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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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July 1, 1971

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Dr. ~rnold P. A~Ires Mrs. Alice Haines Mrs. Steve DeMiero Mr. Jim Kimball M~s. 1~attie Bac~.lu~1 Mr. Clive Troy Mrs. James Yoshihara Mr. Bill Hardie DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS Dairy & Beef- Mr. Robert Brewer 426-4936 Home Economics - Mrs. Lorraine White 426-4990 General Agriculture- Mrs. Marian McMorris 426-1133 Floral - Mrs. Craig Eliot 426-1472 Arts & Hobbies - Mrs Julie Bourne 426-2804 Ceramics - Mrs, Clifford Vanderwal 426-6341 Lapidary & Mineral - Mr. Clarence Grunert 426-8332 4-H - Mrs Jean Sharer 426-3660 Commercial - Mrs. William McGee 426-2120 Education - Mrs. William McGee 426-2120 FAIR MANAGER - MRS. WILLIAM MC GEE 426-2120 r~, mad white tl'obons. (Oartis~ system) 4. Exhibits are limited to one entry in each lot. Others are encouraged for display. If distinctly different, more than one "Other" lot may be entered in each class. 5. All exhibits must be entered Wednesday August 18 from 1:00 to 9 p.m. 6. Special exhibitors, 18 and under and 65 and over, inform the clerk about the age of the exhibitor. 7. Entry tags will be secured at the Fairgrounds when the article is presented for entry. 8. Exhibits shall not be removed from display until 6:00 p.m. Sunday August 22. 9. All entries to enter for a prize must be made in 1970 - '71 or not exhibited before. 10. Entries should be clean and pressed. 1 l. Present entry tags to clerk when claiming entries Sunday. DIVISION E Entries close in all departments at 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 19th, unless earlier time is specified under department rules. All exhibits must be left in place until 6:00 p.m. August 23. 1. General supervision of the entire fair has been vested in the Officers and Manager by the Fair Board. The management reserves the final and absolute right to alter, interpret or change these rules and regulations as may become necessary; also to determine all matters, questions and differences that may arise in or out or incident to the fair. 2. No animal or article shall be allowed to compete for more than one premium, nor shall be entered in more than one class, or as otherwise specified under department rules. 3. No animal or article shall be withdrawn from the fair before 6:00 p.m., Sunday, August 22nd. 4. First premiums will be designated by blue tags or ribbons, second premiums by red tags, third premiums by white tags. 5. Cash premiums will not be awarded to articles of inferior merit. When there is no competition, or where there are fewer articles in a class than number of premiums offered, judges, in their discretion, may award premium or premiums of such grade as the exhibit deserves. Premium money will be paid by check and may be picked up at the fair office on the fairgrounds on Satmday or Sunday or will be mailed as soon after the closing date of the fair as possible. This cheek will be honored up to 30 days after issue. 6. Any person interfering with the judges during the adjudication of awards will forfeit the right of premiums. All officers or judges are required and exhibitors are requested to report any violation of this rule to the President or Manager of the Fair. 7. Cash prizes will be paid to winners only in classes designated in this premium list. If entries in unlisted classes are accepted for judging, award will be limited to ribbon or tags. A small, well-printed and attractive sign may be placed on the wall in back of the stock, indicating the owner, breeding or production. 8. The Board of Directors reserves the right to debar any exhibitor from exhibiting an entry, and upon such action, or in the event of any being disqualified from winning a prize by the decision of any such committee, such decision shall be f'mal and binding upon the exhibitor. 9. The Association will take reasonable precaution to insure the safety of exhibits sent to the exhibition, but the owners, themselves, must take the risk of exhibiting them; and should any article or portion thereof be injured, burned, lost or stolen, the Association will give assistance toward the recovery of the same, but will not be liable or make any payment for the value thereof. Small and valuable articles should be exhibited in show cases which may be securely locked. 10. The exhibitor must remove his exldbit. Any article or stand left in the buildings or on the fairgrounds after the date set for removal will be at the risk of the owner, and will become the property of the Association after three days. 11. Any animal or article removed from the grounds before 6:00 p.m., Sunday, August 22 forfeits its rights to a prize. 12. If any disrespect is shown to any award or to any judge by the exhibitor or Ms agent, he shall forfeR all awards made to him. 13. Should a premium be found to have been obtained by false evidence, or misrepresentation or a violation of any of the rules, the money will be held by the Association. ANIMAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS The Mason County Fair will comply with the Minimam Health Requirements for Fairs as per State of Washington Department of Agriculture AI Memorandum 2/17/71 to wit: HEALTH REQUIREMENTS a. Washington livestock require no vaccination or test for entry. b. Individual health certificates are not required for entry. c. Fair Veterinarians will inspect all classes of livestock and poultry (including horses, pet animals, fur bearing animals, pigeons, ducks, geese and turkeys), before they are exhibited, to determine that the livestock and poultry, are free from infectious or contagious disease and ectoparasites. Fair Veterinarians must reject any animal with infectious or contagious disease or ectoparasites. Exhibitors should be aware that ringworm, warts, pinkeye, strangles, contagious ecthyma, scabies, lice, mites, ticks and fleas fall into these categories. d. No animal from any quarantined premise will be permitted to enter any fair. e. All out-of-state entries must comply with the State of Washington Import Regulations. CLOTHING-FANCY WORK-HOME FURNISHINGS BAKING AND FOOD PRESERVATION CLASS I - KNITTED-HAND Blue Red Points Allowed ....................... 15 12 Lot 1. Bedspread 2. Afghan 3. Scandinavian Sweater Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 4. Girls Sweater 5. Ladies Sweater 6. Boys Sweater 7. Men's Sweater 8. Women's Suit 9. Women's Dress 10. Poncho 11. Other Points Allowed 12. Pillow Top 13. Three piece baby set 14. Bed Slippers 15. Purse 16. Scarf 17. Skirt 18. Hat or Cap 19. Shell 20. Stole 21. Vest 22. Dog Coat 23. Infants Dress 24. Socks or Gloves 25. Other Blue ....................... 7 Blue Points Allowed ....................... 3 26. Pot Holders, two or more 27. Place Mats 28. Doll Clothes 29. Booties 30. Bib 31. Soakers 32. Tissue Holder 33. Other Red 7 Red 5 Red 2 CLASS I I-KNITTED'--MACHINE Lots the same as under Hand Knitted CLASS Ill-CROCHETING Blue Points Allowed ....................... 15 Lot 1. Tablecloth 2. Bedspread 3. Afghan 60" or over Blue Points Allowed ....................... l0 4. Girl's Sweater 5. Boy's Sweater 6. Men's Sweater 7. Women's Sweater 8. Dress 9. 3 piece baby (Sweater, Cap and Booties) 10. Poncho 1 I. Other Points Allowed 12. Table Runner 13. Dresser Scarf 14. Buffet or Vanity Set 15. Centerpiece over 16" 16. Luncheon Cloth under 60" 17. Pillow Top 18. Chair and Davenport Set Blue ....................... 7 19. Purse 20. Scarf 21. Stole 22. Shrug 23. Infant dress 24. Bonnet or Hat 25. Blouse 26. Apron 27. Shell 28. Vest 29. Others Red 12 Red 7 Red 5 Page S-2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 Points Allowed Crocheting Edgings 41. Bath Towel 42. Table Runner 43. Table Cloth 44. Dresser Scarf 45. Buffet or Vanity 46. Handkerchief 47. Other Blue ....................... 3 Set Red 2 CLASS IV-EMBROIDERY Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 Lot l. Tablecloth 60" or over 2. Bedspread 3. Quilt 4. Baby Quilt 5. Baby Bedspread Red 7 Points Allowed 6. Tea Towel Set 7. Pillow Cases 8. Dresser Scarf 9. Table Runner 10. Buffet or Vanity Set 11. Centerpiece over 16" in diameter. 12. Luncheon cloth under 60" 13. Wall Hanging or picture "Framed" 14. Pillow Top 15. Chair or Davenport Set 16. Child Dress or Jumper 17. Ladies Dress 18. Apron Points Allowed 20. Tea Towel 21. Guest Towel 22. Pot Holders (2) 34. Dish Mats 24. Baby Kimona 25. Blouse 26. Baby Dress 27. Baby Slip 28. Baby Bib 29. Baby Coat 30. Other Blue Red .................... :.. 6 4 Blue Red ....................... 4 2 CLASS V--NEEDLE POINT Points Allowed Lot 1. Wall Hanging 2. Footstool 3. Chair Seat 4. Pillow Top 5. Purse 6. Others Blue Red ....................... 10 7 CLASS VI"CREATIVE STITCHERY Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 Lot 1. Pillow Top 2. Picture "Framed" 3. Wall Hanging 4. Sampler 5. Purse Red 7 CLASS VII SWEDISH OR CREWEL EMBROIDERY Points Allowed Lot 1. Child Skirt 2. Jumper 3. Women's Skirt 4. Apron 5. Luncheon Cloth 6. Other Blue Red ....................... 10 7 or set under 60" Blue Points Allowed ....................... 5 7. Tea Towel 8. Guest Towel 9. Table Runner 10. Pillow Top 11. Buffet or Vanity Set 12. Centerpiece under 16" in diameter 13. Others Red 3 CLASS VIII-CUT WORK Points Allowed Lot 1. Table Cloth over Blue ....................... lO 60" in Diameter Red 7 Points Allowed ....................... 7 2. Pillow Cases 3. Table Runner 4. Dresser Scarf 5. Centerpiece over 16" 6. Luncheon Cloth 7. Table Cloth under 16" 8. Others 5 ..... - - :mads s zb .20, ,s ri : ro r Ot ~w do poa~ jo ~fdm~ ,- . "I ('~71pu~! jo so'7 ~ . ......... pe~o/fly floTqy' Dairy GRADE A RAW MILK -Phone 426-3735 Route 5 -- Box 240 THE FAMILY SHOE STORE Shelton, Washington 98584 R. H. "Bob" Wotton ! 07 South 4th Street PRE-CAST CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS & INSTALLATION 8elfair Shelton OR 5-2157 ALLYN, WASHINGTON 426-3660 r Martin Auseth, County Commissioner John Bariekman, County Commissioner William Hunter, County Commissioner Ruth Boysen, County Auditor John Cole, County Treasurer Willis Burnett, County Assessor John Robinson, County Sheriff Lodga Fields, County Clerk Glenn Correa, Mason, Co Byron McClanahan, County unty Justice Court (sponsored by the elected officials in Mason County) ii Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-l