The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 25, 1950
Page 3
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 195fl BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS PACE fHRZE District Fair Winners \ Swine Division— Tickle and Hen son Farms of Dy •rsburg, Tenn., made a clean sweep of all divisions of the Black Poland China section In the Swln« Depart ment of the Northeast Arkansas District Pair which ended yesterday, a check-up of (he remaining esults In that department revealed morning. In addition to taking all 15 first prizes offered In the Black Poland Chins section, Tickle and Henson Farms also were owners of the Junior, senior and grand champion boars and sows In this section. Morris Vincent of Campbell. Mo., dominated (he Duroc section with nine first places out of the possible 14. lu addition, Mr. Campbell owned five of the six champions In this section — the Junior and grand champion boar and the junior, sen ior and grand champion sow. I-,. H. Autry of Burdette was the owner of the ether champion in this section—the senior champion boar In the Hampshire section, C. I Jones of Maiden, Mo., and Jess Fradenburg, 3. Peebles of Sniithvllle waged a close j tattle for top honors with both taking six of the 14 first prices. In addition, Mr. Jones had three second places, two thirds, two fourths and a fifth while Mr. Peebles was aN'.-mtec! two seconds, three thirds and a fifth. Four of the champions in the Hampshire section—the Junior, senior and grand champion boars and the Junior champion sow—were the property of Mr. Peebles, while the remaining two ribbon winners—the senior and grand champion sow — belonged to Mr. Jones. Following are. the pri« winners in the Swine Department not pre- •jsfously listed '. • •• JMirk Poland China Aged boar—Tickle and Henson. 1 Junior yearling boar—Tickle and Henson, 1; Guy Lessenberry, 2. Senior boar pig—Tickle.and Henson, I. Senior spring boar—Tickle -and Henson, 1 and 2; Lawson Garner. Campbell, Mo., 3. Junior spring boar — Tickle and Henson, 1 and 2. Aged sow—Tickle and Henson, 1. Senior yearling sow—Tickle^and Henson, 1. Junior yearling sow—Tickle and Honsol, 1. . Senior sow pig—Tickle and Henion, 1. Senior spring sow pig—Tickle and Henson, 1 and 2; Garner, 3 and 4. Junior spring sow pig—Tickle and Henson, 1. Young herd—Tickle and Henson, 1 and 2; Garner 3. Get-of-slre—Tickle and Henson, 1 and 2; Garner, 3. Produce of dam—Tickle and Henson, 1 and 2; Garner, 3. Breeder feeder litter—Tickle and Henson, 1 and 3: Garner, 2. Duroe* i,i Aged boar"— Morris Vincent, 1 yfrenneth Walker, Mayfleld, Ky., 1 ' Senior yearling boar — Bobbie Simmons, Dell, 1; Dr. Moore, Haj- H. Mo., 3. Junior yearling boar—Autry, 1 Moore, 1 -And 3. • Senior boar pig—Vincent, 1. Senior spring boar—Vincent, 1 James Green, Campbell, Mo., i; K Wilier, 3. Junior spring boar—Vincent. 1 Green, 2; Arkansas State College Jonesboro, 3; K. Walker, 4; Ray monci Walker. Mayfield, Ky., 5. Aged sow—Vincent, 1. Senior sow pig—Autry, 1 ; Moor* 1 and I; Vincent, 4 and »; K. Walker, «. Senior spring »w pig—Vincent, \ and 3; Arkansas State College, J; Green, t and 5, Junior sprint «ew pig—Vincent, 'D. Walker, 2; Green, 3 and S; Arkansas State College, 4 and «. Young her*—Vincent, 1; Moore, i; Green, 3. 'Oet-of-sire—Vincent, 1; Moore. 1; K. Walker, 3. Produce of dam—Moore, 1; Green, ]; Arkansas State Colletf, 3. Breeder feeder Utter—Green. I; Arkansaa State College, 3; K. Walker, S. HaiaptklrM Aged boar—Jones, 1. Senior yearling boar — Stanley FraSenburg, Manila, 1. Junior yearling boar—Peebles, 1. Senior boar pig—Peebles. 1 and J. Senior spring boar — Peebles, 1; Fradenburg. 2. Junior spring boar — Peebles, 1; Fradenburg, 2; Jonas, 3. Junior yearling sow—Jones. 1 and 2; John Hess, Batesvllle. 3. Senior sow pig — Frader and 2; Lemon Half ore, 3; Jones, 4 and 5; Hess, « Senior spring sow pig—Peebles, 1; Fradenburg, 2; Jones, 3 and 4; Halford, 5 and 6. Junior spring sow pig—Jones, and 2; Peebles, 3 and 5; Fradenburg 4; Halford, 6. Yoving herd—Jones. 1; Peebles, 1 Produce of dam—Jones, 1: Fra denburg, 2; Peebles, 3T Get-of-slre — Jones, 1; Fraden 3iirg, 2; Peebles, 3. Breeder feeder Utter—Peebles, 1 Jones. 2; Fradenburg, 3. Hobby Display— Winners In the hobby dlspla which was set-up in the booth form in the Main Exhibit Building, wer Ewell Blockwell Has Appendicitis CINCINNATI, Sept. 25. (AP) — Ewcll Blickwcll, Hie Cincinnati Reds' star pitcher, will be optraUd on for nppendlcilla today. He was slrlcVcn about two o'clock (his morning while going with the club to St. Louis. • BInckwell, who pitched Cincinnati to a victory over the I'lllsburgh Pirates In the first gome of a double-header yrstordny, was removed from (he train at Indianapolis. He WM brought to Cincinnati in an Ambulance. Br. Reed smith, club physician and surgeon, vVIll operate some time during Ihe day. Gabc Paul, club secretary, announced. Quake Jart Cret* ' ATHENS, Greece, 5«pt. J*. (ft— borne 400 houses were damaged and five person* were Injured by >n iaulu[iiake which struck eastern Crete Saturday, press dispatcher said today, "GREAT LOVERS"—The late Rudolph Valentino, left, legendary "great lover" of the screen during the 1920's, is impersonated by actor Anthony IJexter, right, in the forthcoming moving picture, "Valentino." Intimates ot.the original Valentino say Dextcr's resemblance to him is remarkable. announced yesterday by Mrs. M. M Coates. who with her husband spon sored the event. Because of the difficulty of class ifyinff the variety of hobbies dls played prizes were not given on first-second-thlrd basis. Instead th hobbles were ranged in groups wl the owner receiving a cup, .blue ri bon or red ribbon depending on tl group his entry was placed In. N cash prizes were awarded. One of the features and a cu winner In this hobby group was laborate layout, of Oscar Harda- vay of Blvtheville, depicting the lattle of DunXIrque fey means of miniature soldiers, ships and fight- ng machines. This is the second year for this event and.much more Interest was ihown than had been expected. Its iponsors stated that because of this nterest It was quite possible that cash awards would be given next year. This years winners and the group n which their entry was placed are as follows: Model airplanes — Don Wallace, 81ytheville, cup; Tony Little. Bly- thevllle. red ribbon; Howe]] Boyd, Blytheville, blue ribbon. Old wooden work tools — James Brooks. Blytheville, blue ribbon. Sketches and drawings—Llnwood He iron, Blytheyilfe, cup; Ho well Boyd, blue" ribbon;^ Roger Sudbury, Blytheville, red ribbon. Stamps and scrap-books — Boyd. cup; Roland Mitchell, Blytheville, blue ribbon; Mrs. J. p. Jarrett, Blytheville. red ribbon. Handicrafts-Larry Evertt. Blytheville, cup; Mr. Marshall, Yarbro. blue ribbon; James Hill, Luxora, red ribbon. Collection (anything) — Mrs. Joe Selbert. Blytheyille, cup Tor collection of vases; Johnnie Johnson, Blytheville. blue ribbon for collection of salt and pepper shakers; Mrs. Lee Stiles, Blytheville, red ribbon for collection of bird models. 'Burma Surgeon' Retained in Prison RANGOON, Burma, Sept, 25. (AP)—A Burmese court today ordered the American missionary doctor, Gordon S. segravc, to spend another two weeks in prison pending his trial on high treason charges Oct. 8. Seagrave, famous as the author of "Burma Surgeon," looked tired and thinner as he appeared before the special tribunal. Today's court action was required under Burmese law In order that authorities might continue to hold him until his trial Defense lawyers have attempted unsuccessfully to gain his release on th« ground of ill health. He was arrested Aug. 20 and charged with aiding Karen rebels. 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