The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.1 COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN -Jl ! Grand champion Hampshire boar . . . entered by Grand Champion Hampshire sow . . . entered by Grand champion Duroc boar . . . entered by L. H. Grand champion Duroc sow David Pool*, of Batesville. David Poole of Batesville. Autry of Burdette. Autry of Burdetti. entered by L. H. ^a«R£^:^ : Grand champion Berkshire boar . .. entered by Grand Champion Berkshire sow . . . entered by Grand Champion Spotted Poland China boar ... en- Grand Champion Spotted Poland China sow . John Hess of Batesville. John Hess of Batesville. tered by Bailey Bros, of Lake City. tered by Bailey Bros, of Lake City. . etv Grand Champion Poland Milton Burks of Burdette. China sow . . . entered by Grand champion Poland China boar . . . entered by FFA Grand champion individual entry . Milton Burks of Burdette. China/ entered by Gary Bevill of Burdette. Poland Grand champion of entire FFA show; afso FFA Duroc sow grand champion ... entered by Biily Wayne Duncan of Burdette. Dr. Edna Mies' floral in oil (left) and still life in oil took first place in their re- spective divisions in the.Art Exhibit. Taking first place In their respective divisions at the art show were a landscape in oil (left) by Dr. Edna Nies and a pencil sketch by Jack Tapp. District Fair Winners Heirlooms Outstanding — Burks, 2. Needlwork — Mrs. A. L. Whistle, Blytheville, 1 and 2. Glassware — McKay, 1; Mrs. Earl Damon; Blytheville; Sylvester, 3. Crystal (blown glass)'—Mrs. E. H. Brown, Blytheville, 1. Crystal (cut glass)—Brown, 1. China— Brown, 1; Mrs. Harold Dozier, Blytheviiie, 2; Mrs. Mike Buchanan. 3. Books— Dozier, 1; Brown, 2. Jewelry — Burks, 1; Whistle, 2 Carving — Buchanan 1, James Odem, Blytheville. 2. Doll Collection —Mrs. Artie Elankenship, Blytheville, 2. Coin —Burks, 1. Clock — Mrs. Calvin Barnette, Blytheville, 1. Gun — Brown, 1. Poultry Best Trio Broilers — Emma Craig. Route 2, Blythevile, 1; Koehler Blankenship, Dell, 2. Best Cock —O. C. Hicks, Blytheville 1. Best Cockerel — Mrs. R. L. Johnson, Blytheville, l\ Best Hen — Bennie Gill, Dell, I. Best Pullet—Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Best Pair of Bantams — Ira Walter, Blytheville, 1; Raymond Alvie, Luxora 2. Best Pair of Piegons — Vaughn Jerome, Blytheville, 1; Walters, 2. Test Pair of Geese — Johathan Abbott, Blytheville. 1. Best Pair Old Turkeys — Wayne £..ward Bunch, Blytheville, 1. Best Pair Young Turkeys — Bunch, 1. WHITE ROCKS Best Cock —Emma Craig, Route 2, Blytheville, 1. Best Pullet — Kenneth Mitchell, Route 2, Blytheville, 1. Best Cockerel — Mitchell, 1. OTHER HEAVY BREEDS Best Hen—Emma Craig, Blytheville. Rt. 2, 1. Best Cock —Ernest Alsup, Blytheville, 1. Best Pullet, Barbara Jane Scrape, Blytheville, Rt. 4, 1. Best Cockerel — Kenneth Mitchell, Blytheville, Rt. 2, 1. WHITE LEGHORNS Best Hen — Bennie Gill, Dell, I; Best Pullet— Graig, 1. Best Cockerel — Gill. 1. OTHER LIGHT BREEDS Best Hen — Craig," 1. Best Cockerel, Larry Halsey, Keiser, 1. BARRED ROCKS Best Hen—-C. C. Hicks of Blytheville, i. Best Cock—Hicks, 1. Best Pullet — Hicks, 1. Best Cockerel — Hicks, 1. RHODE ISLAND REDS Best Hen —Mrs. R. L. Johnson of Blytheville, 1. Best Cock —Max Haynes of Blytheville. 1. Best Pullet— Johnson, 1. Best Cickerel — Johnson, 1. WHITE WYANDOTTES Best Hen —Bobby Craig of Blytheville, -1. Best Pullet — Billy , Jean Craig Blytheville, 1. Best Cockrell — David Craig of Blytheville, 1. N, H. REDS Best Hen — Lloyd Simpson of Blytheville Rt. 4, 1. Best Cock — Koehler Blankenship of Dell, 1. Best Pullet — Max Haynes, 1. Best Cockerel — Kenneth Mitchell, of Blytheville, 1. Floral Arrangements Large Marigolds- Mrs. L. W. Smith. Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Alfred Vise, Blytheville. 2; Mrs. Walter Wood, Luxora, 3. Small marigolds Smith, 1; Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Blytheville,, 2; Mrs. Frank Baily, Osceoia, 3; Mrs. Lee Stiles. Blytheville, and Jerry Lowe, Blytheville, honorable mention. Zinnias — Bailey, 1; Smith, 2; Mrs. Leslie Moore, Blytheville, 3; Stiles, honorable mention. Small zinnias—Adam Taylor, Blytheville, 11 1; Smith, 2; Wood, 3. Chrysanthemums — Mrs. Harry Brooks, Blytheville.. 1. Any flower—Smith, 1; Bailey, 2; Stiles, 3; Vise, honorable mention. Specimen celosia—Stiles, 1; Wood, 2; Vise, 3. Tri-color—Smith. Junior Division Any flower — Frank Bailey, Jr., Osceoia, 1; Mary Lou Sanders. Blytheville, 2; Sixth grade, Central. Blytheville, 3; Brenda Wilson, Blytheville and Patsy Ash, Blytheville, honorable mention. Tri-color—Bailey, Jr. Judges were Mrs. E. F. Simpson, Mrs. Edward Toulon and Mrs. W. A. Danielson. Clothing Dept. HOUSEHOLD LINENS Pillow Cases (plain .white) — Mrs. W. L. McAdams, Osceoia, 1; Mrs. R. A.. Copeland, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. A." P. Burks, Blytheville, Rt. 2. 3. Pillow Cases (colored) —Copeland, 1; Burks ,2. • Luncheon Sets — McAdams, 1; Mrs. W. A. Korando, Sedalia, Mo., 2; Mrs. P. Houston, Sedalia, Mo., 3. Luncheon Cloth — Mrs. Lee Stiles. Blytheville, 1; Burks, 2, * Table Cloth and napkin — Stiles. 1; Mrs. 'W. L. Ferguson, Blythe- vjlle, 2; Mrs. Lloyd Shelton, Osce- oia, 3. Kitchen Curtains — Korando, 1. .Applique Place Mats—Korando, Embroidered Place Mats — Korando, 1. Bridge Sets — Veatrice Loveless, Blytheville, 1; Korando,2. Bedspread (cotton) — Lovelace, 1, Pot Holders — Copeland. i; Stiles, 2: Houston, 3. Kitchen or Tea ToweLs —Mrs. Vernon Merrick, Marshfield, Mo.. 1; Stiles, 2; Houston, 3. Sofa Pillows — Stiles, 1. Guest Towels (white) — Houston, 1. Guest Towels ^ (assorted) — Mrs. Forrest Moore, Blytheville, 1; Mr*. Walter Wood, Luxora, 2; Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Manila, 3.' LADIES GARMENTS (cotton) Sun Bonnet — Mrs. Zella Cockrell, Blytheville, i; Mrs. Clyde Fowler, Biytheville, 2. Night Gown—Stiles, 1; Mrs. 1 Raleigh Sylvester, Blytheville, 2; Burks, 3. Pajamas— Burks, 1. Slip —Merrick, 1; Stiles, 2; Lovelace, 3. Coat— Mrs. Riley Adams, Bly- iheville, 1. Street Dress— Mrs. Paul Mcl Lerkin, Paragould, 1; Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. N. J. Portenberry, Osceoia, 3. House Dress — Houston, 1; Merrick, 2; Stiles, 3. Smock—Houston, 1; Mrs. S. A. Pepper, Blytheville, 2; Burks, 3. Apron (kitchen) — Merrick, 1; Pepper, 2; Houston, 3. Apron (fancy) — Pepper. 1; Merrick, 2; Mrs. L. W. Smith, Blytheville, 3. Blouse — Sylester, 1; Moore, 2; Adams, 3. Ladies' Suit —Laura Alice Hemby, Blytheville, 2; Sylvester, 3. Ladies' Skirt—Hemby, 1; Moore, 2; Merrick 3. Cobbler Apron — Pepper, 1; Stiles, 2. Any Other — Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Blytheville, 1; Merrick, 2; Mrs. Tom R. Cverton, Roseland, -3. Thrift Garment* Dress (Ladies) — Cockrell ,1; Merrick, 2; PepperS. Smock — Johnson, 1. Undergarments (ladies) — Pepper, l. Apron (kitchen) —Sylvester, 1; Fortenberry, 2; Mrs. Roy McKay, Blytheville, 3. Apron (tea) Pepper, 1; Sylvester, 2; Copeland, 3. Curtains— Houston, 1; Mrs. Walter Wood, Luxora, 2. Lunch Cloth. Sylvester, 1; Houston, 2; Merrick, 3. Pot Holder— stiles, 1; Sylvester, 2 Copeland, 3. Bonnet — McLerkin, l; Pepper, 2; Mrs. Eldy Webb, Blytheville, 3. Pajamas — Korando, 1; Pepper, 2 Girls Dress—Cockrell, 1 and 3, Merrick, 2. Quilt — Mr*. A. J. Hill, Luxora, 1. Gown — Merrick, 1; Pepper, 2. Towels (dish) — JVlrs. P. B. Jarrett, Blytheville, 1; Sylvester, 2; Burks, 3. Pillow Cases — Pepper, 1; Copeland, 2; Burks, 3. Sun Suits — Korando, 1. Boys Suit — Cockrell, 1; Pepper, 2; Webb. 3. Self Help Garment — Jarrett, 1. .Cobblers Apron — Pepper, 1. Any Other — Sylvester, 1; Cockrell, 2. INFANTS CLOTHING Baby's Set (dress, slip)—Korando, 1. Baby's Sacque (crocheted) — Mrs. V. K. Tittle, Burnswick, Tenn.. 1; Mrs. Glen Neal, Lepanto, 2; Korando, 2. Baby's Crib Cover — Tittle, 1. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING Dress (under 6) — Cockrell, 1; Korando, 2; Overton. 3. Dress (over 6) — Adams, 1, 2, 3. Child's pajamas, gowns —Korando, 1; "Sylvester, 2; Pepper, 3.- Boys Shirt— Korando; l; Pepper. 2; Mrs, Ira Koonce. Blytheville, 3. Child's Sunsuit (girls) — Sylvester, l and 3; Adams, 2. Child's Sunsuit (boys) — Sylvester, l. Child's Set (coat and hat) — Korando, 1; Adams, 2. Any Other —Cockrell, 1; Adams, 2. KNITTED ARTICLES Sweater— McLerkin, 1. Stole —McLerkin, 1. Brister, 2. Wool suit or dress — Brister, 1. Party Dress — Mable Cook, Burdette, 1.. School Dress — Pat Holder, Burdette, 1 ; Casper, 2; Brister, 3. Apron — Casper, 1; Brister, 2. , Paamjas or gown — Willingham, 1. Judged first place In portrait in oil division was this painting by Allen Pensinger. Canning 1 Exhibit 13 years and under — Everett, 1. 14 years and over — Casper 1 and 2; Reba Lois Pierce, Blytheville, Rt. 2, 3.' Cooking 4-H Department Clothing Cotton Dress — Bobby Lou Everett, Salem, 1; Joan Marlin, Manila, 2. Apron — Everett. 1; Loretta Mai- lory, Rt. 3, 2; Elizabeth Scott, Manila, 3. Dish-Towel — Scott, 1 ; Mallory, 2; Everett, 3. Pot Holder — Everett, 1; Carlton Stiles, Blytheville, 2; Scott, 3. 14 years and older Best Dress — Jane Casper, Walnut Ridge, 1 ; Elizabeth Brister, Rt. 3. 2; Dorothy Willingham, Blytheville. 3. Tailored Dress — Casper, 1; 13 years and under Corn muffins or sticks — Mallory-, 1. Plain layer cake (not iced) — Judy Dennis, Manila, 2. 14 years and over Biscuits — Casper, 1; Caroline Blake. Manila, 2; Rebecca Cassi-; dy, Blytheville, 3. . j Yeast Rolls — Catherine Chest-1 er. Milligan Ridge, 1; Casper, 3. Corn muffins or sticks — Casper, 1; Johnnie Lou Johnson, Blytheville, 2. Bread muffins (baking powder) — Johnson. 2. Plain layer cake (not iced) — Cassidy, 2; Casper. 3. Gingerbread — Johnson, 1. Plain sugar cookies — Casper, 2. Fancy Cookies — Casper, 2. Handicraft Purse — Scott, 1: Irene Roper, 2. Embroidered Article — Mallory, 1. Any other article — Jan Anderson, Blytheville, l; Joan Morgan, Manila, 2; Anderson, 3. 12 and 15 years Tray — Casper, :: Brister, 2. Picture — Cassidy, 1. Sewing box — Brister, 1. Lapel Ornaments — Casper, 1. Embroidered Article — Cassidy, 1; Casper, 2. Shoe Bags — Brister, 1. Stenciling, block printing — Cassidy, 1 and 3; Casper, 2. Woven Article — Blake, 1. Pillow Cases — Brister, 1; Casper. 2. Dish Towels — Everett, 1. Pot Holder — Brister, l; Everett. 2; Mary Lou Sanders, Biythe- ville, 3. Any other article — Brister, 1; Johnson, 2; Casper, 3. Personality Improvement H years i»nd older Charts, Scrap Books — Casper, 1. U.S. Now Sells More Butter Than It Buys NEW YORK (JP) —Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T. Benson says the government has stopped accumulating butter under the 75 per cent of parity support price for dairy products. The government now is disposing cf more butter than it buys under the support program, he said, and in August distributed 24 million pounds while buying only 17 million pounds. If dairy support prices has been raised to 80 per cent of parity, the secretary said, it would have cost the government uv to 150 million dollars, reduced buter consumtioii and given "windfall profits" to persons with butter in storage. "The answer is to expand consumption and let the Industry ssand on its own feet," he said. Reward /or Courage MARQUETTE. Mich. CSV-George Cardinal, 41. is a free man because he risked his life in the rescue of two fishermen on stormswept Lake Superior. Cardinal, an inmate at the Porcupine Mtvdntains prison camp, went out on the dangerous waters in a rowboat and saved two of four fishermen who had been thrown out of their boat by the storm. He was paroled to the custody of an Ontonagon, Mich., garage owner, who was one of several business men who offered to give Cardinal a job If he was released when word of the rescue worked out. Landscape in water color by Miss Tabitha Sudbury took first place priie m that division. Jap Scientists Say Reds Fired Atomic Blast TOKYO C?l — The Tokyo newspaper Asahi yesterday quoted Japanese scientists, as saying Russia probably exploded an H-bomb recently on Wrangel Island, only 500 I miles northwest of Nome, Alaska. i The newspaper Asahi said scientists have "almost conclusive evidence" of the Soviet H-bomb test. Moscow announced last Friday that it had tested another atomic bomb, but Japanese scientists s&y the explosion was of such magnitude that it must have been a hydrogen bomb. . • ...' Radioactive rain has .fallen in northern Japan almost daily since Saturday. Asahi said it was borne southward b$ air currents originating on the Siberian mainland. Both western Canada and France use a 24>hour clock instead of a 12-hour clock. Bottle Study ANN ARBOR. Mich, (ffi^-lt you come upon a bottle with a not* In it on the beaches of Lake Huron, it won't be from a shipwrecked sailor or show a map of some lo*t treasure, .'' ' . " : ' •" • '"•/' " The University of Michigan Orest Lakes Research institute set afloat 500 bottles with postal cardj Inaidt to study lake currents.*

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