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Washington C H Record Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1967, Washington Court House, Ohio Her Grand Champion Barrow Sets World Price Record Sabina Girl Richer By $4,000 CHAMPION BRINGS RECORD PRICE—Belinda Myers, of Sabina, poses with Bob Evans, of Bob Evans Sausages, who bought her 215-pound barrow, grand champion of the Ohio State Junior Fair, for $2,62^ at the auction. The $12.20 a pound paid was a world record. Vess To Head Colonia! Sales James Vess, 370 Carolyn Dr., has been named sales manager for the Colonial Stair and Woodwork Co., at Jeffersonville, Howard T. Burnett Jr., president, announced Thursday. Vess, who had been district sales manager for the Visador Co., Jasper, Tex., for the last IO years, came to Washington C. H. in 1961.' The Jeffersonville firm, which produces stairs and window light inserts, sells its products throughout the country. The Colonial Stair and Woodwork Co. was founded by Howard W. Burnett Sr. in 1947. Through the years, the business has increased and the original plant has been outgrown. This summer, an expansion of the facilities was announced, and a new plant with 26,000 square feet of floor space has been started on the recently annexed tract in the northern part of the village. Burnett said construction is progressing on schedule and that operations in it will start by mid-November. The present plant in the heart of the village will continue to be used for various purposes. 8 Record-Herald Thursday, Aug, 31, 1961 Washington C. H., Ohio  _— Bud H Captures Scioto Feature COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) —I Bud H captured the feature race at Scioto Downs Wednes-j day night and paid $8.80, $4.80 and $2.80. Oakland Traveler was second for $3.80 and $2.60. j Galoday showed for $2.60. Time | of the mile was 2:09 2-5. The* 5-6 combination of Dream Ava and Fisherman Bert returned a $16.40 daily double. SABINA — Last April 29 Belinda Myers, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers, of Sabina, bought four pigs at a sale of 4-H club swine prospects held by Hampshire swine breeder Lester Jordan Jr., U. S. 35-N. This week at the Ohio State Fair, she not only won a handful of ribbons and trophies but also sold them for more than $4,000. She exhibited two in the Junior Revival Service A series of revival meetings will open Sunday at the Bible Missionary Church, 715 Pearl St., and continue to Sept. 17, Rev. Leo Bogenrife, the pastor las announced. The evangelist will be Rev. Rufus Fry, of Leesburg. The thomas Quartet, of Bloomingburg, will provide Special music. All services will start at 7:30 p. rn. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Fair division and two in the open show. Her grand champion 215-pound Hampshire barrow of the Junior show was bought at the auction by Bob Evans Sausages, of Columbus, for a record price of $12.20 a pound — a total of $2,623. The champion was one of a pair of barrows which took the title for that division of the show. The other one of the pair was bought by Routh Packing Co., of Sandusky, for 55 cents a pound —- a total of $118.25. Her open show champion sold for 21 cents a pound — a total of $88.20. In addition she received $50 from the National Hampshire Association as a reward for her champion barrow and pair of barrows. The Ohio Hampshire Association also awarded her $20 as a gesture of recognition. She also will get the premiums offered by the Fair in addition to an armful of trophies. Belinda plans to enter Miami Trace High School here next Tuesday in order to get some science courses not available at East Clinton High School in her home district. Her father, Charles Myers, is manager of the Selected Meats Co. buying station, Ohio 41-S. I Her mother is the home economics teacher at Miami Trace High School; she formerly taught in Wayne High School, Good Hope, before MTHS was I opened. Belinda has carried out her 4-H swine projects on the small (family tract just outside Sabina. Youth, 13, Drowns PORT CLINTON, Ohio (AP) —A 13-year-old youth drowned Wednesday in Lake Erie where he had been fishing in a boat off Locust Point Beach north of Oak Harbor. The victim was Dennis K. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Davis, of Millbury. Back From Vietnam Spc. 5 Mike Whiteside, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whiteside, 130 W. Oakland Ave., returned this week from a year of duty with the 1st Division in Vietnam. A combat veteran, he was awarded the bronze star medal for meritorious service. During the latter part of his tour of duty there he was the orderly for Gen. James F. Hollingsworth and then his successor, Gen. William F. Coleman. A 1964 graduate of Washington High School, he entered the Army in September, 1965, and a year later was in Vietnam. He is enrolled in Miami University, Oxford, and will go there Saturday to register for the business administration course. AT THE FAYETTE—Action and comedy! Jerry Lewis in his wild new Technicolor fun show “The Big Mouth”, is nuttier when he is chased by the big mob! And Feature No. 2 “The Happening”, another new laugh hit, co-stars Michael Parks, George Maharias and Robert Walker as “Hippies”, a new kind of motion picture excitement! Both features will be shown Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Chakeres Fayette Theatre. Time Clock Gets Rough Treatment ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) — That time clock recently installed in the basement of City Hall has not been well received by city employees. It was installed so that elevator operators and custodial employees could punch in when they come to work and when they leave. The same day someone literally punched the clock in the face, breaking the glass. After that it didn’t keep time very well. And it didn’t make much of an impression on the time cards. Now comes word from Building Commissioner Kenneth Brown that repairmen have found more evidence that someone doesn’t like the timepiece. Brown said battery acid has been poured into the mechanism. The saxophone was invented in 1840 by the Belgian instrument maker, Adolph Sax, from whom the instrument takes its name. AT THE DRIVE-IN—Academy Award-winner Lee Marvin in his dy namic new portrayal as Major Reisman, leads a group of Gl’s on a dangerous    mission behind German lines during World War ll in MG M’s “The Dirty Dozen.” The production, filmed in color, also stars Ernest Borgnine, and is now playing at Chakeres Drive-In Theatre through next Tuesday. High N Away Winner In Fair Feature COLUMBUS. Ohio (AP) - A slow starter this year after an outstanding 2-year-old campaign, High N Away got back in the groove Wednesday, winning her first major stake of 1967 — the $21,800 Governor’s Cup Trot at the Ohio State Fair. High N Away, owned by John Frantz of Sidney and driven by Gene Riegle of Greenville, wo.i the third and deciding heat in 2:05 4-5 after dominating the second elimination heat in 2:06 4-5. The winner of the first heat, Oily By Golly, was going good in the third heat but broke stride and settled for an eighth place finish. In both the first and final heats, Angelo Pick, owned and driven by Joe Marsh Jr. of Findlay, had command at the head of the stretch but went off gait. But despite the second bobble, Angelo Pick still wound up third in the final heat. Snow Hill girl took second place money. Miss Honest Butler, owned by McKinley Kirk and the Vallerv Brothers of Washington Court House and driven by Kirk, won the $7,325 2-year-old filly pace in 2:06 2-5 in a raceoff third heat. Kruse To Open Realty Office On S. Fayette St. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS VIRTUS J. KRUSE Virtus J. Kruse, Stafford Rd., has passed the state examination for real estate brokers and will open his own real estate office in Washington C. H., it was announced Thursday. Kruse, a farmer who served eight years as Fayette County representative to the General Assembly, will operate his firm under the name of Kruse Realty at 111 S. Fayette St. in the Lipschutz Building. He will handle farm, city and commercial properties. For the past 2V£ years Kruse has been associated with Weade and Wisecup Realty, 118 E. Market St. He will open his new quarters as soon as possible. WHY PAY MORE FOR SCHOOL CLOTHES-SHOP NATIONAL DISCOUNT LADIES' TENNIS SHOES"97 SUMMERCLfA"» SALE LABOR DAY SPECIALS SAFETYMASTER TIRES SIZE BOYS' CREW SOCKS Sizes 5 to IOV2 4 88 TYPE TUBE TYPE BLACKWALL TUBE TYPE BLACKWALL TUBELESS BLACKWALL TUBELESS BLACKWALL TUBELESS BLACKWALL 7.75x15 8.45x15 (150x13 7.75x14 8l25x14 SAVE UP TO 3.89 PER TIRE REG. PRICE 10.88 12.88 11.88 UM 13.88 F.E.T. 1.86 rn 1.80 m IM FREE INSTALLATION ON STANDARD WHEELS Slight additional charge for Mag Wheels (3-603-605-610-614-615) c GIRLS' CORDUROY Jumper Dresses Sizes 7 to 14 $188 LADIES' Poor Boy Knits -" s144 MEN'S *£1 JOHNSON’S J-WAX Rag. 1.09. Save 3)c PAPER oil additive PLATES Retards oil con- REG. 89C sumphoo and wear.    , SWEAT SHIRTS SIZES $119 S-M-L Remington. DISCOUNT CENTER rum: 12,16 & 20 GU AGE SHOTGUN SHILTS 131 W. COURT ST. 15-4219-20-22-25-26-92-93I (15-4340 41) SAVE UP TO 80c 3 DAYS ONLY Hunting Licenses Available ;