Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 30, 1965 · Page 36
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SIX IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE - GOGEBIC COUNTY FAIR SUPPLEMENT FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. 1965 Gogebic County Fair Official Premium List Division D General 4-H Projects Class 12 Vegetables All exhibits must consist of garden produce raised by club members enrolled in the 4-H garden P r o j e ct. The individual exhibit shall consist of at least sbc varieties of vegetables. Vegetables that wilt quickly, such as Chard or lettuce, should DO) be shown. Tops must be trimmed .off about two inches from the crown of such vegetables as carrots, beets, and rutabagas. E n o u gh vegetables should be exhibited to fill a one- half peck container. Containers will be furnished. 46. Individual exhibits — $2.00, ll.SO.Sl.OO Class 13 Flower Garden 47. Individual exhibit a. Beginner—Exhibit of annual specimen blooms, 1 large or 3 medium or 6 small flowers. 75 cents; SO cents; 25 cents b. Junior—Exhibit of 5 or more different annuals or perennials. 75 cents; 50 cents; 25 cents c. Senior—Collection of 5 or more rllfferent perennials or a suitable flower arrangement in a suitable bowljor vase. $l; 75 cents: 50 cents Class 14 Potatoes Any Variety Exhibit of 32 potatoes. Tubers •hould be uniform in size and shape, true to type, free from Do not wash potatoes, but wipe with a soft cloth or brush with a •oft brush. 48. Individual Exhibits, $3, $2, ClassIS Conservation Includes forest ranger forest fire study soil and water, wildlife, bird study deeryard study, fur trapping safety with firearms and forestry. 49. Club exhibit Of article- a-. required in project outline <at least 3 members exhibiting) $5. $4, 13 49a. Exhibit and iden t i f y pressed wildflowers from 3 different habitats on 11x14 c a r d- tooard or collection of at least 10 pressed flowers on study sheets. 75 cents; 50 cents; 25 cents Class 16 Handicraft & Electrical By invitation only, 50. Apprentice (10-12 year olds) 2 articles—.76, .50c, .25c 51. Handyman (12-14 year olds) 1 article, $1.00, .75C, .50c 52. Craftsman (14 and over)— one irttcte \vith original design $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 Class 17 Photography Requirements—All plot u r e s must have a caption and each entry mounted on 11x14 bristol board or enlargements matted. 53. Adventures With Your Camera—5 best snapshots or 1 picture enlarged by member. $1; 75 cents; 50 cents 54. Challenges in Picture Taking—on 11x14 bristol board a aeries of 3 or more photos telling a story. $1; 75 cents; 50 cents Class 18 Entomology Rock and Mineral 55. Individual exhibit as listed in project outline—92.00, $1.50, $1.00 Class 19 Personal Improvement 56. Individual educational exhibit pertaining to project, $1, 75c, 50c Class 20 Safety and Fire Prevention Includes health Improvement, first aid, safety in home, bicycle safety, safety on farm, gun safety. 57. Individual educational exhib- lt—$1.00. 75c, 50c Class 21 Junior Leadership 58. Individual project report — $2.00, 51.50, $1.00 Class 22 4-H Club Achievement Exhibit 12 noon Saturday. Aug. 14. 1965, Ironwood Memorial Building to fairgrounds. Winter and summer 4-H Clubs may enter this event. Each olub ! shall exhibit an appropriate dis- I piay with a 4-H theme showinfi I their club's achievements. Judging will be based on: a. General appearance ol exhibit b. Attractiveness of display c. Originality of theme 59. Club exhibit—S10, S7.50. $5 (Max $100) Blue, Red, White Division E 4-H Home Economics Class 23 Clothing 'Young Miss Series — 10-12 age; Junior Miss Series—13 to 14 age: Senior Miss Scries, 15 and over.) Blue ribbon winners at Spring Achievement Day program are especially invited to exhibit their articles. Summer club members will exhibit upon invitation only. Each entry must be labeled with the name and address of the member, the division title enrolled. 61a. Young Miss—article and/ or garment; $.75; $.50; $.25. 61b. Young Miss—large garment, $1.25; $1.00; $.75. 62. Junior Miss, garments made— $1.50, S1.25, SI 63. Senior Miss, garments made and accessories — $2, SI.75, $1.50 Class 24 Knitting (Exhibit sweaters In clear plastic bag.) 64. Young knitter, two articles, $1, 75c, 50c 65. Junior Knitters, socks, mittens or sweater or similar item, depending on project—$1.25, $1, 75c 66. Snnlor knitter, Garment according to project — $1.50, $1.25, $1. Class 25 Foods and Nutrition 67. Let's learn to cook, 4 cookie squares or drops—75c, 50c, 25c 68. Everyday treats, 4 unfrosted cake squares or biscuits —75c, 50c. 25c 60. Today's Girl or Boy—Food & Future—super sandwich and snack menu on 4 x 8 card— $l, 75c, 50c 70. Today's Girl or Boy. Tomorrow's hornemaker, Vz loaf of quick bread or 4 yeast rolls— $1, 75c, tiOc 71. Let's Eat, fruit pie—$1.25, $1. 75c 72 Entertaining 4 frosted cupcakes—$1.25, $1, 75c 73. Outdoor Meals I, properly packed picnic lunch (with menu on 4 x 5 card)—75c, 50c, 25c individual exhibit 74. Outdoor Meals II. one piece of home-made equipment for campfire cookery which you have made and used. Have menu on 4 x 6 card and underline food cooked on equipment exhibited—$1, 75c, 50c 75. Outdoor Meals III, reflector oven and food which has been cooked in it—$1.25, $1. 75c Class 26 Food Preservation Canning should be in uncolored glass, uniform size and type of jar with an entry except jam, jelly, relish in 78a. 76. Freezing—Exhibit types of container and 11x14 poster showing how used. 75 cents; 50 cents; 25 cenis 77. Canning (12-14 year olds) a. Exhibit a 2 jar entry of fruit. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents b. Exhibit a 2 jar entry of vegetables. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents c. One entry of 5 jars of 3 vegetables or one entry of 5 jars of 3 fruits. $1.50; $1.25; $1.00 78. Canning (14-18 year olds) a. A 2 jar entry of jelly 01 jam. $1 00; 75 cents; 50 cents b. A 2 jar entry of pickles or meat. Sl.OO; 75 cents; 50 cents c. Meal of meat, vegetable, 4-H INSTRUCTION — Jack Little, right, Upper Peninsula extension dairyman, is shown instructing a class In 4-H Club dairy project work. The event was part of the annual 4-H Dairy Day School of Instruction. Class 1 Exhibits 1. County exhibit. $25 2. Worthy club exhibits, $5 3. Best Club Exhibits—1st, $5.00; 2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.00; 4th, $2.00; 5th, $1.00 Additional PHONES Let YOU REACH ... Instead of RUN!... In liomei with really up-to-date telephone service, there's always a phone at your finger-tips, where- ever you are upstairs or down. Additional phones mean low-cost, *tep-tavlne convenience for- the whole family. For Details Phone the- Ofttontigon County Telephone Co. Established 7879 fruit and jelly, jam or relish (1 jar each) (4 jars constitute entry). $2.00; $1.50; $1.00 Class 27 Home Design 79. Fun With Home Furnishings, exhibit projects, 75c, SOc, 25c 80. Your Home; Activity Center project, $1, 75c, SOc Section V Home Economics Department Division A Home Extension Clubs Division B Food Preparation Class 1 Breads 4. White bread—$1.00, 75c, SOc 5. Whole grain bread (bran, graham and wheat)—$1.00, 75c, SOc 6. Rye bread—$1.00, 75c, SOc 7. Saffron—$1.00, 75c, SOc 8. Nut & fruit bread, $1, 75c SOc. 9. Muffins U), $1, 75c, SOc. 10. Baking powder biscuits (plate of 4) SI, 75c, SOc. 11. Dinner rolls (plate of 4>, $1, 75c, SOc. 12. Sweet rolls, (4), $1, 75c, SOc. 13. Doughnuts (4), SI, 75c, SOc. 14. Fried cakes (4), $1, 75c. SOc. 15. Coffee cake, $1, 75c, SOc. 15a. Unclassified, $l, .75c, .50c Class 2 Cakes Exhibit \s of a cake (all un- frested except 23) 16. Angel food. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 17. Sponge, sunshine or daffodil. Sl.OO; 75 cents; 50 cents 18. White. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 19. Yellow. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 20. Chocolate. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 21. Spice. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 22. Upside down. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 23. Decorated. $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 24. Unclassified. $1.00; cents; 50 cents 25. Spice cupcake (4). $1.00; 75 cents: 50 cents 26. Light cupcake (4). $1.00; 75 cents; 50 cents 27. Dark cupcake (4). Sl.OO; 75 cents; 50 cents Class 3 Cookies Plate of 4 28. Spice, 75c. SOc, 25c. 29. Oatmeal, 75c, 50c, 25c. 30. Peanut butter, 75c, SOc. 25c. 31. Sugar rolled, 75c, SOc, 25c. 32. Filled, 75c, SOc, 25c. 33. Chocolate, 75c, SOc, 25c. 34. Brownies, 75c, SOc, 25c. 35. Overnight or icebox, 75c, SOc, 25c. 36. Party or tea, 75c, SOc, 25c. 37. Bars, 75c, SOc, 25c. 38. Butter, spritz, etc., 75c, SOc, 25c. 39. Other drop cookies, 75c SOc, 25c. 40. Unclassified, 75c, SOc, 25c J . Class 4 Pies At least a 6 inch pie. 41. Blueberry, SI, 75c, SOc. 42. Raspberry, $1, 75c, SOc. 43. Apple, $1, 75c, SOc. 44. Peach, $1, 75c, SOc. 45. Cherry, SI, 75c, SOc. 46. Raisin, $1, 75c, SOc. 47. Pie shell, SI. 75c, 50c. 48. Pasties, SI, 75c, SOc. 49. Unclassified fruit pie, $1, 75c, SOc. Division C Food Preservation Use incolored glass and same type of jar in each entry. All entries must have been preserved since last year's fair. Class 5 Preserves, Jams Marmalades, Conserves Two jars per entry. 50. Apple butter. $1, 75c, 50c. 51. Raspberry (tamo $1, 75c, 50c. 52. Raspberry Cwild), $1, 75c, 50c. 53. Strawberry (tame) $1, 75c, 75i50c. 54. Strawberry (wild) $1, 75c, 50c. 55. Peach, $1. 75c. 50c. 56. Plum, $1, 75c, 50c. 57. Mixed fruit, SI, 75c, 50c. 58. Other fruit, $1, 75c. 50c. 59. Citrus marmalade, $1, 75c, 50c. 60. Tomato pres. $1, 75c, 50c. 61. Unclassified, $1, 75c, 50c. Class-6 Jellies Two jars with metal lids. 62. Apple, $1, 75c, 50c. 63. Cherry, SI, 75c, 50c. 64. Grape, $1, 75c. 50c. 65. Raspberry, $1, 75c, 50c. 66. Blackberry, $1, 75c, 50c. 67. Crabapple, $1, 75c, 50c. 68. Unclassified, $1, 75c, 50c. Class 7 Fruits Two jars. Quarts or pints 69. Apple sauce, $1, 75c, 50c. 70. Apple pie slices, $1, 75c, 50c. 71. Crabapples, $1, 75c, 50c. 72. Strawberry, $1, 75c, 50c. 73. Cherries, $1, 75c, SOc. 74. Plums, $1, 75c, SOc. 75. Peaches, $1, 75c, SOc. 76. Wild raspberries, $1, 75c, SOc. 77. Cultivated raspberries, $1, 75c, SOc. 78. Pears, $1, 75c. SOc. 79. Rhubarb, $1, 75c, SOc. See the Dairy Cattle Exhibit at the FAIR ...then you will know WHY Brookvale's Grade "A" Milk is so good . . . tastes so good You will see the finest dairy cattle in the area on display . . . dairy cattle from the fine dairy farms in Gogebic County who produce the "QUALITY-CONTROLLED" milk you get every day ... "Quality-Controlled" at the dairy farm . . . Quality-Controlled" at the dairy to insure the finest, best fasting milk you can buy! AT YOUR DOOR -AT YOUR STORE BROOK VALE DAIRY Quality Line of Pasteurized Products Q A 9 9O4- W««'nsr Our Customer'* Tail* for Good Milk for Over 48 Ytars 80. Apricot*, $1, 75c, SOc. 81. Blueberry (tame) SI, 75c, SOc. 81-a. Blueberry (wild) SI, 7Sc, SOc. 82. Cranberry sauce, SI, 75c, SOc. 83. Unclassified, SI, 75c, SOc. Class 8 Vegetables Two in vs. Quarts or pints 84. Tomatoes, SI, 75c, SOc. 80. Tomato juice, $1, 75c, SOc. 8li. Beans (wax), 81, 7Sc, SOc. 87. Beans (green) SI, 75, SOc. 88. Greens, $1, 75c, SOc. 89. Beets, SI, 75c, SOc. 90 Corn (whole kernel, off cobt, $1, 75c. 50c. 91. Peas, 81. 75c. SOc. 92. Sauerkraut, $1, 75c, SOc. 93. Unclassified, SI, 75c, SOc. 93a Carrots, $1, 75c, SOc. Class 9 Meats Two jars. 94. Fish, SI, 75c, .We. 95. Chicken, 81, 75c, SOc. 9G. Pork, $1, 75c, SOc. 97. Veal, 81, 75c, SOc. 98. Beef, SI, 75c. SOc. 99. Unclassified, 81. 75c, SOc. Class 10 Pickles Two jars, fully cured. 100. Dills. SI, 75c, SOc. 101. Sweet cucumber, 81, 75c, 50c. 102. Sweet chunk cucumber, 81. 75c. SOc. 103. Ripe cucumber, St. 75c, 50c 104. Fruit, SI. 75c. SOc. 105. Bread & butter. $1, 75c, SOc. ]OG. Watermelon, 81, 75c, SOc. 107. Green tomato, SI, 75c, SOc. 108. Pepper, 81. 75e, SOc. 109. Beet, $1, 75c, SOc. 110. Mustard, 81, 75c, SOc. 111. Mixed vegetable, SI. 75c, SOc. 112. Sweet relish. 81, 75c. SOc. 113. Corn relish. SI, 75c, SOc. 114. Beet relish, $1, 75c, SOc. 115. Chili sauce. 81, 75c, SOc. 116. Antipasto, 81. 75c, SOc. 117. Unclassified, 81, 7Sc, SOc. Class 11 Dairy Products 118. Home made cottage cheese SJ. 75c, SOc. 119. Home made cheese, $1, 75c, SOc. Class 12 Miscellaneous Two jars. 120. Honey, In comb, $1. 75c, SOc 121. Honey, strained, $1, 75c, SOc. Two jars. 122. Maple syrup, $1, 75c, SOc Division D Clothing and Home Furnishing All articles must have been made since last year's fair. Class 1 Aprons 1. Appljqucd—75c, 50c, 25c L>. Embroidered—75c. SOc, 25c 3. Utility—75c, SOc. 25c 4. Fancy—75c, SOc, 25c 5. Crocheted—75c, SOc, 25c 6. Child's—75c. SOc, Z5c 7. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 2 Infant Wear 8. Bonnet, any type—75c. SOc, 25c 9. Sets, bonnet, sacque or sweater, booties—$1 50. Sl.OO, 75c 10. Sweater—Sl.OO, 75c. SOc 11 Booties—75c. SOc, 25c 12. Mitts—75c, SOc. 25c 13. Bibs—75c, SOc. 25c 14 Carriage or crib covers— $1.00, 75c, SOc 15. Dress or romper—Sl.OO, 75c, SOc 16. Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c Class 3 Clothing Construction (New Garments) 17. 18 SOc, 19. 20 21. 75c, 22. 23. 25c 24. 25c 25. SOc 26. $1.00 27. 28 SOc, Child's skirt—75c, SOc, 25c Child's blouse or shirt—75c, 25c Child's slip—75c, SOc, 25c Child's pajamas—75c, SOc, 25c Child's fancy dress — $1 00, SOc Child's dress—75c. 50r. 25c Child's sports wear—75c, 50c, Child's unclassified—75c, SOc, Teen-age dress — $1.00, 75c, .Teen-age party dress—$1.50, , 75c Teen-age blouse—75c, SOc, 25c Teen-age skirt, cotton—75c, 25c 29. SOc. 30. c 31. 50c, 32 50c, 33. 34 SOc, 35. 25c 30. 37. 50c 38. SOc- 39. 40. Teen-age skirt, wool — 7Sc, 25c Teen-age jumper—75c, SOc, Teen-age sports wear — 75e, 25c Teen-age unclassified — 75c, 25c Adult skirt—75c, SOc, 25c Adult blouse or shirt—75c, 25c Adult night \vear-75c, SOc, House dress—$1.00. 75c, SOe Adult street dress—$1.00, 75c, Adult better dress—SI.50, 75c, Adult jacket—75c, 50c, 25c Adult housecoat — 75c, SOc, 41. Adult coat—41.50, 75c, SOc 42. Adult sports wear—75c, SOc, 25c 43. Adult unclassified—75c, SOc, 25c 44 Card tablo covers—75c, SOc, 25c 45 Toys—75c, SOc, 25c 46. Curtains or draperys—$1.00, 75o, SOc 47. Gloves—7Sc, SOc, 25c Class 4 Remodeled Garments 48. Child's dress—75c, SOc. 25c 4!). Boy's suit—75c, SOc, 25c 50. Snow suit—75c, SOc, 25c 51. Child's coat—75c. SOc, 25c. 52. Pants or slacks—75c, SOc, 25c 53. Dress—75c, SOc, 25c 54. Sports wear—75c, SOc, 25c 55. Shirt—75c, SOc, 25c 56 Unclassified—75c, SOc, 25o Class 5 Table Runners Or Doilies 57. 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