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Pre-Fair Supplement October 3, 2018 Page 9 I) Entry Times: ALL exhibits entered at the Fair Building I 01 County Road 12B Park River, ND 58270.9) The Fair Management will take all available means to between 3:30 and 6:00 pm onWednesday, October 17, 2018. 6) Exhibits must be exhibited in LOTS where they be- maintain the identity and security of all exhibits, but will 2) ReieaseTimes: ALL exhibits will be released between long. assume no responsibility for exhibits lost or mixed or in 9:00 am and I I:00 am on Saturday, October 20, 2018. 7) Premiums and ribbons will be awarded only on wor- any manner damaged. Exhibits will be returned at ex- 3) Exhibitors are not restricted to Walsh County ad- thy exhibits and competitive classes, hibitor's expense on request. dresses; anyone is eligible to exhibit in the Open Classes, 8) The Fair Management reserves the right; and has in- I 0) 4-H and FFA members must be enrolled in project Art and Photography Show. strutted all Division Chairman and Judges to reject any or to exhibit. 4) All exhibits must have been produced during 2018, all exhibits which are improperly represented, exhibited I I) 4-H and FFA Premium lists are not included in this except otherwise noted, or otherwise undesirable with respect to the quality, vari- supplement. All 4-H families have received exhibit lists. 5) Entries may be brought to the Fair or they may be ety, or lack suitable competition to be declared champion Contact County Extension Office with additional ques- mailed, postpaid, to the Walsh County Extension Office, exhibit, tions. an exhibitor! Attention Open Class Ex- hibitors!! Extra prizes (over and above ribbon awards) will be given to some Open Class Winners. Consider entering something that you have made, or grown, or canned, or baked, or built, and see if you can snag one of those extra prizes. We all love to look at lots of entries at the Walsh County Fair! Join the fun! Do your part! Be an Open Class Exhibitor! New Exhibitor Award The New Exhibitor receiv- ing the most Blue ribbons in the Canned Foods, Baked Foods, Needlework, Clothing, Crafts/Plants, Junior, Senior Citizen Division and Disabled Citizen Divisions will each re- ceive a New Exhibitor Ribbon. Be sure to state that you are a New Exhibitor when entering exhibits. A $25.00 cash award will be given by theWalsh County FairAssociation to each of the individuals receiving the great- est number of Blue ribbons in each of the following Divi- sions, Canned Foods, Baked Foods, Needlework, Clothing, Crafts/Plants, Junior, Senior Citizen Division and Disabled Citizen Divisions. In the event of a tie, the Sweepstakes win- ner is selected on "Best of the Division" or top entry ex- hibits. No one person will be awarded a Sweepstakes in any one Division of the Open Home Economic areas for more than two (2) years in succession, Home Economics I) PREMIUMS OFFERED: unless there is a LOT for it. pint or a standard quart jar. Jelly Ist- $3.00 2nd- $2.003rd II) The Junior Division is open can be shown in standard canning - $1.00 to Boys and Girls through 18 years jars with two-part lids and no 2) All exhibits must have been of age. Exhibitors' age is to be in- paraffin. All canned foods are to be actual work of the exhibitor and cluded on exhibits entered in the exhibited with screw bands left on have been made or finished since Junior Division. the jars for safety in handing. En- November I, 2017. All exhibits 12) Disabled Citizen Division is tries must be labeled with the must be of showmanship quality, open to anyone who has any phys- name of the product, canning 3) Exhibits must be removed ical or mental disability,method used, and length of pro- between 9:00 am and I I:00 am on 13) All exhibits must be neat cessing time. Wine may be exhib- Saturday, October 20. Premiums and clean, ited in appropriate containers will be withheld on exhibits re- a. Garments may have been following recommended wine mak- moved from the Fair prior to the worn, but should be clean and well- ing process. proper check out time. pressed. If garments need to be 17) A maximum of I blue, red, 4) All exhibits must be entered hung, exhibitor must provide a and white ribbon may be given per between 3:30 and 6:00 pm on hanger. If a commercial pattern is LOT, according to the Judge's dis- Wednesday, October 17 at the used; the pattern guide is required cretion in all Divisions. This applies Walsh County Fair Building. Please and should be pinned to the gar- to Needlework, Clothing, Crafts, note: Exhibits will not be accepted ment, and if any changes in the pat- Plants, Baked Foods, Canned Foods, at any other time. Exhibits are tern are made, please indicate this Senior, Junior, and Disabled Citizens judged at 8:30 am onThursday, Oc- on the guide. Divisions. tober 19. The Home Economic Di- b. Framing is recommended but 18) "Best of the Division" may vision Area will be closed for not required for all counted cross- be given to the exhibits, according viewing at this time. stitch pieces. 5) Exhibitors are not restricted c. Crocheted doilies must be to the Judge's discretion. 19) The Walsh County Exten- to a Walsh County address. Any- fastened to a solid colored paper sion Office and the Walsh County one is eligible to exhibit, or cloth for exhibiting.FairAssociation will not be held re- 6) Only one (I) entry per ex- d. Food items should be dis- hibitor is allowed in each LOT. played on a sturdy paper plate and sponsible for lost or stolen articles. LOT numbers should be attached placed in a plastic bag. The 20) All protests made against to article or exhibit by exhibitors recipe is required and should be at- any entry or against any decision of before entry. Official tags will be tached securely to food item. the Judges must be made in writing attached at time of entry,e. Models should be exhibited within 24 hours. All protests must 7) 4-H'ers' are not allowed to with the directions that came with be made to the Open Class Com- compete in the open class with the the model when the model was mittee. Protest must state plainly same article which they have ex- purchased, or if that is not possible, the cause of complaint or appeal, with specific charges and recital of hibited in the 4-H Division. How- a note card with the steps used to ever, they may compete in the assemble the model is acceptable, facts relied upon or made. All Open Division LOTS. f. It is acceptable to exhibit questions in dispute or differences 8) The management reservesquilts that have been constructed not covered by these rules shall be the right and Judges' are authorized by the exhibitor, but have been referred to the governing county to reject any exhibits which are im- commercially quilted, fair committee whose decisions properly represented, exhibited or g. All items must be presented shall be final. Any ungentlemanly otherwise undesirable with respect in the Ziploc Bag. conduct toward the Judges or to variety or quality. If there is only 14) Food from the same batch Management by Exhibitors will be one exhibit in the LOT, the prize is cannot be exhibited by more than cause for withholding any premium left to the Judge's discretion, one family member in the same award. The decision of the Man- 9) Anyone who has never en- LOT. agement on all matters shall be tered an exhibit at the Fair, or has 15) Box mixes will not be ac- final. not exhibited in that Division cepted as any baked food. Except 21) Please Note: Items exhib- within the last five (5) years is con- for LOT 374 and 497. ited in the Other LOTS must not sidered a New Exhibitor. 16) All canned foods must be be duplicates of previous LOTS in 1(3) No entry will be accepted exhibited in a standard half-pint, the Division. ENTE~ 3:30-6:00 pmWednes- day, October 17, 2018 OPEN CLASS I) PREMIUMS OFFERED: Ist-$3.00 2nd-$2.00 3rd - $1.00 2) Exhibitors are not restricted to a Walsh County address. Any- one is eligible to exhibit. 3) Entries must be exhibited on a plain white paper plate. No bas- kets, boxes, etc. will be accepted. LOT I. One Cabbage (Show with one or two green wrapper leaves) 2. Six Beets (1" tops) 3. Six Carrots (Uniform Shape, I" tops) 4. One Pumpkin (Mature) 5. One Squash, Summer (Not over 8" long) 6. One Squash,Winter (Mature) 7. Six Onions, Green Table (Maximum bulb diameter Y2", over all length 6"-8", remove roots) 8. Six Onions, White, Mature (Show with outer scales on, I" tops, trim roots to ]/4") 9. Six Onions, Yellow, Mature (Show with outer scales on, I" tops, trim roots to 3/4") 10. Six Potatoes, Red (Uniform Shape) II. Six Potatoes, White (Uni- form Shape) 12. Six Potatoes, Russet (Uni- form Shape) 13. One Watermelon (Mature) 14. Six Apples 15. Three Peppers (Uniform Shape) 16. Six Tomatoes (Uniform Fruits, Stems Removed) 17. Decorative:Three- Gourds, Small Decorative Pumpkins or In- dian Corn 18. Miscellaneous 5;