Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1998 · Page 13
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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 13

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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood. Ml Iron fair premium list ATOM PK*B 7) 9. Hen. 10. Cock. 11. Cockerel. 12. Pullet. C*a**4 — Any Other 13. Hen 14. Cock 15. Cockerel. 16. Pullet. DMslonB — S.C. 17. Hen. 18. Cock. 19. Cockerel. 20. Pullet. ff — 21. Hen. 22. Cock. 23. Cockerel. 24. Pullet. Class 7 — Any Other Mediterranean Breed 25. Hen. 26. Cock. 27. Cockerel. 28. Pullet. CUM 8 English All Breeds 29. Hen. 30. Cock. 31. Cockerel. 32. Pullet. Class 9 — Crossbreed £99 Type (White E *r Lot*) 33. Hen. 34. Cock. 35. Cockerel. 36. Pullet. Class 10 — Crossbreed Meat Type. {Red Ear Lobe) 37. Hen. 38. Cock. 39. Cockerel. •10. Pullet. Class 11 — Any other Asiatic Breed 41 Hon. •12 Cock. 43. Cocken4r . -J4. Pullet. Class 12 — Bantam 45. Hen. 46. Cock. 47. Cockerel. 48. Pullet. Class 13 — Any Other Standard Variety 49. Hen. 50. Cock. 51. Cockerel. 52. Pullet. Division C Ducks Class 14 — Pekln 53. Drake. 54. Duck. Cits* 15 — Muscovy 5. r i. Drake. f>6. Duck. Class 16 — Mallard 57. Drake. 58. Duck. Class 17 — Rouen 59 Drake. - Thursday, June 18.1998 60. Duck. ^ _ 61. Drake. 62. Duck. Cte*s19 — Am/Other Variety 63. Drake. 64. Duck. DtvWonD 66 Gander. 66. Goose. Embtten 67. Gander. 68. Goose. Cte**22 — Chtoeee 69. Gander. 70. Goose. Any Other 71. Gander. 72. Goose. DtvteJonE Turfc*y« Ctass24 — Brorum 73. Tom. 74. Pullet. Class 25 — Bro*d Whites 75. Tom. 76. Pullet. Cta*s26 Utnimture Turkey* 77. Tom. 78. Pullet. DMaJonF 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87, 88. 89. 90. 91. 92 93 94 95, 9fi. 97 98 Chu» 27 — Mortdmins Hen. Cock. Young cock. Young hen. Cits* 28 — Cameaua Hen. Cock. Young cock. Young hen. Class 29 — Performing Breeds Hen. Cock. Young cock. . Young hen. Class 30 — Fancy Breeds . Hon. . Cock. . Young cock. . Young hen. Division G Class 31 — Guinea Fowl , Hen . Cock Young Cock . Young Hen Department 8 Rabbits Prsmkim 2.00, 1:75, 130, US Exhibitor must carp for own ex hibitB, Class A— Hew Zealand White* 1. Buck over 6 months. 2. Doe over 6 months. 3. Buck under 6 months. 4. Do* under 6 months. Class B Checkered Giants (Alt Colon) 5. Buck over 6 month*. 6. Doe over 6 months. 7. Buck under 6 months 8. 'Doe under 6 months Class C Flemish Giants (A II Colors) Pages 9. Buck over 6 months. 10. Do* over 6 months. 1 1. Buck under 6 months. 12. Doe under 6 months. CeMforine Buck over 6 months. Doe over 6 months Buck under 6 months. Doe under 6 months. Dutch (AMCotors) 13. Buck over 6 months. 14. Doe over 6 months. 15. Buck under 6 months. 16. Doe under 6 months. 17. 18. 19. 20. Angora 21. Buck over 6 months. 22. Doe over 6 months. 23. Buck under 6 months. 24. Doe under 6 months. CteMG ChinchHta 25. Buck over 6 months 26. Doe over 6 months. 27. Buck under 6 months. 28. Doe under 6 months. dassH Rex 29. Buck over 6 month*. 30. Doe over 6 months. 31. Buck under 6 months. 32. Doe under 6 months. Class I Lop Eared 33. Buck over 6 months. 34. Doe over 6 months. 35. Buck under 6 months. 36. Doe under 6 months. Class J Any Other Fancy Breed 37. Buck over 6 months. 38. Doe over 6 months. 39. Buck under 6 months. 40. Doe under fi months. Class K Any Other Commercial Breed 41. Buck over 6 months. 42. Doe over 6 months. 43. Buck under 6 months. 44. Dt>e under 6 months. months but under 12 20. Adult wether - 1 year and over . Rfebononry 21. Grand champion pygmy goat CtessD Donkey 22. Jenny, 2 and over 23. Foal (either ae») 24. Yearling 25. Gelded Jack, 2 and over from Department 11 Domesticated Exotic Animals Premium 5.00, 4.00, 3.00, 2.00 Class A Midget Horse 1. Man- 2. Gelding Class B Llama 3. Male under 2 years 4. Female under 2 years 5. Male over 2 yearn 6. Female over 2 years Class C Pygmy Goats 7. Junior doe kid - under 4 months 8 Senior doe kid - 4 months but under 12 9. Yearling doe - 12 months but under 24 10. Junior doe - 2 year* but under 3 11. Mature Hoe - 3 years but under 5 12. A#»»d doe - 5 years an<i over 13. Dam and daughter 14. Produce of dam 15. Junior get of sire 50. Senior got of H ire 17. Exhibitor* herd 18. Junior wether kid - under 4 months 19. Senior wether kid - 4 Emu 26. Female 27. Male Cteas F PotBetiiedPtg 28. Any Cteas G Other exotic domestic artkneJ 29. Any Class H Other exotic domestic poultry JO. Any Department 12 Dairy Products Premium 12.00, 10.00,1.00, LOO. 1. Butter (10 pounds) 2. Cheese dO pounds). Ptsmkim 5.00, 4.00, J.OO, 2.00 3. Homemade Butter sweet cream (1 pound) 4. Homemade Cheese (1 pound) Department 14 Plant and Soil Science Premium 1.75,1.50, US, 1.00 Class A Vegetable Plate Exhibit 1. Celery d plant). 2. Sweet Peppeni, red yellow (3)., 3. Sweet Peppers, green (3) 4. Hot Peppers, green (3). 5. Hot Peppers, red (3). 6. Loose Leaf Lettuce (1 plant). 7. Head Lettuce d head). 8. Endive d plant). 9. Long Slicing Cu.cumberH, 6" or over in length (6). 10. Short Slicing Cucumbers, 4" or less in length (fi>. 11. Pickling Cucumbers, 4" or lesrt in length (tit. 12. Dill Pickling Cucumber*! • or ovi-r (G). 13. Dill d bunch). 14. Parsley (I plant) 1"). Sweet Basil (1 plant). K>. Saged plant). 17. Orcganri d plant) IS..Coriander d plant). 19. Garlic (1 planli 20. Any other "fin-ens" of sata plant (1 plant). 4" VtneCrope )emluH 1.75, MO, US, 1M 34. Squash. HubbardU) 35. Squash, Buttercup (1). 36. Squash. Butternut type (1). 37. Squash, Acorn (1). 38. Any other winter Squash 39. Squash, Spaghetti (1). 40. Squash, Summer (1). 41. Zucchini Squash (up to 6"h 42. Zucchini Squash (over 6"). 43. Zucchini Squash (over 12'L 44. Pumpkin, Pied). 45. Pumpkin, field (1). 46. Watermelon (1). 47. Muskemelond). 48. Citron (3). 49. Gourds (3 of any variety). CtettO 1.79,1.5O, US, 1.00 50. Early Pointed (1 head) 51. Early Round (1 head) 52. Late Flat (1 head). 53. Late Round (1 head) 54. Redd head). 55. Savory (1 head). 66. Flowering cabbage (1 head). Class B Beans and Peas Pnmkm 1.75, 1.50, US, 1.00 21. Lima Bean«(12). 22. Pole Beans in Pod (12). 23. Snap Beans-green, round pod<12>. 24. Snap Beans-green, flat pod 25. Purple (12). 26. Snap Beans, other (12). 27. Edible Podded Pc-a (sugar pea 12). 28. Yellow Beans (12;. 29. Sugar Snap Pod (12) 30. Peas in Pod (12). 31 Dry Shells! Beans (1 pint). •'U. Dry Shelled Peas d pint).white , M- Dry Shelled Pens (1 pint) colored Root Crop* Premium 1.7S, MO, US, 1.00 67. Coreless Carrots (6). 58. Long Carrots (6). 59. Half-Long Carrots (6). 60. Short Carrots (6). 61. Turnip* (3). 62. Parsnipa (6). .63. Rutabagas (3). 64. Pickling Beets, small (fit , 65. Table Beets, 6" or less f3>.. 66. Kohlrabi (3). 67. Table Radish (6). 68. Winter Radishes (6). 69. Salsify (3). 70. Green Bunching Onions i6). 71. Red Onions, mature (fii. 72. Bermuda Onions, mature (6). 73. White Onions, mature (6). 74. Yellow Onions, mature (6). 75. Spanifih Onions, nihturo (6). 76. Pickling Onions (6! 77. Leeks (3).. /' 78. Horseradish (3). 79. Jerusalem Artichokes :3' Class F Tomatoes Premium 1.75, 1.50, US, 1.00 80. Ripe, atom on (3). 81. Green (6). 82. Pastt'or Pear type '<>> 83. Cherry (6) 84. Yellow (6). 85. Patio or Basket lyp'- <in con- tamer). Class G Other Vegetables Premium 1.75, 1.50, US, 1.00 86. Cauliflower (1 head' 87. Broccoli (1 head). 89. Purple Cauliflower < I' »"' :ldv 90. Asparagus (5 stalks 91. Rhubarb (5 stalks) Class H Largest Premium 1.75, 1.50, US, J.OO 92. Largent Potato.' 93. Largest Apple. 94. Largest Squash 95. Largest Zucchini. 96. Largest Cabbage.' 97. Largest Tomato. 98. largest Carrot. 99. largest Pumpkin 101. LwrgrstCucumlHT (Continued on I'atfr &>

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