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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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jtoi 4. Sund=)'. A~t 22. .... ; " Blue Red Points Allowed ......... . : ............ 25 20 Lot 1. Junior heifer calf (at least 4 months oage at time of showing), dropped after January I, 1971. 2. Junior hu//ca//' (at/east 4 months of age at time o[ showing), dropped after January I, 1971. 3. Senior heifer cab, dropped between July 1 1970 and December 31, 1970. 4. Junior yearling, dropped between January I, 1970 and June 30, 1970. 5. Senior yearling heifer, dropped between July 1, 1969 and December 31, 1969 (milking senior yearlings to be classed as 2 year old cows.) 6. Cows, 2 yeats and under 3 7. Cows, 3 yeats and under 4 8. Cows, 4 years and under 5 9. Cows, 5 years and over cLASS XVtll - OAIRY & BEEF EQUIPMENT EXHIBITS Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 1. Milk Stool 2. Rope Halter 3. Blanket 4. Feed Box 5. Medicine Cupboard 6. Other CLASS XIX - BEEF Open to 4-H Beef Club members only. Any Breed Exhibitor must own animal at least 4 months prior to fair and have actual ownership during the fair. Animal must remain in place until 6:00 p.m., Sunday August 22rid. Lot Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 25 20 10 1. Junior bull calf, at least 4 months of age at time of showing. 2. Junior heifer calf, at least 4 months of age at time of showing. 3. Senior heifer calf, heifer calved between September I and December 31, 1970. 4. Summer yearling heifer, calved between May I and August 31, 1970. 5. Junior yearling heifer, calved between January 1 and April 30, 1970. LOt 6. Senint yearling be'tfer, carved between September 1 and December 31,1969. 7. Two year old heifer, calved between May I and August 31, 1969. 8. Aged Cow class, cow calved before May 1-, 1968. 9. Steer under one year I0. Steer under two years Lot 4. Boots (no ancy outfits at this time) English equitation riders will wear appropriate english attire. DIVISION A-JUNIOR MEMBERS DIVISION B-SENIOR MEMBERS Points Allowed ...................... Blue Red White Friday Aug. 20 Horse Fitting & Showing .............. 25 20 10 Equitation, choose 2 only ............... 25 20 10 1.Westerff .......................... 25 20 10 2. English ........................... 25 20 10 3. Baseback ......................... 25 20 , 10 Saturday, August 21 Practical Horse (events to be announced) ......................... 25 20 I0 CLASS XXl - EQUIPMENT EXHIBITS - HORSE 4-H Building Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 1. Handmade Horse Apparel 2. Scrapbook or Essay 3. Handmade Hone Equipment CLASS XXIV. NEW ZEALAND ($~Itel" &- Refill Lot 7. One junior doe up to 6 months, up to 9 pounds 8. One intermediate doe, 6 to 8 months, up to 9 pounds. 9. One senior doe, 8 months and over, 10 to 12 pounds 0. One junior buck up to 6 months, up to 9 lbs. 1. One intermediate buck 8 months or over, 9 to 11 pounds 12. One senior buck 8 months or over, 9 to 11 pounds. CLASS XXV - MEAT CLASS Blue Red White Points Allowed ............................................. 15 12 8 Lot 13 Pen of 3 fryers , between 7 and 10 weeks of age. Fryer pen to include all breeds which mature from 9 pounds and up according to the standards for their breeds. Entries in this class shall consist of thzee rabbits, age limt 7 to 10 weeks. Each pen must consist of rabbits of the same breed. All breeds and varieties to be judged togeth~ as per fryer meat class standards. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 7 5 Lot 14. Roaster 6 to 9 pounds live weight. CLASS XXVI - OTHER BREEDS (Only one entry per lot permitted) Lot CLASS XXII - VET SCIENCE 15. Onejunior doe up to 6 months 16. One intermediate doe 6 to 8 months Blue Red White 17. One senior doe 8 months and over Essay or Scrapbook ................... 10 8 6 18. One junior buck up to 6 months Display (of one subject pertaining to vet science) Displayed 19. One intermediate buck 6 to 8 months in 4-1-I Building. 20. One senior buck 8 months and over CLASS XXIII - RABBITS Superintendent, Mrs. BARBARA GRIFFEY Open to 4-H Rabbit Project Members Only CLASS XXVII - SHEEP Open to 4-H Sheep Club Members Only. All animals will be shown by breed. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 20 15 10 See Health Regulations Class 21A Class 21B HERDSMANSHIP CONTEST FOR RABBITS Class 21C Only one mtry will be permitted to each exhibitor in each Class 21D lot. No families of rabbits will be allowed. All rabbits will be Class 21E shown by breed. It is requested that sturdy shipping crates be used Class 21F by members. Rabbits that are due to kindle are excluded. CLASS XX4-H LIGHT HORSE Tulla Kimball, Supt. Lot Open to 4-H Horse Club members only. I. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 7 5 One junior doe up to 6 months, 8 pounds or under One intermediate doe, 6 to 8 months, up to 9 pounds. Horse entries must be checked in between 3 p.m. & 9 p.m. Limit 2. of one horse per member except mare and foal. .................................. Hampshires .................................. Suffolk .................................. Romneys .................................. Shropshire .................................. Rambouilet ........... ....................... Columbias Lot I. Ram, 2 yeats or over 2. Ram, I year old 3. Ram, under I year 4. Ewe, 2 years or over 5. Ewe, 1 year old 6. Ewe, under 1 year 7. Hock, Ram any age, one 2 Ewe lambs 8. Crossbreeds 2 year old Ewe and CLASS XXVIII - SWINE Page S-16 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 Open to 4-H Swine Club Members only. Crossbreeds are not eligible for entry in Puyallup. All animals shown by breed. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 30 25 20 Class 22A ................................ Chester Whites Class 22B ................................ Poland China Class 22E ................................ Herefords CLass 22F ................................ Berkshkes Class 22C ................................. Duroc Jerseys Class 22D ................................ I-hmpshires Class 22 G ............................... Yorkshires Oass 22H ............ .................... Crossbreeds Lot 1. Boar under 6 months, farrowed since March 1, 1970. 2. Boar, farrowed between October 1, 1970 and March 1, 1971. 3. Boar, 1 year or over, farrowed before August 1, 1970. 4. Gilt, under 6 months, farrowed since March 1, 1971. 5. Gilt, farrowed between October 1, 1970 and March 1, 1971. 6. Sow, 1 year or over, farrowed before August 1, 1970. 7. Young herd, I boar and 3 grits under I yeaL 8. Sow with litter 9. Scrapbook of project if you cannot exhibit animal CLASS XXIX - GOATS Open to 4-h Goat Club Members Only Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 20 15 10 Lot 1. Buck 2 years old and over 2. Buck 1 year old and under 2 3. Buck under 1 year 4. Doe 2 years or older 5. Doe 1 year old and under 2 6. Doe under 1 year ~3~fl~ t~tf~tt~l~lt "tWt~3t4S U~34 t4Ot3.~P~ilS~ QOO,a -- ~ t4OISt/~tQ FirstLine is a special kind of banking account available only from Seattle-First National Bank. We invented it for just one purpose--to help you run your financial life more simply. We queried hundred and hundreds of bank customers (our own and people who banked elsewhere) about what services they'd like their bank to provide. And then we put all those wanted services together in a single banking account -- FirstLine. FirstLine starts with a checking account and then gives you an amazing choice of other services to use as you see fit-- Three kinds of checking accounts-- regular, economy, and one that's free (if you keep a $200 balance). Choice of 12 different check designs, 12 different check wallets. FirstLine Master Charge--America's most useful credit credential. Free postage-paid, pre-addressed Harry C. James Manager , x~tUO 79 ~-~p!oaqtu=A se omeS envelopes for banking by mail. Automatic deducions from your checking account--t build your savings or pay your First k loan. A special kind of ravings account that gives you a detailed mnthly record of savings deposits, witt drawals, interest and balance. Special identificat on to cash checks in any First Bank br: nch anywhere. Guaranteed chec[ s accepted for up to $100 by participating merchants across Washington. On.the-spot cash roans to $500 just by signing your name and presenting your FirstLine card any First Bank teller. Extra Balance feature so you can write a check for more than you've got in your account, without being overdrawn. And it's all summed up on your monthly FirstLine statement, a look into the very heart of your personal finances. Checking, savings, charge, and loan trans- actions -- spelled out in detail to help you manage and keep track of your money. FirstLlne. One account to make things a little simpler. NATIONAL BANI,I MEMBER F DI C L. K. Henderson Assistant Manager Ernestine C. Furlong Assistant Manager Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-5