"It is interesting to note the number of Scottish Terriers being shown at Westminster in the early days. In 1890-91-92, there were but four representatives of the breed. In 1893 it jumped to 15 and in 1895 brought out the banner entry of 30. Up until 1900, there were no individual class entries for Scotties, and their recognition as a force at the shows really began about this time. It was in this year, 1900, that the Scottish Terrier Club of America, as it now exists, was organized. There had been an old Scottish Terrier Club established about a half dozen years prior to this, but it lost its Charter by default to its members. Dr. Ewing was one of the promoters of the existing Scottish Terrier Club of America and it was Dr. Ewing's Nosegay Sweet William which was destined to be the first American-bred Scottie pup to take a Winners rosette at Westminster. This occurred in 1901 when the entry was 32, the largest Scottie entry for America up to that date." - Dog News, September 1943, page 58.
564, Ch. Fashion Favorite; A 616,213, Bitch; whelped 4/25/40. Breeder: Lillian M. Greenwood Owners: Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Israel.
"Favorite" is by Ch. Quince Hill Bucko out of Ch. Cabrach Circe by Ch. Cabrach Tanner out of Cabrach Rowena by Albourne Brigand of Diehard out of Caenmohr Dimple. Ch. Cabrach Tanner of Heather Romancer of Diehard out of Cabrach Fannie. Ch. Quince Hill Bucko by Ch. Quince Hill Lauder out of Jura by Heather Romancer of Diehard out of Molly Jinkers Judy. Ch. Quince Hill Lauder by Ch. Heather Reveller of Sporran out of Quince Hill Bonnie. Favorite has four major shows to her credit: Westminster, Toledo, Chattanooga and Greenville. She went Best of Breed once during her campaign for points which was Best of Breed at the Westminster show.