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STATE COBS SHOW WINNERS
Awards Completed Moaday by 4
Judges The Lisi.
The task of awarding the prizes In
the Missouri State Corn Show was
completed Monday after the corn had
been exhibited a week. Ten prizes
were awarded Jri each of the class
contests and the following list of
prize winners here given includes the
first and most of the second prizes
Best 10 cars yellow corn, men's clas3,
Ora Bennett, Browning; best 10 ears
white corn, men's class, Chris Smith,
Bunceton; best 10 ears yellow corn,
young men's class, Wade Boots, Pal
myra; best 10 cars white corn, young
men's class, Chester Matheny, Miami;
best 10 ears yellow corn, boy's class,
Harry Jordan, Shelbina; best 10 ears
white, boy's class, Oscar Douglass,
Shelbina; sweepstakes 10 ears, young
men's class, Chester Matheney Miami;
sweepstakes 10 ears boy's class, Har
vey Jordan, Shelbina; sweepstakes
acre yield, M. McCauley, Doniphan.
For the other contests the state
was divided into five sections and the
entries into three classes.
Northwest section White corn, first,
Milton Uphaus, Concordia; second,
Harvey Walkenhort, Concordia. Yel
low corn: first, George H. Sly, Rock
port; second, H. R, Scott, Tarklo.
Northeast section White corn:
First, J. G. Douglass, Shelbina; second,
A. White, Jr., Palmyra. Yellow corn:
First,, Ora Bennett, Browning; second,
J. R. Douglass, Shelbina.
Central section White corn: First,
Chris Smith, Bunceton; second, J. E.
Matheney, Miami. Yellow corn: First
Leora Hendrix, Columbia; second,
Robert Pratt, McCredie.
Southwest section White corn:
First, Newell Taylor, Centervlew;
second, C. W. McCroskey, Battlefield.
Yellow corn: First, Levi Jacoby, Cen
tervlew; second, Archie Poncot,
Southeast section White corn:
First, B. J. Bayer, Chesterfield; sec
ond, J. H. Gale, Chesterfield. Yellow:
First, M. McCauleyj second. Wash
Young Men's Contest
Northwest A. M. Rice, ' Hickory,
Northeast J. M. Douglass, Shelbina,
Central Chester Matheney, Miami,
Southwest Homer Sanders, Brook
Southeast Carr McCauley, Doniph
The first five prizes for white corn
In the boy's contest were won by:
Dale Thompson, Maryvllle; Oscar
Douglass, Shelbina; Tommy Yeager,
Beamont; Cyrus Jarman, Pittsvllle,
and Earl McCauley, Doniphan.
In the men's contest for the best
20 ears of white corn open to the
entire state, J. E. Matheney, Miami,
wonjfirst and H. C. Gadberry, Miami,
second. On the yellow corn, 20 ears,
F. M. Riebel, Arbela, got first and G.
H. Sly, Rockport, second. H. L.
Evans, Carrollton won first for the
best ear of yellow corn.
In the men's breeding contest first
was won by H. R. Scott, Tarkio, and
second by S. P. Stephenson, Canton.
AWARD 120 PRIZES
(Continued from page 1.)
C. D. Reed, Wellsville first cocke
rel, first and third pullets, first pen.
Mrs. R. S. Stevenson, Columbia sec
ond cock, third hen.
Miss Elizabeth Hodge, Columbia
third and fourth cocks; fourth and
fifth hens; second and third cockerels;
second, fourth and fifth pullets; sec
ond and third pens.
G. C. Tucker, Hallsvllle second
M. R. Howell, Hallsvllle fourth
cockerel, fourth pen. -
S. C Rhode Island Reds.
F. G. Prather, Columbia second
cock, first hen; third pen.
Jack Brackley. Chillicothe first
cockerel; first, second, fourth and
fifth pullets; first pen.
Mrs. J. N. Taylor, Columbia second
hen,' second pen.
R. F. Nickel, Braymer second,
third and fifth cockerels; second pen.
Mrs.. J. H. Henderson, Polo third
Mrs. E. E. Evans, Columbia fourth
Mrs. W. T. Anderson, Columbia
Mrs. Melvin Greggs, Stanberry first
cock; first and third hen; second
cockerel, third pullet, third pen.
Mr. Farris, Columbia first cockerel,
W. E. McDonnell and' Son, Centralia
second cock, second hen, third cocke
rel, first and second pullets, second
George Vanlva, Columbia fourth
M. R. Howell, Halls Hie fifth cock,
fourth cockerel, fourth pullet, fourth
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Missourian at the In
formation Bureau each night.
These papers will be given
free to all visiting farmers dur
ing the week. They will contain the
program of all meetings, their time
and a special page of Agricultural
news written by Agricultural students.
More Than a
University Dining Club
The University Dining Club is a
plac where students may get good
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But it is more than that. It is a place where one
fourth of the men in the University come together
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The University Dining Club is part
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GARRETT 4 MORRIS
13 N. 9th
Mooed from 95 Broadway
WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:30 P. M.
The Better Side of Farming, W. L. Houser.
The Swine Plague (Illustrated), Dr. W. B. Niles.
The Study of Agriculture (Illustrated), R. M. Washburn.
THURSDAY MORNING 8:30 to 9:30 A. M.
Lighting the Farm Home, M. A. R. Kelley.
Planting the Home Grounds, H. F. Major.
Tnc Principles Employed in Breeding Poultry, H. L. Kempster.
Care of Breeding Hogs, L. A. Weaver.
The College, the Government and the County Farm Adviser,
General Management of Dairy Cattle, C. H. Eckles, E. G. Wood
ward. The Maintenance of Organic Matter in Soils, T. R. Douglass.
Orchard Fertilizers, W. H. Chandler.
Feeding Hens for Egg Production, H. A., McAleer.
Missouri Cattle Feeding Experiments, F. B. Mumford.
As the Commercial Club Sees jhe County Farm Adviser, William
Dairy Barn Construction, C. H. Eckles, P. M. Brandt.
Practical Farm Drainage, M. F. Miller.
Methods of Inducing Fruitfulness of Trees, J. C. Whitten.
Marketing Poultry Products from a Commercial Poultry Fafn,
R. C. Lawry.
Classes of Light Horses, Matt C. Cohen.
The College and the County Adviser (10:30 to 11:15), F. B.
The County Adviser and Farm Records (11:15 to 12:00), O. R.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON 1:30 to 3:00 P. M.
Corn Judging Demonstration, J. C. Hackleman, T. R. Douglass,
A. R. Evans, R. R. Hudleson.
Tree Repair (inarching girdles, top grafting, treating wounds),
W. L. Howard. '
Some Lessons from First Year's National Egg Laying Contest
at Mountain Grove, T. E. Quisenberry.
Beef Cattle Judging, H. O. Allison.
How the County Farm Adviser Reaches the People (1:30 to
2:15), S. M. Jordan.
What the County Work Is and How It Is Done (2:15 to 3:00),
C. M. McWilliams.
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