The trio will represent Arkansas at (he American Livestock show at Kansas City. Two North Sebastian County 4-H Club members showed tha chain- Ion group of five Jerseys in the .]! Club Division to win the Or- illc Slegcnlhalcr Memorial Tro- liy. They were Ben Stonnos iind Barbara Slegcnthaler, Klster of the inn in whose memory the trophy was awarded. Another Adlai, In Odd Dress, Chats with HST Aboard Truman Train „, Slevcnson bonrded President Tru man's campaign special for a moment at Stanley, N.D. )l& was dressed as usual—In A. beaded bucksin suit and headdress of feathers. Adlai Is nu Indian, a one-time scout for Ihe Gros Venire tribe. He's believed to be somewhere between ftl and 86 years old. lie supposedly got his English language name when (he grandfather of the present Democratic candidate lor President, also named Adlai fileveruion. was vice president under Orover Cleveland. Ministers Seek Duty at Polls CHARLESTON, W.Va. W> — A feu' weeks ago a special grand Jury Indicted 32 persons here on charges Involving elccv.on irregu- to serve as poll officials In the Inrllles In Iho May 13 primary. Nov. 4 election. Yesterday the Charleston Mtn- jslerlal Association announced 59 of Its members have volunteered to serve as poll officials 111 the Nov. 4 election. 30 from Fishing Boat Are Sought ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands , — American and French ship, searched the Atlantic Ocean cas of the Azores today, looklirg fo 00 persons missing from the For Uiguese fishing vessel Jono Costa which sank last week. A radio message received her said the American freighter Com pass, out of New York, picked u 12 survivors yesterday ami wa continuing the search for others A French ship nnd the U.S. Coas Guard cutter Coos Bay also wer combing the area. Traffic Tolls Up In California SACRAMENTO, Cullf. US—California's yearly traffic accident toll "makes the figures In Korea Insignificant," Oov. Earl- Warren said yesterday. He noted at a meeting of Stale Department heads lhat the yearly deaths are running about 3,000 anil the Injuries at 100,000. Read Courier News Classified Ads Madame Kai-Shek Improves Slowly SAN FRANCISCO Ift — Mme hinng Kai-shek, In Franklin Hostal here for treatment of » skin sorder, is showing little improve- icnl. Mme. Chiang has been In the ospltal since Aug, Ifl. K. \V. Yu, her spokesman, said estcrday she had a bad reaction rom dosages of Anth, a "miracle rug." when she first was hospl- iltzed. Since then her doctors ave been slowly withdrawing the rug. Funeral Today For Paul Allen BROOK LINE, Mass. I/PV— Funeral services will be held today lor Paul Hastings Allen, 68, composer of operas, symphonies nnd other musical forms. He died Sunday In ils home here. Allen composed nine nymphon ies, seven operns, 100 quartets, chamber music and more Ihnn 150 Aonfcs. He WAS president of te Boston Civic Symphony and a co- fonndcr of the American Society Composers and. Conductors. Caffey Robertson Co. to Appear in Person! On the Original WALLY FOWLER Gospel & Spiritual . All Nite Singing Concert Blytheville . 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