The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 7, 1971 · Page 32
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 32

Publication:
Location:
Hutchinson, Kansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 7, 1971
Page:
Page 32
Start Free Trial
Cancel

State Fair Results EMBROIDERY Needlepoint, Cushion — l. Anna H Staats, 925 North Main; 2. Mrs. L. D, Buckley, Newton. Needlepoint, Stool — 1. Vera B. Markel, Wichita. Picture, Needlepoint (Single) — i, Mrs. Martha Dunn, Holslngton; 2. Mrs, L. D. Buckley, Newton. Picture, Needlepoint (Pair) — l. Vera B. Markel, Wichita; 2. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda. Picture Craft, Mad* of Materiel — l. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda; 2. Mrs. Irl Tinkler, Gypsum. Needlepoint, Handbag — i. Mrs. Frank Summers, Mil North Madison; 2. Mrs. Emil Baker, 14 Harvest Lane. Picture, Cross Stiched — I. Holly Sutter, Wichita; 2. William Gray, Sallna. Picture, Hand Embroidered — 1. Mrs. t. L. Loganblll, Sr., Moundrldge; 2 Mrs. Pauline Mater, Olmltz. Pictures, Crewel Embroidered — 1 Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton; 2. Leah Duncan, 312 North Park. Sampler — 1. Mrs. Pauline Mater, Olmltz; 2. Mrs. Don Stiles, Sr., 2704 Derenda Drive. WORK DONE BY PERSON OVER 75 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 — 1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Mrs. P. H Thomas, 200 East 9th. Knitting — 1. Mrs. Tlllle Kasselman, Great Bend; 2. Frances Frey, Peck Crochet — 1. Mrs. Rose Davenport, 720 East *th; 2. Anna Green, Liberal. Pillow Case (One), Embroidered — 1. Rena Endlcott, Stafford; 2. Mrs. Ves< ta Mcintosh, Canton. Pillow Case (One), Knitting Trimmed —1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Frances Frey, Peck. Pillow Case (One), Crochet Trimmed — 1. Mrs. Carrie Schwelzer, Sterling; 2, Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Pillow Cite (One), Hand Applique — 1. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Mrs. P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Pillow, Any Style — 1. Mrs. Katie Pundsack, Seward; 2. Mrs. E. J. Barnes, 615 North Jackson. Apron — 1. Essie Lupher, Wellington; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Pot Holder, Crochet — 1. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Essie Lupher, Well, Ington. WORK DONE BY PERSON OVER a* Quilt — 1. Mrs. J. R. Winter, An dale; 2. Mrs. Julia Munzer, Eskrldge. Pillow Case (One), Embroidered — 1. Mrs. Julia Munzer, Eskrldge; 2. Mr». P. H. Thomas, 200 East 9th. Pillow Caso (One), Crochet Trimmed— 1. Mr*. 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 Holdar, Crocheted or Knitted 1. Mrs. J. R. Winter, Andale. OIRLS' APPAREL Dreu, Any Material, Fall and Winter —1. Sharon Kllbourn, Sterling; 2. Lanette Hill, Plevna. Dress, Any Material, Summer and Spring — 1. Cheryl Keller, Halstead; 2. Ann Rlnehart, Plevna. Dress, Formal — Cheryl Keller, Hal' stead. Jumper, with Blouse — 1. Kathy Neufeld, Inman; 2. Jodie Besthom, Claf- lln. Soft, Any Material — 1. Sheryt Murphy, Greet Bend; 2. Margaret Wondra, Great Bend. Poncho, Any Type — 1. Diana Broadus, 2212 West 17th; 2. Cheryl Keller, Halstead. Coat, Knitted — 1. Llla Stlckney, Ellinwood; 2. Rhonda Jordan, Great Band. Coat, Any Material — 1. Denlse Moore, Great Bend; 2. Carolyn Meyer, Ellinwood. Sport Outfit, Cotton or Synthetic, with Blouse — 1. Margaret Wondra, Great Bend; 2. Barbara Wondra, Great Bend. Pants — 1. Ann Rlnehart, Plevna; 2. C---)lyn Meyer, Ellinwood. Skirt, Cotton or Synthetic — 1. Sharon Kllbourn, Sterling; 2. Ann Rlnehart, Plevna. Skirl, Wool, Pleated — Carolyn Meyer, Ellinwood. Hall Slip, Tricot — Susan Kalletv bach, Valley Center. Bikini Panties, Tricot — 1. Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center; 2. Mrs. Herman D. Klaassen, Walton. Blouse — 1. Sharon Kilbourn, Sterling; 2 Debbie Ahrens, Ellinwood. Embroidery, Hand—1. Deanne Cauble, Mt. Hope; 2. Nancy Roberts, 910 — 31st Terrace. f-ochet — Sister Fellcilas LInag, Great Bend. Knitting — 1. Miss Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Paain; 2. Llla Stlckney, Ellinwood. CHILD'S WORK (Dane 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 Outlit, Cotton with Blouse — Paulette Strecker, Olmltz. Blouse — 1. Janell Meyer, Ellinwood; 2. " \nn Hiss, Lyons. Apron — 1. Janell Meyer, Ellinwood; 2. Laura Dletz, Otis. CROCHET, KNITTING AND TATTING Afghan, Woven — Mrs. Bert Adams, Medicine Lodge. A!;han, Crocheted, Any Style — 1. Mrs. Grace Chapman, McPherson; 2, Mrs. William Bahlen, Downs. Afghan, Knttted — 1. Mrs. Charles A. Flaiz, Severy; 2. Marie St. John, Stafford. Afghan, Blocks, Crocheted or Knitted— 1. Wllma Eshelbrenner, 325 West 12th 2. Mrs. Anne Watson, 535 East C. Afghan, Cross Stitch, Crocheted or Knitted — 1. Mrs. Blanche Enns, 805 East 9th; 2. 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 — 1. Christine Fischer, Hudson; 2. Mrs. Virginia Grunder, Turon. Eodsprtads, 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, Plalnvllle; 2. Mrs. O. W. Pankratz, Sallna. Stole, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Francis E. Staab, Hays; 2. Essie Lupher, Wellington. Dress, Crocheted (Ladles) — Mrs. Faya Dressel, Sterling. ss. Knitted (Ladies) — Mrs. Dewey Taylor, 1012 East 21st. Suit, Kr .ted (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 (Map) Design - 1. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard; 2. Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Sweater, Knitted (Boy) Pullover — 1. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard; 2. Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Sweater, Knitted (Boy) Design — 7. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard; 2. Rhonda Jordan, Great Bend. Sweater, Knitted (Girl) Pullover — 1. irma Marx, RFD 1; 2. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard. Sweater, Knitted (Girl) Cardigan — l. Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center; 2. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard. Sweater, Knitted (Women) — t. 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, Deerfleld. Coat, Knitted (Woman) Dress — l. Mrs. C. W. Wilcox, RFD 4; 2. Mrs. Lyman Hansen, Mankato. Coat, Knitted (Woman) Sport — l. Mrs. Bill Mollhagen, Lorraine. Hat, Knitted—1. Virginia Krepps, 300 Hyde Park; 7. Mrs. William C. Leighnor, Goddard. Hat, Crocheted — I. Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton; 7. Mrs. C. H. Hartnelt Luncheon Cloth, Crochet — l. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas; 7. H. Panthel, Topeka. Centerpieces (14" and over) Crochet — 1. Margaret Holt, Ulysses; 2. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scolt. Centerpieces (14" and over) Knitted — 1. H. Pantel, Topeka; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Doilies (under 14") Crocheted — 1 Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Doilies (under 14") Knitted — l. Miss Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Plain; 2. H Panthel, Topeka. Dollies, Tatted — 1. Mrs. Adina 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 Endlcott. 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 — I. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton; 2. Mrs. Waller W. Dick, Lucas. Pot Holder, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Donald E. Haskard, 332 East 6th; 2. Mrs. Wll liam C. Leighnor, Goddard. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS Hand Made Hat (Woman) — l. Glen da 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 (Stulfed) Pracll cal — 1. Leona Shadie, Sallna; 2. Mrs. Charles E. Bailey, Kingman. Pillow, Living Room (Stuffed) Fancy —1. Mrs. Gerald D. Schneider, Holslngton; 2. Bernlce Grossardt, Claflln. Pillow, Needlepoint — Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton. Pillow, Crewel, Embroidered — 1. Mrs, Bruce Meeker, Wichita; 2. Carlene Dal rymple, 202 West 25th. Christmas, Any Other — 1. Mrs. Don Chlaro, 1911 North Adams. Christmas Stocking — 1. Mrs. How ard E. Allen, Wichita; 2. Mrs. Irl Tinkler, Gypsum. Christmas Apron — Leona Shadie, Sa Una. Character Doll, Must be on stand- Sharon Queen, 10OB East 13th. Rag Doll — 1. Pam Peterson, Ham lln; 2. Mrs. Leslie Starks, Buhler. Stuffed Animals — 1. Mrs. C. H. Hart­ nelt, Stafford; 2. Mrs. C. F. Chrlsman, 4505 North Lorraine. INFANTS WEAR Bonnet, Jacket and Bootees Set, Knit ted — 1. H. Panthel, Topeka; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Bonnet, Jacket and Bootees Set, Cro chet — 1. Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas 2. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott. Infant's Shawl, Crocheted or Knitted— 1. Mrs. Anne Watson, 535 East C; 2. Mrs. Charles R. Flalz, Severy. Jacket or Sweater, Hand Knitted — i. Dcanna Fuller, Mlltonvale; 2. Mrs. Blanche Enns, 805 East 9th. Jacket or Sweater, Crocheted — l. Mrs. E. H. Matfett, Ft. Scott; 2. Nellie Jane Morrlssey, Woodston. Bootees or Shoes, Knitted — 1. Mrs. Wilbur F. Wlegan, Inman; 2. Margaret Holt, Ulysses. Bootees or Shoes, Crocheted — l. Mrs. E. H. Maffett, Ft. Scott; 2. Mrs. Vesta Mcintosh, Canton. Bib, Any Material — 1. Mrs. C. F. Chrlsman, 4504 North Lorraine; 2. Mrs. Wilbur F. Wlegand, Inman. CHILDREN'S WEAR Girl's Coat, New, Any Material — l. Mrs. G. K. Overall, Caldwell; 2. Mrs. Eldo S. Edlger, Buhler. Girl'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 — I. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon; 2. Mrs. Jim Woods, Buhler. Girl's Dress (2-5 years) Winter — t. Mrs. G. R. Overall, Caldwell; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Girl's Dress, Cotton or Synthetic — 1. Connie Tillett, 13 Carlton; 2. Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. OIH's Best Dress — t. Mrs. Clinton Pelrce, RFD 2; 2. Mrs. Ronald E. Barnhart, 5000 North Monroe. flir"s Jumper Dress with Blouse — 1. Mrs. Ronaald W. Ewert, North Newton; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Play Clothes (2-5 years) — 1. Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eureka; 2. Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. Sport Outfit, Skirt or Pants, with Blouse — 1. Connie Tillett, 13 Carlton; 2. Mrs. John Bradshaw, Turon. Girl's or Boy's Pa|amas — Mrs. Harold Roberts, Wellington. T - Shirt, Cotton Knit and Ribbing —1. Margaret Holt, Ulysses; 2. Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eureka. Boy's Slacks, Any Material — 1. Llla Waltner, Pretty Prairie; 2. Mrs. Cleman Kaufman, Pretty Prairie. LINGERIE AWARD ' .rdle — Margaret Ho|t, Ulysses. Night Gown — Mrs. E. J. Beck, Plevna. Full Slip — Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Half Slip — M.- y Jo Mancth, Olmltz. Panties — Mrs. R. L. Rodman, Eur- ka. Negligee and Gown Set — Mrs. Herman D. Klaassen, Walton. Bikini Panties — Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Exhibitor receiving the most first prl es In Gayer Fabric Special Lingerie Award —Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. THE v —.H YARD—SPECIAL AWARD Pictures, Crewel Embroidered — Mrs. L. D. Buckley, Newton. Knitting — Mrs. Tlllle Kasselman, Great Bond. Crochet — Mrs. Rose Davenport, 720 East 9lh. Crochet—Sister Fellcltas Llnofl, Great Bend. Knitting — Miss Evelyn Bergkamp, Garden Plain. Krilting — Frances Jllkr, Ellsworth. Sweater, Knitted (Man) Cardigan — Mrs. Loroy Troyer, 17 Glass Manor. Sweater, Knitted (Boy's) Pullover — Page 12 The Hutchinson New* Thursday, Oct. 7,1971 Mrs. Wl.'llam C. Leighnor, Goddard. Sweater, Knitted (Girl's) Cardigan — Susan Kallenbach, Valley Center. Sweater, Knitted (Woman's) — Mrs Joo Redd, Buhler. Bonr:t, Jacket and Bootees Set, Knitted — H. Panthel, Topeka. Bonnet, Jacket and Bootees Set, Crochet - Mrs. Walter W. Dick, Lucas. Sweepstakes on Afghans — Crochet — Mrs. Grace Chapman, McPherson. Gives Helping Hand And Loses Battery BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) 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 and drove away. Nobles then tried to do the j same but couldn't. His battery was gone. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 2nd & Main MO 2-4477 9 to 12 Sunday 9 to 6 Daily 17 & Plum MO 3-3349 9 to 9 Daily Closed Sat. Afternoon & Sunday Colgate INSTANT SHAVf 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 97' Wilkinson Sword RAZOR S "™ 8W0IU) W//MNSON EDGE BLADES 81« Reg. $1.59 Tegrin Medicated e|*| Lotion Reg. ^1" Shampoo *i 55 JL One-A-Day Vitamins Reg. $2.95 $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 • Key wound alarm • Shatter proof crystal • Oval design ^ • White case % 00 AYDS The candy that helps make you thin. iy 2 lb. Box. ^fe. *MQQ Choice of 4 flavors. 7 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 >*\slacks. Sizes 8 to 18 £, $7.59 Value 00 a $3.50 Value 25 SKOOTA-BIKE Pedal powered riding toy with motor bike styling and banana style seat. Buy now for Christmas. WALKER-JUMPER \ • Chromed steel frame Hip • 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. $F00 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 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 EB2B0 Gallons $coo Shop Doily 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sundays 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Froo parking.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free