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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1954 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGftTHREl District Fair Winners Farm and Home Handicraft Waste basket — Mrs. Lee Stiles Blytheville, i. Lamp shade — Mrs. Stiles, 1 and 2; Mrs. Walter Wood, Luxora, 3. Trays — Mrs. Sylla Hill, Osceola, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Leonard Smith, Blytheville, 3. Shellcraft—Mrs. Clarence Gum, Luxora, 1; Mary Lou Sanders, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Planter — Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Stiles, ,2; Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Blytheville, 3. Spice Racks—Mrs. Nell Everett, Salem, Mo., 2. Bookends — Mrs. W. L. Smith, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Lamps — Mrs. Howard Bowen, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. S. A. Pepper, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Any plaques — Mrs. Stiles. 1; Mrs. Smith, 2; Mrs. Pepper, 3. Flower container — Mrs. Goodrich, 1; Mrs. Smith, 2; Mrs. Pepper, 3. Best Leather article — ,Mrs. Jewel Lee, Blytheville, 1; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rushing, 2 and 3. Best wood article — Jimmie Koonce, Blytheville, 3. . Best wooden novelty — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Blytheville, 2. Hand woven chair or stool bottom — Mrs. Bowen, 1; Mrs. James Manley, 2. Best craft article not mentioned —Mrs. Paul McLarkin, Paragould, 1; Mrs. W. S. Mick, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Veatrus Lovelace, Blytheville, 3, Homemade picture arrangement — Mrs. Pepper, -1 and 3; Mrs. Stiles, 2. Driftwood — Mrs. Smitr, 1 and 3; Mrs. Stiles, 2. . . Novelty Corsage — -Mrs. Jane Casper, Walnut Ridge, 1; Mrs. W. L. Smith, Rt. 1, Blytheville, 2; Mrs'. Ira Koonce, Route 2, Blytheville, 3 . Ear 'Screws — Mrs. Lyman Henson, Rt. 1, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Howard Bowen, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Glenda Scrivner, Route 1, Osceola, 3. Rug and Lamp Shade Ensemble — Mrs. Lee Stiles, BlytheviUe. Rugs (crocheted) — Mrs. George Muir, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. W. S. Mick, Blytheville, 2. Quilts (appliqued) — Mrs. R. L. Freeman, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. V. K. Kettle, Brunswick, Term., 2; Mrs. Glenda Scrivner, Route 1, Osceola, 3. Quilts (pieced) — Mrs. Kettle, 1; Mrs. Freeman, 2; Mrs. Mick, 3. Figurines — • Mrs. W. L. Smith, Route 1, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. A. L. T^f^Fs^vFyrC'Jivi,"™ -* zs^kfgK^zxy* ** SOVIET CIRCLE—Young students of the Stalin Central Physical Culture Institute in Moscow go through what looks like an ancient tribal rite. The students prostrated themselves in the circular pattern as part of a physical culture exercise. Photo and caption material from official Soviet Source rett, Blytheville. Parker house rolls — Mrs. Edith Epperson, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Jar- Corn meal muffins — Mrs. Bert Ross, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Ri- _ey Adams, BlytheviUe, 3. Plate of biscuits — Mrs. E. P. Hardin, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Glenie Johnson, Blytheville, Rt. 4, 2; Mrs. Ira Koonce, Rt. 2,. Blytheville,' 3. Cinnamon rolls — Jarrett, 1; Epperson, 2. Corn meal sticks — Mrs. Clyde Fowler, Blytheville, 1; Copeland, 2; Ross, 3. • ' Cakes White cake ((not iced) — Mrs. Food Preservation Vegetables Sweet potatoes — Mrs. Lee Stiles, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. R. L. Freeman, BlytheviUe, 2; Mrs. V. K. Kettle, Brunswick, Term., 3. Blytheville, 2; Copeland, 3. Sweet (cucumber, whole) — Pressman, 1; Copeland, 2; Stiles, 3. Pepper (pimiento) — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2; Kettle, 3. Freeman, 1; Cope- Tomato Whistle, Manila, 2; Mrs. Howard Bowen, Blytheville, 3. Copper-Pictures — Mrs. J. L. Flanagan, Luxora, 1; Mrs. W. L. McAdams, Rt. 3, Osceola, 2; Mrs. Smith, 3. Any Other Article Stencilled — Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Manila, 1; Mrs. Lee Stiles, Blytheville, 2._ Huck Woven Article — Mrs. C. F. Keith, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Bradberry, 2; Mrs. Forrest Moore Blytheville, 3. Cooking Bread White bread — Mrs. P. B. Jar- \~orman Shields, Blytheville, 1; VTrs. W. L. Ferguson, Blytheville, , Fowler, 3. White cake (cooked icing)—Mrs. O. J. Rodgers, BlytheviUe, 1; Fer- -,-us'on, 2; Mrs. J. F. Scrape, Bly- heville, 3. Devil's food cake'—Mrs. Jim H. Burks, Rt. 4, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. 'aul Whistle, Manila, 2; Fowler. 3. Pound cake (not iced)—Mrs. Robert Bailey, Osceola, 1;. Cope- and, 2; Mrs. Viola Morris, Blytheville, 3. Angel food cake — Mrs, W. L. McAdams, Blytheville, 1; Copeland, 2; Mrs. Mike Buchanan, Blytheville, 3.' Applesauce cake — Jarrett, 1; Mable Cook, Burdette, 2. Spice'cake—Mrs. O. J. Rogers. Pumpkin — Copeland, 1; Stiles, I 9. Freeman 3 2; Mrs. Nell Everett, Salem, 3; "' Green beans—Everett, 1; Jarrett, 2; Freeman. 3. Fields peas — Freeman, 1; Mrs. Lovie Holcomb, Paragould, 2; Freeman, 3. • Tomatoes — Stiles, 1; Jarrett, 2; Fleeman, 3. Beets —Kettle, i; Stiles, 2; Jarrett, 3. , Greens—Kettle, 1; Freeman, 2; Lovellen Zeller, BlytheviUe, 3. Kraut—Pepper, 1; Stiles, 2; Scrape, 3. Sout mixture — Stiles, 1 Everett, 2. Lima Beans — Freeman, l; Kettle, 2; Stiles, 3. Okra — Stiles, 1; Corn (whole grain) —Freeman, 1; Stiles, 2; Holcimb, 3. Corn (cream style) —Stiles, 1; 1; Stiles, 2; Holcomb, 3. English peas — Stiles. Carrots — Everett, 1; Stiles, 2; Freeman, 3. Asparagus '— Freeman, l. Squash — Stiles.. Any other—Freeman, 2; Stiles, land, 2; Stiles, 3. ., - • Onion (whole)—Kettle, 1; Stiles, 3. Carrots, peas (mixed)—Stiles, 2. FRUIT Blytheville, 1; Mrs. S. A. Peppers, j Apples (sliced) — Everett, 1; Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Cecil Ulum, < Scrape, 2; Pepper, 3. BlytheviUe, 3. Gingerbread (Plain) — Morris, 3. Jelly roll —Adams, 1; Mrs. Cecil Bennett, Blytheville, 2. Plain sugar cookies — Epperson, 1; Jarrett, 2; Mrs. Forrest Moore, Blytheville, 3. Fancy cookies — Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, Blytheville, 2. Decorated cake —Mrs. Roy McKay, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Jim H. Burks, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Lyman Henson, Blytheville, 3. . Chiffon cake — Mrs. J. F. Scrape, Blytheville, Mrs. Bert Ross, Pears (halves) — Freeman, 1; Holcomb, 2; Copeland, 3. Blackberries—Freeman, l; Kettle, 2; Copeland, 3. . Strawberries — Freeman, 3. Raspberries — Stiles, 1; Copeland, 2. Apricots — Stiles, 1. Plums — Everett, 1; Kettle, 2; Freeman, 3. Peaches — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2; Kettle, 3. Peach — Woods, 1; 'Freeman, 2; Kettle, 3. : Spiced pears—Kettle, 2; Stiles, 3. Beets — Freeman, l; Kettle, 2; Everett, 3. . Relishes r sau man, 2 . . Corn relish — Kettle, 1; Pepper, 2; Stiles, 3. Chili sauce — Pepper, 1; Woods, 2; Freeman, 3. ' Chow chow— Kettle, 1; Copeland, 2; McLarkin, 3. Beets — Pepper, 2. Pepper relish — Jarrett, 1; Me Larkin, 2: Stiles, 3. Pear relish — Neil, 1. Red tomatoes — Stiles, 2; Free man, 3. Picallili — Tittle, 2; Freeman, 3 Three assorted —• Copeland, 1; Stiles, 2. Juices Grape — Freeman, 1; Kettle, 2; Jarrett, 3. Plum — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2; Jarrett, 3. Tomato — Freeman,' 1; Kettle 2; Abbott, 3. Apple — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2. Blackberry—McLerkin, 1; Stiles : 2; Copeland, 3. Raspberry — Copeland, 1; Stiles. 2. vin Aycock, 3; Charles Smallwood, 4; Jerry Hodge, 5 and 6. Sr. spring pig (boar) — Billy Wayne Duncan, 1. Jr. spring pig (boar)—Jerry Hodge, land 2. Produce of dam—Jerry Hodge, 1. Grand Champions Poland China —Gary Bevill Duroc — Billy Wayne Duncan FFA Show—Billy Wayne Duncan. Clothing Applesauce Stiles, 1; Free- Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Mary Scrape Blytheville, 3. * Candy Chocolate fudge — Whistle, 1 Shields, 2; Moore, 3. Divinity — Shields, 1; Sylvester 2; Copeland, 3. STEER SHOW—Mrs. E. R. Brown, the family goat and her Dallas, Tex., neighbors watch as a wrecker lifts an anonymous steer found in a newly dug cesspool to safety. The steer, which appears unconcerned about his predicament, was trapped in the hole for about 2% hours. 80 to 480 acre tracts. Excellent loans obtaintble. Want to buy want to keep? Here it is! 200'acre loam located on black top. Hiway in excellent community.3 houses, 2 barns, and electricity. Ready to go! LEIGH AGENCY Phont 99 Parma, Mo. man, 2; Kettle, 3. Figs — Kettle, 1; Stiles, 2; Copeland, 3. Grapes — Freeman, 1; Kettle, 2; Stiles, 3. Any other — Stiles. Pecans — Scrape, 1; Jarrett, 2; Copeland, 3. Sweet Spreads Honey — Kettle, 1; Freeman, 2. Plum preserves — Kettle,- 1; Stiles, 2: Freeman, 3. Watermelon preserves — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2; Abbott, -3. Pear preserves — Mrs. N. J. Fortenberry. Osceola, 1: Freeman, 2; Mrs. Walter Wood, 3. Tomato preserves — Pepper, 1; Abbott, 2; Woods, 3. Fig preserves — Buchanan, 1; Stiles, 2; Mrs. Raymond Zachery, Blytheville, 3. Crabapple preserves — Woods, 1; Stiles, 2: Freeman. 3. Apple butter — Stiles, 1; Freeman, 2; Everett, 3. Marmalade — Holcomb, 1; Copeland, 2; Jarrett, 3. Strawberry preserves — Freeman, 1; Kettle, 2; Jarrett, 3. Mincemeat — Freeman, 1; Copeland, 2; Kettle, 3. Blackberry jam—Stiles, 1; Copeland, 2; Scrape, 3. Meat Pork ribs — Stiles, 1; Freeman 2; Kettle, 3. Chicken — Stiles, 1; Everett, 3. Pork loin — Stiles. , . . . Sausage — Abbott, 2; Stiles, 3. Lard — Freeman, 1; Kettle, 2; Stiles, 3: • -.••-• Jars of meat — Stiles. Shoulder — Stiles, 2.. Home cured ham — Stiles. Fruit, Vegetable Displays Vegetable tray (fresh) — Mrs. W. L. Smith, Blytheville, 1; Stiles, 2. Fruit — Stiles, 1. Vegetable-Fruit Groups Four different fruits — Stiles, 3. Four different vegetables — Stiles, 1; Jarrett, 3. Different tomato products — Stiles, 1. FHA Department i. Group of three Mrs. J. E. Neil, Blytheville, 1; Stiles 2; Scrape, 3. Jelly Three glasses — Copeland, 1; Kettle, 2; Stiles, 3. Pickles Bread and butter — Mrs. W. L. Hanna, Luxora, 1; Buchanan, 2. Dill (cucumber, whole) — Freeman, l; Mrs> R. L. Johnson, Hampshire Jr. yearling sow — Jimmy Koonce, Sr. spring gilt—Dale McGinin- is, l. Berkshire 'Sr. yearling sow—Joe Payne, 1. O. L C. Jr. spring gilt—Benny Higgins, l. Fat barrow — Higgins. 1. Poland China Sr. yearling sow — Elbert Rigsby, 1; Max Haynes, 2. Sr. sow pig— Gary Bevill, 1; Jimmy Van Bibber, 2. Jr. spring pigs —Max Haynes, 1. Durocs Jr. yearling sows —Charles Haynes, 1; Roland Howard, 2; Jerry Hodge, 3; Buddy Whatley, 4; Roy Simmons, 5. Sr. sow pig —Billy Wayne Duncan, l. Sr. spring pig (gilts) — Howard Girdley, 1; Waird Whitehead. 2. Jr. spring pig (gilts) — Billy Wayne, 1; Bobby Aycock, 2; Al- Blouse — Evelyn Cockerhan, Man- ! ila, 1; Jane Casper, Walnut Ridge, • 2; LuciUe Cummings, Keiser, 3. j Skirt—LuciUe Cummings, Keiser j 1; Judy Middleton, Burdette, 2; Francer Garner, DeU, 3. Cotton dress— Cummings, I; Margaret Palmer, Burdette, 2; Cockerhan, 3. Church dress—Cummings, 1; Mable Crook, Burdette, 2; Pat Holder, Burdette, 3. Party dress — Maurine Dobbs, Dell, 1; Gail Smith, 2. Apron—Cummings, 1; Cocfcer- han, 2; Myrtle Regsby, Burdette, ! 3. Wool skirt or dress — Dobbs, 1; Cumming, 2. Cotton Slip or peitycoat — Dobbs, 1, Cummings, 2. Cooking 12 Vx BREAD Biscuits —Smith, 1; Casper, 2; Cummings, 3. Corn muffins or sticks — Casper, 1; Agnes Walker, Dell, 2. Yeast rolls — Wandy Rackley, Burdette, l; Cummings, 2. CAKE Plain layer (not iced) — Barbara j Franks, Burdette, 1; Patsy Baugh- • er, 2; Casper, 3. j Decorated cake — Peggy Gunter, ! Burdette, 1; Casper, 2; Cummings, i 3- .• ! Plain sugar cookies — Hazel Brown, DeU, i; Casper. 2; Cum- j mings, 3. ! Fancy cookies — Patsy Buford, Dell, 1; Casper, 2; Cummings, 3. Handicraft 12 12 Etched aluminum trays— Casper, 1, Francis Weather, Burdette, 2. Textile painting — Casper, 1; Cummings, 2; Cockerhan, 3. Glass etching — Casper, 1. Other articles —-GlJenda Cliild- ers, Burdette, 1; Casper, 2.; Bonnie .Statler, Eurdette, 3. Tablecloths—Mrs. V. K. Kettle, Brunswick, Tenn., 1; Mrs. R. L. Freeman, Blytheville, 2; Mrs, Cecil Ulum, BlytheviUe, 3. • Bedspreads—Mrs. Leonard Camp bell. Blytheville, l; Freeman. 2; Kettle, 3. Luncheon Cloths and,sets—Freeman, l. Centerpieces—Mrs. Roy McKay, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. H, L. Veasman, Osceola. 2; Mrs. Walter Wood, 3. Buffet and Vanity Sets — Veasman, 1; Mrs. J. A. Senters, Osceola, 2; Mrs. Veatrus Lovelace, 3. Chair Sets—Mrs. A. P. Burks, Blythevlile, 1; Senters, 2; Freeman, 3. Doilies (under 14 inches) — McKay, 1; Burks, 2; Mrs. J. B. Jarrett.. 3. Table or Dresser Scarfs — Mrs. Jewel Lee, Blytheville. 1; Veasman, 2; Senters, 3. Househild Accessories—Mrs. Paul McLeskin, Paragould, l; Mrs. Hazel Neal, Lepanto, 2. Edgings and Insertions—Kettle, 1; Freeman, 2; Lovelace, 3. Pot Holders-Hot Plate Mats— Veasman, 1; Freeman, 2; Kettle, 3. Doll Clothes—Wood, 1; Mrs. Clarence Gum, Luxora, 2; Wood, 3. Ladies over 65—Wood, 1. Rugs—Mrs. C. F. Keith, Blythe- viUe, l. Afgan—Mrs. S. A. Pepper, Blytheville, 1. Stole—Mrs. Paul McLarkin, Paragould, 1; Mrs. Otto Bradberry, Manila, 2. Read Courier News Classified Ads DEFOLIATE Your Cotton The best in Aerial Equipment to handle dust or liquid. We deliver dust . . . Also furnish loading equipment for liquid. 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