1 Faulkner County Fair Association Officers General Chairman: David Henze Treasurer: Larry Brewer 2014 Fair Association Board of Directors David Henze Larry Brewer Jim Baker Eugene Farris David Heffington Mike Lagasse Barbara Mathes Cecil Oursbourn Mary Margaret Satterfield Mike Reynolds -- Livestock Superintendent Lisa Evans -- Home Economics Superintendent Mike Raycher -- Commercial Exhibits Rick Sublett -- Parade This is Your Fair The 2014 Faulkner County Fair will be the 76 th event of this nature. Our success has depended mainly on the help of every organization of men and women in the county and numerous county and city officials. The fair board takes this opportunity to thank every citizen of Faulkner County for your splendid cooperation in the past. With your continued help and support, Faulkner County will continue to be a Better Place in which to live.
2 Table of Contents Exhibitors Schedule of Events Camper Registration...7 Parking Passes Fair Entry Deadlines.. 8 Street Parade....9 Faulkner County Fair Board Scholarship Dog Show Livestock Division Special Awards Home Economics General Rules & Regulations..13 Education Booth Exhibits (A)...14 Food Preservation (B) Sewing (C)...19 Household Arts & Crafts (D) , 24 Repurposed Products (E) Needlework Items (F) Art (G) School Art (H). 30 Photography (I) Baked Goods (J) Agronomy (K)...34 Horticulture (L) Floriculture(M) Faulkner County Premium Sale Rules Invest in Faulkner County Youth 40 Premium Sale Buyers/Junior Livestock Auction Supporters Livestock & Poultry Division General Rules & Regulations Beef Cattle Department (N) Dairy Cattle Department (O) JR. Dairy Goat Department (P) Meat Goat Department (Q) Sheep Department (R) Junior Swine Department (S) Poultry Department (T)
3 Junior Rabbit Department (U) History of the Faulkner County Fair. 74 The information in this fair book has been checked for accuracy and completeness, however, if something was inadvertently omitted or printed incorrectly, the Fair Board reserves the right to make corrections up to and including the week of the Fair. The Fair Board will also have the final decision making role concerning any changes in rules or guidelines and any interpretations of the rules, guidelines, etc. regarding the Fair.
4 2014 Fair Schedule Thursday September 11 3 p.m. 8 p.m. Home Economic Entry Day Friday September 12 9:30 a.m. Home Economic Judging (except Baked Goods & Floriculture) Saturday September 13 Sunday September p.m. Educational Booths 9 p.m. All Dairy Goats must be in place Monday September 15 8 a.m. 10 p.m. Set up Commercial Booths 9.a.m. Breeding Meat Goat Show 9 a.m. 11 a.m. Enter Baked Goods & Floriculture 11 a.m. Judging Baked Goods & Floriculture 11 a.m. Dairy Goat Show 4 p.m. Poultry (except broilers) may begin entering fairgrounds 5 p.m. 7 p.m. Rabbit Check In 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Livestock skills contest 7 10 p.m. Swine may enter the fairgrounds (health papers will be checked before unloading) 7 p.m. All Dairy Cattle must be in place 7 p.m. Mandatory Dairy Cattle Exhibitor meeting
5 Anyone needing to miss a market show or premium sale selection and/or sale MUST notify their Vo-Ag Teacher or Extension Agent by this time. The committee s decision will be final (no exceptions). 10 p.m. All Poultry (other than broilers) MUST be in place. 7 a.m. Broilers may begin entering 8 a.m. All Meat Goats and Broilers in place 2014 Fair Schedule Tuesday September 16 8 a.m. Broilers will be judged in the ring. All other poultry will be judged in the poultry barn. All broilers will be released after judging. Broiler Awards Ceremony will immediately follow show. Immediately after we will have general breed poultry judging. 8 a.m. -12 p.m. Swine may begin entering Fairgrounds (health papers must be checked before unloading) 9 a.m. Meat Goat Weigh-In 9 a.m. Judging of Junior Division Dairy Cattle Showmanship & Junior and Open Dairy Cattle Exhibits (Immediately following the Dairy Goat Awards). Dairy Cattle Awards will directly follow show. 12 p.m. All Beef Cattle in place 12 p.m. All Swine must be in place 2 p.m. Market Steers, Prospect/Feeder Steers, County and Commercial Heifers Weigh-In 3:30p.m. Mandatory Meat Goat Exhibitor Meeting in Show Ring. 4 p.m. Judging of Meat Goat Exhibits followed by Meat Goat Showmanship. Meat Goat Awards will Immediately follow show 4 p.m. 7p.m. Rabbit Check in 5 p.m. Downtown Parade 6 p.m. Midway Open 7 p.m. Entertainment at Band Stand 8 p.m. All Rabbits must be in place p.m. Swine weigh in
6 2014 Fair Schedule Wednesday September 17 8 a.m. All lambs In Place 9 a.m. Rabbit Show Starts 9 a.m. Exhibit Buildings Open 12 p.m. Judging of Swine Showman, followed by Breeding Swine Show. Swine Awards will immediately follow show. 5:30 p.m. Mandatory Market Hog Exhibitory Meeting in Show Ring 6 p.m. Midway Open 6 p.m. Market Hog Show 7 p.m. Entertainment at Band Stand Thursday September 18 9 a.m. Lamb Weigh-In 8:30 a.m. Mandatory Beef Cattle Exhibitor Meeting in Show Ring 9 a.m. Exhibit Building Open 9:30 a.m. Judging of Beef Cattle Exhibits (Market Steers, Prospect/Feeder Steers, and Breeding Beef, Heifers and Showmanship) Beef Cattle Awards will immediately follow show. 5:00 p.m. Mandatory Sheep Exhibitor Meeting in Show Ring 5:30 p.m. Breeding Sheep with Commercial Show 6 p.m. Judging of Sheep Showmanship ages 5--8, followed by the judging of Market Lambs 6 p.m. Midway Opens 7 p.m. Entertainment at Band Stand 2014 Fair Schedule
7 Friday September 19 9 a.m. Exhibit Buildings Open 9 a.m. -11 a.m. Dog Obedience Exhibition (School Groups Welcome) 6 p.m. 8 p.m. All Grand and Reserve Market Animals will be on exhibit in the Show Ring 7 p.m. Entertainment at Band Stand 9 a.m. Exhibit Buildings Open 10 a.m. Junior Livestock Auction 12 noon Midway Open 2 p.m. Livestock Special Awards Ceremony 7 p.m. Entertainment at Band Stand 10 p.m. Livestock Exhibits dismissed Saturday September 20 Midnight Midway Closed End of Fair Sunday September 21 Noon Cleanup Crew 2-4 p.m. Pick up Home Ec/Horticulture Exhibits/Educational Booths See Livestock Rules for Possible Dismissal Schedule Subject to Change
8 Camper Reservations Camper spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Once all camper spaces have been reserved, no more reservations will be accepted. Camper reservation requests will be assigned a camper space number. Campers must be located in their assigned space. There will be a fee of $50.00 for the week. Non-payment of the required fee will result in forfeiting of the reservation. No campers will be allowed before Saturday, September 13, All campers must be removed from the fairgrounds by Sunday, September 21, Due to limited parking space each camper includes parking for only TWO vehicles. Each camper registration will receive TWO vehicle passes. These passes must be displayed on the vehicle as instructed. Only TWO vehicles (with the required pass properly displayed) will be allowed to park at each camper space. All violators of this policy will have their vehicle towed at the owner s expense. To reserve a camper space contact: Larry Brewer at or All money should be given or mailed to (we cannot be responsible for payments lost in the mail): Fair Board Treasurer Larry Brewer P.O. Box 305 Conway, AR 72033
9 Parking Passes Exhibitors will receive one pass per person Week Passes are available for sale $20 a week for general parking ONLY Passes may be purchased at fair ticket office or by sending check to: All money should be given or mailed to (we cannot be responsible for payments lost in the mail): Fair Board Treasurer Larry Brewer P.O. Box 305 Conway, AR 72033
10 Fair Information & Entry Deadlines All entries will be entered online at faulk.fairmanager.com. If you can t access a computer, come to the Faulkner County Extension Office at 844 Faulkner Street-- Monday Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m.--4:00 p.m., or call with any questions. August 29th: ALL LIVESTOCK & HOME EC. ENTRIES ARE DUE. Admission is FREE Parking is $5.00 The Faulkner County Fair Association, Superintendents & Chairmen will NOT be responsible for loss or damages. All entry fees may be sent to: All money should be given or mailed to (we cannot be responsible for payments lost in the mail): Fair Board Treasurer Larry Brewer P.O. Box 305 Conway, AR *Premium checks may be picked up at 6 p.m. on Friday at the fair ticket booth window
11 STREET PARADE Tuesday September 16, p.m. DOWNTOWN CONWAY Floats judged 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, and 4 th places will receive cash prizes of $150, $125, $100, and $50 respectively. All horses entering the parade must have a certificate showing a negative Coggins test within the past 12 months. Parade prizes will be awarded beginning at 8 a.m., Thursday, September 18, at the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce Building, 900 Oak St., Conway Faulkner County Fair Parade Committee Rick Sublett-Chairman Jeff Anderson Jamie Boothe Marguerite Brewer Chuck Clawson Ed Clawson Allen Dodson Steve Ferguson Dickey Fortner Kathy Grissom Ashley Joslin Glen King Russell Langston Mark Ledbetter Randy Lukas Larry Lute Mike Mason Sheila Maxwell Melinda Marple Frank Mitchell Leslie Moore Deanna Ott Amanda Potter Cole Melinda Reynolds Matt Rice Shawn Schichtl Frank Shaw Fletcher Smith Velma Spradlin Dirk Sutterfield
12 Faulkner County Fair Board Scholarship The Faulkner County Fair Board Academic Scholarship is open to any senior graduating from a Faulkner County High School (public or private). The applicant must have participated in activities of the Faulkner County Fair. The scholarship amount is $1,500 and is prorated on a per semester basis for the winning student s first year of post high school education. Applications are available in the counselor s office of all high schools in Faulkner County. The application deadline is April 1 st of each year. Applications may be turned in at the Faulkner County Extension Office on 844 Faulkner Street or mailed to: Faulkner County Fair Scholarship P.O. Box 305 Conway, AR Mailed applications must be postmarked by April 1 st. The winner of the 2014 Scholarship is Michaela Roberts from Greenbrier High School. Michaela plans to attend Harding University and major in Exercise Science.
13 Dog Show Dogs do not need to be registered or purebred. Dogs do not need to be spayed or neutered, however no dog in season will be allowed to show. Exhibitors may substitute another dog with a note from their vet. Exhibitors should be in good standing with their club. Exhibitors should have ownership of the dog by June 1, Dogs should be at least 6 months old to compete, except for agility, which is one year. Dogs are required to show proof of Rabies. Dogs are encouraged to have Distemper, and Parvo vaccines but not required. Exhibitors must clean up after their dog and carry bags with them at the show site. Dogs must be kept on leash or in a crate, except when being judged. Dogs will not be permitted in the livestock barn area at any time. Dogs cannot be left unattended in a crate or especially in a hot vehicle. No aggressive dogs will be allowed at the show site. This includes aggression toward humans or other animals. Dogs should be trained in the class they are competing in. Exhibitors should display good sportsmanship. Exhibitors are expected to use good judgment and proper care for their dog at the show site (providing water and exercise during the show). Exhibitors should have their dogs clean and free of fleas and ticks. There will be a fee of $5 per class. No charge for Cloverkids. No charge for showmanship classes. The classes will be divided into Junior, Intermediate and Senior. No electric collars, no pinch collars. Classes offered: This is an important step in training your dog to have fun with you! This can keep your dog safe. Obedience-Beginning Novice-Flat buckle collar or choke (nylon or metal) 6 foot leash, treats are allowed. All exercises on leash. Heel, Heel fig 8, sit or stand for exam, recall, long sit 1 min, long down 3 min, (handler may remain next to dog) Obedience-Advanced Heel on leash, Heel off leash, fig 8, stand for exam, recall across ring, long sit 1 min, long down 3 min, (handler across ring) Treats are not allowed. Showmanship-this class judged on the handler s ability to present the dog. Handler needs to be able to gait the dog and stack the dog to be examined by the judge. Handler may be asked
14 questions about their dog. Treats and toys are allowed. Agility-Beginning, This is a very active and entertaining class. Keeps you and your dog exercised.-flat buckle collar and no tags only. There will be jumps, and tunnels for this class. This will be a timed event. Exercises may be performed on leash, leash may be dropped at tunnel. There will be 5 jumps and 2 tunnels. Handlers and dogs will have a time to walk the course before competing. Treats and toys are allowed. Agility-Advanced- Jumps, Tunnels, 6 Weave poles and A frame. Exercises are off leash. Penalties for refusals, off courses and dropped bars. Handlers will walk the course before competing. Treats and toys not allowed. Dogs are measured at shoulder if dogs height is 10 in or less it jumps 4 inches if dog height is 10 to 16 inches it jumps 8 inches if dog is 16 to 22 inches it jumps 12 inches if dog is 22 and over it jumps 16 inches Make checks payable to: Faulkner County Fair Send entries to: Tammy Calico 189 Katie Lane Conway, AR 72034
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16 1. All exhibitors must be residents of Faulkner County. Home Economics Department General Superintendent: Lisa Evans Assistant Superintendent: Buffy Campbell General Rules & Regulations 2. Youth exhibitors are those who are age 17 and under. Adult exhibitors are age 18 & up. 3. All exhibits in the Youth and Adult Division will be awarded premiums on an A, B, C, and D basis. Ribbons will be awarded at the discretion of the judges. 4. Youth and adult exhibitors may enter only one item in any class of each department. 5. All items must be produced by the exhibitor after last year s county fair. 6. All exhibits must be entered by the exhibitor or the exhibitor s representative by Friday, August 29, Entries MUST be entered online at: faulk.fairmanager.com, or by coming to the Faulkner County Extension Office-844 Faulkner Street, M-F 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by calling the Extension Office at with any questions. Home Economics exhibits MUST be brought Thursday, September 11 th, 3-8 p.m., with the exception of Baked Goods and Floriculture, which is entered on Monday, September 15 th, 9-11 p.m. All exhibits MUST be picked up between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 21, Soiled articles will not be accepted. 8. All exhibitors must be amateurs and must not have earned $1, or more per year from the craft or hobby they will exhibit. 9. All Home economics Division Exhibits will be judged Friday, September 12, starting at 9:30 a.m. Judging will be CLOSED to the public. THE JUDGE S DECISION WILL BE FINAL. 10. The Chairmen of each Division shall have supervision and control of the exhibits in his/her Division during the Fair, and reserves the right to prescribe the dimensions, regulate the positions of all exhibits so far as may be necessary to secure harmony and attractive appearance and reserves the right to accept or reject an item before or after entry is made. *Premium checks may be picked up at 6 p.m. on Friday at the fair ticket booth window
17 Educational Exhibits Superintendent: Lisa Evans and Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Assistant Superintendent: Buffy Campbell EDUCATIONAL BOOTH EXHIBITS Department A Prizes: Grand Champion $40; Reserve Grand Champion $30; Blue Ribbon $25; Red Ribbons $15; White Ribbons $10 EDUCATIONAL BOOTH RULES & REGULATIONS 1. General Rules and Regulations Apply. 2. EDUCATIONAL BOOTH EXHIBITS CAN BE PUT IN PLACE ON Sunday, SEPTEMBER 14th, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with approval of County Extension Agent or Home Economic Superintendent. All educational booths must be in place by 4 p.m., Sunday, September 14 th, and must remain in place until 2 p.m., Sunday, September 21 nd. 3. All groups wanting space for educational booths must call the County Extension Office at The Extension Office at 844 Faulkner Street- will begin taking reservations for educational booth space July 15, 2014, prior to the county fair, on a first come, first served basis. 4. The Fair will have watchmen on duty at all hours. Every precaution to prevent loss or damage will be exercised; however, neither the Fair Association, Superintendent, nor Chairperson will be responsible should any loss occur. 5. Educational Exhibit space is a 3 X 8 tabletop. Please let the Education Chairman know if you need a table and electricity. 6. You must supply your own back drop. 7. You must supply your own display items for handout materials. SCORECARD FOR EDUCATIONAL BOOTH EXHIBIT COMPONENT POINTS SCORE APPROPRIATENESS OF THEME.15 Educational and/or promotional message, timely, important, practical. Message suited for the viewing audience. PRESENTATION ATTRACTS ATTENTION...10 Light, motion, sound, color, size, etc. TITLE...10 Attractive, catchy, easy to read, appropriate placement DESIGN..20 Good use of color; Center of interest; Unity of movement; Contrast; Balance PRINTED VISUALS..10 Appropriate size; Appropriate placement; Neat & easy to read EFFECTIVENESS MESSAGE ACCURATE, CONCISE & SIMPLE...15 Only one subject covered; unnecessary material eliminated EDUCATIONAL OR PROMOTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS..20 Increases knowledge; Changes attitude; Creates a desire for involvement TOTAL
18 FOOD PRESERVATION Department B Chairperson: Stephanie Simon FOOD PRESERVATION & REGULATIONS***see new rules 1. General Rules and Regulations apply. 2. All entries must have been preserved within the previous 12 months and can only be entered once. 3. Canned products must be shown in standard pint or quart jars or jelly jars. One jar constitutes an entry. 4. For judging and safety reasons jars must be clear glass with Mason-type labeled on jar or box with a clean metal lid and ring, vacuum sealed and of acceptable size per recipe instructions typically quart, pint or smaller. Jars with rusty bands or without bands will not be accepted. 5. Exhibits must be labeled with the date of food preservation and method of preservation. Method must state whether canned in water bath, pressure canned or other, the process time and the pounds of pressure where appropriate. Entries without required labeling will not be judged. Labels are printed on the next page of this book and are also available at or the County Extension Office at 844 Faulkner Street. 6. If recipe used is not from either: So Easy to Preserve, 1999 and 2004, 4 th and 5 th editions. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service. USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning, 2009 revision. United States Department of Agriculture and National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Then entry should also be accompanied by recipe from other Extension publications updated or published after Jams and Jellies: ¼ inch head space. No paraffin sealed jars will be accepted. 8. Vegetables: 1 inch head space. 9. Pickles: no artificial coloring, ½ inch head space. 10. Fruits: ½ inch head space. 11. Due to safety reasons no canned squash including summer, zucchini or spaghetti, pureed or mashed pumpkin, sweet potatoes, or potatoes will be judged. Pickled summer squash and zucchini are allowed. 12. All entries must be prepared by exhibitor. No store-bought items will be allowed.
19 Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain Product Canning Method:1) Pressure # lbs. Minutes 2)Water Bath Minutes 3) Other, explain
20 Points That Will Be Considered in Judging Judging will be done by comparison to recognized standards of quality and safety first and then potentially when met by comparison to other exhibits to determine placing within a class (first, second, third). 1. Containers Standard jars. Clean and polished lids, free from rust. Leave band on lid. 2. Good portion of liquids and solids. All products covered with liquids. 3. Uniformity Pieces of the same size and shape. Natural, even color throughout. 4. Texture Products free from defects. Show careful selection of products. 5. Appearance. VEGETABLES DIVISION 1 1. Asparagus Potatoes (Sweet) Beans (Shelled) Pumpkin Beans (Lima) Salsa Beans (Green) Sauerkraut Beets Spaghetti Sauce Cabbage Soup Mix Carrots Spinach Chili Sauce Taco Sauce Corn (Cream Style) Tomatoes Corn (Whole Kernel) Tomato Ketsup Greens Tomato Juice Hominy Tomato Preserves Okra Tomato Paste Peas (English) Tomato Sauce Peas (Field) Yellow Tomato Juice Potatoes (Irish) Misc.-No Duplicate
21 FRUITS DIVISION 2 1. Apple Juice Mincemeat Apples Muscadine Applesauce Nectarines Apricots Peaches Blackberry Juice Pears Blackberries Plums Blueberries Raspberries, Black Cherries Raspberries, Red Grape Juice Strawberries Huckleberries Misc.-No Duplicates PICKLES AND RELISHES DIVISION 3 1. Apples, spiced Hot Peppers Spiced Peaches Pickled Onions Spiced Pears Pickled Okra Beet Pickles Pimento Peppers Bread & Butter Pickles Sweet Cucumber Pickles Cauliflower Watermelon Rind Pickles Chow Chow Corn Relish Dill Cucumber Pickles Green Tomato Relish Green Tomato Pickles Mixed Pickle Relish Misc.-No Duplicate DRIED FOODS DIVISION 4 1. Fruit Jerky Vegetables Misc.-No Duplicate Items Herbs
22 BUTTERS DIVISION 5 1. Apple Muscadine Apricot Peach Blackberry Pear Blueberry Pepper Cherry Persimmon Crab Apple Plum Elderberry Raspberry Fig Strawberry Grape Watermelon Huckleberry Misc.-No Duplicate Items JELLIES AND JAMS DIVISION 6 1. Apple Jelly Apple Jam Apricot Jelly Apricot Jam Blackberry Jelly Blackberry Jam Blueberry Jelly Blueberry Jam Cherry Jelly Cherry Jam Crab Apple Jelly Crab Apple Jam Elderberry Jelly Elderberry Jam Fig Jelly Fig Jam Grape Jelly Grape Jam Huckleberry Jelly Huckleberry Jam Muscadine Jelly Muscadine Jam Peach Jelly Peach Jam Pear Jelly Pear Jam Pepper Jelly Pepper Jam Persimmon Jelly Persimmon Jam Plum Jelly Plum Jam Raspberry Jelly Raspberry Jam Strawberry Jelly Strawberry Jam Watermelon Jelly Watermelon Jam Misc.-No Duplicate Items Misc.-No Duplicate Items *Premium checks may be picked up at 6 p.m. on Friday at the fair ticket booth window
23 MARMALADES AND PRESERVES DIVISION 7 1. Apple Marmalade Apple Preserves Apricot Marmalade Apricot Preserves Blackberry Marmalade Blackberry Preserves Blueberry Marmalade Blueberry Preserves Cherry Marmalade Cherry Preserves Crab Apple Marmalade Crab Apple Preserves Elderberry Marmalade Elderberry Preserves Fig Marmalade Fig Preserves Grape Marmalade Grape Preserves Huckleberry Marmalade Huckleberry Preserves Muscadine Marmalade Muscadine Preserves Orange Marmalade Orange Preserves Peach Marmalade Peach Preserves Pear Marmalade Pear Preserves Pepper Marmalade Pepper Preserves Persimmon Marmalade Persimmon Preserves Plum Marmalade Plum Preserves Raspberry Marmalade Raspberry Preserves Strawberry Marmalade Strawberry Preserves Watermelon Marmalade Watermelon Preserves Misc.-No Duplicate Item Misc.-No Duplicate Item *Premium checks may be picked up at 6 p.m. on Friday at the fair ticket booth window
24 SEWING Department C Chairman: Erica Barrett SEWING RULES & REGULATIONS 1. General Rules and Regulations apply. 2. Garments must be on hangers. LADIES & GIRLS CLOTHING DIVISION 1 1. Accessories Pants Suit Blouse Pillowcase Dress Dress Best Poncho Dress Casual Shirt Dress Party Shorts Dress Smocked Shorts Outfit Dress Two Piece Skirt Formal Slacks Housecoat/smock Sleepwear Jumper Suit Outerwear Uniform Pants Capri Vest Misc. No Duplicates INFANT & CHILDREN S CLOTHING DIVISION pc. Baby Set Pant Outfit Bib Shirt Bloomers Short Outfit Coat Skirt Dress Best Sleepwear Dress Casual Vest Dress Smocked Misc. N0 Duplicates MENS & BOYS CLOTHING DIVISION 3 1. Jacket Sport Coat Lined Jumpsuit Suit Casual Shirt Suit Lined Slacks Shorts Sleepwear Uniform Sport Coat Casual Vest Misc. No Duplicates
25 SEWING Department C Continued HOUSEHOLD ITEMS DIVISION 4 (not knitted or crocheted) 1. Apron Simple Pillow Sewn-Simple Apron Fancy Pillow Sewn-Fancy Bassinet Set 2 pieces Placemats Covered Clothes Hanger Pot Holder Doll Clothes Tablecloth Simple Dresser Scarf-min Tablecloth Fancy Food Carrier Table Runner Luncheon Cloth Tote Bag Hot Dish Mat Towel-Refrigerator Pillowcase Tea Towel Misc. No Duplicates *Premium Checks can be picked up Friday at 6 p.m. at fair ticket booth window
26 HOUSEHOLD ARTS & CRAFTS Department D Chairman: Rebecca Clifft HOUSEHOLD ARTS & CRAFTS RULES & REGULATIONS 1. General Rules and Regulations apply. 2. Work must be original to the owner. No kits allowed. 3. Items must be of good quality and workmanship or items will be disqualified. CRAFTS AND HOBBIES DIVISION 1 1. Basketry Plaque Beadwork Pottery Candle Craft Purse Cards Homemade Scrapbooking-Page Cards Computer Made Scrapbooking-Holiday Ceramics Scrapbooking Dolls Handmade Double Page 8. Doll Clothes Soap-Melt & Pour Flowers Hand Crafted Stained Glass Flowerpot Stenciling Fun Foam Textile Painting Gourd Craft Tole Painting Hair Bow Tote Bag Hair Accessory Toy Jewelry Earrings Wall Hanging Jewelry Rings Weaving Jewelry Bracelet Wreath Jewelry - Necklace Woodcarving Jewelry- Handmade bead Yarn Craft Jewelry Other Misc. No duplicates Lamp HOLIDAY ITEMS DIVISION 2 1. Angels Placemats Centerpiece Stocking-Usable, Fabric Decorated Baskets-Wood Table Cover Decorated Candle-Large Tree Skirt Door Decoration Wall Hanging Ornaments Wreath Party Favors Table Cloth Misc.-No Duplicates