Donna Messenlehner

From Saylorsburg wins prize for her broccoli; Wilma George wins for her pumpkin

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Vegetable Experts Take West End GILBERT - Garden produce was a popular class at (lie West K»d Fair. Here's the complcle list of winners. Richard Knectit of Baylors burg, HD 1, (irst in hickory nuts, and second in Hat eben- czcr onions; Eleanor Graf of Slroudsburg, HD 1, second in large (ield squash; Mrs. Stan- ley Dunning of Gilbert, first in large field squash class, second in licrbs, husk tomatoes and butternut squash classes, and third in small pumpkin pie class. Tommy Krcsgc of Brodheads- ville, third in baby lima beans in pods class; Billy Kresge of lirodheadsvillc, first in egg- plants, snvall pumpkin pic, yel- low tomatoes, gourds, squash and kidney beans classes, sec- ond in round sweet peppers L'lrtss, »nd third in yellow snap beans and Kentucky wonders beans classes. 1'uinpkln l.ayton E. Milman of Brod- headsville, first in sweet pump- kin and large field pumpkin classes; Wihnfi George of Kun- klctown, R D 2. first in bird cg« beans, yellow snap beans and Fordbor!; bush 1 i in H beans ('hisses, second in green snap brans class, and third in two- inch cucumbers class. Diane Bittner of Kunkletown, Rf) 2, second in Italian toma- toes and large Spanish o n i o n classes, and third in zucchini squash class; Mrs. Jack Smith of Saylorsburg. RD 1, third in Big Boy tomatoes class; M r s . Carl Davidson o( Kunklefown, HD 2, first in hops class and second in rhubarb class. and snap green bcjuis classes j dasscs ' !ln(l tlllr1 '» hickory and second in parsley ami lock i nuls aml nusk tomato classes; classes; Mrs. K l b e r t ' Bcrjjor o f ! Jerry Romanscavage of Ray- SaylorsburK, RD 1. s c c o n d in I ------- · ---- yellow snap beans, two inch i /"\ , m. pickling cucumber, cisM i n c h . UppOriUJlC l l J H C slicing cucumber and b e e l s ' I/ TVTI.V^ I"k · V ()!' INI' U Ul'LVO classes. rowfat beans classes; Mrs. classes, second in black kernel B) ' OV1D ^ MAIIT1N Assix-lalcdPrcss Writer WASHINGTON ( A P ) -- The j N a t i o n a l Farmers Organization chose a good time for staging its drive to get farmers to with Willhiin Andreas of Siiylnrs- burs, HI) 1, second in 'pally pan squash and pumpkin pic classes, mid Iliinl iti y e H o w sweet com, sweet pepper uiul cauliflower classes; Miss \'el- ".i un.t: LU KKi UU-IJH.-I: lu wua- ma I'l-iihlc or Slrouclslmi-K, K l ) | l « l ( l cattle, hogs, lambs and 5, first iti endive, parsk'y, cole- ; sheep from markets now tc force ry, sivcct popper and while mm i h i y h c r prices. [Mlli]-? 0 TM 1 "' L" I* 1 "!" ' I " S S | ' K c n n o m i t fiictors have indica- class Oi l e t t u c e , |«l for some lime thai there ivlnk i-TM«. , j would be a price upturn for the 1m si,' rt m " r V '1 f!C ° S : ' - i m C i l t animals late this summer imslmrg, ni 2, ( lrs t m soulli- and fall. ern peas and black walmit k o r - 1 The wilhholdin E p r o g r a m nets classes, and second in j cnulrt--depending on the degree Spanish red o n i o n s - a n d , I a p a - i ° ' its success--accentuate the ncsc walnuts classes; S u s a n CJ;pc ' cl!tl pl ' icc advances. But M c n i r t e nf S:H.I,V,.«I,M '.,,..., ''""Wess controversy will arise lorsburg, [irst in multiplier on- ions class, second in improved bush lima and dried marrowfat bean classes, and third in green marrowfat bcnn and wal- nut classes. Don l l o f f n e r of SaylorsburR, second in hops and dried bird egg classes and third in red kid- ney beans class; .loyce l l o f f n e r of Saytorsburg, first in hazel- nuts class and second in navv beans class; Frank Domaii.s- caviigo of Saylorsburg, first in husk tomato class, Pumpkins Barbara Bc-rgcr of Krcsgc- ville, third in large p u m p k i n class; Joanne N'ctf of Kresge- I'ille, first in rhubarb class and third in parsley class; .loanne Werncl of E f f o n , first in yellow corn class; Mrs. Rcrllm' Hold of Gilberl, f i i s l in miisl-mrlon. i lettuce and swiss cliard classes, j second in endive, broccoli and ( white sweet corn classes. ' Mrs. Miriam Christman o f ; HrodhoadsvilU'. third in .small plum tomatoes; M r s . l.ydin Doi- , bcr( of Gilhorl, first in h e r b s ' and third in hops; Dcnm Kroger of Kresgeville, third in p a t t y , pan squash; M r s . Hetty Kunkfe of Effort, f i r s t in sweet onions class. Donna Messenlehner of Say- lorslmrf!, first in liroccoli; Mrs. .John l.L]jiiic.'oU of ScioUi, .sec- ond in loose leaf ietliK-c class, and third in mint tea class; Mrs. M a r y Hin'gliti of Stroutls- [ Inirg, first in lonj; sweet pepper ] class; and Hubert l i r i j j u s of i Siiylorsbiirj,', lliinl in while on- ions class. FARMS THE Brodheadsville M e r v i n e of SaylursburK. second in onion sets and wuLmil class- among farm RI-OIIJJS as to wheih- cr t h e withholding program or |CS. and t h i r d in b n 1 1 e r n u I j the economic factors were the snuush class. Itcd Onions Francis Mcrvine Jr. of Sav- m n j u r rontrihulors to price jm- provrmeiits. II is assumed, of course, t h a t . ".' · ' « · ' l l . I - I L J I I I ^ M , U l * . U l l l ."llj, U l t U lorsburg, first in sets, red on- NTO lenders will claijn major ions, and Japanese w a 1 nu 1 s i credit. FLORY MILLING COMPANY Poultry, Dairy, Turkey and Livestock Feeds Since 1853 It's Worlh The Trip -yj 1 ^* -* The ^'yclon'-,Sears S f o i c in SfroudslnirK SEE New compact BOLENS ESTATE

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  1. The Pocono Record,
  2. 27 Aug 1964, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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