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State Fair Results EMBROIDERY Needlepoint, Cushion — I. Anns H. Staats, 9J5 North Main; 2. Mrs. L. O. Buckley, Newton. Nteciipolnt, Stool — l. Vera B. Markel, Wichita. Picture, Needlepoint (Single) — 1. Mrs. Martha Dunn, Hoisington; 2. Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton. Picture, Needlepoint (Pair) — 1. Vera B. Markel, Wichita; 2. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda. Picture Craft, Mad* of Material — l. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda; 2. Mrs. Irl Tinkler, Gypsum. Needlepoint, Handbag — 1. Mrs. Frank Summers, 2811 North Madison; 2. Mrs. Emil Baker, 14 Harvest Lane. Picture, Cross Stlched — l. Holly Sutter, Wichita; 2. William Gray, Salina. Picture, Hand Embroidered — 1. Mrs. L. L. Loganblll, Sr., Moundrldge; 2. Mrs. Pauline Mater, Olmitz. Pictures, Crewel Embroidered — i. Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton; 2. Leah Duncan, 312 North Park. Sampler — 1. Mrs. Paulino Mater, Olmitz; 2. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda Drive. WORK DONE BY PERSON OVER 7S Quilt — 1. Mrs. Pauline Hickman, Logan; 2. Mrs. Ruth H. Price. Afghan, Knitted — 1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Afghan, Crocheted — 1. Mrs. Clara Mohner, Sawyer; 2. Mrs. Cloie Taylor, Newton. Embroidery, Tea Towels — i. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Knitting — 1. Mrs. Tlllie Kasselman, Great Bend; 2. Frances Frey. Peck. Crochet — 1. Mrs. Rose Davenport, 720 East 9th; 2. Anna Green, Liberal. Pillow Case (One)/ Embroidered — 1. Rena Endlcott, Stafford; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. I Pillow Case (One), Knitting Trimmed —1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Frances Frey, Peck. Pillow Case (One), Crochet Trimmed — l. Mrs. Carrie Schwelzer, Sterling; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Pillow Case (One), Hand Applique — 1. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Pillow, Any Stylo — 1. Mrs. Katie Pundsack, Seward; 2. Mrs. E. J. Barnes, 415 North Jackson. Apron — 1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Pot Holder, Crochet — 1. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Essie Lupher, Wellington. WORK DONE BY PERSON OVER to Ouilt — 1. Mrs. J. R. Winter, Andale; 2. Mrs. Julia Munzer, Eskrldge. Pillow Case (One), Embroidered — 1. Mrs. Julia Munzer, Eskrldge; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Pillow Case (One), Crochet Trimmed— 1. Mrs. J. R. Winter, Andale; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Apron — 1. Mrs. Emma Suttle, Lyons; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Pot Holder, Crocheted or Knitted — 1. Mrs. J. R. Winter, Andale. OIRLS' APPAREL Dress, Any Material, Pall and Winter —1. Sharon Klibourn, Sterling; 2. Lanette Hill, Plevna. Dress, Any Material, Summer and Spring — 1. Cheryl Keller, Halstead; 2, Ann Rinehart, Plevna. Dress, Formal — Cheryl Keller, Hal stead. Jumper, with Blouse — 1. Kathy Neufsld, Inman; 2. Jodie Besthorn, Claf< lin. Suit, Any Material — 1. Sheryl Murphy, Great Bend; 2. Margaret Wondra, Great Bend. Pop 'ho, Any Type — 1. Diane Broadus, 2212 West 17th; 2. Cheryl Koller, Halstead. Coat, Knitted - 1. Llla Stickney, Ellinwood; 2. Rhonda Jordan, Great Bend. Coat, Any Material — l. Denise Moore, Great Bend; 2. Carolyn Meyer, Ellinwood. Sport Outfit, Cotton or Synthetic, with Blovso — 1. Margaret Wondra, Croat Bend; 2. Barbara Wondra, Great Bend. Pants — 1. Ann Rinehart, Plevna; 2. C- -ilyn Meyer, Elllnwood. Skirt, Cotton or Synthetic — 1. Sharon Klibourn, Sterling; 2. Ann Rinehart, Plevna. Skirt, Wool, Pleated — Carolyn Mey. er, Elllnwood. Half Slip, Tricot — Susan Kallenbach. Valley Center. Bikin' Panties, Tricot — l. Susan Kallenbach. Valley Center; 2. Mrs. Herman D. Kiaassen, Walton. Blouse — 1. Sharon Kilbourn, Sterling; 2 Debbie Ahrens, Elllnwood. Embroidery, Hand—1. Deanne Cauble, Mt. Hope; 2. Nancy Roberts, 910 — 31st Terrace. f-ochef — Sister Fellcitas Llngg, Great Bend. Knitting — 1. Miss Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Paaln; 2. Lila Stickney, Ellln­ wood. CHILD 'S WORK (Done by Girls up to 12 Years) Knitting — 1. Frances Jilka, Ellsworth; 2. DeAnn Hiss, Lyons. Dress, Cotton — Debra Sturtz, Ellinwood. Dress, Any Material — LuAnn Wall, Buhler. Skirt, Any Material — 1. De Ann Hiss, Lyons; 2. Janell Meyer, Ellinwood. Sport Outfit, Cotton with Blouse — Paulette Strccker, Olmitz. Blouse — 1. Janell Meyer, Ellinwood; 2. " \nn Hiss, Lyons. Apron — 1. Janell Meyer, Ellinwood; 2. Laura Dietz, Otis. CROCHET, KNITTING AND TATTING Afghan, Woven — Mrs. Bert Adams, Medicine Lodge. Afghan, Crocheted, Any Style — 1. Mrs. Grace Chapman, McPherson; 2. Mrs. William' Bahlen, Downs. Afghan, Knitted — l. Mrs. Charles A. Flalz, Severy; 2. Marie St. John, Stafford. Afghan, Blocks, Crocheted or Knitted— 1. Wilma Eshelbrenner, 325 West 12th; 2. Mrs. Anne Watson, 535 East C. Afghan, Cross Stitch, Crocheted or Knitted — 1. Mrs. Blanche Enns, 605 East 9th; i. Mrs. George Schrock, Hazelton. Afghan, Any Other Pattern — 1. Mrs. Clara Mohner, Sawyer; 2. Mrs. C. J. Shelton, 2907 North Meadowlake. Sweepstakes on Afghans — Mrs. Grace Chapman, McPherson. Tablecloths, Crochet — l. Christine Fischer, Hudson; 2. Mrs. Virginia Grunder, Turon. <" ;dspreads. Crochet — 1. Mrs. Henry Mettscher, 1513 Woodlawn; 2. Mrs. August Schmidt, Newton. Bedspreads, Knitted — Mrs. Wilbur F. Wlegand, Inman. Stole, Crocheted — 1. Mrs. Jessie H. Brown, Plalnville; 2. Mrs. O. W. Pankratz, Salina. Stole, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Francis E. Staab, Hays; 2. Essie Lupher, Wellington. Dress, Crocheted (Ladles) — Mrs. Faye Dressel, Sterling. -—«s, Knitted (Ladies) — Mrs. Dewey Taylor, 1012 East 21st. Suit, K Jed (Ladies) — 1. Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton; 2. Mrs. Merle Rathbun, Lorraine. Sweater, Knitted (Man) Cardigan —1. Mrs. Leroy Troyer, 17 Glass Manor; 2. Mrs. Curtis K. Holt, Atlanta. Sweater, Knitted (Man) Pullover — 1. Mrs. Joe Redd, Buhler; 2. Mrs. Charles A. Flalz, Severy. Sweater, Knitted (Man) Design — 1 Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard; 2 Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Sweater, Knitted (Boy) Pullover — 1. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard; 2. Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Sweater, Knitted (Boy) Design — t. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard; 2. Rhonda Jordan, Great Bend. Sweater, Knitted (Girl) Pullover - 1. Irma Marx, RFD 1; 2. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard. Sweater, Knitted (Girl) Cardigan — l. S"<an Kallenbach, Valley Center; 2. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard. Sweater, Knitted (Woman) — 1. Mrs. Joe Redd, Buhler; 2. Mrs. Charles A. Flalz, Severy. Sweater, Crocheted — 1. Mrs. Leo McCann, Newton; 2. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott. Blouse, Knitted, Sleeveless or Shell — 1. Cheryl Keller, Halstead; 2. Mrs. Cletus Plaeger, Deerfield. Coat, Knitted (Woman) Dress — 1. Mrs. C. W. Wilcox, RFD 4; 2. Mrs. Lyman Hansen, Mankato. Coat, Knitted (Woman) Sport — 1. Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Hat, Knitted—1. Virginia Krepps, 300 Hyde Park; 2. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard. Hat, Crocheted — 1. Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton; 2. Mrs. C. H. Hartnett. Luncheon Cloth, Crochet — 1. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas; 2. H. Panthel, Topeka. Centerpieces (14" and over) Crochet — 1. Margaret Holt, Ulysses; 2. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott. Centerpieces (14" and over) Knitted — 1. H. Pantel, Topeka; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Doilies (under 14") Crocheted — l. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Doilies (under 14") Knitted — 1. Miss Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Plain; 2. H Panthel, Topeka. Doilies, Tatted — 1. Mrs. Adlna Schrag Norwich; 2. H. Panthel, Topeka. Bufffet or Vanity Set, Crocheted or Knitted — 1. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft, Scott; 2. H. Panthel, Topeka. Buffet or Vanity Set, Tatted — 1. Mrs. Curtis K. Holt, Atlanta; 2. Rena Endlcott Stafford. Tatted Piece — 1. Mrs. Curtis K. Holt, Atlanta; 2. Rena Endicott. Knitted Piece in Wool — 1. Irma Marx RFD 1; 2. Mrs. Curtis K. Holt, Atlanta. Scarf, Crocheted — 1. Mary Brewer, Ulysses; 2. Mrs. Carl Wiske, Garden Plain. Pot Holder, Crocheted — 1. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas. Pot Holder, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Donald E. Haskard, 332 East 6th; 2. Mrs. William C. Lelghnor, Goddard. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS Hand Made Hat (Woman) — 1. Glenda Jean Bond, 328 North Main, South Hutchinson; 2. Mrs. Carol Walker, Lyons. Holiday Table Cloth — 1. Christine Fischer, Hudson; 2. Mrs. David Cornelson, 1100 East 20th. Pillow, Living Room (Stuffed) Practical — 1. Leona Shadle, Salina; 2. Mrs. Chc.les E. Bailey, Kingman. Pillow, Living Room (Stuffed) Fancy —1. Mrs. Gerald D. Schneider, Hoisington; 2. Bernlce Grossardt, Claflln. Pillow, Needlepoint — Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton. Pillow, Crewel, Embroidered — 1. Mrs. Bruce Meeker, Wichita; 2. Carlene Dalrymple, 202 West 25th. Christmas, Any Other — 1. Mrs. Don Chiaro, 1911 North Adams. Christmas Stocking — 1. Mrs. Howard E. Allen, Wichita; 2. Mrs. Irl Tinkler, Gypsum. Christmas Apron — Leona Shadle, Salina. Character Doll, Must be on stand- Sharon Queen, 1G08 East 13th. Rag Doll — 1. Pam Peterson, Hamlin; 2. Mrs. Leslie Starks, Buhler. Stuffed Animals — 1. Mrs. C. H. Hartnett, Stafford; 2. Mrs. C. F. Chrisman, 4505 North Lorraine. INFANTS WEAR Bonnet, Jacket and Bootees Set, Knitted — 1. H. Panthel, Topeka; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Bonnet, Jacket and Bootees Set, Crochet — 1. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas; 2. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott. infanft Shawl, Crocheted or Knltted- 1. Mrs. Anne Watson, 535 East C; 2. Mrs. Charles R. Flalz, Severy. Jacket or Sweater, Hand Knitted — l. Deanna Fuller, Miltonvale; 2. Mrs. Blanche Enns, 805 East 9th. jacket or Sweater, Crocheted — l. Mrs. E. H. Matfett, Ft. Scott; 2. Nellie Jane Morrissey, Woodslon. Bootees or Shoes, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Wilbur F. Wiegan, Initial; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Bootees or Shoes, Crocheted — i. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. . Bib, Any Material — 1. Mrs. C. F. Chrisman, 4504 North Lorraine; 2. Mrs. Wilbur F. Wlegand, Inman. CHILDREN'S WEAR Olrt's Coat, New, Any Material — l. Mrs. G. K. Overall, Caldwell; 2. Mrs. Eldo S. Ediger, Buhler. Oirl's Suit — Mrs. Ronald E. Barnhart, 5000 North Monroe. Boy's Coat or Jacket, Any Material — 1. Mrs. Cleman Kaufman, Pretty Prairie; 2. Mrs. Manuel Cravens, Newton. Girl's Dress (2-5 years.. Summer — 1. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon; 2. Mrs. Jim Woods, Buhler. Girl's Dress (2-5 years) Winter — 1. Mrs. G. R. Overall, Caldwell; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Girl's Dress, Cotton or Synthetic — 1. Connie Tlllett, 13 Carlton; 2. Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. Girl's lest Dress — 1. Mrs. Clinton Peirce, RFD 2; 2. Mr-.. Ronald E. Barnhart, 5O0O North Monroe. P'-i's Jumper Dress with Blouse — 1. Mrs. Ronaald W. Ewert, North Newton; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Play Clothe* (2-5 years) — 1. Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eureka; 2. Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. Sport Outfit, Skirt or Pants, with Blouse — 1. Connie Tlllett, 13 Carlton; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Girl's or Boy's Pajamas — Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. T - Shirt, Cotton Knit and Ribbing —1. Margaret Holt, Ulysses; 2. Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eureka. Boys Slackt, Any Materiel — i. Llla Waltner, Pretty Prairie; 2. Mrs. Cleman Kaufman, Pretty Prairie. LINGERIE AWARD <".,rdlo — Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Night Gown — Mrs. E. J. Back, Plevna. Full Slip — Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Half Slip — Mr-y Jo Maneth, Olmitz. Panties — Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eur- ka. Negligee and Gown Sat — Mrs. Herman D. Kiaassen, Walton. Bikini Panties — Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Exhibitor receiving the most first pri­ es In Gayer Fabrle Special Lingerie Award —Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. THE VIN YARD—SPECIAL AWARD Pictures, Crewel Embroidered — Mrs. L. o. Buckley, Newton. Knitting - Mrs. Tllllo Kasselman, Groat Bend. Crochet — Mrs. Rosa Davenport, 720 East 9th. Crochet—Sister Fellcltaa Llngg, Great Bend. Knitting — Mist Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Plain. Knitting — Frances Jllka, Ellsworth. Sweater, Knitted (Man) Cardigan — Mrs. Leroy Troyer, T7 Glass Manor. Sweater, Knitted (Boys) Pullover - Page 12 The Hutchinson Newt Thursday, Oct. 7, 1VJI Mra. William C. Lofghnor, Oodderd. Sweater, Knitted (Girl's) Cardigan Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Sweater, Knitted (Woman's) — Mrs. Joa Redd/ Buhler. Bonnet, Jacket and Boofeea let, Knitted — H. Panthel, Topeka. , Bonnet, Jacket and Boofeea Sat, Crochet — Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucaa. Sweepstakes on Afghant — Crochet — Mra. Graca Chapman, McPherson. Gives Helping Hand And Loses Battery BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) —I Steve Nobles saw a man trying | to put a battery in a car. "Do you have a wrench?" the man asked. In a noble gesture, Nobles got his and helped him finish installing the battery. The man got in his car andj drove away. Nobles then tried to do the! same but couldn't. His battery was gone. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY COMPLETE 2nd & Main MO 2-4477 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 9 to 12 Sunday 9 to 6 Dally 2 Stores 17 & Plum MO 3-3349 9 to 9 Daily Closed Sat. Afternoon & Sunday Colgate INSTAN T SHAVE J Colgate Instant Shave Cream Reg. 79c 39« Bactine Medicated Skin Cream Reg. 69c 47c Lustre Creme Lotion Shampoo | 93' Reg. $1.55 Desert Flower Hand & Body Lotion Reg. $2.00 88° Neet Lotion Hair Remover Reg. $1.35 9? U//K/NSON SUPER SWORD EMI Wilkinson Sword RAZOR _ BLADES WBW Reg y^)^ $1.59 § HBBBBB Tegrin Medicated frgM 4 4 Lotion Reg. *|" Shampoo *i 55 X One-A-Day Vitamins Reg. 12.95 $J54 | New Heat Spray For Aches & Pains Reg. $1.98 $136 FREE at Fraese Drug Prescription Delivery & Credit Privileges DUCKWALL'S BABY BEN ALARM CLOCK • Keywound alarm • Shatter proof crystal • Oval design ^ _ _ $•"00 A YDS The candy that helps make you thin. VA lb. Box. Choice of 4 flavors. $3.50 Value Sizes 34 to 40 $3.99 Value Ladies' SWEATERS Pullovers in exciting colors. 100% Acrylic. Turtleneck or mock neck styles. 25 oo Ladies' SLACK SETS \ NYLON KNIT. Your favorite look-the pant set.Striped tunic top with double knit lacks. Sizes 8 to 18 ^ $7.59 Value 00 0 SKOOTA-BIKE Pedal powered riding toy with motor bike styling and banana style seat. Buy now for Christmas. $roo $6.57 Value WALKER-JUMPER SJP00 • Chromed steel frame f • Lively spring action # • Play tray • Vinyl cover $7.88 Value Men's KNIT SHIRTS Long sleeve, turtleneck of 100% Durene knit. Many colors. Famous brand seconds. A bargain. 25 00 RED HEART KNITTING WORSTED Many colors - 4 oz. Skein. $roo Skeins For $1.27 Value a BLANKETS Cozy floral printed blanket of 50% Rayon - 50% Polyester. Nylon binding. Machine washable. Size 72"x 90". $6.66 Value STORAGE UNIT BOOKSHELF Steel shelving that looks like fine furniture. 4 shelves with walnut look finish. Sleek post and end bars have a pewter finish. Size 10"x 30"x 36". Model No. IDQ02 $roo $8.95 Value I I IKAI { I I KNITTING 7 1 woiiqi f n POLYESTER KNITS An array of colors and weaves. Up to 60" Width. Sew now for Fall. 2 $r Yards •% 00 Values to $6.00 RUG ASSORTMENT Grand assortment of colorful accent rugs in many styles and colors. Size 27"x 45". $3.33 Value 25 00 a PAINT SALE LATEX INTERIOR PAINT FLAT WALL FINISH • White and Decorator Colon • No Paint Odor • Wash with Soap and Water HOUSE PAINT OUTSIDE LATEX • White Only • Easy to Apply • Self Priming Your Choice Mix or Match 13th and Main 1303 N. Main East Fourth 720 East 4th Northgate 523 East 30th 2 Gallons Shop Daily 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sundays 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Frtt parking.

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