1961 Sheryl Johanson County Fair winner, Aug. 23, p. 13

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1961 Sheryl Johanson County Fair winner, Aug. 23, p. 13 - Crowds Jam S.L.CouniY*sjfoir . • '• ••'. •'*.'...
Crowds Jam S.L.CouniY*sjfoir . • '• ••'. •'*.' _ " • «/''''•..• By George A. Sorwuen. [.«««•Witter County Fair- aaibd •econd day Jammed ; ; tlMf- thj • second ! for By ,- rjve, the buUdingi and grounds had been cleaned and ifrrabeil up awaiting 'the additional throngs. -/,•'' i'' ' : -' y '-^ • '; ' • r;.'>. • r . r TOP EVE>TT "Tuesday was the. announcement of the winners winners in the 4-H Club Girls' $tyle Dress Revue b^ ISn. Bernice Bernice Palfrymari; chairman. The revue was Monday night and the winners — who will appear at the. State Fair — were announced announced . Tuesday 1 . THEY.. ABE Sheryl Johanson; Johanson; Midvale;.- Sharon Allred, MillvCreek;'. Diana Day, Draper; Draper; Kathleen Lind and Laurece Laurece Lundberg, both of Murray. Murray. . • • Dawn ^ o o d b u r y, Sandy, took first place in the senior 4-H Club girls' demonstration contest. She also will go' to the state fair. W1NNEBS OF the Farm Bureau Bureau Trophy in the demonstration demonstration contes't were Dawna Fay Elswood, .Sandy, individual, and She'rry" Coon • and J Nola Hatch, Hunter, team. .. Karen Wilson, Riverto'n.'was vvinner of- the Kerr CaihnSrig Award. ... . ; vSTEVB-.POLI^'-'East .MiU Creek; Robert Park, Murray, and i Douglas, 'Schmidt, West Jordan, were .selected as "the 4-H .Club boys' T crop judging team to be-enterecViri trie"state fair.while.i,ynn Margetts, West Jordan, wUl -go ; along'Ior the demonstration; of /his ..project. WINNERS IN the . Jersey dairy cow competition Were Gordon Parks in the three-year or older class; Bruce Crane, two-to-three year class; Brad Crane and Ron Murafo'fd, one- to-two year class; and Dave Evans, under one year. In the Hoistein class, winners winners were Belba Whitbeck, two- to-three years; Betty Gardner, one-to-two years, and Betty Gardner, Terry Breze and Belba Whitbeck, under one year. VAUGHN McDougal 'won top honors with Ms entry in the Hoistein Gray class and Bob Hardman won an "A" ±6r his Guernsey cow entry. In the sitting and snowing competition, which .includes all breeds, Betty Gardner won first place, Gordon Par^took second and Dennis McDougal was third. WINNERS IN-the open class horticulture and ' field crops also were announced Tuesday. They are: Howard Steggell, 3572 Millcreek, : nine; Thelma Steggell, 3572 Millcreek, and Ken Serre, 520 Vine -St.. seven each; Ernest E. Sfucki, 1646 E. Stratford Ave., and Joe Ra- moselli, 6575-900 East, six each; Matt Haslam, . 37£>9 S. 5200 West, five;. George E. Walton, 1808 E. 6400 South, and Mrs. Pereni Pueci, 1860 Frontier PL, three each. ' " DATE LUNDBEBG, 133 Vine St., Mrs. Joe Ramoselli, 6575-900 East; Judith Howe, 2601-900 East; Michael Christensen, Christensen, 307 E. 5300 South; R. E. Madsen, 5300-900 East; Ruth Lundberg, 133 Williams 'Court, and Dorene Steggell, 3572 Millcreek, Millcreek, one each. . . WEDNESDAY* p r.o g ram will include acceptance of erv tries lor the second flower show at ;7:30 a.m. Judging of 4-H Club and FFA sheep will begin at 9 E.m. and will • be followed by the fitting and showmanship contest. '• The second flower show will be judged at 10 a.m., along with-the 4-H and FFA swine and open class dairy. The youngsters will hold fitting and showmanship contest immediately immediately after. PROFESSIONAL talent at 8 p.m. again will feature Eddie Dean, popular vocalist. Second go-around of the calf scramble is scheduled for T p.m. in the rodeo arena. "auto »y«" 35mm camera with ..„. 89.95, AQtt Fuji/ automatic,; a ~p!easur« to operate. Pricid Jo clear. |MMy. tMWM '•:• '•_ ; . • ^WAII9 for ffttfl WMnM^f'' "i >r'€>.•»•• '• one piece -on covers chair cover *ofa cover Easy to pot on, just slip over chair or sofa, elastic tapes give snug fit. . '' . Slips on in jiffy and *-t-r-«-t-e-li-*-j to gJv« o "ilip cover look." It's machine washable rayon-cotton, yoJ don't have to iron it) arid you won't be bothered with' wrinkles. Use.these covers on chairs and so'fcis of any shape, including sofa beds and hide-a-beds, 5 (Might*°l.«°'9rs: (Might*°l.«°'9rs: : green, nutmeg, rose, .turquoise, gold/ • phorw for fr« cUlivary,mail. •Htri box 144j;' 60c potfott, J% «l« tax in Utah. ~ " -' " " "~ . ., Fourth .Floor' Draperiei/f pSarkirig lefel "• .12 ' '" ' easy to install pneumatic door closer 98 .Use on storm and screen doors. " IJ4" diameter steel tube, lifetime finish. Finger-, tip control qr^ustment to eliminate eliminate stemming. Shock, absorber spring.

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 23 Aug 1961, Wed,
  3. Page 14

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