Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on July 30, 1965 · Page 2
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Greensburg, Indiana
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Friday, July 30, 1965
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PAGE 10 Fair Will Provide Arena For Homemakers to Match Skills Creensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Friday, July 30.1965 BaiTOW SllOW, Sale 4-H Livestock Safe Decatur County homemakers again this year will have an opportunity to match their skills at the Decatur County 4-H and Agricultural Fair. There are 17 different categories in which entries may be submitted for a share of the cash awards and ribbons to be presented. All entries will be on display in the headquarters building. A feature of the open class women's program will be a style show to be staged in the Farm Bureau tent Thursday evening immediately following the talent show. Those interested in participating in the Thursday evening show must register at the main office or contact a member of the committee by 3 p. m. Thursday. Members of the committee are Mrs. Robert Friedersdorf, Mrs. Norman Comer and Mrs. Leonard Holtkamp. The classes, with premiums, follows: Children's Garments — First, $2; second, $1.50 and third, ?1. Teen-Age Styles — First, $2; second, $1.50; and third, $1. Cotton Casuals — First, $2; second, $1.50; and third, $1. Family Outfit — First, $3; second, $2; and third, $1. Daytime Dress — First, $3; second, $2; and third, $1. Suit or Costume (two or three pieees) — First, $3; second, $2; and third, $1. After Five (short or long) — First, $3; second, $2; and third, $1- Knitted or crocheted garments may be included in any class. Each exhibitor must include the kind of fabric; cost of garment, including trimming and fabric; and write a description of the costume. Dresses must be made and modeled by the owner, except child's costumes, which may be made by an adult. All garments showli in a group must be made by the same person. The premiums will be'paid following the contest and two models will be chosen to represent Decatur County in the State Fair style show. Home EC. Exhibit Open class nome economics exhibits, which will be on display in the headquarters building, are due at the fairgrounds as follows: Craft show, sewing show, canned foods, knitting, crewell embroidery, Christmas decorations, wool needlework, crochet entries, embroidery, nature craft, refinishing furniture, quilts and creative activities for be paid in the following classes: I flower show. Classes in Division r . _ _ .. « . T __ n . A •w*»»i»irfQTV»ariT' n¥ rtl nAiftil Arrangement of plastic flowers; other articles made of plastic; woodcraft — with or without design; ceramic and plaster articles; doll clothes (one outfit); and other crafts, including any article such as mosiac and smocking. Sewing Show The classes are: Adult garment, children's garment and apron. Premiums for the adult garment and children's garment are: First, $2; second, $1.50; and third, $1. For the apron class the premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Canned Foods Show Classes are: One jar fruit; one jar vegetables; one jar of pickles and one jar of preserves. The premiums for each class are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Knitting Show The four classes are: Adult, women's sweater, man's sweater or coats and dresses; children's garment; baby garment; and fashion accessory. Premiums -j. IdOlllUli «v-*-v^u.jw*. j . -- — ™. bonus years, from 12 noon until gre . First $3. Sec0 nd, $2; and 1:30 p. m. Monday, Aug. 2; flower show entries, 12 noon to 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, Aug. 3; and baking show entries, pie show entries and candy show entries are due from 12 noon until 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, Aug. 4. The premiums, by classes, follows : Craft Show Premiums of $2 for first. $1.50 for second and $1 for third will A MESSAGE FROM BATTERTON'S Mr. Farmer YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT Decatur County's Largest L HEALTH CENTER FEATURING ^INSTRUMENTS, MEDICINES, AND PARTS. HERE IS A PARTIAL LISTING OF OUR STOCK: FOR FAIR EXHIBITORS RICE ROOT BRUSHES $1.25, $2.50 BUMBLE BEE BRUSH $1.30 CURRY COMB .95 SCOTCH CURLING COMB $1.50 SHOW STICKS $1-00 CAN ES $ 1-00 OBSTETRICAL CHAIN, 60" $1.80 AUTOMATIC SYRINGE FILLER . $3.90 JAW SPREADER -6° SCISSOR FORCEPS $1-00 BALLING GUN $1-80 ELASTRATOR & DEHORNER $12.50 AUTOMATIC HOG RINGER $4.50 CALF WEANING RING -60 BULL LEAD WITH SPRING .80 AUTOMATIC LOCK BULL RING $1.10 BULL LEAD $1-75 HONDA $!- 45 BABY PIG EAR NOTCHER $3.00 TROCAR & CANULA $1.40 TATTOO OUTFIT, complete $7.95 BEAVER BLADES, six in package .75 SINGLE BLADE KNIFE $1.00 TOE NAIL NIPPER - $1.45 HOT SHOT PROD, 5 cell $8.45 DOSE SYRINGE $2.30 HOG SNARE $4.90 FEVER THERMOMETER $1.40 HYPO SYRINE, lOcc $2.30 NECK CHAINS .70 WOOD HANDLE DEHORNER $2.75 VACCINES — MEDICINES — SERUMS BATTERTON'S WEST SIDE DRUG STORE third, $1. Crewell Embroidery Classes are: Pillow or other article. The premiums are: First, $2; second, $1.50; and third. $1. Wool Needlework Show A "best of fair" trophy will be presented to the outstanding exhibit in the wool needlework show. The classes are: Knitted or crocheted wool afghans; knitted or crocheted wool sweater; and knitted or crocheted wool three-piece baby set. All entries must have been made from 100 per cent wool or mohair, must have label from yarn attached and must have been completed since Jan. 1, 1965. The premiums are: First, $3; second, $2; and third, ?1. Christmas Decorations Any article may be exhibited. The premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Baking Show Classes are: Fancy yeast bread; fancy cookies (6); and one loaf of yeast bread (other than-white). Premiums for the baking show are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Crochet Show Classes are: Edging or insertion on any article; doily; and other article. Premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Embroidery Show The two classes in the embroidery show are: Pillow case; and other article. Premiums are: First,, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Pie Show Classes are: Berry pie; and other fruit pie. The premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Nature Craft Show Classes are: Any table arrangement; wall plaque; and children's arrangement or plaque. The premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Candy Show Classes are: One pound of fudge; one pound of caramels; and one pound of peanut brittle. The premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Refinishing Furniture i Any article, such as a straight chair or an end table, may be entered. The premiums are: First, $3; second, $2; and third $1. Quilts The classes for quilt entries are: Pieced; and applique. The premiums are: First, $2; second, $2; and third, $1. Flower Show There are two divisions in the I are: Arrangement of gladioli, not more than seven stems; arrangement of zinnia (a) large, (b) small; arrangement of mixed flowers; dinner table centerpiece; arrangement by men; church arrangement; arrangement of roses. Classes in Division II, which is open to only boys and girls under 16 years of age, are: Arrangement of mixed garden flowers; table centerpiece; and bouquet of zinnias. The premiums are: First, $1.50; second, $1; and third, 75 cents. Creative Activities for Bonus Years This event is open to those persons 65 years of age and over. There are two classes: Creative activities of persons 65 years of age and over; and oldster's bonus — each of the three oldest persons entering exhibits who have not • perviously received a cash premium, will receive a $1 cash bonus. Additional recognition will be in the form of "award of merit" ribbons to the 'exhibitors of those articles of special merit, but do not qualify for a cash award. At Rushville Aug. 23 The Southeastern Indiana District 4-H Barrow Show and Sale will be held at Rushville Monday, Aug. 23. Any club member exhibiting a barrow in the 4-H class at the Decatur County fair is eligible to participate in the show and sale, it was announced. Ribbons and trophies will be awarded to winners in the show. The barrows will be sold at auction at 8 p. m. Aug. 23. Tickets (Continued from Page Nine) Pellet and Grain Company; Standard Fod Store; Schroeder's Standard Service Station; Evans Dairy Store; and Eddie's Market. Westport — Westport Meat Market; Mobile Gas Station; and Anderson's General Store. Newburg — Busse's. N-ew Point— Metz's General Store. St. Paul — Nail & Company. Burney — P a v y Grocery Store; and Giles Grocery Store. St. Maurice — Wallpe's General Store. Clarksburg — Miller's General Store; and the Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op. Adams — Max's Market. Letts — Brown's Grocery and Service; Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op; and Pohlman's Hardware. Millhousen Stone's. Is New Fair Feature A new feature of this year's county fan- will be a 4-H livestock sale scheduled for 7 p. m. Friday, Aug. 6. -This sale is arranged primarily for calves secured by 4-H members through the group- purchase plan. It has been recommended by the committee in charge that all group purchase calves, including the grand champion of this group, be sold at this sale. Any home-purchased calves, except the grand champion and the reserve grand champion of the home-purchased group, may be sold. Prospective buyers, local and from throughout the state, have been invited to attend the sale. The calf becomes the property of the buyer immeidately after it goes through the sale ring and is weighed. All feed and water must be removed by 3 p. m. Aug. 6 from the pen of a calf to be sold. The committee has askad that all calves be entered for the sale by noon Aug. 5. Serving ss co-chairmen of the committee in cahrge are John Milton Evans and Paul Richards. Ira Miller is secretary- treasurer and Lewis Beesley will be the auctioneer. Batterton $ Commercial Exhibit AT THE Decatur County Fair AUGUST 2-7 BATTERTON'S WEST SIDE SQUARE TRUST COMPANY Decatur County FAIR PLAN TO ATTEND THIS BIG SIX-DAY EVENT! Fair Parade (Continued from Page Nine) non-competitive entries in the parade. View Both Sides All floats will be viewed from both sides and will be judged on originality, attractiveness and educational value. The sweepstakes award will be presented to the entry best portraying the theme of the parade. Assistant parade chairman is Ronnie Martin. Other members of the parade committee are Eric Behrman, David Brewer, Paula Ernstes and Sharon Valentic. Grain elevators of the county helping to finance the parade awards are: Nading Grain & Supply Company at Greensburg, St. Paul and Adams; Decatur County Farm Bureau Co-op at Greensburg, Clarksburg and Letts; Burney Grain & Coal Company; Sandusky Grain & Coal Company; Sardinia Feed and Grain Company; Mac's Feed Mill; Greensburg Milling, Inc.; the Kramer Mill; Lowe's Pellets and Grain, Inc.; and the West- jport-Goodrich Elevator. ulations and Girls IN- ACCORDANCE WITH OUR ANNUAL CUSTOM, WE ARE AGAIN PRESENTING FREE TEE SHIRTS TO MEMBERS OF DECATUR COUNTY 4-H CLUBS (First Three Years) .These shirts are given in appreciation of the fine work a'one by the hundreds of boys and girls in the 4-H program We Also Take Pleasure In Presenting Our Annual AWARDS Again this year we are awarding free trips fo some point of interest to the six senior boys and six girls who have the most out- standing records in 4-H. -— Located On The Northwest Corner Of The Square. New, And Truly Modern In Design As Well As Al Services! OUR MOTOR BANK — Both Drive-In And Walk-In Service Are So Convenient At Our Motor Bank, Just Off The Square. — Designed And Located To Give You Better And Quicker Service. For your full service banking needs, Union Bank and Trust Company is the place to come. See us real soon!! Picrured above is the beautiful Drive-In Bank located in the spacious Greensburg Plaza Shopping Center North of Greensburg. Union Bank & Trust Co GREENSBURG PLAZA, GREENSBURG, CLARKSBURG, WESTPORT —AND Union Trust Insurance Agency, Inc., Union Bank and Trust Company Bldg.

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