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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Blue Red White Lot 1. Pot Holder ........................... 4 3 2 2. Bed Socks ............................ 5 4 3 3. T. V. Slippers (double We~ht) ............. 5 4 3 4. Hat ................................. 5 4 3 5. a. Knitting Box or container made by participant .................... 4 3 2 b. Other ............................. 4 3 2 Phase 2 - (Increase & Decrease) 6. Cutie Cap ............................ 6 5 4 7. TV Slippers Increase in heel ............. ".6 5 4 8. Sleeveless Shell ........................ 8 6 5 9. Raglan Cardigan (no button or button hole) ......................... l0 8 6 10. Other ............................... 6 5 4 Phase 3 (Pick Up Stitches & Buttonholes I I. Mittens .............................. 8 7 6 12. Raglan Cardigan ( buttons and buttonholes) ......................... 10 8 7 13. Other ............................... 9 8 7 Phase 4 ( Pattern Stitch) 14, Dishcloth ............................ 4 ~3 2 15. Cable stitch skating cap ................. 7 6 5 16. Cable Stitch mittens .................... 10 8 6 17. Sweater ( Pattern Sleeves) ........ ...... 12 10 8 18. Other .............................. l0 8 6 Phase 5 ( four needles) ~ 19. Mittens ............................. 10 8 6 20. Gloves .............................. 10 8 6 21. Sacks .............................. I0 8 6 22. Other .............................. 10 8 6 Phase 6 ( Mixed Colors) 23. Sacks .............................. 12 10 8 24. Mittens ............. { ............... 12 10 8 25. Hat ................................ 12 10 8 26. Hood .............................. 12 10 8 27. Sweater (mixed colors - sleeves Cardigan or pullover) .................. 12 i0 8 28. Other .............................. 12 q0 8 Phase 7 (Combining Knitting Fabric) 29. Any Articles Made in project ............ 15 12 8 Phase 8 (Make Your Own Mind) 30. Submit project plan with entry .......... 25 20 15 CLASS IX-HOME IMPROVEMENT Open to any boy or girl currently enrolled in the 4-H Home~ improvement Project. Any member may exhibit any articles listed below that he or she has made within the current year. For each exhibit, member must explain WHERE and HOW it will be used. Evaluation by the judge will be based on the quality of the exhibit, plus member's explanation of its use with existing surroundings. Lot i. Partition for dresser or chest of drawers (The drawer with dividers or partitions may be used as the exhibit.) Blue Red White Points Allowed ............... : ........ 10 7 3 2. Picture with a mat. Picture must be fdr a specific room. Room color scheme or reason for using picture in this particular room explained. Points Allowed .... :... ............... 10 7 3 3. Color schemes mounted on cardboard poster for a specific room. (Describe type of room, exposure, etc.) Points Allowed ....................... i0 7 3 4. Scrapbook with ideas for improving one particular room in the home. No more than f~ut pictures to show any one improvement as curtains, fi!rniture arrangements, etc. Suitable fabric samples may be included. (Explain why decisions were made.) Points Allowed ....................... 15 10 5 5. "'Throw" cushion for a specific room. Describe spot where it will be used, surrounding furniture and colors. Points Allowed ....................... 10 7 3 6. Bulletin Board. Points Allowed ....................... 10 7 3 7. Drapery panel for a specific room. Information on color scheme, type of room, exposure, etc. should he given. Points Allowed ....................... 15 i0 5 8. Bedspread, tailored. Information on color scheme, exposure of room, etc. should he given. Points Allowed ...................... ,15 10 5, 9. Bedspread, other style. Information on color scheme, exposure of room, etc. should be given. Points Allowed ....................... 15 10 5 10. Scatter rug, braided for a specific room. Give color scheme of the room, particularly so of the nearby furnishings. Points Allowed ....................... 15 10 5 11. Scatter rug, other kind for a specific room. Give color scheme of the room, particularly so if nearby furnishings. Points Allowed ....................... 15 10 5 12. Homemade lamp with shade for a specific room. Describe spot where it will be used. Give rheasurements. Points Allowed ....................... 15 lO 5 13. Footstool or hassock for a specific room. Describe spot where it will be used as well as colors of surro.tmding furnishings. Points Allowed ....................... 15 10 5 14. Refinished furniture for use in a specific room: Describe briefly the type of room and other furniture with which it will be used. Points Allowed ....................... 20 15 10 15. Homemade furniture for use in a specific room. Describe briefly the type of room and other furniture with which it will he used. Points Allowed ....................... 20 15 10 (Other following exhibits not accepted at state fair) 16. Laundry Bag .......................... 10 7 3 .17. Shoe Bag ............................ 10 ~7 3 18. Shoe rack ............................ 10 7 3 19. Curtains, cafe or cottage type for a specific room. Information on color scheme, exposure, type of room, etc., should be given. Points Allowed ...................... 10 7 3 20. Luncheon Set 15 10 5 2 I. Unpainted (raw finished) furniture that has been finished by member. Describe type of room where to be used. Points Allowed ....................... 20 15 10 Lots 1-4 Indicate child ~ for which atticl~ ~ m~l~.~ " . Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 8 5 4 Lot 1. K/t of play materia/s, at least 5 articles with explanation of why chosen and their use. 2. Storage box for toys, hinged, painted and decorated. 3. Scrapbook with pictures and articles on child care. 4. Child's book with pages made of cloth. 5. Baby sitting notebook. CLASS Xl - BACHELOR 2. table artm'Jgen~nt 3. Kitchen atran~ment (may include breakfast table arrangement) 4. Dinner arrangement (candles permitted) 5. Hall arrangement (accessories permitted) 6 Church arrangement 7. Corsage 8. Dried arrangement 9. Holiday or Special Occasion 10. Arrangement using fruits or vegetables. 11. Other Members taking the 4-H Bachelor project will be eligible to enter any articles or displays made in project during the current 4-H club year. One entry per lot. Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 10 8 6 Lot 1. The Well-Groomed Guy 2. Camper 3. Party Host 4. Provider 5. House Mechanic ECONOMICS --- 4-H ..... CLASS Xtl -- MONEY MASTERY Open to Money Mastery Members Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 25 15 10 Lot 1. Exhibitor must choose subject in keeping with project. Prepare an exhibit such as a poster to be displayed at the fair. This may be a single idea or theme with enough explanation of interest to the public. The purpose of the exhibit may be to create interest in the money management projects or to educate the public on some part of money management. 2. (From Cents and Sense Project) Record of financial plan of member for 3 months. Evaluation sheet showing what has been learned during this period. 3. Record of family grocery shopping member has done for two i weeks. Separate items classed as "food" and "articles we do not eat." Make a total of each group. Calculate percentage spent for food, figure costs for your family for one year. 4. Plan and record of costs of week's camping trip for member and family. 5. (From Dollars and Decisions Project) Records of what it costs to buy, repair and operate a car. 6. Record of one year's planning and 3 months of actual records of member's spending as recorded in the Money for a Year Book. PLANT SCIENCE -- 4-H CLASS XIII - GARDEN Open to 4-H club members enrolled in the garden project. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. Person in charge should check vegetables the night of entry for proper number. Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 6 4 2 One entry of each variety may be exhibited. Label each variety. XV -- TREES AND SHRUBS Open to Home Grounds Beautification members. Points Allowed ........................ 8 6 4 Lot 1. Collection -- 8 trees and shrub specimens properly pressed and identified. 2. Collection -- 8 or more tree and shrub pictures or photographs properly identified. 3. Scrapbook or Notebook with illustrations, drawings, plans, etc. 4. Display panel illustrating how and steps in propagating method (seed, cutting, layering or grafting.) CLASS XVI -- WEEDS Open to all 4-H members enrolled in the weed project. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19 from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 8 6 4 Lot 1. A collection of 15 weeds mounted, pressed and identified mounted in a book 2. Plant Press of your own making. (Call the Extension office for a pattern) 3. Other 2. Boar, farrowed between October 1, 1969 and March 1, 1970. 3. Boar, 1 year or over, farrowed before August 1, 1969 4. Gilt, under 6 months, farrowed since March 1, 1970 5. Gilt, farrowed between October 1, 1969 and March 1, 1970 6. Sow, 1 year or over, farrowed before August 1, 1969 ANIMAL SCIENCES - 4-H NOTICE TO ALL 4-H DAIRY, BEEF AND LIVESTOCK MEMBERS, SEE HEALTH REGULATIONS BELOW: Bob Brewer, Supt. Animal Health Requirements The Mason County Fair will comply with the Minimum Health Requirements for Fairs as per State of Washington, Department of Agriculture AI Memorandum 2117/71 to wit: Lot 1. Beans, 12 pods, snap or shell stage 2. Shelled beans, 1 pt., dry or not dry 3. Root vegetables, plate of 6 (radishes carrots, beets, etc.) 4. Head of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce 5. Any leaf vegetables, 3 plants (chard, parsley, spinach, lettuce, celery, etc.) potted 2 weeks in advance of fair. 6. Sweet or pop corn, 6 ears. 7. 12 pickling cucumbers per plate, 2 to 2% inches long 8. 6 pickling cucumbers per plate, 2 to 5 inches long 9. 3 slicing cucumbers per plate, 6 inches or longer 10. 3 stalks dill, cut, single heads on 12 inch stems, mature 11. Onions, plate of 6, any variety, green, dry or immature 12. Peppers, 12 small red or green 13. Sweet peppers, 3 14. Peas, 12 pods 15. Potatoes, 6 per plate 16. Largest single pumpkin or squash 17. One pumpkin or squash (winter) 18. 3 summer squash 19. 6 stalks rhubarb 20. Tomatoes, 6 ripe or green 21. Tomatoes, cherry or pear, 18 22. 3 gourds 23. Sunflower, 1 head 24. Pint basket of berries XIV -- FLOWER GROWING For 4-H Home Grounds Beautification members. Entries accepted Thursday, August 19 from I:00 p.m. a.m. to 5:00 J Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 6 4 2 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 ate 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. HERDSMANSHIP CONTEST - JUNIOR & SENIOR Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 25 20 10 The purpose of the Herdsmanship Contest is to encourage exhibitors to care for livestock, pens and equipment properly and to keep stalls and animals clean and attractive at all times. Competition will be open to all 4-H Dairy and Beef exhibitors. Judges will examine the displays at least once each day, Friday through Sunday. Exhibitors must do all the work connected with the Herdsmanship Contest. The exhibitor shall be present with the exhibit from 8:00 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. or have someone present who is responsible for the animal. All decorations must consist of greenery and signs. They should be kept simple. Paper decorations are to he avoided. Premium money on livestock will be withheld if stalls do not meet minimum standards set up by the judging committee. Annuals - 1 blossom of each specimen grown by exhibitor.. Any variety. Name specimen & variety. XlVa -- DAHLIAS, SELF FOILAGE XlVb -- ROSES XlVC "- POTTED PLANTS Individual plants gsown by exhibitor. Any Variety Name Specimen & Variety Blue Red White Points Allowed ........................ 6 4 2 SHOWING AND FITTING CONTEST--Junior & Senior Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 25 20 10 To be held FRIDAY, August 20. Pick up a copy of the Score Sheet at the Extension office. Time to be announced. All work in eonne, ction with the Showing and Fitting Contest must be done by the contestant. He is permitted to have a helper hold his animal while fitting. Awards are based on E.M. 1982, "Rules for Fitting and Showing Contests" and E.B. 231, "Fitting and Showing Dairy Cattle." a. Preparation for Showing b. Showing the animal c. Fleshing or condition 1723 Douglas K. Larson D. V.M. Arnold P. Andres D.V.M. 104 EAST d STREET m SHELTON CARPET-- LINOLEUM --- FORMICA --- CERAMIC EXPERIENCED CRAFTSMEN AT YOUR SERVICE OLYMPIC HIGHWAY NORTH m SHELTON, WASHINGTON TELEPHON E 426-2292 FOR FINE FOODS AND A FRIENDLY SMILE HIMLIE REALTY -- Invest In The Future Buy Real Estate Today VINCE HIMLIE, Olympic Highway North In:. R EALTOR Shelton, 1717 Office Phone 426-2646 2020 Olympic Hwy. No. FEATURES A COMPLETE LINE OF NEEDLEWORK ITEMS & ACCESSORIES, INCLUDING YARNS FROM FLEISCHER, BERNAT, UNGER & BRUNSWICK. Open 10 A.M. To 5 P.M. Men.- Sat. For a bigger 426-1621 and better Fair County Washington Grange BEST WISHES TO MASON COUNTY FAIR We'll see you there 7th & Park -- Shelton -- 426-3344 ALL CONCRETE PRODUCTS & BUILDING 1661 North 13th MATERIALS CARPET, LINOLEUM, CERAMIC TILE, FORMICA -- PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED. FREE ESTIMATES. SAMPLES SHOWN IN YOUR HOME ON REQUEST. 106 WEST "J" ST. 426-6444 Avery Antiques Highway 101, McCleary Cut-Off 7 Days Per Week 10 To 5 p.m. Jack and Gwen CHICKEN, PRAWNS, BEER 320 S. 1ST. I AY WAR R EN'S 's,J Finest in Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. TROPHY HEADQUARTERS Aquarium -- Museum Unique Gifts -- Seashells Hoodsport, Washington Ed & Marjorie Furlong 1 Mi. North on U.S. 101 (206) 877-5421 Page S-14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 Thursday. July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-7