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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Something to interest every member of the family the Cherokee courier published daily except sunday monday tuesday wednesday Friday a saturday volume 33 official City paper a Washta. Quimby and Cherokee Cherokee Iowa. Thursday. August 28, 1969 official county paper number is All county Swine show sept. 3rd the fifth annual Cherokee county Swine show has been set for sept. 3 at the Cherokee county Fairgrounds. Live show at 7 . Wednesday will be followed by the carcass show at 7 . Friday sept. 5. Entries Are to be Brocht to the Fairgrounds from to . To 2 . On sept. 3. The live show with Emmet Stevermer As judge will follow at 7 . Purpose of this show is to increase interest in and knowledge about the Breeding and feeding of High Quality meat Type hogs Market at the most desirable weight and with the degree of finish that will Best satisfy the consumer. All Swine producers from Cherokee county Are eligible. Entry fee is $1 per individual and $2 for each truck Load of six. Each exhibitor May enter one or two individuals can be part of a truck Load. In the truck Load of six there must be at least three Barrows. If two individuals Are exhibited one must be a Barrow. Individuals will Beintz class is 190-210 and 215-230 lbs. Truck coeds will be in one class 190-230 average weight. Swine will be consigned to Wilson amp co. On the following basis no. Is�?$1 above the Day s Market no. 2s-$.50 above the Day s Market. Exhibitors will be guests of the sponsors at a banquet to be held later. All Market pigs entered must be the property of the exhibitor for not less than sixty Days prior to the show. The exhibitor must be on the ground to assist in weighing and showing of his entry or have some appointed responsible person to assume these duties. Failure to do so will result in the hogs being declared ineligible. Exhibitors will be asked to stay out of the show ring. Sponsors Are the Cherokee chamber of Commerce county pork producers Wilson amp co. Of Cherokee Cherokee county Extension service and the Cherokee county fair Board. The agricultural Extension service of Iowa state University endorses and is cooperating with the conduct of the show. Free hams will be Given away during the show. An audience judging contest prior to live show at 6 30 with free hams for the winners will enliven the evening. Wilson amp co. And Earl Mobley Are in charge of the carcass show. All Swine entered will be slaughtered. The Swine show is a two part show with premiums ranging from $15 for first place to $2 for 8th for a grand total of $120 to be paid in the live show individual in the two weight classes. Premiums for truck Load a six Range from $20 for first place to $2 for 8th place. Premiums for carcass individuals ranges from $20 for first to $2 for 10th place. In addition to the carcass class the top three in each class plus the top truck Load of six will be furnished carcass information. Carcass will be judged on Ham and loin Index plus carcass Quality. To be eligible for a Placid a Mong the carcass contest award winners the carcass must meet the following standards minimum carcass length-29.0 minimum average backfat-1.50 minimum Grade no. I or 2 minimum skinned hamm�?14.0 and minimum loan Eye area�?4.00 so. In. Committee members in charge Grady Ford chairman c. Marvin Miller Secretary Don Smith Don Tietgen Emmet Wolf Louis Bengston Forrest j Kohrt Arnold Bogge Ross Schall Lehn. Entry Blanks can be obtained from the county Extension office. Ron Wolf has Champion Hoo a Ron Wolf of Cleghorn Liberty leaders showed grand Champion individual hog at Marcus fair tuesday. Washta Harvest festival sept. 9 it s annual it s fun and it is rewarding. A and it draws visitors from Miles and Miles around is the Way Many folks describe the annual Washta Harvest festival. It really would t be september if this event was t included in the fall Calendar. The 1969 Harvest festival will be saturday sept. 9. The Sale of everything from baked goods Home grown produce to farm animals and seed Corn furniture appliances and needlework will begin at 1 30 p. In. This is a change from former years. The Sale has traditionally been an evening affair. At 4 30 . Serving for the cafeteria style Chicken Noodle dinner with All the trimmings will begin. The a pcs ladies Are in charge of this portion of the festival. Serving is in the Fellowship Hall of the United methodist Church and will continue until All Are served. Bonnie Simons has Reserve Champion at Marcus a Bonnie Simons of Marcus has a pretty smile As she i inlays her re it. V \ Wjk a Vine serve grand Champion baby beef at Marcus fair a a senior Black Angus. 150 exhibits in horticulture the Willow Community band will present a concert in front of the Church at 7 30 . This Fine band under the direction of George Hueschen is recommended for your listening pleasure. They played in the re Mercade Sioux City and at the Iowa state fair As Well As innumerable summer and school concerts. Contributors to the auction Sale Are asked to bring their items in the mornings of sept. 5 and 6. Cash donations will a1 so be gratefully accepted. Many business men in the surrounding Trade area have been very generous in their giving in the past years. Festival committee is or. And mrs. Gary Couch or. And mrs. Amos Leonard or. And mrs. Jerome Peterson mrs. Donald Dewitt mrs. George Bainbridge mrs. Russell Gray mrs. Emil Carstens Harold Cornwall and Lloyd Brown. Marcus a the horticulture department with grains vegetable and fruits on exhibit was one of the most interesting exhibits to be found anywhere caught the Eye of All Marcus fair visitors. Approximately 150 exhibitors brought in the Best in Garden produce and grains to score heavily on the Blue ribbon Side. Among the More unusual displays was a new vegetable a White Lemon Cucumber exhibited by Bill Bass and Loren Mohning. This department also featured huge Squash banana Squash exhibited by Marilyn and Charles Ferrin weighed in at 41 and 30 pounds. A Quot pumpkin looking Squash weighing 45 pounds was contributed by Bill Bass. Another attention getter was Calico or Squaw Popcorn which the exhibitors declared popped just Fine. Taking the purple ribbon for Best in Grain was Scott Mcqueen with bonked Oats from Sigrand father s farm Forrest Booth. Best in fruits was won by Donna Drefke 4, with Anoka apples. Johann Miller Veteran Gardener from Marcus gained the Best in vegetables with yellow Sweet Spanish onions. He also took the sweepstakes award for earning the most first prizes in this department. Other winners listed in first second and third place unless otherwise noted Are grains sheaf Oats Paul Roethler Broom Corn Doug Grauer. Grasses and forage in sheaf Alfalfa Hay Leo Treinen Paul Roethler. Brome seed Paul Roethler. Soybeans -1 Peck a soy Teresa Kauffman Tod Mcqueen. Hawkeye Roger Seel Randy Kauffman. Soybean bundle Arnold Letsche Teresa let sche. Oats Nodaway Kay Krekow bonked Scott Mcqueen. Multilane Paul Roethler Loren Kauffman. Beede Roger Seel John Seel. Vegetables Beans Green Laurie Trienen Brian Friedrich. Beans yellow Lisa Bortscher Ler Donna Kosse. Beans Lima Tim Brownmiller Galen Ducommun. Beans pole Dora Shefstad. Beets Tim Brownmiller mrs. Art Nielsen Frank Pepper sack. Cabbage round mrs. Merle Trienen Warren Weber. Cabbage red mrs. Merle Treinen Steven Ducommun. Carrots Coreless mrs. Ernest Kauffman Jane Kosse carrots any other Ken Brandt John Johnson. Cauliflower Frank Pepper sack Warren Weber. Cucumbers Dill pickling mrs. Jack Shea Rob Collins. Cucumbers Ripe Lisa Bort Scheller Ann Roethler. Cucumbers slicing Ronnie Collins Gary Booth. Cucumbers Sweet pickling Ken Brandt mrs. Jack Shea. Eggplant Johann Miller Luann Grauer. Ground cherries Albert Grauer Bill Bass. Kohlrabi mrs. Jack Shea Yvonne Grauer. Okra Warren Weber. Onions red Tim Brownmiller Emil Rumohr. Onions White Small Verna Bindner Tim Brownmiller. Onions White Large Johann Miller Mark mitts Howard Peavey. Onions yellow Small Mary Kay Bindner Connie Mortenson. Onions yellow Large Johann Miller Danny Miller Tim Brownmiller. Peppers hot Warren Weber. Peppers Sweet Green Tim Brownmiller mrs. Bob Hagey. Peppers Sweet red Johann Miller Tim Brownmiller. Popcorn Calico Doug Grauer Emil Rumohr. Popcorn yellow Pat Bird pumpkins pie Ray Means David Means. Rhubarb other than red mrs. Galen Ducommun a. Anderson. Rhubarb red Dora Shefstad Karen Roseen. Squash Acorn Jill Ducommun mrs. Albert Grauer. Squash Buttercup Kenneth Brandt John Johnson. Squash Butternut Warren Weber mrs. Albert Grauer. Squash other Charles and Marilyn Ferrin Deanna Kirch off. Sweet Corn Emil Rumohr Connie Mortenson Doug Negus. Tomatoes Catsup Johan Miller Danny Miller. Tomatoes miniature red Lisa Dorr mrs. Ray Roethler. Tomatoes miniature yellow Julie Roethler mrs. Ray Roethler. Tomatoes Large red Tim Brownmiller mrs Jay Robertson mrs. Bob Hagey. Tomatoes Large yellow Gregory Carver. Tomatoes Small red Tim Brownmiller. Radishes mrs. Ray Roethler. Gherkins Loren Mohning. White Lemon cucumbers Bill Bass Loren Mohning. Asparagus mrs. Albert an Derson. Field or Stock vegetables and ornaments pumpkins Stock Alan Hoef Ling Julie Letsche. Gourds Large Deanna Kir Choff. Gourds Small Donna Kosse Deanna Kirchoff. Indian Corn Glen Kirchoff Deanna Kirchoff. Junior Garden collection Weber Julie Roethler Mark Brady. Potatoes Irish cobblers Johann Miller Darwin Smith. Kennebec Johann Miller Art Nielsen. Pontiac Kenneth Brandt Johann Miller. Early Ohio Johann Miller Ken Brandt. Mayfair Ken Brandt mrs. Bill Bird. Fruits apples delicious mrs. Max Drefke Emil Rumohr. Whitney Sharon Flanagan Tim Brownmiller. Greening Donna Drefke Pat Snyder. Haralson Donna Drefke Merle Treinen. Jonathan mrs. B. Crandall. Wealthy Donna Drefke Teresa Brady. Any other Donn Drefke mrs. Joe Alesch. Yellow delicious Marlene Roethler Darwin Smith. Pears mrs. Henry Dorr Ray e. Hanson. Plums Large Joe Bindner mrs. Art Nielsen. Plums Small Karen Kuehn. Raspberries mrs. Roy e. Hanson Esther Rossman. Strawberries Kirby Corrington mrs. Delmer Drefke. Elderberries Mark Fried Rich Brian Friedrich. Best in grains and forage crops Scott Mcqueen Oats bonked. Best in vegetables Johann Miller Large yellow onions Sweet Spanish. Best in fruits Donna Drefke apples Anoka. Beef barbeque carcass show set for sept. 8 Cherokee county beef producers and other interested producers Are invited to take part in the Cherokee county beef carcass show and barbeque sept. 5 and 8. Joe Lundsgaard vice president of the Cherokee county beef producers association reported today that the Board of directors of the Cherokee county beef producers Are sponsoring a steer carcass show. Bring one or two steers to Wilson s packing Plant in Cherokee by 9 . Friday sept. 5, 1969. Entries will be limited to the first fifty steers. The steers will be viewed live and evaluated Friday afternoon at 2 . By Bill Reiter head buyer at Wilson s and Earl Mobley Extension area livestock specialist. The steers will be ear tagged and photographed live and an information Sheet filled out to accompany carcass. The carcass viewing will be held monday evening at 7 45 . Following the barbeque. This is strictly an information carcass show and All classes of cattle Are Welcome no heifers please. You will be paid the going Price for your steers according to Grade and yield. A beef barbeque will be held starting at 6 30 ., monday evening sept. 8, at Suring Lake Park the Fairgrounds in Case of rain. Lundsgaard asks that those who Are interested in taking part in either the carcass show or the barbeque notify your township director or the Extension office by monday sept. I. The Board of directors Are As follows Luvern Gustafson Ralph Halstrom Wayne Stewart Sylvester Rupp j. C. Simm Cecil Dorr Bud Zarr Joe Groves Kennett Ingdahl Joe Lundsgaard Dennis Lundsgaard Roger Nelson George Mundy Russell Bryant and William Berger. Marcus fair grand Champion beef to Chuck Ogren a Chuck Ogren shows his grand Champion baby beef at Marcus fair a the senior Hereford Hereford also was named grand Champion at Cherokee county fair grand Champ Marcus it s been a great year for Chuck Ogren and his heavy Hereford. Chuck and the Hereford assured that Here tuesday when the handsome livestock entry was judged grand Champion beef at the Marcus fair. Young Ogren 18, the son of Marcus fair president Paul Ogren thus swept both near area fairs in Beeves. The Hereford had previously won grand championship honors at the recent Cherokee county fair. In Tilden tillers Ogren is a member of Tilden tillers 4-h club. He helps his father with a 300-acre far Mill operation South of Here. He Hopes to enrol at Iowa state University this fall and major in animal science. Reserve championship laurels went to Bonnie Simons of Marcus with her senior Angus. The fair was to close out to night after the Swine and baby beef sales this afternoon. Browning group spotlighting the final night on stage was the popular Brownie family. The five girls Are aided in the act by two younger Brothe ers and their parents. Second place in the senior herefords went to Bob Leavitt of Marcus. Behind miss Simons entry in the senior Angus class came that of Sid Barwick Pierson. Showing the shorthorn Breed Champion was Mark Ulven of Paullina with a Roan spotted calf. Reserve went to Robert Schleef of Cherokee. The Junior Angus division was captured by Leavitt with Reserve going to Mike Bierman. In the Junior shorthorn it was Ulven with his Roan steer followed by Schleef. Mike Bierman took the Junior herefords with Dave Bierman the Reserve Winner. Other winners Heifer Chaunt Ion Hereford Arnold Powell Pierson Reserve John Downey Pierson Angus shorthorn Heifer Colleen Hodge Pierson. Powell topped the Hereford heifers. Joiene Powell had Reserve. Downey was the Winner in Angus heifers with Don Peter son of Marcus showing Reserve. Earlier yesterday Ron Wolf of Cleghorn Liberty leaders showed the top individual hog and Diane Franklin Remsen displayed the grand Champion pen of three. Grady Ford with wll son amp co. Inc., in Cherokee was Swine judge. Tractor pull winners at the fair Marcus the tractor pull at the Marcus fair tuesday night had hard pulling winners in All four classes and the hot Rod class. Winners in the 6,000-Pound class were Bill Hunter first Fred Driesen second Joe Dirk sen third. In the 9,000-Pound class Chris Schiebout took first Walt Phillips second and Jim Driesen third. In the 12,000-Pound class. Lyle Wheatley first Gale Bowen second Wendell Tjossem third. Fred Schiebout took first in the heavyweight class. Second was won by Tom Fischer and third by Linn Herfst. Hot Rod class winners were Roger Glas Knape first Charles Wheatley second Jack Holton third. Break in at Chicken hut police Are investigating a break in at the Chicken hut drive in on East main Street. Sometime during the night or Early morning hours of tuesday thieves entered the building through a service window. Owners report about $100 in Cash As missing. No damage was done to the building. 432 students Register at wit approximately 432 students will Register monday sept. 8 at 8 . For the 1969-70 school year at Western Iowa a tech. Merged vocational area Xii. Western Iowa tech will have 23 full time programs in operation this fall. Including four new ones data processing animal science police science. And communications electronics. The orientation program and re i amp traction will be held at the Western Iowa tech Trinity Campus. 3075 Floyd blvd. First Day of classes will be sept. 9. Mayne Here for flood Parley Sioux City u. S. Rep. Wiley Mayne and his wife have been spending the congressional recess at their Home in Sioux City and the family cottage on spirit Lake. On thursday night Mayne is scheduled to attend a flood control meeting in Cherokee at Washington High school auditorium. At 8 . On Friday he will address a meeting of the Dickinson county cattle feeders association at the Holiday inn it Irit Lake. Diane Franklin has top pen of three a Diane Franklin of Remsen exhibited grand Champion pen of three at Marcus fair tuesday. Miss Franklin who also won showmanship Honor displayed lightweight pen. A staff photos

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