Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1998 · Page 15
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June 18, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 15

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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml —Thursday, June 18, 1998 Iron fair premium list (Continued from Page 11) 141. Vegetable soup with meat. M2. Chili 143. Any other canned vegetables. . 144. Mushrooms. ClaatN Meats Pnmkm 1.7S, 1.50, 1.25, 1.00 145. Chicken, 146. Fish. 147. Meat. Class O Pickles and Miscellaneous Pnmkim 1.75, 1.SO, 135. 1.00 Standard Glass Jnrs. May be opened by judge. All jars must be labeled with method and date of preservation. 148. Sweet pickles. 149. Rread and butter pickles. 150. Dill pickles. 151. Any other cucumber pickles. 152. Beet pickles. 153. Mustard pickles. • 154. Chow chow. 155. Relish, preen tomato. 156. Relish, any vegetable. 157. Relish, any fruit. 158. Pickled peppers,. 159. Green tomato pickles. 160. Any other pickled vegetables. . 161. Watermelon pickles. 162. Crabapple pickles. 163. Any other pickled fruit. 164. Antipa.sto. 165. Chili sauce or catsup. 166. Mincemeat. 167. Any home dried fruit (1 pint in container) 168. Any home dried vegetable (1 pint in container) Class P Jefties and Jams Pnmkm 1.7S. 1.50, 135. 1.00 Standard Glass Jars with lid and ring scat. Judge may open. 169. Plum jelly. 170. Currant jelly, 171. Crabspple jelly. 172. Grape jelly. 173. Apple jelly. 174. Strawberry jelly. 175. RnHpberry jelly. 176. Gooseberry jelly. 177. Wild cherry jelly. 178. Blackberry jelly. 179. Any other kind of jelly/ 180. Strawberry jam • 181. Raspberry-jam. 182. Rhubarb jnm. 183. Cherry jam. 184. Peach jam. 185. Blueberry jam, 186. Apple jnm. 187. Grape jf»m. 188. Blackberry jam. 189. Vegetable jam. 190. Orange marmalade. 191. Fruit butter-any kind, 192 Any other kind of jam 193 FViwrves-nny kind 194. ('unnerve-any kind. Class O Collection of Canned Foods Pnmium 2.00, 1.75, 1.SO, 1.25 . 195 Canned fnutn. \'.¥\ Canned vegetables 197. Group winch might bo used for dinner or Hiipprr, menu included at least 3 jars -. fi kinds of food. Class R Open only to youth under 14 who are not enrolled in an organized youth group. Pnmtum 1.75, 1.50, 1.25, 1.00 198. Nutrition poster or display CtossS Open onty to youth 15-18 year* of age who an not enrolled In an organized youth group. Premium 1.73, 1.50, 135, 1.00 199. Nutrition poster or display Department 26 Clothing B«n Franklin and Fabric Patch of Ironwood donated gift certificates to be used as an incentive in the Open Clasw Clothing Dcpt. They will be awarded to the two people with the highest point*. Point* will be based on premiums accumulated in Classes A through d. Recipients must be from Iron County. • . (Do not enter any article that has been exhibited at previous faint.) All clothing mutit be brought with hangers. Class A Adult or Teenage Garments Pnmlum 4.50, 3.50, 2.50, 1.50. 1. Coat, cape or jacket, lined 2. Suit, men's lined. 3. Suit, men's unlined. 4. Ensemble, such as suit with blouse or coat with dress. 5. Coat or jacket, unlined. 6. Quilted Jacket. 7. Cape or poncho, unlined. 8. Suit, women's unlined. 9. Suit, women's lined. Pnmkon 230,235, 2.00, 1.50 10. Daytime dress, cotton. 11. Daytime dreaa, manmade fibers. 12. Dress, wool or wool like, 13. Dress for best wear. 14. 2 piece dreau. 15. Party dress. 16. Houue dress. 17. Sewn Mittens, Prsmkon 235,2.00, 1.75,1.SO 18. Jumper and blouse, 19. Blazer jacket. 20. Jumpsuit. 21. Sweater from knit material, 22. Sportfl outfit, 3 or more pieces. 23. Skirt and blouse. 24. 2 piece Kports outfit. 25. 2 piece sweat unit 26. Pantsuit Pnmktm 2.00, 1.75, 1.SO, 135 27. Housecoat or brunch coat. 28. Jumper, 29. Sleeveless vent*, quilted 30. Man'a pajamas. 31. Men'* or boy's slacks. 32. Woman's pajaman or night gown. 33. S*;wn Hat or cap. 34. Skirt. 35. Split skirt or culolte. 36. Slack«, wool or wool like. 37. Slacks, other material. Slip. Shirt, woo! or wool like. Shirt, other than wool. T-shirt Blouse, simple drrsny. Page 12 matin neckties (mounted on backing'. 47. Df'coraicd sweatshirt' hand stitched' 48. Decorated sweatshirt - np- pliqued (Glued) 49. Decorated sweatshirt - ap- pliqued (Sewn) 50. Decorated sweatshirt painted 51. Decorated sweatshirt - tube decorated 52. Decorated sweatshirt beadery 53. Decorated sweatshirt - netv dlepunch 54. Decorated sweatshirt - shirt made by Exhibitor 55. Sweatshirt - cut work 56. Article which has been made over (describe work done). 57. Handmade costume tie Ciown, Halloween, etc.) Class B 58. Grament hand decorated with stamping - using natural materials Infant and Children's dim ments Prtmkim 1.75, 1.50, 1.25, 1.00 59. Infant's dress for host wear 60. Infant's dress for general wear. 61. Creepers or crawlers. 62. Vest. 63. Any other infant's article. 64. Dress for best wear. 65. Dress for general wear. 66. Skirt. 67. Jumper. 68. Blouse or shirt, girl's or boy's. 69. T-shirt. 70. Pajamas. 71. Nightgown. 72. Slacks or pants. 73. Bathrobe or housecoat. 74. Sports outfit. 75. Childsjacket 76. Chi Ids coat 77. Decorated sweatshirt - hand stitched 78. Decorated sweatshirt - ap- pliqued 79. Decorated sweatshirt painted 80. Decorated sweatshirt - bendery 81. Decorated sweatshirt - nee- dlepunch 82. Decorated sweatshirt - nhirt made by Exhibitor 83. Article which has bvi-n made over (describe work done) 84. Handmade costume (u.- Clown, Halloween, etc.) Class C Lingerie Prmium 2.00, 1.75, 1.50, 1.25 85. Slip. 86. Half slip. 87. Nightgown. Swimsuit. Peignoir net. Lingerie set, 3 or innri> firti- 33. 39. 40. 41. 42 43, 44 45 Department 27 Knitting and Crocheting Class A Knitting 'Pnmlum 1.75,1.SO, 135, 1.00 ^ I- Bed slippers;. 2. Hat or cap. 3. Purse. 4. Mittens, men's-2 needle'.' fi. Mittens, women's-2 needle 6. Mittens, child's-2 needle. 7. Scarf or stole. 8. Set of hot pad holders 9. Set of dish clothes PnnkmZOO, 1.75, 1.50, 135 • • 10. Mittens, 4 needle, 1 pair, 11. Mittens, babies'. 12. Gloves. 13. Socks, long. 14. Leg warmers. 15. Vest. . 16 Infant's cap 17. Infant's booties. 18 Infant's sweater. 59. Infant's bunting. 20, Any other knit garment 21. Any other knit item '22. Garment, knit by child under 14. 23. Holiday craft. 24. Decorative accessory for the home. 25. Doll clothes. 3-6 garment. 26. Knitted Beanie Buby outfits, 3-6 garments 27. Doilies. 28. Pillow. 29. Toy. 30. One pair four-needle socks, socks to have french or dutch heel. Prsmkm 235, 2.00, 1.75. 1.50 31. Simple sweater for adult. 32; Simple sweater for child. 33. Pullover, 1 color, men's. 34. Pullover, 1 color, women's 35. Pullover, 1 color, child's. 36. Set-in sleeve, man's. 37. Set-in »leeve. woman's. 38. Set-in sleeve, child's. 39. Cardigan knit with 1 color. 40. Sample afghan, minimum 5 different pattern stitches included. 41. Machine knit sweater, adult. 42. Machine knit sweater child 43. Machine knit afghan 106 Main St. &»»on, Wisconsin 44. Machine knit any cither garment. Pnmhjm 2.50. 235, ZOO, 1.50 45. Cardigan knit with 1 color, woman's. 46. Cardigan knit with 1 color, child's. 47. Pullover with mixed colors. man's. 48. Pullover with mixed colors, woman's. 49. Cardigan knit with mixed colors, man's. 50. Cardigan knit with mixed colors, woman's. 51. Cardigan knit with muttl colors, child's. 52. Dress or suit. 53 Jacket, untined. 54. Jacket, lined. 55. Afghan, knit. 56. Baby afghan, knit. 57. Knit Lnce. Class B Crocheting Pnmtum 1.75, 130, 135, 1.00 58. Vanity or buffet set 59. Dresser ncarf. 60. Chair set. 61. Doilies under 14" (mmml.'d on backing). 62. Luncheon cloth. 63. Centerpiece over 14". 64. Hankies, 2 with edging (mounted on backing). 65. Hot dinh maU. 66. Luncheon cloth or svl, cni- cheted edging. 67. Dresser scarf, crocheted 83 89 90 clc.s Blous Vest. Apron. DiHptay »f 2 or more hiind- Class O Made by youth under 14 Premium 1,75, 1.50, .135, 1.00 91. Blouse. 92 PanU rtmkim 2.25, 2.00, 1.7S, J.50 93 Dn-Krt 94. Sit vpwcar. 95. Any othi>r garment. '.)(>. H>(H'ur,it! d xwni 68. Hand towel crocheted hanger and/or trim. 69^ Pillow cases, crocheted wig- ing. 70. Doilies, crocheted edging (mounted on backing). 71. Vanity or buffet set. crocheted edging, 72. Pillow cover. 73. Any other crocheted item 74. Hairpin crochet, any article. 75. Vest. 76. Shell. 77. Cap for infant. 78. Booties, 79. Infant's trweatcr. 80. Hat or cap. adult. 81. Mittens. (Continued on Page 13) Trap JHH FRIDAY All-You-Cart-Eat Fish Fry '7.95 LAKE SUPERIOR FISH SPECIAL Walleye - Ptrch • Whltcfish SATURDAY Prime Rib or BBQ OPENt Sim. BREAKFAST ' 2 Hot Cakes. Hash Browns. 2 Eg£s. Bacon. Tbast A Coffer. BREAKFAST & LUNCH DAILY Be Sure To Attend The IRON COUNTY FAIR Friday, July Jl, Saturday O Suday Angttit 1 & * It's Worth Tfi« Ridtf

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