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NortKwMt ArKantat TTMH, 10 · Wed., Sept. II, 1974 Plant, Flower Show Winners Are Listed An African Violet plant, exhi bited by Rick McCoy of Route 1," Fayolloville and a single marigold entered by Sue Grissom of Route 1, Springctale took the Best of Show .awards in the horticulture potted plant and flower sections at the Washington County Fair.- ;.J3olh exhibits are displayed in Thompson Hall and are part .of the Women's Division. Judges said moth sections , attracted more exhibitors this year. Other winners in the potted plant division are: African Violet: Rick McCoy, first; Alma Potts, Route 5, Fay- ·iieville, second; Sherry Thomss. Route 2, Prairie Grove, third. Begonia: Mrs.- Jewell Laster, Springdale, first;. Mrs. Kalher- i n c Hatfield. Fayeiteville. second; Alvin Reeves, Fayeite- ville, third. '.Ornamentals: Mrs. Eurie Raggett. Route 1, Springdale, first; Mrs. Chas. Salversson. Fayetteville, second; Ben Clark EJk'ins, second; Mrs. Jewell Thomas, Route -4, Fayetteville, third. ^Foliage plants: Mrs. Eurie Baggett, first; Mrs. George Gray Jr., Route 5, Fayetteville second; Mrs. Carol Reeves, Fayetteville, third. ;Cacti: John Bradley, Route 1 \Yinslow, first; Mrs. John Filz gerald, West Fork, second; Marcia Conley, Springdale, tS'ird. ^Terrarium: Aubrey Thompson, Route 6, Springdale, first; Susan Kell. Route 4. Fayclte- vjlle, second; Mrs. John Fitzgerald, third. jFern: Mrs. Carol Reeves, first; Thelma Whitmire, Route 2} Prairie Grove, second ;Mrs. Jewell Thomas, third. Succulents: Jennie Rutherford, Route 1. Farminglon, first; Erma Potts, Route 5, F,aycUeville, second; Alvin peeves, third. 'Flowering plants: Lillian N'ash, Route 2, Lincoln, first; Atvin Reeves, second; Mrs. Jewel Thomas, third. 'Coleus: Mrs. Dolores Cook, TTayetteville, first. "- FLOWER SECTION "Winners in the flower section of the horticulture exhibit are: ;Dahlia, large: Mrs. Vivian Jordan, Route 9, Fayetlcville, first; Suzy McCamey, Route 4, Springdale, second; Mrs. Dolores Cook, third. -Dahlia, small: Esther Harris, Route 2, Elkins, first; Geneva Nelson, Route 2, Fayeiteville, second: Mrs. Irene Ogden, Fayetteville, third. JChrysanthemums: Larry Car-: ter, Route I, Farmington, second; Mrs. J.R. Hatfield, Route 4, Fayetteville, third. 'Marigolds, large: Sue Canup, Route 1, Springdale, first; Miss Nina Ferguson, Route 1. Fayetteville, second; Mrs. Bascom White, Route 1, Springdale, third. Marigolds, single: S u e Grissom, first; Hazel Davis, Route 1, Springdale, third. iZinnias, large: Mrs. Dolson Lewis, Route 5, Fayelteville first; Mrs. Charley Bradley, Route 1, Winslow, second- Lillian Nash, third. 'Zinnias, small: Mrs. Chas. Salverson, first; Miss Nina Ferguson, second; Mrs. Irene Ogden, Fayetteville, second. ;Celosia, plume: Esther Harris, first. ; Celosia, crest: Geneva Nelson, first; Jean Chase, Winslow second; Garcia Sullins, Springdale, third. SZoses, floribundas: Mrs Leon Burdick, Route 4,. Springdale. first; Joyce Richards, Fayelle- Vjlle, second; LaLinda 'Gay, Route 2, Springdale, third. : ;Roses, tea: Margaret York, Fayetteville; first; Mrs. Bascom White, and Mrs. L. Burdick, second; Mrs. Edward Gay, Route 2, Springdale and Mr; Leon Burdick, Route 4 Springdale, third. .'Miscellaneous: Alma Potts, first; Sue Grissom, second. ·Judy Petty Reports Expenses ^LITTLE HOCK (API - con. gressional candidate Judy Petty of Little Rock reported Tues- ctey that she had collected $12,776 and spent $6,322 during her campaign. -Airs. Petty, a Republican, opposes Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D- Ark., who reported last week that he had spent $861 -- all his own money -- on his reelection campaign. iOf the total contributions to Mrs. Petty's campaign, $2,240 was in-kind donations. JThe Arkansas Political Action Committee, a political committee of the Arkansas Medical Society, was among the contributors. It gave $500. It also has rtade a contribution to · (he campaign of Rep. John Paul Hammerschmldt, R-Ark., who al opposed by Democrat Bill Canton of Fayetteville. Mrs. Petty's financial report was filed with Secretary of Sfiat* Kelly Bryant. ·Named Chairman 'ARKADELPHIA, Ark. CAP) -i Duke Wells has been named to a three-year term as chairman of the National Association o{ Intercollegiate Athletics (flAIA) District 17. ·Wells, athletic director at Henderson Slate College, was selected by the athletic direc- tcifs of the other NAIA schools iri, District 17, which covers Arkansas. LWclls held (he posilion of district chairman previously daring Ui* early 1960s. 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Pkg. 59 l STONEWARE HAND-PAINTED · OVEN-PROOF THIS WEEK'S FEATURE ITEM! COFFEE CUP C With Each $3 Purchase, L Toboccos. EACH START YOUR SET TODAY! Safeway Single Wrappftd S-O*. LOW, LOW PRICES EVERY DAY SCOPE MOUTHWASH TWs low Price Everyday at Yoor Safeway.' Pt. 8-te. DISCOUNT HOME NEEDS SPECIAL OFFER DAIRY-DELI FOOD VALUES iARG^EGGS ^eokf ojt G«m« tirade 'A' Egg^-Big Valdl ·····················JllHIHHIIMI Hand Lotion l Aid Buy 2 PAIRS ... GET 1 PAIR FREE! £l From Now untH Sept. !·* You '£ Can buy Two pairs of fine 7- quoiity Sorfeway Parity Hote X and get a third poir of the : . ^ .^^r-" 1 ^*^ ^ AsplrfnTaWets^pl.., J1 Cneese Spread uw t,' 79" ·S-99. BAKERY TREATS AT DISCOUNT IJ-Or.i »V B . Honey Buns^ CoffMCakes ·'^··69« ans Bush's Showboat, Packed in Rich Tomato Sauce! WERYDAY LOW PRICE! Toothpaste' \Kf~~5~ fZrf GET A IOAD OF THESE VALUES AT SAFEWAY ; ioofid«. ·ey Beaton Moo Glo Stafree Maxi-Pads Ourlowpfk * Why Pay More? Canned Biscuits Spaghetti Dinners Kraft -' ·. 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Northwwt Arkanscn TIMES, Wed., Sept. 1, 1 9 7 4 0 1 1 Livestock Auction Supply and price remained steady for catlle at the auctions held in Fayettoville and gpring- c'alo this past weekend. Esfei- mated receipts were 2,000 com- · pared to 1.951 last year ac- . cording to the Federal State Market News Service. Auction results were: SPR1NGDALE CATTLE: Estimated receipts . 1000; week ago 1067| year ago 1016. Slaughter cows steady to ' SI higher. Slaughter bulls ·: steady to strong. Feeder steers $.50 to $2. lower. Feeder heifera , generally steady. Supply largely Good and Choice 300-600 Ibs. Feeder steers, 25 per cent heifers, 15 per cent cows, one per cent bulls. ; SLAUGHTER COWS! Utility and Commercial -- $20.-24; High Dressing Utilities: $24.25,30; Cutter: S19.-21.; Canner S18.-I9. (Slaughter heifers - Ciood and Choice: 500-650 Ibs S30.-32.10: SLAUGHTER BULLS; Yield Grade 1-2, 1050-1565 ]bs. $30.7034,50. FEEDER STEERS: 250-500 Ibs. $30 .-34.25; 550-700 Ibs. S27.50-32.75; High Good and Choice: 300-600 Ibs. $27.-30.; 600700 Ibs. S25.-23.; Good: 300-550 Ibs. $23.27. Scattered sales of ' Holstein steers and bulls-Standard and Low Good: 270-930 Ibs. S21.-23. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice! 250-600 Ibs. $26.50-29.; High Good and Low Choice: 300-600 bs. $25.-27.; Good 300-600 Ibs. S23.25-.25. REPLACEMENT C O W S : Choice 3-6 year old cows 7001000 Ibs. $19.60-25.; Good $17,-22. COW AND CALF PAIRS! Choice 3-7 year old cows with 75-200 Ibs. calves at side: $285.347.50 per p a i r ; Good $220.-285. per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 175 head, including 13 sows, 7 boars; week ago 237| year ago 150. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and Gilts steady. BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2 200-240 Ibs. $3C.-36.50; Few US 1-2 350-450 Ibs. S29.-20.40. SOWS: US 1-3 300-500 Ibs. $28.29. BOARS: $18.-$21.10. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 S5-50 Ibs. S8.25-13. per head; 50-65 Ibs. S13.-16. per head; 80-110 Ibs. $22.23:10 per CWT. FAYETTEVILLE CATTLE: Estimated receipts 1000; week ago 740; year ago 935. Slaughter cows generally steady. Slaughter bulls, steady. Feeder' steers $.50-3. lower. Supply largely Good an dChoicet 300-600 Ib. Feeder Steers: 23 per cent heifers, 15 per cent cows; I per cent bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility ·and Commercial $20.24.; High Dressing Utilities: S24.-24.75; Cutter: 518.50-21.; Canner. $15.19.; Slaughter Heifers Good and Choice: 300-600 Ibs. $29.32.50. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2; 1100-1335 Ibs. $28.32.75. FEEDER STEERSi Choice 250-400 Ibs. S30.-35.25; 400-700 Ibs. $29.-33. Good and Choice! 250-600 Ibs. $27.-30.75; Good! 300-550 Ibs. $23.50-27. FEEDER HEIFERS; Choice! 50-300 Ibs. S29.-31.5fl; 300-600 Ibs. S22.-25. REPLACEMENT C O W S : Choice 36 year olds 650-950 Ibs, $23.-27.50; Good $17.-22. COW AND CALF PAIRS: Good 3-G year old cows with 75-200 Ib. calves at side: $235.254. per pair. HOGS: Estimated receipts 470, including 58 sows and .11 boars, week ago 336, year ago 189. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and Gilts $.50 lower. BARROWS AND GILTS: U8 1-2 200-235 Ibs. $35.50-36.; US 1-3 235-260 Ibs. $35.35.50. SOWS: US 12 250300 Ibs, $31'.-32.; 300-400 Ibs. $30.-31.I US 1-3 400-535 Ibs. S29.-30.; US 2-3 400-500 Ibs. $27.28. BOARS; S20.23.25. FEEDER PIGS: US 1-3 35-50 Ibs. 11.-15. per head; 50-70 Ibs. S32.-33. per CWT; 140-160 Ibs. $27.50-29. per CWT. Board Opposes Usury Amendment LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Th« Board of Directors of the Arkansas Education Association has adopted a resolution opposing a proposed amendment to remove Hie 10 per cent constitutional limit on interest rates in Arkansas. The AEA board said proposed Amendment 57 provided no protection against exorbitant Interest rates charged installment buyers and personal borrowers. The AEA said that rates inevitably would increase if the proposal were approved, adding to inflation in Arkansas. The board endorsed another proposed amendment which would remove the ceiling on salaries of the state's constitutional officers and state legislators. The board deferred to its Executive Committee a decision on whether to support a proposed amendment dealing with [he reorganization of county government. Of the proposed Amendment 57, the board said, "There is no possible way that the adoption of Amendment 57 can benefit anyone in the education profession whose livelihood is dependent upon a .salary paid from public f u n d s . On the contrary, al! will he adversely affected to some extent; those who have to borrow nr buy on installment will suffer even more.?

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