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July 1, 1971

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9. l.nfca'mal. De, cox~A~'~ 10. Fo~maX Decorative 12. Single 13. Orchid Flowering (Water Lily Type) 14. CoUarette 15. Anemone (Bishop Series, Crested Tops) Class III - MINATURE DAHLIAS UNDER 4" Lot 16. Straight Cactus 17. Incurred Cactus 18. Semi-Cactus 19. Formal Decorative 20. Informal Decorative 21. Ball 22. Baby 23. Pore Pore (under 2") Side Buds removed at show A B - Single - Double Class IV - SEED DAHLIAS Class V - SPECIAL CLASS LARGEST DAHLIA There will be a Special, Award of Merit PERFECT DAHLIA Class VI - Lilly 1 Cut stem, self foliage attached. Color class for the Lot 24. Trumpet (Regal) 25. Upward Facing 26. Nodding Flowers 27. Reflexed Petals (Tiger, Rubrum) 28. Outward Facing (Gold Band) 29. Any Other Class VII - GLADIOLAS - 1 spike with Self foliage Lot 76. 77. MOST (3ass ~ - VLOX~rE]PJE~G ~i'OTt'~D P~ (M~t be in bloora-Oniy one p~t "to a con~a~aeZ Geranium (Zonale, Martha Washington, other) Begonia a. Tuberous b. Wax c. Angel Wing d. Rex e. Other African Violet - Blooms - single - single crown African Violet - Single crown, double bloom Any other Class XVII - FOLIAGE POTTED PLANTS (Grown primarily for foliage, 1 plant to pot) Lot 81. Sansivaria 82. Jade 83. Fancy Leaf, or 84. Wandering Jew 85. Philodendron 86. Any Other Fragrant Geranium Class XVIII - CACTI AND SUCCULENTS Lot 87. 1 plant to a pot 88. More than 1 plant 89. Any other to a pot SECTION V - COLLECTIONS FOILAGE ATTACHED Lot 90. DAHLIAS - 10 different varieties, 91. GLADIOLAS 5 stems. 92. ANY OTHER - 5 of one kind. or colors in one container. Lot 30. White 31. Cream 32. Green 33. Yellow 34. Orange 35. Salmon 36. Scarlet 37. Pink 38. Red 39. Red-Black 40. Rose 41. Lavendar 42. Purple 43. Smokey 44. Minature (under 2") 45. Bicolor or Other SPECIAL AWARD OF MERIT for the MOST PERFECT CLASS VIII - TUBEROUS BEGONIAS Lot 46. 1 male bloom with 2 females attached, no leaves 47. 5 types displayed on damp moss on a pie tin SECTION II - PERENNIALS Class IX -CHRYSANTHEMUMS Lot 48. Early disbudded, 1 stem 49. Spoon, 1 stem 50. Early Garden, 1 spray 51. Pom Pore, 1 spray 52. Cushion, 1 spray 53. Button 54. Any other, 1 stem or spray Class X - HYDRANGEA Use Color Key Lot 55. 56. 1 "Round Head (sterile flowers) 1 "Flat" head (st~ile flowers encircling a cluster of fertile flowers.) Class XI - DAISIES - 3 BLOOMS SAME COLOR Lot 57. Ester Reed 58. Gloriosa 59. Chiffon 6O. Shasta 61. Other GLADIOLA DIVISION B - DECORATWE DESIGNS SECTION Vl All classes must contain fresh cut plant material, except Lot 103 and 97. Accessories permitted. No artificial flowers or foliage allowed. Only one entry per lot number. The exhibitor must furnish container in decorative division, with name on the under side. Containers are furnished for Horticulture. Decision of the judges shall be final. Lot 93. The Wee Ones - A study in Minature (Not over 6" high and 6" wide) 94. Autumn Hues - Arrangement using red, orange or yellow color predominating 95. lkebana - Oriental manner 96. Nature's Sculpture - Use of Drift or Weathered wood 97. Seeds and Weeds - Dried Material 98. Sunshine and Flowers - Mass Arrangement 99. Enchanted Forest - Composition using native evergreens 100. Waterfront - Using any beach fred 101. Straight and Narrow - Vertical line 102. Cool of the Evening - Use of blue, violet, green etc. 103. Rough and Rocky - Composition using rocks 104. Love - Featuring roses 105. Graceful Curves - S-Curve 106. Reap the Harvest - Using grain, fruit, vegetables, flowers, or any combination (a-small, b-large) 107. Tea or Coffee? - Cup and Saucer arrangement 108. Anything Goes - As you like it 109. It's A Man's World - Arrangement for a den Open to men too Special Award BEST OF SHOW to be selected by the judges from Lots 93 thru 109. JUNIOR DECORATIVE Blue Points Allowed ........................ 4 AGE CLASSES (a) Age 5 to 8 (b) Age 9 to 12 LOt 110. The Home of Smokey the Bear 111. A Trip to the Beach 112. The Farm 113. Old Fashioned Flowers 114. Fourth of July Red White 2 1 Class XII - ROSES (Color Classes as needed) must be at least 2/3 open - or full blown. Lot 62. 1 bloom Hybrid Tea (Disbudded) 63. 1 spray Floribunda 64. 1 spray Grandiflora 65. 1 spray, or 1 single bloom of Climbing or Pillar rose SECTION II1 - ANNUALS Class XIII - ZINNIAS LOt 66.1 bloom, large double 67.1 bloom, large single 68.1 bloom, Fantasy 69.3 blooms, small flowered 70.3 blooms, Dwarf (lilliput) 71.Other Class XIV - MARIGOLDS Lot 72. 1 disbudded bloom, tall growing 73. 3 tall growing 74. Spray French, etc. low growing 1 75. Spray, dwarf growing (Cupid, etc.) 1 same or different colors. Page S-8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 1, 1971 loast be ~to,~m "oy ex~bitot. "o be ~l~dt on its own merits .~,ccessones pennitte~ on the luainr Decorative ART -- DIVISION A CHAIRMAN: Mrs. Julie Bourne - Phone 426-2804 DEPARTMENT RULES: 1. Entries will be accepted this year from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 18. No entries in the Art Division will be accepted Thurs. or before 1:00 p.m. Wed. No entries shall be withdrawn before 6:00 p.m. Sunday, August 22. 2. All entries which are not all ready framed must be suitably matted and wired ready for hanging. 3. Each artist is limited to three entries in each "sub-lot." 4. Premium Ribbons: Blue; First (5 pts.), Red; Second (3 pts.), White; Third (0 pts.), will be awarded in e~ach "sub-lot." 5. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor. 6. Exhibiting artist will be judged in the following classifications: CLASS I PROFESSIONAL - Artists who earn a substantial livelihood through sales of their work or through the instruction of others. CLASS II SEMI-PROFESSIONAL - Artists who do not earn a substantial livelihood in selling or instructing, but have sold paintings. These artists have had instruction and show skill above the amateur class. CLASS III AMATEUR - Artists who have had no formal art instruction and paint only as a hobby. CLASS 1V JUNIORS - Artists who are in their teens through pre-school youngsters - Age will be recorded on each entry to facilitate the judges in awarding premium ribbons. 7. Articles not eligible after two years of exhibition. LOT NUMBERS Open to all artist classifications - (Professional through Juniors). Both Realistic and Abstract entries will be accepted in each lot. 1. Oil a. Animal and Wildlife studies b. Landscapes c. Portraits d. Sea Stapes e. Still Life f. Others (These "sub-lot" categories apply 2. Acrylic 3. Watercolor 4. Charcoal 5. Pencil 6. Pen and Ink 7. Chalk and Pastels 8. Crayon 9. Graphic Art or Prints 10. Tempera 11. Mixed Media 12. Collages 13. Sculpturing (open lot as to materials and subject) 14. Miscellaneous (a) Any work not included above to all other lot numbers.) CRAFTS AND HOBBLES Superintendent: Mrs. Julie Bourne Phone 426-2804 DEPARTMENT RULES: 1. All entries must be made Thursday August 19, between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. No entries shall be removed from the fair grounds before 6:00 p.m. Sunday, August 22. 2. All exhibits must be entirely the work of the exhibitor. 3. Each entry will be judged on its merits as a hobby and points that will be considered in judging include: Execution, originality, study, possibilities of development and general appeal. 4. No hobby, formerly exhibited, will be accepted unless it shows marked progress. 5. Collections mounted on cardboard, for hanging should be covered with cellophane, for their protection. Matches must be removed from matchbook collections. Class I1 entries will be limited to 8 items per collection. Class 111 exhibitors will be limited to three models. Howard and mw&~t LANDSCAPING & DESIGN STAR RT. 2, BOX 421 Wilma Ranniger BELFAIR, WA. 98528 ! I F.C M4 Ckk. NOIR. Ford - Mercury SALES --- SERVICE 426-8231 Kneeland Center Shelton INSURANCE REAL ESTATE --TRAVEL 401 RAILROAD --- SHELTON "HAVE FUN AT THE FAIR'' FREE ESTIMATES Complete Line of Pumps & Repairs Phone 426-2719 SHOP BY PHONE 24 HRS. A DAY SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Sears, Shelton Phone 426-8201 275-2558 CR 5-6161 Prescriptions, Gifts, Cosmetics Owen Clark, Pharmacist Lots of Success to the Mason County Fair Fountain Service -- Home Made Pies DI NNERS SERVED ratulations Mason County Fair Compliments of Ice Cream 126 North 2nd, Shelton 24 FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM CONES -- SHAKES -- SUNDAES wishes the Mason County Fair a successful 1971 season, AL & DEBBIE BROWNING Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page S-13