Donna and Wanda Messenlehner Take the Prize

31 Aug 1961 The Daily Record The Stroudsburgs, PA

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Donna and Wanda Messenlehner Take the Prize - to Fair's Division Eleven Winners At 40th West...
to Fair's Division Eleven Winners At 40th West End Fair GILBERT--Division eleven, crochet work; knitting, embroid- ery and all needle work plus home crafts. Mrs. Mary I.ytle, free hand painting of Lincoln, Ilrst prize. Mrs. Earl Lobach listed the following prizes: First and sec- ond (or hankies with crocheted edges, first for bureau scarf, dolly, place mat, embroidered dolly, guest towel and pot hold- er; second for crochet pin cush- ion, first for apron, second, cro- cheted rug. Mrs. Helen Chizmoxia: Cro- cheted dolly, third, crocheted hankie, chair set, bureau set, pot holder all first, second for the edged hankie. She re- ceived first prizes for: Needle- point picture, crocheted gloves, chair cover, rug, afghan. Miss Ann Bennett took sec- ond for her crocheted center- piece and dolly and picture. Firsts for her svere crocheted bureau scarf, sfghan, npron and headpiece, skirl, and crocheted hankie. Mis. Kenneth Bennett's cro- cheted afghan took second. Mrs. Miriam Attemose first for cen- terpiece and picture. Mrs. Ida Murphy look first for the following: Hug, pillow, child's apron, clothes pin bag, pillow case sets, cross stitch pic- ture, two quilts and chair set. Mrs, James Smith, first for hankie assortment, second for Mrs. Lillian VVeust's rug; first for Mrs. Gloria BnuniRartner's crib comforter and first for Dolores Doris's ceramic plainer. A ceramic cat and two lamps took first place for Mrs. Dolores Dorin. Candy howl and vase, second for Miss Karen Michaels. Perfume bottle second for Knrl Michael. Miss Carol Fix, a second for pillow cases and firsts for pil- low cases and baby sacque, a second for lace bureau scarf. Miss Louise Fox, crib quilt first. Keith Michaels, vase, Give Fashion Mackes and Mary Ann Moyer tied for first, Brenda Freach and Gladys Stout tied for sec- ond. Margaret Altemose took first for her dressy wool dress. Carol Division Five Winners IN DIVISION five, Hay, Corn, Grain, and Potatoes, (he Judging was clone yesterday at (he West End Fair being held in Gilbert. t h i r d . Airs, Floyd Oney, for picture o( the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Louise Siegfried, firsts for: CJuest towels, jilaco rants mid chair bncks. -' Mrs. Paul Flory, second for guest towels and place mats, first for table cloth and nap- kins. Miss Patricia Flory, first for guest ' towels. Mrs. John Stout, first for guesl towels. Mrs. Miriam AHemose, third for afghan. Mrs. Barbara Snyder' second for a soap dish and for a hosiery bag. Her towel set and corner crocheted hankie look second while her dolly, hot pad, pillow' case's, haby set, sachet h a t , tosfer cover, and apron took first. Mrs. Clayton Snyder look first for two book marks, a hankie and table cloth, with a second for a sachet. Miss Donna Messenlehner took tirst for woven pot holders, a cotton and a nylon, w i t ond for a hot pad. Miss Wanda Messenlehner, second for pair of nylon hot parts. Poltery bowl took first for Mrs. Elsie White. , Miss Emily White, first for ash tray. Miss Diane Bittner, first for a rujr, Miss Deborah Bittner, third for a rug. Bot- tled cucumber, second for Cur- tis Green' nml second for Mrs. Floyd Shupp for plllou* cases. Her bureau scarf took first and guest towels, second,

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  2. 31 Aug 1961, Thu,
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