The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1949 · Page 8
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' PAGE EIGHT BLrnrEvn,LE .V COUBIEB NEWS Farm and Home Department Displays at District Fair Draw Praise from Contest Judges Judging in the Woman's Building was nearitiK completion today u the Northeast Arkansas District Fair began it's fourth day, and most 'at the Items were rearing led or blue ribbons, or looking as II they'd offered »ome keen competition. . , Consensus among exhibitors and judges lmllc:Hcd tliat it wns ono • •< the best displays provided in the Farm and Home Department in the history of the fair. * ——— ' John Cavenden, county agent from Cr«lghead County, Mrs. Bora .; Stubblefleld of Greene County, Mrs. Mary Britzman from Cralghead County were judges on most events. Mrs. Gertrude Bond Holliman and Mi« Helen Well:, Mississippi Coun- r.ty home demenstraUon aRents, were " »ener«l «upervlsors and announced . the following winning entiles: " !• Ike National Crwhrl Conlrsl Tablecloths — Mrs. S. Goff of •lytheville, first; Mrs, clarence "Gean of Blythevllle, second; Mrs. Chirlei Bright of Blylheville third. Bedspreads _ Mrs. W. A. Lewis, first; Mrs. Prank Williams, second; Mrs. Vernie Stihvell, third. .<A1I winners are from Blythevllle. : Dollle and Scarfs — Mrs. S. il. Seville, first; Mrs. A. p. Parks. - »econd; Mrs. Goff, third. All are from Blythevllle! second. Plaques — Mrs. 'I'. R, Watson Of Armorel, first; Mrs. Anderson of Blytlieville, second; Mrs. Vinson, third. Wall Elliott of liftings — Mrs. John Q. Blylheville, first; Mrs. Fisher, second: Mrs. Llllie Sisk of of Blytlieville, third. Flower Containers — Mrs. Cude, first. Only winner. Novelty Belts — Mrs. Earnest Hazel of Caruthersnllc, Mo., (list: Mrs. Charles MoDanlel of niythe- vllle. second; patsy POJIC of Bly- tlieville. third. Best plastic Articles — Mrs. Hazel first and second. Lapel Ornaments — Mrs. C. I. Jones of .Maiden. Mo, first; Mrs. G. K Bint of joiner, second anil third. Stencilled lunch cl«(i>; _ ..„., Household Accessories — Mrs. E. Haw], first and third; M,., Fisher' T. Cud* ol Leachville, first; Mrs. ] second. C. I. Jones of Maiden, Mo., sec-1 Any other stenciled article — ond and third. Mre. Fisher first and seeond- Mrs Edging* and Insertions — Mrs I Hazel third. Seville, first; Mrs. Jones, second »nd Mrs. Cude, third. Chair Sets — Mrs. Goff, first; Mrs. Paul Jobe, second; Mrs. Burks, third. In (be Firm and Home D<-|«rt- •Knl >nd the b«ndlcraf( division, the following were winners: '•Tr»ys — Mrs. George Fisher of Hulbert, first; Mrs. A. C. Vinson of Armorel, second; Mrs. W. O. Anderson of Blythevllle, third • Sheila-art _ Mrs. Lula Swihart of L««chvill«, first, second and third.' Bookends — Mra. Fisher lirst and Glass etching -- Mrs. Fisher, first. Only winner. Muck Woven Article - Mrs. W A Lewis of Blylheville, first; Mrs Watson, second; Mrs. Glenn Johnson, (hfrcl. Best Leather Article — Mrs Hazel, first. Best Raffia, Grass or pine — Mrs Jones, first and third; Mrs. Cude second. Best craft article _ Mrs. Martha Bennet of Blylheville, first; Mrs. Fisher, second; Memphis, third. Hay Tatoli of Winners In (he Art Ueiurl- ment were announced by Mr*. B. A. BUBS, general superintendent. They include Hie follontaf IB th« senior division. Oil, 'Portrait or Figure —'Mrs W. C. Colston ol Blytheyllle, flrsi and second; Mrs. Lloyd Florman of Blyl.hcvllle, third. • Still Life In oil — Mrs. Ernest l!a™l of Carulhersvllle, Mo., first. (Only winner.) Floral in oil - Mrs. Hazel, first; Mrs. G. W. Barham of Blythevllle, second. Landscape in \vatrr color — Mrs Ifnzel first; and nay C. Talon, second; Harry i-'rilzius of Blythevllle, third. Still Life in water color — Mra. Fisher, first and second; Harry Frllzlus. third. Floral in Water color — Mrs Fisher, first and third; Mrs. Hazel, second. Pastel nr Charcoal — Lorene Old- hani of Blylheville, first; Mr. Taton, second; Mrs. Florman, third. Pen _ M,-S. Fisher, first and third; Harry Friizius, second. Pencil — Harry Fritzius, first and third; Mrs. Fisher, second. Ceramic - Mrs. Hazel, first and third; Mrs. Florman, second. Originals (Group of Three, any media) — MM. Barham, first; Mrs. Fisher, second; Mrs. Taton, third De Cniipagc — Mrs. Fisher, first; Harry Fritzius, second. Original _ Mrs. Barham, first; Ha IT}' Frllitiiis. second; Lillian Galne.; of Hlythevillc, third. Mrs. John C. Smedley of Maiden judged Ilio senior division and the juvenile drpai-tmenl »-a s judged t>y Mrs. Irene Hazel nf C'ar- tllhc "If. Winners in that division u-orc: Original (any media) — Jeanne Campbell of Blythevllle, first and second; Charles McDaniel of Bly- thevillc, third. Chnrcoiil _ Murray Smart of niythcvllle, first and second- Jim- mic Goforth of Blythevllle, third. Pen — Virginia Bon-en of Bly- Ihcvlllc, first; Milton Sylvester of Bl.vtheviUe, second and" third. Oil — Mauley Fienburg of Bly- thevllle, second. Pencil _ oharlcs Henson of Bly- tlieville. first, second and third. Crayon — Harry Fritziiis (only Re-Count Ordered In Greene County Liquor Election PARAGOULD, Ark., Scpl. 23. (AP)—County Judge Harvey Farrell said yesterday he found 218 illegal voles cast In the Greene County local option election March 31,. and ordered a recount. The results announced following the election showed 'the legal sale of intoxicating beverages was banned by a margin of 78 votes. The advocates of legal sle.s. however, contested the election, challenging voles in a number of boxes. Judge Farrell a.«ked for si committee of three to remove the illegal bnlloU and recount the vote, and named Marcus Morrov,' to represent the court. E. J. Kirchoff was selected for the wets and Louis Bierbaum for the drys. The recount was to be completed yesterday In order to permit an appeal to the October term of Greene Circuit Court. Citizens Seeding Higher Assessment Throws Tax Officials into a Panic _ DULUTH, Minn., Sept. 23—W)_ Scene: office of county supervisor of assessments. A woman enters, speaks softly: "I'm not paying enough taxes on my property." Supervisor Warren Crosby's legs weaken, moulh files open, ears wiggle. He says, faintly, "Lady, sit down. Then, please let me sit down too—I'm not used to this." The woman, Identified as a Duluth school toacher, explaias she doesn't thlnt her annual tax bill of $36 on a summer cabin is high enough. A hurried check of the flics shows she pays an amount equitable with that paid by other property owners In the vicinity. Exit- honest taxpayer, amtdst scratched heads, perplexed expressions. Girls Study Gridders • NORTH LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Sept. 23. im— Girls' physical education classes at the North Little Rock High School began the semester's woik yesterday with a study of the fi'mhtnentnls of football. Mrs. C. W. Blackburn, physical educnlinn Instructor, sale 1 "due to great demand." a film. "Blocking and Tackling Positions" will be shown'. She snld (he school has no Intention of developing a phis' foothiill team, but Is merely attempting to give «huients a better understanding of the game. winner). For those under 12 years of age the winners included:' Pencil — Shirley Burns of Blytheville, first. Crayon — Mary jane Droke of Blythevllle, first; Lee Thompson of Blylheville, second; Gloria Jean Forshcc of Blytlieville, third. In the De coupnge class, Letta June Moore was a winner. All-Girl Rodeo Set For Ft. Smith Show PORT SMITH, Arle., Sept. a. MP>—Arkansas' first all-girl rodeo opened here last night with the first of three nightly performances. The rodeo Is in conjunction with the Arkansas-Oklahoma livestock show now in its fourth day »t Exposition Park. The rodeo was held In tin 9,000 seat arena at the park. 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ATTENTION, MERCHANTS The Junior Chamber of Commerce Would ' Appreciate Your Entering the Big National Cotton Picking Contest Parade, October 6, 2:30 p.m. Besides the floats, 12 hi* bands will make this parade the biggest and best ever. . .if we have your support. Send the entry blank below to Box 707, Bl.vtheviUe, or call Jack Chamblin for questions. Of course, there is no entry fee. Name Address Commercial ... Type of Float Non-Commercial (Check One) Description of Entry PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seed DEFOLIATE ..by AIRPLANE Perfect coverage. Defoliant available at competitive prices.' SCRAPE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE 2 iMiles South of Blylheville p hone Nunn Provision Co. SHEET METAL WORK. -OF ALL KINDS Cuslom work lor gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills . shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness ' Frank Simmons Tin Shoo 117 South Broadw IF YOU LIKE THE BEST TRY NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS

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