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Orangey/ He Family Tops Swiss Show £/lzobe " 1 s Record Entries Reported By NORM TEMPLJN J-S Farm Editor Robert Marian family of Orangeville exhibited the grand champion cow at the Brown Swiss Canton 2 Show Saturday at the Slephenson County Fairgrounds. Despite rainy weather, the seven-county show attracted 114 entries, making it the largest Brown Swiss event this year in the state. The grand champion, named Road-Around Acres Cupcake and born June 19, 1961, was led through the show ring by Mrs. Robert Marian. The cow won the senior championship and went on to the top title bul1 — a ca « born A "& 14, GRAND CHAMPION COW at the Brown Swiss Canton 2 Show Saturday at the Stephenson County Fairgrounds was shown by Mrs. Robert Marian of Orangeville. One hundred and fourteen head were exhibited in the seven-county event. — Journal-Standard Photo. by beating the junior champion — the senior yearling heifer class winner and owned by Donald and Edwin Keim of Mount Carroll. Showmanship Showmanship honors went to Chris Keim, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Keim of Mount Carroll in the senior division and to Janice Korth, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Korth of Freeport, in the junior category. Bill Korth Memorial Trophy for top individual junior open judging was won by Dennis Goetz, member of the Orangeville FFA Chapter. With a 368.8 out of a possible 400 points, Dennis also was top scorer in the FFA individual judging. Orangeville's FFA team captured the traveling trophy as the best of eight teams. FFA Judging FFA'ers receiving halters and their scores in the judging were Doug Wu ' c , Stockton, 368.4; Chris Keim, 366.6; Dan Brown, Pecatonica, 354.2; and Glen Meier, Freeport, 350.8. Rounding out the list of the top five FFA teams were Dakota, Stockton, Chadwick and Shannon. In 4-H judging, Steven Janssen of Whiteside County won individual honors with a score of 330.4 while Prairie Edge Club of Mount Carroll 'took top place for teams. Winners in the men's and women's open judging were, respectively, Donald Keim, Mount Carroll, and Miss Barbara Korth, Freeport. Champion Bull Grand and junior champion 1967 — was entered by Ray and Robert Kaiser of Dakota. Glen Yeoman, Dakota, and William Reed, Rock City, had the senior champion bull. The Marian's grand champion cow also was judged to have the best mammary system. Judge for the show was Leo Fryman, University of Illinois Extension dairy specialist. The seven counties in the Canton are Stephenson, Carroll, Winnebago, Jo Daviess, Ogle, Lee and Whiteside. Photographs of the winners in each female class will be entered in the Brown Swiss Bell Ringer contest with judging done at the state, district and national level. Class Winners First through third place winners in the 13 classes follow: Bull Calf — Ray and Robert Kaiser, Dakota; Ed and Don Kelm, Mount Carroll; and Dale Marian, Dakota. Junior Yearling Bull — Walter Vander Waal, Orange City, Iowa; Robert Marian, Orangeville; and Glen Wachter & Sons, Stockton. Family Day Set For July 4 ELIZABETH - Elizabeth Centennial family day will be observed here July 4th with a picnic, mini-carnival, contests, tree dedicate and bell ringing. Following a family picnic at noon, the community will participate in the nationwide bell ringing ceremonies at 1 p.m. Next will be the dedication of 10 centennial trees planted in City Park. John L. Groezinger will present the trees to John Eversol, centennial chairman; Jack Graves, city council member; and William 0. Eustice, township supervisor and representative of the county sesquicentennial committee. The Rev. Henry Grishkowsky of Trinity Lutheran C h u r,c h, Derinda, will give the dedicatory address. Mrs. Edward Plosch will read a poem and the Rev. Raymond Rhoads ol First United Methodist Church h-^re will give the invocation. Other entertainment will include pony rides, dunking bootffi, toss game, country store, souvenir booth, popcorn stand and fish and duck ponds. Cap/fa/ Quote By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "The trends in this country are going to change. The people are determined that we have a change."—Third party president tial candidate George C. Wallace. To New York G'fy APPLE RIVER - Mrs Robert Black of Apple River and daughter Pam went to New York City where Pam audi tioned for Ted Mack Amateu: Hour. Senior Yearling Korth, Freeport. Bull — Russell Two-Year-Old Bull — Glen Yeoman and William Reed, Dakota-Rock City. Junior Heifer Calf — Ed and Don Kelm; Elmer H. Habben, Morrison; and Duane Habben, Sterling. Senior Heifer Calf — Ed and Don SHOWMANSHIP HONORS at the Brown Swiss Show Saturday were won by Janice Korth, Freeport, junior division, and Chris Keim, Mount Carroll, senior division. As over-all showmanship winner, Chris won a large plaque being displayed above by Miss Korth—Journal-Standard Photo. Lowell Keim, Mount Carroll. Cow 2 and Under 3 Years — Ray and Robert Kaiser, first three places. Cow 3 and under 4 years — C. Robert Slbley, Chadwlck; Danny Kaiser, Dakota; and Camella Sib- Kelm; Ed and Don Keim; and Ray LITTLE DIANE LISK, 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lisk of Elizabeth, has a big smile for the decorations used for the Elizabeth Centennial Belles' antique style show and tea held Sunday.—Journal-Standard Photo. reeport (ill.) Journal-Standard Men., July i, ms p f . 3 MOVE the Easy Way... Without Fear Of Inclement Weather! RENT OUR MOVING VAN — Reasonable Rates — MYERS U-DRIVE, INC. — In The Heart of Downtown Freeport — 11 E. Douglas St. Phone 232-6167 Dial 232-1176 For Journal-Standard Want Ads Elmer and Robert Kaiser, Dakota. Junior Yearling Heifer — Habben; Carl R. Keltner, Pearl City; and Ed and Don Keim. Senior Yearing Heifer — Ed and Don Keim, Ann Kaiser, Dakota; and You insure your family, car house, and equipment — why no insure your whole farm? 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