The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 8, 1939 · Page 8
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AGE EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939. emiums Listed I o r Exhibitors _ _ ttwo. Pitt 1) ity of work or arti- year, $5 group A; $3 C. [vanced years, $5 group „ ip B, $f group C. , DIVISION xvn-- ^toEMONSTRATIONS Of a demonstra- 6r explain apices and results ini and practical ;;'A demonstration en- team members in /.initiative, .poise, per- aecuracy in knowledge 5t, and ability to think, " act 'before an audJ .'^Demonstration teams to Thomas at club meet- a. m. Thursday, Aug. tration to be given by ibe.rs and not to exceed .«".-• . ' .ting of calf, $3 1st, $2 Brd. , Care of dairy utensils, $3 $2 2nd, $1 3rd. Treating of seed potatoes, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 919 Canning demonstration, $3 1st, $2,2nd, $1 3rd. 920 Food preparation, $3 1st, $2 2nd J .$J 3rd. 921 Farm Mapping, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. DEPARTMENT N FARM ORGANIZATION UNIT MARTIN SCHWASS, Supt. Exhibit to be in place Sept. 12 by 1:00 P. M. Exhibit cannot be removed until 3 P. M. Saturday, Sept. 16. Fapm /organization should make application for entry to Martin JSchwass, Scottville, not later tMn Aug. 15. Articles in this exhibit not allowed to compete elsewhere. Each Organization to be allowed 12 running feet. Section I 922 Display made up of farm products comprising fruits, vegetables, grains, grasses, flowers, canned and preserved products. (Judges to give equal considera- tion'to -size of exhibit, quality of product,- and artistic arrangement),-$20 1st, $15 2nd, $5 3rd, $5 4thi $5 5th, $5 6th. DEPARTMENT O— FLORICULTURE MRS. H. H. HAWLET, Supt. Exhibits must be in place by 1 P. M. Sept. 13. Judging will begin 1 P. M. Sept. 13. ,, . Exhibits cannot be removed before 3 P. M. Sept. 16. Entry applications will be received *>y Mrs. H. H. Hawley, 511 N. Jairi@§ St., Ludington, Supt., not later .than Sept. 5,1939. Premiums will be paid only to amateurs, and flowers must be grown by exhibitor. No exhibit can be entered in mofpihan .one class and only ";ry may be made by any Mt In any one class. In case of no . competition, awarding of premium shall be left to the discretion of the judges and any award -will be based solely upon the merit of the exhibit. Premiums will riot be awarded unless the exhibits are , cbnsid- ered sufficiently meritorious. Entries in competitive exhibits not made according to the schedule shall be disqualified. The Exhibition Committee shall have power to exclude all Inferior exhibits or to remove any part of that exhibit. No exhibit shall be -removed by any exhibitor during the show. No flowers •shall be given away by any exhibitor from his display, In the specimen bloom classes and collections, all "Varieties should be correctly originally staged except by the Exhibition Committee. No exhibitors will be allowed in the hall while the judging is in progress. Section I 923 Ageratuih. 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 924 Asters (one color), 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 925 Asters (mixed colors), 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 926 Calendula, 5 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 927 California Poppy, 12 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 928 Centaureas, 5 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 929 Cosmos, 5 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 930 Cynoglossum Amabile, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. Dahlia— !')3i Dahlia, Formal Decorative, 1 bloom, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 932 Dahlia, Formal Decorative, 1 bloom, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 933 Dahlia, Collarette, 1 bloom, 50c 1st 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 934 Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 935 Dahlia, Semicactus, 1 bloom, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 936 Dahlia Miniature, 3 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 937 Dahlia, Pompom, 3 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 938 Dahlia, Ball or Show 3 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. Gladiolus— 939 Gladiolus, White, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 940 Gladiolus, Pink Shades, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 941 Gladiolus, Red Shades, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 942 Gladiolus, Lavender or blue, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 943 Gladiolus, Orange, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 944 Gladiolus, Smokey, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 925 Gladiolus, Novelty, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 946 Gladiolus, Yellow, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 947 Gladiolus, Other shades, 1 spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 948 Gaillardia, 3 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 949 Larkspur (Annual), 5 spikes, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. .' ' 950 Liatris, Best spike, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 951 Marigolds, African, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 952 Marigolds, French, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 953 Nasturtium, Single, 12 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon State Ag Comm'r Has Fair Message blooms 3rd. 954 Nasturtiums, Double, 12 972 Zinnia, small flowered, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 973 Zinnia, large flowered, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 974 Any other annual, 3 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 975 Any other perennial, 3 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. Section II Flower Arrangements 976 Basket of Annuals, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 977 Basket of Perennials, $1 1st, .. While care will be taken, , of the blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 955 Pansies, 12 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c.2nd, ribbon 3rd. 956 Petunias, Double, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 957 Petunias, Ruffled, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 958 Petunias, Single, 12 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 959 Phlox (perennial), 3 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. •>;•;.•< 960 Physostegia, 3 spikes, 50r 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 961 Rose, -Hybrid Tea Beit bloom, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. .962 Rose, other varieties, best stem, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 963 Salpiglossis, 3 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 964 Scabiosa, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 965 Shasta Daisy, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 966 Snapdragons, 5 stems, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 967 Stocks, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. • 968 Verbena, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 978 Basket ot Dahlias, $1 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1st, property of the exhibitor, ,no re- |25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. BUYA $ 25SUIT AT WARDS for only sponsibilitv.jyiii be assumed for any loss or damage. Name of owner should be on bottom of I roperties. Unlawful to use milk ottles as containers. •'•• No competitive exhibit; shall 969 Zinnia, Pompom, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. 970 Zinnia, Fantasy, 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon 3rd. » 971 Zinnia, Scabiosa flowered, be removed from the table where 3rd 5 blooms, 50c 1st, 25c 2nd, ribbon DRINK Meister Bran THE BEER BUY IT ANYWHERE No sugar—No glucose—No headaches Distributed by Ludington Beverage Co. PHONE 64 wvvwvvvwuwwu White Oak Pocahontas Quality Coal BUY NOW! ORDERS MAY BE LEFT FOR FUTURE DELIVERY! f Costs a'Little-More—Worth Much (More f tHERE IS NOSUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY Pncme Us Your Order Today! . -»te<\ •> . ' • . A. Hawley and Sons Phone 207 rVWWVVWWVWWi 979 Basket of Gladiolus, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 980 Basket of Marigolds, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 981 Basket of Zinnias, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 982 Basket of Mixed Flowers, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 983 Bowl or Vase of Annuals, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 984 Bowl or Vase of Perennials, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 985 Bowl or Vase of Marigolds, $1 1st, 25c 3rd. 986 Bowl or Vase of Zinnias, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 987 Bowl or Vase of any other flower, $l 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 988 Miniature Arrangement not to exceed 4" in any dimension, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. Section III Flower Collection Flowers used in specimen bloom not eligible 989 Best collection Dahlias, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 990 Best collection of gladiolus, $1 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. DEPARTMENT P—EDUCATION GERTRUDE EASTMAN, Supt. Apply for space to Gertrude Eastman of Ludington by Sept.-5 to insure space. Competition open to, schools of Mason, Lake, Manistee and Oceana Counties. Entries by schools to be made by superintendents, teachers or school commissioner. No article or set of articles can be entered for more than one prize. All exhibits must be the work of pupils of the school and performed since Sept. 1, 1938. All work capable of being mounted should be mounted on cardboard or on tagboard, 22x28 Inches. Entries are free to all schools and children and must be in by 1 P. M. Tuesday, Sept. 12 and not removed until 3 P. M. Saturday, Sept. 16. All work for exhibit must be neat, clean, and must have definite merit. SECTION 1—EXHIBITS BY SCHOOLS Division 1 991 Best general educational exhibit by rural primary district, $5 1st, $3 2nd, $1 3rd. 992 Best general educational exhibit by village school, $5 1st, $3 2nd, $1 3rd. 993 Best general educational exhibit by city primary, $5 1st, $3 2nd. $1 3rd. 994 Best .general educational exhibit by city grade school, $5 1st, $3 2nd, $1 3rd. #95 Best general educational exhibit by city Junior high, $5 1st, $3 2nd, $1 3rd. 996 Best general educational exhibit by city Senior high, $5 1st, $3 2nd, $1 3rd. Division 11—Special 997 Best display of manual training and domestic arts, $5 1st. $3 2nd, $1 3rd. 998 Best art exhibit by rural school, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 999 Best art exhibit by village school. $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 1000 Best art exhibit by City primary, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 1001 Best art exhibit by city grade school, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 1002 Best art exhibit by junior high, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 1003 Best art exhibit by city senior high, $3 1st. $2 2nd, $1 3rd. SECTION 11—EXHIBITS BY INDIVIDUALS Division 1 Projects by individuals in rural primary school, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1004 Penmanship. 1005 Physiology. 1006 Geography. 1007 History. 1008 Good Health. 1009 Good Citizenship. 1010 Conservation. 1011 Thrift. 1012 "Safety First." 1013 Transportation— old and new methods. 1014 Collection of Moths and] Butterflies. 1015 Collection of Fungus growths. 1016 Woodwork. 1017 Paper Cutting. 1018 Wool. 1019 Cotton. 1020 Iron. 1021 Corn. 1022 Coal. 1023 Specials. Division II Exhibit by individual of rural primary school, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1031 Map of Michigan. 1032 Best Map of United States. 1033 U. S. Flag in Colors. 1934 U. S. Shield in Colors. 1035 Free hand pencil sketch. 1036 Free hand crayola sketch. 1037 Bird House. 1038' Transportation. 1039 Art Collection. 1040 Special. Division III Exhibit by individual from village school (Same classification as Division II) 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1030. Styled by Brandon En/o/ Wards Finer Fit... Better Tailoring! pot your eye on "something a little better in the way of a suit" this Fall? Looking for an outfit that'll make you feel like a million—without shooting holes in your budget? Then slip into one of these suits right now! Watch the way the jacket drapes, the way it broadens your shoulders and nips in your waist. Notice how roomy and comfortable the trousers are. See how smart and new every pattern is! No alteration charge. " $3 A MONTH ... Down Payment.. . Carrying Charge «** ^I^^^ESss^segaKs^gag^^ggg Sensational Saving! Regularly I5c Division IV Woodwork Individual exhibit by grade ipupil in manual training of city schools, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1051 Bread Board. 1052 Book Rack. 1053 Bird Houses. 1054 Bird Feeders. 1055 Card Holders. 1056. Coat Hangers. 1057 Candle Sticks. 1058 Desk Light. 1059 Footstool. 1060 Game Board. 1061 Magazine Rack. 1062 Pedestals. 1063 Plant Stands. 1064 Sleeve Boards. 1065 Tie Racks. 1066 Towel Racks. 1067 Cake Boards. 1068 Specials. Division V Woodwork Individual exhibit by high school pupils In manual training in city schools, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1071 Candle Sticks. 1072 Costumers. 1073 Book Troughs. 1074 Taborets. 1075 Magazine Stands. ,1076 Small Tables. 1077 Piano Benches. 1078 Floor Lamps. 1079 Talble Lamps. 1080 Shaving Stands. 1081 Telephone Stand. 1082 Desks. 1083 Porch Swings. 1084 Medicine Case. 1085 Umbrella Stand. 1086 Cedar Chests. 1087 Meat Pounder. 1088 Smoking Stands. 1089 Rolling Pin. 1090 Fruit Bowls. 1091 Mallets. 1092 Gavels. 1093 Potato Masher. 1094 Tool Handles. 1095 Specials. The earth's atmosphere is known to extend upward at city least 120 miles. Newest Fall Patterns Short and Long Styles Save 26% in this sale! Every color you want, from maroon and green to black, brown and navy! Clocks, of course, but the stripes and weaves are the BIG NEWS! Short styles have elastic tops! Rayon mixtures. Mercerized tops. New Fall Socks I Knit-In Patterns The patterns are knit-in to stay! 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