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Tuesday, August 25, 1964
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-1 FUNERAL 315 Mdeiid St. 233-1143 (BttWooa Stank ana O'Connor) ii7 - ft. I -A "J ! I MULTI-PRIZI5 WINNER R. E. 'Hay, of 1621 Ortoa Avenue, holds one of the, exhibits that helped bring him a total of 30 first priles In the first two of the three flower shows ' being held In the Horticultural Building at the Ex. hibiUoo, Gardening is strictly a hobby with Mr. Hay, whp is an insurance claims manager. . (Journal Photo by Dominion Wtdti Down through the years families 1 . l have trusted our advice and counsel. 2alsemd01antair i mm 1 mwwm DIRECTORS 1098 Byron Ave. 728-1761 (BottMM Woodrofto en CompMni 8 fete QBOilJllijffllfil tn mm Q i' J I - il HORTICULTURE DISPLAY Midway j What' mor, the 4 I p I a y ', kuM a wakvia! Ml wa.ll tfVstr dreamed of. Among lb treat on ,'vlew -i are- splendid - tall gladioli. ' multicolored ssnnlas1 and dahlias eight inches across to say nothing "of five-foot squash. ' '.' Vegetable collections suck as Thomas Keenan's first prise winner, make you feel like going on a health kick. The Gloucester Township councillor topped ,1 of the M classes in the garden vegetable and agricultural product section in the first of the two vegetable shows, Judged Friday. ; V ..',..: ' George Monuk.'Jr., and Sons, 'II Cordova Street, followed Mr. Keenan with sis first p rises. New entries arrive .'today tor Wednesday's vegetable show. This year there pre three separate cut flower shows. The first two" were Judged last week and Monday, and the third will be judged Thursday. Novelty arrangements. Includ ing miniature, landscapes and vegetable mannlkins, play . a big part as tha displays. A favorite ait the public and the Judges tit took a first prise Monday was Gordon Schoenherr's Hallowe'en entry. It came complete with skeleton and wltchy looking broom. . TOP WINNE1S ( r- l. i Top winner m the first two flower snows was It. E. Hay, IC1 Ortona Avenue, with -II and 12 firsts. Other multiple win ners Included ; Mrs. M. ' L. Brown, Kingston, 1 and ; 0. l Stanley, 1) Wyehwood Drive. Aylmer. 4 and 4; and Gordon Schoennerr, 1 and 4. Top Junior winner wes Maureen ' Roche, llll Sunton' Road, with 1 and I. , - T. P. Hackett, II Meadow- lands Drive, and H. W. Cole. M Ivy Avenue, led the petted plant classes with three first prizes each. Potted plant Judg ing was completed at the first flower show.. . " ..,,;&. :., Among the on compel I a t displays M the Central Ex- perimental Farm's patle exhi bit, and tha Ottawa Horticul tural Society's display. rTbe latter has a new attraction this year a question vox. " 'S Green-thumbed or. not, don't False Alarm , At 'Ex' Causes Mild Panic ' A blue haze around a light-bulb: in, the alleyway leading from the Coliseum -show rings to the adjoining cattle barn caused mild panic at the Cen tral Canada Exhibition Monday afternoon. . Aa exhibitor In the Shorthorn Show noticed the Uue haze and suspected fir. He notified hibitkm special police who, in turn, called Ottawa Tire De partment, l The wail of he sirens sent many Insiders currying out of the Coliseum and a greater number of curious outsiders crowd- It turned out to be a falsa alarm to the relief, of worried firefighters. . . y. , , And the haze? It' now 'believed ta have been nothing more than steam rising from fresh manure. . : .-: 1 FREDN. GARRETT FUNERAL, SERVICE Quitt,' Courttoui Dinifite . Modnrata Rates ' : naust u esuanoi 2334773 8S4 Somerset St West I ssiw earn T. ' : ;...,..I....j , THE OTTAWA JOURNAL A Must at the 'Ex'. Color; more color, and tots of greenery, plue th restf u I splashing of fountains, make th Horticultural Build lag tha bait oatii at this ycar'i Central Canada Exhibition. mis the Horticultural Building. uo in ine morning wnvn in flowers' are at their freshest. Or drop In later on, when you need the freshening yourself. By the way the long tall squash is a Sicilian Cucuzza, and H was grown by Joseph Alaimo, 211 Currell A venae. Ottawa.-- Shorthorn and Dual Purpose Shorthorn cattle had their turn as the centre of attention in the Coliseum arena Monday morning wheit judging of the different classes of livestock continued. When the competition among the fine, healthy animals was over, Angus M. Wilson, of Cum berland, was named pre mier breeder In the Shorthorn clis- silicalion, with MervinM'ller aiuf Sons, of Glasgow Station chosen as premier exhibitor. The Miller entries look eight firsts, three seconds, and two thirds. They also took the titles -t Shorthorn Entries Make Fine Showing of Reserve Onmpioa Senior Bull, Reserve' Grand Chsmpior BuH, Junior Champion Btt4-l Reserve JonVor Champion Bull, 1 Reserve 6ernnt Champion Fe male, Junior. Champion Female. 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