Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 30, 1965 · Page 17
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FRIDAY, J'JI.Y :o, C.MI.Y etc" - ccc:::c COUNTY r-.v? SEVEN 1965 Gogebic County Fair Official Premium List 58. Embroidered— 75c, SOc, 25c 59. Crocheted— 75c, soc 25c 60. Cutwork— 75c, 50 c 2Sc 61. Knitted— 75c. 50c, 2. r >c fi2. TaUcrl-75c, Me 2.V 63. HemsUtcht'd-.75c, 5()c. :,•:,<• 64. Set of six piecos— $1 00 7"ii- SOc 65. Unclassified— 75c, 50c, a.v Class 6 Scarfs and Sets 66. Appliqued— 75c, 50c, ZM: 67. Embroidered— 75c, 5(lc, 2.V 68. Crocheted— 75c. "iOc, 25c 69. Cutwork— 75c. 50o 25c 70. Knitted— 7Sc. 50c, 2.V 71. Tatted— 75c, 50c, 25c 72. Hemstitched— 75c, 50r, 2.V' 73. Unclassified— 75s.-. 50c,' 25c Class 7 Lunch Cloths and Sets Appliqued— Sl.OO. 75c. 50r Embroidered— -SI. 00, 75i- f>i)<.- Crocheted— Sl.OO, 75c, 5l)c- Cutwork— Sl.OO. 75c. SOc Knitted— Sl.OO, 75c, 50c Tatted— Sl.OO. 75c, 50r Hemstitched— Sl.OO, 75c Textile painted — Si. 00, 74. 75. 7G. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. SOc 82. T5r, 83. r>0c 75c, Set of over 5 pieces—Sl.OO 50c. Unclassified—Sl.OO, 75c, 50c Class 8 Towels 84. Appliqued—75c. 50c. 25c 85. Embroidered—75c, SOc, 25c 86. Crocheted, tea towel edge— I5c, 50c. 25c 87. Knitted—75c, SOc, 25c 88. Tatted—75c, SOc. 25c 89. Hemstitch—TSc, SOc. 23c 90. Swedish weave—75c. SOc, 25c 91. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 9 Pillow Cases 92. Appliqued—75c. Me. 25c 93. Embroidered—75c, Mi, 25c 94. Crocheted—75c, SOc, 25c 95. Knitted—TSc. SOc, 25c i 96. Tatted—75c, SOc. 25c | 97. Hemstitched—75c, 50c, 25c \ 98. Cutwork—75c, SOc, 25c | 99. Sheet and pillow case set— ! 11.00, 75c, SOc ! 100. Unclassified—TSc, SOc, 2">c \ Class 10 i Table Cloths 101. Outwork—SI 50. SI.HO. 7 Ik' 102. Crocheted—SI.50, $1.00, 75c 103. Knitted—SI 50. SI.00, TSc 104. Embroidered—SI.50, $100, 75c 105. Unclassified — $1.50, Sl.OO, 75c Class 11 Bedspreads and Quilts ROY SCOUT LODGE—The Blackhawk Area tersmeet Boy Scout Council of Rockford, 111., boasts this is called beautiful lodge on the Cisco Chain near Wa- in Gogebic County. The lodge, which Northwoods, accommodates 140 boys. 133. Stockings—$1.00, 75c, SOc 134. Dress, child's—75c. SOc, 25c 135. Apron—75c, SOc, 25c 136. Hanky—75c, SOc. 25c 137. Unclassified—75c. SOc, 25c Class 14 Unclassified 138. Table hot mats—TSc, SOc, 106. 107. SI.50 108. $1.50 109. $1.50 110. 111. $1.50 112. 113. 114. 51.50 Pieced—$2.50, S2.00, $1.50 Patchwork — S2.50, S2.00. Embroidered - S2.50. $2.00. Appliqued — $2.50. $2.00. Quilting—S2.50, $2.00, SI.50 Tied comforter—S2.50. S2.00, Crocheted—$2.50, $2.00, $1.50 Knitted—$2.50. $2.00, SI.50 Unclassified — $2.50, S2.00, Class 12 Rugs, Homemade 115. Woven cotton—$2.00. $1.50, $1.00 116. Woven, wool or silk—$2.00, 11.50, $1.00 117. Crocheted—$2.00. $1.50, $1.00 118. Hooked—$2.00, $1.50, Sl.OO 119. Braided—$2.00, $1.50, Sl.OO 120. Unclassified — $2.00, SI.50, Sl.OO Class 13 Knit or Crochet 121. Afghan—$2.50, $2.00, $1.00 122. Sweater, plain stitch, adult $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 123. Sweater, plain stitch, child —$1.50, $1.00, TSc 124. Sweater, fancy stitch, adult —$2.00, $1.50, $1.00 125. Sweater, fancy stitch, child —$1.50, $1.00, TSc 126. Sweater, patterned, adult— (2.00, $1,50, $1.00 12T. Sweater, patterned, child— 11.50, $1.00. TSc 128. Cap or hat—TSc, SOc, 25c 129. Scarf stole—TSc, SOc, 25c 130. Mittens—TSc, SOc, 25c 131. Gloves—TSc, SOc, 25c 132. Purse—TSc, SOc, 25c 25 c ; 139. Hot dish holders—TSc, SOc, 25c 140. Pillow—TSc. SOc, 25c 141. Slippers or scuffs—75c, SOc, 25c 142. Collar or set—TSc, SOc, 25c M3. Tovs, classified—TSc, SOc, 2, r ic 144. Hanky, unclassified — TSc, SOc. 25c 146 Hanky embroidered — TSc, SOc. 25c 146. Textile painting — 75c, SOc, 2Sc 147. Framework—TSc, SOc, 25c 148. Novelties—T5c. SOc. 25c < 149. Unclassified—75c. SOc, 25c! Michigan State Fair : Special Michigan Slate Fair will award a special gold ribbon in each of the classes listed below. The winner of each ribbon is especially invited to exhibit the article on which the award is made, or in ! the c;ise of perishable products, a comparable article at the 1965 Michigan State Fair. The ribbon will designate the exhibit as a special State Fair • display entitling the winner to I free entry of the exhibit and a I complimentary pass to the 1965 State Fair. i ALL COUNTY FAIR EXHIBITORS, as well as the gold ribbon winners, are invited to enter their handiwork at the State Fair. Write to the Home Arts Department, Michigan State Fair, Detroit 3, 1 Michigan, for your copy of the Premium Book and an Entry Blank. Needlework Best bedspread or tablecloth Best crocheted article other than bedspread or tablecloth I Best knitted article other than j bedspread or tablecloth Best quilt Best rug Canning Best display of fruit—4 jars Best display of vegetables—1 jars Best display of meat—3 jars Best display of jelly—5 glasses Section V! Youth Department Articles by boys and girls to age 15 inclusive, who are not 4-H club members. Art exhibits must be entered in the Art Department. School work will not be accepted. Class 1 Crafts 1. Leather—75c. 50c. 25c 2. Rugs—75c, SOc. 25c 3. Pot holders—75c, SOc. 25c 4. Basketry—75c, 50e. 25c 5. Molding pottery—T5c, SOc, 25c 6. Finishing pottery—TSc, SOc, 25c 7. Plaques—T5c, SOc, 25c 8. Small articles, woodwork — TSc, SOc. 25c 9. Furnitures, woodword — $1.50, $1.00, TSc 10. Woodwork, novelties—TSc, SOc 25c 11. Lamps with shades—75c, SOc, 25c 12. Mounted specimen, taxider- my—75c, SOc, 25c 13. Models, do it yourself kit— TSc, SOc, 25c 12 years of age and over. 13A. Models, do-it-yourself kit, under 12 years of age. 14 Models, original work (12 and under) 75c, SOc, 25c 14a. Models, original work (12 and over) .75c, .50c, .25c Class 2 Collections 15. Stamps, album—75c, SOc, 25c 16. Scrapbook—TSc, SOc, 25c IT. Matches—TSc, SOc, 25c 18. Leaf and flower— 75c, SOc, 25c 19. Insects—TSc, SOc, 25c 20. Driftwood novelties—75c, SOc, 25c 57. Doll clothes, exhibit doll •• model—75c, SOc, 25c 58. Apron—75c, SOc, 25c 59 Slips and petticoats—TSc, SOc, 25c 60. Curtains or draperies—$1.00, TSc, SOc 61 Bedroom accessories — TSc, SOc, 25c 62 Toys—TSc, SOc, 25c 63 Sewing supply kit—TSc. SOc, 25c 63a. Unclassified—sewing 75c, SOc, 25c Class 6 Embroidery 64. Pillow top—TSc, SOc, 25c 65. Luncheon set—TSc, SOc, 25c 66. Vanity set—TSc, SOc, 25c 6T Towel—75c. SOc, 25c 68. Pillowcase—75c, SOc, 25c 69. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 7 Crocheted 70. Handkerchief—75c, SOc, 25c 71. Lace edge on articles—75c, SOc, 25c 72. Garments—Sl.OO. 75c, SOc 73. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 8 Knitting 74. Scarf—15c, SOc, Me 75. Anklets—75c, SOc, 25c 76. Mittens—75c, 50c, ZSc 77. Garments—41.00, TSc, SOc 78. Doll clothes—exhibit doll as model—.75c, .50c, .25c Section VII Flowers Division A Cut Flowers Exhibitors providt their own containers. Each exhibit should be as follows: Large flowers, 5 best, medium flowers, 8 best, small flowers, 12 best. Large flowers are those over two inches in diameter; medium flowers, one inch to two inches in diameter; small flowers under one inch in diameter. Class 1 Annuals 1. Asters—$1.00, 75c, 50c 2. A*^r«-mixed_$1.00. 75c. Me 3. Ageratura—$1.00, T5c, 50c 4. Bachelor Buttons—$1.00, 75c, SOc 5. Balsam—$1.00, 75c, SOc 6. Candy Tuft—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 7. Clarkia—$1.00, 75c, SOc 8. Calendula—Sl.OO 75c, SOc 9. Cosmos—Sl.OO, 75c, 50c 10. Calliopsis—$1.00. 75c, SOc 11. Cariopsis—$1.00, 75c, 50c 12. Daisies—$1.00, 75c, SOc 13. Larkspur—$1.00, 75c. SOc 14. Lace Flower—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 15. Marigolds, giant—$1,00, 75c, SOc 16 Marigold, dwarf—$1.00, 75c, SOc 17. Marigolds, novelties— $1.00, TSc, SOc 18. Moss roses—51.00, 75c, SOc 19. Nasturtiums, single — Sl.OO, 75e, We 20. Nasturtiums, double — $1.00, 75c, SOc 21. Nicotians—$1.00. »5c, We 22. Phlox—$1.00, 75c, SOc 23. Pansies—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 24. Petunias—single—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc i 25. Petunias, ruffled—$1.00, 75c, SOc 26. Petunias, double—Sl.OO. 75c, SOc 27. Pinks—$1.00, 75c. SOc 28. Poppies, California — $1.00, 75c, 50c 29. Poppies, single or double— $1.00, 75c, SOc 30. Sweet Peas—Sl.OO. 75c. SOc 31. Scabiosa—$1.00, 75c, SOc 82. Stock—11.00, 7Sc, SOc 33. Snapdragon—$1.00, 75c, We 34. Salpiglosis, on* color—11.00, 75c, SOc 35. Salpiglosis, mixed—$1.00, 75c, SOc 36. Verbena—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 38. Zinnia, dwarf—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 39. Zinnia, novelties—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 40. Violas—$1.00, 75c, SOc 41. Mixed bouauet annuals— Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 42A. Not listed (small)—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 42B. Not listed (medium) $1.00, 42C. Not listed (large) $1.00, 75c, SOc 75c, SOc Class 2 Perennials 43. Brown-Eyed Susans — $1.00, 75c. SOc 44. Carnations, garden — $1.00, 75c, SOc 45. Clirnatis—$1.00. 75c, SOc 46. Dahlias, giant—Sl.OO, 75c. SOc t7. Dahlias, double—Sl.OO, 75c, 50c 48. Dahbas, single and pompoms -Sl.OO, 75c, SOc , 49. Delphiniums—$1.00, 75c, SOc ! 50 Gailardias—$1.00, 75c, 50c 51 Gladiolus, four of one variety—SI 00, 75c, SOc 52. Gladiolus, one of each tour varieties—$1.00, 75c, SOc 53. Gladiolus, collection of more (Continued on Next Page) 21. Rocks and minerals—75c, SOc, 25c 22. Suit—cotton or wool 75c, 50c, 25c 23. Photography, 12 mounted snapshots, black and white—75c, SOc, 25c 24. Photography, 12 mounted snapshots, colored—75c, SOc, 25c Class 3 Foods 25. Chocolate cake —$1.00, 75c, SOc 26. Sponge type cake—$1.00, TSc, SOc 27. Other butter cake—$1.00, 75c, SOc 28. Yeast bread—75c, SOc, 25c 29. Muffins—75c, SOc. 25c 30. Cookies, plate of 6, drop— 75c, SOc, 25c 31. Cookies, plate of 6, bars— 75c, SOc, 25c 32. Cookies, plate of 6, rolled— 75c, 50 c, 25c 33. Fruit pie—$1.00, 75c, SOc 34. Doughnuts—75c, SOc, 25c 35. Rolls—75c, SOc, 25c 36. Sweet rolls—75c, SOc, 25c 37. Candy—75c, SOc, 25c 38. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 4 Canning Two jars 39. Jam—75c, SOc, 25c 40. Jelly—75e. SOc, 25c 41. Tomatoes—75c. SOc, 25c 42. Applesauce—TSc, SOc, 25c 43. Berries—75c, SOc. 25c 44. Beans—75c, SOc. 25c 45. Beets—75c, SOc, 25c 46. Other vegetables — TSc, SOc, 25c 47. Relish—75c, SOc, 25c 48. Cucumber pickles—75c, Me, 25c 49. Other pickles—TSc, SOc, 25c 50. Other fruit—TSc. SOc, 25c Another year of progress in farming. Class 5 Sewing 51. Night time wear—TSc, SOc, i 25c 52. Skirts and jumpers—TSc. SOc, 25c 53. Blouse—TSc, SOc, 25c 54. Dress, cotton—41.00, 75c. SOc 55. Dress, other fabric — $1.00, i TSc, SOc 56. Sports wear—TSc, SOc, 25c Baking Best loaf white bread Best cake All special county Fair exhibits will be judged before the opening of the Michigan State Fair, August 27 through September 6, 1965. If your Fair immediately precedes or comes after the State Fair, gold ribbon winners may take their entries to the 1966 State Fair. 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Just Look At This List! • Mass • Rockland • Greenland • Trout Creek • Bruce Crossing • Bergland • Ewen • Thomaston • Ramsay • Wakefield • White Pine • Ontonagon • Watersme«t • Marenisco • Gile • Iron Belt • Pence • Bessemer • Hurley • Montreal • Mercer • Manitowish • Manirowish Waters • Woodruff • Minocqua • Saxon • Gurney • Ironwood • Park Falls • Mellen V ... marked by our annual County Fair ^^. Full ^f" Use Our EASY PAYMENT PLAN Three Big Floors of Furniture & Carpeting SERVING THE FARMER AND THE GOGEBIC RANGE SINCE 1909 Once again we wish to welcome one and all to the Gogebic County Fair—especially the farmers and dairymen who make this event so significant year after year! Annually, the County Fair marks another year of progress in the dairy and farming industries on the range. The health and economy of the area owe much to the progressive farmers and their products. It is appropriate that we congratulate them at this time. Many of these farmers and dairymen have made the Gogebic National Bank their financial headquarters through the years. We pledge to them a continuation of our friendly, efficient service. 212 S.Suffolk Ironwood Phone 932-1130 GOGEBIC National Bank » IRONWOOD, MICH13AN • Utmbir ftdtnl 0*pe«/ff AMVMAM Corpontloa

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