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 - PERRY FAIR wo-DAYs::o'vn: wo-DAYs::o'vn:...
PERRY FAIR wo-DAYs::o'vn: wo-DAYs::o'vn: wo-DAYs::o'vn: J Best Exhibition in 15 Yearg. VUitora, Officers Declare.'if 1 ' . Z4NDSK. Tenn., Oct I. (SpD The Parry county fair, labeled , by ; all visitors vand Jack Stephens, school superintendent, la charge of the event as "the most successful in the IS years since its establish men V .came to a close Saturday Thousands of persona visited the fair grounds daring the three days run, and the highest attendance mark was reached Friday 4 when 1.000 persons were passed through .the tmmmmmmmmtmlmtMnvvmm'i'". A fiddler contest. In which 8. J. Ethrtdge of McEwen and D. A. - weems of Perry oounty tied for first honors, held Friday night in tna nign sonooi auditorium, was one of the most interesting fea tures of the fair. Seventeen contestants contestants from five counties entered la the competition. Other features, wHlch attracted much attention from the visitors. include agricultural exhibits of fine bumper crops, school exhibits of maps, drawings and home economics economics projects,, and the women's display of canned fruits and Vega tables. Saturday afternoon horse ' and automobile shows, held oa the pub lie square, were the chief attrac tions. , 1

Clipped from The Tennessean04 Oct 1931, SunPage 23

The Tennessean (Nashville, Tennessee)04 Oct 1931, SunPage 23
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