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July 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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k.~ a. W'all decorations b. Accessoz~j c. Furniture d. Others 2. Leathereraft 3. Shellcraft 4. Metalcraft 5. Woodworking 6. Decorated Tinware 7. Flytying 8. Copperwork 9. Copper-Enameling 10. Carving a. Bone b. Wood c. Soap 11. Jewelry Making 12. Beading a. Indian b. Hand Painted c. Other 13. Weaving (open class as to materials) 14. Plasticraft 15. Glass Craft a. Glass Paint b. Cathedral Glass c. Clear Cast Glass d. Glass Lamps e. Mosaic f. Others 16. Decoupage a. Trays b. Wall Plaques c. Chests and Boxes d. Others 17. Cone Art a. Wall Plaques b. Center Pieces c. Others 18. Candle Making a. Standing b. Hanging c. Christmas d. Sand-casted e. Mold-casted f. Other 19. Flowers a. Wood fibre b. Tissue Paper c. Crepe Paper d. Feathers e. Film f. Velvet g. Miscellaneous material 20. Items from Ribbon 21. Mosaic a. Wall Plaques b. Table Tops c. Trays d. Miscellaneous 22. Basketry 23. Items from Styrofoam 24. Embroideried Art 25. Applique a. Tapestry and velvet b. Other 26. Macrame a. Items to wear b, Wall hangings c. Others 27. Miscellaneous CLASS II - COLLECTIVE HOBBIES: Lot 1. Driftwood 2. Botanical 3. Zoological 4. Stamps 5. Coins 6. Miniatures 7. Dolls 8. Matches 9. Shells 10. Salt and pepper shakers 11. Silverware 12. Miscellaneous CLASS lIl - MODEL HOBBIES: Lot 1. 6-8 years 2. 9-11 years 3. 12-14 years 4. 15-17 years 5. 18 years and over CLASS IV - ANTIQUES Entries of antique collections should interest or value. Lot 1. Antique China or Pottery 2. Firearms 3. Indian Relics 4. Clocks 5. Books or Magazines 6. Early American Glass 7. Bedspreads 8. Pillows and Pillow Cases 9. Needlework other than listed 10. Rugs 11. Not otherwise classified be of historical OPEN CLASS CERAMICS EXHIBITS Superintendent Mrs. Clifford Vanderwal Points: Blue 5, Red 3, White 0 RULES: 1. All entries must be brought to the Fair Grounds between noon and 9 p.m. Thursday August 20, and shall not be removed Page S-IO- Shelton-Mason County Journal- Thursday, S. All hanging exl~Wtts m~ "oe q~ppe~ with hangcx~ and ready for hanging. 6. No more than two (2) entries in one category per person. 7. All exhibits must be plainly marked with the name, address and telephone number of the exhibitor. DIVISION A - AMATEUR Lot 1. Hand modeling 2. Wheel 3. Underglaze (opaque) 4. Underglaze (translucent) a. Air Brush b. Brush shading c. Scene painting d. Portrait painting e. Antiquing 5. Water Carve 6. Sgraffito 7. Glaze a. Gloss b. Matt c. Art d. Glaze combination e. Combination of glazes 8. Metallics a. Gold b. S~lvcr c. Copper d. Platinum, etc. 9. Lusters 10. China paint 11. Unfired stains (ceramic) a. Wood tone b. Detail in color c. Antiquing d. Antiquing in metallics e. Stain and glaze combination 12. Fired Stains 13. Glass 14. Cut work 15. Porcelain 16. Miscellaneous 17. Cut and Polished specimens and tumblers (For juniors only) DIVISION B - PROFESSIONAL (Same lots as above) LAPIDARY AND MINERAL Chairman: Clarence Grunert - 426-8332 Assistant Chairman: Carl L, Emsley Phone 426-4150 Sponsored under the direction of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Society, Inc., aff'diated with the Northwest Federation of Mineralogical Society. RULES 1. Open to all members of the Shelton Rock & Mineral Society. 2. All adult exhibits are non-competitive. 3. Any award shall be given to us as a club effort. 4. Junior exhibits, for boys and girls under 15 years of age, are competitive Any jewelry or lapidary piece is to be the work of the exhibitor. Awards are ribbons only. 5. The chairman shall have the right to limit displays and is in charge of placement of materials. i! July 1, 1971 : 9. ~l~ts ~ ~ ~a~ on ~t~, burst 19t~a ttom 4:00 to IO:00 p.m. No entzies ~ be taken out 1~=tot 6:OO p.m., Sunday, August 22rid, " " DISPLAY ITEMS Precious Gemstones Semi-Precious Gemstones Minerals Book Ends Paper Weights Candlesticks Ashtrays Scenic Wood or Agate Jewelry Unmounted Cabachons Tumbled Material Pictures Crystals Indian artifacts Nove~b~ Gavels Table Tops Tnmsparencies Spheres Pen Holders Faeeted Stones Petrified Wood Miscellaneous LAPIDARY DEMONSTRATIONS Tumbling Rocks Cabachon Making Slab Sawing Opal Cutting Silver Smithing Jewelry Making Baroque Jewelry Making Fluorescent Demonstration 4-H DIVISION GENERAL RULES 1. Any animal ~ article removed from the grounds before 6:00 p.m., Sunday, August 22, forfeits its rights to a prize or other recourse. 2. No girls stay over night on the fairgrounds. 3. All boys and girls entering exhibits or contests must be properly enrolled 4-H members. 4. There will be no Junior and Senior divisions in exhibits except where so stated. 5. Exhibits are entered at the following times: NOTE: Premium rate will be determined by the amount of money available each year. A maximum of ten cents is possible -- but not guaranteed. Agriculture, Thursday, August 19. Flowers, from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday, August 19th, judged the same day. Garden from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.n~, Thursday, August 19th. Judged on Friday. Home Economics, Wednesday, August 18th from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. Judged on Thursday. Livestock, Horses and Cattle, Thursday, August 5th at the Extension office - phone 426-4732. 6. Cattle must be led by exhibitor. 7. Entry sheets will be filled out by the clerks at the desk at the fair and placed on exhibit by the clerks. 8. The Danish system of judging will be used. Any entries deemed unworthy by the judge shall not be awarded a premium, but premiums will not be withheld because of lack of competition. 9. Exhibitors may exhibit only in a project in which they are enrolled. Awards will be made only on exhibits included in, and meeting the qualifications set forth in the premium list. Each member may make only one entry in each lot except in the case of dairy, beef, sheep and swine exhibits - two in each lot and Clothing. Class VI, Foods Class IVa and IVb, Creative Arts Class XXXVIII and Woodworking Class XXXXIV (enter as explained). 10. Members judged first in exhibits and contests will be designated for further participation in Washington State 4-H Fair. 11. Livestock entries (Dairy and Beef) must be made by Thursday, August 5th. Pick up entry blanks at the Extension office in the basement of the Post Office. Any exhibit that is not feasible to conduct at the fairgrounds may be scheduled at another time and place. 12. Any member taking a "Make Up Your Own Mind" project must submit the project plan with his entry. The project plan includes the selection, planning, development and evaluation phases of the project. 13. A Rosette, in honor of a top exhibit, will be given in areas where the judges feel any exhibits are worthy of such an award. CONTESTS 4-H leaders are responsible to notify members of contest time and place. If any 4-H leader does not receive notification of contest time and place, he or she should contact the Extension office for such information. Contests will not be held twice. 1. Judging Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 8 7 6 August 6 - Mountain View School - Foods and Clothing August 20 - Fairgrounds - Garden and Home Grounds 2. Demonstrations Blue Red White Points Allowed ....................... 30 20 I0 March 13 - Grant C. Angle School Bldg., Shelton. March 27 - fairgrounds and North Mason School. 3. Dress Revue August 5, 1971 - Mt. View School Open to any clothing project member.Garment must be made by the contestant during current 4-H year. Garment must be made within project enrolled The garment may be entered in this contest or class VI - clothing, but not both. Basis for Judges' decisions: 1. Current Record book. 2. Garment construction, selection of fabric and findings in relation to the pattern and appearance. 3. Modeling of the garment, design and color, accessory selection and fit. 5. Phone 426-4529 625 SO UTH FIRST STREET -- SHELTON, WASHINGTON Phone 426-2411 jl(_ 1428 OLYMPIC HWY. S. 426-6659 - Minor's A & In - HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY -- Papa, Mama, Baby & Teen -- 1 729 Olympic Hwy. No. armacy Open NElL EVANDER Fifth & Franklin 426-3327 Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 A modern plastering concept that provides quality walls and ceilings for residential, apartment, and commercial construction. A complete family of veneer lath and plaster products, all specially engi- neered and formulated to work together, adding speed, p~rformance and economy on every job. Building and Plastering Olympic Stains Supplies STOP AND SEE OUR NEW STORE Cole Road Sherwin- Willims n / SUPER / S Guaranteed washable New colors COTk TREET -- , ELTO COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE MT, VIEW--SHELTON, WASHINGTON Phone 426-3959 BEST WISHES FOR THE MASON COUNTY FAIR Merv's Tirecap is staffed and equipped to handle all of your tire problems. From the top line Dayton tires to guaranteed re-capping. Merv carries everything you need for cars, trucks or tractors. Complete car care is available at Merv's with brake and alignment work a specialty. Texaco products are featured at the station. 1 st and Cota Streets Daily, except Sunday, 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. WATER WELLS "COMPETENT DRILLERS MEAN WELLS OF QUALITY" and Service MODERN EQUIPMENT Phone 426.4713 1583 EAST DICKINSON --SHELTON Laurence E. Thursday, 3 !y 1, 1971 - She!ton,Mason County Journal - Paqe 1 .... : ........... ~:~ - ........ ~::~: .