SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1922 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAUL'". JiLUViiJV* The Men at the Head of the Kansas State Fair The Board of State Fair Managers, and the Officials at Hend of the Various Departments of the State Fair This Year. • Today the gates open at tho Kansas Stale Fair, which someone lias tritely called "the state Institution of practical education." Twenty-two years ago tho people of this section began the building ol this great fair. "All the net proceeds of the fair •were expended to make the fair bigger and better as tho yoars wentfby," says A. IJ . Sponaler, veteran secretary of the; fair. "It's influence and reputa- ln the State Board of Agriculture which was authorized to select four of its members -whom, together with the Secretary of the State Horticultural Society should act as the Board of Managers. Under this control the Fair has continued to prosper and grow. The grounds comprise 110 acres, located in tne north part of tho city of Hutchinson. Since the state has owned these grounds they have increased much in value and, now, they, H. S. THOMPSON, Sylvia, President of State Fair, and Superitv tendent of the Speed Ring. Uor, spread far beyond the confines of : Kansas with tfio result that it grew to the proportions of a slate Institution. •«A Annually the people were better pleased because the fair was better than the Proceeding one. It was a clean, wholesome, educational and entertaining event that obviously aided building, O. F. Whitney, of Topeka. Superintendent of police, B. B. Frl- zell, of Lamed. Superintendent of Tent city, E. A. Miliaria. '. ' Superintendent of Industrial Arts building, Paul Klein, of lola. The Department Heads: Superintendents of the ^various departments of the fair are as follows: Cattle—E. b. Barrier, Eureka, superintendent; F. H. Manning, Council Grove and John H. Tharp, Hutchinson, H. W. AVERY, Wakefield, Member of State Fair Board, and Superintendent of Gates. L. SPONSLER, i Hutchinson, Secretary of the State Fair. together with the improvements are valued conservatively at $325,000." The State Fair Board. The-board of state fair managers, which has charge of tho big fair is composed of the following men: Henry S. Thompson, of Sylvia, president; E. E. Frizell, of Lurried, vice president; A. L. Sponsler, of Hutchinson', secretary; Dr. O. O. Wolf, of Ottawa, treasurer; H. W. Avery, of assistants; R. B. Becker, Manhattan manager dairy cattle division. Horses—F. W.. Bell, Manhattan, Superintendent. Sheep—Earl Bushnell, Coffeyville, superintendent. Swine—W. J. Young, McPherson, superintendent. Poultry—F, B. Patten, Hutchinson, superintendent. ^lechanlcal Arts—Fred Taylor, Ly- E. FRIZELL, * Lamed, jl Vice President of State Fair, and Suf, perintendent of Police. in the material and social development of the state. Valued at $325,000. "Nine yoars ago tho legislature of Kansas passed the State Fair Act which established the State Fair and placed its management and control O. O. WOLF, Ottawa, Member of State Fair Board and Su• perintendent of Admissions. Wakefield, and O. F. Whitney, of/ Topeka. The general officers of the fair are: General superintendent of grounds, J. Ii. Tulbott, Hutchinson. Superintendent of admissions, O. O. Wolf, Ottawa; I. E. Davis, assistant. Superintendent of gates, H. W. Avery, Wakefield. Superintendent of concessions, E. Hutton. ' Superintendent of Agricultural Plants and flowers—W. H. Culp, of Wichita, superintendent; Ralph Souder and Mrs. Pet Nation, of Hutchinson, assistants. Boys and Girls club work—Prof. R. W. Morrish, of Manhattan, superintendent. Better Babies department—Dr. Louise F. Richmond, supt.; Dr. O. A. Bias- dell, assistant. Fine Arts department—Mrs. Elmer E. Bloom, supt. Clothing and textiles—Mrs. Geo. S. Bentley, supt.; Mies May Harsha, Mrs. T. Roy Campbell, Mrs. Carl Hippie, Mrs. John E. Hostutlor, assistants. Stylo. Show—Miss Louise P. Glanton, Manhattan, supt. Pet Stock show—W. M. Bimta, of Hutchinson, supt. Speed Ring—H. S. Thompson, of Sylvia, supt.; W. H. -S. Benedict, Hutchinson, assistant; D. J, Fair, Sterling, supt. automobile racing. The Fair Committees. The State Fair committees, handling the varlouB Idetails of the management of the local affairs connected with the big fair are as follows: Local Executive committee: C, O. Hitchcock, chairman; F. E. Fcarl, Emerson Carey, Lincoln S. Davis, O. F Wright'. Entertainment committee: On be half of state fair board, H. S. Thompson, Sylvia, W. J. Tod, Maple Hill, E B. Frizell, Lamed, H. G. Kyle. AM nene. On behalf of the Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce, WJ11 S. Thompson, W. Y. Morgap, V. M. Wiley and Ohester Leasure. Decorations: Joe Rauli, Chm., F. C. Phllbrlck. Attractions: George Hippie, Chm., James A. Davis, George Hausam. Publicity: Walter Boehm, Chm., R. G. Streeter. Legislation: Emerson Carey, Chm., Can- W. Taylor, F. L. Martin. Finance: V. M. Wiley, Chm., Charles Pells, W. H. Schrader. Organization: J. E. Conklin, Chm., John Starr. " Special Prizes: Cloyd Bailer, Chra., F. H. Cost, Phil Baddeley. Farm Exhibits: Lincoln S. Davis, Chm., E. W. -McNaghten, D. F. Coe. Manufacturers and Merchants: p. F. Wright, Chm., J. Lee Dick, J. P. O'Sul- llvan. DODGE BROTHERS ADD BODY PLANT $1,500,000 Construction Propect Necessary as Demand for Cars Grows. Detroit, Sept. 16—Following recent completion of a vast construction program costing $8,000,000, Dodge Brothers, Detroit, have broken ground for (mother huge 8-story building requiring an additional investment of $1,600,000. In this new unit 440,000 ft. of floor space will be provided. It will be devoted largely to closed body work. The new principle of all-steel closed body construction devoloped by Dodge Brothers has generated a rapidly-growing demand for this type of body. The new plant will provide mucb-needed space for assembly, enameling and storage of the all-steel closed bodies. Many larsre presses and enormous electrically heated enameling ovens will bo Installed, and warehousing space will be provided. / The announcement of proposed Increase of manufacturing facilities comes as a welcome one In. Dodge Brothers dealers throu^hf'tr the country, as the demand for cars has been tar in advance of present prouii'-tion. Tho new construction project, on completion, will Increase Dodge Brothers floor space to a total of 130 acres, lind will give employment In hundreds of additional workmen. Pa of His Country. A sightseeing visitor, .touring thn City of Wiishtngton, D. C, was belnc towed about by a native. They were standing on Pennsylvania avenuo awaltim; n car. The abbreviation "Pu ave." was on the lampposts. Allied the strangor. "Why do you WashlngtonlanB name your finest avenue 'l'a avenue'? Such a queer name!" Answered the native dryly. "Because. Washington was the l'a of his country."—Dinner Stories. Perseverance counts almost as much • s brains.— Atchison Globe. O; F. WHITNEY, • Topeka, Member of Stall? Fair Board, and ' General Superintendent of Farm Products. ons, superintendent; E. I. Burton, Coffeyville and J. M. Shopard, Hutchinson, assistants. Farm Products—O. F. Whitney, Topeka, superintendent; H. Willis Smith, Kismet, superintendent of sorghum specials. Agriculture—H. W. Unman, of Peabody, superintendent. Horticulture—Chas. A. Wells, of Lecompton, superintendent. Apiary—O. F. Whitney, Topeka, superintendent. Domestic science—Mrs. W. H, Kelsey,/of Hutchinson, superintendent. PARADE OF STYLES AT FAIR EACH EVENING Added Showing- 1 of Modern and Ancjent Gowns Will Follow the Band Concert. One of the pleasant features of the Kansas State Fair next wuels, one which will be especially attractive to the thousands of Kansas women who visit the fair will be the display of stylos on live models. This style show will be given daily In the bulldinR on the ground but as a last minute addition to the night program it has boen decided to have a parade of the living models-.beforo the grand stand each evening starting Tuesday. An especial, removable stage has been prepared for use on the tr.-.ck before tho-grand stand and immc'lately following the band concert nine young women, most of them professionals, will exhibit the latest fancies of milady. In addition to the 1922 styles, C. G. Rumpel, chairman of the fashion show committee has arranged an interesting glimpse Into bygone days through an especial arrangement with Alexander Leftwick, New York theatrical nnd fashion producer. Gowns depleting styles In the thirteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth .centuries will be exhibited la the evening style show. "The'best seller" probably isn't the best rocommendation for the book.— Atchison Globe. ON DISPLAY AT OUR SALESROOM ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF - ' " N , FIRST AVENUE AND WASHINGTON STREET fc The Newest Models OF H MOTOR CARS WELCO TO HUTCHINSON AND THE Kansas State Fai AND WHILE YOU ARE HERE BE SURE TO SEE THE NEW BUICK , THE 1923 BUICK FOUR TOURING SEDAN We are now showing one of Buick's 1923 Sensations in the Four Cylinder Touring Sedan. Dark Maroon in color, long and low in appearance, this car affords perfect riding ease for 5 passengers. Has a genuine Fisher body, stamped on the front, cord tires and the powerful Buick Four motor that has gained so much renown in less than 2 years. On the baek is a large luggage trunk, made with the car, which will carry a large suit case or other luggage so that the passenger need not be inconvenienced. 14 NEW MODELS IN SIXES AND FOURS^ OUR NEW HOME Better Buick Service With the moving into our new home we have a shop and parts room that will enable us to render even better service on Buicks, no matter what make or model. Our shop, on the ground floor, well lighted with windows and sky lights has two large driveways so that it is easy to get to. Our road wagon is always ready and when you are after the kind of Buick service that the Buick Motor Company intended for you to have—call -us. We are now located in our new home and while the finishers and decorators have not quite completed their work we are in a position to show you a model automobile salesroom and service room. We have a large, spacious salesroom with comfortable chairs which you are welcome to use any time. Visit us during the State Fair and see this place and let us make you comfortable. No matter if you are a Buick driver or not—come and see us. We Welcome You All State Fair Week Hereford Motors "ONE OF-A THOUSAND" , L iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiM 33 BUICKS SOLD SINCE AUGUST 5 ALL IN RENO COUNTY RENO BUICK first West HI HEAPS Phone 3580 When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Bu- cl Them.
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