T ' .:.,.: j Darrett'Jorgensen takes special pride in 'grooming his wirehaired:fox ierrior entered in the 'Mt. Ogden Kennel Club's fall show next Sunday scheduled for Roy Park, rain or shine. Bruce'Holland, publicity chairman-for the Mt. Ogden Kennel Club, will-be entering this, beautiful standard : poodle in the fall all breed dog show scheduled for Roy Park on Sunday. . . Ogden Kennel Club Plans Annual All Breed Dog Show on Sunday in Roy Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Oct. 3,1971 1C - ROY — Top show dogs throughout the "United States and Canada will "be com- .peting for top prizes next Sunday when .the Mt. Ogden Kennel Club Inc., holds its annual fall All Breed Dog Show and Obedience Trial. ' Judging gets under way Sunday morn: ing at 8:30 in Roy Park, with 800 dogs entered for-competition. Bob. Green, show chairman has announced the following licensed judges will be in attendance: . ...... Mrs. Katherine S. Finch of Corona. Del Mar, Calif.; Dr. Edward N. Gregg, Walnut Creek,'Calif.; Mrs. Winifred L. Heckmann, .ElEcqtt-e%, Md.; Mrs. George M. Jones -of Salt'Eake City; Mrs. Marjorie Kemm from Vancouver, Wash. Also, .Edgar Sellman of Mountain View, Calif.; J: .George Sexton of Sun City, Ariz.; Henry .H. Stoeker, Holmdel, N.J.; Dr. Malcom E, Phelps, Arlington, Va., and Robert G. Wills of. Newbury, Ohio. '. ' Mr. Wills will also be judging "the Best of the Show on Sunday afternoon. • Mt. Og'den Kennel Club president, Earl Montgomery.stated, that the show provides an excellent opportunity for local and area . residents to see some of. the finest purebred dogs ; in the Western States, with some- coming as far east as South Dakota and Missouri. ; Entries for the show were closed .on Sept. 28, according to Richard Shinney, kennel club secretary. • '• Food, soft drinks,.desserts, and other goodies will be available for purchase- throughout the day and .will be prepared under the supervision of the Roy Jaycees and Jaycees. .. Club officials are hoping for lots o£ cooperation from the weather man as the show will go on as scheduled, come rain or shine . . .• or snow. Anyone interested in purebred registered dogs is invited to the meetings of the- Mt. Cgden Kennel Club Inc., held the fourth Tuesday of each month. . All meetings are held at the Holiday Inn in Ogden, according to Bruce Holland, publicity chairman. L^^l^-V.^.>^ftV*feL. ;f ^& ^ ^L4**S»^-f'$$&'l£ This beautiful Irish setter, being groomed by Mrs. Dale Van Meeteren will be among the outstanding purebred breeds from throughout the United States competing in Sunday's all- J>ree.d show sponsored-by Mt. •-Qgden Kennel Club.. , .-...'..- These-purebred Bernese mountain dogs shown by Duayne Simms of the kennel club, unit be among the local dogs entered for competition when the Mt. Ogden Kennel Club's fall dog-show gets under way next Sunday morning-with judging beginning at S:30.
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