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Blue Red White Points A/lowed ........................ 8 6 4 Lot 1. Large White, minimum weight 24 ounces per doz. 2. Medium White, minimum weight 21 ounces per doz 3. Small white, minimum weight 18 ounces per doz 4. Large Brown, minimum weight 24 ounces per doz 5. Medium Brown, minimum weight 21 ounces per doz 6. Small Brown, minimum weight 18 ounces per doz CLASS XXXVII - POULTRY SCIENCE EXHIBITS 4-H Building Blue Red Points Allowed ....................... 20 1 S White 10 Lot 1. Embryology and Incubation 2. Nutrition 3. Physiology 4. Pathology 5. Food Science CREATIVE ARTS - 4-H CLASS XXXVlll Creative Arts, Leather Craft and Other Creative Arts Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00-9:00 p.m. Open to members enrolled in projects Creative Arts, Leathercraft and Other Creative Arts. Each member may exhibit any articles made in the project enrolled. Small objects of similar nature must be entered as a unit display. Blue Red White Points Allowed .................................... Creative Arts Lot 1. A. Unitl ............................ 4 B. Unit II ........................... 5 C. Unit 111 ........................... 5 D. Unit IV ........................... 8 E. Unit V ........................... 8 f. Make Up Your Own Mind ............ 8 Leathercraft 2. A. Simple item made in project ........... 10 B. Large item such as garment or handbag .. 15 Other Creative Arts 3. Creative Stitchew ...................... 10 A. Crochet B. Embroidery C. Liquid Embroidery D. Macrame 4. Ceramics ............................. I0 5. Plastic Casting ........................ 10 6. Art (must be mounted, framed, or in folder). Points Allowed ...................... 10 A. Water Color B. Oil C. Charcoal D. Ink E. Pencil F. Pastels G. Sketch Book 7. Sculpture ............. . .............. 10 A. Wood B. Clay C. Papier-Mache D. Other 8. Other 2 1 4 2 4 2 6 4 6 4 6 4 8 6 10 8 8 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 CLASS XXXIX -- PHOTOGRAPHY Open to 4-H Photography members only. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. A member may submit one entry in each lot. Entries are limited to pictures taken during the 1970 4-H club year. Entries in Lots 1 through 9 must be fumly attached (preferably with rubber cement) to a sheet of 8 ~ poster board or some suitable substitute. Write in ink on bottom of sheet, Lot number and kind of camera used. Entries in Lot 10, 1st year albums must contain at least 12 photographs, second year albums must contain at least 24 photographs. Third year albums should contain 36 photographs. Consideration is given to the cover, but the albums are judged primarily on their content. Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 5 4 3 Lot 1. One print of a landscape such as mountain, field, etc. 2. One print of a landscape containing body of water, lake, stream, etc. 3. One print of an architectural structure such as school, church or home 4. One print of one or more persons 5. One print of one or more animals 6. One print of a local industry 7. One print of a 4-H activity 8. One print of an outdoor recreation 9. One print of photographers choice 10, Club member's photo album ............. 10 8 6 Personal Development - 4-H CLASS XL-LJEADERSHIP Open to members in the leadership project. Entries accepted Wednesday, August 18 from 3-9 p.m. Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 10 8 6 Lot I. Scrapebook of club activities. 2. Other d/ play (explain) Lot 1. 2. NA TURAL SCIENCES -" 4"H CLASS XLI - SURVIVAL Open to members in the Conservation of Natural Resources Project. Entries accepted Thursday, Aug. 19 from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... I0 8 6 A display of four articles listed on the back of the Outdoor Survival Project, considered as one entry. CLASS XLII - ENTOMOLOGY Lots 1 through 4, open to members enrolled in Entomology. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. AU exhibits must be labeled to give the order and common name of most insects in collection, and scientific name to as many as possible. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 5 Lot 1. Must include at least 12 orders 2. At least 2 genera and preferably more of each order in collection 3. Must include at least 50 different species and preferably four or more representatives of each species 4. Labels to give the order and common name of all insects in collection and scientific name to as many as possible. FIRST YEAR MEMBERS Lot 5. Include 25 different kinds of insects SECOND YEAR MEMBERS LOt 6. Include 50 different species and preferably four or more representatives of each 7. Include 2 genera and 12 or more orders THIRD YEAR MEMBERS Lot 8. Include 75 different species and preferably 6 or more representatives of each species 9. include four genera and 15 or more orders ECONOMIC DISPLAYS LOtl0. Display must develop a central theme relating to entomology 11. Mixed display (plants, insecticides, etc.) 12. Insect orders or groups must have at least 50 species CLASS XLIII - LAKE STUDY Entry dates - Thursday, Aug. 19, 1971 from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. All exhibits to be labeled. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 1. Collection of 6 different lake weeds, dried and mounted - identify if possible. 2. Secchi disc 3. Other - with explanation - can be drawings, charts, samples, etc. CLASS XL, IV - ROCKS AND MINERALS Entries accepted on Thursday, August p.m. Open to 4-H Geology members only. 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 6 4 2 Members may exhibit only items they have collected, polished and mounted in the 4-H project. They must be the work of the exhibitor. Each exhibit must be suitably boxed and labeled. Lot I. Collection of 6 or more rocks 2. Each additional year, 6 more rocks up to 4 years 3. Collection of 6 or more minerals or metal ores 4. Each additional year, 6 more minerals or metal ores up to 4 years 5. Six Indian artifacts 6. Six fossils 7. Tools g. Equipment 9. Hardness exhibit using charts and rocks Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 10. Two polished rocks II. One polished cahachon 12. One cut, polhhed and mounted cabachon 13. Exldbit case Blue Points Alklaved ....................... 20 Lot 14. 15. 16. One cut, polished cahachon in mounting made by exhibitor Lapidary equipment made by exhibitor Rock Craft (I entry per exhibitor) (a) Mmaic Co) Centerpiece Red White 15 10 CLASS XLV - FORESTRY Open to 4-H Foresty (]ub members only. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 p.m. Any exhibit not properly seasoned or prepared d quaUfied. to 9:00 shall be 3. , smmples of wo~o at least l O forest taees, dry or seg~oned. 4. DBplny of any usefal article made of wood. 5. Blltmore stick or log scaling stick made by 4-H member this year 6. Collection of samples of forest tree seeds of at least 8 native species properly labeled. 7. Project notebook w/th cover made by member, including notes on tree species properly labeled. 8. Display of small Christmas trees from seed to 4 years old. 9. Display of panel of at least 6 minor forest products. 10. Scale model of seed bed frame with necessary fixtures. 11. Display of photograph album containing pictures of forestry subjects or activities of member on project work. 12. Display of log cross section using annual rings for historical or other recording of events during life of tree 13. Display of flat of forest tree seedlings raised as a 4-H project 14. Fire poster or other sign designed and made by member as part of his 4-H Forestry project 15. Display of decorative wreath made from forest materials by dub member 16. A display of any other nature in connection with project work showing initiative, originality and accomplishment. 17. Pressed specimens of at least 4 major deciduous trees. 18. Pressed specimens of at least 4 coniferous trees. 19. Fresh specimens of at least 3 commercial brush species. 20. One homemade ax guard. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 15 12 8 21. An exhibit of at least 4 forest enemies, including one of each of the following: insects, disease or fungus damage to a tree; and an exhibit of animal damage to a tree. 22. Forest bud or fruit collection of at least 5 native species. 23. Collection of at least 6 native forest cones. 24. Collection of at least 10 native forest bark specimens. 25. Cultured Christmas trees raised by members with history of cultural practices. 26. Record of cruise of 1/5 acres of forest showing volume. 27. Record of a scale~! truck load of logs with scale model of logs and truck. MECHANICAL SCIENCE - 4-H CLASS XLVI-ELECTRIC Open to 4-H Electric Project Members Each member may exhibit articles made in the project enrolled. Entries must be accompanied by sheet from your project book which describes entry. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... I 0 8 6 Lot 1. Unit I .............................. 10 8 6 2. Unit II ............................. 15 12 10 3. Unit Ill ............................. 15 12 10 4. Unit IV ............................. 15 12 10 5. Unit V ............................. 15 12 10 CLASS XLVII - BICYCLE Open to members in the Bicycle Project. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. No dupfication of entries. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Any articles made in the project CLASS XLVIII-$MALL ENGINES Entries Accepted Thursday Aug. 19th - 3-9 p.m. Open to 4-H Small Engine project members only Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 1. Rem made within project 2. Display of 3 pistons showing 3 types of score damage 3. Charts of c~ankshaft design of cylinder arrangement, number of crankshaft throws with labels. 4. A display with a safety theme CLASS XLIX-AUTOMOTIVE Open to 4-H automotive members only Entries accepted Thursday. Aug. 19 - 3-9 p.m. Blue Red White Points Allowed .10 8 6 LOt 1. Poster within project carried (must be labeled) 2. Four sections of automotible tire showing damage or uneven wear, with labels of explanation 3. Display of worn engine parts 4. Record of car operation for 2 months 5. Record of cost to buy, repair and operate a car 6. A display with a safety theme CLASS L - WOODWORKING Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. For members enrolled in the 4-H Woodworking Project ami 4~.-~o--1~. Each member may exhibit articles made in the project. Lot 1. (Unit I) Blue Red White a. Article made in project ..... . ......... 10 8 6 b. Notebook on skills learned c. Other, explain LOt 2 (Unit 1I) a. Article made in project .............. i5 14)6 b. Notebook c. Other, explain Lot 3 (Unit lid a. Article Made b. Notebook ....................... 20 10 8 c. Refinished or restored article e. Other, explain Page S-18 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 (.m~r~sAs qsm~(1) "suoqq~ ail qa~ ptre 'p~:~ punt~o~I a!~I~1 "s~ !: .... iii~ii!i:~:!i ! iii~i ili!i~:i~!i ~ :i : i sam.H ao!IV "s~H saxpuv "d plou-xv "~G : ! i: i :~i:ii !!iiill Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-3