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WILLISFORD Carrie Ashbaugh widow of Edwin Hellaby Willisford

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WILLISFORD Carrie Ashbaugh widow of Edwin Hellaby Willisford - OTHER WINNERS Other winners in respective...
OTHER WINNERS Other winners in respective divisions were Miss Bessie 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; C. A. Greenlee, H. 0. Lester, speech; Miss Mabelle 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, Charles Worthloy, E. Fletcher, table decorations; Arthur Kas'e, E. C. Nelson, cake; James Fyfe, R. W. Jossup, bread; 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 costumes; C. V. Heuser and J. C. Walt, evening costumes. Mrs. Barnes won first awards in arts and crafts which was divided into fifteen divisions.

Clipped from The Los Angeles Times, 25 Mar 1937, Thu,  Page 28

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