Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 30, 1965 · Page 13
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FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE - GOGEBIC COUNTY FAIR SUPPLEMENT THREE 1965 Gogebic County F General Rules And Regulations ir Official Premium List 1, Kntnes are open to residents if Gogi'hu County 2. No exhibit niav be entered in rriort- Ihiin one class or entitled to more- ilicin urn 1 premium except in iwei-pslcikes, collections jf articles ni animalf- of various kinds and ages in the same department .'!. Nn article or rimrrid, inav ije •'iiti-reci in cin> Odino bu' that of the owner No article will be accepted that was exhibited at previous county fairs. 4. Aii protests must be mado to the superintendent of the section :oneerut?d nefore the close of the fan 5. All exhibits must be entered Thursday, August 12. from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m All exhibits, must be in plnce pncl ready for judging by 8:30 a.m. Friday. Aug. 13. G. Upcn (Mu.vs horse judging Friday, August 13, at 1 p.m. 7 After arrival at fairgrounds, a I 1 entries are under the supervision and control of section superintendents and fair officials All reasonable care will be taken to provide against loss or injury to exhibits, but the fair board will not be responsible for loss ot ex- iiibits. 8. No exhibits are to be removed before 8 p.m.. the last clay of the fair, without permission. To do so will cause forfeiture of prerni- Jin. it. Unworthy exhibits, in the opinion of the judges, will not be awarded premiums—even in case Uicrc is but one exhibit in the class ID. All exhibitors must call for their exhibits at the close of the fair, Sunday. Aug. 15, at 8 p.m., and present iheir entry numbers to claim exhibits. OI'HtlAI. PREMIUM US'I Index to ma.nn >ections Section 1, Livestock: Section II. Farm and Garden Products: Section III. Fruits: Section IV, 4-H Club Work. Section V Home Economics Department. Section VI. Youth's Department. Section VII. Flower Department; Section VIII, Art Department. Section IX, School Exhibits Department Section Livestock 1. Livestock affected with a com- j municiible disease must not be ex- | hibitcd at nor brought to fairs, ex- i cept steers from Brucellosis quar- j antined herds may be exhibited ] 2. Seven days prior to the' date when livestock arc admit-j ted to any building 01 yarding! for exhibition purposes within! Michigan, the buildings and yards shall have been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected by removing all manure and litter, and all unused hay, straw, and! forage from the premises, fol-l lowing which the walls, parti- • lions, floors, mangers, yards 1 and runways shall be thoroughly' sprayed with a 3 per cent cresol solution or an equally efficient approved disinfectant solut ion. 1 No livestock shall be admitted to the exhibition buildings or yards between the date of dis- infection and the date livestock i are admitted for exhibition. i 3. All livestock from other states, provinces or counties must be accompanied b.v an official interstate health certificate approved b.y the livestock sanitary official of the state of origin. Such health certificate shall meet Michigan i l c- quircments lor interstate movement of livestock. Division A Dairy Cattle Rules and Regulations 1. Classification 01 ages of catlit; in dairy classes-will be computed from July imd the division between juniors ann seniors will be considered January 1. All animals must be 4 months of age or over for showing at the county fair. 2 Exhibitors shewing purebred cattie must produce registration papers on Entry Oay. 3. Cattle exhibitors must provide their own feed and hay. 4. Entry day foi dairy cattle is Thursday, August 12, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 5. Cattle must remain in place until 8 p.m. the last day of the fair 6. Judges wit) have hill power to award places and reject unworthy i entries. ; i 7 All exhibitors are responsible . ! lor getting their animals into the 1 show ring at the proper time I 8. Judging \vill start promptly at ! 8:30 a.m. Friday, August 13, with the 4-H classes, followed by open class dniry animals D. All cattle regardless ol age. must be accompanied by a ccrtifi- ', cate of record for exhibition : issued by the Michigan Department of Agriculture. The . county agent will advise arid assist dairy exhibitors with this regulation. i Class 1, Holstein I Males, Purebred \ 1 3 yrs old and over, $16, $14. ; S12 i 2. 2 years old and under 3, $14. 1 $12, $10 j ,'i 18 montns and under 2 yrs., I S12. S10. S8 ! 4. 1 vt'ar and under 18 mos., I $10 $8. S6 ' 5. 4 in<;nlhs ana under 1 year. | $8. $6. $5 ! 6. Champion Holstein bull— i $10. ! Females, Purebred , 7. 7 yrs. and over. Group 1, $16, $13, $14: Group 2, $13. $12. ; $11, $10; Group 3, $9, $8, $7 8. 5 yrs. and under 7, Group 1, $15, $14, $13; Group 2, $12,! $11, S10, S9; Group 3, $8, S7, $6 ! 9. 4 yrs. and under 5, Group 1, i $14. $13, $12; Group 2. $11, $10, j $9, $8, Group 3, $7, $6, $6 10. 3 yrs. and under 4, Group 1, $13, $12, $11; Group 2. $10, $9, $8, S7: Group 3, $6, $5, $5 11. 2 yrs. and under 3 mot in milk). Group l. $12, $11, $10; Group 2. $9, $8, $7, $7; Group 3. $6. So. $4 12. '2 yrs. and under 3 fin milk i Group 1, $12, $11, $10; Group ?, $9, $8, $7. $7; Group 3, $6. S5. $4 13. 18 mos. and under 2, | Group 1, $11, $10, $9; Group 2, $8, $7. $6, $6; Group 3, $5, $5, $4 14. i yr and under 18 mos., Group 1. $10, $9, $8; Group 2, $7. $6. .So, $5; Group 3. $4, $4, S3 15. 4 mos. and under 1 yr., Group 1, $9, S8, $7: Group 2, $6, $6. $5, $5; Group 3, $4, $4, $3 16. Produce of Dam—Two Animals of either sex from same dam, any age. exhibitor need not own or show dam: $16, $14, $12. $11, $9. $8 17. Get-of-Sire — Four head, any sex, any age, all from one Group 1. $9, $8, $7; Group 2, $6, $6 ; $5, $5; Group 3, $4, $4. $3 45 Produce of Dam—Two animals of either sex from same dam. any age, exhibitor need not own or show dam: $16. $14, $12, «ll $9, $8 46 Get-of-Sire — Four head, any sex. any age, all from one sire, exhibitor need not o w n sire; dairy conformation and unifonrity of the group counts most: S16, $14, $12, $11, $9, S8 47. Dairy Herd—Consists of three cows in milk, two years old ynd over that have been shown in open classes all by one exhibitor, one entry per exhibitor: $20, $18, $16, $14, $12 48. Champion Cow fin milk), j $10 Female Grade Groups 49. 7 years, and over, Group 1,: $14, $13. S12: Group 2, $11, $10 j $9, $8; Group 3. $7. $6, $5 50. 5 yrs. and under 7, Group 1, $13, $12, $11: Group 2, 310, $9, $8, S7; Group 3, $6, 86. 55 51. 4 yrs. and under 5, Group 1. $12, $11, S10: Oroup 2, $9, 38,' $7, S6. Group 3, S5. S4, $4 j 52. :< yrs. and under 4, Group i 1, $11, S10. S9: Group 2, $8, $7.' $6, S6: Group 3. So. S4, $4 ; 53. 'i yrs. and under 3 'not, in milk i, Croup 1, 510. $9. S8: Group 2, 57. ?6 S5, S5; Group 3, $4. i $4, «4 : 54. 2 yrs. and under 3 'in 1 milk i. Group 1, $10, $9, S3: Group 2, $7, $6, $5, $5; Group 1 3, $4. $4. S4 j 55. 18 mos. and under 2, i Group i, $9. S8, S7; Group 2. $6, $5, $4 $4; Group 3. S3, S3. S3 56. 1 yr. and under 18 mos.. Group 1. S8. $7, SO: Group 2. 35, S5. S4. S4; Group 3. S3, S3. S2 57. t mos. and under 1 year . Group 1. 87, $6. .'S3: Group '-. .84, -54 $2 S3: Group 3. S3. $3. 32 58 Champion Cow, tin milki 58 Class 3 All Other Breeds Males, Purebred 59 3 yrs. old and over. $16. $14, $12 60 2 yrs. and under 3. SH. $12. Sir> 61. \'r' mos. mid under '2. $12, S10. SH "32. i yr and under 18 mos.. $10, $8. S6 63. 4 mos. and under 1 yr., $8, $6, S5 64. Champion Holstein Bull, $10 ! Females Purebred 65 7 vrs. and over, Group 1, Shi. S'o. $14; Group 2, $13, $12, $11. $10: Group 3, $9, $8, $7 fiti .1 yrs. and under 7. Group , 1. $15, $14, S13: Group 2. $12, Sll. 81'.. S3: Group 3. $8, $7. $8 67 i yrs and under 5, Group : 1. ,SH. S13, S12: Group 2, Sll, ; .iilo S:.. S8; Group 3. S7. S6. S6 68 3 vrs. and under 4. Group 1, $Ki .812. Sll: Group 2, S10, $9, S8/S7 Group 3, S6, S5, S5 t>9 'i yrs and under 3, mot HI milk i, Group 1. $12, $11, S10; •. Group '\ S'J. $8, S7. S7; Group 13, $6 $r. $4 i (Continued on Next Page) COURSE G ranging in age? tcnance course cooperation \vi versity. The J> skills and to r sire, sxhibitor sire; dairy c uniformity of t most: S16, S14. 18. Dairy He 2^ three ct.ws in old and over t^ shown in open one exnibitor, o hibitor: $20, ID. Champion $10 Female Gra 20. 7 yrs. an S14, S13. $12: C $9, $8: Group 21. 5 yrs. an 1, $13. S12, SI SO, $8, S7; Gro 22. 4 yrs Group 1, $12, S S9, S8. $7. S6, G 23. 3 yrs. an 1. $11, S10, S9: $6, S6 Group 24. 2 yrs. milk i, Group Group :•, $7. S« i 3, $4 *4. S4 I 25. 2 yrs. ax i milk). Group i Group 2, S7, $6 _ i $4. $4, S4 : 26. 18 mos. j Group 1, $9, ^ $6. S5 S4. $4;' < : 27. 1 yr. an Group 1 $8, 1 $5. $5. $4, $4; < , 28. 4 mos. Group 1. $7. S6_ $4. $3, $3; Gro~s 29 Champioacr: Gurney. Put That "SHOW-ROOM SHINE" in Their Eyes... With an AUTO LOAN from CITIZENS A NEW CAR, FRESH FROM THE SHOWROOM IS A BIG THRILL FOR ALL THE FAMILY . . . AND USUALLY, NEW TRANSPORTATION PROVES A PRACTICAL ASSET, TOO, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU FINANCE YOUR CAR FIRST, WITH AN AUTO LOAN HERE. CITIZENS STATE BANK •JrtASS ONTONAGON • WHITE PINE .m>UATES — These are some of the 25 adults r rom 17 to 63 who completed a grounds main- sponsored by Gogebic Community College in the Extension Service of Michigan State Uni- j •jpose of the course was to train adults in new i ;et local needs and interests. not o w n ormation and group counts 12, Sll, $9, S8 Consists of L-^ilk, two years ea t have been ^ i asses all by . «: entry per ex- S1G, S14, $12 i in milk i, over, Group 1, aup 2, $11, $10, •S7, $6, $5 •j-incler 7, Group Group 2, S10, 3. $6, $6, S5 cl under 5, S10; Group 2, -up 3, So, S4. $4 -inder 4. Group i-oup 2. S8, $7, S5, S4. S4 _a.nclcr 3 i not in S10. S9, S8; S5, S5; Group under 3 <in - $10, SO, S8; »o. $5; Group 3, under 2, $7: Group 2, oup 3, S3, $3. S3 •under 18 mos., _ S6; Group 2, oup 3, S3, S3. S2 L oi under 1 yr, So: Group 2. S4, z^ 3, $3. S3, S2 tin milk), Class 2 I Guernsey Males j Purebred \ 30. Z yrs. old and over, $16, $14. $12 31. 2 yrs. and under 3, $14, $12. $10 32 18 mos. and under 2, $12. $10, $8 33. 1 yr. and under 18 mos., $10, $s. $6 ; 34. 4 mos. and under 1 yr., $8, i $6, S5 35. Champion Guernsey Bull, 1 $10 i I Females, Purebred 36. 7 yrs and over. Group 1 $16, S15. $14; Group 2, $13, S12, $11, SIC: Group 3, $9, $8, $7 37. 6 yrs. and under 7, Group 1. S15, $14. $13: Group 2, $12, i $11, $10, $9; Group 3, $8, $7, $6 38. 4 yrs and under 5, Group 1. $14. S13. $12. Group 2, $11, $10, $9. S8. Group 3, S7, S6. $6 39. '.? yrs. and under 4, Group 1. $13. $12, $11: Group 2, $10. $9. 58. S7; Group 3, S6, $5, $5 40. :'. yrs. and under 3, mot in milk i. Group 1, $12, $11, $10; Group ?. $9, $8, $7, $7; Group |3, $6. S5, $4 I 41. 2 yrs. and under 3, (in ;milk». Group 1, $12, $11, $10; I Group 2, $9. $8, $7, $7; Group 3, ; $6, $5. $4 ' 42. i8 mos. and under 2, 'Group 1, $11, $10, $9; Group 2, i $8, $7. .*6. $6; Group 3, $5, $5, $4 i 43. 1 yr. and under 18 mos., | Group 1, $10, $9. $8; Group 2. i $7. $6, $5, $5; Group 3, $4, $4. $3 ' 44. 4 mos. and under 1 yr., '" Bergfand/ Ewen, Bruce Crossing, Saxon, Oogebic County & Iron Co., Wis. adern way to rm construction QBE JNAix Concrete h GLOBE ix Concrete Floor Size - x!3-Ft. As .... Dispatched S Phone 932-3540 Ready Mix Company Sand — Gravel — Steel Reinforcing t ANYWHERE & GUARANTEED Year-Round ine Site Ironwood CONCRETE- A BETTER WAY TO BUILD DAIRIES; INC GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE BESSEMER 667-9511 For Deliveries in Ironwood and Hurley, Wis. Call Walter Curick. Call Walter Deckei. Hurley. Wis. Ironwood Phone 561-4484 Phone 932-0992 Cream Cottage Cheeae Btotter 300 E. LEAD BESMR. IT'S A LONG DAY FOR THE DAIRY FARMER IN PRODUCING BETTER & CLEANER MILK • .. 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