Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 31, 1963 · Page 11
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 11

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, July 31, 1963
Page 11
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Lane Blue Ribbon Winners Listed DIGHTON -* Some 180 4-H'crs received blue, red or white ribbons fur exhibits in the L a n t County Fair. Juci^in.; of 4-H exhibits <v a . c Wednesday and yestenlay. The list of blue ribbon winners: WOODWORKING — D u a n e Aaams (5), Richard West, ,lny Lawrence, Richard Sriimiecl. Oarv Wilson, all Shields Jay HjSwks'; Jerry Schmalzried, Robert Coolcy (2), David DunocXcr (8),' Randy .Cooleyt Dick Jennl- sbn,- Healy SUnfloxycrs. ',CLOTHING — Nancy Guthrip De Anne McKenna, Aran Jean Smith (reserve champion). (2), Sharon Schmalzried, Gaylc Yost, Marilyn Yost (grand .champion), Marsha Schmalzried. Peggy .Burnett all Dig h t,o n Golddig- gers; Susan Heath (2). Judy West grand champion (2), Janis West (3 grand champions) (1 reserve ohampion-i all Spring Creek Eager -Beavers; Jacque Edmundson. Linda Lawrence (t grand champions) (2 r c.s e r v e champion), Peggy Lawrence (2 grand' champion) (reserve Champions), .Karen West (1 grand champion; (1 reserve champion), all Amy Aggies; Shary Adams* 'Betty: Gra'eff (2), Beatrice Korrtdsburg (2.),. Mary •Adams, Connie- Hanks (reserve champion) (2), Joy Lawrence (2), all Shields Jayhawks; Pam Jcniiison (2), Margaret Shay 'i.2\ Cheryl Zink .(2 grand cham- pjon) (1 reserve champion), all Ki-aly Sunflowers. '. FOOD PREPARATION — Jacquo Edmundson (3 state f a-i r bjue ribbons), Amy-Aggies; Arab. Jean Smith (3), Diana, Guthrje (slate fair blue ribbon), Darnel Richards (2 stale. fair, •.blue ribbon, c ), Toni Horn-(state" fair blue .fibbon), De Anne McKenna, all Golddiggers. ... Carolyn Heath (2 state fair •blue ribbons), (1); Carol Shaffer (s ate fair blue ribbon), Roberta .Shaffer (stats fair blue ribbnn) (1), Judy West (state-fair blue ribbon) (2), Shirley Heronemus, Manlyn H c-a t h, Judy Steinle (:t£le iair blue ribbon), Maisha Schwattz (state fair blue ribbon), Billy McLeish, Gary Heronemus (2), Alan Randecker (state fair blue ribbon), all Eager Beavers. ers. Terry Jordan (state fair blue ribbon), Ellen Louise Roberts (2), Beatrice Romeslnirs, Richard Sdimejd (2), Jill" Harik* (state fair blue ribbon) Duane ' Adams. Rose Mary James, | Mona Adams, Betty Graeff (2), Din no Jame.s (state fair blue ri-Wmn) (1),'all Jayhawks. Margaret Shay (2 state fair blue ribbons), Lois Jenniton, ] Mary Lu Peck (state fair blue libbon) (I), Delilah Shay, Sharon Crfctnor, Susie Donecker Be- limla Kelch (2), Elma Sue Kelch 12), breanda Sharp, all Sundew- trs. PHOTOGRAPHY — Peggy Burnett (2 reserve champion) ^2), Golddiggers; Gary Heronemus, Eager Beavers; Forrest Ehmke, Aggies. FIELD CROPS AND GARDEN —Rex Gunthcr (reserve cham- yfon), Gregory Peck (state fair blu« ribbon) (t), Diana Guthrio (slate fair blue ribbon), Peggy Burnett (reserve champion), Nancy Guthne (grand cham- pi'ni) ; Arlen Yost, all Golddig- gcr.<; Roland Zink (grand champion), Richard Hawk, Jerry Schmalzried, all Sunflowers; Judy Sleinle and Eddie McLeish. both Eager Beavers; Paul Flomesburg Jayhawk. SHEEP _ Mitchell' Eaton (1 grand champion) (2 reserve champion) (1), Thomas West (3), Gary Wilson (grand champion) (1), Richard West, all Jayhawks. FOOD PRESERVATION-Peg- j!y Burnett (2), Golddlgger. HOME IMPROVEMENT —Carolyn Ehmke (champion), Karen West (reserve chainpioft), Connie Spear (2), Amy Aggies; Delilah Shay, Sunflowers. BOOTHS — Shields Jayhawks (grandchampion), Eager Beaver,; (reserve champion), A m y Ai't'ieB. Healv Sunflowers MEAL SERVICE -> Diana Dutoit (gian,i ciia'mpion) (5), Marsha Schir.alzried (reserve champion) ;2i, Ocuia. Maughlin (reserve champion) (2), Marilyn Yost (granc: champion),' Peggy Burnett (;• e s c r v e champion) Carolyn Ehmke (reserve champion) (4>, Connie Speer. Gayle Yost (rest'jve champion) (2), ,G o 1 d d i g t r s; Susan Heath (grand, reserve champion) (2), Eager Beavers; Lonnie Hanks (reserve champion) (4); Joy Lawrence (grand champion) (4), DeAnnn Towftj (4), Jodcne Jor- dun, Mary Adams, Jayhawks; Rnlna C i a m e r (grand champion), Cheryl Zink, Sunflowers. SNTOMOLOOY - Forrest Ehmke (grand champion), Aggie":. REPORTERS NOTE BOOK Connie Hanks, Jayhawks. SECRETARY'S BOOK _ De- Anna Towns, Jayhawks. SW'NE - Jeff Painter (grand reserve champion), Sunflowers; Rex Gunther (grand, reserve champion) (3), Kelvin McKenna, Golddigers; Forrest Ehmke (grand, reserve champion) (3), Jimmy Holmes (grand, reserve champion) (3), Aggies'; Alan Would Train Negroes, Whites PHILADEsPHIA (AP)-A Negro pastor has set in motion a plan to creat an Opportunities Industrialization Center that will train thousands of Philadelphia Negroes — an:l, too, if they desire—in such skills as engineering, drafting electronics, chemistry and cabmetmaking. The Rev. Leon H. Sullivan said at an organizational meeting at his Zlon-Baptist Church that the project will be called "Opportunities, Jnc" with its purpose "the training and retraining of our people by ourselves. 1 ' HO said he hopes to get the center opened by Sept. 1 and will seek public and foundation funds for its support. "We are not waiting and longer for others fo train our own people," th c Rev. Mr. Sullivan told a group of 100 Negro technicians, "we have been waiting all these years and now we're going to do it ourselves." Page 11 (Jitnlcn City Wtdrrtiday, July 31, 1963 The management of Meramec Caverns in Stanton, Mo., has hired dozens of college boys to drive th e bats from the cave and then put up a screen to keep them out. They r e calling it "Operation Corn-bat." Randeclwr (2). James Randock- er (grand, reserve champion; Eager Beavers. POULTRY—Judy West (grand champion) (2), Jiinuvs Kamlivk- er, (reserve champion) (2), Eager Beavers; Diana Dutoit, Tommy West, Golddiggers. RABBITS - Shlr!-ay Heronemus (grand c h a m p I o n), Jay Steinle (reserve champion), Judy Steinle, En^er Beavers; Brent Dutoit, Golddiggers (2); C. D. Shyll, Angles. BEEF — Vance Ehmke (grand champion), Curtis Thomas (reserve champion), (2), Gary Doll (gfand champion), Steven Doll (nsserve champion) (2), <Ccrrv Owen (champion), Aggie*; Jill Hank g (c h a m p i on), Connie Hanks, (2), Van Hanks, Jay- hawks; Bryant Schultz (champion), Gregory Peck (champion), Golddiggers; Carolyn Thomas, Eager Beavers. DAIRY — Jill Hanks (champion), Connie Hanks, Van .Hanks (grand champion) (2), Jayhawks HORSES—Janice Yatcs (champion) (2), DeAnna Towns (reserve cliamplgn (3). Dudley Towns (3), Earl Dean Wilson, Michell E a t o n, Connie Hanks (grand champion), Richard Wssl Jayhawks; Kerry Owen, Shane Messenger (reserve champion), Karen West, Pliiljp Sehilll, Ag- gies; Rex Gunther (champion) (2), Golddiggers. Kennedy Wants Action On Tax Cut Measure WASHINGTON (API-President Kennedy called again today for congressional action on the administration's tax cut bill. House Speaker John W. McCormack, D-Mass., told reporters the President stressed, at a White House meeting with congressional leaders, th e need for getting the bill to thc House floor for debate an enactment at the earliest possible date. McCormack said he, was hopeful the House Ways and Means Committee, would send the bill to til.i floor. We Bought A Carload of Hotpoint Washers & Dryers At A Great Savings! You Save Too! CHECK These Outstanding Features! All Porcelain-Inside and Out Large Capacity Tub Underwater Lint Filter Deep Tub Wash Action 3 Cycle Dial for All Fabrics ONLY HOTPOINT GIVES YOU AN "ALL PORCELAIN" WASHER - - - AT NO EXTRA COST. ALL Hotpoint Appliances Backed up by 90-Day SATISFACTION GUARANTEE PLUS REGULAR WARRANTY Carload Priced at only--- W.9.T. LB 330 MATCHING DRYER now only $ 128*88 W.Q.T. Laughlin Electric 214 N. Main GARDEN CITY KANSAS BR 6-4152 1 */ SNUFFY SMITH STEVE CANYON, I'M OOlNfl TO MAKE YOU RS<*RET THAT >'OU WEBS EVER WUNi) OI.JON TAKE IT TONIiSHT THE RYAl,. 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