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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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"I41"A "2 uocte-I "M SelBnoo 9X. Beef 92. Pozk 93. Veal 94. Rabbit 95. Chicken 96. Turkey 97. Clams 98. Sausage 99. Oysters 100. Salmon 101. Crab 102. Tuna 103. Smelt 104. Other Sea Food 105. Mince Meat 106. Other CLASS X-JELLIES AND JAMS Points Allowed IELLIES Lot 107. Apple 108. Blackberry 109. Currant 110. Grape 111. Loganberry 112. Quince 113. Peach 114. Raspberry 115. Mint 116. Plum 117. Crab Apple 118. Other JAMS Lot 119. Loganberry 120. Strawberry 121. Raspberry 122. Boysenberry 123. Strawberry-Rhubarb 124. Rhubarb 125. Blackberry 126. Peach 127. Apricot & Pineapple 128. Apricot 129. Plum 130. Pear 131. Cherry (sweet) 132. Cherry (sour) 133. Apple Butter 134. Pear Butter 135. Other Blue RedWhite ....................... 5 3 1 Preserves, Con~rves, Marmalades Lot Numbers as Needed CLASS XI-PICKLES Blue Points Allowed ....................... 5 Lot 1. Sweet Cucumber Pickles 2. Sour Cucumber Pickles 3. Dill Pickles 4. Mustard Pickles 5.~Mixed Pickles 6. Crab Apple 7. Relishes 8. Beet Pickles 9. Dillie Beans 10. Watermelon 11. Bread and Butter 12. Other Red Whitt 3 1 Homemaker clubs entering a booth may follow an educational theme. The theme may be picked by the individual club. The object of the booth will be to teach or provide information to the spectator. Booth will be judged on education value, ability of club, attractiveness, title, and posters. A $50 award will be distributed among the winners. OPEN CLASS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES RULES: Competition open to any resident of Mason County. Entrys must be grown by exhibitor. As many vegetables as possible may be exhibited in each lot-providing there are NO duplications. Entry cards will be provided by the Fair. Ribbons will be awarded on the basis of: Blue, first; Red, second; White, third. GENERAL AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENT: Mrs. Marian McMorris 426-1133 Entry Time: From 1:00 to 9:00 p.m., Thursday, August 19th This division is open to all residents of Mason County. Only one entry will be allowed exhibitor in each lot. Exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor. Depending on its individual merits an exhibit may be given first, second, or third or no award at all. Threshed seeds, vegetables and fruits shall be exhibited on plates furni~ed by the Fair Board. All sheafs must be in bundles tied in three places and must not be less than three inches in diameter at the butt. No blemished or diseased exhibits will be considered by the judge. DiVISION A VEGETABLES Blue Award 1st Lot I~ 10 p(~Is beans, any variety 2. 5 root vegetables, any variety 3. 1 squash, pumpkin, melon, any size or variety 4. 3 cucumbers, any size or variety Red White 2nd 3rd I. I corttainct, may bent (&amestic.) 2. 5 tree fruit, any variety or size. (Apples may be green.) 3. 1 container, any bush fzuit. (Containers should be smaU market type, such as a strawberry basket.) DIVISION C CONTESTS 1. Largest single squash, pumpkin, or melon 2. Tallest stalk of corn, any variety 3. Largest single potato 4. Largest three tomatoes, ripe or green 5. Largest single cucumber 6. Tallest or largest vegetable plant, any variety 7. Any unusual vegetable, or vegetable growth. (Plants may be potted to preserve, their growth during the length of the fair. DIVISION D (Class I) Poultry, Pigeons, Rabbits CLASS C - RHODE ISLAND REDS CLASS D - OTHER BREEDS CLASS E - CROSSBREEDS Blue Points Allowed Individual ............................ 6 Trios ................................ 8 Lot 1. Cock 2. Hen 3. Cockerel 4. Pullet 5. Old Trio - 2 females and 1 male 6. Young trio, two females, 1 male 7. 3 Broilers or 3 Fryers 8. Roaster Red 4 6 CLASS F - DUCK (ANY BREED) Points Allowed: Same as for poultry Lot 9. Drake 10. Hen 11. Trio CLASS G - TURKEYS (ANY BREED) Lot 12. 13. 14. Blue Individual ............................ 8 Trios ............................... 10 Tom Hen Trio Red 6 7 CLASS H - GEESE (ANY BREED) Points Allowed: Same as for turkeys Lot 15. Gander 16. Goose 17. Trio CLASS P - PIGEONS 1. Entry will be limited to five pairs 2. One entry will be the limit for any one loft. No mote, no less. 3. All rules of the poultry Department which are applicable will apply to pigeons. Blue Points Allowed.... .................... 10 Lot 18. Best exhibit of pigeons Red 7 CLASS J - MISCELLANEOUS BREEDS Points Allowed: None-Exhibit Only Persons placing poultry in this class for Exhibit one pair or single in each breed or crossbreed. CLASS K - EGGS only may exhibit Blue Points Allowed ........................ 6 Lot 19. 1 dozen Brown eggs 20. 1 dozen White eggs Superintendent: Robert Brewer- 426-4936 Red 4 CLASS II - BEEF CATTLE Trophy to be awarded for best beef animal. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 50 35 20 Lot 1. Junior BuR Caff: at least four months of age at time of showing. 2. Junior Heifer Calf: at least four months of age at time of showing. 3. Senior Heifer Calf: heifer calved between Sept. 1, 1970 and Dec. 1, 1970. 4. Summer Yearling Heifer Class: heifer calved from May 1, 1970 to Aug. 31, 1970. 5. Junior Yearling Heifer Class: heifer calved from Jan. 1, 1970 to April 20, 1970. 6. Senior Yearling Heifer: heifer calved before May 1, 1968 to April 31, 1969. 7. Two Year old Heifer: calved from May 1, 1968 to April 31, 1969. 8. Aged Cow Class: cow calved before May 1, 1968 9. Steer Under One Year. 10 Steer under two yearrs 2!C ................................. ~u~e lex~s Class 21D ................................... H~mps~es Qass 21E ................................... Herfo~ds C~ass 21F ................................... Berkshir es Class 21F ................................... Yorkshkes Class 21 H . .4. ............................... Crossbreeds Lot 1. Boar under 6 months, farrowed since March 1, 1971. 2. Boar, farrowed between Oct, 1, 1970 and March 1, 1971. 3. Boar , 1 year or over, farrowed before Aug, 1970. 4. Gilt, under 6 months, farrowed since March l, 1971. 5. Gilt, farrowed between Oct. 1, 1970 and March 1, 1971. 6. Sow, one year or over, farrowed before Aug. l, 1970. 7. Young herd one boar and three gilts under one year. GRANGE EXHIBITS Grange Chairman: Mrs. Martin Auseth I, Only Mason County Glanges are eligible. 2. Prizes: 1st $35.00; 2nd $25.00; 3rd $20.00; all other scoring 60 points or more will receive $15.00. $125.00 will be paid to the Grange putting display for Mason County at Puyallup. 3. Exhibits must be completed and in place by 9:00 a.m., Friday, August 20th. 4. No commercial or brand names are to be displayed in any booth. 5. The name of the Grange is to be covered until booths have been judged. 6. Any produce displayed must be locally grown and harvested the past year. SCORE CARD 1. Arrangement 30 2. Attractiveness and Public Appeal 30 3. Variety and Quality of Produ=ts 40 TOTA L 100 CLASS L - RABBITS- (ANY BREED) Blue Red Individual ............................ 6 4 Utter .............................. 10 7 Lot 21. Buck 22. Doe 23. Doe and litter of not less than five 24. Meat Rabbits (2 months old and not over 5 months old) DIVISION E - (Class I) - DAIRY CATTLE NOTICE TO ALL DAIRY AND BEEF EXHIBITORS See detailed health regulations. Trophy to be awarded for best animal. Blue Red White Young Stock .........................50 35 20 Cows ............................... 60 45 25 CLASS A- GUERNSEY CLASS B- JERSEY CLASS D - MILKING SHORTHORN class a guernsey class b jersey class d milking shorthorn Lot 1. Junior Heifer Calf; at least four months of age at time of showing; dropped after Jan. 1, 1971. 2. Senior Heifer Calf; dropped between Sept. 1, 1970 and December 31, 1970. 3. Junior Yearling; dropped between Jan. 1, 1970 and July 1, 1970. 4. Senior Yearling; dropped between July 1, 1969 and January 1, 1969. 5. Cows 2 years and over, dropped before July 1, 1969. 6. Purebred Bull Calf; 4 months and under 1 year, dropped after Aug. 31, 1970. 7. Purebred Yearling Bull: dropped between July 1, 1969 and July 1, 1970. FLORAL DIVISION RULES 1. The Show will be conducted in accordance with the rule for Standard Show practice. Judges will be accredited by the National Council of State Garden Clubs. Judging will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and all persons will be excluded, except clerks and necessary committee chairmen. 2. This division is open for entry to all residents of Mason County. 3. Exhibits will be received by the Floral Division Committee on Thursday, August 19 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon only, and must remain in place until 6 p.m. Sunday, August 22. 4, The decision of the judges shall be final. 5. All Horticulture entries must be grown by the exhibitor and preference will be given to the named horticulture exhibits, FLORAL DEPARTMENT SPONSORED BY THE GARDEN CLUBS OF MASON COUNTY General Chairman - Mrs. Jean Eliot - 426-8337 Co-Chairman -Mrs. Helen Yoshihara - 426-2677 Co-Chairman - Mrs. Pauline Emsley - 426-4150 Co-Chairman - Mrs. Mabel Goodwin - 426-3555 DIVISION A - HORTICULTURE Blue Red Points Allowed ........................ 5 3 SECTION I - TUBERS - CORMS ALL DAHLIAS MUST HAVE I PAIR OF LEAVES ATTACHED AND BE A SINGLE BLOOM Color Key for Dahlias W-White; R-Red; P-Pink; O-Orange; L-Lavendar; Y-Yellow; AO-Any Other Color; BIC-Bicolor; V-Variegated; BL-Blend. Class I - DAHLIAS - 8" or over Lot 1. Straight Cactus 2. Semi-Cactus 3. Incurved Cactus 4 Formal Decorative 5. Informal Decorative Extends Congratulations To The Ever Expanding MASON COUNTY FAIR ::ii:':: , : , ,, ..... C/,'~~ ~ii~ ~ Puget Sound National Bank Shelton, Belfair MEMBER F.D.I.C. For your oil heating needs, 319 SOUTH FIRST -- SHELTON Courteous Service AUtomatically Stamped Metered Deliveries Phone 412G-22G1 A renewable resource furnishing another crop for continued forest environment. Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-15 Page S-6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971