Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 10, 1963 · Page 18
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 18

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 10, 1963
Page 18
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4-H Exhibits Win Ribbons SYRACUSE — The Hamilton County Fair got off to a rousing start Wednesday with the judging ot all 4-H Club exhibits. Here is the list of blue ribbon winners with the number of ribbons won in that division: Food — Judy Smith (2), Ann Jost (2), Marilyn Barrett, Sue Helm, Glonna Herron, Rachell* Herron, Mike Bennett, Joan Hatcher (5), Delite Huff, Rickie Barlow, Connie Jantz, Eddie Baker (2), Tommy Baker, Billie Davis, Lois Youngers. Tommy Baker, Carolyn King, (5), Donna Armstrong (2), Katliryn Baker (4) overall grand champion, Helen Baker (2), Martha Elder, Rose Smith, Carol Smith, Linda Kay Lewi s over-all reserve champion, Joyce Wagner, Jan et Ashmore, Jean Smith, Carol Hatcher, Kathy Gragg (3), Sher ri Bennett, Susan Stoderl (2), Joyce Pieratt (2), Nikki Low (3), Linda Barrett, Virginia Maxfield, Mary Lou Draper, Jean King (2), Judy Helfrich, Patty Smith, Carolyn Schafer, Linda Blake, Linda Donnelly (4), Beth Boy, Charlana Elder. Be«f cattle — Ernest McDaneld (5) and o v e r-all grand champion, Bill Wood reserve champion (5), Eugene Huser (2), Gene McDaneld (2), Jana Forrest (2), Ronald Taylor (2), Terry Boy (2), Susan Thompson, Mason Thomson. Donnie Hatch' er, Janet Ashm'ore, Bill Ashmore, Nancy Ashmore and Doug Guldner. Woodworking — Danny Topse (2) and chamipion, Kcnton Eddy (2) reserve champion, Bill Wood (4) reserve champion, Carl Low, David King, Doug Droegemeier, Linda Lewi s and Dana Wood. Notebooks — Jean King, Bil Wood, Linda Donnelly and Joyce Wagner. Paraguay's President Extends Sfafe of Seige ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) — President Alfredo Stroessner again has extended for 90 days the state of siege that has pre vailed almost continuously for more than 10 years of his dicta torship. The government said the 90-day extension, the usual term, was necessary to guarantee Paraguay ans "their full legal activities in these moments when progress welfare and tranquility rule the country." The state of siege in effect suspends a U constitutional fiuaran tees. —Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Adsl vacation time come* only once • year. You »nd your family deserve to enjoy yourself without « cart in the wftrld, Meet the cost with In hand from friendly B • I • C. Stop In Of phone for the money you need. Bight »w»yl .ZLCEUILZV,® )10 W«s> Cbesrnut, Garde* CHy Open MoH.-Pfl,—».$! Sat. »•! Numb«t BR Swine am! slicep — B o n nio lalchcr. Terry Hatcher, Bobby lelfrich reserve grand chainp- on, Terry Boy (7) grand champion, Beth Boy (2). Crops and gardens — Joyce Wagner, Jean King (2), Peggie King (2), Mack Behrendt (2) re- erve chamipion, Joan Hatcher (3) champion, John Behendt champion and special wheat chamipion, Danny Tope reserve and special inilo champion, and David King. Clothing — IHckic Barlow, Sherry Hartshorn, Diana Lane, Jana Forrest, Marilyn Barrett, Kath'y Gragg (3), Nancy Ashmore (2), Rhonda Jennings (2), Rose Smith (2), Mary Lou Vesper (3), Carolyn King (2). Carolyn Schafler (?,), Regina Gropp (4), Judy HelCcich, Margo Boy (4), Sandra Blair, Joyce Picrcutt (3), Patricia Thompson, Linda Blake (2), Martha Elder, Nikki Low, Jean King, Risa ScJiafor, Charlana Elder (3) reserve champion, Jean Marie Smith (3), Carol Smith (2), Linda Kay Lewis (4), Jean M<ario Smith (3), Alice Vesper (2), Linda Donnelly (3). Bootli s — William Workers, •grand champion; C-4, reserve champion. HaM>ifcs — Linda Barrett (2), Sherry Hartshorn and Marilyn BaiTctt. Poultry — Dnrlene V e c k t, grand champion; Tom Thompson, reserve grand champion. Dairy cattle — Mike Tracy (2), Sandra Maxfield, grand champion. NEW LINCOLN 180-AMP AC WILDER New $110.00 WELDERS SUPPLY Phone BR 6-4861 For Expert Service Sea ... 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