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* Refer to Rule 3 and 13 A, 13 B, & 13 C, Clothing Articles 35. Crocheted Vest or Sweater 79. Candle wicking LOT 36. Crocheted Cape or Shawl 80. Plastic Canvas Woven Article I. Apron 37. Hairpin Lace Article 8 I.Woven Article 2. Hot Pot Holders (Set of Two) 38. Broomstick Lace Article Macram Articles 3. Woman's Suit 39. Other Crocheted Article LOT 4: Pantsuit 40. Crocheted Collars 82. Macram Article 5. Coat 41. Decorative Crocheted Article 83. Other 6. Skirt or Jumper Knitted Articles Quilted Articles 7. Dress,Woven Fabric LOT LOT 8. Dress, Knit Fabric 46. Knitted Afghan 84. Seasonal Quilt 9. Dress,Wool 47. Plain KnitVest or Sweater 85. Holiday Quilt 10. Cocktail or Dinner Attire 48. Pattern Knit Vest or Sweater 86. Baby Quilt I I. Top, Cotton or Synthetic (Solid color) 87. Embroidered Quilt 12.Casual Adult Sportswear 49. Pattern Knit Vest or Sweater 88. Hand Stitched Quilt 13.Child's Sportswear (Two or more colors) 89. Tied Quilt 14.Child's Dress 50. Knitted Cape or Shawl 90. Quilt (Appliqu or Reverse Ap- 15.Child's Top 5 I.Machine Knitted Article pliqu ) 16.Men's/Boy'sWear 52. Other Knitted Article 9 I. Quilt (Piecework) " 17. Garment Sewn With a SpecialtyNeedlework Articles 92. Quilt (Panel) Fabric LOT 93. Quilt (Other types, Biscuit Yo-Yo, 18.Remodeled Garment (With be- 60. Embroidered Pillow Cases(set of Trapunto, etc.) fore and after pictures of item remodeled, two) or Sheets 94. Machine Quilting or paragraph explaining changes made.) 61. Embroidered Tableclothor 95.Paper Pieced Quilt 19.Sleepwear Luncheon Cloth 96. Quilted Table Runner 20. Slacks 62. Embroidered Dresser Scarf or 97. Quilted Wall Hanging 2 I.Jacket or Blazer Vanity Set 98. Quilted Throw 22. Doll Clothes (3 garments per ex- 63. Embroidered DishTowels (Set of 2) 99. Original Design Quilt hibit.) 64. Mounted Embroidered Picture 100.Twin Quilt 23. Sewn Appliqued Sweatshirt 65. Crewel Embroidered Pillows 101.Full Sized Quilt 24. Decorated Sweatshirt 66. Crewel Embroidered Pictures 102.Queen Sized Quilt 25. Sewn Accessory 67. Article using a Scandinavian Em- 103.King Sized Quilt 26. Paint-Stitched Garment broidery Stitch 104. Other Quilted Article 27. Costume 68. HardangerArticle (Under 6") Other Room Accessories 28. Knit Garment 69. Hardanger Article (Over 6") LOT 29. Other 70. Counted Cross Stitch Embroi- 105. Decorative or Sofa Pillow Crocheted Articles dered Article (Under 8") 106. Rug (Hooked or Braided) LOT 7 I. Counted Cross Stitch Embroi- 107. Latch hooked Article 30. Crocheted Doily or Set of Doilies dered Article (8"- 14") 108. Plaster craft (Under 10", display on contrasting solid 72. Counted Cross Stitch Embroi- 109. Ceramics (Small Article or background) dered Article (15" and over) Grouping Under 6" Tall) 3 I. Crocheted Doh /or Set of Doilies 73. Seasonal Counted Cross StitchI I 0. Ceramics (Large Article or (Over 10", display on contrasting solid Embroidered Article Grouping Over 6"Tall) background) 74. Holiday Counted Cross Stitch II I. Holiday Ceramics 32. Crocheted Afghan Embroidered Article I 12. Seasonal Ceramics 33. Afghan (Hairpin, Lace, Broom-75. NeedlepointArticle I 13. Porcelain (Small Article or group stick) 76. Long stitch Article under 6" tall) 34. Crocheted Tablecloth or Bed- 77. Chicken Scratch Article I 14. Porcelain (Large Article or group spread 78. Stamped Cross Stitch Article over 6" tall) I 15. Holiday Porcelain 116. Seasonal Porcelain I 17. China Panted Article Under 6") I 18. China Painted Article Over 6") 119. 120. 121. 122. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 32. 33. 34. 3.5. 36. 37. 38. 39. 140. 141. (Small, (Large, Painted Metal Article Novelty Pictures and Plaques Textile Painted Article Number Painting Wooden Furniture Functional Wooden Article Decorative Wooden Article Seasonal Wooden Article Painted Wooden Article Wooden Article Homemade Toy Leather Craft (One Article) Holiday Decoration Jewelry Stenciled Article Decorated Wreath Stuffed Article (Doll,Animal, etc.) Potted Plants (Green) Potted Plants (Flowers) Potted Plants (Cactus) Dried Floral Arrangements Silk Floral Arrangements Fresh Floral Arrangements Other Miscellaneous LOT 150. 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 W ps, etc. 158. Stamped Item 159. Scrapbook 160. Genealogies, FamilxTrees 16 I. Creative TwistArticle 162. Other Decorative Items Canne Canned Fruit LOT 200. Applesauce 20 I. 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 OO * Refer to Rule 1 6. 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 23 I. Tomatoes,Whole 232. Crushed Tomatoes 233. Other Vegetable Juices LOT 24 I. Tomato Juice 242. Fruit Juice 243. Vegetable Juice Pickles and Relishes LOT 25 I. Beet Pickles 252. Bread and Butter 253. Chunk Pickles Pickles 0 0 IVISiOn 254. Crabapple Pickles 255. Dill Pickles 256. Fruit Pickles 257. Sweet Pickles 258. Other Pickles 259. Relish Miscellaneous LOT 261. Jelly 262. Jam 263. Marmalade 264. Fruit Butters 265. Syrup 267. Homemade Wine (Not made from a Kit) "2613. Hot Sauce 269. Salsa 270. Spaghetti Sauce 271. Mustard 272. Horseradish 273. Other OPEN CROPS ENTERi 3:30-6:00 pm 5) All silage and hay must be in Wednesday, October 22, 2008 suitable containers for display. In order to qualify for the free 6) Must be competition in seed from North Star Co-op the LOT before premiums will be grower must submitsample paid. under his or her name. LOT OPEN CLASS I. Hard Red Spring Wheat I)PREMIUMS OFFERED: (Any approved milling variety) Ist - $10.00 2nd -$8.00 3rd - 2. Amber Durum (Any ap- $5.00 proved milling variety) 2) Exhibitors are not re- 3. Flax (Any variety) stricted toWalsh County address. 4. Barley (Malting variety) Anyone is eligible to exhibit. 5. Barley (Feed variety) 3) 2008 crop production el igi- 6. Oats (Any variety) ble only. 7. Soybeans 4) Only exhibits meeting size 8. Small Seeded Legumes (AI- requirements will be entered, falfa, Sweet clover, Red Clover) Requirements: Small Grains- 9. Pinto and Red Beans 2 gallons; Flax, Legumes and 10.White Edible Beans Grasses-I gallon; Sunflowers- I I I. Non-Oil Sunflowers gallon; Beans and Peas- I gallon; -I 2. Oil Type Sunflowers Corn-lgallon (Shelled) (I gallon 13.Corn (10 Cobs) zip lock bags); Corn Cobs - 10 14. Corn (Shelled) Cobs (Husked); Silage- I gallon (I 15. Hay and Silage gallon zip lock bags); Hay- I 0 16. Miscellaneous Crops (Field pounds (Garbage bag) Peas, Mustard, etc.)