Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 4, 1965 · Page 7
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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

Greensburg, Indiana
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Wednesday, August 4, 1965
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— Daily News Photo. SHEEP SHOW WINNERS — From left to right. Jerry Wiseman, winner of the regular showmanship contest; Tom Crosby, exhibitor of the grand champion market Iamb; and Karen Crosby, runnerup in the expert showmanship contest. Wins Top Showmanship Contest— Kendall's Lamb Champ For 3rd Year in Row Showing in the 4-H sheep show j year, according to Ralph Kenat the Decatur County Fair forj dall, superintendent of the show, the final time this year because i David Barker; 5th, Debbie Cros- of the age requirement, Robert | by . Kendall had the grand champion j Serving as judge again this ewe lamb for the third straight year Tuesday, permanently retiring the Charles M. Fenley Family rotating trophy. Kendall, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kendall of R. R. 7. also again won the expert showmanship contest, for which he received a trophy provided by the Farm Bureau Insurance De- year was George Harrell, a sheep raiser from Bargersville. Champions and placing in the various breeds were as follows: Hampshire Champion Ewe Lamb—Karen Crosby. Reserve Champion Ewe Lamb —David Barker. Single Ewe Lamb—1st, Karen partment. Other major winners in the first livestock judging at the fair were Jerry Wiseman, who cap- ) Crosby: 2nd, Tom Crosby; 3rd, David Barker; 4th, Debbie Crosby: 5th, Barbara Eddelman. Pen of Two Ewe Lambs—1st, tufed the regular showmanship Karen Crosby; 2nd, Barbara Ed- contest; Tom Crosby, who j delman; 3rd, Tom Crosby; 4th, showed' the grand champion in David Barker: 4th, Debbie Cros- the fat lamb division; and Karen Crosby, runnerup in the expert showmanship__ contest. Single Yearling Ewe — 1st, David Barker. Pen of TwoYearling Ewes — Wiseman" received a" trophy 1st, David Barker, from the Greensburg Junior Single Fat Lamb—1st, Tom Chamber of Commerce; Tom j Crosby; 2nd. Karen Crosby; 3rd, Crosby was recipient of the tro-1 avid Barker: 4th, Debbie Cros- phy provided by Lowe's Pellets by. & Grain; and Karen Crosby won Pen of Three Fat Lambs—1st, the Greensburg Rotary Club tro-j Tom Crosby: 2nd, Karen Crosby; phy. I 3rd. Debbie Crosby. In the regular showmanship contest. Dennis Thackery was runnerup. Marilyn Wiseman was | Theobald. Cheviots Champion Ewe Lamb—Wayne third and Debbie Crosby fourth. All received blue ribbons. Receiving red ribbons in this competition were Barbara Eddelman, and Wayne. Laura and Denise Theobald. Recipients of white ribbons were Tom Cherry. Dale Tarplee and John Tarplee. Other placings in the expert showmanship contest, for winners of the regular event only. were: Tom Crosby, third; David Barker, fourth; and Jerry Wiseman, fifth. The number of exhibitors of sheep was up somewhat this Reserve Champion Ewe Lamb —Laura Theobald. Single Ewe Lamb—1st, Wayne Theobald; 3rd, Denise Theobald. 3rd. Laura Theobald. Pen of Two Ewe Lambs—1st, Denise Theobald; 2nd, Wayne Theobald. Single Yearling Ewe — 1st, Wayne Theobald; 2nd, Laura Theobald; 3rd, Denise Theobald. Pen of Two Yearling Ewes— 1st, Laura Theobald. Sinele Fat Lamb—1st, Marilyn Wiseman; 2nd, Jerry Wiseman. Pen of Three Fat Lambs—1st, Jerry Wiseman; 2nd, Marilyn Wiseman. Suffolk Grand Champion Ewe Lamb —Jerry Wiseman. Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Lamb—Marilyn Wiseman. Single Ewe Lamb—1st, Marilyn Wiseman; 2nd, Dale Copeland; 3rd, Jerry Wiseman; 4th, Joseph Copeland; 5th, Robert Copeland; 6th, John Tarplee; 7th, Tom Cherry. Pen of Two Ewe Lambs—1st, Marilyn Wiseman; 2nd, Jerry Wiseman; 3rd, Tom Cherry. Single Yearling Ewe—1st, Marilyn Wiseman; 2nd, Jerry Wiseman. Pen of Two Yearling Ewes— 1st, Marilyn Wiseman; 2nd, Jerry Wiseman. Single Fat Lamb—1st, Jerry Wiseman; 2nd, Marilyn Wiseman: • •••• • • •• Pen of Three Fat Lambs—1st, Jerry Wiseman; 2nd, Marilyn Wiseman. Corriedale Grand Champion Ewe Lamb- Robert Kendall. Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Lamb—Dennis Thackery. Single Ewe Lamb—1st, Robert endall; 2nd, Dennis Thackery. Pen of Two Ewe Lambs—1st, Robert Kendall. Single Yearling Ewe—1st, Robert Kendall. Single Fat Lamb—1st, Robert Knedall. Pen of Three Fat Lambs 1st, Robert Kendall. HIGH TV TOWER NEW YORK — The world's tallest building, the Empire State in New York, has a television transmitter and antenna on top of its 102-story tower. ABOVE — Bill Sailor, manager of Minear's, Inc., presents award to Susie Scheidler, reserve grand champion of Senior Dress Revue at the 4-H Fair. SUSIE SCHEIDLER WINS CHICAGO TRIP Miss Susie Scheidler, reserve champion in the senior dress Revue at the Decatur County Fair Monday night, received as her award a two-day all-expenses paid trip to Chicago. The trip, sponsored and conducted by Minear's, Inc., will take place in August and will include in its itinerary many .of Chicago's points of interest including the Merchandise Mart. Miss Scheidler, together with winners of similar contests from Madison, Shelbyville, Franklin and Bedford, will stay at the world-famous Palmer House, enjoy a top stage show, take a special guided bus tour through Chicago, and see many other interesting sights of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Horine of Shelbyville, will accompany the group. — Daily News Photo. GRAND CHAMPION EWE LAMB — Robert Kendall (left) is pictured with the grand champion ewe lamb he showed at the 4-H sheep show at the county fair Tuesday and the Charles M. Fenley Family rotating trophy, which he retired by winning it for the third straight year. Kendall also won the expert showmanship contest for the second consecutive time, for which he received the Farm Bureau Insurance Department trophy being held by David Barker, a junior superintendent of the show. Roeder Newflead Of Sunman Schools SUNMAN, Ind. — John . G. Boeder, principal at Rising Sun High, School- for the past three years, has accepted the position of superintendent of the Sunman Consolidated Schools. Mr. Roeder held positions of both teacher and principal in the North Dearborn School System prior to moving to Rising Sun. Roeder earned an A. B. from Franklin College in 1953 and a M. S. in Education from Indiana University in 1960. He has completed one additional year of graduate work at Indiana University. He holds active membership in the Indiana State Teachers Association, National Association of Seconadry School Principals, and Phi Delta Kappa. He has been active in the Rising Sun Rotary Club, serving as president of the organization the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Roeder have two sons, 10 and 11. They will move to Sunman in the near future. Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Wednesday, Aug. 4,1965 PAGES TREE FARMS SPOKANE — There are more than 2,500,000 acres of tree farms in the Douglas fir regions of the Pacific northwest. MANY WINDOWS There are 679 windows in the Capitol in Washington. Personals Warren Milburn has been released from Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips of R. R. 5 visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phillips at Grammer Tuesday afternoon. Almon Hall of St. Paul has been admitted to Major Hospital, Shelbyville, for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rodgers have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stone of Columbus, Ga. Mr. Stone who is in the service at Ft. Benning will be discharged Aug. 19. Mrs. Stone works at Columbus Bank & Trust Co. at Columbus. They will be at home in Hope after Mr. Stone is discharged. Herbert Kohler, lieutenant- governor of Division 12-N of Kiwanis, attended the noon luncheon meeting of the Lawrenceburg club this week. The principal. speaker was the lieutenant-governor of Indiana, Robert Rock, with whom Mr. Kohler served in the 1961-63 legislative sessions. Mr. Rock spoke on development and promotion of industry in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Myer Schreiber and children, Suzanne and Kirk, have returned from a three week trip to California and points of interest in the West. While in Whittier, Calif, they were guests of his niece, Mrs. Michael Mound, and Mr. Mound. Miss Marjorie Peters of Indianapolis and Mrs. Clement B. Peters have returned from a week's vacation in Florida. Accompanying them were Ronald Leising of Indianapolis and Mrs. Leo Leising of Hamburg. Miss Linda Sue Melcher, 14- years old, has received a 15-volume set of Britannica Junior Encyclopedia which she won recently in the Tell Me Why con- t-ast which appears on Sundays in the Indianapolis Star. Her winning essay was entitled "My Favorite Season." Miss Melcher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Melcher of R. R. 2, and will be a sophomore this fall in Greensburg High School. MILEAGE DECLINE CHICAGO — Since 1916 the number of miles of. railway line in continental U. S. has declined from 254,037 in 1916 to 225,000 miles in 1950. In Person In Downtown Greensburg CAPTAIN ERNIE WOLDER'S The Famous Trained Seal! Continuous Showings These 3-Days, 2 to 5 p. m. Located On the Courthouse Lawn, Northwest Corner. SAMMY THE SEAL, star of movies, television and personal appearances throughout the country will entertain children and grown-ups alike these 3-days in downtown Greensburg. See you there! Captain Ernie, will also have "BABY LOU", a small baby performing seal, plus an 81/2-foot Shark and a 12-foot Octopus on display. These and many other great features will all be there in Captain Ernie's Display!' — Get Pictures of The Chi SAMMY/THE FAMOUS TRAINED SEAL, IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THESE FIRMS: Batterton's Drug Store Beeson's Drug Store Carney Hatchery Decatur County National Bank The Fair Store The Fashion Shop First Federal The Gamble Store Greensburg Bldg. & Loan Daily News Holthouse Huber Clothing Hunter Pharmacy Huntington Jewelry Fred H. Keillor Restaurant Kirby's Hat & Beauty Shop Layton's Store For Men Leader Shoe Store Lerman Bros. Lords Dress Shop Minear's Inc. Moore's Store G. C. Murphy Co. Newton's Shoe Store Page & Critser Pleak Hardware Pulse Lumber Company Ranch Supermarket The Schultz Company . Shoeland Sibbitt-Mann Chevrolet Stewart's Ladies' Apparel Thurston implement True Tone Broadcasting Union Bank & Trust Wright Drugs ALL MEMBERS OF THE THRIVING AND PROGRESSIVE Promotional Association ' I A DIVISION OF THE GREENSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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