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PICTORIAL WEEKLY 49 MOUNT PULASKL ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUG. 16. 1951 NUMBER 3 .REP. BARRETT F. ROGERS of Atlanta, president of the Logan County Fair. is shown presenting trophies in junior citizenship awards on Friday night to James Ward. Elkhart high, and Miss Fonda Spaits of Atlanta high. Shown also, is Fred Hoppin, farm adviser, who revealed the winners. --Shroyer Photo. ALICE INGILM of Warrensburg was a mighty proud little girl as she accepted the first prize ribbon from Wilbur Colburn, horse show superintendent, for her fine performance with the shetland, Orange Pekoe. Second place in the event was taken by Jimmy Clarence Bowers. ! mShroyer Photo. JAMES MITCHELL, son of Mr, and Mrs. Win. Mitchell Mount Pulaski, won grand champion. ship m open class and reserve champion of 4-H with this Chester White Boar. mShroyer Photo EDWIN STOLL of Chestnut, won the junior heifer class in the Milking Shorthorn cattle show at the Logan County Fair and also received a trophy from Robert Groth of Hartsburg offered for the best 4-H livestock project. Shroyer Photo. EDWIN D. STOLL` Chestnut, is shown with Laneview Doily, a senitr heifer calf, which was named champion Milking Short- horn female in junior department livesto'ck judging at the State Fair. Edwin is the 11-year.cld son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stoll of Chestnut. --Shroyer Photo.