The Garden City Telegram
10/17/2013
SOUTHWEST LIFE

Southwest Community

Area youth attend show

Several youth in Finney County were among the 795 entrants from 92 counties participating in the Kansas Junior Livestock Show last month in Wichita.

Entrants in the various categories were as follows:

Airika Frey, Garden City, Market Barrow and Swine Showmanship; Lucas Goss, Garden City, Market Lamb and Sheep Showmanship; Kaitlynn Hammond, Holcomb, Market Barrow; Kyle Hammond, Holcomb, Market Barrow; Cooper Henson, Holcomb, Market Steer, Commercial Breeding Heifer and Beef Showmanship;

Jonathan Lock, Garden City, Market Barrow and Swine Showmanship; Micaila Lock, Market Barrow and Swine Showmanship; Randal Long, Garden City, Market Barrow and Swine Showmanship; Rilee McGraw, Garden City, Market Steer and Beef Showmanship; Katie Mongeau, Holcomb, Market Barrow, Meat Goat, Commercial Doe Kid, Swine Showmanship and Goat Showmanship;

Taylor Oliver, Garden City, Market Lamb and Sheep Showmanship; Travis Oliver, Garden City, Market Barrow, Market Lamb, Swine Showmanship and Sheep Showmanship; Brooklyn Percival, Garden City, Meat Goat and Goat Showmanship; and Kennedy Percival, Garden City, Meat Goat and Goat Showmanship.

The 81st annual show had the largest number of livestock entered in 25 years, 1,817 animals.

Senior center bridge

Carol Bradford won high in the two tables of senior center bridge played Friday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St. Gwyneth Frack took second place. Third went to Betty Harsh.

Duplicate bridge

The Garden City Duplicate Bridge Club played a regular game Sunday as seven pairs competed closely over 28 boards. The sole slam failed but suit games held two to one over no-trump for the 22 bid. Pat Barber and Faye Anderson held first place by one point over Therin and Diane Woolwine. One-half point behind in third were Dorothy Bartlett and Janet Jenkins.

Monday night's boards created a large separation between the leaders but still produced 30 games plus four slams. Virginia Enslow and Dorothy Bartlett pushed a 70 percent game for first place. Jon Craig and Wen Wurst were second at 57 percent, and Shirley Klotz and Woolwine held third with a 52 percent game.

Tuesday's session saw three tables producing 27 games but no slams. Irene Bryant and Jenkins were first with a 64 percent game while Jon Kempton and Enslow took second place.

Regular games begin at 7 p.m. Monday, 1:15 p.m. Tuesday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St., with all bridge players welcome. For partners, call Kempton at 276-2876.

Senior center pitch

Lois Towns won high in the three tables of senior center pitch played Tuesday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St. Second place went to Jerry Wallace. Isabel Finch placed third.

Senior center double pinochle

Leonard Yardley won high in the four tables of senior center double pinochle played Monday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St. Ruth Romesburg took second place. Third went to Charles Maxfield.