September 6th – 11th, 2016

SUPERINTENDENTS

Phillips, Wise, Warrick, Lucas

Deadline for all entries is 5:00 p.m., August 20, 2016

Please read carefully all rules for open class exhibits. Further rules and information are listed under each sections in this department including set up times and judging schedules. Exhibits are to be picked up at the close of the fair between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 11, 2016. Entries are limited in this department to one (1) entry per class per exhibitor. There are no entry fees in this department but each exhibitor must purchase either a membership ticket (Belmont County Residents 18 years and older) or exhibitor ticket. Youth classes are for children ages 5-18 and must be the child’s own work. Exhibitor’s name will be added to entry tag after judging.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

SECTION 1 – BAKED GOODS

Exhibits in this section are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. Judging begins at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. Commercial mixes are not permitted in any Baked Goods Classes except Section 1J. Exhibits are to be displayed on styrofoam plates where feasible. In addition to placing ribbons and premiums, a Best of Show Rosette will be awarded one winner from Section A; one winner from Section B, one winner from Section C and D; one winner from Section E; one winner from Section F, G, and H; one winner from Section I.

THE 18th ANNUAL BAKED GOODS AUCTION will be held at 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, September 7, at Robinson Stage. Proceeds from baked goods sold at auction will be divided with 50% going to the exhibitor and 50% retained for improvements in this department. All exhibitors in this section are eligible. Participation in the auction is optional except for the 1A Presidential Choice entries, which will be automatically entered. All auction entries must list all ingredients on a 3×5 card attached to the entry. Please indicate on entry form if you would like to participate. Following judging, 1⁄4 loaf of bread, l piece of cake, l piece of pie, 1⁄2 dozen cookies and 1⁄2 pound of candy will be kept for display during the remainder of the fair with the rest either entered in the auction or taken home.

1A – PRESIDENTIAL CHOICE

Exhibitor must follow recipe below for Pumpkin Bread. All entries in this class will be auctioned off at the 18th Annual Baked Goods Auction.

CLASS

  1. Pumpkin Bread
    • 3 1⁄2 cup flour
    • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
    • 2 teaspoons baking soda
    • 1 cup applesauce
    • 1 teaspoon salt
    • 4 eggs
    • 1⁄2 teaspoon baking powder
    • 1 – 15 oz. can of pumpkin
    • 3 cup white sugar
    • 1⁄2 cup water
    • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

    Grease loaf pans. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine flour, baking soda, salt, baking powder, sugar and cinnamon. Stir well. Add applesauce, eggs, pumpkin and water. Mix batter with mixer. Pour in pans and bake 50 to 60 minutes. Makes 2 loaves.

1B – BREAD AND ROLLS

CLASS

  1. White Bread
  2. Brown Bread
  3. Banana Bread
  4. Zucchini Bread
  5. Dinner Rolls (12)
  6. Breakfast Roll or Coffee Cake
  7. Biscuits (8)
  8. Muffins (8, specify type)
  9. Any Other

1C– CAKES

CLASS

  1. Angel-Food, not iced
  2. Applesauce, not iced
  3. Chocolate
  4. Cup Cakes (12)
  5. Gingerbread, Not Iced
  6. Marble
  7. Pound, Not Iced
  8. Spice
  9. White
  10. Yellow
  11. Any Other Iced Cake
  12. Any Other Non Iced Cake

1D – PIES

CLASS

  1. Apple
  2. Cherry
  3. Peach
  4. Pumpkin
  5. Raspberry
  6. Blueberry
  7. Any Other One Crust
  8. Any Other Two Crust

1E —DECORATED CAKES

Judged on decoration and originality only. Baked cake is not required and artificial icing may be used. Professional classes are for persons who bake and sell cakes for money and Amateur classes are for all others. Premiums: First – $4.00; Second – $3.00; and Third – $2.00.

AMATEUR

CLASS

  1. Adult’s Birthday
  2. Child’s Birthday
  3. Holiday
  4. Wedding
  5. Any Other Decorated Cupcake – Single cupcake decorated and attractively displayed.
  6. Cupcake – Baby Shower
  7. Cupcake – Adult’s Birthday
  8. Cupcake – Child’s Birthday
  9. Cupcake – Bridal/Wedding Shower
  10. Cupcake – Graduation
  11. Cupcake – Holiday

PROFESSIONAL

CLASS

  1. Adult’s Birthday
  2. Child’s Birthday
  3. Holiday
  4. Wedding
  5. Any Other Decorated Cupcake – Single cupcake decorated and attractively displayed.
  6. Cupcake – Baby Shower
  7. Cupcake – Adult’s Birthday
  8. Cupcake – Child’s Birthday
  9. Cupcake – Bridal/Wedding Shower
  10. Cupcake – Graduation
  11. Cupcake – Holiday

1 F – COOKIES

Exhibit to include 1 1⁄2 dozen cookies with 1⁄2 dozen to be left for display. To be exhibited on styrofoam plate.

CLASS

  1. Bar
  2. Brownie
  3. Chocolate Chip
  4. Drop
  5. Filled
  6. Ginger
  7. No-Bake
  8. Oatmeal
  9. Party
  10. Peanut Butter
  11. Refrigerator
  12. Sugar
  13. Any Other

1G– COBBLER

CLASS

  1. Blueberry
  2. Raspberry
  3. Blackberry
  4. Peach
  5. Cherry
  6. Any Other

1H- CANDY

Exhibit to include 1 1⁄2 pound of candy with 1⁄2 pound to be left for display. To be exhibited on styrofoam plate. Recipe may be attached to exhibit following judging.

CLASS

  1. Caramels
  2. Divinity
  3. Fudge
  4. Peanut Brittle
  5. Any Other

1I– KIDS’ BAKE OFF

Exhibit to be same amounts as for other similar classes listed.

CLASS

  1. Bread and Rolls
  2. Cakes
  3. Candy
  4. Cookies
  5. Pies

1J – CAKE MIX BAKE OFF

Any recipe using a boxed cake mix.

CLASS

  1. Cake Mix Bake Off

1K – UGLIEST DECORATED CAKE
This was created as a fun category. Cakes are to purposely be ugly. Exhibitors are asked to use their imaginations and creativity in producing an ugly cake. Cakes will be judged on looks only and will not be tasted.

CLASS

  1. Ugliest Decorated Cake

SECTION 2 – CANNED FOOD

Exhibits in this section are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6. Judging will be on Wednesday, September 7 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Foods must be canned by recommended procedures using standard canning jars only. Entries are to be prepared by the exhibitor within the past year. All foods are to be canned in pint or quart glass jars except jams and Jellies – use standard jelly glasses or pint jars. All jars must be clean and properly labeled with date canned, product name, processing method and length of processing time. Fancy covers for tops of jars and recipe cards may be added after judging, but are optional. Screw bands may be left on. Best of Show Rosette to overall winner from Sections 2A through 2H in addition to placing ribbons and premiums.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

2A – BUTTERS

CLASS

  1. Apple
  2. Peach
  3. Pear
  4. Plum
  5. Quince
  6. Any Other

2B – FRUITS

CLASS

  1. Apples
  2. Applesauce
  3. Blackberries
  4. Cherries
  5. Peaches
  6. Pears
  7. Plums
  8. Raspberries
  9. Rhubarb
  10. Any Other

2C – JAMS

CLASS

  1. Blackberry
  2. Cherry
  3. Peach
  4. Plum
  5. Raspberry
  6. Strawberry
  7. Any Other

2D– JELLIES

CLASS

  1. Apple
  2. Blackberry
  3. Cherry
  4. Elderberry
  5. Grape
  6. Peach
  7. Plum
  8. Quince
  9. Raspberry
  10. Strawberry
  11. Any Other

2E– PICKLES AND RELISHES

CLASS

  1. Beets
  2. Peppers
  3. Bread & Butter Pickles
  4. Dill Pickles
  5. Mixed Pickles
  6. Mustard Pickles
  7. Sweet Pickles
  8. Corn Relish
  9. Pepper Relish
  10. Tomato Relish
  11. Spiced Peaches or Pears
  12. Zucchini Pickles or Relish
  13. Any Other

2F– VEGETABLES

CLASS

  1. Green Beans
  2. Lima Beans
  3. Yellow Beans
  4. Any Other Shelled Beans
  5. Beets
  6. Broccoli
  7. Carrots
  8. Cauliflower
  9. Corn
  10. Mixed Vegetables (2 or more)
  11. Peas
  12. Peppers
  13. Spinach
  14. Tomatoes
  15. Whole Tomatoes
  16. Any Other

2G– MISCELLANEOUS

CLASS

  1. Beef
  2. Beef Broth
  3. Catsup
  4. Chicken
  5. Chicken Broth
  6. Chili Sauce
  7. Grape Juice
  8. Salsa
  9. Sauerkraut
  10. Spaghetti Sauce
  11. Tomato Juice
  12. Tomato Soup
  13. Vegetable Soup
  14. Meal In A Jar
  15. Any Other

2H– YOUTH DIVISION

Open to Anyone Under Age 18.

  1. Fruits
  2. Jams or Jellies
  3. Vegetables

2I– DISPLAY OF CANNED FOODS
CLASS

Premiums: First – $6.00; Second – $4.00; and Third – $2.00. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the overall winner in this section with the Best Display of Canned Foods. Seven to ten different foods (at least one from Butters, Jams or Jellies; one from Fruits; one from Pickles and Relishes; two from Vegetables).

CLASS

  1. Display of Canned Foods

SECTION 3 – FIELD CROPS

Exhibits in this section are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6. Judging will begin at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. All field crops shall be the current year’s crop. All spoiled produce will be removed. In addition to placing ribbons and premiums, a Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the overall winner in Section 3 – Field Crops.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

3A – GRAINS

All small grains to be exhibited in quart glass jars. Lids will be removed for judging.

CLASS

  1. Barley
  2. Oats
  3. Rye
  4. Speltz
  5. Wheat
  6. 10 Ears Hybrid Corn
  7. Any Other Grain

3B – HAY AND OTHER FIELD CROPS

Hay exhibits must not exceed 2 feet square bales in size and must be taken from mechanically baled product.

CLASS

  1. Alfalfa Hay
  2. Clover Hay
  3. Grass Hay
  4. Mixed Hay
  5. Ensilage Corn (6 stalks)
  6. Tallest Stalk of Corn
  7. Longest Ear of Corn

3C – FUN CLASS

CLASS

  1. Tallest Weed (Cut Off At Ground Level)

SECTION 4 — GARDEN CROPS

Exhibits in this section are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6 Judging will begin at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. Exhibits of garden crops must be displayed on styrofoam plates, grown by exhibitor and be free from disease. All spoiled produce will be removed. A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the overall winner from Sections 4A through 4J in addition to placing ribbons and premiums.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

4A – BEANS

CLASS

  1. Green (15 pods)
  2. Lima (15 pods)
  3. Marrowfat (15 pods)
  4. Pole (15 pods)
  5. Soup (15 pods)
  6. Any Variety of Yellow (15 pods)
  7. Any Other Pod (15)
  8. Shelled Lima (25)
  9. Any Other Shelled (25)
  10. Display (not less than 6 varieties)

4B – CABBAGE

CLASS

  1. Early (1 head)
  2. Heaviest (1 head)
  3. White (1 head)
  4. Red (1 head)

4C – CORN

CLASS

  1. Yellow Sweet (6 ears)
  2. White Sweet (6 ears)
  3. Bi-Color Sweet (6 ears)
  4. Popcorn (6 ears)
  5. Ornamental (6 ears)

4D – CUCUMBERS

CLASS

  1. Cucumbers (5)
  2. Burpless (3)
  3. Pickling (10)
  4. Largest

4E – ONIONS

CLASS

  1. Red (5)
  2. White (5)
  3. Yellow (5)

4F – PEPPERS

CLASS

  1. Hot Red (5)
  2. Hot Yellow (5)
  3. Sweet Green (5)
  4. Sweet Red (5)
  5. Sweet Yellow (5)
  6. Jalapeno (3)
  7. Largest (3)
  8. Collection (6, at least 3 varieties)

4G- POTATOES

CLASS

  1. Early Ohio (5)
  2. Irish Cobbler (5)
  3. Katahdin (5)
  4. Kennebec (5)
  5. Red Pontiac (5)
  6. Rural Russet (5)
  7. Sweet Potatoes (5)
  8. Any Other Variety (5)

4H– PUMPKINS AND SQUASH

CLASS

  1. Connecticut Field Pumpkin(1)
  2. Kershaw Pumpkin(1)
  3. Pie Pumpkin (1)
  4. Any Other Pumpkin (1)
  5. Acorn Squash (1)
  6. Buttercup Squash (1)
  7. Butternut Squash (1)
  8. Hubbard Squash (1)
  9. Spaghetti Squash (1)
  10. Yellow Summer Squash (1)
  11. Zucchini Squash (1)
  12. Largest Zucchini (1)
  13. Any Other Squash (1)

4I– TOMATOES

CLASS

  1. Beefsteak (5)
  2. Cherry (15)
  3. Italian or Paste (5)
  4. Red (5)
  5. Salad (8)
  6. Stuffing (5)
  7. Yellow Pear (5)
  8. Yellow (5)
  9. Pink (5)
  10. Hillbilly (3)
  11. Largest Tomatoes (3)
  12. Grape Tomatoes (8)

4J– OTHER GARDEN CROPS

CLASS

  1. Table Beets (5)
  2. Carrots (6)
  3. Cauliflower (1 head)
  4. Celery (bunch)
  5. Purple Eggplant (3)
  6. Gourd Collection (6 – 12)
  7. Any Other Gourd
  8. Muskmelon or Cantaloupe
  9. Watermelon
  10. Okra (3)
  11. Parsnips (5)
  12. Peanuts (10)
  13. Peas (10 pods)
  14. Rhubarb (6 stalks)
  15. Turnips (3)
  16. Vegetable Oysters (6 roots)
  17. Any Other Garden Crop
  18. Most Unusual or Odd Shaped
  19. Decorated Vegetable
  20. Decorated Pumpkin (not carved)
  21. Decorated Pumpkin (not carved) – Youth
  22. Decorated Gourd
  23. Decorated Gourd – Youth
  24. Salad Bowl (At least 4 different whole vegetables, in appropriate container)

4K– DISPLAY OF GARDEN VEGETABLES

Eight (8) different vegetables attractively displayed in a basket or other suitable container. Exhibit may contain 2 or 3 of each vegetable. PREMIUMS – First – $6.00; Second – $4.00; and Third – $2.00. A Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the winner of this class in addition to placing ribbons and premiums.

CLASS

  1. Display of Garden Vegetable

SECTION 5 – FLOWER SHOW

Exhibits in this section are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. Judging will begin at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7.

Open to any amateur. An amateur is anyone who grows plants for his or her pleasure, not for the purpose of a livelihood. Horticulture specimens should be marked with variety name and a tag attached to stem. Painted dry plant material permitted. No plastic or artificially colored fresh plant material. No plastic or silk lowers or foliage permitted. Clear glass containers are provided. Disbudded means no side shoots. All plant material used in the artistic design section should be listed on a 3X5 card. Standard system of judging will be done. Exhibitors may be present for judging. Best of Show Rosettes will be awarded the overall winner in Horticulture Sections 5A through 5P and in Horticulture Section 5Q in addition to placing ribbons and premiums.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

5A– ROSES

Hybrid Tea Roses – Named, one bloom, disbudded, foliage attached

CLASS

  1. Yellow or Yellow Blend
  2. Pink or Pink Blend
  3. White or Near White
  4. Red or Red Blend
  5. Any Other Color Not Listed Floribunda or Polyantha Roses – Named, one stem, not disbudded, foliage attached

CLASS

  1. Yellow or Yellow Blend
  2. Pink or Pink Blend
  3. White or Near White
  4. Red or Red Blend
  5. Any Other Color Not Listed
  6. Any Variety Naturally Grown Miniature Roses – Named, one Spray, not disbudded, foliage attached

CLASS

  1. Yellow or Yellow Blend
  2. Pink or Pink Blend
  3. White or Near White
  4. Red or Red Blend
  5. Any Other Color Not Listed

5B– HOSTAS

CLASS

  1. Hostas – 3 Leaves, each leaf a different variety, in the same container

5C– COSMOS

CLASS

  1. One spray – Named, any color, foliage attached

5D– SNAPDRAGONS

CLASS

  1. Any Variety – With foliage

5E- CELOSIA (COXCOMB)

CLASS

  1. Plumed Variety – Named, one stem, foliage attached
  2. Crested Variety – Named, one stem, foliage attached

5 F – CHRYSANTHEMUMS

CLASS

  1. One Spray – Named, any variety (A spray is a stem system and foliage)

5G– GLADIOLUS (One spike, named)

CLASS

  1. Medium (3 1/2” to 4 1⁄2” across)
  2. Small (2 1/2” to 3 1⁄2” across)
  3. Miniature (under 2 1⁄2” across)

5H– MARIGOLDS (One stem, named)

CLASS

  1. Large, Any Color – One bloom, disbudded, foliage attached
  2. Medium, Any Color – One bloom, foliage attached
  3. Miniature or Dwarf – One spray, any color

5I– ZINNIAS (Named, one stem, disbudded, foliage attached)

CLASS

  1. Large Dahlia Type, Any Color
  2. Large Cactus Type, Any Color
  3. Small, Under 2”, Any Color, Any Variety

5J– DAHLIAS (Named, one stem, disbudded, foliage attached)

CLASS

  1. Giant, Any Variety – One bloom, 10” or over
  2.  Large – One bloom, any variety, 8” but less than 10”
  3. Medium – One bloom, any variety, 6” but less than 8”
  4. Small – One bloom, any variety, 4” but less than 6”
  5. Cactus – One bloom, any color
  6. Exotic – One bloom, any color
  7. Pompom – One bloom, any color
  8. Other – One bloom, any variety, less than 4” in Diameter

5K – EVERLASTING- Freshly Grown

  1. Straw lower – 1 spray
  2. Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena) – Red – 1 spray
  3. Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena )– Purple – 1 spray
  4. Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena) – Pink – 1 spray
  5. Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena) – White- 1 spray

5L– OUTDOOR PLANTS (Named)

CLASS

  1. Any Other Outdoor Plant, Flowering
  2. Any Other Outdoor Plant, Foliage

5M– HOUSEPLANTS (Named)

CLASS

  1. African Violet, Single Flower, Any Color, Single Crown
  2. African Violet, Double Flower, Any Color, Single Crown
  3. Begonia, Any Color, Single Flower
  4. Begonia, Any Color, Double Flower
  5. Coleus, Any Variety, Named
  6. Foliage Plant, One Plant Per Pot
  7. Any Other Flowering House Plant
  8. Any Other House Plant

5N– HANGING BASKETS

CLASS

  1. Flowering or Foliage Plants, One Variety Per Pot

5O– JUNIOR HORTICULTURE (Under age 18)

CLASS

  1. Marigold – One Bloom, Disbudded, Foliage Attached
  2. Dahlias – One Bloom, Disbudded
  3. Gladiolus
  4. Zinnias
  5. Houseplant
  6. Flower Arrangement

5P- ARRANGEMENTS

Premiums: First – $3.00; Second – $2.00; and Third – $1.00

  1. “Happy New Year” (Inspirational)
  2. “Love Is in the Air”(Design including pink and red)
  3. “Luck of the Irish” (Design showing foliage and shades of green)
  4. “Here Comes Peter Cottontail” (Design using pastel colors)
  5. “Honoring our Fallen Heroes” (A picnic table centerpiece)
  6. “Happy Birthday America” (Design using red and white flowers in a blue container)
  7. “Spooky Street” (Design with Halloween theme)
  8. “Bountiful Harvest” (Design using fruits and vegetables)
  9. “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas” (Exhibitor’s interpretation)
  10. “Show Us Your Spirit” (Design using school colors)
  11. “Buckeye Bonanza” (Design using scarlet and grey)
  12. “Mountaineer Madness” (Design using blue and gold)
  13. “A Day at the Fair” (Design with a fair theme)
  14. “You are My Sunshine” (Design using sun flower)
  15. Window Box (18’ x 61/2” x 6 1/2” No artificial lowers)

SECTION 6 – FRUIT CROPS

Exhibits are to be brought to the Fairgrounds by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6. Judging will begin at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. All spoiled produce will be removed. Exhibit of fruit must be displayed on styrofoam plate, grown by exhibitor, be free from disease, and consist of five specimens unless otherwise stated. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the overall winner from Sections A through G in addition to placing ribbons and premiums.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless noted otherwise. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

6A– APPLES

CLASS

  1. Cortland
  2. Delicious
  3. Delicious, Red Sport Of
  4. Empire
  5. Gala
  6. Golden Delicious
  7. Granny Smith
  8. Grimes Golden
  9. Idared
  10. Jersey Mac
  11. Jonagold
  12. Jonathan
  13. Law Red Rome
  14. McIntosh
  15. Melrose
  16. Mutsu
  17. Northern Spy
  18. Paula Red
  19. Rome Beauty
  20. Spigold
  21. Stayman
  22. Stayman, Red Sport of
  23. Tydeman’s Red
  24. Virginia Gold
  25. Wealthy
  26. Winesap
  27. Any Variety Not Listed

6B– GRAPES

CLASS

  1. Concord
  2. Delaware
  3. Fredonia
  4. Niagara
  5. Sheridan
  6. Any Variety Not Listed

6C– PEACHES

CLASS

  1. Belle of Georgia
  2. Madison
  3. Any Variety Not Listed

6D– PEARS

CLASS

  1. Bartlett
  2. Buerre Anjou
  3. Douglas
  4. Delicious
  5. Keiffer
  6. Magness
  7. Moonglow
  8. Seckel
  9. Any Variety Not Listed

6E– PLUMS

CLASS

  1. Bluefre Prune
  2. Damson (Common)
  3. Emperial Epineuse
  4. Shropshire Damson
  5. Stanley
  6. Any Variety Not Listed

6F– QUINCES

CLASS

  1. Orange
  2. Champion
  3. Any Variety Not Listed

6G– MISCELLANEOUS

CLASS

  1. Crabapple, Any Variety
  2. Any Other Fruit
  3. Most Unusual or Odd Shaped Fruit (quirk of nature)
  4. Decorated Fruit

6H– DISPLAY OF FRUIT

Eight or more different varieties of fruit from at least four kinds. Display not to exceed 36 inches wide on 4 risers high.

Premiums: First – $6.00; Second – $4.00; and Third – $2.00. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded first place.

CLASS

  1. Display of Fruit

SECTION 7 – HONEY

All jars must be specified size, clear glass, with no label. Honey must be current year’s production. All comb honey must be wrapped in clear plastic. All products entered must be owned and produced by the exhibitor. Honey will be judged on quality, cleanliness and aroma. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded the overall winner of this class.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00 unless otherwise noted. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded all winners.

CLASS

  1. Light Amber – in 1 pound jar
  2. Medium Amber – in 1 pound jar
  3. Dark Amber – in 1 pound jar
  4. Comb Honey – 2 square sections
  5. Chunk Honey – 1 pound in glass
  6. Two shallow extracting frames

SECTION 8 – SUNFLOWERS

All sun lowers must be grown by the exhibitor. Sun lower head only to be displayed.

CLASS

  1. Largest in diameter
  2. Miniature
  3. Best Cultured

SECTION 9 – WINE

Exhibits are to be brought to the Fairground by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6. Judging will begin at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 7. All exhibits must be the vinification of the exhibitor. Best of Show Rosette will be awarded to the overall winner of this section.

PREMIUMS – First – $2.00; Second – $1.50; and Third – $1.00. Placing ribbons and premiums will be awarded to all winners.

CLASS

  1. Berry Fruits
  2. Tree Fruits
  3. Vine Fruits
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