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Chariton Herald Patriot (Newspaper) - August 2, 1979, Chariton, Iowa
A firt vol. 122 no. 31 thursday August 2, 1979 Chariton Iowa two sections Price 20 cents hits a triple Dan Wasson and his grand Champion steer36 Medan Wasson and Champion Market Lamb Dan Wasson shows top beef Lamb Heifer a Dennis Fogel shows top hog Dan Wasson of Chariton was a triple Winner of championships at the Lucas county 4-h achievement show tuesday. Wasson exhibited the grand Champion Market beef the grand Champion Market Lamb and the Champion crossbred Heifer. To top off his unusual performance he showed the Reserve Champion Market Lamb pen of three and placed second in the senior beef showmanship. His sister Susan exhibited the Reserve Champion Market Lamb and the Champion Market Lamb pen of three. Maria Pierschbache showed the Reserve Champion Market beef. Dennis Fogel exhibited the grand Champion Market hog wednesday morning. The Reserve Champion was shown by Jeff Greubel. Because of deadlines the sheep and Swine divisions results will be published in the Chariton Leader. Lisa Crawford exhibited the Champion Angus Heifer Mary Wright had the top Hereford Heifer and Kevin Luedtke showed the Champion shorthorn Heifer. Danny Lahart had the Reserve Angus Willy Black had the Reserve Hereford Richard run Nells showed the Reserve shorthorn and Brian Narber exhibited the Reserve crossbred Heifer. Jennifer Throckmorton exhibited the Champion Home raised calf. Champions who were chosen Mon Quot one of my biggest dreams Quot says Winner by Mike Augspurger while Dan Wasson was walking towards the Secretary s office at the Lucas county 4-h achievement show tuesday night he said Quot i could take on the world right now because i feel so Dan had every right to be jubilant because he exhibited the grand Champion Market beef the grand Champion Market Lamb the Champion crossbred Heifer plus the Reserve Champion Market Lamb pen of three and was second in the beef showmanship. Quot it was a goal i set for myself several years ago but i never thought i would do it. Winning championships with everything i brought to the 4-h show has been one of my biggest dreams Quot he said with a smile ear to ear. This is the first time in seven years As a 4-h member that Dan exhibited a calf at the fair. He said he always wanted to show calves in years past but always exhibited sheep. This is his second year in succession that he showed the grand Champion Lamb. One Odd fact about the champions is that they were cared for within the Chariton City limits two blocks from his Home. Quot i raise sheep on a farm near Russell but the animals i m going to show Are housed in a Small lot within the Chariton City limits Quot he said. Winning is nothing new for Dan. He has won the senior showmanship contest two years in succession won the state sheep showmanship contest placed third at the sheep showmanship contest at a Sar Ben exhibited the Reserve Champion Lamb twice at the local show grand Champion pen of three twice and also Reserve Champion pen of three. Dan plans to attend Iowa state University and major in veterinary Medicine after he completes his senior year at Chariton Community High school. He is involved in basketball football track drama club and student Council in High school. Dan also attended the american legion boys state this summer. Quot i would like to thank my parents Jerry and Sharon for their help understanding and encouragement. Thanks should also go to the entire Stierwalt family for their assistance Quot Dan concluded. Day were Brenda Duckworth had the Champion Light horse and the Reserve went to Scott Sponsler. Duckworth also exhibited the Champion registered Quarter horse. Rachel Horton had the Champion Pony at Halter and Mary Horton showed the Reserve. The Champion Rabbit was exhibited by Ann Mitzner and Todd Miller showed the Reserve. Allan Thomas showed the Champion dog. Karla Loynachan was the top senior showman in the dog division and Mark Thomas won the Junior division. Scott Sponsler won the horsemanship travelling trophy and Rachel Horton won the Junior division. Brad Pollitt was the top beef showman in the senior division and Dan Wasson was second. Brenda Lazear won the Junior showmanship class and Jason Throckmorton was second. Chris Steinbach s calf won the rate of gain with a 3.7383 Pound per Day gain. Lori Greubel s calf won the second place honors with a 3.3953 rate of gain per Day. Others who placed in the top ten in order Are Chris Sten Bach Brian Pennington Jennifer Throckmorton Carta Mccormick Scott Steinbach mama Pierschbache Tammy Caylor and Kristi Greubel. Home economic winners whose Enach tries qualified for the state fair an Suzanne Dachenbach with a peace skirt and Vest. Carla Mccormick with a Green skirt and jacket Dawn Werts with a Wool Blazer and skirt. Julie Hawkins and her three piece Blue skirt and Vest and a printed Blouse. Sherri Kent with a place mat purse. Leann Kridelbaugh and her purchased Dusty Blue dress. Jane Chandler and her recycled Pink dress. Food division winners who will compete at the state fair Are Meredith Clore banana bread Lisa Hawkins yeast Rolls Karen Ranshaw Cloverleaf Rolls and Joyce continued on p. 7on John l Lewis Day car demolition Parade Lucas event features Dennis Fogel and grand Champion Market hog More 4-h results on up. 5, 6, 7 amp 10 the John l. Lewis Day Parade starts at 10 . In Lucas saturday. But activities began prior to that and will continue through the Day ending with a Rock band playing Aart show is feature of Celebration an Art show will be held during John l. Lewis Day at the Lucas Community Center saturday. Area artists Are invited to show original Art work and there is a limit of three items per artist. Art work should be identified with the artist s name medium phone number and Price if the item is for Sale. Art work for the show May be left at Young s inc. Before 5 . Friday. Artists May pick up their works at Young s on monday. Entries May also be submitted at the Lucas Community Center from 8-9 . Saturday. For More information persons May Call Virginia Etter 774-2447. Sue Mitzner 774-8336 or Ronda Thorne 774-2690. Dance at the school auditorium at 8 . Quot committees have functioned and we re All set for a big Day for everyone who attends Quot said those in charge today. The Complete Day s program is As follows 9 .�?free Flea Market 9 30 .�?Parade Assembly at Lucas school 10 .�?Parade, prize for each child entry 10 30 .�?pick-a-pardner Horseshoe pitch. 11 .�?mule jump and race jump fee $5, 3 classes�?$30 added to fees for purse race fee $5 12 noon car demolition Money donated to jaws of life 1 .�?tour of Lucas products 2 .�?garden tractor pull entry fee $5 for purse mechanical sled weigh in Rogers How. 1 30 2-3 .�?free Watermelon feed first half taxes Are now payable the first half of Lucas county 1979 80 taxes became due and payable wednesday. They will become delinquent if not paid by sept. 30 with penalty attaching oct. 1. 3 .�?ladies games at the Park 4 .�?jaws of life demonstration 5 .�?watermelon feed 6 .�?country music and Talent show 8 .�?Zef Rock band Lucas school auditorium ally children s games prizes for All Dunk tank Gas engine show free drawing every half hour free parking Art show and food files papers Robert Patterson of Chariton has filed for the at Large director position for the Chariton Board of education according to Marilyn James Board Secretary. Patterson s filing makes a three Way race for the director position. Others running Are incumbent George Holder and Mike Augspurger. Paul Umbenhower an incumbent has taken out papers for the area ii position. Incumbent Betty Cooper and Linda Braida have taken out papers for the area Iii position. The deadline for filing is 8 . Aug 2
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