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FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1939. THE'-BAILY NEWS—LUDTNGTTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEI* Premiums Listed for Exhibitors (Continued from Page 6) 20c 3rd. Preserves are judged on the following basis: Appearance 25%; (Pack)—Container, 15% Preservation 10%; (Contents)— Consistency 20%, Flavor 20%, Syrup. 10%. Section VII—Conserves, Marmalades, Jams & Butters 686 Jar raspberries, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 687 ; Jar strawberries, 50c 1st, v 717 Jar corned beef, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 718 Jar canned pork, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3.rd. 719 Jar canned sausage, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 72Q Jar canned fish, 50c 1st,, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. | Division B—Miscellaneous I 721 Pint maple syrup, 50c 1st, I 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. | 722 Pound maple sugar, 50c 1st, | 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. ! 723 Pint jar home-made soft soap, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 30c 3rd. 724 Pound home-made soap, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. FOUR DAYS OF HORSE RACING 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. I 725 Selected menus for child ; 688 Jar plum, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, of pre-school age, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd,! 20c 3rd. 689 Jar apple, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 690 Jar quince, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 691 Jar currant, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 692 Jar peach, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 693 Jar grape, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 694 Jar rhubarb, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 695 Jar gooseberry, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 696 Jar of blackberry, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 2Qc 3rd. Conserves, marmalades, Jams and butters are judged on the following basis: (Appearance)— Fruit 10%f Texture 10%, Color 5%; (Pack)—Container 15%, Preservation 10%; (Contents)— Consistency 25%. Flavor 25%. Section vill—Jelly Jelly is judged on the following basis: (Appearance)—Cleanup 20c 3rd. 726 Selected menus for child of school age, 6 to 12 years, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 727 Packed lunch box for | school child with copy of menu enclosed, 50c-lst, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. Note: Points to' be considered in Judging; food, selection, suitability for school child, method packing, type of container. 728 Essay: "Foods I Need for Growth and Health," $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. Not over 500 words. Division C—Exhibit Booths 729 Booth set up by rural club, township, or Farm Bureau Local, exhibit to include production, preparation, preservation of food and clothing. Also home conveniences and other household interests, $8 1st, $6 2nd, $4 3rd. (Limited to 12 ft. space.) Division D—Textiles, Clothing . ,.,. and Applied Arts No premium will be paid on articles that have been shown color 10%, Freedom from j before at this fair. Articles must Horse racing is a four-day, feature, witn harness racing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons and home talent fun-and-feature racing Saturday afternoon. Shown above are a racing view of last year and, opposite, Hazen Clark, right, racing master, and Geo. M. Tyndall, fair association president. crystallization 10%; (Contents) —Flavor 20%, Texture 20%, Consistency '40%; (Pack)—Conditioning lOfe, Container 10%. 697 Glass currant Jelly, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd. 20c, 3rd. 698 Glass apple jelly, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd. 20c 3rd. 699 Glasi crab apple Jelly, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. , , . 700 Glass plum jelly, 50c 1st, 3rd. be of late design. Section I—Articles Made by Hand Crocheting 730 Dresses, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 731 Sweaters, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 732 Scarfs or shawls, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 733 Caps, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 701 Glass grape jelly, 50c 1st, 734 Purses, 51 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd 735 Bedspreads or afghans, $1 702 Glass blackberry jelly, 50c | lst 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. | 735 Gloves, $1 1 st . 75c 2nd, 50c 703 Glass wild cherry jelly, 50c ( 3 ra ; 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. I 737 Afghans, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 704 Glass gooseberry jelly, 50c ' 3rd 1st. 35c 2nd. 20c 3rd. 738 Tablecloths, $1 1st,' 75c 2nd, Section IX—Pickles 50c 3rd. Pickles are .scored as follows: Knitting Flavor 50%, Uniformity 25%, 739 Dresses, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c Pack 10%, Firmness 15%. Sour Pickles 705 Mustard pickles, 50c 1st, 35c 3rd. 740 Mittens, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 2nd. 20c 3rd. . I 741 Sweaters, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 706 Beet pickles, 50c 1st, 35C ; 50c 3rd. 2nd. 20c 3rd. j 742 Gloves, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 707 Cucumber pickles, 50c 1st,! 3rd. ^5c 2nd, 20c 3rd. . 743 Scarfs or shawls, $1 1st, 75c 708 Green tomato pickles. 50c;2nd, 50c 3rd. 1st. 35c 2nd. 20c 3rd. i 744 Caps, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c Sweet Pickles 3rd. 709 Ripe cucumber pickles, 50c | 745 Afghans, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 1st. 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. j 3rd. 710 Green cucumber pickles, i 746 Bedspreads., $1 Jst, 75c 2ndj "%0c l&, 35c 2nd; 20c 3rd'.-' ^ • <"' ' 50c 3rd. ' v 711 Watermelon pickles. 50c 1st, I 747 Purses, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 35c 2nd. 20c 3rd. 3rd. 712 Apple pickles, 50c 1st 35c • Miscellaneous 2nd, 20c 3rd. 748 Italian hemstitching, 713 Peach pickles, 50c 1st, 35c 1st, 75c 2nd. 50c 3rd. 756 School dress (for girl 6 to 12), 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 757 School dress (for girl 13 to 16), 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 758 Blouse, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 759 Skirt—wool, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd,25c 3rd. 760 Slip, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 761 Nightgown, 75c-lst, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 1 762 Pajama, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd. 25c 3rd. 763 Rompers, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 764 Remodeled dress (entirely made over), 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 765 Remodeled suit, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 766 Infant's outfit, 5 articles, 75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. Section III—Home Furnishings Hand Made Rugs 767 Woven, 50c lst( 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. ' 768 Crocheted, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 769 Braided, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 770 Hooked, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. Quilts and Covers 771 Pieced quilt, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 772 Appliqued quilt, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 773 Bedspreads other than crocheted or knitted, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 774 Best antique quilt, pieced, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 775 Best antique quilt, ap- pliqued, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 776 Best antique woven coverlet, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 777 Child's quilt appliqued, $1 $3 2nd, $2 3rd. DIVISION X—CORN 898 Ten ear exhibit by individual, $1.50 1st, $1 2nd, 75c 3rd. j each. ,of» the articles required for Complete work of each Individu-i exhibits are judged at th^ spring al is not required but exhibit 4-H' Adiievenient Days, and be 2 ?!'must include at least one of! cause the girls are encpurag^dV 899 Exhibit by Corn Club (at least five members), ; $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. DIVISION xi—GARDEN 900 Exhibit by Garden Club member as specified in Club Bulletin 34, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c ;.3rd. 901 Exhibit by Garden Club the respective year's ..work .represented in the exhibit. in judging the exhibit the following score card .will be used: 2.5% to the club with the greatest percentage of participants. 25% for having greatest per(at least five numbers),'$3 1st,, ^»tage of all articles made ex$2 2nd, $1 3rd. hibited - - to wear' the-garments the summer, it.is required that, the fair exhibits be by clubs only ;1 and that the premiums be awarded on that basis. A club exhibit must includfc work of at least four girls. The complete work of each individu-r al not required but exhibit must include at least one of each of the articles required for the respective year's work represented, leased when completed. Project reports are received in county extension office. DIVISION A—DAIRY CLUBS In Calf Club exhibits it is required that each exhibitor have his feeding record available for inspection by the superintendent and judge. An exhibit in this class shall be for that proj-. ect in which said membe'r is en- year olds or 3 year olds March 1st to close October 30th. The records on foals begin June 15th. Colt projects limited to boys and girls thirteen years old or older. 890 Foals, $4 group A; $3 group B; $2 group C. \ 891 Yearlings, $5 group A; $4 _ _ ..... rolled. The Cow Project shall i grouip B; $3 group 1 --- • B ^ consist of a cow with . calf toy side. The Herd Project shall consist of a cow and at least two- other animals, one of which is an offspring from the cow. Section I — Guernseys 801 Cow 2 years old or over, $6 group A, $5 group B, $4 group C. , 802 Yearling heifer, $5 group A; $4 group B; $3 group C. 803 Senior heifer calf, $4 group A; $3 group B; $2 group C. 804 Junior heifer calf, $4 group A; $3 group B; $2 group C. 805 4-H Club herd , DIVISION XII— CONSERVATION 902 Forestry exhibit by individual as specified in project, $1.50 1st, $1 2nd, 50c 3rd. i 903 Exhibit by Forestry Club, • (at least five members), $3 1st, | $2 2nd, $1 3rd. >• i 904 Conservation exhibit by ' Fire Study Club, (.at least five members), $3 1st,'$2 2nd, $1 3rd. I 905 .Soil Conservation exhibit; by Farm Mapping Club, $3 1st, j $2 2nd, $1 3rd. 906 Pen of two p:ieasani,s, by individual (member to furnish own pen), $1.50 1st, $1 2nd, 50c (3rd. 907 -Best pheasant exhibit (by club of five or more members), $2 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. DIVISION XIII—CANNING 908 Exhibit by individual (to comply with club bulletin for respective year's work), $1 1st, 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 909 Exhibit by Canning Club, $3 1st, $2 2nd, $i 3rd. DIVISION XIV— FOOD PREPARATION 910 Exhibit.of notebook as required in bulletin, also 5 muffins with first year, 5: cookies with second year, unfrosted 50% for quality of work of ar- | j^ jhe exhibit*" tides exhibited. .' ] In judging Clothing 912 First year's work, $5 group A, $3 group B, $1 £roup C. . 913 Advanced-year's wb'rfc, v $6 group A, $4 group B, $2 group C. DIVISION XVI—CLOTHING Because.all 4-H Clothing Club exhlbitf the following score card will bo- used:, 25% to club with greatest percenVbf' participation; 25%. for having greatest percent p£ all articles; made* exhibited; (.Please turn to Page 8, Column 1) I BUY THAT , HEATING PLANT NOW See me for prices on steam, hot water or hot air systems, also air conditioning woiw W. J. 892 Two and three year olds, $6 group A; $5 group B; $4 group C. DIVISION VIII—POULTRY 893 Exhibit of pen of old birds! cake with third year, $75 1st, 50c 206 South Main Street SCOTTVILLE (pen to include 4 females and 1 i 2nd, 25c 3rd. male, $2 1st; $1.50 2nd, $-1 third. $1 2nd. 20c 3rd. 749 Swedish weaving, $1 1st, 714 Pear pickles, 50c 1st, 35c 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. 2nd, 20c 3rd. 750 Needlepoint, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, Dill Pickles 50c 3rd. 715 Dill pickles, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd,! 751 Block, printing, $1 1st, 75c 20c 3rd. ,2nd. 50c 3rd. Section X—Meat and Fish 752 Tatting. $1 1st, 75c 2nd, GOc Meat and fish are judged on . 3rd. the following basis: (Appear- j 753 Cut Work, $1 1st, 75c 2nd, ance)—Shape of product 5%,'50c3rd. Section II—Garments Made by Machine 754 Kitchen apron, most practical, $75c 1st, 50c 2nd, 25c 3rd. 755 House dress, 75c 1st, 50c Clearness 10%, Color 10%; (Pack) — Arrangement 15%, Liquid 10%; (Contents)—Flavor 20%, Texture 20%, Liquid 10%. 716 Jar canned chicken, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd. 20c 3rd. 2nd,25c 3rd. I'M ONE OF THE RESPONSIBLE PARTIES OF MASON COUNTY THAT HELPS TO MAKE SCHRINK'S VEL VET ICE CREAM Thousands of pounds of milk are used eaqh year that is obtained from the fine farms of this county. It, : mixed with other top rate ingredients,, makes the finest ice cream that you can possibly buy, Schrink's Velvet Ice Cream Where ever, you see a Schrink sign you know that good ice cream can be purchased there. 75c 2nd, 50c 3rd. Curtains 779 Kitchen curtains, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 780 Bedroom curtains, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 781 Living room curtains, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. Pillows 782 Pillows, suitable for living room, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. Table Runners 783 Table runners suitable for living rooms, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. Linens 784 Pillow cases, monogramed, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 785 Pillow cases, embroidered, 50c 1st, 35c~2~hd, 20c 3rd. 786 Pillow cases, lace trim, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 787 Guest towel, monogramed, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 788 Guest towel, not specified, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 75TJ Luncheon set, hemstitched, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 790 Luncheon set, embroidered, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 791 Luncheon set, not specified, 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c 3rd. 792 Dresser scarf, not specified, j 50c 1st, 35c 2nd, 20c .3rd. Work by Organized Extension Club 793 Booth by local Extension Club Exhibit to portray: 1. Fall Fashion Trends. 2. Children's Garments. . 3. Care of Clothing. 4. Good Grooming. 5. Tailored Finishes Processes, $8 1st, $6 2nd, $4 3rd. DEPARTMENT M BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB WORK H. J. LARSEN, Supt. County Agricultural Agent, Scottville, Michigan. This class is open to any boy or girl or leader of any standard Boys' and Girls' 4-H club organized in either of the following counties: Lake, Manistee, Mason and Oceana. All exhibits must be in platfe by 1:00 P. M. Tuesday, Sept. 12. Exhibits cannot be removed before 3:00 P. M. Saturday, Sept. 16. All exhibitors in this department must conform to the rules governing their project as set up by the Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club Department of Michigan State college. No entry fee or stall rent will be required in any club classes. No club member .to show more than one 'breed of livestock (Example: 1 breed of chickens, one breed of cattle, etc.) Each member will be issued an exhibitor's number which shall be placed on each article he exhibits. Members' names should be attached to each article. • ... Each club exhibit should be labeled with an attractive sign bearing the name of the club. Purebred 4-H club livestock may also be shown in the open classes, provided the club member pays membership and stall fees trie same as the adult exhibitors. from one club and only, one animal per exhibitor), $5 group A; $4 group B; $3 group C. Section II—Jerseys 811, 812, 813, 814, 815. Classification same as Section 1. Section III—Holsteins 821, 822, 823, 824, 825. Classification same as Section I. Section IV—Brown Swiss 831, 832, 833, 834, 835. Classification same as Section I. DIVISION II—BEEF CLUBS Same rules as for dairy except no milk records are required. Section I—Herfords 841, 842, 843, 844, 845. Same as Division I-^Section I. Section II—Red Polled 851, 852, 853, 854, 855. Same as Di vision"I—Secti'oh'r ''•'•"'." Section III—Shorthorn 861, 862, 863, 864. 865. Same, as I Division I—Section I. I DIVISION III-^SHiOWMAN- , SHIP CONTEST Open to all 4-H Calf Club exhibitors. Exhibitors must personally fit and show their animals. Basis of award: Fitting of. animals. Showmanship of own-! ers. Training of animals; ' 866 $3 1st, $2 2nd, $1 3rd. DIVISION IV— DAIRY JUDGING Open to all 4-H Dairy Club' members. Will be given 15 minutes to place each of three j classes of dairy cattle. DIVISION V—SHEEP In Sheep, Club exhibits it is required that each exhibitor, have his feeding record avail-! able for inspection by the su-1 perintendent and judge. An exhibit in this class shall be for that project in which said member is enrolled. Flock project, consisting of a rani used bv the club, 3 aged ewes, 2 yearling ewes and 3 ewe lambs. Not more than one ram, one aged ewe, one yearling ewe and one ewe. lamb may be sho".wn by one club member in the flock exhibit. : Section I—Shropshire 871 Aged or yearling ram, $3 group A; $2.50 group B; $2 group C. 872 Ram lamb, $2.50 group A; 894 Exhibit of pen of,, ydtfng birds (pen to include' 4 females and 1 male); $2 1st, $1.50 2nd, $1 3rd. ' 895 Exhibit by 4-H Poultry Club (at least five members), $4 1st, $3 2nd, $2 3rd. DIVISION IX—POTATOES I'A o^i^nici 89G Exhibi t of 32 potatoes by (4 animals i individual) $2 lstj $1 5Q - - -3rd. 897 Exhibit by 911 Exhibit by Food : Preparation Club, $2 1st, $1.50'-2nd, $1 3rd. < DIVISION XV—HANDICRAFT Because all 4-H Handicraft Club exhibits are judged at the spring 4-H Achievement Days and because members are encouraged to use their articles in the home, it is required that the l >;4« 2nd Si i fair exhibits be by the club only ! *£ -,, • . .,,.*,, • f j ji- A. ! and that the premiums be '.* Showing the best of the year in farm produce and live- | basis. I* o«r»r.lr hut nV TTTFTP AT. ACE RADIO SHOP, the latest t Potato Club ' awarded on that basis. (at least five members), $4 1st, A club exhibit must include ' work of at least four members. N. I. JOHNSON TAILORING AND DRY CLEANING, Scottville, Mich. t t stock, but at THE PALACE RADIO SHOP, the latest * and best showing of ZENITH RADIOS—FRIGI- J DAIRE REFRIGERATORS and ELECTRIC STOVES, ± is now going on. DON'T MISS IT THE PALACE RADIO SHOP FRANK CLAVEAU, ScottyU'le. $2 group B; $1.50 group C. A; 873 Aged ewe, $3 group $2.50 group B; $2 group C. 874 Yearling ewe, $2.50 group A; $2 group B; $1.50 group C. 875 Ewe lamb, $2.50 group A; $2 group B; $1.50 group C. 876 Flock exhibited by club, $4 group A; $3 group B; $2 group C. Section II—Hampshire 881, 882, 883, 884, 885, 886. Same classification as Section 1. DIVISION VI—SWINE A club member is.limited to exhibit one sow pig, if a member I of the breeding gilt club, or if he • owns a sow and is keeping a| feed record on the entire litter from date of farrow, he may 1 show two sow pigs and one boar pig. If all of his boars were cas-, trated, he may show one -barrow j but cannot show both a barrow and a boar. | 887 Junior sow pig, $2.50 group A; $2 group B; $1.50 group C.I 888 Junior boar pig, $2.50 group A; $2 group ; B; $1.50 group C '"• ' 889 Litter (from one sow, 1 composed of 3 pigs either sex or combination of sexes including a -barrow), $4 group A; $3 group B; $2 group C. i DIVISION VII—COLTS i Each club member is limited to one animal and must follow through all projects with the same colt, except when written permission from the county extension agent allows him to make a change. Colts musti,,be weighed at the .beginning and qgain at tne close of the project;' Premium checks,.,wiU be re- Weights should, be made and RIGHT NOW IS THE REMODEL AND REPAIR! Qur Low BRIGES Make It Possible For You to Have A Perfect Home Home Now! • Roof ... a thin, leaky old one causes discomfort, wastes fuel. 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