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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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~##~'~#'atl'~ ~ame ~ Emb~o'~ 6." OOa~r ;: CLASS Xl I-SEWING Blue Points Allowed ....................... 15 Lot 1. Women's Coat 2.Women's Tailored Suit 3.Women's Tailored Jacket 4.Men's Tailored Shirt 5.Men's Tailored Jacket 6.Children's Coat 7.Pants Suit Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 Lot 8. Women's Dress (wool or blend) 9. Women's Dress (manmade fiber or blend 10. Women's Dress (Cotton) 11. Women's afternoon dress 12. Women's Blouse 13 Women's 2 pc. Dress 14. Women's Pajamas 15. Men's Pajamas 16. Girls Pajamas 17. Boys Pajamas Blue Points Allowed ....................... 6 Lot 18. Doll Clothes 19. Infants slip 20. Infants Dress 21. Rompers 22. Infant's coat 23. Bathrobe 24. Housecoat 25. Child's dress 26. Girl's Skirt 27. Gill's Jumper 28. Gift's Blouse 29. Girl's Slacks 30. Boy's Shirt 31. Play or Sport Outfit 32. Shift 33. Women's Slip 34. Women's Skirt 35. Women's Work Apron 36. Women's Hostess Apron 37. Women's Slacks 38. Women's Nightie 39. Child's Nightie 40. Pot Holders (2) 41. Other Red 12 Red 6 Red 4 CLASS XIII-ITALIAN HEMSTITCHING ARTICLES Points Allowed Lots as Needed Blue Red ....................... 5 3 CLASS XIV-HAND WEAVING Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 Lot 1. Afghan 2. Table Cloth over 60" 3. Other lots as needed Red 7 CLASS XV-QUILTS Blue Red Points Allowed Quilted ............................. 10 7 Tied ............................... 8 5 ................................................. L 1. Pieced Quilt (cotton) 2. Pieced Quilt (Wool) 3. Plain Quilt 4. Other CLASS XVI-SMOCKING Points Allowed Lot 1. Pillow 2. Hat 3, Purse 4. Apron 5. Dress 6. Child's Dress 7. Other Blue Red ....................... 6 4 CLASS XVII-MADE OVER GARMENTS Points Allowed Lot 1. Dress 2. Coat 3. Suit 4. Skirt 5. Blouse 6. Trousers 7. Other Blue Red ........................ 10 7 CLASS XVIII-RUGS Points Allowed Lot i. Hooked 2. Braided 3. Crocheted 4. Knotted 5. Other Blue Red ....................... IO 7 CLASS XXI-HOUSEHOLD NOVELTIES & TOYS Points Allowed Lot 1. Toaster Cover 2. Coat hanger 3. Door Stop 4. Stuffed Toys 5. Yarn toys 6. Artificial Corsage 7. Christmas Stockings 8. Flowers 9. Articles made from plastic bottles 10. Others Blue Red ....................... 6 4 DIVISION F-CULINARY AND FOOD PREPARATION U AND I SUGAR FAIR AWARDS To the exhibitor earning the highest total points for all her entries made with U and l Sugar and bearing the U and I Sugar Entry Labels. Winner will receive a merchandise certificate of U and I Sugar, redeemable at her own grocery store. 1. Canned, Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Sweet Pickles, Mince Meat. One First Place 30 lbs. U and I Sugar One Second Place ..................... 15 lbs. U and I Sugar 2. Baked Goods including Sweet Breads, Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Candy. One First Place ....................... 20 ibs. U and I Sugar One Second Place ..................... 10 ibs. U and I Sugar CLASS I-YEAST BREAD AND ROLLS Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 7 3 2 Lot 1. White Bread Loaf 2. Dark Bread Loaf 3. Rye Bread Loaf 4. Oatmeal Bread Loaf 5. Raisin Bread Loaf 6. White Dinner rolls (3 or 4) 7. Whole Wheat rolls (3 or 4) 8. Swedish Tea Ring 9. Cinnamon Bread 10. Butterhorn 11. Coffee Cake 12. Cinnamon Rolls (3 or 4) 13. Other CLASS II-GIUICK BREADS Blue Points Allowed ....................... 5 Lot 14. Baking Powder Biscuits (3) 15. Muffins (3) 16. Fruit Bread Loaf 17. Nut Bread Loaf 18. Other Loaf Red White 3 1 CLASS Ill-OTHER BAKED GOODS Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 5 3 1 Lot 19. Doughnuts (4) 20. Rolled Cookies (6) 21. Bar Cookies (6) 22. Pressed Cookies (6) 23. Refrigerator Cookies (6) 24. Drop Cookies (6) 25. White cake, 26. Fruit Cake, th 27. Dark Cake, 28. Angel Food Cake, White or chocolate, no icing, 29. Sponge cake, no icing, 30. Chiffon Cake, ~A 31. Cup or Tea Cakes (6) 32. Fruit Pie, 2 crust 33. One crust pie 34. Other CLASS IV-BAKED GOODS FROM COMMERCIAL MIXES Blue Red white Points Allowed ....................... 4 2 1 Lot 35. Shortened Cake with fat icing, 36. Angel, sponge or chiffon cake, no icing, l/2 37. Four servings of a baked product made from bread mix 38. Four servings of a baked product made from biscuit o] pancake mix 39. Six servings of baked product made from a cookie mix 40. Other CLASS V-DECORATED CAKES Blue Red white Points Allowed ....................... 10 7 3 CLASS VI-CANOY Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 5 3 1 Lot 41. Fudge (4 piecet) 42. Chocolate (4) 43. Peanut Butter Fudge (4) 44. SUa xmy (4) Page S-4 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 KLRR SPF_C.t.~It, t. PIRICMtUM ~.~I/~.RD- To further stimulate interest in home canning, KERR is offering nine dozen Wide Mouth Mason Quart Jars, three dozen Mason Half Pint Jars and eight KERR HOME CANNING BOOKS. From each class, as indicated below, shall be selected the two best exhibits canned in KERR Jars and sealed with KERR Caps and IJds to receive the following: FRUITS FIRST PLACE: 2 dozen Wide MouthMason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. SECOND PLACE: 1 dozen Wide Mouih Mason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. VEGETABLES FIRST PLACE: 2 dozen Wide Mouth Mason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. SECOND PLACE: 1 dozen Wide Mouth Mason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. PICKLES & RELISHES FIRST PLACE: 2 dozen Wide Mouth Mason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. SECOND PLACE: 1 dozen Wide Mouth Mason Quart Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. JAMS & JELLIES FIRST PLACE: 2 dozen Mason Half Pint Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK. SECOND PLACE: 1 dozen Mason Half Pint Jars, 1 KERR HOME CANNING BOOK SPECIAL AWARDS To further stimulate and reward the interest in Home Canning BALL BROTHERS COMPANY, West Coast Division, offers a total of nine dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" Canning Jars, eight units of BALL "Quilted Crystal" Jelly Jars and ten BALL Canning Books. From each class as indicated below shall be selected the ten best exhibits canned in BALL Jars and sealed with BALL Caps and lads to receive the following: ADULT DIVISION FRUITS: First Place: 1 dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. Second Place: 1 dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 BALL CAnning Book. VEGETABLES First Place: I dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book, Second Place: 1 dozen BALL "Sculptured Glass" 1 pt. Wide Mouth Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. JAMS First Place: 2 Units of BALL "Quilted Crystal" 7 oz. Jelly Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. Second Place: 1 Unit of BALL "Quilted Crystal" 7 oz. Jelly Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. JELLIES First Place: 2 Units of BALL "Quilted Crystal" 7 oz. Jelly Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. Second Place: 1 Unit of BALL "Quilted Crystal" 7 oz. Jelly Jars, 1 BALL Canning Book. Points Allowed Lot 53. Apples 54. Apricots 55. Blackberries 56. Cherries (sour) 57. cherries (sweet, dark) 58. Cherries (light) 59. Gooseberries 60. Huckleberries 61. Loganberries 62. Boysenberries 63. Youngberries 64. Peaches 65. Pears 66. Plums 67. Raspberries 68. Prunes 69. Blackcaps 70. Rhubarb 71. Strawberries 72. Fruit Salad Mix 73. Apple Sauce 74. Blueberries 75. Other CLASS VI I-CANNED FRUITS Standard Pints or Quarts (Kerr, Mason or Ball) Blue Red White ....................... 5 3 1 CLASS ViII-CANNED VEGETABLES Standard Pints or Qunrts (Kerr, Mason or Ball) Points Allowed Lot 76. Asparagus 77. String Beans 78. Shell Beans 79. Beets 80. Carrots 81. Greens 82. Peas 83. Corn 84. Tomatoes 85. Vegetable Salad Mix 86. Sauerkraut 87. Cauliflower 88. Mushrooms 89. Gnmn Tomato Mince Meat 90. Other Blue RedWhite ....................... 5 3 1 CLASS XXX - POULTRY Open to 4-H Poultry members only Superintendent Mrs. Barbara Griffey Enter Aug 19, Thursday - 3-9 p.m. POULTRY HERDSMANSHIP Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... Exhibitors will keep pens reasonably clean and see that their birds are fed and watered, with emphasis on adequate feeding without wasting feed Only one entry will be permitted by each exhibitor in each lot. Birds shown in a trio or pen cannot be shown as singles. A trio is two females and one male. A pen is three birds of the same sex and age. The words "old", "hen" and "cock" mean birds over one year of age. Any Breed. Lot Points Allowed ....................... 15 12 8 1. Pen of hens 2. Pen of pullet 3. Old trio 4. Young trio 5. 3 broilers 6. 3 fryers 7. Old hen with at least 8 chicks (necessary wire mesh to hold) 8. One hen ............................ 10 7 5 9. One cock 10. One pullet I I. One cockerel 12.One roaster 13.One fowl CLASS XXXI GEESE (All breeds eligible} Points Allowed Lot 1. Young goose 2. Old goose Points Allowed Lot 3. Young trio 4. Old trio Blue Red White ....................... 10 7 5 Blue Red White ....................... 15 12 8 CLASS XXXII - DUCK -- ANY BREED Points Allowed Lot 1. Young duck 2. Old duck Bh-'tq~d Points Allowed Lot 3. Young trio 4. Old trio Blue Red White ....................... 10 7 5 ....................... 15 12 8 CLASS XXXlII - TURKEYS --- ANY BREED Lot I. 2. 3. 4. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 15 12 8 Pen of youg hens Young trio Blue Points Allowed ....................... 10 Young Tom Young Hen Red White 7 5 CLASS XXXIV- PIGEONS Class A Class B Class C ................................... n Ott ................................... Utility ................................... Fancy Lot 1. 2. Lot 3. Points Allowed Old pigeon Young pigeon Points Allowed of pil ns Blue Red White ....................... 10 7 5 Blue Red White ....................... 15 12 8 Apex Grocery OF;EN 7 DAYS PER WEEK --WEEKENDS TILL MIDNITE MIKE AND DONNA NOWAK i 931 Olympic Highway North 426-3231 Barrow And Save At MASON COUNTY WHERE YOU'LL FIND . . . * Low Rates On Loans * High Dividends On Savings * Loan Protection Insurance at No Direct Cost * Life Savings Insurance * Federal Share Deposit Insurance To $20.000 * Blue Book Prices To Members * Free Notary Service * Traveler's Cheques At Cost Arid MANY MORE SERVICES Your HOME-OWNED Financial Organization fraeb a~dmr aeemmt Im~l le IIUII ~r A,d~umtl,r. Nit, lilt ('l~Bt t'lim/ulm~datrtt~m [ o O SHELTON -- First & Railroad 426-8211 Home Office: Olympia Olympia -- Montesano -- Vancouver -- Shelton Spartan Steel Pools Quality Pools At Prices You Can Afford Installed or "Do-It Yourself" Kits Septic Tanks Fill Dirt -- Back Hoe and Dump Truck- Bulldozing 426-6539 ,Capitol Hill IIIII] ii Thursday, July 1, 1971 i| i - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-17