WILLISFORD Carrie Ashbaugh widow of Edwin Hellaby Willisford
OTHER WINNERS Other winners in respective divisions were Miss Bessie Boy-cr, Boy-cr, Boy-cr, music composition; Mmes. R. L. Chaso, Charles B. Wyman, poetry; Charles R. Castlen, Guy Sidney Freeman, fiction; John W. Garner, E. H, Willisford, non-fiction; non-fiction; non-fiction; C. A. Greenlee, H. 0. Lester, Lester, speech; Miss Mabelle Proctor, Proctor, Mrs. Gertrude Chase, oil painting; Mmes. A. L. Ferguson, Ada Heuser, Pearl Harm, water colors: Virginia Reed Farr, Mil dred McCoy, pastels; L. L. Craven, Craven, Charles Worthloy, E. Fletcher, Fletcher, table decorations; Arthur Kas'e, E. C. Nelson, cake; James Fyfe, R. W. Jossup, bread; Leonard Leonard Bradley, Brallicr Gillen, pic; John Tate and J. C. Jensen, cookies. In the fashion parade winners were Mmes. Paul Revert; R. W. Fruchey, crochets; Maybcllc Brock, J. L. Gray, knits; J. B. Lauderdale, Caroline Rapp, afternoon afternoon costumes; C. V. Heuser and J. C. Walt, evening costumes. Mrs. Barnes won first awards in arts and crafts which was divided divided into fifteen divisions.