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August 2, 1965

Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 8

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Creensburg (Ind.) Dairy-Newt, Monday, Aug. 2,1965^ TENSION BLAMED BALTIMORE — Muscular tension is believed to be a major cause of light sleeping. SHORT MOVIES HOLLYWOOD—As late as 1912 most movies consisted of one or two reel films. Batterton's Commercial Exhibit AT THE Decatur County Fair AUGUST 2-7 BATTERTON'S WEST SIDE SQUARE PUBLIC SALE Having rented the farm, I, the undersigned, will sell at public auction, 2 miles south of St. Paul to Road 450N and 700W, 10 miles northwest of Greensburg, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 10:30 A. M. FARM EQUIPMENT—International M tractor; International H tractor; International 2-row cultivator; International No. 8 2-14" plow; International 7-foot disc; International 2-row mounted corn planter; International No. 64 combine; International 2-M corn picker; International 2-row rotary hoe; International rotary mower and stalk shredder; International 25-V mower; Farmer's Friend elevator, 40 ft. with 5 h. p. Briggs motor and cradle hoist; Dunham double cultipacker; New Idea No. 17 tractor manure spreader; wagon with flat bed; Continental post-hole drill; Page fence stretchers; iron stalk pole and steel drag. MISCELLANEOUS—36 ft. extension ladders; 14 ft. ladder; 5 ft. step ladder; single shovel plow; double shovel plow; iron kettle and spider; lard press; sausage mill; two 800-bushel round steel and wire Fuller corn cribs; picket corn cribbing; 12'x20' ga- .rage; 10'xl6' 900-bushel grain bin; 16'x20' double 6 r pen hog,bouse; tractor heat houser; tractor wheel weights; tractor umbrella; 3 tarpaulins, 13'xl6', 12'xl6' and 8'xlO'; grindstone; barrel spray pump; pitcher pump; oil tank heater; 100-gallon hog fountain; 5 ton hydraulic jack; hog oiler; 20 rod 9-11-12 fence; chicken equipment; lawn sweeper; lawn roller. TRUCK—International % ton pickup truck with stock rack and grain sides. If not sold before date of sale, will sell IHC tractor, farm implement and truck parts. Lunch Will Be Served By the Ladies of the EUB Church. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. HARRY McKEE Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. Harold Oakley, Cashier. Ralph Williams, Clerk. GET YOUR COPY NOW "Churchill, The Life Triumphant" THE STORY OF THE COLORFUL, DRAMA-PACKED LIFE OF Sir Winston Churchill A 144-page hardcover volume with pictures, prepared by United Press International News Service and American Heritage Magazine. $ 2 Per Copy ON SALE AT Greensburg Daily News Metz Brothers Repeat Hfere As Adult Barrow Shw Ch — Daily News Photo. Gene Fogle with the reserve champion barrow and Bob Metz with the grand champion barrow. The Metz Brothers did it again. At the adult open class barrow show Saturday, at the Decatur County fairgorunds, Phil, Bob, Charles and Jiiri Metz exhibited the grand champion barrow for the fourth time since the show was inaugurated here in 1960. Yorkshire (Pair) — York and The Metz Brothers also exhibited the champion truck load and the champion single barrow class and had the reserve champion pen of two. Running a ciose second in the show for the second consecutive year were Gene Fogle and Loren York who had the champion pen of two and the reserve champion barrow of the show. Fogle also had the reserve champion single barrow. For the grand champion barrow—a 215-pound Hampshire— the Metz Brothers received the silver tray presented annually by Charles Shirk of Shirk's Tree City Supply, and for their truck load of Hampshires they received the trophy from Lowe's Pellets and Grain. As exhibitor of the reserve grand champion barrow—a 220- pound Crossbred Hampshire- York and Fogle were awarded the Ford Abstract Company trophy. All reserve champion entries were awarded rosettes. The Metz Brothers farm in Washington and Fugit Townships and Fogel is a tenant on the York farm on R. R. 1. $250 In Cash Exhibitors from throughout the county participated in the show for a share of the approximately $250 in cash provided by the Blue River Feed Mills of Edinburg, the Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op and Lowe's Pellets and Grain Company. William Nash of Sharpesville served as judge of the show sponsored annually by the Decatur County Pig Chasers Association. Nash was quite complimentary in his remarks concerning the show and the quality of hogs entered. Immediately following the show here Saturday, all first- place entries and the top four placings of the truck-load class with one nominated animal by each of the remaining exhibitors, were forwarded to the Hygrade Meat Corporation, Indianapolis, where a carcass show will be held Friday. A major feature of the show is the cutout information provided by the Hygrade corporation. Placings In Show Placings in the various classes here Saturday, follows: Truck Load Class—Metz Brothers, first; York and Fogle, second; Gene Fogle, third; Gene McCoy, fourth; Hugh Lounden- back, fifth; Leslie Richards, sixth; Leonard Schoettmer, seventh: William Richards, eighth; Charles Whittington. ninth; and Frank Hellmich, 10th. Fogle, first; Gene McCoy, second; William Smiley, third; and John Reiger, fourth. Duroc (Pair)—Donald Deiwert first; Charles Whittington, second; Fred Deiwert, third; Leonard Schoettmer, fourth; and Kenneth Stagge, fifth. Hampshire (Pair) —Metz Brothers, first; Hugh Loudenback, second; Gene McCoy, third; Gene Fogle, fourth; and Leslie Richards, fifth. All Others (Pair)—Sara Win Farms, first; and Metz Brothers, second. In the lightweight single division, placings were: Yorkshire—York and Fogle, first; Gene McCoy,.second; and John Reiger, third. Duroc — Charles Whittington, first; Donald Deiwert, second; Leonard Schoetmer, third; Bob Friedersdorf, fourth; and Floyd Deiwert, fifth. Hampshire — Metz Brothers, first; Gene Fogle, second; Hugh Loudenback, third; Gene McCoy, fourth; and Leslie Richards, fifth. All Others — Frank Hellmich, first; and Sara Win Farms, second. In the heavy single division, placings were as follows: Yorkshire — York and Fogle, first; John Reiger, second; Forrest Stevenson, third; and Charles Stevenson, fourth. Durocs—Leonard Schoettmer, first; Donald Deiwert, second; Kenneth Stagge, third; and Fred Deiwert, fourth. Hampshire — Fred Deiwert School Bus Drivers Meet Called Aug. 10 A safety meeting for schooj bus drivers of the schools in Franklin. Henry, Wayne, Shelby, Rush, Fayette, Union, Decatur Ripley, Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland counties will be helc in the Paul Cross Gymnasium at Shelbyville, on Aug. 10. Bus drivers are to arrive al the meeting site between the hours of 7:30 a. m. and 8 a. m to present their public passenger chauffeur's license to the registration clerk. Each driver will be asked to fill out a registration card upon arrival. This meeting is conducted by the School Traffic Safety Education Division of the State Department of Public Instruction in co-operation with the Indians State Police and other local law enforcement agencies. j _ : . . —, Daily News Ehoto. Bob and Phil Metz with their champion truck of Hampshire hogs. . • Effiott on-Ship In Viet Nain War Commissarymarf Third" Class Robert W. Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Robert' B: Elliott, R. R. 2, iVeslport, is serving aboard the leavy • guided missile cruiser USS; Canberra,...which recently returned to''the Ignited States after? being deployed-to the'Far East with, the Seventh Fleet. While operating with the Seventh Fleet, the Canberra par- ticipateti in naval operations off the coast.of Viet Nam, including providing gunfire support for units of the:U. S,,Marines and the Republic of Viet Nam Army engaged in combat operations against the Viet Cong and giv-J ing .anti-aircraft; protection to other major fleet units., The Canberra, currently serving as a unit of the First Fleet, operates out;of San Diego, Calif. New Point Tavern \ Breakiii Is PrbbW A' dozen pints of wine, four cartons of cigarettes and $4 in pennies were reported missing following a breakin Friday night at Ennebrock's Tavern at New Point. Entrance was gained by prying open a front window sometime after 11 p. m. Friday, according to Deputy Sheriff Bud Tucker, who w.as called Saturday to investigate. — Daily News Photo. Gene Fogle with the champion pair of barrows. They were exhibited by Fogle and Loren York. first; and Sara Win Farms, second. All Others—Floyd Deiwert, Jr., first. Carcass Show Bill White of the Hygrade Meat Corporation outlined plans for the carcass show and extended an invitation to all exhibitors to participate. In the market hog judging contest held in conjunction with the adult barrow show, Ray Orman, vocational agriculture instructor Actor Gary Grant's Marriage Disclosed LONDON (UPI) — Actor Cary Grant, 61, whose marriage 12 days ago to actress Dyan Cannon, 27, was one of Hollywood's and the film world's best kept secrets, today vanished with his bride into the quiet of the English countryside. The silver-haired film idol and his fourth wife slipped away from their Bristol Hotel honeymoon suite shortly after dawn Sunday as news of the marriage was disclosed by the Sunday London Express. Grant, previously married to Woolworth dime store heiress Barbara Hutton and to actresses Virginia Cherrill and Betsy Drake, wed Miss Cannon in Las Vegas, Nev., July 22. at Burney High School, won the men's division with 198 out o: a possible 200 points. He receivec trophy from the Batterton West Side Drug Store. Orman's FFA team from Bur ney, composed of Roger Miers Charles Lane and Dick Best with Steve Davis as alternate won the team division trophy presented by Beeson's Rexall Drug Store. Receiving rosettes were Mrs John Reiger, who won the worn en's division with a score of 137 and Terry Hitchel, son of Mr and Mrs. Calvin Hitchel, who won the youth division with 192 points. There were approximately 85 entries in the judging contest. Now You Know More than 1,100,000 burglaries were reported last year, a 12 per cent increase over 1963, according to the FBI's uniform crime reports. SEE THE Jv NEWEST DIAMOND! STYLES .r'tcsurvecT MESA STAR SET Engagement Ring ....$200.00 Bride's Circlef $ 42.5O. Rings enlarged to short detail. HUNTINGTOK JEWELRY North Side Square Hopes for Profit HUNTINGTON," Eng. (UPI)' '—The Rev. 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