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Variety b results in past Provide a County Those 5 yellow tomatoes FFA 1 Edna Baker 10 ears any corn 2 Dale Zinn 1 David Sprouse 3 Pauline Butcher 2 Rickey Sprouse Lwgest tomato Kennebec potatoes I Mary Harvey 1 Buddy Burkhammer 2 Dot Buffer 2 David Skinner 3 Pauline Butcher 3 David Sprouse Fresh fruit display 5 tomatoes 1 Robert Radcliff 1 Rickey Sprouse 2 Mary Lockard HORSES AND PONIES Fresh grape display Best dressed horse and rider 1 Edna Baker 1 Pam Campbell 2 Dale Zinn 2 Cindy Rutherford Largest head of cabbage 3 Kim Cain 1 Mary Lockard 4-H Ponies 2 Beryl Talbott 1 Beverly Robinson 3 Bess Wright 4-H Horses Best gourd display I Beryl Talbott I Missy Adams 2 Edna Baker 2 Kim Cain 3 Mary Lockard 3 Bonita Williams GARDEN DISPLAY Pleasure ponies Vegetable garden 1 Christine Minney 1 Vada Zinn 2 Teresa Rutherford 2 Edna Baker Ribbon race 3 Dot Buffer 1 Danny Furr Dry flower arrangement 2 Danny Furr 1 Beryl Talbott 3 John Isenhart 2 Robin Jones Western pleasure 3 Ethel Gum 1 Pam Campbell Fresh flower arrangement 2 Shelia Minney 1 Dot Butler 3 Liz Islner 2 Nellie Allman Pony Barrell 3 Robin Jones 1 Beverly Robinson Dahlia arrangement 2 Christine Minney i Delphine Baker Horse Barreli . Bess Wright 1 John Isenhart ] Mary Lockard 2 Danny Forr Fresh rose arrangement 3 Willard Yeager i Dot Buffer English Pleasure ' Edna Baker 1 Missy Adams 4-H EXHIBITS 2 Shelia Minnev Snacks and lunches 3 Cindy Rutherford I Crystal Skinner Boot Race 2 Sherry Burke 1 Teresa Rutherford 3 Diane Somerville 2 Christine Minney Foods and nutrition 3 Beverly Robinson 1 Kathy Ellyson 3 gaited 2 Diane Waters 1 Shelia Minney Beginning clothing 2 Bonita Williams 1 Brenda Roberts 3 Kim Cain 2 Patty Pritt Catalog race 3 Beverly Pritt 1 John Isenhart Advanced clothing 2 Danny Furr 1 Sharon 7.inn 3 Beverly Robinson 2 Dawn Hinzman 5 gaited 3 Patty White 1 Bonita Williams Home Economics Horse & Buggy 1 Sandi Gainer 1 Danny Furr 2 Short Gainer 2 John Smokey 3 Peggy Phillips 3 Danny Furr Ceemmunity service CRAFTS 1 Mary Jo Ellyson Appliqued Qnllts 2 Jack Hinman 1 Mrs. Byron Turner 3 Sonya McCluro 2 Mavis Cole Hobbies 3 Minnie Burton I Sherry McPherson Pieced Oullts 2 David Skinner 1 Mavis Cole 3 Tammy Stalaaker 2 Minnie Burton RocroaUn 3 Ena Baker 1 Diane Somerville Crocheted rugs Handicraft and electrical mca 1 Macel Wi]son 1 Rick White 2 Edna Baker 2 Mark Viilers 3 Freda Jones 3 Junlny' pn ................... Braided rup Commrvatkm 1 Beryl Talbott 1 Jeff Bailey 2 Linda Billips 3 Patty BiUips Hm-ticulturo and crops 1 Debbie Simmons 2 Jeff Bailey 3 Rodney Somerville Animal w.iences 1 Sue Ann Reed 2 Short Gainer 3 Deanna Burke Safmy 1 Jeff Bailey 2 Marilyn Frame 3 Willard Wright Roast Dinner Itreation Center 2, 1976 4:30 ,00 per Ticket Dem Ex. Comm. PM SELLING, OR 2 Edna Baker Needle Embroidery Work 1 Beryl Talbott 2 Ethel Green 3 Bess Wright Liquid Embroidery Work 1 Edna Baker 2 Ethel Green 3 Mary A. Lockard Crocheting [Bolli scarves, etc.] I Elva Brown 2 Beryl Talbott 3 Mary A. Lockard Best Crocheted Garment 1 Dot Batten 2 Macel Wilson 3 Delphine Baker Homemade craft or exhibit in wood 1 H.B. Hogue 2 Jeff Allen 3 Paul Baker Homemade craft or exhibit other then wood 1 Eva Black 2 Robin Jones 3 Delphine Baker Best Antique Exhibit 1 Gtadys Reed 2 Nellie Allman 3 Florence Hatton Original Art 1 Bess Wright 2 Pat Harder 3 Sharon Zinn Garments, dresses, etc. 1 Pauline Waldeck Ceramics I Mary Ellyson 2 Robin Jones 3 Eva Black Any other house articles self made 1 Delphine Baker 2 Bess Wright 3 Dot Butler Any individual Home Demonstration 1 Madeline Davidson 2 Esta Reed Individual baking exhibit l Edna Baker 2 Esta Reed 3 Dot Butler ECATIONAL EXHIBIT Best Educational Exhibit 1 Cox's Mills H.D. Club CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Home canned fruits l Beryl Tallbott 2 Dale Zinn 3 Edna Baker Home canned vegetables l Dot Butler 2 Esta Reed 3 Mrs. O.R. Spurgeon Jams, Jellies, Butters t Dale Zinn 2 Dot Butler 3 Robin Jones Pickles and Relishes 1 Beryl Talbott 2 Esta Reed 3 Mary A. Lockard ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mr. and Mrs. Linn Waggoner of Tanner recently visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ralston and children. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Linn Ralston and daughter, Janice Marie. Janice is the Waggoner's great grandaughter. A birthday supper was enjoyed by all in celebration of the September 16 birthdays of Linn Waggoner and Bruce Linn Ralston. Businessmen. Merchants. There is no better way to reach your local market than an ad in your local pap,,r, Call 462.7309 now for information on our low rates, combination ads and big discounts on contract advertising! September 30, 1976 The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathfinder 9 Seven-day revival at Glenville Church Rev. and Mrs. Iner Basinger will conduct a seven-day revival at the First Baptist Church of Glenville September 27 to October 3 with services beginning at 7:30 nightly and at 11 a.m. on the final day. Both Wheaten College graduates, the Basingers have engaged in more than 135 area-wide crusades through- out the United States and Canada. They have also taken part in seven missionary and evangelism tours to Europe, Central and South America. Among their many church-related activities, they spent 12 years on special assignments with Billy Graham Associates. A native of Pandora, Ohio, Rave Basinger holds a Bachelor of Philosophy degree. Following graduat- ion, he studied briefl at the Moody Bible Institute and W'heaton. He is a baritone soloist and music master for crusade choirs and congregational singing. Mrs. Basinger, a Parkersburg native, holds a Bachelor of Music degree and as a lyric soprano soloist sang with the Women's Glee Club for four years. The revival locally will include special music, a revival choir and talks for children. A nursery will be provided. Revival chairman is Pat Harbour of Glenville. _,. . P.o. ,. ___ t The chemical that gives the skunk its odor is called ethanethioi, so pungent that less than one ten-trillionth of an ounce can be d0tected by the human nose. Try our Tell City {( UNWlNDERS \\; Statesmen. sports stars, captains of industry and other wound- up types have now discovered what grandmothers knew all along. Tell City rockers are great unwinders. The exercise is mild, pleasant, but does nice things for circulation and muscle tone. The mind is completely relaxed. You don't have to keep your eye on the ball, or even watch where you're going. Come in and sample our Tell City unwinders We have rocker styles to fit any taste, designs to cradle any spine. REAL ESTATE IN 32 Brendasharon ZinnMCCartney WEST VIRGINIA llousehold Articles 1 Muriel Wolfe REALlrYl |NCo  MaryA. 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