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2019 Phillips County Fair Premium Book

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS

EXHIBITORS AND CONTESTANTS

1. No entry fee is charged in any Department of the Phillips County Fair.

2. Thursday is Entry Day and all entries must be in place by 8:00 p.m. 4H weigh scales will be open from 10am to 2pm.

3. All exhibits shall be entered in the name of the grower. Any exhibitor violating this rule will forfeit all premium awards in the Department in which the violation has occurred. All Agriculture Exhibits must be grown in current or previous year.

4. Winning exhibits of corn, grain, and other farm produce become the property of the county, if a county exhibit is planned for subsequent district, state fairs or shows.

5. The Phillips County Fair will take proper care of articles or stock entered for exhibition, but will not be responsible for the loss or injury or damage to same. Loss or damage should be reported to Superintendent or Secretary as soon as the loss or damage becomes known.

6. The fair management reserves the right to remove from the Fair Grounds any exhibit that is deemed unsuitable or objectionable.

7. All property of any character entered for competition, display, or other purpose on the fairgrounds, shall be subject to the control of the Fair Secretary and shall not be removed until time set by fair office.

8. Articles of exhibits sent by express or freight must be sent prepaid to the Secretary of the Phillips County Fair, Dodson, MT 59524. Each individual exhibit shipped must bear a tag giving the name and address of the owner and department, class, and lot where the entry is made.

9. The Secretary of the Phillips County Fair shall have the power of decision in all matters of disagreement between exhibitors, Superintendent, or other Officials of the fair.

10. The board of Directors of the Phillips County Fair reserves the right to interpret these rules and regulations, to amend or add to these rules and regulations as may seem advisable, and to arbitrarily settle and determine all disputes, questions, and differences in regard thereto in any way connected with the operation of the fair.

11. No exhibit may be entered in more than one class in 4H/FFA and open class, except horse.

12. No premiums will be awarded, unless entry is made for the same.

13. Premiums will be paid by check or warrant mailed by the secretary to the Post Office address of the exhibitor. Premiums will be paid according to the awarding in the judges book, not by the premium tags or ribbons.

14. All exhibitors of livestock and contestants with race horses must supply their own feed and hay. However, hay will be furnished for the 4H livestock exhibits.

JUDGES RULES

1. Exhibits erroneously entered may be transferred or rejected on direction of the President or Secretary of the fair.

2. Should any doubt arise to the regularity of any entry, the Superintendent in charge of the department must be notified at once and he, with the judge of the department, shall decide the matters and their decisions will be final.

3. The decision of the judge shall be final and no appeal shall be considered, except in case of protest field in writing with the Superintendent.

4. Any exhibitor who publicly expresses disapproval in the arena or on the grounds of the decision of the judges, or who by act of interference shall be guilty of conduct unbecoming an exhibitor, shall forfeit the premium and be excluded from further competition.

5. Exhibitors may win but one premium in any lot.

6. No premium shall be awarded nor any premium paid on any animal or articles not listed in the premium list.

7. When there is but one exhibitor competing for a premium, the judges may recommend "No Premium", or any Premium as merit may warrant.

8. Judges must see that the clerk makes a proper recording of each winner in the judge's book.

9. In Open classes except for livestock, judges shall not award more than one prize to a family in the same class and lot. Such entries shall be considered as divided samples and only one award given.

DEPARTMENT A – LIVESTOCK

SUPERINTENDENTS

MATT SIMONSON – CATTLE

CARTER CLAUSEN – HOGS

MEGHAN BERNDT – SHEEP AND GOATS

LORI MEEKS – RABBITS AND POULTRY

Entries and exhibits in this division positively close at 8 p.m., Thursday, August 1.

Animals must be owned at the time of making entry by the firm or individual exhibiting them.

Applications for stalls should be made directly to the manager at the time of arrival of the animals. Stall assignment will be made by the superintendent as soon thereafter as practicable. Cages will not be provided for open class chickens.

Exhibits must be in place by 8 p.m., August 1. Barns and stalls must be open and stock uncovered between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. during each day of the fair. Exhibits are not to be removed from the fairgrounds until 4:00 p.m., August 4.

Where there are fewer animals shown in lots than numbers of premiums offered, the judge may in his discretion, award a prize or prizes of such grade as the animal may deserve. This rule shall also be applicable where there is but a single exhibitor in any lot.

Exhibitors must keep the space in the rear of their stalls and alleyways in the barn clear and clean.

Bulls should be shown with nose rings or nose leads.

BEEF CATTLE

This class is open to any beef breed or cross breed. There will be no entry for dry cows. Bulls should be shown with rings or nose leads.

Div 1 Purebred Angus

Div 2 Purebred Charolais

Div 3 Purebred Gelbveih

Div 4 Purebred Hereford

Div 5 Purebred Limousin

Div 6 Purebred MaineAnjou

Div 7 Purebred Murray Grey

Div 8 Purebred Shorthorn

Div 9 Purebred Simmental

Div 10 – Purebred Tarentaise

Div 11 – Commercial Angus

Div 12 – Commercial Charolais

Div 13 – Commercial Gelbveih

Div 14 – Commercial Hereford

Div 15 – Commercial Limousin

Div 16 – Commercial MaineAnjou

Div 17 – Commercial Murray Grey

Div 18 – Commercial Shorthorn

Div 19 – Commercial Simmental

Div 20 – Commercial Tarentaise

DIVISION 21 – OTHER BREEDS

SEC NO.

Premiums: 12.00 8.00 4.00

1. Bulls calved before 2018.

2. Bulls calved between Aug. 1, 2018 and Aug. 1, 2019.

3. Heifers calved between Aug. 1, 2018 and Aug. 1, 2019.

4. Two-year-old with female

5. Female with 2nd or later calf

SHEEP

Div 22 – Suffolk

Div 23 – Columbia

Div 24 – Hampshire

Div 25 – Rambouillet

Div 26 – Targhee

Div 27 – Other Breeds

SEC NO.

Premiums: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Ewe, one year and over

2. Ewe, lamb

3. Ram lambs

4. Bucks, over one year

5. Fat Lambs

SWINE

Div 28 – Duroc

Div 29 – Hampshire

Div 30 – Chester White

Div 31 – Berkshire

Div 32 – Yorkshire

Div 33 – Landrace

Div 34 – Other Breeds

SEC NO.

Premiums: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Sows, one year and over

2. Gilts

3. Barrows

4. Sow and Litter (4 or more pigs)

GOATS

Premiums: 5.00 4.00 3.00

Division 35 – Milk Goats

1. Any Breed

The judge will determine whether or not entries are eligible to be shown in the class which they represent. No one exhibitor shall be permitted to win more than one first prize in any one lot.

RABBITS

Div 36 – Angora

Div 37 – Other

SEC No.

Premiums: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Senior Buck (over 1 year)

2. Senior Doe (over 1 year)

3. Junior Buck (under 1 year)

4. Junior Doe (under 1 year)

5. Doe and Litter (must be 3 or more in litter)

LLAMA

Division 38 – All Llamas

SEC NO.

Premiums: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Male (over 1 year)

2. Male (under 1 year)

3. Female (over 1 year)

4. Female (under 1 year)

POULTRY

Division 39

SEC NO.

Premiums 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Hen over 1 year

2. Pullet under 1 year

3. Rooster over 1 year

4. Cockerel under 1 year

5. Hens and Chicks (minimum 3)

6. Goose over 1 year

7. Goose under 1 year

8. Duck over 1 year

9. Duck under 1 year

10. Turkey over 1 year

11. Turkey under 1 year

12. 1 dozen white eggs

13. 1 dozen brown eggs

14. 1 dozen other eggs

DEPARTMENT C

COMMUNITY EXHIBITS

Special prizes will be awarded for community collective exhibits. Each community should select one or more committee people to supervise the collecting and assembling of the community exhibits, to transport them to Dodson, to make the individual entries, to bring them to the judge's table, replace them in the booth after being judged, and see that they are taken care of after the fair, such as disposing of the vegetables and cleaning up the booth.

Twenty dollars will be paid to the committee people who are responsible for getting community exhibits to the fair and taking care of the booth during the fair.

Prizes of $40, $25, and $15 for the best community booths will be awarded to the community organizations who cooperate in making exhibits for the fair.

ENTRIES MUST BE MADE FOR AWARDS IN THE FOLLOWING LOTS: ONLY ONE COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY EXHIBIT MAY BE ENTERED FROM ANY ONE COMMUNITY AND MUST HAVE EXHIBITS FROM FIVE OR MORE FARMS IN THE COMMUNITY, ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE IN PLACE AT 8 P.M. August 1, 2019.

1. Community Collective Exhibit $40 $25 $15

2. To individual in charge of community exhibit$20

BASIS OF AWARD FOR COMMUNITY BOOTH

Quality of products 50 points

Variety of products 50 points

Artistic arrangement of exhibits 25 points

DEPARTMENT D

GRAINS, GRASSES, VEGETABLES, FRUITS

JOY LINN, SUPERINTENDENT

527-7446

Exhibits must contain the amounts stipulated in the premium list.

No family will be permitted to make more than one entry in any one lot, except exhibitors may enter more than one variety under each Section No. for Grain and Forage crops.

HINTS TO EXHIBITORS

The purity and quality of a sample are the two points to remember when preparing samples of threshed grain for show. Purity is valued at about 35 percent and quality at 65 percent.

WHEAT – All samples should be free of dirt, weed seeds, chaff and other grains. There should be no evidence of smut in the sample. The sample should be pure as to variety and class of grain. The grain in the sample ought to be large, plump, and of a hard, flinty texture. A deep yet clear, dark red color is best for milling wheats. It should give a high test weight. The sample should be free from all kinds of damage, such as bin burning, etc.

OATS AND BARLEY – Practically the same points for wheat will hold for oats and barley. In oats and barley, fresh, clean color is very important. Another important point is the plumpness of the grain, best indicated by a high point value per bushel.

SHEAF GRAINS – In sheaf grain, the evidence of high yield and quality of grain are perhaps of equal importance. A sheaf of grain should be pure as to variety. The grain must be well matured and of sound vitality.

FORAGE SHEAVES – Forage sheaves are judged upon their apparent Age quality, purity and yield. It is very essential that the show sample be cured and in a way that will preserve the natural green color and the maximum amount of foliage.

PREPARATION OF SAMPLES

SHEAF GRAINS – Go into the field before grain is ready to cut with the binder. Select samples, and with a knife, cut them close to the ground so as to get the full length of the straw. Be careful not to break the straw in handling. Spread samples on a board in the sun to bleach. See that samples never get wet after being cut. When green color is entirely gone and straw perfectly dry, bind in bundles, tying with a soft cloth that will not cut straw. Make bundles from three to five inches in diameter, just below the head, and tie snugly in at least three places. Strip all leaves from straw. After tying in bundles cut bottom even. Then hang in dry place with head down until time for the Fair.

THRESHED GRAINS – Take a sample from bin of threshed grain; sample should then be thoroughly cleaned, all grain mixtures and weak seed being removed with a grain grader.

SHEAF FORAGE EXHIBITS – Select the most leafy types to be found in the field, the best individual specimens obtainable, and cut close to the ground. Place in loose bundles not more than five to seven inches in diameter, and wrap loosely in a newspaper or cheese cloth. Then hang, head down in a dark place to cure. Do not strip a single leaf or branchlet from the item, as forage should retain its color and leaves. In making up show bundles, select those individual stems that have retained the most and best leaves with their color. Make bundles from three to five inches in diameter and tie securely in one place at the base of the legume or grass. After tying in bundles cut bottom of sheaf even.

DEPARTMENT D

DIVISION 1 – THRESHED GRAINS

(2018 or 2019 Crop)

Full Quart Samples Required

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Spring Wheat, any variety

2. Winter Wheat, any variety

3. Durum Wheat, any variety

4. Barley, any variety

5. Oats, any variety

6. Safflower, any variety

7. Sunflower, any variety

8. Alfalfa seed, any variety

9. Sweet Clover, any variety

10. Crested Wheatgrass, any variety

11. Brome grass, any variety

12. Russian Wild Rye, any variety

13. Mustard, any variety

14. Corn

15. Triticale

16. Canola

17. Peas, any variety

18. Lentils, any variety

19. Flax, any variety

20. Poppy seeds, any variety

21. Any other variety, labeled

DIVISION 2 – SHEAF GRAINS

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2:00

1. Spring Wheat, any variety

2. Winter Wheat, any variety

3. Durum Wheat, any variety

4. Oats, any variety

5. Barley, any variety

6. Safflower, any variety

7. Peas, any variety

8. Canola, any variety

9. Lentils, any variety

10. Soybeans, any variety

11. Any other variety, labeled

DIVISION 3 – SHEAF FORAGE (CURED)

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Alfalfa, first cutting

2. Alfalfa, second cutting

3. Sweet Clover

4. Crested Wheatgrass

5. Brome grass

6. Russian Wild Rye

7. Blue joint (Western Wheat Grass)

8. Oat Hay

9. Barley Hay

10. Indian grass

11. Ten stalks corn (cured)

12. Sudan grass

13. Millet

14. Haybet, any variety

15. Garrison, any variety

16. Any other variety, labeled

DIVISION 4 – SHEAF SMALL SEEDS

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Alfalfa, any variety

2. Brome grass, any variety

3. Crested Wheatgrass, any variety

4. Russian Wild rye, any variety

5. Blue joint (Western Wheat Grass, any variety)

6. Mustard, any variety

7. Sweet Clover Seed

8. Other

DIVISION 5 – SILAGE

One gallon in clear plastic bag

SEC NO.

Premium: 4:00 3:00 2:00

1. Corn

2. Grass

3. Legume

4. Grass – Legume mixture

HINTS TO VEGETABLE EXHIBITORS

The outstanding points to be considered in selecting a vegetable exhibit are quality and condition. The judging of a vegetable exhibit is generally based on the readiness of the products for immediate use. The quality of the products is determined by actual test.

Condition and quality also include the points of freedom from disease, insect work, mechanical injury and defects. Vegetable exhibits should comprise specimens which are practically perfect from a physical standpoint with root crop not cut too short. All exhibits must be clean.

Slightly above medium sizes are generally preferred to the very large sizes. Uniformity, a point which applies to exhibit that include more than one specimen, is particularly important. Uniformity largely determines the appearance of the exhibit. Uniformity includes color, shape, degree of maturity and size.

Following are some of the points that should be especially observed with each vegetable:

BEANS, STRING – Pods should be uniform in size, shape, color and stage of maturity. Free from rust and other imperfections. Should not show large, mature beans in the pod. Should be free from stringiness.

BEETS – Cut the tops off, leaving approximately ½ 1 inch of top intact. All secondary rootlets should be removed, leaving not more than 23 inches of taproot. Wash gently to avoid injury to the skin. If storage is necessary put them in a cool, moist place. The flesh when cut should be firm, crisp, and fine grained. White rings in the cut flesh lower the quality score. Roots should be intact.

Baby beets-should be ½ to 1 inch across. Tops should be intact.

BROCCOLI – Lower leaves removed. Flower should be compact with uniform buds and color.

CABBAGE – Uniformity of specimens very desirable. Heads should be solid, this being determined by weight and pressure. Extremely large heads very frequently lack in other qualities. Evidence of cabbage worm work not desirable. Trim lower leaves from heads and do not leave roots intact.

CARROTS – Sample should be typical of its group size. Normally a deep orange in color. Uniform in color, size, and shape. Specimens should be smooth, clean, fresh, (not withered), and free from sunburn. There should be no coarse rings when cut. Cut the tops off, leaving approximately 2 inches of top intact. Wash gently to avoid injury to the skin. If storage is necessary put them in a cool, moist place.

CAULIFLOWER – There should be no "riciness." Stem cut ½ inch below bottom leaf. 4-6 leaves remain to protect the head.

CELERY Remove roots and underground portion of stem but leave the crown. Wash if needed. Keep in a moist and cool place. All small or broken outer stalks should be removed.

CUCUMBER, SLICING – Quality of special importance. Mature seeds lower the quality. Specimens must be firm quality, may be determined by pressure. Evidence of the segments separating under pressure indicates that specimens are too mature. Small seed cavity desirable. Uniformity of specimens distinctly desirable.

CUCUMBERS – Harvest by cutting stems, leaving approximately ¼" of stem. Avoid injury to fruit. Wash if necessary. Choose well shaped specimens. Those extremely pointed, dumbbells, and badly crooked are looked upon as off-type.

DILL Uniform in size, have some in seed and coming into seed, ready to use for canning. Remove or cut right above root.

EGGPLANT – Specimen should be bright, glossy, with no bronzing or green or white streaks. Stems trimmed to 11 ½ inches. Should not be washed but free from injury and soil.

GARLIC – The necks should be dried and trimmed to 1 inch and roots trimmed close to bulb. The outer sheath should enclose bulb and be clean. Cloves should fit tightly and be well filled.

KALE Cut off root, leave leaves.

KOHLRABI – Remove main stem below the ball and all but 5 leaves removed. Leaves to be removed should be trimmed leaves should be ½ inch in length.. Wash if needed. Keep in moist and cool place.

ONIONS – Approximately eight days before fair, pull and twist tops and remove outer layer of (dirty) skin. Spread them in an open shed so air will pass over them until time to take to fair. Remove the tops, leaving 2 inches and clip off roots, but in doing so avoid damage to the node or basal plate. Choose well-formed bulbs, avoiding "doubles", thick necks or other off-type specimens. Trim roots just below the bulb base.

PARSLEY – Cut stems and display in jar.

PARSNIPS – They should be smooth with rootlets removed but tap root remaining and light cream in color. Crowns should be well hollowed and cores small. Avoid rubbing. Soil removed by soaking in water.

PEAS IN POD – Should have at least 34 peas, but not over mature. Should be well filled, velvety, bright green and firm.

PEPPERS – Choose specimens that are firm or meaty. Leave approximately ½ inch of stem. Keep in a cool, moist place. Avoid injury. Wash if necessary. Should be deep in color, fresh, firm symmetrical. In close competition, the advantage is given to perfectly green specimens. Traces of red coloring not desirable in the green varieties; red peppers, otherwise.

POTATOES – Specimens brought in should be uniform table size, shallow eyes, and free of blemishes. Immediately after digging, allow them to set on the ground for approximately 20 minutes to allow the skin to "set". To clean, brush the potato, but be careful as bruising the skin is undesirable. Potatoes should be mature with firmly attached skin. Potatoes should be bright, firm, well-shaped and free from greening, sprouting, and shriveling.

PUMPKINS, PIE – Uniformity of variety, type size and color. Must be free from insect and mechanical injury. Specimens should be mature, as indicated by hardness of shell. Specimen should be clean with stem intact.

RHUBARB – Stalks should be uniform in size and color. Should be fresh, solid and brittle, no pithy. Stalks must be tender and juicy. Should be pulled, ends not cut off. Not more than 1 inch of the tops should be left untrimmed.

Remove all green portion of leaf. Leave base of petiole (stem) intact. Wash.

RUTABAGAS – Cut the tops off, leaving approximately ½ 1 inch of top intact. Wash gently but avoid injury to the skin. Should be smooth with no side roots.

SPINACH – Leaves should be large, broad, thick and smooth.

SQUASH – In winter squash, maturity is particularly important, as indicated by hardness of the outer shell. Three specimens constitute an exhibit, with uniformity of color, weight and type. Should be free from blemishes. Stem should be attached about ¼ 1/2 inch in length. Vegetable marrow and summer squash should be immature, as indicated by the soft shell. Choose tender specimens. For the long type, they may be from five to eight inches long. For the round type and crooked necks, choose those which are very tender and succulent. Some types are ready for use as soon as the blossom has withered.

SWEET CORN – The cobs should be well filled with kernels in the milk stage, evenly and closely spaced and rounded. The cobs should be husked, trimmed and free from husk and silk.

TOMATOES –Specimen should be firm and free of abnormal growth. Stems should be removed on all but preserving types.

TURNIPS – Specimens should be smooth with rootlets removed but 23 inches of tap root remaining.

WATERMELONS – One melon constitutes an exhibit. Specimens should be uniform in size, color and type, and free from blemishes due to diseases, insect or mechanical injury. Thickness of rind and quality and color of the flesh are particularly important. Should be in perfect state of ripeness for immediate use.

DEPARTMENT D

DIV ISION 6 – VEGETABLES

None but listed vegetables accepted.

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Beans, Butter, pint shelled

2. Beans, Great Northern, pint shelled

3. Beans, string green (8)

4. Beans, string yellow (8)

5. Beans, pole, string (8)

6. Beans, pole, yellow (8)

7. Beans, purple (8)

8. Beans, red kidney, 1 pt., shelled

9. Beans, pinto 1 pt., shelled

10. Beans, black, 1 pt., shelled

11. Baby Beets, with tops, ½ to 1 inch across (6)

12. Beets, long blood (3)

13. Beets, round turnip (3)

14. Beets, golden

15. Broccoli (2) stalks

16. Broccoli flower

17. Brussel sprouts (3)

18. Cabbage, round (1)

19. Cabbage, red (1)

20. Cabbage, flat (1)

21. Cabbage, pointed (1)

22. Cabbage, largest (1)

23. Carrots, half long (3)

24. Carrots, long (3)

25. Carrots, Oxheart (3)

26. Cauliflower, (1), trimmed below head

27. Celery, 1 bunch, not stock

28. Chives, with roots in a bunch (10)

29. Corn (3) cured any variety

30. Corn (3) tallest

31. Cucumber, slicing (3)

32. Cucumbers, hybrid burpless (3)

33. Cucumbers, pickling, pint dill

34. Cucumbers, pickling pint sweet

35. Cucumbers, ripe (1)

36. Cucumber, largest (1)

37. Fruit or vegetable carving, 75% edible

38. Dill (3) stalks

39. Garlic (3 plants)

40. Eggplant, purple (1)

41. Gourds, (3) different specimens

42. Horseradish (3) roots

43. Kale (1)

44. Kale, Ornamental (1)

45. Kohlrabi, white (3)

46. Kohlrabi, purple (3)

47. Lettuce, head (1)

48. Muskmelon (1)

49. Onion, largest (1)

50. Onion, red (3)

51. Onion, white (3)

52. Onion, yellow (3)

53. Onion, yellow flat (3)

54. Parsley, stems (3) flat Italian

55. Parsley, stems (3) curly

56. Parsley, leafy

57. Parsnips (3)

58. Peas, edible pods (8)

59. Peas, in pods (8)

60. Peas, dried shelled (1) pint

61. Pepper, green large (1)

62. Pepper, red large (1)

63. Pepper, long red cayenne (3)

64. Pepper, yellow (3)

65. Pepper, small pickling (3)

66. Pepper, any other (3)

67. Peppers, hot (3)

68. Popcorn, ripe (3 ears)

69. Potato, Russet (5)

70. Potato, Norgold (5)

71. Potato, Yukon Gold (5)

72. Potato, Purple Viking (5)

73. Potato, Chieftain (5)

74. Potato, Kennebec (5)

75. Potato, Nordlund (5)

76. Potato, Pontiac (5)

77. Potato, Blue, any variety (5)

78. Potato, Other (5)

79. Potato, largest (1)

80. Pumpkin, pie (1)

81. Pumpkin, largest

82. Rhubarb (3) stalks

83. Rutabagas (3)

84. Spinach, leaf (3 leaves)

85. Squash, buttercup (1)

86. Squash, butternut (1)

87. Squash, hubbard (1)

88. Squash, flat, white or yellow(1)

89. Squash, crookneck (1)

90. Squash, spaghetti (1)

91. Squash, yellow(1)

92. Squash, zucchini, salad (1)

93. Squash, zucchini, largest

94. Squash, golden zucchini(1)

95. Squash, gray zucchini (1)

96. Any other variety Squash (1)

97. Sweet Corn (3)

98. Swiss Chard (3) stalks

99. Tomatoes, cherry, (1 pint)

100. Tomatoes, green (3) stems attached

101. Tomatoes, ripe (3) stems attached

102. Tomatoes, yellow husk (3)

103. Tomatoes, pear (3)

104. Turnips (3)

105. Watermelon, largest

106. Shallots, (3)

107. Greens, mustard (3)

108. Globe Artichokes, (3)

109. Odd-unusual vegetable (no decoration natural growth)

110. Cornucopia, 1 specimen of 1015 varieties of largest & best vegetables. Premium: 7.00 6.00 5.00

111. Salsa basket, 3 specimens of each vegetable/fruit listed with recipe & 5 oz. sample, Salsa will also be judged for favorite in savory and sweet category. Premium 7.00 6.00 25.00

HINTS to FRUIT EXHIBITORS

In estimating the comparative values of collection fruits, the judges will base such estimates strictly upon the varieties in such collection, which shall have been correctly named by the exhibitor.

In instructing such comparison of values, the judges will consider first, the value of the varieties for the purposes for which they are entered; second, the color, size and evenness of the specimens; third, the apparent carefulness in handling and the taste displayed in the arrangements of the exhibit; fourth, rejected and will not be placed on exhibition. If, in the opinion of the judge, none of the entries in the lot or class are worthy of an award, he may refuse to award any prize or prizes in such class or lot.

INSTRUCTIONS TO EXHIBITORS

1. Fruit selected for exhibition purposes should be free from blemishes of any kind, true to the type of variety, of medium size and show as nearly as possible perfect development of form and color.

2. Apples, plums, and pears should have perfect stems and should be handled in such a manner as not to destroy the natural bloom of the fruit. Stems should be left on strawberries.

3. Always wrap specimens carefully and pack in batting, excelsior straw, or some material that will prevent any possible injury during shipment. It is always advisable to send a few extra specimens.

4. Exhibitors may replace with fresh fruit any specimens that show a tendency to spot or decay at any time during the fair except when the judges are working on the class to which it belongs.

5. Decayed, injured or inferior specimens should not be exhibited. When such specimens appear, they will be considered by the judge as lowering the comparative standard of the exhibit. Taste in arrangement and neatness of exhibit will be considered by the judges in making the awards.

DIVISION 7 – FRUITS

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Apples, large (3)

2. Apples, crab, large eating (pint)

3. Apples, crab, small pickling(pint)

4. Cherries, Hansen Bush (pint)

5. Cherries, Sand Cherries (pint)

6. Chokecherries (pint)

7. Currants (pint)

8. Gooseberries (pint)

9. Plums, tame (pint)

10. Plums, wild (pint)

11. Raspberries (pint)

12. Strawberries (pint)

13. Grapes (pint, any variety)

14. Cherries (pint)

15. Pears

16. Any other variety (pint)

DIVISION 8 NATIVE WILDFLOWERS AND GRASSES

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Black Eyed Susan, 3 fresh cut blooming stems

2. Blue Grama, 3 dried seed head stems

3. Common Yarrow, 3 dried stems

4. Goldenrod, 3 dried flower stems

5. Indian-grass, 3 dried seed head stems

6. Milkweeds, 3 dried seed head stems

7. Purple Coneflower, 3 dried flower stems

8. Prairie Coneflower, 3 dried flower stems

9. Scarlet Globe-mallow, 3 dried stems

10. Canada Wildrye, 3 stems

11. Wooly Verbena, 3 dried flower stems

12. Gayfeather or Liatris, 3 dried flower stems

13. Western Wheatgrass, 3 dried seed head stems

14. Native Plant Arrangement: Groups of 3 to 6 varieties of fresh cut or dried native plants in a container suitable for gifting

15. Any others, identify, 3 stems

Dried exhibits or flowers or grasses shall be fully dry, freeze dry materials or sprays are not permitted, exhibit shall be collected in a bundle, tied and then wrapped in florist tissue.

DIVISION 9 – GARDEN SCARECROW

Height is 34 foot, Arm spread is 2-3 foot, Must be secured to or combined with a 6 foot pointed stake in a 5 gallon bucket of sand. YOUTH is ages 5-12 as of 6-13. ADULT is ages 13 and over as of 6/19. TRADITIONAL is farm or garden scarecrow made of straw, hay, etc. NONTRADITIONAL is made of paper mache or plastic, etc.

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Traditional, adult

2. Nontraditional, adult

3. Character or Celebrity look a like, adult

4. Traditional, youth

5. Nontraditional, youth

6. Character or Celebrity lookalike, youth

DIVISION 10 – HERBS

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Display of herbs, minimum of 7 different herbs, labeled

2. Healing/Medicinal collection: 36 herbs, labeled with name and use

3. Kitchen Collection: 36 herbs to enhance cooking, labeled

4. Tea Collection: 36 herbs for making teas, labeled with name

5. Herbal Vinegar, White; pint jar or decorative bottle

6. Herbal Vinegar, Wine; pint jar or decorative bottle

7. Herbal Vinegar, Cider; pint jar or decorative bottle

8. Fragrance herbs, Sachet, labeled herbs

9. Fragrance herbs, Sleep pillow, label herbs

10 Fragrance herbs, Hot pads, label herbs.

11. Potpourri: flower petals and leaves preserved for fragrant qualities; arranged in attractive container

12. Wreath: an assortment of herbs, fresh or dried woven into a wreath suitable for hanging, wreath support can be used

13. Any other herb, labeled

DEPARTMENT H

AMATEUR FLORICULTURE

Superintendent

All entries are open to the public and any amateur gardener or designer. If you enter the flower show, you are entered in the fair. Entry cards are available from the County Extension office, the Malta Dirt Daubers Garden Club and the P.C. Fair office.

Entries will be received from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on August 1 at the Phillips County Fair Floriculture Booth, Dodson, Montana. No entry may be removed from the show prior to 4:00 PM on August 4 and all entries must be removed prior to 5:00 PM.

Judging is by the National Council of Accredited Judges will begin at 9:00 AM. The judging will be closed to the public until judging is complete. The judges, clerks and chairman will be present.

The decision of the judges are final. Awards may be withheld if not merited.

Each exhibitor is limited to one entry per class, except in the Horticulture Division.

Use of Montana's native plants, noxious plants and those on the conservation list are not permitted except for Educational Exhibits.

Emphasis is on fresh plant material. No artificial plant material is allowed in any division. All plant material must be fresh and grown by the exhibitor. Must not be altered.

Due care will be taken of all entries. The show or fair cannot be held responsible for loss or damage.

The superintendent of Floriculture and classification committee has the authority to subdivide classes as necessary.

Exhibitors should provide clear containers for cut specimens. Some clear containers will be available for use.

All blooms are to be one color, unless otherwise stated.

Exhibits will be disqualified if they do not contain the exact number of flowers required in each lot.

Where stalks are called for - all the flowers are carried on one stalk.

Where spikes are called for - all the flowers carried by one spike – no side shoot or side stems will be considered.

Where sprays are called for – all the flowers carried on a branched stem.

Where stems are called for - one flower to each stem, does not include a separate stem growing from main stem.

Petunias should be 6 – 8 inches long.

Clematis bloom to be displayed in vase where petals rest on edge.

Unopened buds on top of hollyhock and gladiolus may not be cut off.

Immediately after cutting, plunge bloom into a bucket of salt water to dislodge any insects, then rinse in clear water.

Please put tall flowers - such as glads - in tall vase. Clear tape or plastic wrap may be used to keep stems upright in vase.

Remove all foliage from below the water line.

Your Exhibitor Number will be the same as previous years.

DIVISION 1

SEC. NO.

Premiums: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Asters, any variety, 3 blooms

2. Baby's Breath, white, 1 stalk

3. Baby's Breath, pink, 1 stalk

4. Bachelor's Buttons, annual, 3 stems, 1 color, with some foliage, side stems removed

5. Bee Balm (Monarda), 3 stems

6. Bells of Ireland, 3 spikes, foliage removed including small leaves among blooms

7. Calendulas/Pot Marigold, 3 blooms

8. Bellflower, 3 stems

9. Chrysanthemum, medium, over 3 inches, 3 sprays

10. Chrysanthemum, small, under 3 inches, 3 sprays

11. Clematis, 1 bloom, without foliage

12. Coreopsis, 3 stems, one variety

13. Dahlia, large, over 6 inches , 1 bloom

14. Dahlia, medium, 4 to 6 inches, 1 bloom

15. Dahlia, small, 2 to 4 inches, 3 blooms, may be different colors

16. Dahlia, Pompom, under 2", must be Ball type, 5 blooms, may be different colors

17. Daisy, Gloriosa, annual, 3 stems with foliage

18. Daisy, Shasta, (Leucanthemum), 3 stems, one variety

19. Daisy, Black–Eyed Susan, (Rudbeckia) perennial 3 stems

20. Delphinium, regular, 1 spike, remove side shoots

21. Delphinium, miniature, 3 sprays

22. Echinacea, coneflower, 3 stems

23. Fox Glove, 1 stem

24. Geranium, zonal, 1 bloom head

25. Geranium, ivy, 1 bloom head

26. Geranium, Martha Washington, 1 bloom head

27. Gladiolus, 1 spike, red

28. Gladiolus, 1 spike, pink to red

29. Gladiolus, 1 spike, yellow

30. Gladiolus, 1 spike, lavender

31. Gladiolus, 1 spike, purple

32. Gladiolus, 1 spike, smoke

33. Gladiolus, 1 spike, white

34. Gladiolus, 1 spike, green

35. Gladiolus, 1 spike, orange

36. Gladiolus, 1 spike, peach through salmon

37. Gladiolus, 1 spike, blue through red

38. Gladiolus, 1 spike, white through cream

39. Gladiolus, 1 spike, bi-color

40. Gladiolus, 1 spike, miniature

41. Globe Thistle, 1 stem with foliage

42. Heliopsis, 1 stem

43. Hydrangea, 1 branch with bloom and foliage

44. Larkspur, annual, 3 spikes one color

45. Liatris/blazing star, 3 stalks

46. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem, orange or red

47. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem, pink

48. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem, white

49. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem, yellow

50. Lily, Asiatic, 1 stem, any other color

51. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem, orange or red

52. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem, pink

53. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem, white

54. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem, yellow

55. Lily, Oriental, 1 stem, any other color

56. Tiger Lily, 1 stem

57. Lily, any other not named, name variety, 1 stem

58. Day Lily (Hemerocallis), 1 stalk

59. Maltese Cross, 1 stem over 8 inches

60. Marigold, African, over 3 inches, 3 blooms same color same variety, with some foliage

61. Marigold, African, under 3 inches, 3 blooms same color same variety, with some foliage

62. Marigold, French double, up to 2 inches, 5 blooms same color same variety, with some foliage

63. Marigold, French single, up to 2 inches, 5 blooms same color same variety, with some foliage

64. Marigolds, Signet, 5 sprays same color same variety, with some foliage

65. Nasturtiums, 3 stems, 1 color

66. Obedient Plant (Physostegia), 3 blooms, no foliage

67. Pansies, over 3 inches, 5 blooms, no foliage

68. Pansies, under 3 inches, 5 blooms, no foliage

69. Petunias, double, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

70. Petunias, single, grandiflora, 3½ inches or over, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

71. Petunias, single large, 3 to 3½ inches, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

72. Petunias, single small, 2 to 3 inches, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

73. Petunias, single fantasy, 1 to 1½ inches, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

74. Petunias, wave or spreading, 3 sprays with foliage and flowers

75. Phlox, Annual, 3 heads

76. Phlox, Perennial, 1 head, 12 to 18 inches

77. Pinks, annual, 3 stems

78. Pinks, perennial, 3 stems

79. Salvia, annual, 3 spikes, 1 color

80. Salvia, perennial, 3 spikes, 1 color

81. Sedum, tall, green, 1 stem

82. Snapdragons, 3 spikes, single

83. Snapdragons, 3 spikes, double

84. Snapdragons, dwarf, 3 spikes

85. Statice, Soiree, 3 stalks

86. Statice, German, 3 stalks

87. Stocks, 3 spikes

88. Sunflower, 1 large, bloom over 6 inches

89 Sunflower, 1 small, bloom under 6 inches

90. Sunflower, 1 stem, ornamental/branching

91. Sweet Peas, 5 blooms, 1 color, no foliage

92. Sweet William, 3 stems

93. Verbenas, 3 stems with foliage and all flowers

94. Violas, 5 sprays with foliage and all flowers

95. Veronica, 3 spikes

96. Zinnias, 3 inches or more, 3 blooms, 1 color

97. Zinnias, under 3 inches, 5 blooms, 1 color

98. Zinnias, baby pompon, 3 stems with all flowers

99. Any perennial not listed, (identify), 3 stems or blooms

100. Any annual not listed, (identify), 3 stems or blooms

DIVISION 1

Sec. No. 2

1. Rose, Red, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

2. Rose, Pink, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

3. Rose, White, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

4. Rose, Orange, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

5. Rose, Yellow, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

6. Rose, any other, hybrid tea, 1 stem (disbudded), long stem with foliage

7. Rose, Red, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

8. Rose, Pink, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

9. Rose, White, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

10. Rose, Orange, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

11. Rose, Yellow, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

12. Rose, any other, floribunda, 1 spray with foliage

13. Rose, Red, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

14. Rose, Pink, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

15. Rose, White, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

16. Rose Orange, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

17. Rose, Yellow, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

18. Rose, any other, shrub, 1 spray with foliage

19. Rose, miniature, any color, 1 spray with foliage

DIVISION 2

Arrangements-Fair with Flair

Designs are the work of the exhibitor. All exhibits must contain some plant material, fresh and/or dried as specified. No artificial flowers, fruit or foliage are permitted. Dried plant material may be treated and used unless otherwise specified. Living plants with roots may be used. Plant material need not be grown by the exhibitor. Accessories or features may be used. In an effort to educate, plant material must be listed on a card. It is recommended the artistic concept also be stated on the card. Innovative staging is permitted. Exhibits may not exceed 18" deep or 24" wide except for mini designs unless stated otherwise.

SEC. NO. 1 Petite Award

Premium 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Ranch Rodeo-5" miniature, designer's choice. Complete freedom choosing design and material, staged on a 5" W and 5"D white covered table space, provided. White background. Underlay and background permitted

2. Cotton Candy-Pretty in Pink, 5" miniature, designer's choice. Complete freedom choosing design and material, staged on a 5" W by 5" D white table space, provided. White background. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Blowing In the Wind-3" miniature, designer's choice. Complete freedom choosing design and material, staged on a 3" W and 3" D white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

SEC. NO. 2 Designer's Choice Award

Premium 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Ferris Wheel-sitting on top of the world. A creative line design where line is dominant with a minimum of plant material and other components. Staged on an 18" D and 24" W white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

2. Tilt-A-Whirl. A creative design with designer's choice of design type and plant material. Staged on an 18" D and 24" W white covered table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Hanging Around at the Fair. A framed spatial design organized as a single unit suspended in a frame or frame-like structure. Staged on an 18" D by 24" W white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

SEC. NO. 3 Fresh Plant Material

Premium 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. A Fair Memory. A creative design staged on an 18" D by 24 W white covered table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

2. Night on the Midway. An illuminary design incorporating lights for special effect and is an integral part of the design. Staged on an 18" D and 24" W white covered table spaced, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Fireworks, Shooting Stars. A creative design staged on an 18" D by 24" W white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

DIVISION 3

Botanical Arts, Creativity at its Best. Must contain some plant material. No artificial plant material allowed.

SEC. NO. 1

Premium 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Merry Go-Around-wreath or swag

2. A Prize Winner-summer hat

3. Sunny Days-Tussie Mussie

DIVISION 4

Container Grown Mini Gardens-The Fair's Playground

A miniature landscape/scene, such as a Fairy garden, diorama, etc. Accessories are permitted. Some live plant material may be included.

SEC. NO. 1

Premium 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Rollercoaster-cactus or succulent dish garden including 3-6 plants

2. Dream World- dish garden, fairy garden, terrarium including 3-6 plants

DIVISION 5

AGES UP TO 8 YEARS

Arrangements

SEC. NO. 1

Premium: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Derby Cars-a creative design with fresh plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

2. Off to the Races-a creative design with dried plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Animals on Parade-a creative design using vegetables, fruit and other plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

SEC. NO. 2

AGES 9 TO 12 YEARS

Premium: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Derby Cars-a creative design with fresh plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

2. Off to the Races-a creative design with dried plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Animals on Parade-a creative design using vegetables, fruit and other plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

SEC. NO. 3

AGES 13 TO 16 YEARS

Premium: 5.00 4.00 3.00

1. Derby Cars-a creative design with fresh plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

2. Off to the Races-a creative design with dried plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

3. Animals on Parade-a creative design using vegetables, fruit and other plant material. Staged on a 12" X 12" white table space, provided. Underlay and background permitted.

DIVISION 6

EDUCATION-Sharing Knowledge

SEC. NO. 1

Premium: 5.00 4.00 3.00

Educational exhibits may be the work of more than one individual or organization. The exhibit may be up to 18 Sq. Feet of surface area. Plant material is not required, but is encouraged. No artificial plant material is permitted.

1. Smokey Bear Woodsy Owl-an educational history of the program on how to prevent wild fires.

2. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle-an educational program on protecting the environment.

3. Any Other Educational-to be identified by the exhibitor

DEPARTMENT I CULINARY

Wendy Simanton, Superintendent

No entries may be exhibited for more than one prize

DIVISION 1 – BAKED FOODS

Enter one fourth cake – except whole cake for decorated party cake.

Enter one fourth loaf of bread.

Enter one pie wedge.

All exhibits are to be made from scratch and not a mix. The medium size loaves of bread (about 4x4x9), cakes, cookies,

Decorated cakes will be judged on decorations only and may be dummy cakes.

EXHIBITS SHOULD BE DISPLAYED ON PAPER PLATES AND IN PLASTIC BAGS. (PREFERABLY ZIPLOCK.)

YEAST BREADS AND ROLLS

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 (except for #44.)

1. White Bread, 1\4 loaf

2. Rye Bread, 1\4 loaf

3. Raisin Bread, 1\4 loaf

4. Gluten free bread, ¼ loaf and identify

5. Sourdough Bread, 1\4 loaf

6. 100% Whole Wheat Bread, 1\4 loaf

7. Machine Bread, ¼ loaf

8. Other Bread ¼ loaf & identify

9. Coffee Bread, ¼ loaf

10. Tea Ring, 1\4 ring

11. Plain Rolls, three

12. Fancy Rolls, three

13. Cinnamon Rolls, three

14. Whole Wheat Rolls, three

15. Carmel Rolls, three

16. Bread Sticks, three

17. Sandwich Buns, three

QUICK BREADS, ROLLS AND BISCUITS

18. Raisin Bread, 1\4 loaf

19. Other Bread, ¼ loaf & identify

20. Banana Bread, 1\4 loaf

21. Nut Bread, 1\4 loaf

22. Zucchini Bread, 1\4 loaf

23. Ginger Bread, 1\4 loaf

24. Baking Powder Biscuits, three

25. Bran Muffins, three

26. Fruit Muffins, three

27. Cornbread, three pieces

28. Pocket Bread , three

CAKES

29. Coconut Layer Cake, white, frosted 1\4 cake

30. Chiffon Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

31. Spice Loaf Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

32. Sponge Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

33. Angel Food, unfrosted, ¼ cake

34. Chocolate Layer Cake, chocolate frosting, 1\4 cake

35. White layer Cake, chocolate frosting, 1\4 cake

36. Bundt Cake, 1\4 cake

37. Coffee Cake, 1\4 cake

38. Carrot Cake, 1\4 cake

39. Applesauce Cake, 1\4 cake, frosted

40. Marble Cake, 1\4 cake

41. Pound cake, ¼ cake and identify

42. Gluten free cake, ¼ cake and identify

43. Holiday Fruit Cake, 1/4 cake

44. Decorated Party Cake, whole cake 7.00 6.00 5.00

COOKIES

45. Ginger Cookies, soft, three

46. Ginger Cookies, snap, three

47. Sugar Cookies, three

48. Fruit Filled Cookies, three

49. Oatmeal Cookies, three

50. Icebox Cookies, three

51. Chip Cookies, three

52. Peanut Butter Cookies, three

53. Chocolate Cookies, three frosted or unfrosted

54. Novelty Cookies, three

55. Brownies, three

56. Fruit Bars, three

57. Other Bars, three

58. Spice Cookies, three

59. Gluten free cookie, three, identify

PIES

60. Cherry Pie, one wedge

61. Apple Pie, one wedge

62. Rhubarb Pie, one wedge

63. Blueberry Pie, one wedge

64. Raisin Pie, one wedge

65. Peach Pie, one wedge

66. Pecan Pie, one wedge

67 Pie Shell, unfilled

68. Other Pie, one wedge (no cream pies)

MISCELLANEOUS

69. Doughnuts, three, raised

70. Doughnuts, three, cake

71. Cream Puffs, no filling, three

72. Jelly Roll, (1\4 roll)

DRIED FOODS

Premium: 3.00 2.00

73. Fruit leather (3 pieces and identify)

74. Dried fruit (1\2 cup and identify)

75. Trail Snacks (½ cup)

76. Dried jerky (3 pieces and identify)

77. Hamburger jerky (3 pieces and identify)

78. Dried vegetables (1\4 cup and identify)

79. Dried herb (2 Tbsp. and identify)

2019 SPECIAL CHOICES MISCELLANEOUS

Honey Category

Must contain 51% honey as sweetener

80. White Bread, 1\4 loaf

81. Whole Wheat Bread, 1\4 loaf

82. Oatmeal Bread, 1\4 loaf

83. Oatmeal cookies, 3

84. Chocolate chip cookies, 3

85. Filled cookies, 3 (identify filling)

86. Honey devil's food Cake (honey frosting), ¼ cake

87. Honey spice Cake (honey frosting) ¼ cake

88. Honey applesauce Cake (honey frosting), ¼ cake

89. Honey gingerbread Cake, no frosting, ¼ cake

DIVISION 2 CANNED FOODS

Exhibit canned fruits and vegetables in standard quart or pint jars. Jellies and Jams should be exhibited in standard jars.

PRODUCTS MUST HAVE BEEN CANNED SINCE LAST FAIR.

Canned vegetables should be uniform in size and shape, solid, economical and attractive, not fancy, packed, liquid clear. Container must be neat, clean, standard jars (leave a ring on jar), marked with method of processing (pressure, cold packs etc).

Canned fruit to be scored as excellent should be carefully selected and should have the characteristic flavor with as perfect form as possible.

Pickled vegetables should be small in size.

Jars may be opened in close competition when considered necessary by the judge.

One jar constitutes an entry, except for collections.

VEGETABLES

SEC NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 (unless otherwise noted.)

1. Beets, sliced

2. Beets, small whole

3. Carrots, small whole

4. Carrots, small sliced

5. Corn, off cob

6. Tomatoes, red

7. Peas

8. Greens, (spinach, beet tops, or Swiss chard)

9. Yellow String beans, pot cut

10. Green String beans, pot cut

11. Mixed Vegetables

12. Other Vegetables

13. Sauerkraut

14. Sauce with Tomato Base

15. Ketchup

16. Garlic, whole

FRUITS

17. Other Fruit

18. Bing Cherries

19. Plums, red or blue

20. Wild plum

21. Peaches

22. Pears

23. Apricots

24. Rhubarb

25. Mixed Fruit Salad

26. Fruit Sauce

PICKLES AND RELISHES

27. Cucumber pickles, sweet

28. Cucumber pickles, dill

29. Cucumber pickles, with food coloring

30. Watermelon Pickles

31. Ripe cucumbers

32. Crab Apple, pickles

33. Onion pickles

34. Chow chow

35. Miscellaneous Pickles

36. Bread and Butter pickles

37. Beet pickles, dill or plain

38. Peppers, pickled

39. Vegetables, pickles

40. Beet Relish

41. Corn relish

42. Zucchini relish

43. Cucumber relish

44. Best Collection of 3 Jars of Different Pickles 6.00 5.00 4.00

MEATS

45. Canned Wild Game

46. Canned fish

47. Canned fowl

48. Canned beef

49. Canned pork

50. Chili or soup

51. Canned mincemeat

52. Canned eggs

SOFT SPREADS

53. Berry Jam

54. Fruit Jam

55. Berry Jelly

56. Fruit Jelly

57. Syrup

58. Fruit Butter

59. Other Spreads

60. Best collection of 3 jars of different jam 6.00 5.00 4.00

61. Best collection of 3 jars of different jelly 6.00 5.00 4.00

62. Best collection of 3 jars of different Syrup 6.00 5.00 4.00

Other Canning

63. Barbeque Sauce, pint

64. Ketchup, pint

65. Mustard, pint

66. Pizza Sauce, pint

67. Spaghetti Sauce, meatless, pint

68. Tomato Sauce, pint

69. Salsa, fruit, pint

70. Salsa, vegetable, pint

71. Vinegar, fruit, pint (identify)

72. Vinegar, herbal, pint (identify)

73. Vinegar, garlic, pint

74. Apple Juice, pint

75. Grape Juice, pint

76. Tomato Juice, pint

77. Juice, Other, pint (identify)

78. Dried Fruit and/or Herb Gift Package 5.00 4.00

79. Canned Fruit, Vegetable, Meat Gift Package 5.00 4.00

80. Jams, Jelly, Spreads Gift Package 5.00 4.00

81. Pickles and Relishes Gift Package 5.00 4.00

82. Other Canning Gift Package (identify) 5.00 4.00

Gift Package Rules: Items must be displayed in a basket or decorated container. Cellophane wrappers will be removed for judging. Entry will be judged in originality of total gift package. Quality of individually preserved foods will also be considered; however, judge is not likely to open containers. Each package must contain a combination of 3-5 varieties of items.

DIVISION 3 – HOMEMADE CANDIES

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Chocolate fudge, 3 pieces, w/sugar & chocolate

2. Chocolate fudge, 3 pieces, w/marshmallow

3. Penuche, 3 pieces

4. Caramels, 3 pieces

5. Chocolates, hand dipped 3 pieces

6. Mints, 3 pieces

7. Suckers, 3

8. Chocolate Molds, 3 different

9. Peanut Brittle, 3 pieces

10. Divinity, 3 pieces

11. Other Candy, 3 pieces

DIVISION 4 – DAIRY PRODUCTS

Montana grades shall be the basis of judging exhibits and no prizes will be awarded to a dozen eggs which do not come up to the grades of large special.

Definition: Large special eggs shall average 24 ounces to the dozen, no individual egg weighing less than 2 ounces; of clean sound shell, dimly visible yolk, a firm white and air space the size of a dime.

SEC. NO.

Premium: Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. One dozen Large Special White Eggs

2. One dozen Large Special Brown Eggs

3. One dozen Large Special Other Eggs

Agnes Young Memorial Angel Food Cake, Ribbon presented by family for best cake, no mixes.

DIVISION 5 – BAKED FOODS AND CANDIES

Boys and Girls 12 and under

Enter one fourth cake except whole cake for decorated party cake.

Enter one fourth loaf of bread.

Enter one pie wedge.

All exhibits are to be made from scratch and not a mix.

The medium size loaves of bread (about 4x4x9), cakes, cookies, etc. are to be considered preferable to the very large or very small size.

EXHIBITS SHOULD BE DISPLAYED ON PAPER PLATES AND IN PLASTIC BAGS (PREFERABLY ZIPLOCK.)

BREADS, ROLLS, AND BISCUITS

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 (Unless otherwise noted)

1. White Bread, 1\4 loaf

2. Raisin Bread, 1\4 loaf

3. Banana Bread, 1\4 loaf

4. Nut Bread, 1\4 loaf

5. Zucchini Bread, 1\4 loaf

6. Gluten free Bread, 1\4 loaf & identity

7. 100% Whole Wheat Bread, 1\4 loaf

8. Machine Bread ¼ loaf

9. Whole Wheat Rolls three

10 Plain Rolls, three

11. Fancy Rolls, three

12. Cinnamon Rolls, three

13. Baking Powder Biscuits, three

14. Sandwich Buns, three

15. Bran Muffins, three

16. Fruit Muffins, three

17. Cornbread, three pieces

CAKES

18. Spice Loaf Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

19. Chocolate Layer cake, Chocolate frosting, ¼ cake

20. Layer Cake made from mix, ¼ cake

21. Coffee Cake, 1\4 cake

22. Carrot Cake, 1\4 cake

23. Applesauce Cake, frosted, 1\4 cake

24. Cupcakes, unfrosted, three

25. Cupcakes, party decorated, three

COOKIES

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

26. Ginger Cookies, (three, soft)

27. Ginger Cookies, (three, snap)

28. Sugar cookies (three)

29. Fruit Filled Cookies, (three)

30. Oatmeal Cookies (three)

31. Icebox Cookies (three)

32. Chocolate Chip Cookies (three)

33. Peanut Butter Cookies (three)

34. Chocolate Cookies (three)

35. Brownies (three)

36. Date Bars (three)

37. Other Bars (three)

38. Spice Cookies (three)

39. No Bake Cookies (three)

MISCELLANEOUS

40. Pie, any flavor (No Cream Pies), one wedge

41. Cream Puffs, no filling, three

HOMEMADE CANDIES

42. Chocolate fudge, 3 pieces, cooked

43. Chocolate fudge, 3 pieces, quick

44. Caramels, 3 pieces

DIVISION 6 – BAKED FOODS AND CANDIES

Boys and Girls 13 to 18 years old

Enter one fourth cake except whole cake for decorated party cake.

Enter one fourth loaf of bread.

Enter one pie wedge.

All exhibits are to be made from scratch and not a mix.

The medium size loaves of bread (about 4x4x9), cakes, cookies, etc. are to be considered preferable to the very large or very small size. EXHIBITS SHOULD BE DISPLAYED ON PAPER PLATES AND IN PLASTIC BAGS (PREFERABLY ZIPLOCK.)

BREADS, ROLLS AND BISCUITS

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. White Bread, 1\4 loaf

2. Raisin Bread, 1\4 loaf

3. Banana Bread, 1\4 loaf

4. Nut Bread, 1\4 loaf

5. Zucchini Bread, 1\4 loaf

6. Gluten free Bread, 1\4 loaf & identity

7. Sourdough Bread, ¼ loaf

8. 100 % Whole Wheat Bread, 1\4 loaf

9. Whole Wheat rolls, three

10. Machine Bread

11. Coffee Bread, 1\4 loaf

12. Ginger Bread, 1\4 loaf

13. Tea Ring, 1\4 ring

14. Plain Rolls, three

15. Fancy Rolls, three

16. Cinnamon Rolls, three

17. Baking Powder Biscuits, three

18. Sandwich Buns, three

19. Bran Muffins, three

20. Fruit Muffins, three

21. Cornbread, three pieces

22. Other bread, ¼ loaf or three pieces identify

CAKES

23. Coconut Layer Cake, white frosted 1\4 cake

24. Chiffon Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

25. Spice Loaf Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

26. Sponge Cake, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

27. Angel Food, unfrosted, 1\4 cake

28. Chocolate Layer Cake, chocolate frosted, 1\4 cake

29. White layer Cake with chocolate frosting, 1\4 cake

30. Bundt Cake, 1\4 cake

31. Coffee Cake, 1\4 cake

32. Carrot Cake, 1\4 cake

33. Applesauce Cake, frosted, 1\4 cake

34. Marble Cake, 1\4 cake

35. Gluten free Cake, identify, ¼ cake

36. Holiday Fruit Cake, 1\4 cake

37. Cupcakes, unfrosted, three

38. Cupcakes, party decorated, three

COOKIES

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

39. Ginger Cookies, three, soft

40. Ginger Cookies, three, snap

41. Sugar Cookies, three

42. Fruit Filled Cookies, three

43. Oatmeal Cookies, three

44. Icebox Cookies, three

45. Chocolate Chip Cookies, three

46. Peanut Butter Cookies, three

47. Chocolate Cookies, three

48. Novelty Cookies, three

49. Brownies, three

50. Date Bars, three

51. Other Bars, three

52. Butter Spritz, three

53. Spice Cookies, three

54. Gluten free Cookies, identify, three

MISCELLANEOUS

55. Pies, any flavor, no cream pies, one wedge

56. Doughnuts, three, raised

57. Doughnuts, three, cake

58. Cream Puffs, no filling, three

59. Jelly Roll, 1\4 roll

HOMEMADE CANDIES

60. Divinity, 3 pieces

61. Chocolate Fudge, 3 pieces, cooked

62. Chocolate Fudge, 3 pieces, quick

63. Penuche, 3 pieces

64. Taffy, 3 pieces

65. Caramels, 3 pieces

66. Chocolates, hand dipped, three

67. Mints, 3 pieces

68. Suckers, three different

69. Chocolate molds, 3 pieces

70. Peanut Brittle, 3 pieces

DEPARTMENT J

HOME NEEDLEWORK, ART AND HOBBIES

Kay Harms, Superintendent

Prizes will be paid only on articles listed.

Every article must be the work of the exhibitor.

No premiums will be allowed for articles purchased, borrowed or received as gifts.

Articles competing for prizes must have been completed within the year preceding the exhibit.

DIVISION 1 – HOME SEWING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 5.00 4.00

1. Man's shirt

2. Ladies shirt

3. Dress, any fabric

4. Coat, any material

5. Jacket

6. Man's pants

7. Ladies pants

8. Vest, down or synthetic fill

9. Men's Western shirt

10. Ladies Western shirt

11. Shorts

12. Apron

13. Suit, 2-3 pieces

14. Other

DIVISION 2 – ADULT SEWING FOR CHILDREN'S CLOTHING (16 AND UNDER)

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Coat

2. Dress, child

3. Dress, infant

4. Girl's blouse

5. Boy's shirt

6. Night gown

7. Pajamas

8. Girl's Western Shirt

9. Boy's Western Shirt

10. Girl's skirt

11. Girl's shorts

12. Girl's pants

13. Boy's pants

14. Boy's shorts

15. Vest

16. Apron

17. Suit, 2-3 pieces

18. Other

DIVISION 3 – QUILTING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 5.00 4.00

1. Quilt, pieced

2. Quilt, hand quilted

3. Quilt, machine quilted

4. Quilt, long arm quilted

5. Quilt, tied

6. Lap Robe

7. Crib quilt, appliqued

8. Crib quilt, pieced

9. Crib quilt, embroidery

10. Crib quilt, hand quilted

11. Quilt, strip

12. Quilt, jean material

13. Quilt, rag

14. Quilt, Holiday theme

15. Place Mats, set of 2-4

16. Table Runner

17. Wall hanging

18. Wall hanging, picture

19. Quilt, Patriotic

20. Quilt, Picture

21. Quilt, Miniature

22. Quilt, paper pieced

23. Quilt, Beginner's First Quilt

24. Quilt, made by a group

25. Quilted bag or tote

26. Quilt, other item, identify

DIVISION 4 – CROSS STITCH

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Tablecloth

2. Counted X, picture

3. Counted X, wall hanging

4. Counted X, pillow cover

5. Counted X, Christmas item

6. Counted X, Holiday item

7. Stamped, quilt

8. Stamped, other

9. Counted X, other

DIVISION 5 – COLORED EMBROIDERY

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Cushion cover

2. Pillow cases

3. Scarf or vanity set

4. Tea towels

5. Tablecloth

6. Wall hanging

7. Quilt

8. Other

DIVISION 6 – CROCHETING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Afghan, lap size, Afghan stitch

2. Afghan, lap size, granny squares

3. Afghan, lap size, ripple stitch

4. Afghan, lap size, embroidered

5. Afghan, lap size, any other stitch

6. Afghan, large, Afghan stitch

7. Afghan, large, granny squares

8. Afghan, large, ripple stitch

9. Afghan, large, embroidered

10. Afghan, large, any other stitch

11. Afghan, baby, any stitch

12. Cap or hat

13. Stuffed Toy

14. Bag or purse

15. Doily, large

16. Doily, 12 " or under

17. Edging on towel

18. Hot Dish pads

19. Hot Dish holders

20. Slippers

21. Mittens/gloves

22. Sweater

23. Doll Clothes

24. Christmas ornament

25. Scarf, decorative winter

26. Rug

27. Any other, identify

DIVISION 7– KNITTING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 5.00 4.00 (unless otherwise noted.)

1. Afghan, large, fisherman stitch

2. Afghan, baby

3. Afghan, large embroidered

4. Afghan, lap size, embroidered

5. Afghan, lap size, ripple stitch

6. Afghan, large, ripple stitch

7. Afghan, lap size, sampler

8. Afghan, large, sampler

9. Afghan, lap size, honeycomb stitch

10. Afghan, lap size, any other stitch

11. Afghan, large, any other stitch

12. Afghan, large, honeycomb stitch

13. Toy, stuffed 4.00 3.00

14. Gloves or mittens

15. Slippers

16. Stole

17. Sweater, bulky

18. Child's sweater

19. Doll clothes

20. Rug

21. Other

DIVISION 8-WEAVING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Placemats

2. Basket

3. Rug

4. Loomed product

5. Other

DIVISION 9 – WOMEN PAST 60

SEC. NO.

Premium: Varies

1. Afghan

2. Afghan, other

3. Crochet Doily, large

4. Crochet Doily, 12" or under

5. Cross stitch, pillow cases

6. Cross stitch, tea towels

7. Cross stitch, table runner

8. Cross stitch, other

9. Embroidery, pillow cases

10. Embroidery, tea towels

11. Embroidery, other

12. Pot holders

13. Hot dish pads

14. Knitting, other

15. Pillow cover

16. Pillow cover, other

17. Tablecloth, other

18. Quilt, embroidery

19. Quilt, applique

20. Quilt, hand quilted

21. Quilt, machine quilted

22. Quilt, long arm

23. Quilt, pieced

24. Quilt, strip

25. Quilt, tied

26. Quilt, child

27. Other

DIVISION 10 – BOYS AND GIRLS 8 TO 12

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Apron

2. Cross stitch

3. Doll clothes

4. Embroidery

5. Sewing, pajamas/gown

6. Sewing, shorts

7. Sewing, other

8. Counted X Stitch

9. Pin Cushion

10. Pot holders

11. Pillow

12. Pillow case

13. Place mats, set of 2

14. Fabric Basket

15. Stuffed Toy

16. Patriotic item

17. Other, identify

DIVISION 11 – BOYS AND GIRLS 13 TO 18

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Apron

2. Crocheting

3. Counted X Stitch

4. Doll clothes

5. Embroidery

6. Knitting

7. Sewing

8. Sewing, other

9. Lounge Pants

10. Pot holders

11. Quilt

12. Pillow

13. Pillowcase

14. Decorated Sweatshirt

15. Stuffed toy

16. Fabric basket

17. Patriotic

18. Table runner

19. Other sewing

DIVISION 12 – FREE HAND DRAWING-Adult

(All art work must be mounted individually)

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Chalk, crayon or pastel, animal

2. Chalk, crayon or pastel, fish

3. Chalk, crayon or pastel, fowl

4. Chalk, crayon or pastel, portrait

5. Chalk, crayon or pastel, still life

6. Chalk, crayon or pastel, landscape

7. Charcoal or pencil, animal

8. Charcoal or pencil, fish

9. Charcoal or pencil, fowl

10. Charcoal or pencil, portrait

11. Charcoal or pencil, still life

12. Charcoal or pencil, landscape

13. Pen and ink, animal

14. Pen and ink, fish

15. Pen and ink, fowl

16. Pen and ink, portrait

17. Pen and ink, still life

18. Pen and ink, landscape

19. Colored pen or pencil, animal

20. Colored pen or pencil, fish

21. Colored pen or pencil, fowl

22. Colored pen or pencil, portrait

23. Colored pen or pencil, still life

24. Colored pen or pencil, landscape

25. Scratch board

26. Felt tip/Marker

27. Old Buildings

28. Machinery

29. Other

DIVISION 13 – OIL PAINTING-Adult

(All art must be mounted or framed individually)

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Animal

2. Fish

3. Fowl

4. Portrait

5. Seascape

6. Still Life

7. Abstract on nonobjective modern

8. Winter scene

9. Sunrise or Sunset

10. Flowers

11. Domestic animals

12. Old buildings

13. Machinery

14. Patriotic

15. Other

DIVISION 14 – WATER COLOR PAINTING=Adult

(All art must be mounted or framed individually)

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Animal

2. Fish

3. Fowl

4. Portrait

5. Seascape

6. Still Life

7. Abstract

8. Winter scene

9. Sunrise or Sunset

10. Landscape

11. Floral Study

12. Western Motif

13. Old Buildings

14. Machinery

15. Domestic Animal

16. Patriotic

17. Other

DIVISION 15– ACRYLIC PAINTING-Adult

(All art must be mounted or framed individually)

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Animal

2. Fish

3. Fowl

4. Portrait

5. Seascape

6. Still Life

7. Abstract

8. Winter scene

9. Sunrise or Sunset

10. Landscape

11. Floral Study

12. Western Motif

13. Old Buildings

14. Machinery

15. Domestic Animal

16. Patriotic

17. Dishes, painted

18. Other

DIVISION 16 – LEATHERWORK

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Belts

2. Billfolds

3. Cases

4. Moccasins

5. Purses or bag

6. Western

7. Checkbook cover

8. Album or scrapbook cover

9. Gloves

10. Other

DIVISION 17 - TRADITIONAL NATIVE BEADWORK

1. Dress, fancy buckskin, ribbon, shell or teeth

2. Shirt

3. Shawl or Cape

4. Pants, buckskin

5. Wall Decoration

6. Traditional Basket

7. Quilt

8. Belt

9. Drum

10. Scabbard

11. Hair Accessories

12. Jewelry, quill/beaded

13. Beading, other

14. Dancing Stick

15. Cradle Boards

16. Fans

17. Equine Accessories, blankets, bridles, etc.

18. Moccasins

19. Other, identify

PHOTOGRAPHY RULES

ADVANCED-refers to those who have exhibited and won first prizes or who have professional training or education.

AMATEUR-refers to those who have not previously won first prizes and have had little or no training.

An exhibitor can place into a higher level if they feel qualified to compete, but can't go to a lower level.

Please ask the Open Class Clerks to clarify any questions or your level.

DIVISION 18 – PHOTOGRAPHY – BLACK AND WHITE- Adult

Pictures must be mounted on stiff material or framed

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Action

2. Wildlife

3. Domestic Animals

4. Portraits

5. Scenery

6. Still Life

7. Collection of 3 favorite photos

8. Old Buildings

9. Animal Portrait

10. Old Machinery

11. People

12. Flowers

13. Landscape

14. Skies

15. Water

16. Winter Scene

17. Insect, fish or fowl

18. Close Up

19. Transportation

20. Sporting Event

21. Phillips County Fair, recent not entered in any other category

22. Cityscape

23. Sunrise/Sunset

24. Night Sky

25. Lightning

26. Clouds/Rainbows

27. Underwater Life

28. Architectural

29. Patriotic

30. Lights or Fire

31. Pattern or Design

32. Any other, identify

DIVISION 19 – PHOTOGRAPHY – COLOR-Adult

Pictures must be mounted on stiff material or framed

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Action

2. Wildlife

3. Domestic Animals

4. Portraits

5. Scenery

6. Still Life

7. Collection of 3 favorite photos

8. Old Buildings

9. Animal Portrait

10. Old Machinery

11. People

12. Flowers

13. Landscape

14. Skies

15. Water

16. Winter Scene

17. Insect, fish or fowl

18. Close Up

19. Transportation

20. Sporting Event

21. Phillips County Fair, recent not entered in any other category

22. Cityscape

23. Sunrise/Sunset

24. Night Sky

25. Lightning

26. Clouds/Rainbows

27. Underwater Life

28. Architectural

29. Patriotic

30. Lights or Fire

31. Pattern or Design

32. Any other, identify

DIVISION 20 – PHOTOGRAPHY-BOYS AND GIRLS 8 TO 12

All Photos have to be mounted or framed. No Photo Albums

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Wildlife

2. Domestic Animal

3. Portrait

4. Landscape

5. Scenery

6. Water

7. Flowers

8. Sky

9. Winter Scene

10. Animal Portrait

11. Collection of 3 favorite photos of any object

12. Old Buildings

13. Old Machinery

14. Still Life

15. 3 photos of favorite dolls

16. 3 photos of favorite toy cars or trucks

17. Other

DIVISION 21 –PHOTOGRAPHY-BOYS AND GIRLS 13 TO 18

Matted or framed One picture to each lot.

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Action

2. Wildlife

3. Domestic Animals

4. Portraits

5. Scenery

6. Still Life

7. Collection of 3 favorite photos

8. Old Buildings

9. Animal Portrait

10. Old Machinery

11. People

12. Flowers

13. Landscape

14. Skies

15. Water

16. Winter Scene

17. Insect, fish or fowl

18. Close Up

19. Transportation

20. Sporting Event

21. Phillips County Fair, recent not entered in any other category

22. Cityscape

23. Sunrise/Sunset

24. Night Sky

25. Lightning

26. Clouds/Rainbows

27. Underwater Life

28. Architectural

29. Patriotic

30. Lights or Fire

31. Pattern or Design

32. Any other, identify

DIVISION 22 - BOYS AND GIRLS 6 AND UNDER

All art must be mounted or framed

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Ceramics

2. Sculpture, clay

3. Mosiac

4. Crayon coloring, book

5. Crayon coloring, free hand

6. Drawing, pencil, freehand

7. Cut paper design

8. Leatherwork

9. Numbered painting

10. Felt tip marker drawing, misc.

11. Felt tip marker, animal,

12. Felt tip marker, fish

13. Felt tip marker, fowl

14. Stamped Item

15. Scrapbook Item

16. Finger painting, still life

17. Finger painting, misc.

18. Water color painting, animal,

19. Water color painting, fish

20. Water color, painting, fowl

21. Water color painting, still life

22. Water color painting, misc.

23. Acrylic painting, animals

24. Acrylic painting, fish

25. Acrylic painting, fowl

26. Acrylic painting, still life

27. Acrylic painting, misc

22. Drawing, pastel, free hand

23. Scratch Board

24. Plastic canvas article

25. Woodworking

26. Rock collection

27. Carving, any material

28. Jewelry

29. Clay creation

30. Perler beads

31. Foam Art

32. Feather craft

33. Puppets

34. Nature craft

35. Paper creation

36. Bug Collection

37. Coin Collection

38. Picture Collection, not photos

39. Mobile, paper or plastic

40. Fabric Paint creation

41. Paper Plate creation

42. Stick Art item

43. It Feels Like Spring item

44. It Feels Like Summer item

45. It Feels Like Fall item

46. It Feels Like Winter item

47. Valentine's Day item

48. St Patrick's Day item

49. Fourth of July item

50. Easter item

51. Halloween item

52. Thanksgiving item

53. Christmas item

54. Christmas ornament

55 Make it Bake it item

56. Magnet, any material

57. Painting, sponge

58. Any other item

DIVISION 23 – BOYS AND GIRLS 7 TO 12

All art must be mounted or framed.

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Ceramics

2. Sculpture, Clay

3. Sculpture, other

4. Drawing chalk or pastel

5. Drawing, crayon

6. Drawing, pencil

7. Drawing, pen and ink

8. Drawing scratch board

9. Drawing, colored pencil

10. Leatherwork

11. Numbered painting

12. Oil painting, animal,

13. Oil painting, fish

14. Oil painting, fowl

15. Oil painting, landscape

16. Oil painting, portrait

17. Oil painting, still life

18. Oil painting, misc.

19. Water color painting, animal

20. Water color painting, fish,

21. Water color painting, fowl

22. Water color painting, landscape

23. Water color painting, still life

24. Water color painting, misc

25. Felt tip marker, misc

26. Felt tip marker, animal

27. Felt tip marker, fish

28. Felt tip marker, fowl

29. Carving, any material

30. Woodworking

31. Wood toy

32. Metal craft

33. Decoupage article

34. Decoupage plaque

35. Picture made of seeds or other suitable material (no kits)

36. Rock collection

37. Coin collection

38. Insect collection

39. Stamp collection

40. Beadwork

41. Acrylic painting, animal

42. Acrylic painting, fish

43. Acrylic painting, fowl

44. Acrylic painting, landscape

45. Acrylic painting, still life

46. Woodburned item

47. Seashell Art

48. String Art

49. Plastic canvas article

50. Jewelry

51. Scrapbooked pages

52. Scrapbooked holiday

53. Scrapbooked school days

54. Stamped card

55. Embossed card

56. Stamped Ornament

57. Stamped, other

58. Felt Craft

59. Mosaic, stepping stone

60. Mosaic, combination of materials

61. Antler Art

62. Wind Chimes

63. Any other

DIVISION 31 – BOYS AND GIRLS 13 TO 18

All arts must be mounted or framed.

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Ceramics

2. Sculpture, Clay

3. Sculpture, other

4. Drawing chalk or pastel

5. Drawing, crayon

6. Drawing, pencil

7. Drawing, pen and ink

8. Drawing scratch board

9. Drawing, colored pencil

10. Leatherwork

11. Numbered painting

12. Oil painting, animal,

13. Oil painting, fish

14. Oil painting, fowl

15. Oil painting, landscape

16. Oil painting, portrait

17. Oil painting, still life

18. Oil painting, misc.

19. Water color painting, animal

20. Water color painting, fish,

21. Water color painting, fowl

22. Water color painting, landscape

23. Water color painting, still life

24. Water color painting, misc

25. Felt tip marker, misc

26. Felt tip marker, animal

27. Felt tip marker, fish

28. Felt tip marker, fowl

29. Carving, any material

30. Woodworking

31. Wood toy

32. Metal craft

33. Decoupage article

34. Decoupage plaque

35. Picture made of seeds or other suitable material (no kits)

36. Rock collection

37. Coin collection

38. Insect collection

39. Stamp collection

40. Beadwork

41. Acrylic painting, animal

42. Acrylic painting, fish

43. Acrylic painting, fowl

44. Acrylic painting, landscape

45. Acrylic painting, still life

46. Woodburned item

47. Seashell Art

48. String Art

49. Plastic canvas article

50. Jewelry

51. Scrapbooked pages

52. Scrapbooked holiday

53. Scrapbooked school days

54. Stamped card

55. Embossed card

56. Stamped Ornament

57. Stamped, other

58. Felt Craft

59. Mosaic, stepping stone

60. Mosaic, combination of materials

61. Antler Art

62. Wind Chimes

63. Wire Art

64. Rope article

65. Wheat weaving

66. Wreaths from any material

67. Stained Glass article

68. Leaded Glass article

69. Faux Stained Glass article

70. Any other item

DIVISION 32 – HOBBIES AND MISCELLANEOUS ART-Adult

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Coin collection

2. Stamp collection

3. Ceramics

4. Ceramics, any other

5. Feather craft

6. Antler Art

7. Fly tying

8. Jewelry

9. Metal craft

10. Seashell Art

11. Wire art

12. String art

13. Fabric Basket

14. Wood Easter decoration, handcrafted

15. Wood Christmas decoration, handcrafted

16. Wood Thanksgiving decoration, handcrafted

17. Wood Halloween decoration, handcrafted

18. Nature Craft

19. Decorated Fabric boxes

20. Wind Chimes

21. Rope articles

22. Wheat weaving

23. Wreaths made from any material

24. Christmas ornament (3)

25. Faux Stained Glass article

26. Stained Glass article

27. Leaded Glass article

28. Toys

29. Recycled Craft, functional item crafted from recycled material

30. Recycled Craft, decorative item crafted from recycled material

31. Basket, handwoven, original design

32. Basket, handwoven from kit or pattern

33. Mosaic, combo of materials

34. Mosaic, Stepping stone

35. Mosaic, any other

36. Sculpture, clay

37. Sculpture, any other

38. Gourds, beaded

39. Gourds, bird house/feeder

40. Gourds, carved

41. Gourds, painted

42. Calligraphy, one page or object

43. Woodburned item,

44. Any other

DIVISION 33 – ADULT WOODWORKING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Picture frame

2. Doll Furniture

3. Toy

4. Carving

5. Clock

6. Furniture

7. Doll House

8. Scroll saw object

9. Walking cane/stick

10. Any other, identify

DIVISION 34 – STAMPING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Greeting Card

2. Invitations

3. Embossing

4. Christmas Ornament

5. Picture/Matting/Frames

6. Other

DIVISION 35 – SCRAP BOOKING

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00

1. Stamped Pages

2. School Days

3. Holiday

4. Outdoors

5. Vacation

6. Best of Book

7. Heritage

8. Family

9. Baby

10. Journaling

11. Sports

12. Other

DIVISION 36 – CARD MAKING

All cards must be in a ziplock bag unless a pop up card.

Only the front of the card is judged.

1. Anniversary or Wedding

2. Baby

3. Birthday

4. Christmas

5. Father's Day

6. Get Well

7. Halloween

8. Invitation

9. Milestones (Congrats, graduation, etc)

10. Sympathy

11. Thanksgiving

12. Valentine's or Love

13. Mother's Day

14. Thinking of you

15. Patriotic

16. Easter

17. Any other, identify

DIVISION 37 – CHILDREN'S ENTRIES 6 and Under

All items must be on poster board or construction paper.

Ribbons will be given when requested at office

SEC. NO.

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. Cut Paper Design

2. Crayon Coloring – from book

3. Crayon Coloring – free hand

4. Painted Picture – from book

5. Painted Picture – free hand

6. Colored Pencil – from book

7. Colored Pencil – free hand

8. Pencil Drawing

9. Chalk Drawing

10. Painting, sponge

11. Foam Art

12. Clay Creation

13. Paper Creation

14. Fingerpaint Item

15. Recycled craft Item

16. Bug Collection

17. Coin Collection

18. Picture Collection

19. Paper or Plastic Mobile

20. Fabric Paint Creation

21. Paper Plate Creation

22. Stick Art Item

23. Puppet – any material

24. It Feels Like Spring – any item

25. It Feels Like Summer – any item

26. It Feels Like Fall – any item

27. It Feels Like Winter – any item

28. Valentine's Day Item – any material

29. St. Patrick's Day Item – any material

30. Fourth of July Item – any material

31. Halloween Item – any material

32. Thanksgiving Item – any material

33. Christmas Item – any material

34. Christmas Ornament – any material

35. Any Miscellaneous Beaded Item

36. MakeItBake Item – your choice

37. Magnet – any material

38. Favorite Collection of Three Pictures Taken By You

39. Favorite Picture Taken By You

40. Picture Page

41. Any Other Item of Your Choice

DIVISION 40 – LEGOS or BUILDING BLOCKS

Premium: 4.00 3.00 2.00

1. KNex, kit

2. KNex, original design

3. Lego, kit

4. Lego, original design

5. Original design, mixed systems

6. Other, kit, (tinker toys, Lincoln logs etc)

7. Lego, using circuitry

8. Lego, with movement

9. Lego with lighting

10. Any other, original design

 

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