1922 School Fair Results, Rural Schools

More 1922 school fair results from the November 16, 1922 Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), page 5:

Goodwill.
Third prizes.
Magazine rack, .50 — Glen Murphy.
Dress, $1.50 — Glorena Barber.

Eureka.
First Prize.
White corn in class A, $2; pocket knife, $1.50, by L. D. Jordan and Son — Wilber Long.

Second Prize.
White corn in class A, $1; — Gladys Wall.

Union Star.
First Prize.
Sleeve board, $1.50; Skidmore News .50 — Harlon Dewitt.
Book rack, $1.50; Skidmore News .50 — Robert Dewitt.
Apples, $1.50 — Mariam Caywood.
Plum jelly, $1 — Helena Goslee.
Rye, $1; Frank Manchester, haircut — Martha Pfeiffer.

Second Prize.
Drying rack, .75 — Helena Goslee.
Poster on working, drawing and bill for material used in making sleeve board, .75 — School.
Apples, $1 — Helena Goslee.
Grape jelly, .50 — Mariam Caywood.

Third Prize.
Booth, $2. Drying rack, .50 — Aron Linville.
Sewing rack, .50 — Gladys Dewitt.
Miter box, .25 — Bertha May Linville.
Note book, $1 — Helena Goslee.
Jelly, .25 — Gladys Dewitt.

Albright.
First Prize.
Sewing rack, $1.50; Skidmore News .50 — Rosetta Thompson.
Porch box, $1.50; R. A. Walker, dictionary — School.

Second Prize.
Sewing rack, .75 — H. Hildreth. Rye, .50 — Kenneth Thompson.
Sweet potatoes, .50 — Henrietta Hildreth.

Scrub Oak.
First Prize.
White corn in class B, $2; Farmers Bank, $1; Patterson’s CafĂ©, 1 lb box candy, $2 — Lee Hall.
Nail box, $1.50; L. D. Jordan & Son, claw hammer, $1; Manchester & Dodds, pocket knife — Floyd Coston.

Second Prize.
Miter box, .50 — Hattie Hall.
Third Prize.
Farm products, $2.

Mt. Vernon.
First Prize.
Hanging basket, $1.50; choice bottle hair oil or shampoo, 50c, Edmonds Barber Shop — Harlon Brown.
Candy $1; Skidmore News $1 — Louise Stevens.
Small fruit, $1.50 — Lois Conrad.
Apple jelly, $1; 1 lb box candy, Garnett’s Cafe — Blanche Brown.
Blackberry jelly, $1; embroidery scissors, Manchester & Dodds — Blanche Brown.
Grape Jelly, $1 — Blanch Brown.
Apron, $2; Farmers Bank, $1 — Blanche Borwn.
Wheat, $1; J. a. Hill, haircut — Blanche Brown.
Oats, $1 — Blanche Brown.
Potatoes, $1; Farmers Bank, 50c — Lois Conrad.
Sweet potatoes, $1 — Harlan Brown.

Second Prize.
Hanging basket, .50 — Earnest Brown.
Corn, .50 — Harlan Brown.
Apple jelly, .50 — Lois Conrad.
Any other kind of jelly, .50 — Earnest Brown.
Wheat, .50 — Earnest Brown.
Oats, .50 — Earnest Brown.

Third Prize.
Yellow corn in class A, .50 — Lois Conrad.
Poster on drawing for nail box, .50 — Blanche Brown.
Health poster, .50 — Lois Conrad.
Dark cake, .25 — Earnest Brown.
Tomatoes, .25 — Harlan Brown.
Blackberry jelly, .50. — Lois Conrad.
Dress, $1 — Blanche Brown.
Timothy, .25 — Harold Hart.

Liberty
First Prize.
Miter box, $1; Weddle & Son, Eversharp pencil, $1 — Maggie Lowrance.
Dress, $2; G. C. Ashbrook, 1/2 doz. best photos, $4 — Maggie Lowrance.
Timothy seed, $1 — Donald Lee.

Second Prize.
Nail box, .75 — Marie Rowlett.
Dark cake, .50 — Lucie Twaddle.
White cake, .50 — Maggie Lowrance.
Blackberries, .50 — Margaret Campbell.
Handkerchief, $1.50 — Maggie Lowrance.

Third Prize.
Nail box, .25 — Margaret Campbell.
Small fruit, .50 — Maggie Lowrance.
Large fruit, .50 — Margaret Campbell.

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