146 Fine Cattle Win Prizes At Richland Fat Stock Show

More than 146 top-rate animals were exhibited at the first annual Columbia fat stock show and sale which opened yesterday at Fairwold, attended by 400 persons from various counties in the state.

There were two main division of the show, the junior division and the adult division. The junior division also had a special show for 4-H entries and FFA entries.

Heyward Kirkland of Blaney, FFA, was declared grand champion in the junior division, in which 4-H and FFA members competed fro a total of $500 in prizes, which were given according to animal grades. Miss Lois Dowey of Dentsville, FFA, was the reserved champion.

These two winners also were declared champs in FFA group. Winners in the 4-H group were the animals on exhibit by William Rauston of Johnson, 4-H, whose animals were listed champion and reserve champion.

In the adult division, F. M. Roddey of Columbia received first prize in the carlot and the pen of three groupings.

Other prizes in the car lot group were: McIver Pickett, Columbia, second prize; Connor brothers, Eutawville, third, and David Dows, Blythewood, fourth.

Prizes in the pen of three included; J. R. Hawkins, Columbia, second; F. M. Roddey, Columbia, third; Mr. Hawkins, fourth and J. C. Heriot, Bishophville, fifth.

The amount of the purse in the adult division was as follows; carlot; first, $100; second, $75; third, $50; fourth, $25 and fifth, $10.

Pen of three: first, $25; second, $20, third, $15; fourth, $10, and fifth, $5.

The sale will start at 1:30 this afternoon when the animals judged yesterday will be on sale. It is expected that buyers will pay as much as $1 per pound for some of the animals.

Winners of $16.13 in prizes in the junior division for animals listed as choice were;

Heyward Kirkland, Blaney; Miss Lois Dowey, Dentsville; William Rauton, Johnston; William Rauton, Johnston; Billy Brown, Blythewood; Melvin Dowey, Dentsville; Myron Price, Blythewood; Lehman Nelson, Blaney; Billy Cook, Blythewood; Joe N. Long, Saluda; Francis Riley, Blythewood; Robert Abell, Saluda; Dial Rawl, Lexington; Dan Stevens, Blythewood.

Junior division winners whose animals were rated as good and who won a $9.68 purse were: Bobby Hair, Blackstock; Cecil Riley, Blythewood; Charlie Miles, Dentsville; Harold Boney, Blythewood; J. L. Johnson, Dentsville; Bobby Boney, Blythewood; Charlie Miles, Dentsville; Lemuel Wooten, Blythewood; T. H. Douglass, Chesterfield; Harold Boney, Blythewood; Frank Jones, Dentsville.

Junior division winners whose animals were listed as medium and who received a $6.25 prize, were; Curtis Martin, Dentsville; Bennie Wiggins, Hopkins; Odell Martin, Dentsville; Myron Price, Blythewood; Albert Prewitt, Dentsville; Howard Rawl, Lexington; Gilbert McLain, Chesterfield; Richard Blume, Blythewood; Louise Prewitt, Dentsville; Irvin Robinson, Jenkinsville; Billy Hair, Blackstock; Irvin Robinson, Jenkinsville; J. K. Johnson, Dentsville; Elaine Stroke, Jenkinsville; Willie Terry, Dentsville; E. J. Wilson, Jr., Blythewood; Amos Terry, Dentsville; Buddy Craig, Eastover; Irvin LeGrande, Dentsville; Joe Toplack, Blythewood; Irvin LeGrande, Dentsville; Bobby Geiger, Dentsville; Valmore Kirkland, Saluda; Cathleen Branshaw, Dentsville; Mary Martin, Dentsville; Carl Addy, Saluda.

1945.04.24 - 146 Fine Cattle Win Prizes At Richland Fat Stock Show
April 24, 1945 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Page 4

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