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IMTOBPAY, SEPT. tO, BLYTHKVTLLE (ARK.) COTOfBTt NEWS TAOB TUMI pr^#£&rte;*-;: • '.-y^^i^-fei (Top) — Senior champion Pol ind tons, SUele. (Bottom) — Gran i, Bragg City, Mo. District Fair Winners Farm and Home Hoiti« Cooking — Bread ' , WriU« ye&sl tread — Mrs. P. B. Jsrratt, Rt. 1, Blythevllle, 1; Mrs. W. D. Henson, Blythevllle, S. Parker House rolls — Mrs. L. V. Waddell. Manila, 1; Mrs. R. H. Coleman, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Jarratt, 3. Oom meal muffins — Mrs. Raymond Zachary, Blytheville. 1; Mrs. R. A. Copeland, Blythevllle, 1. Plate of biscuits — Mrs. Henson, I; Mrs. Zschary, 2; Mrs. Mike Buchanan, Blyfchevllle, 3. Cinnamon rolls ..... -Mrs. Jarratt, 1; Mrs. Viola Morris, Blythevllle, 2; Mrs. Henson, 3. Corn meal sticks— Mrs. Henson. 1; Mra. O. R, Redlord. Blythevllle, 2; Mrs. Paul McLerkln, Paragould, 3. Whit* »»ke (cooked icing)— Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Aubrey Bruce, 2; Mrs. McLerkln. 3. rxwlla food (cooked Icing)— Mrs. Jim Lutes, Blythrvllle, 1; Mrs. Mc- Lorkln, 2; Mrs. R. N. Colcman, Bly- thev*U», 3. Pound cak« — Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Morrta, 3. Angel food— Mrs. McLerkln. 1; MlM Patty June Davis, Blythevllle. »; Kr». Copeland. 3. Apple»auce cake— Mrs. Jarratt, I. Spice cake — Mrs. O. J. Rogers. Blythevllle, 1; Mrs. McLcrkln, 2; Mrs. Buchanan, 3. Gingerbread— Mrs. McLerkin, 1; Mri. Morris. 2; Marshall Gordon, Blythevllle. 3. Cup cakes- Mrs. E. W. Bailey, Osceola, 1; Mrs. McLerkln, ?. Plain sugar cookies— Mra. Jarratt. 1: Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, 2; Mrs. [iClvde Toiler. Blytheville. 3. Fancy cookies — Mrs. Sylvester. 1; Mrs. J. "J. Cookston, 2; Mrs. Morris. S. B«t decorated cake ....... Mrs. Robert Bailey, Osceola. 1. Candj Chocolate fudge— Miss Davte, 1; Mrs. Henson. 3. Divinity— Mrs. Cookston. 1; Mrs. Sylvester, 2; Miss Davis, 3. Meats Home-cured ham — Mrs. Morris. 1. Home-cured shoulder— Mrs. Morris. 1. Fruits, Vegetables Beat vegetable tray — Mrs. Lee Slrles, Blythevllle, 1. Best fruit arrangement — Mrs. Corjeland, 1; rvira. Stiles, 3. (No sec- t ond). Handicraft — stool— Mr*. Paul M-lorkln. Par- aeould. I: Mrs. Eirl Hushes, Par- aCOUld. 2. Waste paper baskets— Mrs. W. L. Smith. Blythevitic. 1; Mrs. I*e SIH"s. Blythevllle. 2. Trays (mclal) —.Mrs. Smith. 1; |J;!r«. MoLorkln. 2. "Sr..-llcraft — Frank Henry Bailey. Osceola. I: Mrs. Roy '"""imas I.frhvillp, 2: Mrs. f ..-- 3. RonV-ends- Mrs. Smith. 3 (No 1 and 2.) r.nmns — Pat Pmo n 'ermnn. TVvthe- vlile, 1; Robert Koonce. Blytheville. 2: Ropery Lcdnerry, Blytheville. 3. Plaques — Mrs. W. O. Anderson Bl'theville. 1. Wall haneln?.* — Mrs. RiWih Ryl- v vester. BTvtheviMp, 1 and 2. Door stop-— Mrs. Smith. 3 No 1 an* 2i "ivoltv belts -Mrs. Rtilps. 1. 1"' ntosMr article- Mrs. Stiles 1 2 :>!ld 3. Lapel ornaments — Mrs R A rr«"| 5 nd. Blvthevllle. 1: M-s Fpyn,. 2; Miss l7pr,i Davis, teach-' - ' '"ie Risk, BlythevllTe. 3 (No s- ond.) Rii»s (hor>kedi— Mrs. H. H. Hou£•«•=. pivfhpvlllr.. 1: Mr,, Plv Hal , P'-fh^vilip, 9: Mrs. ,i. J. Corl-.ton Hinc.5, III.. 1; Mrs. George'' Mulr, md Chtni boar . . . Arthur Alford id champion Yorkshire sow . . . j. 0, Blythevllle. t. Rugs (braided) — Mrs Rosco Crafton. Blythevllle, 1; Mrs. Mull-. 2; Mrs. W. B. Rayder, Blytheville, Quilts (pieced)—Mrs. R. A. Arens- mlcr, Blythevllle. 1 and 3; Mrs. Graham Sudbury, 2. Quilts (appllmicd) — Mrs. Arens- mler, 1. Figurines—Mrs. Smith, 1; Mrs. Anderson. 2: Mrs. Sylvester. 3. Copper pictures—Mrs. Anderson, 1 and 2. Any other article—Mrs. Stiles, 3 (No 1 and 3) Huck woven article—Mrs. Muir. 1. Best leather article-Mrs Smi'h 1, 2 and 3. Best article of wood — Bobble Davis. Blytheville, I; Robert Koonce, Blythevllle, 2 and 3. Best article r.ot mentions Mrs. J. R. Gainings. Luxora, 1; Mrs. Crafton. 2: Raymond Miller Blvth*- vllle, 3. Crocheted Articles — Scarves and wall panels . Mrs. George Vanderhcy, Batesville. 1; Miss Mildred Webb, Ht 1 Blvihe- ville. 2. Pot holders and hot plate mats- Mrs. Hurley Mills, GoWer, Mo. ,1. Buffet and .vanity sets — Miss Webb, 1 and 2. Tablecloths—Miss Webb !• Mrs J. H. Griffin, Manila, 2. Bedspread- 'rs. Leonard Caim- bell. BlytV-vllle, 1; Mrs. Griffin. 2 Luncheon set Mrs. Vamlerhey, 1- Miss Webb, 2. Doilies (under H inches) — Mrs. Vanderhey. 1; Mrs. R. A. Copeland Blvlhevllle. 2. Edelng or insertions—Mis* Webb, 1; Mrs. Campbell. 2. Chstr sets —Mr.- Vanderhev, I- Miss Webb 2. " Centerpieces—Miss Webb. 1 and 2 Clilld's set'—Mra. Paul McLerkln Paragould 1. (Top) — Grand champion Chester boar . . . Bobby Horton, Campbell. Mo. (Bottom) — Junior champion Hampshire boar . . . Jimmy Parrent, Campbell, Mo. (Top) - Grand champion Yorkshire junior boar . . . Judson Goodrich, Bragg City. Mo. (Bottom) - Grand champion Curoo boar . . . Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. (Top) — Fat ba — Grand champion Hampshire boar . , ,3-J'fil irrows . . . Rowland Mitchell, Half Moon. (Bottom) . J. B. Gunter, Blythevllle. 2. Lee Stiles, Blythe- Scarf- Mrs. ville. 1. Bedspread' — Mrs. W. F Kins Blythevllle. 1. S '. (•Not entered in National Crochet Contest.) Food Preservation — Vegetables Green beans—Mrs. p. B. Jarratt Blytheville, I; Mrs. Lee Stiles, Blytheville, 2; Mrs. Essie Davis, Blytheville, 3. Field peas—Mrs. Nell Everett, Salem, Ark., 1; Mrs. W. D. Henson BlythevlUe, 2; Mrs. Louie Holcomb' Paragould, 3. Tomatoes — Mrs. Stiles, 1- Mrs Henson. 2; Mrs. Davis, 3. Beets—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs Henson. 2: Mrs. Davis. 3. Greens -Mrs. Stiles, 1 and 2; Mrs. Everett. 3. Kraut—Mrs. Stile!, 1; Mrs. O R Bedford. BlythevlUe. 2. .Soup mixture Mrs, Davis. 1; Mrs. Pan! McLcrkln, Parngould 2' Mrs Stiles. 3. Lima beans—Mrs. Viola Morris Blythevllle, 1; Mrs. EiTrett, 2; Mrs. Jnrratt, 3. Okra—Mrs. Jarratt. 1; Mrs. Everett. 2: Mrs. Davis. 3. Corn (whole grain)—Mrs. Stiles. 1: M-s. Henson, 2 Corn (cream style)—Mrs. Everett, 1; Mrs Styles. 2. Carrote--Mrs. McLerkln, 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2: Mrs. Everett. 3. Enelish peas—Mis. Stiles, I- Mrs Davis. 2: Mrs. Rpdlord. 3. Squash—Mrs. Stiles, 2. (No 1 and 31. Other-Mrs. Stiles. 1 and 2; Mr.s. Henson, 3. Fruit Apples--Mrs. SUIes, 1; Mrs Jarratt. 2. Pears—Mr.«. R. A. Copeland. Bly- thevliie. 1; Mrs. Davis. 1. Plums—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Copeland. 2. Peaches — Mrs. Sdles, I- M rs . rrnn RTTNNEK-UP — Shown above Is the agricultural exhibit set up by members of, the Luxora chapter of Future Farmers of America, who won second place for their display. Tlie exhibit Is set up In the Main Exhibit Building at the Northeast Arkansas District Fair here. (Courier News I'hoto) Holcomb, 2; Mrs. McLerkin. 3. Applesauce — Mrs. Everett, 1; Mrs. Jim Lutes, Blythevllle, 2; Mrs. Copeland, 3. Berries—Mrs. Stiles, I and 3- Mrs. Everett, 2. Figs—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jarratt, Grapes—Mrs. Stiles. 1. Cherries—Mrs. Stiles, 1. Sweet Spreads Honey — Mrs. Jarratt. 1; Alfred Well. Paraionld, 2; Mra. Viola Morris. Blytheville, 3. Plum preserves—Mrs. Davis, 1 and 2: Mrs. Stiles, 3. Peach preserves — Mrs. Davis, 1; Mr.s. Holcnmb, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Pear preserves—Mrs. McLerkin 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Morris. 3. Tomato preserves — Mrs. E. M. Abbott. Blythevllle, 1 and 2. Fig preserves—Mrs/Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jarratt, 2. Crabapple preserves—Mrs. Stiles, Apple butter—Mrs. McLerkin, 1: Mrs. Stiles, 3. (No second). Marmalade—Mrs. Stiles. 1; Mrs.' Davis. 2: Mrs. McLerkln. 3. • Strawberry preserves—Mr.s. Jarratt. 1; Mrs. Davis, 2; Mrs. O. J. Rogers. Blyiheville. 3. Blackberry Jam — Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Davis. 3. Group oi three, assorted — Mrs. Davis. 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Mary Scrape, Blythevllle. 3. j Jelly I Three glasses—Mrs. Davis, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Pickles Dill—Mrs. Davis. .1; Mrs. Stiles. 2. Sweet—Mrs. Lutes, i; Mrs. stiles. Sour—Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Blytheville. 1; Mrs. Davis. 2. Prpper—Mrs. Stiles, I; Mrs. Davis, 2. Onion—Mrs. Stiles, 1. Peach—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mra. Mc- Lnikin. 2. Spiced pears-Mrs. Davis, 3. (No 1 and 2). Beets-Mrs. stiles. I; Mrs. Dr.vi:, 2 and 3. Relishes Corn relish—Mrs. Stilts, 1; Mrs. Henson. 2; Mrs. Davis. 3. Chili sauce — Mrs. McLerkin, 1; Mr.s. Davis. 2; Mrs. Stiles. 3. Chow chow—Mrs. Kelison. 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2; Mrs. Davis. 3. Green tomatoes—Mrs. Davis, I. Pepper relish—Mrs. McLerkin, 1; Mrs. Stiles. 3. Pear relish—Mrs. Stiles, S. (No 1 and 2). Red Tomatoes—Mrs. Stiles, 1. Plcallili — Mrs. Jnrratt, 1- Mrs Stiles, 2. Group ot three—Mrs. Davis, 1 and 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Julcei Grape—Mrs. Davis. 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2: Mrs. Morris. 3, Piurn—Mrs. Davis, 1; Mrs. Stiles. 2. Mrs. Tomato — Mrs. Lutes. 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2. Mrs. Scrape, 3. Any other — Mrs. Lutes, 1; Mrs. Davis, 2 and 3. .1Ie.ii Chicken—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs Ev- erett. 2; Mrs. c. M. Abbott Biy- thcville. 3. Beef roast—Mrs. stiles. 1. Pork loin—Mrs. stiles. 1. Sausage—Mrs. stiles, 1; Mrs. Davis. 2; Mrs. Jarr?.tt. 3. Two pints or quarts—Mrs. Stiles, 1; Mrs. Jarratt. 2: Mrs. Abbott, 3. Vceelable-Friill Groups Four Jars fruit—Mrs. stiles, 1 and 3; Mrs. Davis. 2. Four |ars vegetables—Mrs. Stiles, 1: Mrs. Henson. 2; Mrs. Davis, 3. Four jnrs tomato products—Mrs. Stiles, i; Mrs. Henson, 2. Pour Jars different fruits—Mrs. Stiles, I and 3; Mrs. Davis. 2. Read Conner News Classified Ads OPEN MONDAYS We're open 7 days-a-wcck now! Come out anytime ami enjoy 'shn-nnff, lionost-io-goodness pit barbecue. We'll be looking for you! The DIXIE PIG He knows who has the cleanest, freshest wash in town . . . who is satisfied wilh halfway, old-fashioned methods. How do you rate? Oo you know out delivery man? \Ve think you should ... for he can help you to a new way of living. Let him take washday drudgery out of your house ... let us show you the results of professional laundry service . . . and you'll look forward to his ! visits every week! Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 Clothing — Household T,lnens Pillow cases, embroidered (white) — Mrs. Gene Skelton, Blylheville. 1; Mrs. W. P. King, lilylheville, 2; Mrs. A. P. Burks, niytlieville. 3. Pillow cases, embroidered or ap- plique (with eolnr)—Mrs. Kkolton. 1 and 2: Mrs. Raymond Zochory Blythevllle, a. MonoRrninn- short nnd piilloj/ cases (wlille or color)—Mrs. R. L Drdman. Dlythevillc. 2 (No 1 and 3) Luncheon scls, embroidered—Mrs T. O, Huey, Blvthevllle, 1. Luncheon set. lace-trimmed — Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, lilythcvllle. Luncheon cloth — Mrs. Sylvester 1; Mrs. Burks, 2. Table cloth and one napkin.— Mrs. Rosco Oration, Blytheville, r Mr-. Skellon 2. Kitchen curtains — Mrs. Vernon Mtrrick. MarshfieM. Mo.. I. Doilies—Mrs. Skelton. 1. Table runners, embroidered—Mr.s E. MrGulre. Rt, 3. Blvthevllle. 1; Mrs. Skelton. 2; Mrs L D Wade Blvtheville. 3. Bvidstp scls—Mrs. R. A. Copeland Blvdicville. 2. (No 1 and 3> Pot holder — • Mrs. Lee Shies Blytheville. ]; Mrs. John Elliott' Blvihevllle. 2; Mrs. Merrick. .1. Handkerchiefs (niiitt-, — Mrs H H. Houchlns. Blytheville, 1. Hand kerchiefs (assorted) — Mrs Harley Mills, Gobler, Mo.. 1- Mrs Burks, 2. Kitchen or tea towels — Mrs. Stiles. 1: Mrs. Paul McLerkln Par- apmild. 2. Guest towels 'assorted) — Mrs Georne Mnir, BlythevlUe I- Mrs' Merrick 2. Ladies' OarmenU Run bonnet—Mrs. Copeland. I Night gown—Mrs. Burks. 1; Mrs Svlvestcr. 2: Mrs. M"rrlr-k. 3. Pa!nmi>^—Mrs. McLerkln, 1; Mrs Merrick. 2. Slip—Mr.s. SIiles. 1: Mrs. Burks 7. Street dress — Mrs. Sylvester. 2- Mrs. Louise Payne, Rt. 2. Blylhe- ville, 3. (No first) House dress—Mrs. Elites, 1; Mrs Sylvester. 2; Mrs. McLerkin. 3. Smock -- Mrs. Mcriiek, 2; Mrs. nurks, 3. (No first) Apron (kitchen) — Mrs. Merrick, 1; Mrs. Sylvester, 2; Mrs. Burks. 3. Apron (fancy)—Mrs. Llllte Slsk, Blylhevllle, 1; Mrs. Copeland, 2; Mrs. Burks. 3. Blouse—Mrs. McLerkln. 1: Laura Alice Hcmby. Blythevllle, 2; Mrs. Sylvester. 3. Ladles skirt—Mrs. McLerkln. 1. Any other—Mrs. Merrick, 1; Mrs. McLerkln, 2; Mrs. Ira Koonce, Rt. 2. Blvlheville. 3. Baby's set — Mrs. J. W. Whitworth. Blvthevllle, I. Baby's booties—Mrs. nurks. 1. Baby's crib cover Mrs. Graham Sudbury, Blytheville, 1. Flower Dept.— Mixed centerpieces —Mrs. Lee Stiles. Blytheville, 1; Mrs. W L Smith, Blytheville. 2; Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Blytheville, 3. VeRctable centerpiece — Mrs. B. A. Bugg, Blytheville, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. Smith, 3. Fmit centerpiece—Mrs. stiles 1- Mrs. Smith. 2. Novelty arrangements—Mrs. Cope- Innd, 1; Mrs, Smith, 2; Mrs. Don Wllhclm, Blythevilie, 3. Wild flower arrangement—Mrs. Smith, 1; Mrs. Stiles, 2; Mrs. M. 6. McCrae, Blytheville, 3. Winter bouquet—Mrs. Copeland, 1 ond 2; Mrs. Stiles, 3. Novelty arrangements—Mrs. Bugg, 1; Mrs. Smith, 2 and 3. Miniature, five Inches or under— Mrs. Smith, i; Davis Cobb, 2. Miniature, two inches or under— Mrs. Copeland, 1; Mrs. Byion M"ore Biythevllle, 2; Davis Cobb, 3. Judges were Mrs. Walter Arnold nnd Mrs. Godfrey of Jonesboro. Frost kills all varieties o! corn. Negro Dept 1 .— Home Demonstration — MUtida Holman, 1; Romeyer Ka. ley. 2; Lucille Tinman, 3; Ida Net- tervilie, 4. Honorable mention — Annie M. Blackburn, Rosle Bobo, Willie M. Broadwalcr, Rosle Hill. Magnolia Thompson. M. Cross. Annie M. Har- rlwn. Clara Parr, Rtizena Hannon. Jenlce Holiniin. Lottie Thomas. 4-H Club Girls — Lcnora Thomas, 1; Arvie L. Haley, 2; Ester L. Bror.dwatcr, 3: Lonnia M. Bono, 4. Honorable mention — Elizabeth Kinney, Alberta Garner. Dorl« Thomas. Mall Parr. Cordial Bobo LorothR Blackburn, Jessie Cros* Mary L. Echols. Agri Exhibits — V. D. Haley, 1; William McOan- Ipl. 2; Clem Alexander. 3; Alson Blackburn. 4. Honorable mention—Fay VanWinkle, JcIIeres Haley, E. Mathewa L. Nettervillc, Joe Campbell, John Brondwaier, Gartner Hill Jnire.i Banks, H. L. BolM, Jasper Holman. 4-H Club Boys Flnydell Haley, I; Russell Wiley, 2; Garland Bobo, 3; Edward Matthews, 4. Honorable mention — Eddl« o Howard. Russell Wore, Willie Harrison. W. L. Wilson, Curtis Grow, Carl D. Irving,.Minor Allen. The U. s. had 44,670.388 registered siltomoutlcs out of the world total of more than 62 million In 1W9 I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! Adi placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All claisified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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