Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 30, 1965 · Page 14
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FOUR IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE - GOGEBIC COUNTY FAIR SUPPLEMENT FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. 1965 Gogebic County Fair Official Premium List 70. 2 yrs. and under 3 (in milk), Group 1, $12, $11, $10; Group 2. $9, $8, S7, $7; Group 3, $6, $5. $4 71 if, mos. and under 2. Group 1, $11, $10; $9; Group 2, $8, $7, $6, $6; Group 3, $5, $5, $4 72. 1 yr. and under 18 mos , Group 1, $10, $9, $8; Group 2. $7, $6, $5, $5; Group 3, $4, $4, $3 73. 4 mos. and under 1 yr.. Group 1, $9. $8. $7: Group" 2. $6, $6. $5 $5; Group 3, $4, $4. $3 74. Produce of Dam—Two animals of either sex from same dam, any age, exhibitor need not own or show dam: $16. S14, $12, $11 $9, $8 75 Gct-oi'-Sire— F o u r head, any sex. any age, all from one sire, exhibitor need not own sire: dairy conformation and uniform'ty of the group counts most, S16. $14, $12, $11, $9, $8 76. Dairy Herd—Consists of three cows in milk, two years old and over that have been shown 'n open classes all by one exhibitor, one entry per exhibitor: $20, $18. $16, $14, $12 77 Champion Cow (in milk), $10 Female Grade Groups 78. 7 yrs. and over, Group 1, $14. $13. $12; Group 2, $11, $10, $9, $8; Group 3, $7, $6, $5 79. 5 yrs. and under 7, Group 1, $13, $12, $11; Group 2, $10 $9, $8, $7; Group 3, $6, $6, $5 80. 4 yrs. and under 5, Group 1, $12, $11, $10; Group 2, $9, $8, $7, $6; Group 3, $5, $4. $4 81. 3 yrs and under 4, Group 1, $11, $10, $9; Group 2. $8, $7, $6, $6: Group 3, $5, $4, S4 82. 2 yrs and under 3 (not in milk), Group 1, $10, $9, $8; Group 2, $7, $6, $5, $5; Group 3, $4, $4, $4 83. '<. yrs. and under 3 (in milk), Group 1, $10, $9, $8; Group 2, $7, $6, $5, $5; Group 3, S4, $4. $4 84. 18 mos. ana under 2, Group 1, $9, $8, $7; Group 2, $6, $5, $4, $4: Group 3, $3, $3, $3 85. l yr. and under 18 mos., Group 1, $8, $7, $6: Group 2, $5, $5, $4, $4,; Group 3, $3, $3, $2 86. 4 mos. and under 1 yr., Group 1, $7. $6, $5; Group 2, $4, $4. $3, $3; Group 3, S3, $3, S2 87 Champion Cow (in milk). S8 Class 4 Production Records To encourage keeping of official production records the following 'awards will be made 88. SC for each cow with 600 pound butterfat record 89 $5 for each cow with 500599 pound butterfat record 90 $4 for each cow with 400499 pound butterfat record 91. S3 for each cow with 300399 pound butterfat record 92. S2 for each cow with 200299 pound butterfat record Division A-1 Beef Class Each breed will be judged according to the recognized characteristics of that breed. Classes Will Be Defined as Follows: 1. Junior Calf — Born between January 1 and April 15, 1965. 2. Senior Calf — Born between July l and December 31, 1964. 3. Junior Yearling — Born between January 1 and June 30, 1964. 4. Senior Yearling — Born between July 1 and December 31, 1963. 5. Two years old and under three. 6. Three years old and over. (Ages are computed as of July 1, preceding the fair). Placing in each class will be based on FINISH, QUALITY, BALANCE and STYLE. Class 1 Male, Registered or Grade 1. Junior Calf ... $9 $8 $7 $5 2. Senior Calf $9 SB $7 $5 3. Junior Yearling $10 S9 W $7 4. Senior Yearling $10 $9 S? S7 I. Two years and under 3 Sll $10 at K fi. Three years and over SI2 Sll S10 S9 7. Junior Champion .class 1-31 S5 8. Senior Champion (class 4-6i .SB Class 2 Female, Registered or Grade 9. Junior Calf SS S7 1(1. Senior Calf SR S" SB *.(• S7 S? 11. .Junior YearlillR S9 12. Senior Yearling S9 13. T\vo > cars and imrier 3 SU) »B $S 14. Tliroi years .md untie;- 3 Sll S9 *H 15. Five VCHVS and ovrv . M2 Sll S10 $9 16. Junior Ch.unpion i class 9-11 1 SS 17. Senior Chnmpion (Class l-l.ii S8 Division B Horses Open Class Rules and Regulations This class is open to owners (young and old) of saddle horses used for persona) pleasure. Four- H Club members are restricted to a choice of any two entries. Housing cannot be assured open class horses, but every effort will be made to accommodate them. Horses must be entered Thursday, Aug. 12, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and be ready for judging at 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 13. Horses not housed must be removed from the fairgrounds by 8 p.m. Friday. Horses on exhibit must have j been owned by the exhibitor for | at least four months prior to the Fair. Class 1 Under Halter 1. Under one year, 1st $5; 2nd $4; 3rd $3. 2. 1 year and under 2, 1st, $8; 2nd, $5: 3rd, $4. 3. 2 years and over, 1st, $8; 2nd, $6; 3rd, $4. Class 2 Under Saddle 4. Ponies, under 52 in., 1st, $6; 2nd, S4; 3rd, $2. 5. Men's county pleasure, 1st, $10; 2nd, $8, 3rd, $6. j 6. Women's county pleasure 1st, $10; 2nd, $8, 3rd, $6. 7. Horsemanship, 1st, $10; 2nd, $8, 3rd, $6. Class 3 Breeding 9. Mare and foal $5. Division C Poultry, Rabbits Rules for Exhibiting Poultry 1. Al) birds will oe fed and watered by the management. 2 All birds must Dt entered in the name of the bona-fide owner on Thursday, August 12, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 3. Terms defined: cock-male bird hatched prior to 1965. Cockerel-male bird hatched during 1965. Hen-female bird hatched prior to 1965. Pullett-female bird hatched during 1965. Young pen- 3 pullets. Old pen-3 hens 4. Birds entered in single classes cannot compete for pen prizes; no birds entered in pens for single prizes. 5. Every precaution will be taken to protect exhibits in this department, and for this purpose watchmen will be on duty each night during the Fair. The Gogebic County Fair, however will not be liable for the loss ol any specimen by death or otherwise. 6 The Fair Management reserves the right to reject any birds showing symptoms of disease or for any other well defined reasons. 7. Premiums will be paid only in varieties listed in the premium list. 8. Birds will be judged on Friday, August 13, 11 a.m., on the following basis: a. Uniformity of size (in pen entries). GUERNSEY BULL—A Guernsey bull owned by Melvin Jacobson, Harding, is held by Ja- cobson's daughter, Kathy, who Is an outstanding 4-H Club member. b. Depth of pigment In pullets and males. c. Degree of maturity in pullets and cockerels. d. Promise of egg production in pullets. e. Degree ol bleaching in hens. f. Absence of new primary wing feathers in hens. 9. No exhibit will be allowed to leave the poultry department without the consent of the management until the close of the fair. 10. No person will be allowed to handle any of the birds except in the presence of one of the attendants. Class 1 American Premium, single birds S2 Premium pens 54 Entry Numbers COCK Barred Plymouth Rock 1 White Plymouth Rock 5 Bufl Plymouth Rock 9 Partridge Plymouth Rock Columbian Plymouth Rock White Wyandotte Silver Luced Wyandotte , Golden Laced Wyandotte Partidge Wyandotte Columbian Wyandottt S. C. Rhode Island Red . R. C. Rhode Island Red . Black Jersey Giant White Jersey Giant varieties competing Chanticleer New Hampshire Old pen all above varieties competing Young pen. all above st 2nd Hrd 00 SI.SU Sl.UO 00 $3.00 S2.00 Hen Ckl. Pit. 234 678 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 Speckled Sussex Silver Gray Dorking 167 Black Australorpe 171 Old Pen, all above varieties competing Young pen. all above varieties competing 163 164 IS5 166 ! Each entry shall consist ol S cockerels hatched this year. 230-a—Cockerels up to 3tt Ibs. 230-b—Cockerels 3'a to 8 Iba. 230-c—Cockerels, over 6 Ibs. 1158 169 170 172 173 174 175 1st and birds 52.IKI Si.n() . . . . S4.00 S3.00 Cock Hen L'KI 178 182 IBB 100 194 103 202 205 L'09 2111 217 221 all 20fi 210 218 20V 211 215 3rd SI. 00 S2.00 Hit. 180 18-1 188 192 196 ZOO 204 208 212 216 220 224 var- n 25 29 33 37 is 22 30 34 38 19 23 31 35 39 41 42 43 4ft 49 S3 57 61 46 50 54 62 47 51 55 59 63 Class 2 Asiatic Class 5 Bantams Premium, single Premium, pens BUM Cochin 177 White Cochin 181 Block Cochin 18ft Light Brahma 189 Silver Siibnght ... . 19;! Golden Sebiight . . ..197 Rose Comb Black . 201 Black Brested Red Game . White Silkie White Crested Polish Partridge Wyandotte Silver Spangled Hamburg . 221 222 224A — Old pen, all above | ieties competing, S4; S3; S2. 224B—Young pen, all above varieties competing 54; S3; S2. Class 6 Special Award Best Pen Prize of S-l.OO and a ribhon — Ml classes combined 225—Bt.st younc pen 22fi—Be.st old pen Class 7 Special Award Best Single Bird Prize of S4.00 and a ribbon — All classes combined 227—Best Cock 228—Best Cockerel 229—Best Hen 230—Best Pullet Class 8 Turkeys 1st 2nd Srd Premiums, single birds S^.uO Si.aU i.uo Old Old Yng. Yng. Torn Hen Tom Hen Mammoth Bronze 2.'il 2:12 233 2:1-1 White Holland 235 2'M 237 238 Bourbon Red . 239 240 24i iM2 Narranansett . 2-Ci 244 245 24G Beltsville White . 2J7 248 248 250 Section II Farm, Garden Products Premium, single birds Premium, pens 1st 2nd 3rd S2.IKI Sl.oU SI.00 S4.00 S3.00 S2.00 ock Hen Ckl. Pit. | 67 68 69 70 ; Premiums Class 7-A Poultry—Meat Class Class 9 Geese Rules and Regulations In exhibiting farm crops, seed and breeding stock of superior quality is wanted, and premiums are given with this idea in view. Prizes are not offered tor (reaks and monstrosities, but are offered for exhibits that are to mean better and more profitable crop production later. Exhibit samples should be superior seed stock In preparing exhibit avoid anything that would detract from the seed value. The main feature of field crop exhibits should be superior quality of staple products Run threshed samples over the fanning mill, avoid mixtures and discoloration. Three awards, first, second and third, unless otherwise stated. Division A Field Crops Class 1 Grain Sheaves Sheaves of grain must be three inches in diameter. They will be judged upon color, freedom from rust, development of head and neatness. 1. Oats, SI.50, $1.25, $1.00 2. Barley, St.50, SI.25, $1.00 3. Wheat. S1.50, $1.00, $.50 4. Rye, $1.00, $.75 $.50 5. Buckwheat, S.75, S.50, $.25 6. Flax, $.75, S.50, $.25 Class 2 Forage Sheaves Forage sheaves mvist be three inches in diameter at base. Hay sheaves wil be judged upon their hay value, that is, fineness of stem, leafiness and maturity. Sunflowers will be judged upon their ensilage value. They should be cut as they start to blossom, should be leafy and have small stems. Corn stalks as ensilage will be judged upon the maturity of ear and stalk as well as upon size of stalks. 7. Alfalfa, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 8. Sweet clover, $1.50, $1.00, 75c 9. Red clover, il.SO, $1.00, 75c 10. Alsike clover, $1.50, $1.00, 75c 11. Timothy, $1.00, 75c, SOc 12. Corn, six stalks, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 13. Sunflower, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 14. Reads canary grass, $1.50, $1.25. 75c Class 3 Threshed Grains Peck samples of grain will be judged jpon their weight per bushel, freedom from mixtures with other grains, freedom from weed seeds, and color 15 Dats. $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.00 16 Barley. $2 00 $1.50. $1.00 75c 17 Rye—winter. 75c, 50c. 25c 18. Wheat—winter, 75c 50c 25c 19 Wheat—spring, 75c. SOc 25c 20. Spelts, SOc, 25c 21. Buckwheat, SOc. 25c 22. Marrowfat peas, $1.00, 75c, SOc 23. Field peas, $1.00, 75c, SOc 24. Dent corn, 10 ears, $2.00,$1 50, SI .00. 75c 25. FliiiR corn, 10 ears, $2.00, SI.50. $1.00. 75c 26. Popcorn, 10 ears, 75c, SOc. 25c Class 4 Grass Seed 27. Alfalfa, SI.00, 75c, 50c 28. Red clover, $1.00, 75c. SOc 29. Sweet clover, SI.00, 75c, SOc 30. Alsike clover, $1.00. 75c, SOc Division B Vegetables Class 1 Potatoes Suggestions: Dig and select the sample, al low to dry, then brush off with soft cloth; avoid disease, cracks and irregular growth. 32 potatoes in exhibit. 31. Russet Rurals, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 32. Green Mountains, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00 33. Kennebec. $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $1.00 34 Red Variety, $5.00, $4.00, $3.qp, $1.00 35. Any other acceptable variety, $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00, $1.00. Class 2 Rutabagas, Mangles, and Turnips This class will be Judged as stock Coed. Size, smoothness and type will be deciding factors, i'hrec specimens for an exhibit. 36. Red mangles, $1.00, 75c, SOc 37. Yellow mangles, $1.00. 75c, SOc 38. Rutabagas—stock, $1.00, 75c, SOc 39. Turnips—$1.00, 75c, SOc 40. Cow horn turnips, $1.00, 75c, SOc Class 3 Vegetables Specimens should be shown In the best edible or table condition. Uniformity and neatness of the exhibit as well as quality of produce will be considered in awarding prizes. Oversize or freakish specimens will not receive any awards. Beets, carrots, and rutabagas should have the tops trimmed off and should be edible size, not large, overgrown specimen.-;. Three awards, 1st, 2nd, 3rd. Beets 6 Specimens 41. Turnip type, $1.00, 75c, SOc 42. Other type, $1.00, 75c, SOc String Beans in Pod 1 Quart 43. Round pod, wax, $1.00, 75c, SOc 44. Flat pod, wax, $1.00, 75c, SOc 45. Round pod, green $1.00, 75c, SOc •16. Flat pod, green, $1.00, 75c, SOc 47. Lima beans, $1.00. 75c. 50o. Table Peas 1 Quart 48. Table peas, $1.00. 75c, SOc. Cabbage 2 Meads 4!). Early round head, $1.00, 75c, ] SOc I (Continued on Next Page) Its 1st 2nd 3rd i Premiums . SI.an Sl.UO S .75 i Old Old Ynp. Yng. I Gnrir. Gnnse Gndr. Goose [ Toulouse . . 251 252 253 2ft4 White China 255 236 251 258 Class 10 Ducks Premiums Old Drnke White Pekln 259 Colored .. 263 .. 267 1st 2nd 3rd $1.50 SI.00 is .75 Old Vng. Yng. Drk. Duck Duck 260 2fil 262 264 268 285 269 271 275 272 276 273 277 Rouen Mallard Penciled Hllnnrr Muscovy Class 11 Pigeons ?79— Old cock — $1.25. SI. 00. $.SO 280— Old hen— SI. 25. SI .00, S.50. 281— Young cock— $1.00. $.75. $.50 282— Young hen SI. 00, $.75, $.50 283— Best bird In show— SI .00 266 270 274 278 Class 12 Rabbits ijight Brahma Dark Brahma 71 72 73 74 Bufl Cochin 75 76 77 78 White Cochin 79 80 81 82 Partridge Cochin ... .83 84 85 86 Black Langshan ... 87 88 88 90 White Langshan 91 92 93 84 Old pen, all above varieties competing 65' Young pen, all above varieties competing 96 Class 3 Mediterranean 1st 2nd 3rd Premium, single birds $2.00 SI.50 $1.00 Premium, pens $4.00 S3.00 S2.00 Cock Hen Ckl. PH. Cock Hen Ckl. Pit. S. C. White Leghorn 97 98 99 100 R. C. White Leghorn .101 102 103 104 S. C. Buff Leghorn 105 106 107 108 R. C. Buff Leghorn 109 110 111 112 S. C. Brown Leghorn 113 114 115 116 R. C. Brown Leghorn 117 118 119 120 S. C. Black Minorca 121 122 123 124 R. C. Black Minorca 125 126 127 128 S. C. White Minorca 129 130 131 132 S. C. Buff Minorca 133 134 135 136 Isl and "I'd S-l.OO S3.00 S2.00 234—Meat rabbits (palrl $2.00. $1.90. $1.00, .75, .50 285—Doe and Litter—$3.pO. S2.00. »1.00 Buttercup Blue Andalusian .... S. C. Ancona ... Old pen, all above varieties competing Young pen, all above varieties competing Class 4 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 .145 148 147 148 148 150 English 1st 2nd Srd Premium, single birds $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Premium, pens $4.00 $3.00 S2.00 Cock Hen Ckl. Pit. BuH Orpington 151 152 153 154 White Orpington 155 156 157 158 Dark Cornish 159 160 '.61 162 All Family Banking Com* on« . . . com* all — Dad, Mom, Brother, Sister, too, to the bank that's ready to serve you all the way. Loans for what you need, easy Checking Account for Moms household bills, Savings for that day when Junior will be off to college, or for when Sis decides to marry the man in her life ... That's complete banking service . . . it's easy • . . its convenient . . . and it's the quickest way! 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