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PAGE SIX
The following premium win
ners at Bluffton’s annual Winter
fair were announced this week
by Harry F. Barnes, secretary
of the fair board.
HORSES
Purebred Belgians
Stallion, four and over, 1st, Joe
Powell. Stud colt, 1st, Joe Powell.
Champion stallion, Joe Powell. Mare,
four and over, 1st, Joe Powell 2nd,
E. Y. Frantz and Sons. Mare, three
and under four, 1st, Joe Powell.
Mare, two and under three, 1st, Joe
Powell. Champion Mare, Joe Powell.
Grade Draft
Gelding, four and over, 1st, E. Y.
Frantz and Sons. Gelding, one and
under two, 1st, Harvey Burkholder.
Horse colt, 1st and 2nd, Ray Marsh
all. Champion Gelding, Frantz and
Sons. Mare, four and over, 1st,, 0.
C. Burkholder and Sons 2nd, Earl
Crawfis. Mare, three and under
four, 1st, Frantz and Sons. Mare,
two and under three, 1st, Ray Marsh
all 2nd, Frantz and Sons. Mare,
one and under two, 1st, Frantz and
Sons, 2nd, Harvey Burkholder.
Champion mare, Ray Marshall.
Mules
Mule, two and under three, 1st,
Harley Marquart. Mule, one and
under two, 1st, E. R. Kiracofe 2nd,
Kent Burkholder. Mule colt, 1st,
Harley Marquart 2nd, E. R. Kira
cofe. Champion mule, E. R. Kira
cofe.
SWEEPSTAKES
Prize Winners At Bluffton’s Annual
Winter Fair Exhibits And Displays
Get of Sire, 1st, Joe Powell 2nd,
Frantz and Sons. Produce of Pure
bred* Dam, 1st and 2nd, Joe Powell.
Produce of Grade Dam, 1st, Frantz
and Sons 2nd, Ray Marshall.
Draft team in harness, 1st, Joe
Powell 2nd, Frantz and Sons.
CATTLE
Shorthorn
Cow, three and over, 1st, Wesley
Sommers. Cow, two and under three,
1st, Harry Burkholder. Heifer, one
and under two, 1st, Harry Burk
holder. Heifer calf, 1st, Harry
Burkholder 2nd, Leroy Lugibill.
Champion cow, Harry Burkholder.
Hereford
Bull, one and under two, 1st Bull
calf, 1st and 2nd Champion Bull,
Cow, three and over, 1st and 2nd
Cow, two and under three, 1st. Heif
er calf, 1st and 2nd Champion cow
and Exhibitors herd all won by E.
Y. Frantz and Sons.
Aberdeen Angus
Heifer, one and under two, 1st
and Champion cow', Joe Powell.
Jerseys
Bull calf, 1st and champion bull
cow, three and over, 1st and 2nd
Champion cow, all w’on by James
Stratton. Heifer, one and under
tw’o, 1st, Edgar Huber.
Guernseys
Cow', three and over, 1st, Ellis
■g
Hauenstein 2nd, Joe Powell. Cow,
two and under three, 1st, Heifer,
one and under tw’o, 1st Heifer calf,
1st. Champion cow’, Joe Powell.
Brown Swiss
Bull, tw’o and under three, 1st
Alfred Criblez and Sons. Bull calf,
1st, Criblez and Sons 2nd, O. C.
Burkholder and Sons. Champion
bull, Criblez and Sons. Cow, three
and over, 1st Heifer, and one un
der two, 1st Heifer calf, 1st and
2nd, Exhibitors herd and champion
cow' all won by Alfred Criblez and
Sons.
Sweepstakes
Beef, Get of Sire, 1st and 2nd
Beef, Produce of Dam, 1st Beef
calf herd, 1st, Frantz and Sons.
Dairy, Get of Sire, 1st, Criblez and
Sons Dairy Produce of Dam, 1st,
Criblez and Sons 2nd, Joe Powell.
Dairy calf herd, 1st, Criblez and
Sons.
HOGS
Duroc Jersey
Boar, 6 mos. and under 1 year,
and Champion boar, 1st, O. C. Burk
holder and Sons. Sow', tw'o and
over, 1st, O. C. Burkholder and Sons.
Sow', one and under two, 1st and
2nd, Ellis Hauenstein. Sow, six
months and under one year, 1st and
3rd, O. C. Burkholder and Sons
2nd, Evan Burkholder. Champion
sow, Ellis Hauenstein. Exhibitor’s
Herd, O. C. Burkholder and Sons.
Poland China
Boar, two and over, 1st boar,
one and under two, 1st boar, 6
months and under one, 1st boar, un
der 6 months, 1st and 2nd Cham
pion boar sow, two and over, 1st
and 2nd sow, one and under tw’o,
1st and 2nd sow, 6 mos. and under
one, 1st and 2nd sow, under 6 mos.,
1st and 2nd. Exhibitor’s herd and
champion sow all w’on by Ben Am
stutz.
Spotted Poland China
Boar, two and over, 1st, Joe
Powell. Boar, under 6 mos., 1st and
2nd champion boar, Carl McCaf
ferty. Sow', two and over, 1st,
James Reichenbach 2nd, Carl Mc
Cafferty. Sow', one and under tw’o,
1st, Joe Pow’ell 2nd, Carl McCaffer
ty. Sow, 6 mos, and under one, 1st,
Joe Powell sow, under 6 mos., 1st
and 3rd, Carl McCafferty 2nd, Joe
Powell. Champion sow, James Reich
enbach. Exhibitor’s herd, 1st, Joe
Powell 2nd, Carl McCafferty.
Chester Whites
Boar, 6 mos. and under one, 1st
and champion boar, Ralph Burkhold
er.
Hampshire
Sow, one and under two, 1st and
champion sow, Edgar Huber.
Berkshire
Boar, two and over, 1st, Heldman
Bros. Boar, one and under two, 1st,
Heldman Bros. 2nd, John Dunbar.
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cost, freedom from wear.
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WEST OHIO Gas 0
Boar, 6 mos. and under one, 1st,
C. H. Peters 2nd, Weldon Deppler
3rd, Harry Anderson. Boar, under
6 mos., 1st, C. H. Peters. Champion
boar, Heldman Bros. Sow’, two and
over, 1st, Heldman Bros. 2nd, C. H.
Peters. Sow’, one and under two,
1st, C. H. Peters 2nd, John Dun
bar 3rd, Heldman Bros. Sow, 6
mos. and under one, 1st, David An
derson 2nd, C. H. Peters 3rd,
Heldman Bros. Sow, under 6 mos.,
1st and 3rd, C. H. Peters 2nd, John
Dunbar. Champion sow’, C. H. Pet
ers. Exhibitors’ herd, 1st, C. H.
Peters 2nd, Heldman Bros.
Sweepstakes
Get of Sire, 1st, C. H. Peters
2nd, Ben Amstutz. Produce of Dam,
1st, C. H. Peters 2nd, Ben Amstutz.
Market Hogs
Pen of market hogs, 1st, Weldon
Deppler.
SHEEP
Oxfords
Ram, two and over, 1st, Harold
Carr. Ram lamb, 1st and 2nd,
Harold Carr 3rd, Billy Augsburger.
Champion ram, Harold Carr. Ewe,
two and over, 1st and 2nd, Harold
Carr 3rd, Billy Augsburger. Ewe,
one and under two, 1st and 2nd,
Harold Carr 3rd, Darrel Carr.
Ewe lamb, 1st and 3rd, Harold
Carr 2nd, Darrel Carr. Champion
ew-e and exhibitor’s herd, Harold
Carr.
Shropshire
Ram, one and under two, 1st
ram lamb, 1st champion ram ewe,
two and over, 1st and 2nd Ewe,
one and under tw’o, 1st and 2nd
ewe lamb, 1st and 2nd. Champion
ewe and exhibitor’s herd all won by
Weldon Deppler.
Dorset
Ram, two and over, 1st ram
lamb, 1st and 2nd champion ram
ewe, tw’o and over, 1st and 2nd ewe,
one and under two, 1st ewe lamb,
1st and 2nd champion ew’e and ex
hibitor’s herd all won by Earl Rup
right
A Type Merino
Ram, two and over, 1st and 2nd
ram, one and under two, 1st and
2nd ram lamb, 1st and 2nd cham
pion ram ewre, two and over, 1st and
2nd ewe, one and under two, 1st
and 2nd ewe lamb, 1st and 2nd
champion ewe and exhibitor’s herd
all won by Kohli Bros.
B.
“NOW, MORE THAN
EVER, IT’S WISE
TO CHOOSE THE
and
ATOR!”
Type Merino
Ram, two and over, 1st and 2nd
ram, one and under two, 1st and
2nd ram lamb, 1st and 2nd cham
pion ram ewe, tw’o and over, 1st
and 2nd ewe, one and under two,
1st and 2nd ewe lamb, 1st and 2nd
champion ewe and exhibitor’s herd,
all won by Kohli Bros.
Market Lambs
Pen of three, 1st, Harold Carr
2nd, Earl Rupright.
POULTRY
English White Leghorns
Cock, 1st, Roy Clements. Cockerel,
1st, Kenneth Winkler 2nd, Roy Cle
ments 3rd, Edgar Huber. Hen, 1st,
Dale Huber 2nd, Kenneth Winkler
3rd, Roy Clements. Pullet, 1st, Roy
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
MOVIE STAR JOINS U.S. NAVY
Ernign Wayne Morris Seeks Wings
Wayne Morris, recent star of “I
Wanted Wings,” became a member of
Unde Sam’s Navy in May, 1941,
when he was appointed to the rank
of Ensign.
When asked what he thought of
the United States Navy, Morris said,
“I think every man who is consider
ing joining a military service should
look into the ‘chance of a lifetime’
which theNavy and Naval Reserve of
fer to get into the big-pay field of the
future—aviation. In the Navy you
can attend the finest flight training
schools in the world, and receive in-
Clements 2nd and 3rd, Kenneth
Winkler. Pen, 1st, Kenneth Wink
ler.
American 'White Leghorn
Cock, 1st and 2nd cockerel, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet,
1st and 2nd pen, all won by C. H.
Peters
Brown Leghorns
Cock, 1st and 2nd cockerel, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet,
1st and 2nd pen, all won by C. H.
Peters.
Barrel Rocks
1st, Wayne Badertscher
H. Peters. Cockerel, 1st, C.
Cock,
2nd, C. ______ ____
H. Peters 2nd, Edgar Huber 3rd,
James Reichenbach. Hen, 1st and
2nd, C. H. Peters 3rd, James Reich
enbach. Pullet, 1st, C. H. Peters
2nd, James Reichenbach 3rd, Ken
neth Reichenbach. Pen, 1st, C. H.
Peters 2nd, James Reichenbach.
White Rocks
Cock, 1st, Wesley Sommers 2nd,
C. H. Peters. Cockerel, 1st, C. H.
Peters 2nd, Roy Clements. Hen,
1st, C. H. Peters, 2nd, Wesley Som
mers. Pullet, 1st and 2nd, Wesley
Sommers 3rd, C. H. Peters. Pen,
1st, Wesley Sommers 2nd, C. H.
Peters.
Buff Rocks
Cock, 1st and 2nd cockerel, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet,
1st and 2nd pen, all won by C. H.
Peters.
Rhode Island Reds
Cock, 1st, C. H. Peters. Cockerel,
1st, Paul Reichenbach 2nd and 3rd,
C. H. Peters. Hen, 1st pullet, 1st
and 2nd, C. H. Peters 3rd, Paul
Reichenbach. Pen, C. H. Peters.
White Wyandottes
Cock, 1st, C. H. Peters 2nd, Ev
erard Bish. Cockerel, 1st, C. H.
Peters 2nd, E. Bish. Hen, 1st and
2nd, E. Bish pullet, 1st, C. H.
ers 2nd and 3rd, E. Bish.
1st and 2nd., E. Bish.
Silver Laced Wyandottes
Cock, 1st cockerel, 1st
hen, 1st and 2nd. pullet,
C. H. Peters.
struction from Navy pilots who intro
duced dive bombing, aircraft carriess
and catapult take-offs to the rest of
the world. Also, there are opportuni
ties in Naval Aviation for men who
don’twantto fly. They can be trained
as aviation machinists, metalsmiths,
photographers, observers, or they can
receive instruction in many other
trades. It’s a great life in the Navy.”
Ensign Wayne Morris is pictured
here in his line of duty as a member
of the Naval Aviation Cadet Selec
tion Board at the Long Beach Naval
Reserve Air Base.
Pet
Pen,
and
1st
2nd
pen,
Buff Orpington
and
Cock, 1st, cockerel, 1st
hen, 1st and 2nd pullet, 1st
2nd pen, C. H. Peters.
2nd
and
White Orpington
Cockerel, 1st hen, 1st
1st, C. H. Peters.
Jersey Black Giants
pullet,
Cockerel, 1st hen, 1st pullet, 1st
and 2nd pen, C. H. Peters.
Light Brahmas
Cock, 1st and 2nd cockerel, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd, pullet,
1st and 2nd pen, C. H. Peters.
Ancona
Cock, 1st and 2nd cockerel, 1st
and 2nd hen, 1st and 2nd pullet,
1st and 2nd pen, C. H. Peters.
inorcas
Cockerel, 1st hen, 1st pullet, 1st,
C. H. Peters.
Sweepstakes
Wesley Sommers,
and champion pen,
Champion male,
Champion female
C. H. Peters.
Turkeys, Geese,
Ducks, Bantams
and 2nd, James
Robert Stratton.
Turkeys, 1st
Stratton 3rd,
Geese, 1st and 2nd, C. H. Peters
3rd Alan Burkholder. Ducks, 1st
and 2nd, C. H. Peters. Bantams,
1st Roy Clements 2nd and 3rd, C.
H. Peters.
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
Corn
Open pollinated, 1st, D. P. Diller
2nd, David Amstutz 3rd, Stanley
Bixel. Pop corn, 1st and 2nd, David
Vandemark 3rd, Roy Clements.
Early Hybrid, 1st and 2nd, Lehr J.
Reese 3rd, David Vandemark. Me
dium hybrid, 1st and 2nd, Ezra Ben
der 3rd, Lehr J. Reese. Late hy
brid, 1st and 3rd, P. J. Reese 2nd,
For Vigor and Health—
include meat in your menu.
Always ready to serve you.
Bigler Bros.
Fresh and Salt Meats
L. J. Reese. Single 1st and hair j.Vn*.
David Amstutz 3rd, Sylvan Burk-I
holder. Shelled corn, 1st, Jessel
Thompson 2nd, D. P. Diller 3rd,I
L. J. Reese. Champion corn, Ezra!
Bender.
fI
Grain
and
Seeds
Potatoes
Early Ohio, 1st and 2nd, Evan
Burkholder 3rd, David Vandemark.
Irish Cobbler, 1st, David Amstutz
2nd, David Vandemark. Chippewa,
1st, David Vandemark 2nd, Weldon
Deppler. Kathadin, 1st, David Van
demark 2nd, Weldon Deppler. Sweet|
potatoes, 1st, Mrs. Fame Fett
Harriet Fett. Yanis, 1st, Roy
ments.
Vegetables
Wheat, 1st, E. H. Niswander 2nd,
Quinten Burkholder. Barley, 1st,,
Quinten Burkholder. Oats, Ist^ Quin
ten Burkholder 2nd, E.
Timothy, 1st and 2nd, Q. Burkhold
er 3rd, Harold Carr. Red Clover,
1st, Harold Carr 2nd, Edgar Huber
3rd, Wesley Sommers. Alfalfa,
1st,I|
Rekhenbach^Sd^WeMoA DepplenI tffUh'gnd^Mrs^Florence Lora'I
Swe't '‘-er 1st Wesley Sommers. ^Florence LoraJ
g°y beans, 1st, J. Reese, 2nd Baumgartner 2nd Mrs Frank
E. H. Niswander, 3rd, Q. Buikhoia I fiegt quilting lst Mrs Kaufman
er‘ I 2nd, Mrs. Hattie Hilty. Oldest quilt,
1st, Mae Stough 2nd, Mrs. Roy Cle
ments. Oldest coverlet, 1st, Mrs.
Red beets, 1st and 2nd, Roy
ments 3rd, Evan Burkholder,
nips, 1st and 2nd, Roy Clements
3rd, Sylvan Burkholder. Carrots,
1st and 2nd, Roy Clements 3rd,
David Vandemark. Salsify, 1st, Roy
Clements. Mangel wurtzel beets,
1st, David Vandemark 2nd, Weldon
Deppler 3rd, Mrs. Sam Locher.
Yellow onions, 1st and 2nd, Roy Cle ­J
ments 3rd, Alan Burkholder.
ishes, 1st and 2nd, Roy Clements.| v
Cabbage, 1st and 2nd, Roy Clements
3rd, Kenneth Winkler. Winter!
squash, 1st, Sylvan Burkholder 2nd,!
Evan Burkholder 3rd, Roy Clements.I
Field pumpkins, 1st, Sylvan Burk-I
holder 2nd, Evan Burkholder
3rd,|
Fruit
perial, 1st and 2nd, A. Augsburger. I
Winter Rambo,_ 1st and 2nd,_ A.
Augsburger.
Amstutz.
bill 2nd, Ralph Burkholder,
flower, 1st, E.
Q. Burkholder.
Eph Amstutz.
A. Augsburger.
Augsburger 1
Smokehouse, 1st and 2nd, Eph Am-1
stutz. Starking, 1st, Lyle Niswand
er 2nd, Ralph Burkholder. Pears,
1st and 2nd, Q. Burkholder.
Farm Displays
First, Richland Grange second,
Farm Bureau Council No. 1.
JUNIOR FAIR
Hogs
Berkshire gilt, 1st and 2nd, Wel
don Deppler 3rd and 4th, John Dun
bar. Duroc Jersey gilt, 1st and 3rd,
Sylvan Burkholder 2nd, Evan Burk
holder. Boar, 1st,Ralph Burkholder
2nd, Sylvan Burkholder 3rd and 4th,
Weldon Deppler. Sow, 1st and 3rd,
Ellis Hauenstein 2nd, John Dunbar
4th, James Reichenbach.
Sheep
Ewe, 1st, Billy Augsburger 2nd
and 3rd, Weldon Deppler. Ewe
lamb, 1st and 2nd, Billy Augsburger
3rd, Weldon Deppler. Ram lamb,
1st, Billy Augsburger 2nd, Weldon
Deppler.
Beef Cattle
Heifer, calf, 1st, Harry Burkhold
er 2nd, Leroy Lugibill. Heifer, one
and under two, 1st, Harry Burkhold
er. Feeder steers, 1st James Strat
ton 2nd, Keith Brauen 3rd, Harry
Burkholder 4th, Wesley Sommers.
LOCAL AND LONG
DISTANCE HAULING
Every Load Insured
STAGER BROS.
Bluffton. Ohio
Fancy comfort—1st, Mrs.
Gable.
Sheet, crochet—1st, Mrs.
Cle-ll Nusbaum 2nd, Mrs. Soldner.
Tur-I wor^» lst» Eoris Hartman.
"I Pillow cases, crochet, 1st,
Wm. Nusbaum 2nd, Mrs. Roy
ments. White Emb., 1st, Mrs. Sold
ner 2nd, Mrs. Bernice Risser. Col
ored Emb., 1st, Marcile Lugibihl
2nd, Dorothy Matter. Cutwork, 1st,
Mrs. Soldner 2nd, Doris Hartman.
Applique, 1st, Mrs. Soldner 2nd,
n I Mrs. Grace Wilson. Cross stitch, 1st,
1 Mrs. Abe Spangler 2nd, Miss Mary
I
L. J. Reese. Sweet pumpkins, lst,i
Sylvan Burkholder 2nd, Evan Burk-I
holder. Gourds, 1st, Glenna Swick
2nd, Susanna Kempf. Largest squash, M^”wm. Nulbaum. 1
Sy^van'BurkhoMer'"“'H ?llie «1st,
1st and 2nd,
Grimes Golden,
2nd, Q. Burk-
Dresser or Buffet
Apples—Baldwin,
Albert Augsburger.
1st, Eph Amstutz
holder. Jonathan, 1st, A. E. Kohli
2nd, Albert Augsburger. Red De-1
licious, 1st and 2nd., A. Augsburger. I.
Golden Delicious, 1st and 2nd, A. I
Augsburger. Ben Davis, 1st and S„il?v cSihe? 1’., ay
2nd, A. Augsburger. Black Ben. 1stT^±‘'n 1St and 2nd' M,s
and 2nd, Quinten Burkholder. Rome| iw. i
Beauty, 1st and 2nd, A. Augsburger.I rp 1 s
Stayman, 1st, A. Augsburger 2nd, ®ad’
A. E. Kohli. Winter Banana, 1stKaUm Cut"°rk’ MrS' Wm 1Sus’
and 2nd, A. Augsburger. York Im-| Cro^s Sampler-lst and 2nd,
~ioi I Embroidered picture, framed—1st,
Greening, 1st, Eph I Mrs Bernice Risser. Wall hanging,
Wlnesap, 1st, Leroy Lugi- lst and 2nd Mfs Barnef11”'
H. Niswander 2nd, ^han-lst and ,2"d' M"-
Newton Pinnin 1st |Jacob Schultz. Fancy, lst, Mrs.
SurJ 1=4 InJOnri I Weinhold 2nd, Mrs. Edgar Root.
Ta&haIki 1st A Needlepoint,'1st, Mrs. Paul Stud
2nd A Knhu Her 2nd, Mrs. Ida Kibler.
znd, A. Kohli. Rug—Braided, lst, Mrs. Anna Gro-
Dairy Cattle I mann. Crochet, 1st, Dorothy Mat
Heifer, 1st, Edgar Huber Dairy I ter 2nd, Mrs. Lydia Augsburger.
cow, 1st and 2nd, James Stratton I Hooked yarn, 1st, Barbara Welty
3rd, Ellis Hauenstein. Dairy bull,12nd, Mrs. Sibyl Mollett. Hooked rag,
1st, Sylvan Burkholder 2nd, James! 1st, Mrs. Eugene Basinger.
Stratton. I Dress—Wool, 1st, Mrs. Sam Loch-
Agricultural Products I Esther Louise Hofstetter 3rd, Ann
Corn, open pollinated, 1st, David! Thomas.
Amstutz. Hybrid, 1st, Sylvan Burk-1 First Grade-^-lst, Elise Chamber
holder 2nd and 3rd, Weldon Den-1 lain 2nd, Betty May 3rd, Jeanne
pier. Popcorn, 1st and 2nd, Harry! Ann Amstutz.
Burkholder. Wheat, 1st, Lyle Nis-I Second Grade—1st, Peter Ken
wander 2nd, Harry Burkholder 3rd,! nedy 2nd, David Bixel 3rd, Ger
Ellis Hauenstein. Oats, 1st, Harry! trude Gunther.
Burkholder 2nd and 3rd, Dale Hu-I Third Grade—1st, Margaret Strat
ber. Soy beans, 1st, Harry Burk-I ton 2nd, John Trippiehorn 3rd,
holder 2nd, Lyle Niswander 3rd,! Mary Margaret Dunbar.
Ellis Hauenstein. Early potatoes,! Fourth Grade—1st, Jane Risser
1st, David Amstutz 2nd, Alan Burk-I 2nd, Dorothy Lee Hardwick 3rd,
holder 3rd, James Reichenbach.! Mary Jean Ramseyer.
Late potatoes, 1st, Alan Burkholder Fifth Grade—1st, Colletta Bader
2nd and 3rd, Weldon Deppler. I tscher 2nd, Janette Finton and Mar-
Farm Shop I lene Berry 3rd, Samuel Buhler.
I Tool box, 1st, Thomas Kahle 2nd,! Sixth Grade—1st, Donald Herr
I Wesley Sommers. Milk stool, 1st,! 2nd, Mary Schmidt 3rd, Frank
I Thomas Kahle 2nd, Dale Huber.I Gunther.
I Poultry mash feeder, 1st, Robert! Seventh and Eighth Grade—1st,
I Stratton 2nd, James Stratton 3rd,! Joe Bronson and Leroy Miller 2nd,
I Thomas Kahle. Feed scoop, 1st,! Mary K. Bauman 3rd, Donald Root.
__ I James Stratton 2nd, Robert Strat-F
a
__laiear, 9ndi*°2nd,|
n 3rd, Wayne Badertscher.
Lawn2nd
chair, 1st, James Strattoji 2nd and
3rd, Robert Stratton.
I 1st, Kenneth Winkler.
LADIES DOMESTIC ART
Bed Spread—Applique, 1st, Mrs.
Henry Green.
i 1 Henry Green &11U, ajuuan nuuer.l uauuij apcviaiiava at \jm\j
Tufted, 1st and 2nd, Sarah Amstutz.! University say calves can be raised
xum-U'O'het. 1st, Mrs Wm. Nusbaum lSUCMSsful|
TT hpnHpr I 2nd’ Mrs- Ross Bogart. I,
Quilt—Patchwork, 1st, Mrs. Wm.|between meal
Nusbaum 2nd, Mrs. Fred Hahn. Ap-I feeding should
plique, 1st, Edith Burkholder 2nd,!parative costs.
Lillian Huber. Applique Emb., lst,|----------------
Miss Susie_Welty 2nd, Mrs. R. E.l
Hattie|
Helen Wells 2nd, Mrs. Roy Cle
ments.
Afghan cover, woven, 1st and 2nd,
1st,
A 11 Al 1 Vv V CI W V V
2nd,
Cle-
Mrs. Jacob Schultz. Crochet,
Mrs. Ray Hilty 2nd, Mrs. Ida
ler.
Kib-
Karl
Wm.
Cut­
Table cloth—crochet, 1st, Mrs. Alt
man 2nd, Mrs. Levi Gable.
Dresser or Buffet scarf—Emb.,
Mrs. Bernice Risser 2nd, Mrs. Grace
Wilson. Crochet, 1st, Tillie Hamil
ton 2nd, Mrs. Elmer Burkholder.
Cutwork, 1st and 2nd, Mrs. Grace
Wilson.
setCrooner,
THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1941
IIorses I er. Silk & rayon, 1st, Lora Schultz.
Colts, 1st, Clyde Sommers. I Cotton, 1st, Mrs. Alice Barnes.
Poultry I Child’s dress, 1st, Mrs. Bernice Ris
Young pen light breeds—Leghorn,! ser.
1st, Weldon Deppler 2nd, Dale Hu-I Fancy apron, 1st, Mrs. Roy Cle
ber 3rd, Thomas Kahle 4th, Ken-I ments 2nd, Tillie Hamilton. Kitchen
neth Winkler. Old pen leghorns, 1st,! apron, 1st and 2nd, Mrs. Jennie Alt
Kenneth Winkler 2nd, Dale Huber haus.
3rd, Evan Burkholder. Young pen! Towel—Crochet, 1st, Tillie Hamil
general purpose Barred Rocks, 1st,I ton 2nd, Doris Hartman. Emb., 1st,
Wayne Badertscher 2nd, Edgar Hu-I Mrs. Walter Niswander 2nd, Mar
ber 3rd, Paul Reichenbach 4th,|cile Lugibihl. Crossstitch, 1st, Mar
James Reichenbach. Young pen, Gen-lcile Lugibihl 2nd, Mrs. Grace Wil
eral Purpose, other breeds, 1st, Wes-1 son. Cutwork, 1st, Mrs. Bernice Ris
ley Sommers 2nd, James Stratton ser.
3rd, Weldon Deppler. Old pen Gen-| Best novelty—1st, Mrs. Altman
eral Purpose, Barred Rocks, 1st,! 2nd, Jane Risser.
Wayne Badertscher 2nd, Kenneth! Unusual antique—1st, Mrs. Clar
Reichenbach 3rd, James Reichen-I ence Hilty 2nd, Gene Wells.
bach. Leghorn cockerel, 1st, Ken-I Exhibit of Unusual U. S. Coins—
neth Winkler 2nd, Weldon Deppler I 1st, Robert Benroth.
3rd, Edgar Huber 4th, Ellis Hau-1 Portrait—Water color, 1st, Mrs.
enstein. Cockerel, Barred Rock, 1st, I Joe Stage.
Edgar Huber 2nd, Wayne Bader-I Potted plant—1st, Mrs. Alda Potts
tscher 3rd, James Reichenbach 4th,I 2nd, Mrs. Fred Hahn.
Kenneth Reichenbach. Cockerel Gen-1 Display uf potted plants—1st, Mrs.
eral Purpose, other breeds, 1st, Pauli Harold Kempf.
Reichenbach 2nd, James Stratton PET PARADE
3rd, Edgar Huber 4th, Weldon Dep-1 Kindergarten—1st, Sonja Kay Har
pler. I ris and Frank Chamberlain 2nd,
Cutw’ork, 1st, Mrs. Bernice Ris-­
One of the measures Ohio dairy-
Saw horses,! men can use to increase milk sales
I is to substitute meal wholly or in
ISJ|Part f°r tbe skim milk ordinarily
Yo Yo 1st Mrs.|used to feed calves. Dairy hus
2nd, Lillian Huber. I bandry specialists at Ohio State
..ini., i mmm. i mm i
Mrs.
Cle­
—Emb., 1st,
i- Crochet,
nine Hamilton, cutwork, 1st, Mrs.
Grace Wilson 2nd, Doris Hartman.
Applique, 1st, Mrs. Wm. Nusbaum.
Cross stitch, 1st, Mrs. Ray Hilty.
Center Piece—Crochet, 1st, Mrs.
Levi Gable 2nd, Mrs. Lily Tripple
hezr.. Cutwork, 1st, Mrs. Kaufman.
Luncheon set—Emb., 1st, Mrs. Ber
nice Risser 2nd., Mrs. Eugene Ba
Ray
kimvc
meal, and the choice
and skim milk for
depend upon com-
Spirit
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EVERY^
WASHDAY
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AUTOMATIC
HOME LAUNDRY
W« mean it. No more xfoy-long tu*»le*
with a wa*her that keep* you ot it* side
—stirring in soap, lifting soggy doth**,
scrubbing set-tubs, mopping floorsl A
Bendix washes, rinses and damp-dries
your clothes automatically—alt you do
is set the control dioL Washday is your,
day—a free day—a holidoyl_________
COME IN TODAY!
C. F. NISWANDER
800,(TOO EXTRA TRAVELERS
/his CHRISTM
to
(90 EARLY
—1OT’" be s» cKS
plNE- phone 3»s
110 N St.
GREYHOUND
WANTED—DEAD STOCK
WE PAY TOP CASH PRICES
Horses $4.00 Cows $2.00
Small Stock removed free of charge.
Quick Service
Telephone Findlay, MAIN 475, Reverse Charges
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY’, Findlay, Ohio
••Branch. Fontoria Animal Product*. Inc.”_________________

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