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i , i/ ,i! PICTORIAL Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, P LOW t dl Sheep borrows food from neighbors. Dairy show exhibit parades past pork promotion sign. ? -f Dog show entrants try to show their best sides. Nkxlel shows latest fasion. Fashion show popular fair feature Fashion is on the minds of many women today. There are countless words with which to describe style. "Flashy," "dramatic," "trendy," and "unpredictable" are just a few. However, conventionalism is still goin 8 strong. , Esther Florea and Trella Bradley, along with Clothes Etc. of LaBelle, conducted a fashion show wednesday afternoon at the Lewis County Fairgrounds. It was full of beautiful and versatile clothing. For instance, Esther Florea modeled a 3-piece skirt, blouse and jacket outfit that could be either sporty or professional with the srmp of a belt or an untucking of a shirt. Practicality is what most women want these days. The price of clothing is high, and a working woman needs a different look every day. Bradley and Florea showed the audience how easily suits could take on a casual or an expert appearance with simple acces- sories. The show seemed to help put fashion into perspective. It gave the impres- sion that good fashion isn't hard to find. Along with the Wednesday afternoon show, there was a back-to- school show and a Dutchmaid style show, and a program on recycling dethes. M-onLy Bringer, LaGrange, coaxes frog to lump by blowing on it. Agronomist David Quarles checks grain exhibits. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issuel Missouri water.melons DaN]00 safe-- and dehcious MaN' "watermelon Watermelons now available In spite of the recent .. " to scare" on the West Coast, water- missourians were grown where no melons in Missouri are safe and pesticide contamination has been delicious, according to Rayford Thompson, director, Plant Industries Division of the Missouri Department of Agriculture, and Erwin Gadd, director, Bureau of Community Sanitation of the Missouri Division of Health. Melons now in Missouri markets were grown in Missouri or souther states: few, if any, were grown in California. reported and are safe to eat," Thompson said. Since the California incident, inspectors from the Federal Food and Drug Administration have performed pesticide analysis on watermelons presently available to Missouri consumers. Missouri health and agriculture officials have been kept informed of the investigation's findings. Cas0n, Huff g Schlueter Barbara Wolfmeyer, Agent 113 N. STH ST. CANTON, MO. 63435 Phone: 288-5971 Sale End= SPECIAL A ALL Shirts, Swimwoar BOOTS, SHOES, fJAMAKR SLACKS _ I _ .. III I _ ON m.  IIII t t ii!i I : 'i LAS T TIMES THR U S OPENS AUG. 1 : "The Fortune Te aOl00|ll IULO00 .00IV00gBO00AT FOR RESERVATIONS ,.,o. PHONE 31 RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THIS WEEK'S SHOWS!! i , i/ ,i! PICTORIAL Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, July 25, 1985, P LOW t dl Sheep borrows food from neighbors. Dairy show exhibit parades past pork promotion sign. ? -f Dog show entrants try to show their best sides. Nkxlel shows latest fasion. Fashion show popular fair feature Fashion is on the minds of many women today. There are countless words with which to describe style. "Flashy," "dramatic," "trendy," and "unpredictable" are just a few. However, conventionalism is still goin 8 strong. , Esther Florea and Trella Bradley, along with Clothes Etc. of LaBelle, conducted a fashion show wednesday afternoon at the Lewis County Fairgrounds. It was full of beautiful and versatile clothing. For instance, Esther Florea modeled a 3-piece skirt, blouse and jacket outfit that could be either sporty or professional with the srmp of a belt or an untucking of a shirt. Practicality is what most women want these days. The price of clothing is high, and a working woman needs a different look every day. Bradley and Florea showed the audience how easily suits could take on a casual or an expert appearance with simple acces- sories. The show seemed to help put fashion into perspective. It gave the impres- sion that good fashion isn't hard to find. Along with the Wednesday afternoon show, there was a back-to- school show and a Dutchmaid style show, and a program on recycling dethes. M-onLy Bringer, LaGrange, coaxes frog to lump by blowing on it. Agronomist David Quarles checks grain exhibits. Check Your Renewal Date; Don't Miss an Issuel Missouri water.melons DaN]00 safe-- and dehcious MaN' "watermelon Watermelons now available In spite of the recent .. " to scare" on the West Coast, water- missourians were grown where no melons in Missouri are safe and pesticide contamination has been delicious, according to Rayford Thompson, director, Plant Industries Division of the Missouri Department of Agriculture, and Erwin Gadd, director, Bureau of Community Sanitation of the Missouri Division of Health. Melons now in Missouri markets were grown in Missouri or souther states: few, if any, were grown in California. reported and are safe to eat," Thompson said. Since the California incident, inspectors from the Federal Food and Drug Administration have performed pesticide analysis on watermelons presently available to Missouri consumers. Missouri health and agriculture officials have been kept informed of the investigation's findings. Cas0n, Huff g Schlueter Barbara Wolfmeyer, Agent 113 N. STH ST. CANTON, MO. 63435 Phone: 288-5971 Sale End= SPECIAL A ALL Shirts, Swimwoar BOOTS, SHOES, fJAMAKR SLACKS _ I _ .. III I _ ON m.  IIII t t ii!i I : 'i LAS T TIMES THR U S OPENS AUG. 1 : "The Fortune Te aOl00|ll IULO00 .00IV00gBO00AT FOR RESERVATIONS ,.,o. PHONE 31 RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THIS WEEK'S SHOWS!!