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Page 10 Pre-Fair Supplement .October 3, 2018 iVlSlOnS * Refer to Rule 3 and 13 A, 13 B, Clothing Articles Doilies (Over 10", display on 62. Embroidered Dresser Scarf LOT contrasting solid background) orVanity Set I.Apron 32. Crocheted Afghan 63. Embroidered Dish Towels 2. Hot Pot Holders (Set of Two) 33. Afghan (Hairpin, Lace, (Set of 2) 3.Woman's Suit Broomstick) 64. Mounted Embroidered Pic- 4. Pantsuit 34. Crocheted Tablecloth or ture 5. Coat Bedspread 65. Crewel Embroidered Pillows 6. Skirt or Jumper 35. CrochetedVest or Sweater 66. Crewel Embroidered Pic- 7. Dress,Woven Fabric 36. Crocheted Cape or Shawl tures 8. Dress, Knit Fabric 37. Hairpin Lace Article 67. Article using a Scandinavian 9. Dress,Wool 38. Broomstick Lace Article Embroidery Stitch 10. Cocktail or Dinner Attire 39. Other Crocheted Article 68. HardangerArticle (Under 6") I I.Top, Cotton or Synthetic 40. Crocheted Collars 69. Hardanger Article (Over 6") 12. Casual Adult Sportswear 4 I. Decorative Crocheted Arti- 70. Counted Cross Stitch Em- 13. Child's Sportswear cle broidered Article (Under 8") 14. Child's Dress 71. Counted Cross Stitch Em- 15. Child's Top Knitted Articles broidered Article (8"- 14") 16. Men's/Boy's Wear LOT 72. Counted Cross Stitch Em- 17. Garment Sewn With a Spe- 46. Knitted Afghan broidered Article (I 5" and cialty Fabric 47. Plain KnitVest or Sweater over) 18. Remodeled Garment (With 48. Pattern KnitVest or Sweater 73. Seasonal Counted Cross before and after pictures of (Solid color) Stitch Embroidered Article item remodeled, or paragraph 49. Pattern KnitVest or Sweater 74. Holiday Counted Cross explaining changes made.) (Two or more colors) Stitch Embroidered Article 19. Sleepwear 50. Knitted Cape or Shawl75. Needlepoint Article 20. Slacks 5 I. Machine Knitted Article 76. Long Stitch Article 21. Jacket or Blazer 52. Other Knitted Article77. Chicken Scratch Article 22. Doll Clothes (3 garments per 78. Stamped Cross Stitch Article exhibit.) Needlework Articles 79. Candle wicking 23. Sewn Appliqued Sweatshirt LOT 810. Plastic Canvas Woven Article 24. Decorated Sweatshirt 53.Seasonal Embroidered Article 8 I.Woven Article 25. Sewn Accessory 54. Holiday Embroidered Article 82. Macrame Article 26. Paint-Stitched Garment 55. Small Embroidered Article 83. Other Needlework Article 27. Costume (14" or more) 28. Knit Garment 56. Large Embroidered Article Quilted Articles 29. Other (I 5" or more) LOT 57. Embroidered Wall Hanging 84. Seasonal Quilt Crocheted Articles 58. Embroidered Baby Quilt 85. Holiday Quilt LOT 59. Other Embroidered Article 86. Baby Quilt 30. Crocheted Doily or Set of 60. Embroidered Pillow Cases 87. Embroidered Quilt Doilies (Under I 0", display on (set of two) or Sheets 88. Hand Stitched Quilt contrasting solid background) 61. Embroidered Tablecloth or 89.Tied Quilt 3 I. Crocheted Doily or Set of Luncheon Cloth 90. Quilt (Appliqu~ or Reverse andl3 C Applique) 9 I. Quilt (Piecework) 92. Quilt (Panel) 93. Quilt (Other types, Yo-Yo, Trapunto, etc.) 94. Machine Quilting 95. Paper Pieced Quilt 96. Quilted Table Runner 97. Quilted Wall Hanging 98. Quilted Throw 99. Original Design Quilt 100.Twin Quilt 101. Full Sized Quilt 102. Queen Sized Quilt 103. King Sized Quilt 104. Other Quilted Article Biscuit, Other Room Accessories LOT 105. Decorative or Sofa Pillow 106. Rug (Hooked or Braided) 107. Latch hookec~Article 108. Plaster craft 109. Ceramics (Small Article or Grouping Under 6"Tall) I I 0. Ceramics (Large Article or Grouping Over 6"Tall) I I I. Holiday Ceramics I 12. Seasonal Ceramics I 13. Porcelain (Small Article or group under 6" tall) 114. Porcelain (Large Article or group over 6" tall) I 15. Holiday Porcelain I 16. Seasonal Porcelain I 17. China Painted Article (Small, Under 6") I 18. China Painted Article (Large, Over 6") I 19. Painted Metal Article 120. Novelty Pictures and Plaques 121 .Textile Painted Article 122. Number Painting 128. Homemade Toy 129. Leather Craft (One Article) 130. Holiday Decoration 13 I.Jewelry 132. Stenciled Article 133. Decorated Wreath 134. Stuffed Article (Doll,Animal, etc,) 135. Potted Plants (Green) 136. Potted Plants (Flowers) 137. Potted Plants (Cactus) 138. Dried Floral Arrangements 139. Silk Floral Arrangements 140. Fresh Floral Arrangements 14 I.Wooden Furniture 142. Functional Wooden Article 143. Decorative Wooden Article 144. Seasonal Wooden Article 145. Painted Wooden Article 146.Wooden Article 147. Carved Wooden Article 148.Artistic Wooden Article 149. Other Room Accessory Miscellaneous LOT I S0. Lawn Ornaments 15 I. Napkin Rings 152. Place Mats (Set of 2) 153. Dolls (Fabric orYarn) 154. Dolls (Plastic or Paper) 155. Dolls (China or Glass) 156. Refinished Item 157. Homemade Greeting Cards, Gift Wraps, etc. 158. Stamped Item 159. Scrapbook 160. Genealogies, Family Trees 16 I. Creative Twist Article 162. Other Decorative Items Lnned Canned Fruit Division LOT 200.Applesauce 201 .Apples 202.Apricots 203. Blueberries 204. Cherries 205. Crabapples 206. Fruit Cocktail 207.Juneberries 208. Peaches 209. Pears 210. Plums, Blue 21 I. Plums,Wild 212. Raspberries 213. Rhubarb 214. Strawberries 215.Wild Berries 216. Other Fruit Canned Vegetables LOT 22 I. Beans, Green Division * Refer to Rule 16. 222. Beans,Wax 223. Beets 224. Carrots, Cut 225. Carrots,Whole 226. Corn, Cream Style 227. Corn,Whole Style 228. Peas 229. Sauerkraut 230.Tomatoes, Quartered 231 .Tomatoes,Whole 232. Crushed Tomatoes 233. OtherVegetable Juices LOT 241 .Tomato Juice 242. Fruit Juice 243.Vegetable Juice Pickles and Relishes LOT 25 I. Beet Pickles 252. Bread and Butter Pickles 253. Chunk Pickles 254. Crabapple Pickles 255. Dill Pickles 256. Fruit Pickles 257. Sweet Pickles 258. Other Pickles 259. Relish Miscellaneous LOT 26 I. Jelly 262.]am 263. Marmalade 264. Fruit Butters 265. Syrup 266. HomemadeWine (Not made from a Kit) 267. Hot Sauce 268. Salsa 269. Spaghetti Sauce 270. Mustard 27 I. Horseradish 272. Other ENTER: 3:30-6:00 pmWednesday, Oc- tober 17,2018 In order to qualify for the free seed from North Star Co-op the grower must submit sample under his or her name LOT I. Hard Red Spring Wheat (Any ap- OPEN CLASS proved milling variety) I) PREMIUMS OFFERED: 2. Amber Durum (Any approved milling I st - $10.00 2nd - $8.00 3rd - $5.00 variety) 2) Exhibitors are not restricted to 3. Flax (Any variety) Walsh County address. Anyone is eligible 4. Barley (Malting variety) to exhibit. 5. Barley (Feed variety) 3) 2018 crop production eligible only. 6. Oats (Any variety) 4) Only exhibits meeting size require- 7. Soybeans ments will be entered. 8. Small Seeded Legumes (Alfalfa, Sweet Requirements: Small Grains-2 gallons clover, Red Clover) Flax, Legumes and Grasses- I gallon 9. Pinto and Red Beans Sunflowers-I gallon 10. White Edible Beans Beans and Peas-I gallon I I. Non-Oil Sunflowers Corn- I gallon (Shelled) (I gallon zip lock 12. Oil Type Sunflowers bags) 13. Corn (I 0 Cobs) Corn Cobs - 10 Cobs (Husked) 14. Corn (Shelled) Silage- I gallon (I gallon zip lock bags) 15. Hay and Silage Hay- 10 pounds (Garbage bag) 16. Miscellaneous Crops (Field Peas, 5) All silage and hay must be in suitable Mustard, etc.) containers for display. 6) Must be competition in LOT before premiums will be paid.