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August 24, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 36

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I . at Grandstan.i Ml .,. C Yorkshire and Tam- Mayor vp niversary of the industry.. Mayor Whitton arrived at the exhibit alter - taking pan, m Saturday morning's Inter City Parade, and was greeted by Everett Biggs, deputy minister of agriculture. She was given small cheese. ;.' . . ... But her "cheese" for photographers was rather sour. Before anyone could stop her aba bad popped a cheese curd from the exhibit into her mouth. . Jt bad been treated with for-saawahide. ' . FEMALE HEREFORD WINNER G Bryc Poland 1 seen with the grand champion female Hereford, winner of the Hereford catUe show' ." Saturday at the Exhibition. The entry was from Brigden Farms of Brigden, Ont ' i (Journal IMt by Dnmintoa Wki) Ontario Dominates Hereford Glasses ; Two Ontario breeders domln- biding close competition were tod the Hereford cattle (how at the Central Canada" Exhibition Saturday. w' A' i V. T. James and Son, 'of Ai Mote and Carleton Place, walked, off with 1 first place ribbons la class competitions. And dwir entry of All Choice Hollo II was selected Grand Cham-eioa bull by Judge Myron La-cey. of Cornell University Mr. lacey also awarded James ea-tries ribbons for Raserve Junior Cbamploa female and 'Reserve Senior Champion female. entries from Brigden Farmiof Britden. Ont. 'They received the Grand Champion female award. Junior Champion female award, and took six first place ribbons m various classes, v Queensvu Ranch entries were named Junior Champion bull and Reserve Junior Champion bull. Queensvu also garnered six first places. Entries m the Hereford show showed a M animal Increase over IM with M entered. iens 'Ex' Cheese Show A nlescendant of the woman who virtually gave her Hie in the founding of the raw milk Cheddar cheese Industry si Northumberland and Hast lags counties, opened on Saturday . aa exhibit of old time cbeese-taking at the Ex. ' The pioneer cheese maker was Mrs. James Whitton. One of her great-granddaughters b the mayor of Ottawa. The cheese-meking axMbir Is sat s kt the McElroy Buua- sng at Lansdowna Park, by the Ontario Department of Agri culture, to mark the Httb. an "YeuTe trying Is embalm me," she accused Ceatral Cenada ExUbitiea. General Maaser Jack Clarke. Mayor Whitton said - James and Elizabeth Whitton came to Canada in IMS from Yorkshire, the home of the famous Wen-sleydale cheese. About 1 years later, when the couple moved to Seymour township, Mrs. W 1 1 1-toa made the first pressed cheese in Northumberland county, the mayor said..f Though originally for family use, lu reputation grew, and Mrs. Whitton became "the directing genius" of a co-operative cheese undertaking. i:, H It was in the Spring of lMt, "when the whole venture was tt stake," that Mrs. Whitton worked through a stormy night to save a lane and Important batch of cheese. 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' - 7 p.M. Horse shoe compe titions, playground area. - 7.1J 1.11 p.m. Rockcliffe Pipe Band, RCAF Trampoline Team. Bandsben. ,,. . i 7.M p.m. . Horse Show, toll- seum.. . o-' 7 -rvr f ' I.J p.m. Grandstand show. starrinc Andy Williams. - I - It.lS p.m. NORAD Band, Bandshell. Itn p m-Car draw, Bsnd- 'THE "LONG AND SHORT OF HANDBAG FASHIONS - , The shaulder teg's beck, bid with i bonus! swittli lb ( shorter do, leash strip lor over- weir, h wonderfully teHured vinyl with i keiher look Hut bsh. Tou'B love V H for umpus, jowe or country hi Hiyride beige, totsty browe or black. ' ;. .. ' . ' 7.98 i, s,..riman'i Bandbagi, Street floor, Doumtown Street Floor, Weitgatt , . 7. 34 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY. AUGUST 24, 1964 CLASSTI1.1E CANADA FEATURES S T .1 ! .?" 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