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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - August 12, 1954, Cedar Rapids, IowaOtt fett a botox. Beef champions of it unn county 4-h club achievement Shew at Hawkeye Downs wednesday lined up after the grand Champion was picked. Thoy Are. Aft to right Champion Angui and grand Champion. Wally Falcon. Springville Champion Hereford and Reserva grand Champion David Dohnaler Cedar rapids Reserve Champion Angui. John Jordan. Marion Champion shorthorn David Machula it. Vernon Reserve Champion Hertford George Cara Way Marion Reserve Champion shorthorn John Wilson Alburnett. Top meat animal s picked in 4-h show a heavyweight Angus steer shown by Wally Falcon of Springville w e d n e s d a y was named the grand Champion baby beet at the Linn county 4-h achievement show at Hawkeye Downs. The Reserve grand Cham Pion steer at the Linn count fair at Central City a heavy weight Hereford shown by David Dohnalek of Cedar rapids also was Reserve grand Champion of the wednesday show. The grand Champion steer at the Central City fair a medium lightweight a n g u s shown by John Jordan of Marion and fal con s heavy Angus steer traded places at the Hawkeye Downs show. Each of the boys topped their respective weight classes in the Angus divisions at each show but were reversed in the championship lineup. Harlan Straiten beef Herdsman at West Amana judged the 134 beef animals in the show. His decisions in each of the Breed classes were baby Beeves. Antu lightweight 17 7 blues1, 2, Jimmy Trachta mar Ion 3, Edith Corporon Marion. Medium weight is 6 blues1 Reserve Champion John Jor Dan 2, Joe Kwapil Palo 3, Lloyd Jordan Marion. Light heavy weight 16 7 blues1, Lloyd Jordan 2, Richard Luke mar Ion 3, Larry Foley Alburnett. Heavyweight 17 12 blues1 the Cedar Iamb 1 Gazette to orc. Am. U. 1m4 top demonstrations Art picked in Tamo Toledo Jane Earley and Joan Hal Pakik of the Traer trusty troopers 4-h club will represent Tama county in the Stato fair demonstration contest. They won that Honor at the Tama 4-h 1 achievements of last week in Traer with their demonstration Medicine mailers. Joan Kosnar and Joan Podhajsky of the Victory Belles 4-Hjclub will compete at the Dairy attle Congress with their dem is ration Collar cuties. . Johnson county 4-h Champion Market Lamb was shown by Jimmie Bowe Soic of Swisher. The 90-Pound Lamb won Over approximately 75 entries in the 4-h fat Lamb show. Champion Market pig of tha Linn 4-h How a this Chaster White shown by Bobby Kahler of Palo. Wayne Bider Man of it. Vernon toot Ras Trva honors on a hybrid Barrow. Top Market Lamb of tha Linn 4-h show was the Shrop Shire on tha right shown by David Nemec of Ely. Ten year old Garnet Jordan of Marion showed her Cheviot to tha Reserve championship. Champion Angus and grand champion3, Wally Falcon Donald Beniah Fairfax. Hereford lightweight 20 7 blues1, Leo Corporon Marion 2, Stan hoist Springville 3, ver Nie Meek Palo heavyweight Dave Dohnalek 2, Reserve champions e o r g e Caraway Marion 3, Donald Gurnett fair in. Shorthorn 10 6 blues1 Champi Ndavid Machula it. Vernon 2 Reserve Champion John Wilson Alburnett. Beef heifers. Angui 10 4 blues1, 2, Joyce Kemp Marion 3, Joe Kwapil 4, Dennis Owens Palo. Hereford 6 6 blues1, 3, George Caraway 2, 4, David Goodlove Central City 5, Ken Neth Wilson Alburnett 6, mar Vin Rohlena Cedar rapids. Shorthorn 21, Eileen mor Morrison 2, James Vislisel Cedar rapids. Lloyd Jordan was Champion beef showman and Terry Kocher of Palo was Reserve Champion. In the 4-h Swine show Bobby claimed that acreage controls on Tahler of Palo won both the in his wheat crop will put him of div dual Market hog and pen of free championship ribbons with Lis heavyweight Chester Whites. 19 91 Champion Hereford risen Marion 2, Byran Clark and Reserve grand Champion Palo. Commercial Heifer 21 Lamb judging. Garnet Jordan of Marion exhibited a Cheviot for he Reserve Champion ribbon. Of the 34 lambs in the Market class thirteen were Blue ribbon winners. Blue ribbon placings in the purebred classes included ram Cheviot George Strong Central City Suffolk Zane Graubaum Marion Corrie Dale Caryl Ann Batchelder al Burnett. Ram Chevi Tarne Strong Suffolk Batchelder. Caryl Ann Batchelder won the Champion sheep showmanship honors and Zane Grabau the re serve championship. Garnet Jor Dan was the third place Winner. Gov f controls unconstitutional poultry Man says Philadelphia a an 81-year-old Pennsylvania poultry Farmer has asked the u. A District court to declare unconstitutional the Price and acreage control features of the Fedora named farm and marketing administration acts. In a suit filed with the Cour wednesday j o s e p h Blattney of business. Blattner claiming he require All his land to. Raise feed for i Wayne Biderman exhibited a by chickens seeded eight extra acre Brid Barrow for the Reserve championship ribbon and Don Neal of it. Vernon showed three lightweight Tamworth to win the Reserve championship pen honors. Charles Cottrell of Van Home judged both the Swine and sheep divisions. His placings in the Swine classes were Swine winners. Individual Market pigs heavy weight 381, Kahler 2, Bider Man. Lightweight 321, Doug Las Secrist Central City 2, Don Neal. Pens of three heavyweight 19 9 blues1, Kahler 2, Don Neal. Lightweight 18 5 blues heavyweight 19 9 blues1, Kahler 2, Biderman it. Vernon. Lightweight 16 5 blues1, Don Neal 2, Dick Neal it. Ver non. Market litters 7 4 blues John airy Marion Lynn Glass and refuses to pay $178.20 i penalties imposed by federa farm agents. Blattner contends that the gov eminent by serving the penal notice is taking his proper without due process of Law. Early Sells 120 acres at Edge of Dinsdale Traer the 120-acre Eime arly farm just South of Dinsda Las been sold for $200 per car o Wilbur Vest who lives Nea he Amity Church Northwest o Fraer. Or. Vest gets Possession March 1 and his son Robab will operate the farm. Lester Dinsdale has been ren no the place Lor several year the Sale was made by w. Moeller real estate agent. Cedar rapids Francis Rohlena favor panic to Harneth zip ppr the Fairfax Jolly juniors team Arlene Barta left and Donna Jaah Benish took top honors in the 4-h girls demonstration contest at the Linn county achievement show. Their demonstration was called curtains going demonstrations Are judged at Linn 4-h show the Fairfax Jolly juniors girls 4-h club a frequent Winner in county demonstration contests turned the trick again wednes Day at the Linn county 4-h achievement show at Hawkeye Downs. The club s team Arlene Barta and Donna Jean Benish carried off top honors in the con test and won the right to rep resent Linn county in the state Lair demonstration contest. Topic of the Fairfax girls demonstration was curtains go ing up. Using a Model window,1 Arlene and Donna Jean devel oped their theme of proper curtains. Second place went to Karen Clark and Joan Tessman of Ely representing Putnam s Pride 4-h club. Their demonstration was called shades of night. The girls will represent Linn county in the demonstration contest at i i the Dairy cattle Congress in Waterloo. Blue ribbons also went toil Myrna Mills and Joan Fuessley we want 5mm founds of hens every week also egos sir. Is first Cash paid Small lots of to kick loads Riverside feed Mill i 111 Ute Are. Be. Pm. 2-7111 of the was Stettes 4-h club on top it with a Cornice and Karen Kiler and Martha Nielsen of the live wire lassies on a place for everything. Miss Alberta Owens of pal judged the 10 senior demonstrations in the contest. The Junior contests for younger dub Mem hers started at 10 . Thursday rapids Arold Scheer Springville. Blue ribbon winners in Colmar Fra officers. Calmar newly elected off cers of the Calmar Fra chapter 11 ingus steer is Buchanan fair beef Champion photo on picture Page Independence an 1,135 found Angus shown by Roger a Dun 12, of Brandon vedness a was named grand Champion Aby beef of the Junior show a e Buchanan county fair. Tin Reserve grand Champion was i 000-Pound shorthorn exhibited y Terry Fairchild 10, of win drop. Richard Kurt of Independence towed the Champion Hereford and Ralph u Ary of Jesup the serve Champion of that Breed. Onna Dee circus of in depend nce had the Reserve Champion Nous and Bill Gibson of Aurora e Reserve Champion shorthorn. Champions of the Dairy Breeds n the 4-h division were hol twin James c. Hamilton Independence Jersey Dwane butter eld Quasqueton milking Short Orn Bobby Muchmore Rowley Brown Swiss Dick Fettkether Oelwein Guernsey William sat Erlyce Rowley. Glenn Peck of Winthrop took lie Market pig championship Voth a Hampshire. John Martin if Independence won on his Pel if three Market pigs. Blue ribbon winners in Thi diary showmanship contest were envelope Stanford Rowley Keith Wright Jesup Richard Jacobs Les up Dick Fettkether and John Herman Brandon. Johnson county 4-h club show judging starts Iowa City Richard leh Man 4-h boy from Swisher walked away with double honors at the Johnson county 4-h fair wednesday As his Swine won two championships. Lehman won his two Blue rib sons with a heavy weight pen of three hogs and a championship litter of 10 hone. Nancy Ford Iowa City route won the grand championship in the individual Market pit Louisa county fair. Columbus Junction an addition to the Louisa county girls 4-h club building at the Fairground at Columbus Junction has been completed. Seven club will compete for demonstration contest honors in the new Addi Tion starting at 8 ., wednes Day. Waukon a i n s t r u c t i o n o thirty acc Corn storage bins with a 3,250-Bushel capacity each has begun on a new bin site located North of Waukon on High Way 13. Other winners in the Swine i Ion announced wednesday in id cd Light weight Barrow James ack Iowa cily Champion ant maid Smith Iowa City re rec Champion. Pens of three pit. Light weight pen of in Hughes Iowa City Chain on and James Brack Reserve Amnion. Heavy weight pen of three Chinan Champion and crr Ehman Reserve Champion. Jimmie Bowersox won the and championship in the Lam vision of the show with butter All his 90-Pound Lamb. Jimmy and his brother David entered lambs in six events and on first or second place in four i them. Girls demonstrations. Earlier in the morning Susan and Karen Brender won the Enior girls demonstration con est with their explanation seems like every morning a newscast starts with the Story of another traffic Accident and emphasizes i h e unbelievable number of Iowa Highway fatalities. Too Many of these of of to alter a Blouse pattern to i tur on country roads at Blind t. Susan and Karen 18 and 111 ears old respectively belong to be Jolly workers 4-h club in Ohnson county. They will rep event the county at the state air in Des Moines aug. 28 to sept. 7. Second place in the senior Iris contest went to Joyce and Sandra Hurt for their Demon traction to top it off or How o make collars for the dress and Blouse. They will represent their lub Union Belles and Johnson county at the Dairy cattle con rc.s6 in Waterloo the latter part if september. The fair will continue through riday when it will end with a livestock Sale. Clayton girls 4-h clubs will compete at fair National two Hundred three ii Ety right Clayton county 4-Hj girls have entered 508 exhibits of heir Home furnishings project in the Clayton county fair which opens in National Friday. Each of the county s 23 local girls 4-h clubs will prepare a Booth Dis play. Sixteen teams arc entered for the demonstration contest Friday afternoon and saturday morning. Junges of the girls exhibits and demonstrations will be mrs. C. H. Thompson and mrs. J. S. Van Vert both of Hampton. Intersections. For safety reasons Corners in Corn Fields that butt up a g a i n s t Road intersections should be Cut. Weeds Brush and Corn should be cleared 20 feet from the intersections. That will give Drivers a Chance to see what is coining from the sides. Where tall crops or other vegetation grows right up to the Corner of the Field cars that Cross intersections Are in the Middle of the Cross Road before the Driver can see in a car is coming from the right or left. The right of Way Rule is not used much on country roads so it s dangerous to rely on it. In fact the car that approaches from the icel is More dangerous Llian one from the right As the one from lie let is on the closest Side of the Road. However on Accident can be just As fatal if the Impact comes from the right As from the left so it s a Good idea to look both ways be fore crossing an intersection you re invited to visit peo pies Bank Booth at the All Iowa fair this coming week children especially will enjoy seeing the Auto Bank Coin Sav cars miniature replicas of you own car. Your visit will be welcomed. Maquoketa officers from 11 Eastern Iowa Fra chapters Are attending a three Day training school at Camp itch a boy scout Camp West of Mno Roketa. Ralph Wilson says he know definitely that we could us a lot More moisture. First h water Supply is dwindling an secondly when he had to do a ditch the ground was so or and hard he could not Spade i $ purebred Swine classes were lit or Duroc c. E. Frantz Palo Tamworth Charles Hoffman Springville. Boars Duroc Rich Ard Buresh c e d a r rapids Rantz Tamworth Hoffman gilts Duroc Buresh Frantz Tamworth Hoffman Hamp Shire David Kouba Alburnett. C. E. Frantz was named Cham lion Swine showman and Verne Floore of Central City was the re serve Champion. Sheep winners. David Nemec of Ely showed a Shropshire Lamb for the championship honors in the Market Are Gilbert Buchheit president the Alvin Schissel vice president k y r a n Lutkenhaus Secretary r i c h a r d Flaskerud treasurer Lien reporter and Harold Lien Sentinel. The new officers were installed at a recent Chap ter meeting by Fred Hemesath past president of the group. Each egg a hen lays costs less Jinn the last one. I dentist Zoh first is Dux City ave. East Desmoines Cedar rapids 600 Paintbrush advertisement. 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