65th Labor Day Celebration
September 2 – September 3, 1951
Gibson County 4-H Fairgrounds, Princeton, IN
Sunday – September 2, 1951
2:30 PM
Milton Board, Master of Ceremonies, Princeton, Indiana
Reverand Homer Leighty Pastor of Otwell General Baptist Church
Music Freedom Church Quartet of Boonville, Indiana
Burlin Quartet of Winslow
Duet of Lilita Hatfield & Bill Ringham of Hatfield, Indiana
Duet of Joan Blackford – clarinet
Joan Schmitt – saxphhone of Lynnville, Indiana
Chairman–Milton Board
Elza Blackford and A. L. Thompson
8:00 PM
12 Act Amateur Talent Show Prizes; $25, $15 and $10
1. Bob Smith and his Orchestra
2. David Hook accompanied by Marilee Hook of Oakland City, Indiana
3. Deanna Price of Spurgeon, Indiana
4. Larry Carter of Winslow, Indiana
5. Miss Carol McQuary of Oakland City, Indiana
6. Loretta & Neva Vote of Boonville, Indiana
7. Tommy Nienaber of Evansville, Indiana
8. Shirley Ann Crouch and baby sister Shelia Kay of Lynnville, Indiana
9. Don Simpson, Phyllis Ringham and Ruby Madden of Lynnville, Indiana
10. Bert Seavers of Boonville, Indiana
11. Donna & Lee Carroll of Brennan, Iindiana
12. Lolita Hatfield & Bill Ringham accompanied by Irene M. McDonald of Princeton, Indiana
Monday – September 3, 1951
Parade Robert Tuley of Boonville, Indiana – Master of Ceremonies
Murtis Underhill – Parade Marshall
National Anthem Mrs. Thelma Simon of Chandler, Indiana
Walter Cox – Princeton Mayor
Kitchen Band Moose lodge # 17 of Indianapolis, Indiana
12:00 noon
Band Concert Boonville High School Band
Speakers John Sherman Cooper former US Kentucky Senator
Band Concert Oakland City High School Band
Speakers Thomas Raney – UMWA International E-Board Member District # 30
Free Acts
Horse Show Western Parade with Colors
Class # 1. Fine Harness
Class # 2. Ponies 48″ and under
Class # 3. Three Gaited
Class # 4. Western
Class # 5. Five Gaited
Class # 6. Western
Band Concert Princeton High School Band
Free Acts Princeton, Oakland City and Boonville High School Bands and the Paradise Rhythm Knockers will furnish the music
Blue Grass State Shows will be on the Midway
The 7 Free Acts will be Presented by the Kay Keiser Revue
Free Parking, Free Admission and Plenty of Free Ice Water
Sponsored by The Labor Day Association


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