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AUGUffr 14, from Pae 34) Jayne, first; Mrs. J. eond; Mary Walsh, third; Mrs. Leslie Read, of yellow beans m pod Roos, Beason, first; Springfield, second; Read, third; Mrs. W. J. ou of Rma beans in pod-- ller, Atlanta, first; Zelle, Illiopolis, second; '. Swearingen, third; ltetschler, fourth. beets--Harold Koester, W. F. Swearengen, sec- Ellis Voile, Chestnut, Leon Jayne, fourth. CUcumbers---Mrs. W. F. nrat; Mrs. G. H. Mrs. Ellis Volle, Koester, fourUL cucumbers---Mrs. At- first; Mrs. F. J. Ful- Mrs. F, Rentschier, Gardner, Beason, cucumbers--Mrs. E. Mary Walsh, sec- Begolka, third; Ed- foUa,Lh. W. J. FUl- Mrs. Leon Jayne, sec- H. Flint, third; Paul onions--Arthur Belt, Harold Van Hilson, second; Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Harold Keys, W. J. Ful- Mrs. J. H. Flint, sec- Albert Apel, third; Mrs. fourth. peppers -- Gaylord Edwin Gardner, J. Fulecher, third; Jayne, fourth. peppers---Mrs. W. J. Mary Walsh, sec- W. F. Swearengen, Hickman, fourth. &rid purple tomatoes Swearengen, first; second; Mrs. H. Pulaski, third; Jayne, fourth. tomatoea---Mrs. W. first; Mrs. Arthur Be- Mary Walsh, third; Vone, fourth. Peck red potatoes---Mrs. W. F. Fulscher, first; Paul Wemsbecker, second; Miss Mary Danaher, Ath- ens, third; Golda Mae Gehrke, New Holland, fourth. Peck of white potatoes---Paul Wessbecker, first; Mrs. W. J. FUl- scher, second; Mary Walsh, third; Mrs. Leon Jayne, fourth. Yellow sweet corn, 10 ears---Ed- win Rentschler, first; Pauline My- ers, second; Edwin Gardner, third. White sweet corn, 10 ears--- Mrs. W. F. Swearengen, first; Mrs. W. J. Fulscher, second; Mrs. Leon Jayne, third; Mrs. Paul Miller, At- lanta, fourth. Best display of not less than 16 and not more than 20 kinds of vegetables--Mrs. F. W. Swearen- gen, first; Mrs. W. J. Fulscher, second; Gaylord Hickman, third; Mrs. Ellis Voile, fourth. OPEN CLASS POULTRY Cock, Plymouth Rock -- Gerald C, ehrke, New Holland, I; Gerald Gehrke, 2. Cockerel, Plymouth R o c k Wayne Niewold, New Holland, 1; William Daily, enney, 2; Wayne Niewold, 3. Hen, Plymouth RoCk mGerald Gehrke, 1 and 2. Pullet, Plymouth Rock--Wayne Niewold, 1; William Daily, 2; Wayne Niewold, 3. Pen, old plymouth Rockald Gehrke, 1; Gerald Gehrke, 2. Pen, youngs  Wayne Niewold, 1; William Daily, 2; Wayne Nie- wold, 3. Cock, White Plymouth Rock Meaxs Brothers, Kenney, 1. Cockerel  Meats Brothers, 1; Herman Betzelberger, Lincoln, 2; Herman Betzelberger, 3. HenMears Brothers, 1. pullet--Hermm Betzelberger, 1; Mears Brothers, 2; Herman Betz- elberger, 3. Pen, old--Meats Brothers, 1. Pen, youngMears Brothers, 1; Herman Betzelberger, 2; Herman Betzelberger, 3. Cockerel, White Wyandotte- Theo. Meyers, Decatur, 1. Pullet--Thco Meyers, I; Thee. Meyers, 2. Pen, youngTheo. Meyers, I. Cock, single comb white leghorn --Thee. Meyer, 1; Thco Meyer, 2; Calvin Stickel, 3, Kenney. Cockerel 6 Thee Meyer, 1; charles parr, New Holland, 2 and 3. Hen--Thco Meyer, 1 and 2; Calvin Stickel, 3. R MONEY MORE HERE dan, Gurnetal Sedan Sedan Sedan Sedan, new palnf Sedan, Recon&fioned and new palnt Selan, Meroaa Panel Tudor, Recond|fioned Sedan Sedan Many C)fhers to Se[ed From SPECIALS Ford Sedan . $ 169.00 Plymouth Sedan .......... $ 99.00 All cars cee be purchased on our PROTECTED PAYMENT PLAN made for you when you are sc. or sabled. Ee- rice balance paid in the event of Dea. rton MotorCo. LINCOLN, ILL i lhfllet--Theo. Meyer, I and Charles Parr, & Pen--Thee. Meyer, 1 and 2; Cal- vin Stlckel, 3. Pen, young--Theo. Meyer, 1; Charles Parr, 2 and 3. Cock, single comb white OrpLug- ton--Mrs. Burch Lee, Hartsburg, 1 and 3; Rudolph Deiss, New Hol- land, 2. William Daily, Kenney, 1; Ru- dolph Deiss, 2; Wayne Semple, New Holland, 3. Hen--Mrs. Burch Lee, 1 and 2; Rudolph Deiss, $. Pullet--William Daly, 1; Ru- dolph Deiss, 2; Wayne Scruple, 3. Pen, old--Mrs. Butch Lee, 1 and 2; Rudolph Deiss, 3. Pen, young--William Daily, 1; Rudo}ph Deiss, 2; Wayne Senple, 3. Cockerel, Buff Rock -- Thee. Meyer, 1; Merle Delss, New Hol- land, 2 and 3. Pullet--Merle Dei, I and 2; Thee Meyer, 3. Pen, young--Merle Deiss, 1 and 2; Thee. Meyer, 3. Cock, New Hampshires -- Thee. Meyer, 1. Cockerel--Theo. Meyer, 1 and 2; Earl Baurer, New Holland, 3. Pen, old---Thee. Meyer, 1 and 2. Pen, youngTheo Meyer, 1 and 2; Earl Baurer, 3. Cock, Clmmpion---Theo. Meyer. Cockerel champion  William Daily. Hen, champion---Mea Broth- era. Pullet ClmmplonmTheo Meyers. Pen, old, champion--Thee Mey- era. Pen, young, champion  Thee. Meyers. 4-H CLUB DAIRY CATTLE Jersey Cattle--I K. Buckles, Mt. Pulaski, 1st and 2nd; Lyle Staa, Beason 3rd and 4th; James Groff, Middletown, 5th. Jersey Heifer--L. K. Buckles, Mt. Pulaski. Jersey calf or helfer--Lyle Sta- ate, I; Wallace Mayberry, Beason, 2 and 3; Esther Won Drehl, Lin- coln, 4; Wayne Neveold, New Hol- land, 5 and 6. Gerns Calf--Merritt Steffins, Lincoln, 1; Catherine Hasenmeyer, Lincoln, 2; Betty J. Rankin, Lin- coln, 3; Elsas, Lincoln, 5; Rayo mond Yagow, Lincoln 6; Eleanor Horn, Lincoln, Paul Schwant Lincoln, 7; Raymond Ygow, -; Merritt Steffin, 9; Mary Jarre Has- enmeyer, Lincoln, 10. Guerny heifer--Walter Gehl- bach, Lincoln, I; Robert Gehlbach, Lincoln, 2; MarJorie Horn, Lincoln, 3; Eleanor Horn, 4; Merritt Stef- fins, 5; William Gehlbach, Lin- coin, 6; Eleanor Horn, 7; Ray- mond Yagow, 8; Charles Parr, New Holland, 9. Guerrsey calf or heifer--Ken- neth Oltmann, Orvil, 1 and 2; Earl , ml iii , Bauer, New Holland, 3;  l- ton, N'ew Holhmd, 4; Earl Bar, 5. Brown Swiss Holstein, Milking atorthorn or red polled calf--Jol Rentechler, Beason, 1; Annline Harnacke, New Holland, 2; Nel- son Albert, Orvil, 3; Gerald ke, New Holland, 4. Brown Swiss, Holseln, milking shorthorn or red polled heifer Ruesel Hudspeth, Lincoln, 1; Ger- ald Gehrke, New Holland, 2; ville B. Deiss, New Holland, 3; ...... Lewis Wurth, Beason, 4 and 5. Brown Swiss, Holstein milking shortlwrn or red polled calf or heifer--Harold Harnacke, New Holland, 2; Donald Harnacke, New Holland, 2; Harold Harnacke, 3; Howard Boward, Middletown, 4. Dairy Cow--Esther Yon Drel, 1; Merritt Steffins, 2 and 4; Betty Rankin, 3. 4-H CIq'B SHEEP Ewe Lamb--John Brandt, At- lanta, 1 and 2; Robert Quisenberry, Orvil, 3 and 6; Norman Pyle, Elkhart 4 and 5. Pen of lambs---John Brandt, 1 and 4; Robert Quisenberry, 2; Frederick Durchholz, Elkhart, 3; Norman Pyles, Elklrt, 5. Ewe lmnb, gradeDelores Rohro r, 1; Walter Ebel, Lincoln, 2 and 6; Merlin Sandel, Beason, 3 and 4; KI Langenbahm, Lincoln, 5 and 7; (Continued on page 38) We want to take is opportunity to congratu- late the Farmers of Logan County on their suc- cessful Logar County Fair. The First National Bank MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. Our RESOURCES To $1,000,000.00 to the Farmers of this vicinity and Logan Coun- ty who through their Progressiveness a n d Thriftiness in conducting the farming and busi- ness interests have made it possible for this institution to build We to Give Credit