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Table of Contents OfďŹ cers & Directors ........................................................................ 4 Editors Note ..................................................................................... 6 Honorary Director: Bob Pond ....................................................... 7 General Rules .................................................................................. 8 Tractor Pull .....................................................................................10 Dutch Oven Cook-Off ..................................................................10 4-H & FFA Livestock Auction .......................................................11 Schedule of Events ........................................................................12 Youth Dog Show ............................................................................14 Youth Talent Contest .....................................................................15 Livestock Beauty Pageant............................................................16 Special Awards ............................................................................ 17 Harley Freedle Award .................................................................17 Outstanding Club Award .............................................................17 Washington County Fair Scholarship Award ........................................................................18 J.O. & Marie Parker Scholarship .............................................. 19 MISS WASHINGTON COUNTY Fair Pageants ................................................................................ 20 Fair Queen .....................................................................................21 Health Requirements .....................................................................22 Horse Show ....................................................................................24 FFA Exhibits ....................................................................................26 LIVESTOCK (ADULT) Open Rules .....................................................................................27 Dairy Cattle ...................................................................................28 Beef Cattle .....................................................................................29 Sheep ..............................................................................................30 Swine ...............................................................................................31 Poultry .............................................................................................32 Dairy Goats ...................................................................................34 Rabbits ............................................................................................35 LIVESTOCK (JUNIOR) Junior Rules.....................................................................................37 Dairy Cattle ...................................................................................38 Beef Cattle .....................................................................................40 Sheep ..............................................................................................44 Swine ...............................................................................................48 Poultry .............................................................................................51 Meat Goats....................................................................................53 Dairy Goats ...................................................................................55 Rabbits ............................................................................................57

HOME ECONOMICS (ADULT) Open Rules ....................................................................................60 Clothing ...........................................................................................61 Home Furnishing - Quilts ..............................................................63 Household Arts & Needle Arts ...................................................65 Hand Spinning & Weaving ........................................................ 68 Food Preservation .........................................................................69 Food Preparation..........................................................................72 Creative Arts & Crafts .................................................................74 Fine Arts ..........................................................................................76 Photography ..................................................................................77 Educational Club Exhibits ............................................................78 Table Setting ..................................................................................79 HOME ECONOMICS (JUNIOR) Junior Rules.....................................................................................80 Clothing ...........................................................................................81 Home Furnishings ...........................................................................82 Household Art & Needle Arts .....................................................84 Food Preservation .........................................................................86 Food Preparation..........................................................................89 Creative Arts & Crafts .................................................................90 Fine Arts ..........................................................................................93 Photography ..................................................................................95 Hobby & Collectables ................................................................. 95 Educational Club Exhibits ............................................................96 Table Settings ................................................................................98 AGRONOMY (ADULT) Open & Junior Rules .................................................................. 101 Field Crops .................................................................................. 103 Horticulture .................................................................................. 104 Cut Flowers .................................................................................. 106 Potted Plants ............................................................................... 107 Outdoor Art ................................................................................ 107 Flower Arrangements ................................................................ 109 AGRONOMY (JUNIOR) Field Crops .................................................................................. 110 Horticulture .................................................................................. 111 Entomology .................................................................................. 113 Cut Flowers .................................................................................. 114 Potted Plants ............................................................................... 115 Outdoor Art ................................................................................ 115 Flower Arrangements ................................................................ 116 Index of Advertisers ................................................................. 117 Pen of Champions ...................................................................... 118

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Board of Directors OFFICERS

President ........................................... Kendall Pendergraft Vice-President.............................................. Darrell Tunstill Secretary ..........................................Natalie Bartholomew Treasurer.......................................................... Cheryl West

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Board of Directors is composed of 19 members. Membership is designated by the by-laws for 15 elected and 4 appointed members. To vote in the general election in November, you must be 18 years of age and donated eight hours of work that is recorded by an ofďŹ cer for the general upkeep of the fair or have been an exhibitor at the Washington County Fair during the 2013 or 2014 fairs and pay $10 membership dues.

Doug Sullivan Candes Wilson Allen Moore Jerry Moyer Brad Harlow Eric Walker Darrell Tunstill Dale Hill Ralph Moore Gail Dewey

Cheryl West Mary Crumley Kendall Pendergraft Frank Luther Natalie Bartholomew Jennifer Emerson Brad Wright Stephanie Pendergraft Randall Lewis

HONORARY DIRECTORS Pete Braker Dale Killian Joyce Cunningham Barker Adair Joe Rodman Herman Jones Steve Smith Roy Hummel

David Starkey Steve Johnson Bob Pond Doris Cassidy Mike Cassidy Mike Stewart Marilyn Weyl Paul Gayer

Superintendents DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS

Commercial & Outside Exhibits ..............................................Natalie Bartholomew Open Beef Superintendent ....................................................... Bill & Sarah Hamm Junior Beef Superintendent ................................................................ Darrell Tunstill Assistant Junior Beef Superintendent ............................................Jennifer Emerson 4-H & FFA Livestock Auction Chairman............................ Stephanie Pendergraft Horse Superintendent ............................................................................... Cindy Pharr Open Dairy Cattle Superintendent ...................................................... Betty Scates Junior Dairy Cattle Superintendent ............................................... Christy Wieland Assistant Junior Dairy Cattle Superintendent ...................................Randy Spears Open Sheep Superintendents .................................................................. Phil Dewey Junior Sheep Superintendent ................................................................... Phil Dewey Open Swine Superintendent ..................................................................... Brian Kutz Junior Swine Superintendents .................................... Allen Moore & Jerry Moyer Open Poultry Superintendent .............................................................Barbara Lewis Junior Poultry Superintendent ................................................................. Jackie Uher Junior Agronomy Superintendent ...................................................... Mary Crumley Assistant Junior Poultry Superintendent ...................................... Amanda Bromley Open Agronomy Superintendent ...................................................... Mary Crumley Dairy Goats Co-Superintendents.....................Bobby Moseteller & Don HatďŹ eld Meat Goats Superintendent ............................................ Donnie & Brandi Wilhite Assistant Meat Goat Superintendent .......................................................... Dale Hill Rabbit Superintendents ............................................................ John & Kim Robinson Adult Superintendent - Thompson Hall .......................................... Candes Wilson Assistant Superintendent - Thompson Hall................................... Glenda Samuels Youth Superintendent - Youth Exhibit Building ................................... Gail Dewey Assistant Junior Superintendent - Youth Exhibit Building ................ Nancy Luther Agricultural Mechanics Superintendents .............................Jim Frisby & Bill Laney Youth Talent Contest Superintendent ........................................... Johnny Gunsaulis Chairman - Gate Receipts and Finance ............................................. Cheryl West Communications ...................................................................................... Alice Walker Catalog Editor ........................................................................................ Curtis Moore Premium Coordinator ................................................... Shirlean Jewel, Lanny Rice, Linda Sims, Rita Swopes & Kelli Luther Maintenance Superintendent .................................................................... Lanny Rice Dog Superintendent................................................................................. Kim Sullivan Pageant Superintendent ..................... Robyn Ledbetter & Natalie Bartholomew

Washington County Fair Board of Directors & Superintendents pictured at a 1987 meeting with Extension Agent Merle Gross. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Cassidy, Doris Cassidy, Candes Wilson, Kathryn Skelton, Ramona Gordon, Jerry Ashworth, Homer Featherstone, Roy Hummel, Ralph Moore, Herman Jones, Bob Pond SEATED: Tex Foster, Tom Pierson, Merle Gross, Frank Luther, David Starkey, Wilford Thompson

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Editor’s Note R

UNNING a county fair, if you want it

done well, can be a full time job. And it’s no secret that each year many individuals willingly accept this job on a strictly volunteer basis. They spend countless hours throughout the year working to ensure each fair is successful. They do so because they believe in the youth of Washington County and the county fair program.

For over 40 years, Bob Pond served on the board of directors and did his job well. There

Like many of you, I sometimes forget to

are many stories and memories of him that

properly say “Thank You” to these individuals.

we could share with you and hope you enjoy

It’s very easy to say thank you in passing and

the comments from his fellow board members.

forget to follow up with a written note. These

Bob is a true friend and although he’s unable

volunteers most certainly deserve recognition

to spend as much time at the fair as he used

for their efforts, although we know they don’t

to, each year we are still reminded of his

do these deeds for the recognition.

contributions to the fair.

Although the fair does not give a volunteer of

This year, on behalf of the Washington

the year award or have a hall of fame, if you

County Fair Association, we hereby express

were to ask anyone who should receive such

true appreciation to Bob for all of his support

an award, they would most likely list Doris

he has given to the fair. We also wish to thank

Cassidy, Joyce Cunningham, Roy Hummel

his wife, Judy, and their daughter for their

or Wilford Thompson, just to name a few.

support.

All four of these individuals have played a

Curtis Moore

crucial role in the fair’s success and would be excellent candidates. However, some might overlook Mr. Bob Pond, a man who truly was a key factor in making each fair run smoothly for so many years.

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Honorary Director | Bob Pond Bob served as long term member of the Washington County Fair Board. He could tell wonderful stories about he and other Board Members going to Tulsa to preview the “girly”shows for our fair. He represented Ozark Electric when banks and utilities sent employees to help with the fair. When I had a question about the history of the fair, I always checked with Bob. He and David always came when we moved to the fair grounds a week before the fair to assist with anything that needed to be cleaned, painted, or repaired and told us stories of past fairs. He was a faithful midnight madness ticket seller. He fussed at me every year because I kept the gates open to late but he was always there. He was a dedicated, loyal, and fun Board member.

Doris Cassidy, past President Bob was dedicated, willing, responsible and has a great sense of humor. He came early and stayed late at the Fairs. Bob enjoyed seeing the young people grow and mature into responsible young adults. Bob was always there when needed. I say, Thank You, for all you have done for the many Fairs and Participants you were involved with. It was my pleasure to be associated with you.

Joyce Cunningham, past Treasurer

Whenever anyone has a question about the history of the Washington County Fair (WCF), all you had to do was find Bob Pond and he could tell you when, where, how and what happened and Bob was always accurate. Bob always took time from his job to help at the WCF Grounds the week of the fair. Not only did Bob have the knowledge, he was willing to share his knowledge. This made it easier for those facing questions about the fair. Bob knew a lot of business people. This allowed a lot of people to have the opportunity to help exhibitors in different ways. Bob was truly an asset to the fair and is missed. He believed in the county fair system and always supported the programs at the fair.

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GENERAL RULES EXHIBITORS & CONCESSIONAIRES Please Read & Observe 1. Exhibit halls will open at 10:00am on Tuesday, August 26 and the remainder of the fair and will close at 10:00pm each day. 2. Entries will be accepted at the following times: Poultry - Chain/Commercial. ......................4pm - 9pm, Friday, August 22 Swine Open Breeding .................................4pm - 9pm, Friday, August 22 Thompson Hall / Youth Exhibit Building ........................................9am - 5pm, Saturday, August 23 Rabbit ...................................................Prior to 12pm, Saturday, August 23 Horse...................................................................... 9am, Saturday, August 23 Poultry........................................................... 4pm - 8pm, Sunday, August 24 Food Preparation ................................ 8am - 12noon, Monday, August 25 Cut Flowers, potted plants & flower arrangements .................................9am - 7pm, Monday, August 25 Horticulture, Field Crops & Entomology. ...........................................9am - 7pm, Monday, August 25 Dairy Cattle..................................................... by 5pm, Monday, August 25 Sheep..........................................................by 5:30 pm, Monday, August 25 Junior Swine......................................... by 12:00 noon, Tuesday, August 26 Livestock (exception: Open Beef) ......by12:00 noon, Tuesday, August 26 Open Beef ......................................... by 12:00 noon, Thursday, August 28 3. Washington County Fair Early Release Schedule At 7:00 PM: The swine barn will release 1/2 of their barn. The swine superintendents will coordinate this release. The decision of who and when will be left up to the superintendent. The people who have to stay will be given first opportunity next year for early release. At 8:00 PM: The dairy barn will be released through Porter Road exit. The poultry and rabbit barn will be released exiting through the livestock gate. At 9:00 PM: The sheep and goats will be released exiting through the Porter Road exit. The beef barn will be released through the livestock gate. At 10:00 PM: The remainder of the swine barn and any remaining animals will be released. If a family has multiple species, they will not be allowed to remove their livestock at any other times other than those listed above. Example: If your pigs are released at 7:00, you will not be allowed to load your beef cattle until 9:00. Release of livestock WILL 8

ONLY occur during times set above! Every barn is given 50 minutes of release time. If you do not make your release in that 50 minute window, you will be released at 10:00pm. Next year the dairy and sheep/goats will switch times. Beef, poultry/rabbits, and swine will keep the same release times. No checks picked up until 10pm Saturday evening. 4. All exhibits must be entered in the name of the grower, maker, or owner. Social security or similar number must be provided by the exhibitor for record keeping and premium checks. The Fair Board reserves the right to reject any exhibit before or after entry. Exhibitors must be a resident of Washington County or a 4-H , FFA, FCCLA, or EHC member enrolled in a club or chapter in the county. The Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission rules prohibits an exhibitor from showing in more than one county fair each year. 5. No person can act as judge of a class in which he or she is an exhibitor. 6. No premium will be awarded on items not listed in the catalog nor on unworthy exhibits as determined by the judges. Such exhibits may be removed by the fair management. Where there is no competition, the judges will determine the placing of an exhibit based on quality. 7. PREMIUM CHECKS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED STARTING AT 10:00pm August 30 AND 2:00pm, August 31. CHECKS WILL only BE MAILED IF A STAMPED, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE IS LEFT WITH THE FAIR OFFICE. 8. The decision of the judges in awarding premiums is final. 9. Each concessionaire and exhibitor must confine themselves to the assigned space. All exhibits will be under the control and supervision of the fair management, including the right to control signs and arrangements of exhibits. 10. Exhibits shall be entered through the superintendent or committees in charge of each department. Claim tickets must be returned before exhibits


can be removed. 11. In no event shall the Fair Association officers, directors, or members be held responsible for any loss or damage to the property or person of exhibitors or other people while on the Fairgrounds whether loss or damage arose from accident or any cause whatever. All diligence will be used by the officials but they shall not be responsible for any loss or mishap that may occur. 12. All contracts must be in writing. The price named in the contract is for immediate acceptance and unless a signed copy of the contract is delivered to the secretary at the time required therein and accompanied by the specified deposit it shall be subject to cancellation without further notice. Verbal agreements or amendments to contracts will not be recognized. 13. The Fair Association reserves the right to cancel all contracts by public notice should an act of providence, such as a flood, storm, pestilence, or any outbreak of war or rioting prevent holding the fair. 14. Premiums will be paid by check. 15. All exhibits remaining on the fairgrounds after August 31 will become property of the Fair Association to be disposed of as it sees fit. 16. All rules and regulations published in the catalog are automatically made a part of all contracts with the fair. 17. Failure of concessionaires or exhibitors to comply with the General Department rules published in this catalog shall be subject to forfeiture of premiums and/or contract cancellation without reimbursement. 18. During the fair, stock trailers shall be parked outside the east fence in the designated area. No trailers will be parked inside the fairground gates. All trailers left will be towed.

19. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS SHALL BE MET FOR ALL LIVESTOCK TO BE ENTERED IN THE FAIR. All livestock shall enter through the livestock Gate No. 2 at the assigned time. 20. Handicapped Parking is available for individuals whose vehicle displays the official tag symbol. Entrance will be through Gate No 2. Admission price will be charged for all but the handicapped individual. 21. Livestock, Poultry and Rabbit exhibitors must pre-register their exhibits by mailing entry form to Livestock Entries: 2537 North McConnell Avenue, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72704 postmarked by August 1. Pre-registration will enhance getting premium checks out in a timely manner. The form is located online at www.mywashingtoncountyfair.com. 22. Commercial exhibit spaces are available on a first come-first served basis and may be reserved by contacting Natalie Bartholomew at 957-3531 or email nataliebartholomew@fnbrogers.com. Spaces are approximately l0' x l0' and no tables or chairs are provided. Rental fee is $200.00 with $50.00 refunded for inside exhibits if exhibit remains in place until 10:00pm on Saturday, August 30. Booth space may be reserved this year for the next year by a deposit of $50.00. Outside rental space is available. 23. All protest must be in writing plainly stating the cause or complaint or appeal and accompanied by $100.00. Protest must be delivered to the management of the Washington County Fair within one (1) hour of the occasion for such protest. Judging procedures will not be interrupted for protest investigation and depending on the basis of the protest, a decision may be withheld until a thorough investigation is completed. No protest of appeal based upon the statement that the judge is incompetent will be considered by the management. All questions in dispute or difference not covered by these rules will be referred to the management whose decision will be final.

FAIR PASS INFORMATION

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The Washington County Fair is one of the few fairs that does not charge for exhibits or exhibitor passes. This is a tradition the Washington County Fair Board would like to continue and we ask for your understanding and cooperation. Livestock exhibitor passes will be provided to each exhibitor in the following Open and Junior Divisions: Beef, Dairy, Sheep, Swine, Dairy Goats and Meat Goats Each exhibitor 16 years and older with a valid drivers license will receive ONE CAR DECAL.

Beef

Each exhibitor under 16 years old will receive ONE CAR DECAL and ONE WORKER PASS. Each exhibitors will then be allowed to purchase a maximum of 4 worker passes for $5 each. Additional Worker passes can be will be offered to exhibitors or the public for $15 each.

Commercial Exhibits

Fairgrounds

NO PARKING PARKING

NO ADDITIONAL VEHICLE PASSES WILL BE SOLD! NO EXCEPTIONS. Vehicle passes MUST be permanently affixed to the vehicle windshield and CANNOT be shared. IF NO AVAILABLE PARKING SPOTS, MUST PARK OUTSIDE GATE. 9


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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS MONDAY, AUGUST 25

FRIDAY, AUGUST. 22 4:00-9:00pm

SWINE BARN POULTRY BARN

Open and Junior Breeding Swine entered

8:00am - 9:00pm

Chain/Commercial entered Junior Poultry (broilers, turkeys, leghorns, & golden sex links)

6:00pm - 10:00pm

SATURDAY, AUGUST. 23 9:00am-5:00pm THOMPSON HALL

8:00am 9:00am

POULTRY BARN LIVESTOCK ARENA

LIVESTOCK BARNS

THOMPSON HALL

CONTINUED.... Open and Junior Livestock entries accepted Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

8:00am - 9:00pm POULTRY BARN

Entries will be accepted in Clothing, Home Furnishings, Household Arts & Needle Arts, Food Preservation, & Creative Arts/Crafts, Fine Arts, and Photography for Adults and Juniors. Club Educational Booths will be set up. Table setting entries will be set up. Poultry judging (broilers, turkeys, leghorns, & golden sex links)

By 5:30 pm SHEEP BARN 5:30pm 6:00pm 7:00pm

DAIRY BARN

Poultry (Bantams & Standards) entries accepted Jr. Market Lamb Entries Exhibitor’s Meal & Meeting Weighing of Market Lambs Weighing of Meat Goats

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26

Gospel Night

8:00am - 12noon LIVESTOCK BARNS

Breeding Hog Show

Open and Junior Livestock entries accepted

10:00am

U OF A PAULINE WHITAKER ARENA

11:00am-1:00 pm LIVESTOCK ARENA

THOMPSON HALL

9:00am

POULTRY BUILDING

Junior Poultry (Bantams & Standards) judging

9:30am

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Dairy Cattle Judging

10:00am

FAIRGROUNDS

2012 WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR EXHIBITS OFFICIALLY OPEN

12noon

SHEEP BARN

Junior Livestock entries in place

1:00pm

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Judging of Breeding Sheep

2:00pm

LIVESTOCK BARN

Meat Goat Judging

Rabbit Show

Entries will be accepted ONLY in Food Preparation for Adults and Juniors

JUDGING IN THOMPSON HALL/CULTURE ARTS

(Building closed to public except to enter Food Preparation entries; go directly to Food Preparation department and leave building as soon as entries completed.) 9:00am - 7:00pm Open & Junior Agronomy judging THOMPSON HALL 12

Junior & Open Agronomy judging (Closed until judging is complete)

Washington County Horse Show

MONDAY, AUGUST 25 8:00am-12:00 noon

HORTICULTURE HALL


CONTINUED....

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26

JUDGING IN THOMPSON HALL/CULTURE ARTS Building closed to the public until 12:00pm 2:00- 4:00pm LIVESTOCK BARN Weighing of Market Hogs

6:00pm

OPEN STAGE

Gospel Night

6:00pm

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Market Lambs and Showmanship

LIVESTOCK BARN

Weighing Market Steers & Commercial Heifers

THOMPSON HALL

Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

6:00 - 10:00pm

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27

Livestock Show Day

(School day students admitted free thru 3pm) 8:00am Hog Show LIVESTOCK ARENA

8:30am 10:00am

SHEEP/GOAT BARN

Dairy Goat Judging (Junior & Open)

FAIRGROUNDS

Gates Open

10:00am-1:00 pm THOMPSON HALL

Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

10:00am - 2:00pm 4:00pm

THOMPSON HALL

Fleece to Fashion

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Commercial Heifers, Breeding Beef Judging followed by Market Steer Judging, Junior

6:00pm - 10:00pm

FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 10:00am 5:00pm

12:00noon

LIVESTOCK BARN

6:00pm - 10:00pm THOMPSON HALL

Open Beef Livestock Entries in Place Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

5:00-6:30pm OPEN STAGE

Livestock Buyers Dinner - open to Exhibitors and buyers partici pants of Washington County Fair at $5.00/plate

6:30pm

4-H & FFA Livestock Auction

LIVESTOCK ARENA

LIVESTOCK ARENA

All Jr. Exhibitors Award Picnic

Lawnmower Pull

THOMPSON HALL

Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

6:30pm

SHEEP BARN

Ladies and Gents Lead

7:00pm

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Livestock Beauty Pageant

Midnight - 3:00am

MIDWAY

MIDNIGHT MADNESS

SATURDAY, AUGUST 30 9:00am

FAIRGROUNDS

GATES OPEN

9:00am

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Youth Dog Show

10:00am

Pen of Champions Pictures

10:00am - 2:00pm FRONT GATE

Dutch Oven Cook-Off

10:00am - 8:00pm

6:00pm

(Must be 62 or older for free admission) 10:00am Gates Open FAIRGROUNDS

Open Beef Show

6:00pm - 10:00pm

ALL SUPERINTENDENTS MUST MEET IN THE FAIR OFFICE AT 9:00PM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 TO FINALIZE SALE ORDER.

SENIOR CITIZEN DAY 10 am-5 pm

LIVESTOCK ARENA

RIDING ARENA

12:00pm

THURSDAY, AUGUST 28

Gates Open

5:30pm - 7:30pm

Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit NOTE: ALL SALE ORDERS MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE FAIR OFFICE NO LATER THAN 9:00PM, WEDNESDAY FOR THE SALE THURSDAY! THOMPSON HALL

FAIRGROUNDS

THOMPSON HALL

Washington County Farm Bureau Women Committee Fun on the Farm Exhibit

LIVESTOCK ARENA

Junior Beef Showmanship followed by Grooming Competition

11:00pm - 5:00pm RIDING ARENA OUTSIDE STAGE

TBA

Tractor Pull Youth Talent Contest Mutton Bustin

RIDING ARENA

7:00pm

Bull Buck Out

7:00pm - 10:00pm

Release Exhibits

SUNDAY, AUGUST 31 2:00-4:00pm | Thompson Hall/Cultural Arts/Horticulture Hall released

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YOUTH DOG SHOW SUPERINTENDENTS — KIM SULLIVAN SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 9 AM

RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No pre-registration is required. Registration will be prior to show from 8:30am to 9:00am. Any dog that is unhealthy, unsafe or out of control, will be excused from the building and/or fair grounds. The WCFB, Superintendents, nor Show Committee will not be responsible for accidents to individuals or to the dog. No pinch collars or electronic devices will be allowed on the dogs. No Dogs Allowed in Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep or Goat Barns!

CLASSES: CONFORMATION: Purebreds shown by breed (registration not necessary). Mix-breeds (dogs of mixed ancestry). Sexes will be shown separately. JUNIOR HANDLING: Both purebred and mix-breeds can be shown together in these classes. The handler is judged – not the dog. AGES: 5 – 13 Junior Novice, 14 – 19 Senior Novice OBEDIENCE: Sub-novice (all work done on lead) Both purebred and mix-breed eligible AGES: 5 – 13 Junior Novice, 14 – 19 Senior Novice

TROPHIES WILL BE PROVIDED AS FOLLOWS: Pure Bred

Winner – Male Winner – Female Winner – Best in Show

Trophy Trophy Trophy and $25.00

Mixed Breed

Winner – Male Winner – Female Winner – Best in Show

Trophy Trophy Trophy and $25.00

Junior Handling - Best Junior Handler – Trophy and $25.00 Obedience- High Scoring Dog – Trophy and $25.00 Owner Look-a-Like Contest | “My Hero” Rescue Dog Award Ribbons & $200 in prize money are provided by the Washington County Fair Sponsored by Southwest Pet Hospital

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YOUTH TALENT CONTEST SUPERINTENDENT — JOHNNY GUNSAULIS

6:00 PM, AUGUST 30 | LIVESTOCK ARENA

The Washington County Fair will sponsor a youth (ages 1020) talent contest with cash awards of $100, $75, and $50 presented by the fair to the top overall winners.

Contestants must pre-register on the official entry form, available from the Washington County Extension Office (2536 McConnell Road, Fayetteville 72704) or from the Farm Bureau office on Wedington Road, 442-4266. Rules, categories, and other details are attached to the entry forms. Questions should be directed to the Extension Office at 4441755. Return forms to the Extension Office. Contest is limited to the first 25 or less entries received by Thursday, August 28, 4:30pm. No Piano available, only keyboard.

In addition, the top-scoring act in each of the six categories will be sanctioned as the official representatives of Washington County for participation in the Arkansas State Fair Youth Talent Contest, provided that the residency requirements and other rules for that contest are met.

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LIVESTOCK BEAUTY PAGEANT SUPERINTENDENT — ASHLEY SWAFFER ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT— CHRISTY WEILAND

7:00 PM, AUGUST 29 LIVESTOCK ARENA

EXHIBITORS - Get out your best attire for your animals and dress them up for the Purtiest Animal Contest at the Washington County Fair. Imagine what a thrill they will feel to be part of the pageantry that unfolds in the Livestock Arena at 7:00pm, Friday, August 29, 2014. The lucky beauties of each division (Dairy, Beef, Swine, Sheep, Dairy Goat, and Meat Goat) who wins their division will go on to win the coveted title of “ Miss Livestock 2013” and $50 from Washington County Fair!!! Each division winner will receive $10 and a blue ribbon from Washington County Fair, second place will receive $7 and a red ribbon, and third place will receive $5 and a white ribbon. JUDGING WILL BE BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: 1. Beauty of the animal 2. Gracefulness of the animal 3. Coordination of the outfit

4. Ability of Exhibitor 5. Reaction of Audience DECISION OF THE JUDGE WILL BE FINAL BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

Best Wishes to all Washington County 4-H Exhibitors!!!

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Washington County 4-H Parent & Adult Leaders proudly support 4-H Members


SPECIAL AWARDS 5:00 PM, AUGUST 29 LIVESTOCK ARENA These awards are sponsored by the Washington County Fair Association to create interest among the youth of Washington County to enter educational exhibits in the fair. Recipients should be present to claim award.

HARLEY FREEDLE OUTSTANDING EXHIBITOR AWARD

This award will be presented to the junior exhibitor (less than 19 years of age) who accumulates the largest total of points, earned in a minimum of five different divisions. Points earned will be equal to premium dollars earned. Interested exhibitors must complete the application found online at www.mywashingtoncountyfair.com, and return it to the fair office by 6:00PM, Tuesday, August 26. Engraved silver trays will be presented to the first, second and third place award winners.

OUTSTANDING CLUB AWARD

This competition is open to 4-H, FFA and Skills USA Clubs (once club per school). To be eligible, a club must have members competing in at least 10 of the 18 divisions AA to RR. The awards are based on the largest total points accumulated by club members and club exhibits. One points earned will be equal to the premium dollars earned by the members and club exhibits. Club leaders or advisors should complete the application found online at www.mywashingtoncountyfair.com, and submit it to the fair office by 6:00pm, Tuesday, August 26.

336 Henri De Toni Springdale, AR 72762

Phone: 479-361-1148 Fax: 479-361-5788

Chuck’s Paint Service is a construction contracting company with divisions offering professional paint, drywall, and insulation

FREE ESTIMATES

All members must be listed on application. Exhibitor must choose 1 club.

Awards will be: 1st place - $100.00 2nd place - $75.00 3rd place - $50.00

336 Henri De Toni Springdale, AR 72762

Phone: 479-361-9556 Fax: 479-5788

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WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR SCHOLARSHIP $500 scholarships will be given by the Washington County Fair Board to qualified 4-H, FFA, or FCCLA member. The winner will be announced at 5:00 pm, August 29 at the awards program in the Livestock Arena. The recipient should be present to claim the award. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. Must be a high school senior or college freshman planning to attend a school of higher education. Applicant may attend a 2 or 4 year school – (Technical Trade School, Nursing School, Cosmetology, or other schools). 2. Must have exhibited at least three years at the Washington County Fair. 3. Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5, complete the application ( can be printed online at www. mywashingtoncountyfair.com or picked up at Extension office) and submit it with a copy of high school transcript by August 1 to: Cheryl West 14780 West WC 3625, Prairie Grove, AR 72753

Must participate in an interview with selection committee. (Applicant will be notified of time & place for interview). Cannot win scholarship more than once. The selection committee will be appointed by the Fair Board. The following point system will help determine scholarship winners. 5 pts. Each yr. Exhibited at WCF. (Max 40 pts.) 5 pt. Each year GPA is above 3.0 (9 - 12 grades) 0 - 20 pts. Financial need (taking into consideration scholarships already received) 1 pts Each division exhibited in at WCF (up to 20) One-half of the scholarship ($250) will be paid at the end of the first semester and one-half at the end of the second semester upon the Fair Board receiving a transcript showing the recipient had maintained a 2.5 GPA for the semester. Request for scholarship money must be made to Fair Board, attn: Cheryl West, no later than the end of their freshman year.

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J.O. & MARIE PARKER SCHOLARSHIP 1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

Applicant must have been a member of Washington County 4-H or FFA member at the time of High School Graduation. Applicant must have exhibited beef cattle at the Washington County Fair in the junior department for a minimum of 3 years. Applicant must show proof of entrance into an Arkansas School of higher education. Applicant may be attending a 2 year school, Technical Trade School, Nursing School, Cosmetology or other school. Applicant does not have to be enrolled in 4 year college. Applicant can not apply for this scholarship before high school graduation and after the fall semester of their junior year at an approved school. (see #3) Applicant must have at least a 2.0 grade point average in the last semester before applying for this scholarship.

If more than one applicant has met all the qualifications, the following point system shall help determine the scholarship winner or winners. 1. The base of need will be given the most amount of consideration. (Parent tax return or financial statement may be requested) A list of other scholarships the student has received will need to be provided. A maximum of 50 points will be given to the most need worthy applicant. 2. If the applicant is pursuing a degree in the field of Agriculture at the University of Arkansas, applicant can receive 15 points. If their field of study is Animal Science or related Animal Husbandry field applicant will receive an additional 10 points. 3. If the applicant has shown Hereford influenced cattle 2 of the 3 years needed to meet the qualifications applicant will receive an additional 10 points. 4. If the applicant has been on a livestock judging team while either in college or on a high school level they will receive 5 points.

selected by the Jerry Moyer family and will be required to meet the approval of the Washington County Fair Board. The winner shall be announced during the Supreme Heifer Drive of the junior show at the Washington County Fair. The Washington County Fair will distribute the funds payable to the recipient, one half at the beginning of the fall semester and the remaining half in January at the beginning of the spring semester. Applicant must complete the Washington County Fair Scholarship application. The application and required information must be turned in to the Washington County Extension office by August 1st. The following paperwork must accompany the application: 1. Transcript that includes last semester of school grade point average. 2. Proof of enrollment in an approved school with that schools address included. 3. A list of other scholarships the student has received. 4. A financial statement may be requested by the committee. The selection committee will determine the number of scholarships and amount (minimum $500) for each scholarship in any given year.

The J.O. and Marie Parker Scholarship will be given under the direction of the Washington County Fair Board and the Selection Committee, consisting of 1) The current president of the Ozark Cattleman’s Association or a representative thereof. 2) A representative of Farmers Co-op. 3) A member of the Eddie Kinzer family. 4) Ralph & Reba Moore. The only exception would be if an immediate family member of one or more persons on the selection committee has applied, then the remaining appointed committee members will choose the winner. If a committee member needs to be replaced for any reason, the new committee member will be 19


2014 WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT TITLE

AGE DIVISION

WCF Tiny Miss WCF Toddler Miss WCF Little Miss WCF Junior Miss Miss WCF Pre-Teen

0-2 years 3-4 years 5-6 years 7-9 years 10-12 years

1.

All registrations should be completed and mailed to: Robyn Ledbetter 2459 Robin Rd Fayetteville, AR 72703 or email to rsledbetter@gmail.com by August 24th. Each registration must be accompanied by a $25.00 entry fee. First in with paperwork will be last out in line up. Get your entry fees in early to ensure your child’s spot in lineup. Entry Forms are available at the Miss Heart of the Ozarks Website www.heartoftheozarks.weebly.com or you can request forms by emailing rsledbetter@gmail.com

2.

The pageant will be held at Prairie Grove High School and will begin at 3:00 pm starting with Babies; other age groups will follow as outlined above. Contestants need to sign in at registration table between 2:00-2:45 p.m. (Table will be located near the stage) .

3.

Dressing room space will be limited. Contestants are encouraged to come dressed and ready to model. Contestants will only need one outfit for this competition. Babies and children up to age 9 may wear Play Wear, Sunday Dress or Casual Dressy. Girls age 10 and up may wear pageant dresses or gowns; may be long or short.

4.

Each contestant must be a bona fide resident of Washington County.

5.

There will be chaperones to assist behind stage. Parents may go on stage with children who cannot or do not want to go alone.

6.

THERE WILL NOT BE ANY ON STAGE QUESTIONS.

7.

There will not be a rehearsal, but contestants may come early to practice. Modeling will be a standard “T” pattern.

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2014 MISS & TEENWASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR QUEEN 1.

All entry Forms & Fact Sheets should be completed and mailed to: Robyn Ledbetter 2459 Robin Rd Fayetteville, AR 72703 or email to rsledbetter@yahoo.com By August 19. If you are unable to complete by August 19 please call Robyn Ledbetter (479) 409-0161, to make other arrangements. 2. Entry Fee: Each registration must be accompanied by a $50.00 entry fee. Entry forms & Fact Sheets are available on-line at the Miss Heart of the Ozarks Website www.heartoftheozarks. weebly.com and can be emailed to: rsledbetter@gmail. com Check will need to be sent via mail, no online payment available. Checks should be made out to Miss Heart of the Ozarks Scholarship Association. 3. Contest will be held, Saturday, August 23 at Prairie Grove High School, at 3:00 pm starting with Babies; other age groups will follow as outlined above. 4. A rehearsal for teen and miss contestants will be held before pageant day. Location and time TBA. 5. Contest is divided up into two sections. The interviews will be held Saturday, August 23 at Prairie Grove High School. Both teen and miss contestants will be notified via email on an interview time. The remainder of the contest will be held, that afternoon, August 23, 2014. Girls are to come dressed for interview. 6. Pictures are not required. 7. A contestant must be a female ages (Teen) 13-16 & (Miss) 17-21 years who are a resident of Washington County. She cannot be or at any time have been married or have had children. She must have always been female, and have not had any criminal record. A contestant must compete in and win the Fair Queen Contest sanctioned by the County Fair that is held in the county where she resides or attends school. Contestants must either legally reside or attend school (academic, not dance, etc.) in that county for one full semester immediately preceding that county’s contest. In the event a contestant whose parents are divorced and live in separate counties, and has been court ordered to reside jointly with both parents, she can only compete in one of the two counties in which her parents reside. 8. The teen winner will represent Washington County in sportswear, evening gown and interview at the Arkansas State Fair, Little Rock, in October. 9. The miss winners will represent Washington County in a one-piece swimsuit, evening gown and interview at the Arkansas State Fair, Little Rock, in October. 10. The newly crowned Miss& Teen Washington County will serve as fair ambassadors during the week of the county fair and must be available to make appearances per request of the fair board. 11. Dressing Rooms will be provided for all teen and miss contestants, but it is encouraged to bring hanging racks and

mirrors. 12. Teen Contestants must compete in Interview, On-Stage Question, Fitness Wear and Evening Gown Competitions. Miss Contestants must compete in Interview, On-Stage Question, Swimsuit and Evening Gown Competitions • PRIVATE INTERVIEW COMPETITION: Street dress or suit. • Teen Sportswear Competition: Sports attire representing a favorite athletic – type sport such as baseball, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, golf, dance, etc. or any outdoor sports such as hunting, fishing, horseback riding, etc. Judging is based on choice of sport, originality of attire and on-stage modeling. Props are acceptable, but must be carried only. They cannot be used to demonstrate their choice of sports during the on-stage modeling. • MISS SWIMSUIT COMPETITION: A one-piece swimsuit. • EVENING GOWN & ON-STAGE QUESTION COMPETITION: Formal attire, you will be asked a question on stage QUESTIONS: ROBYN LEDBETTER (479) 409-0161 OR RSLEDBETTER@GMAIL.COM

TEEN 13-16

MISS 17-21

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NO ANIMAL WILL BE ALLOWED ON GROUNDS WITHOUT HEALTH PAPERS THAT MEET THE STANDARDS OUTLINED BY THE ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY COMMISSION. TEST RECORD NOT ACCEPTED

EXHIBITION HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FROM ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK & POULTRY COMMISSION Effective: January 3, 2011

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Certificates of Veterinary Inspection and Entry Permits – “Certificate of Veterinary Inspection” refers to legible record (made on an official form issued from the state of origin by an accredited veterinarian, which shows that the animals listed thereon meet the health requirements of the state of destination. It must bear the identification of each animal and separate certificates must be made for each species of animal entered. Entry permits are required on all swine, and on cattle (steers exempt ) from Class B and C states only. Permit numbers can be obtained from the State Veterinarian’s office (501-907-2258) from 8-4:30, Monday through Friday. A certificate of veterinary inspection issued within 30 days of the exhibition must accompany all out-of-state animals; and (a) Must be available on request by animal health officials. (b) Individually identify all animals, showing positive identification of each animal by tattoo, ear tag, registration number or ear notch. Steers should be identified by description. (c) Show required tests and/or vaccination. (d) Show name and address of owner or exhibitor - this shall be the same name as under which animals are exhibited. 2. Any animal or poultry showing any evidence of infections or contagious disease, or of external parasitism, and animals with active ringworm lesions (with the resulting loss of hair), multiple warts easily visible without close examination, or atrophic rhinitis, will not be permitted to exhibit. 3. All animals entering the grounds, including those shown in pet zoos, children’s barnyard animals, Old McDonald Farms, etc. must meet requirements of their particular species. 4. All animals originating out of areas quarantined because of other diseases (vesicular stomatitis, scabies, etc.) shall not be permitted to enter the State. ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK County, JR. District, District, and State Fair Level, & Other Shows 1. All animals entering the grounds, including those showing in pet zoo’s, children’s barnyard animals, Old McDonald Farms, etc. must meet the requirements of their particular species. 2. Arkansas livestock (except for Arkansas sheep, goats, horses, steers, and rabbits) must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within 90 days prior to exhibition, showing the following:

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CATTLE 1. Negative brucellosis test within 90 days prior to exhibition, for females and bulls 18 months of age and over. All heifers that have calved or are bred must be tested. Animals originating from a Certified Brucellosis Free Herd and Certified Free Herd number is shown on certificate are exempt. If Arkansas is a Class Free State, Arkansas cattle are exempt from testing. 2. All heifers that are 4-12 months of age shall be vaccinated before entering show. 3. Heifers that were born on or after January 1, 1985 that are over 12 months of age and not official calfhood vaccinates will not be allowed to show (unless from certified free herd.) 4. All rodeo stock exhibited at a rodeo in Arkansas must meet the out of state requirements for brucellosis and tuberculosis for twelve (12) month and older bulls, roping and dogging steers, and heifers even if the rodeo stock originates from Arkansas. Tie down roping calves are exempt from the tuberculosis testing requirements. The exception is a CVI within the state is good for ninety (90) days instead of thirty (30) days. SWINE 1. As of July 1, 2001, all swine must have an official premise identification. 2. Animals 6 months old or older to be tested negative for brucellosis within 90 days of exhibition or originating out of Validated Herd, with validation number and date of last herd test shown on certificate (barrows exempt from brucellosis testing, but must be pseudorabies tested). 3. Animals to be tested negative for pseudorabies regardless of age within 90 days of the exhibition on a test approved by the state veterinarian or originate directly out of a Qualified Pseudorabies Free Herd, with Qualified Herd number and date of last test shown on certificate. 4. Free of other contagious, infectious, and communicable diseases (erysipelas, atrophic rhinitis, etc.); otherwise they will not be allowed to show and will be released from fairgrounds. ARKANSAS SHOW SWINE EXHIBITORS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IT IS THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TO OBTAIN A VALID INTERSTATE CERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION (ICVI) AND A PERMIT TO IMPORT SWINE INTO ARKANSAS. NO ONE WANTS TO BE THE ONE RESPONSIBLE FOR BRINGING A DISEASE INTO ARKASAS CAUSING GREAT FINANCIAL HARM.


SHEEP & GOATS Any sheep or goat showing clinical symptoms of scrapie shall be immediately quarantined in isolation and required to undergo any approved diagnostic tests and shall be consigned to slaughter or destruction with submission of tissues to an approved diagnostic laboratory at the exhibitor’s expense. Commingling (as defined by Arkansas Scrapie Regulation) of sheep or goats of different flock status as defined by the Voluntary Flock Certification Program (VFCP) is prohibited and must be reported to the VFCP state official and State Veterinarian. No sheep or goats showing symptoms of disease, particularly foot rot, sore mouth, sheep pox, evidence of fungal infection, evidence of abscesses or with draining abscesses will be allowed to show and may be released by fair officials, veterinarians, or state-federal personnel. SHEEP All sheep must be tagged with Scrapie Identification Tag upon arrival on the fairgrounds. If your sheep are from a Certified Scrapie Free Herd advise Superintendent to be penned accordingly. Sheep will be inspected on grounds. No sheep showing symptoms of foot-rot or wool fungus will be allowed to be penned or shown. DAIRY GOATS All registered goats entering fairgrounds must be accompanied by a registration certificate (in exhibitors name) with matching permanent identification. All unregistered goats must be tagged with Scrapie Identification Tag upon arrival on the fairgrounds. If your goats are from a Certified Scrapie Free Herd advise Superintendent to be penned accordingly. Health certificates will not be required, but goats may be examined on the grounds by fair personnel, veterinarians or state-federal personnel. Goats showing evidence of disease may be released.

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RABBITS Rabbits will be inspected on grounds. No rabbits showing symptoms of disease will be allowes to show. POULTRY An official representing the exhibition shall notify the state veterinarian no later than thirty (30) days prior to the exhibition giving names, place, inclusive dates and time of the event. The requirements are as follows: 1. All in-state poultry, which includes domesticated game birds, quail, pheasants, peafowl, guineas, and turkeys, present an exhibition in Arkansas have originated from U.S. Pullorum-Typhoid Clean or equivalent flocks or have a negative pullorum-typhoid test with-in ninety (90) days of the movement to the exhibition (pullorumtyphoid testing on fairgrounds during the fair is prohibited). This information will be documented on a NPIP Form VS 9-3, 90 Day Certificate, NPIP Flock Certification Form or similar certificate which will accompany the poultry during exhibition. 2. All non-certified birds must be banded (leg or wing band), with a sealed band. Wrap-around plastic bands are not acceptable. In-state waterfowl are exempt from pullorum-typhoid requirements. 3. Any poultry showing evidence of infectious or contagious disease or insect infestation will not be permitted to exhibit. 4. Record Keeping - The sponsor of the exhibition shall compile a list of all poultry present at the exhibition. This list shall contain the name and address of each owner, the number, the species, breed, variety, type, sex and pullorum-typhoid status of all poultry present. A copy of this shall be retained by the sponsor of the exhibition for at least twelve (12) months. HORSES Negative EIA test required within past twelve months for all animals over 6 months of age. Nursing foals under 6 months of age are exempt from testing if accompanied by negative tested dams. Photocopies of the test papers will not be accepted; carbon copies are acceptable. A person who is certified must check papers.

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HORSE SHOW SUPERINTENDENT—CINDY PHARR

AUGUST 23, 2014

pharrsha@pgtc.com

GENERAL RULES 1.

Open to Washington County residents only; open to horses of all breeds, registered and grade. (Exception: 4-H Members who live outside of Washington County may show if they do not compete in any other county fair horse show.) 2. No entry fees will be charged. 3. Premium checks will be mailed to exhibitors after the conclusion of the fair. Exhibitors must leave a selfaddressed, stamped envelope the day of the horse show to have their checks mailed. Failure to follow this procedure will result in loss of premium money. NO EXCEPTIONS! 4. Registration for the show opens at 9:00 a.m. Halter entries must be received by 9:30 a.m. 5. Exhibitor Social Security numbers will be required for the State Fair Board in order to receive money payback. 6. Horses will be judged by breed rules. 7. English Pleasure classes may be ridden hunt seat or saddle seat. 8. In Equitation classes, the rider is to be judged. Pattern and/ or rail work will be at the judge’s discretion in the Equitation classes requiring a canter; rail work only in 10 & Under Walk Trot Equitation classes. 9. Proper attire per breed standards is requested. 10. Juvenile age is 18 & Under as of January 1, 2014. 11. Negative Coggins test required within past twelve months for all animals over 6 months old. Photocopies will not be accepted; VS 10-11 carbon copies or the official EIA Test Card are acceptable.

PRESENTED BY WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU

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AWARDS: 1. Ribbons will be awarded for 1st through 6th place in all regular classes. In addition, premium money will be offered as follows: 1st - $12; 2nd - $10; 3rd $8; 4th - $6; 5th - $4; 6th - $2. 2. Championship classes will also be awarded Grand Champion and Reserve Champion rosettes and trophies. 3. The winner of the Senior Western Pleasure Championship class will have their name engraved on a perpetual memorial plaque donated on behalf of the late Eileen Grigg. TROPHY SPONSORS: EVERYTHING HORSE AND HOUND - FAYETTEVILLE EQUESTRIAN CONNECTION - ROGERS YOUNG RIDERS 4-H CLUB - WASHINGTON COUNTY MANY THANKS TO OUR ARENA SPONSOR: WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BUREAU CONCESSIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE LOBBY AREA


OPEN BREED HORSE SHOW SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 2014— 10 AM UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS PAULINE WHITAKER ARENA 1. Liberty Horses - Open 2. Miniature Mares 3. Open Halter – Mares 4. Miniature Geldings 5. Open Halter – Geldings 6. Miniature Stallions 7. Open Halter – Stallions 8. Miniature Halter Championship (1st & 2nd place from classes 2, 4, 6) 9. Open Halter Championship (1st & 2nd place from classes 3, 5, 7) 10. Juvenile Showmanship at Halter – 13 & Under 11. Juvenile Showmanship at Halter – 14 – 18 Years 12. Senior Showmanship at Halter 13. Miniature Horse Obstacle 14. Miniature Horse Hunter Over Fences (BREAK) 15. 10 & Under English Equitation Walk/Trot – No Pattern 16. Jack Benny English Pleasure Walk/Trot (Rider 39 & Over) 17. Juvenile English Pleasure 13 & Under Walk/Trot 18. Juvenile English Pleasure 14 – 18 Years Walk/Trot 19. Senior English Pleasure Walk/Trot 20. Juvenile English Equitation 13 & Under 21. Juvenile English Equitation 14 – 18 Years 22. Senior English Equitation 23. Miniature Horse Pleasure Driving 24. Juvenile English Pleasure 13 & Under

25. Juvenile English Pleasure 14 – 18 Years 26. Senior English Pleasure 27. Juvenile English Pleasure Championship 18 & Under (must show in #17, 18, 24, or 25) 28. Senior English Pleasure Championship (must show in #19 or 26) (BREAK) 29. Leadline – 6 Years & Under (English or Western) 30. Juvenile Walk Only - Headers Allowed (English or Western) 31. 10 & Under Western Equitation Walk/Trot - No Pattern 32. Jack Benny Western Pleasure Walk/Trot (Rider 39 & Over) 33. Juvenile Western Pleasure 13 & Under Walk/Trot 34. Juvenile Western Pleasure 14 – 18 Years Walk/Trot 35. Senior Western Pleasure Walk/Trot 36. Juvenile Western Equitation 13 & Under 37. Juvenile Western Equitation 14 – 18 Years 38. Senior Western Equitation 39. Juvenile Western Pleasure 13 & Under 40. Juvenile Western Pleasure 14 – 18 Years 41. Senior Western Pleasure 42. Juvenile Western Pleasure Championship 18 & Under (must show in #33, 34, 39, or 40) 43. Senior Western Pleasure Championship (must show in #35 or 41) NEITHER THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS NOR THE WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR BOARD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS

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FFA CHAPTER AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS EXHIBIT SUPERINTENDENT—BILL LANEY & JIM FRISBY

GENERAL RULES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Articles exhibited must have been constructed by FFA members in the Agriculture Education school shop. Entries may be individually or chapter constructed. At time of entry, advisor must sign a statement the exhibit was constructed in the school ship by the exhibitor or by members of the FFA chapter. An article can be shown only once at the Washington County fair, and must have been constructed during the previous two school years. All articles must be clean and in a presentable condition even though they may have been used during the year. Pictures showing operation of the project may be displayed with the exhibit. Each exhibitor shall have a sign showing chapter, ownership, the bill of materials, and value of materials. (These signs will be provided.) Bill of materials should reflect the realistic cost of the project. Entries will be judged on the basis of workmanship, structure and design, practicability, safety, and materials used. See score card next page.

AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS EXHIBIT SCORECARD POSSIBLE POINTS 1. Workmanship: a. General appearance (neatness and finish) .....................15 b. Skills (careful workmanship and number of skills) ..........20 2. Structure and Design: a. Strength and durability .......................................................20 b. Originality (mainly for addition of accessories to a standarddesign or original design, if practical) ............... 5 3. Practicability: a. Labor saving on the farm ...................................................15 b. Convenience and usefulness ...............................................10 4. Material: a. Economic choice of material ...............................................15 Total ..................................................................................100

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10. Chapter awards will be made on the basis for total points accumulated in the various divisions. Points awarded for each division are as follows: 1st - 20, 2nd - 16, 3rd - 12, 4th – 8, 5th - 6, 6th - 5, 7th - 4, 8th - 3, 9th - 2, 10th- 1. 11. Exhibits in class 9, “Reconditioned machinery & Equipment”, must be factory manufactured equipment that has been reconditioned in the Vo-Ag shop. 12. Exhibits in class 10, “Small Projects”, must be less than 2 ft. in length and less than 20 lbs. in weight. 13. Where an exhibit is entered in the wrong class, the superintendent will make the determination and transfer it to the proper class. 14. The Judge will not award premiums or points for entries in any class that does not meet acceptable standards of quality. 15. All exhibits to be displayed in a safe manner. 16. Entries in these categories may be made until August 26 and must be in place by 9:00am. They will remain in place until 10:00pm, Saturday, August 30. Check-out times will be 10:00pm – 11:00pm, Saturday, August 30 and 2:00pm – 4:00pm Sunday, August 31.

CLASS 1ST 1. Livestock and Horse Trailers ....................................25 2. Trailers/Wagons (other than livestock and horse) ..............................25 3. Truck bed/Racks ........................................................25 4. Livestock Production Projects ...................................25 5. Farmstead Improvement ..........................................25 6. Crop Improvement.....................................................25 7. Shop Improvement ....................................................25 8. Hobby/Recreation ....................................................25 9. Cookers/Grills/Smokers ..........................................25 10. Reconditioned Machinery/Equipment .................25 11. Small Projects ..........................................................25 12. Wood Projects .........................................................25

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LIVESTOCK DEPARTMENT RULES 1.

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Only registered animals that are purebred or pureblood livestock (one purebred parent), with papers, can be entered except for commercial beef classes and grade dairy heifers. Animals must be registered in the name of the exhibitor and have been owned by him or her for at least 60 days prior to the fair. Registration papers and other information requested by the superintendent must be presented for entry in the show. Exhibitors shall show their animals at such times and places as directed. In Beef only Champion and Reserve Championships, 1st and 2nd place animals can be shown in both Open and Junior Division where there is competition. All pens must be cleaned by 10:00am each day and refuse disposed as directed by the superintendents. All space will be assigned by the superintendent who has the right to move animals in the best interest of the show. EXHIBITORS ARE ALLOWED ONLY TWO ENTRIES IN EACH CLASS AND ONE ENTRY IN GROUP CLASSES. EXHIBITORS MUST PRE-REGISTER THEIR ANIMALS WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT AND SEND ENTRY FORM TO LIVESTOCK ENTRIES 2537 N. MCCONNELL AVE.

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FAYETTEVILLE, AR 72704. ENTRIES SHOULD BE POSTMARKED BY AUGUST 1. No grooming chutes are allowed in the barns. ALL LIVESTOCK MUST ENTER THROUGH GATE NO. 2 FOR CHECKING OF HEALTH PAPERS. Junior breeding stock placing 1st or 2nd in their class may show in the Open Division, if there is competition, for 1/2 the premium. Duties of a Ring Stewart • To keep animals in order by weight or age to aid the judge in evaluation. • To assist exhibitors with unruly or immobile animals to insure a safe, orderly show. • To see that the judges instructions are followed by the exhibitors. • To assist exhibitor in catching and regaining control of an animal. • To assist the judge if he decides an animal should be tied to the rail or excused from the ring. The Washington County Fair Board will not furnish material to bed animals. No straw will be furnished by the Fair Association. Straw can only be used in tieout areas. No drenching of animals on fairgrounds unless

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 26 9:30 AM

SECTION 1 - JERSEY SECTION 2 - GUERNSEY SECTION 3 - HOLSTEIN - FRIESIAN SECTION 4 - BROWN SWISS SECTION 5 - AYRSHIRE SECTION 6 - ALL OTHER BREEDS

13. Senior three-year old cow, born 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH Sept. 1, 2010 to Feb. 28, 2011 ................. $41 $35 $25 $20 $15 14. Four-year old cow, born Sept. 1, 2009 to Aug. 31, 2010 ............................ 41 35 25 20 15 15. Five and six-year old cows, Sept. 1, 2007 to Aug. 31, 2009 ............................ 41 35 25 20 15 16. Aged cow: seven years old or older born before Sept. 1, 2007 ........................... 41 35 25 20 15 17. Dry three and four year old .................................... 23 20 15 12 10 18. Dry Aged Cow. ........................................................... 23 20 15 12 10 19. Senior Champion Female ................................................................. Ribbon 20. Champion Female .............................................................................. Ribbon 21. Grand Champion Female................................................................ Ribbon 22. Reserve Grand Champion Female ................................................. Ribbon 23. Best three females, any age .................................... 23 20 15 12 10 24. Best uddered cow ...................................................... 23 20 15 12 10 25. Produce of Dam (Group to consist of two animals, any age the produce of one cow) .......... 23 20 15 12 10 26. Daughter Dam (A cow and one offspring of any age) ............................................... 23 20 15 12 10 27. Dairy herd (Group to consist of four cows that have freshened) ............................... 23 20 15 12 10 28. Supreme Champion will show following the Junior Show and be selected from both open and Junior shows. The Grand Champion of each breed in Open and Junior will compete for “Supreme”. Milkout will be required. Supreme Champion will remain on display throughout the fair and will receive an award. ..............50


DIVISIO

BEEF CATTLE

NB

OPEN FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 10:00 AM

SUPERINTENDENT- BILL & SARAH HAMM csfhph@aol.com RULES

• All recognized registered beef breeds will be eligible to show in the appropriate class. • Different breeds will not show against each other. • Tie Out at 8:30 pm each night. • SEE HEALTH RULES ON PAGE 22 CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

1ST

2ND 3RD

Spring heifer calf, calved between March 1 and present 2014 .......................................... $30 $27 $22 Junior heifer calf, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2014............................................... 30 27 22 Winter heifer calf, calved between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013.............................................. 30 27 22 Senior heifer calf, calved between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2013............................................. 30 27 22 Summer yearling heifer, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2013 ............................ 30 27 22 Spring yearling heifer, calved between March 1 and April 30, 2013 ......................................... 30 27 22 Junior yearling heifer, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013............................................... 30 27 22 Senior yearling heifer, calved between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012 ............................................. 30 27 22 Champion Female (classes 1-8) .................................................... Ribbon Reserve Champion Female............................................................. Ribbon Grand Champion Female...............................................................Rosette Reserve Grand Champion Female ...............................................Rosette Two year old cow, calved between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31, 2012 .............................................. 30 27 22 Aged cow class, calved before Jan. 1, 2012 ...................................................................... 30 27 22 Cow/Calf Pair ................................................................... 30 27 22 Spring bull calf, calved between March 1 to present ........................................................... 30 27 22 Junior bull calf-calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013 ............................................ 30 27 22 Winter bull calf, calved between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013 ........................................... 30 27 22 Senior bull calf, calved between

20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

1ST 2ND 3RD Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2013 ........................................$30 $27 $22 Summer yearling bull, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2013 ........................................... 30 27 22 Spring yearling bull, calved between March 1 and April 30, 2013 ....................................... 30 27 22 Junior yearling bull, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013 ............................................ 30 27 22 Senior yearling bull, calved between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012 .......................................... 30 27 22 Two year old bulls, calved between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31, 2012 ............................................ 30 27 22 Aged bulls, calved before Jan. 1, 2012 .................................................................... 30 27 22 Champion Bull.................................................................................. Ribbon Reserve Champion Bull .................................................................. Ribbon Grand Champion Bull ....................................................................Rosette Reserve Grand Champion Bull .....................................................Rosette Two bulls bred and owned by exhibitor ..................... 43 38 Pair of calves-both sexes represented, from the four youngest classes ....................................... 43 38 Get of Sire-three animals, both sexes represented, all sired by one bull ............................... 43 38 Best 4 head - both sexes represented ...................................................................... 43 38 SUPREME CHAMPION BULL ..................................................... 50 SUPREME CHAMPION HEIFER ................................................. 50

COMMERCIAL HEIFERS Classes to be determined after weigh-in. 1. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. .............................. 30 27 22 2. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. .............................. 30 27 22 3. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. .............................. 30 27 22 4. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. .............................. 30 27 22 5. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. .............................. 30 27 22 6. CHAMPION ..................................................................... ROSETTE 7. RESERVE CHAMPION ...................................................... ROSETTE

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DIVISION C OPEN

SHEEP

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 1:00 PM

RULES

1. SEE HEALTH RULES ON PAGE 22. 2. Registration certificates or letter from the breed association must be available for inspection at the show, and animals must be wearing the Association or breeders ear tag. 3. Individuals in lamb classes must have lamb teeth and be born after September 1, 2012. Yearlings can have no more than 4 permanent teeth in evidence. 4. No combination of exhibitors in filling group classes will be allowed. 5. No exhibitor may enter more than two entries per class. One entry in group classes. 6. If there is not a minimum of three breeders & 10 head of a breed they will show as “other”. 7. All sheep will be presented in show arena for judging. 8. All sheep must be tagged with Scrapie Identification Tag upon arrival on the fairgrounds. If your sheep are from a Certified Scrapie Free Herd advise Superintendent to be penned accordingly. 9. Schools and Clubs may have only 1 entry in the group classes. 10. No drenching in barns. 11. All sheep must have premise tags in the ear to be eligible to show.

CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 1. Jr. Ram Lamb born after Jan 1, 2014.......................................$12 $10 $9 $7 $6 2. Sr. Ram Lamb born between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013 ........................ 12 10 9 7 6 3. Pair of Ram Lambs........................................ 12 10 9 7 6 4. Yearling Ram born between Sept. 1, 2012 & Aug. 31, 2013................ 12 10 9 7 6 5. Champion ............................................................................. Ribbon 6. Jr. Eve born after Jan. 1, 2014 ................. 12 10 9 7 6 7. Sr. Eve Lamb born between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013 ........................ 12 10 9 7 6 8. Pair of Eve Lambs ......................................... 12 10 9 7 6 9. Yearling Eve born between Sept. 1, 2012 and Aug. 31, 2013 ...................................... 12 10 9 7 6

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10. Pair if Yearling Ewes born between Sept. 1, 2012 and Aug. 31, 2013 ........................................................ 12 10 9 7 6 11. Two year old born between Sept. 1, 2011 and Aug. 31, 2012 ...................................... 12 10 9 7 6 12. Aged Ewe born before Sept. 1, 2011 ................................................ 12 10 9 7 6 13. Champion Eve (Breed) ...................................................... Ribbon 14. Reserve Champion Eve (Breed) ....................................... Ribbon 15. Best Pair (ram and ewe of same age class) ............... 12 10 9 7 6 16. Junior Flock (1 ram and 2 ewes)................ 12 10 9 7 6 17. Exhibitors Flock (ram under 2 years, 2 yearling ewes, 2 ewe lambs).............................................................. 12 10 9 7 6 Open to Hampshire, suffolk, rambouillet and all other breeds.


DIVISION D OPEN

SWINE

SUPERINTENDENT - BRIAN KUTZ

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 9:00 AM

RULES: Copy of registration paper must accompany entry form. CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 1. January boar - farrowed during January, 2014 ....................................................................................................... $12 $10 $9 $7 $6 2. February boar- farrowed during February, 2014 ........................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 3. March boar - farrowed during March, 2014 .................................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 4. April boar- farrowed during April, 2014 ........................................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 5. Champion Boar ...................................................................................................................................................................................................Rosette 6. Reserve Champion Boar ....................................................................................................................................................................................Rosette 7. Grand Champion Boar ......................................................................................................................................................................................Rosette 8. Reserve Champion Boar ....................................................................................................................................................................................Rosette 9. January gilt - farrowed during January, 2014 ..............................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 10. February gilt - farrowed during February, 2014 ..........................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 11. March gilt - farrowed during March, 2014 ....................................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 12. April gilt- farrowed during April, 2014 ...........................................................................................................................12 10 9 7 6 13. Champion Female .............................................................................................................................................................................................. Rosette 14. Reserve Champion Female .............................................................................................................................................................................. Rosette 15. Grand Champion Female................................................................................................................................................................................. Rosette 16. Reserve Champion female ............................................................................................................................................................................... Rosette

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DIVISION E OPEN

POULTRY

SUPERINTENDENT - RANDALL LEWIS RULES:

In addition to the general rules on page 27 and health rules on page 22: 1.

2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

Individuals will be allowed to make 2 entries in each class, provided coops are available. If only one entry is made in a class, this entry will be judged for prize money and ribbons if qualifying under standard of perfection, it will not be given first prize automatically, but will be placed where to judge feels it should be. Awards will be made to birds recognized in the American Standard of Perfection. The Fair Association will furnish coops, feed, water and care for all birds in the show until 8:00PM, Saturday August 30. Poultry buildings, coops and drinking cups are thoroughly disinfected and will be kept strictly sanitary throughout the show. Please pick your birds up Saturday evening at this time. Neither the Washington County Fair Association, nor its officers will assume responsibility for loss, damage and death in transit or during the show. No one who has birds in the show may be in the building while judging is in progress. This will be emphasized. Special coop cards will be used that can be folded in such a manner that the name of the exhibitor is concealed until after the

CLASS A - STANDARD 1ST 2ND 3RD 1. Cock.............................................................................. $5 $4 $3 2. Cockerel..........................................................................5 4 3 3. Hen ..................................................................................5 4 3 4. Pullet................................................................................5 4 3 CLASS B - BANTAMS 1ST 2ND 3RD 1. Cock.............................................................................. $5 $4 $3 2. Cockerel..........................................................................5 4 3 3. Hen ..................................................................................5 4 3 4. Pullet................................................................................5 4 3 CLASS B - BANTAMS...............................................1ST 2ND 3RD 1. Cock.............................................................................. $5 $4 $3 2. Cockerel..........................................................................5 4 3

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ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT - BARBARA LEWIS judging is completed. Any exhibitor tampering with the folded cards, discussing the merits of their birds with the judge prior to placing of the awards, or calling attention to their own entries in such a way that it might be construed as trying to influence the judge shall be ruled ineligible for any or all awards. 7. Birds showing any signs of disease will not be accepted. 8. Definition of Terms: Cockerel: male bird under 12 months old Cock: male bird over 12 months old. Pullet: female bird under 12 months old Hen: female bird over 12 months old Young Trio: 1 male and 2 females under 12 months old Old Trio: 1 male and 2 females over 12 months old Pen of Broilers: 3 birds either sex, or all one sex, or any combination. 9. Feed and labor will be furnished by Fair Board. 10. WALK-IN PASSES WILL BE AWARDED TO EXHIBITORS IN THE POULTRY DEPARTMENT SHOWING 40 OR MORE BIRDS IN 5 OR MORE CLASSES. 11. In any class where there is no competition only one-half of the prize money will be paid.

OPEN TURKEYS Open to the following breeds: Bronze, White Holland, Bourbon Red, Blue Slate, Royal Palm and A.O.V. To enter all classes 1, 2 and 3, exhibitors must enter four birds. CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD 1. Young tom (less than 24 weeks) ................................ $5 $4 $3 2. Young hen (less than 24 weeks) ...................................5 4 3 3. Young pen (one hen & one tom)...................................5 4 3 4. Best display of colored turkeys, must have 2 varieties .....................................................5 4 3


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DIVISION H OPEN

DAIRY GOATS

SUPERINTENDENT - DON HATFIELD & BOBBY MOSTELLER

RULES: 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

SEE HEALTH RULES ON PAGE 22. This show is open to Alpines, LaManchas, Nigerian Dwarf, Nubians, Oberhasli, Saanens, Sables, Toggenburgs and Recorded Grade dairy goats. In regular classes more than two may be entered, however, no exhibitor will be permitted to win more than two places in any one class. Exhibitors are limited to one entry in groups and special classes. Base date for computing ages is the date of show. Females only will be shown. No bucks over 2 months of age will be allowed on the fairgrounds. Animals must check-in with the superintendent by noon Tuesday. Certificates of registration/ownership will be checked at this time. Tattoos may be checked at any time. No goat over 6 months of age may be entered, or shown without an official certificate. Goats under 6 months of age may enter and show with stamped copy of registration or recordation pending.

JUNIOR DOES, under 2 years that have never freshened CLASS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 1. Junior kid, under 3 months ...................................... $12 $10 $9 $7 $6 2. Intermediate kid, 3 months to under 4 months .......12 10 9 7 6 3. Senior kid, 5 months to under 7 months ...................12 10 9 7 6 4. Winter kid, 7 months to under 12 months ...............12 10 9 7 6 5. Junior yearling 12 months to under 18 months ......12 10 9 7 6 6. Senior yearling 12 months to under 24 months .....12 10 9 7 6 7. Junior Champion Doe .................................................................... Rosette 8. Junior Reserve Champion Doe..................................................... Rosette 9. Junior Get of Sire, 3 junior does the get of one sire, borrowing allowed ..............................................12 10 9 7 6 10. Junior Best 3 Females, 3 junior does bred and owned by one exhibitor..............................................12 10 9 7 6 11. Best Junior Doe in Show (all breeds together) ......................... Rosette SENIOR DOES, any doe that has ever freshened or is being milked regularly.

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SECTION A - Alpine SECTION B - LaMancha SECTION C - Nubian SECTION D - Oberhasli SECTION E - Saanen

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27 8:30 AM SECTION F- Toggenburg SECTION G - Recorded Grade SECTION H - Sable SECTION I - Nigerian Dwarf

There will be a pre-show milk-out at 8:00pm. Tuesday under the supervision of the superintendent and/or appointed committee. Goats not milked out will be unable to show. All breeds will be judged separately and classes shown below will be applied to each of the nine breeds and recorded grades, with the exception of special classes. All animals in the special classes must have been entered in regular classes and owned by exhibitor, except where borrowing allowed. Rules of the American Dairy Goat Association will apply in cases not covered by rules and regulations herein. Exhibitors must provide hay and grain for their animal(s). Exhibitor is responsible for daily feeding and supplying clean water for their animal(s). No horned animals will be allowed. Open Livestock Department rules also apply, except that registration certificates must be available for inspection during the show.

1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH Does under 2 years, has freshened.....................$18 $15 $12 $10$9 Does under 2 years to under 3 years................... 18 15 12 10 9 Does 3 years to under 4 years .............................. 18 15 12 10 9 Does 4 years to under 5 years .............................. 18 15 12 10 9 Aged does 5 years and over ................................. 18 15 12 10 9 Senior Champion Doe ......................................................................Rosette Senior Reserve Champion Doe .......................................................Rosette Senior Get of Sire, 3 senior does the get of one sire, borrowing allowed ................................... 18 15 12 10 9 Senior Dam and Daughter, both senior does, borrowing allowed ................................................... 18 15 12 10 9 Best Senior Doe in Show (all breeds together)Rosette

SPECIAL CLASSES - All breeds together 23. Produce of Dam, 2 does any age ......................... 18 15 12 10 9 24. Prospect Dairy Herd, does, at least 2 does in milk, the other your choice .................................. 18 15 12 10 9 25. Best Udder ................................................................. 18 15 12 10 9


DIVISIO

RABBITS

SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 1:00 PM

NI

OPEN

SUPERINTENDENT - JOHN & KIM ROBINSON 479-684-9627 • kim.robinson@windstream.net RULES: 1. No Entries date of show. 2. Must be disease free, no ear mites or sore hocks. All rabbits must be permanently tattooed in the left ear. Tattooing available at checkin for a fee of $5.00 per tattoo. 3. All best of variety, best of breed and best opposite sex of breed must remain in place through duration of the fair. (depending on space available). 4. Rabbits will be cared fro with responsibility for feed, water and reasonable precautions for the safety and welfare by the superintendent. SECTION A - 4 CLASS RABBITS American Fuzzy Lop, American Sable, English Angora, French Angora, Satin Angora, Britannia Petite, Standard Chinchilla, Dutch, Dwarf Hotot, English Spot, Florida White, Harlequin, Havana, Himalayan, Jersey Wooley, Lilac, Holland Lop, Mini Lop, Polish, Netherland Dwarf, Rex, Mini Rex, Rhinelander, Silver, Silver Martin, and Tan. 1. Sr. Buck (over 6 months of age) 2. Sr. Doe (over 6 months of age) 3. Jr. Buck (under 6 months of age) 4. Jr. Doe (under 6 months of age) SECTION B - 6 CLASS RABBITS American, Giant Angora, Bevern, Californian, Champagne De Argent, Checkered Giant, Giant and American Chinchilla, Cinnamon, Creme De Argent, Flemish Giant, Hotot, English Lop, French Lop, New Zealand, Palomino, Satin and Silver Fox. 1. Sr. Buck (over 8 months of age) 2. Sr. Doe (over 8 months of age) 3. Intermediate Buck (6-8 months of age) 4. Intermediate Doe (6-8 months of age) 5. Jr. Buck (less that 6 months of age) 6. Jr. Doe (less that 6 months of age) AWARDS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 1. Five entries or more in a class......................$5 $4 $3 $2 $1 2. One to four entries in a class ......................... 4 3 2 1 3. Best 4 Class & Best 6 Class ..................................................... Rosettes 4. Best in Show...................................................................................Trophy

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

All general and open livestock show rules apply except grade dairy cows and heifers may be shown. Grade dairy animals must be pure bred or appear pure bred. No beef cross animals will be allowed, except in commercial beef classes. Adults are not allowed to show an animal for exhibitors in the junior department. Animals entered in the market classes shall be weighed in and identified as directed by the superintendents. Exhibitors may exhibit in this department no later than the fall after graduating from high school. Jr. breeding animals will be judged on danish systems with no more than 5 blue ribbons given per class. Animals must be registered in the name of the exhibitor and have been owned by him or her for at least 60 days prior to the fair. Except rabbits they must be owned for 30 days prior. • Animals must be owned and WCF tagged by June 26. • Market steers contact Jr. beef superintendent for tag(s). • Market hogs contact Jr. swine superintendent for tag(s). At Country Vet Summer Health Clinic date to be announced. • Meat goats will be tagged June 26, 7-8pm; June 28, 9-10am. • Rabbits will be tattooed July 18, 10 am-2pm; July 24, 6-8 pm.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

13. 14.

Registration papers and other information requested by the superintendent must be presented for entry in the show. Exhibitors shall show their animals at such times and places as directed. All pens must be cleaned by 10:00am each day and refuse disposed as directed by the superintendents. All space will be assigned by the superintendent who has the right to move animals in the best interest of the show. EXHIBITORS ARE ALLOWED ONLY TWO ENTRIES IN EACH CLASS AND ONE ENTRY IN GROUP CLASSES. EXHIBITORS MUST PRE-REGISTER THEIR ANIMALS TO RECEIVE GATE PASS BY MAILING ENTRY FORM TO LIVESTOCK ENTRIES 2537 N. MCCONNELL AVE. FAYETTEVILLE, AR 72704. ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY AUGUST 1. No grooming chutes are allowed in the barns. ALL LIVESTOCK MUST ENTER THROUGH GATE NO. 2 FOR CHECKING OF HEALTH PAPERS.

15. Duties of a Ring Stewart: • To keep animals in order by weight or age to aid the judge in evaluation. • To assist exhibitors with unruly or immobile animals to insure a safe, orderly show. • To see that the judges instructions are followed by the exhibitors. • To assist exhibitor in catching and regaining control of an animal. • To assist the judge if he decides an animal should be tied to the rail or excused from the ring. 16. The Washington County Fair Board will not furnish material to bed animals. 17. No straw will be furnished by the Fair Association. Straw can only be used in tieout areas. 18. No drenching of animals on fairgrounds unless accompanied with letter from vet that must be given to superintendent. 19. All showmanship contestants or immediate family members must own the animal. 20. Must sign the release/hold harmless form obtained from the division superintendent. 21. Jr. breeding stock placing first or second in their class may show in the open division if there is competition for half the premium.

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DIVISION A JUNIOR

A

DAIRY CATTLE

SECTION 1 - JERSEY SECTION 2 - GUERNSEY SECTION 3 - HOLSTEIN - FRIESIAN SECTION 4 - BROWN SWISS SECTION 5 - AYRSHIRE SECTION 6 - ALL OTHER BREEDS

SUPERINTENDENT - CHRISTY WIELAND springvalleyfarms@yahoo.com | 479-789-2165 Assistant Superintendent - Randy Spears (479) 841-7390 RULES

• Any animal deemed unsafe can be sent home by the Dairy Superintendent. • No cattle over the age of 6 months allowed with horns. • SEE HEALTH RULES ON PAGE 22. • SEE GENERAL LIVESTOCK RULES ON PAGE 27. CLASS

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13. Junior three-year old cow, born March 1, 2011 to Aug. 31, 2012 .................................... $41 $35 $25 14. Senior three-year old cow, born Sept. 1, 2010 to Feb. 28, 2011 ............................................... 41 35 25 15. Four-year old cow, born Sept. 1, 2009 to Aug. 31, 2010 ...................................... $41 $35 $25

1.

Junior heifer calf, born March 2014 or later and at least 4 months of age ....................................$23 $20 $15

16. Five and six-year old cows, born Sept. 1, 2007 to Aug. 31, 2009 .............................................. 41 35 25

2.

Intermediate heifer calf, born Dec. 1, 2013 to Feb. 28, 2014 ................................................. 23 20 15

17. Aged cow: seven years old or older born before Sept. 1, 2007 ............................................. 41 35 25

3.

Senior heifer calf, born Sept.1, to Nov. 30, 2013 ........................................................... 23 20 15

18. Dry three and four year old ...................................................... 23 20 15

4.

Summer yearling, born June 1 to Aug. 31, 2013 ......................................................................... 23 20 15

5.

Junior yearling heifer, born March 1 to May 31, 2013 ........................................................ 23 20 15

6.

Intermediate senior yearling born Dec. 1, 2012 to Feb. 28, 2013....................................... 23 20 15

7.

Senior yearling heifer, born Sept. 1, to Nov. 30, 2012.......................................................... 23 20 15

8.

Junior Champion female................................................................... Ribbon

9.

Reserve Junior Champion female ................................................... Ribbon

10. Unfreshened 2 year old March 1 to Aug. 31, 2012 ........................................................ 23 20 15 11. Junior two-year old, born March 1 to Aug. 31, 2012 ........................................................ 41 35 25 12. Senior two-year old, born Sept. 1, 2011 to Feb. 29, 2012 ............................................... 41 35 25

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19. Dry Aged Cow. ............................................................................. 23 20 15 20. Senior Champion Female ................................................................. Ribbon 21. Champion Female .............................................................................. Ribbon 22. Best three females, any age ...................................................... 23 20 15 23. Best uddered cow ........................................................................ 23 20 15 24. Produce of Dam (Group to consist of two animals, any age the produce of one cow) ............................ 23 20 15 25. Daughter Dam (A cow and one offspring of any age) ................................................................. 23 20 15 26. Dairy herd (Group to consist of four cows that have freshened) ................................................. 23 20 15 27. Supreme Champion will show following the Junior Show and be selected from both open and Junior shows. The Grand Champion of each breed in Open and Junior will compete for “Supreme”. Milkout will be required. Supreme Champion will remain on display throughout the fair and will receive an award. ..................................50 28. Breeder: Open to all registered heifer classes. The exhibitor must be recorded as the breeder onthe breed registration. Exhibitors only exhibit 1 animal.............................................. 23 20 15


71. Plum jelly ................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 72. Other jelly................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 RULES FOR GRADE ID DAIRY CATTLE 73. Berry preserves........................................................................ 3.00 2.00 1. This year there will be three grade ID dairy heifers 74. sePeach preserves....................................................................... 3.00 2.00 lected for the Junior Livestock Sale. However, there75.must Plum preserves ........................................................................ 3.00 2.00 be at least five grade ID heifers present for the sale 76. orStrawberry preserves............................................................... 3.00 2.00 2.00 der selection, otherwise, no grade heifers will sell. 77. Other preserves ....................................................................... 3.00 78. Apple butter ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 2. The grade ID cattle must be purebred dairy animals. 79. Peach butter ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 Crossbred grade ID cattle will not be allowed to show 80. Plum butter .............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 nor be in the sale. 81. Other fruit butters .................................................................... 3.00 2.00 3. The grade ID cattle must be representative of the breed 82. Mince meat .............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 and must be approved by the Junior Superintendent. 83. Orange marmalade................................................................... 3.00 2.00 84. Green Pepper Jelly (food coloring accepted) ........................... 3.00 2.00 SPECIAL AWARDS 85. Mint Jelly ................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 Good Housekeeping Award champion from secTion 5.................................................$5.00 addiTional prem (Most attractive Junior Dairy Exhibit throughout the fair, sectioN 6 - speciaL - food c.a. will be selected by committee, appointed 86. 3 jars vegetables (different) ..................................................... 4.00 3.00 by Jr. Superintendent) .................................. Sullivan Family 87. 3 jars fruit (different) ............................................................... 4.00 3.00 Overall Grand Champion 88. 3 jars tomatoes and tomato products ...................................... 4.00 3.00 Heifer Award .................................................Fay Ark Farms champion from secTion 6.................................................$5.00 addiTional prem Overall Reserve Grand Champion sectioN 7 - dried foods Heifer Plaque ......................................Tri-M-Valley/Munyon Displayed in standard home canning jars - Dried Herbs should be a “full” 1/2 pint 89. 1 pint dried tomatoes............................................................... 3.00 2.00 SHOWMANSHIP 90. 1 pint dried peaches ................................................................ 3.00 2.00 NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP - must have never 91. 1 pint dried apples ................................................................... 3.00 2.00 shown before age 5 - 19 92. 1 pint dried cherries................................................................. 3.00 2.00 PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP - ages 6 thru 9 93. 1 pint dried plums ................................................................... 3.00 2.00 JR. SHOWMANSHIP - ages 10 thru 13 94. 1 pint dried pineapple .............................................................. 3.00 2.00 SR. SHOWMANSHIP - ages 14 thru 19 95. 1 pint dried grape .................................................................... 3.00 2.00 Novice Showmanship 96. 3 - 1 pint dried fruit jar exhibit................................................. 3.00 2.00 Winner Halter ............................Halbert Veterinary Supply 97. 1/2 pint dried herbs ................................................................. 3.00 2.00 Pee Wee Showmanship............................. All participants 98. 3 - 1/2 pint dried herbs 3 jar exhibit ........................................ 3.00 2.00 receive a WCF T-Shirt 99. 1 pint dried beans .................................................................... 3.00 2.00 100. 1 pint dried peas ...................................................................... 3.00 2.00 Jr. Showmanship Winner Halter .............Christy Wieland 2.00 101. 1 pint dried carrots .................................................................. 3.00 Sr. Showmanship Winner Halter ................ Spears Family 102. 1 pint dried okra ...................................................................... 3.00 2.00 CLUB AWARDS 103. 1 pint dried corn ...................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1. Open to any 4-H/FFA Chapter 104. 1 pint dried onions ................................................................... 3.00 2.00 2. Must have 4 dairy heifers per group 105. 1 pint dried squash .................................................................. 3.00 2.00 3. Min. of 4 Exhibitors/Group. 106. 3 - 1 pint jars dried ................................................................. 3.00 2.00 4. Exhibitor cannot have animals in more than one group. 107. Other ........................................................................................ 3.00 2.00 5. One entry per club in more than one group. champion from secTion 7.................................................$5.00 addiTional prem 6. All exhibitors must be members of that club or chapter in chaMpioN .............................................................$5.00 additioNaL preM graNd which entered.

BUCKET CALF CLASS Dairy calves to be born in 2014. CLASSES: 1. Exhibitors under 5 years of age All participants will receive a ribbon - no premiums

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DIVISION B JUNIOR

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BEEF CATTLE

SUPERINTENDENT -DARRELL TUNSTILL 479-466-3305 RULES • All recognized registered beef breeds will be eligbile to show in the appropriate class. • Different breeds will not show against each other. • Tie out 8:30 pm each night.

• SEE HEALTH RULES ON PAGE 22. CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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Spring heifer calf, calved between March 1 and present 2014 ....................................$23 $20 $15 Junior heifer calf, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2014......................................... 23 20 15 Winter heifer calf, calved between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013........................................ 23 20 15 Senior heifer calf, calved between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2013....................................... 23 20 15 Summer yearling heifer, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2013 ...................... 23 20 15 Spring yearling heifer, calved between March 1 and April 23, 2013 ................................... 23 20 15 Junior yearling heifer, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013......................................... 23 20 15 Senior yearling heifer, calved between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2012.......................................... 23 20 15 Champion Female (classes 1-8) ..............................................Ribbon Reserve Champion Female.......................................................Ribbon Two year old cow, calved between Jan. 1 and Aug. 31, 2012 ........................................ 23 20 15 Aged cow class, calved before Jan. 1, 2012 ................................................................ 23 20 15 Cow/Calf Pair ............................................................. 23 20 15 Spring bull calf-calved between March 1 and present 2014 ...................................... 23 20 15 Junior bull calf-calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013......................................... 23 20 15 Winter bull calf, calved between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, 2013........................................ 23 20 15 Senior bull calf, calved between Sept. 1 and Oct. 31, 2013....................................... 23 20 15

Wednesday, August 27, 4:00pm

Assistant Superintendent - JENNIFER EMERSON 479-409-5604 B R W 18. Summer yearling bull, calved between May 1 and Aug. 31, 2013 .....................................$23 $20 $15 19. Spring yearling bull, calved between March 1 and April 23, 2013 ................................... 23 20 15 20. Junior yearling bull, calved between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28, 2013 ...................................... 23 20 15 21. Senior yearling bull, calved between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2012 ....................................$23 $20 $15 22. Champion Bull............................................................................Ribbon 23. Reserve Champion Bull ............................................................Ribbon 24. Three bulls owned by exhibitor ................................ 23 20 15 25. Two bulls owned by exhibitor ................................... 23 20 15 26. Get of Sire-three animals, both sexes represented, all sired by one bull and all owned by one exhibitor ....................................... 23 20 15 27. Pair of calves-Both sexes represented all sired by one bull and all owned by one exhibitor............................................. 23 20 15 28. Supreme Champion (9 & 10 only) ................................................ 50 29. Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer (12&13 only)..................... 50 Classes 9-10 and 21-15 will compete with Open Division winner for Grand Champion Rosettes.

MARKET STEERS

RULES: All steers must be tagged prior to June 26. Steers for competition must weigh at least 600 lbs. Steers will not be shown by breeds. Classes will be determined at the show and will be based on the weight of the animal. Equal numbers of steers will be put into classes whenever possible; however, final decisions concerning classes will be made by the Superintendent and Livestock Committee. Classes to be determined after weigh-in.

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1. Steers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ............. $45 $35 $20 2. Steers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ................45 35 20 3. Steers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ...............45 35 20 4. Steers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ..............45 5 20 GRAND CHAMPION STEER ................................. ROSETTE AND 15 RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION STEER ................... ROSETTE AND 10


BEEF FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP

CLUB STEER CLASS

1. Open to any 4-H Club or FFA Chapter Group 2. Two head of steers shown by two exhibitors from same 4-H Club or FFA Chapter 3. Only one entry from each 4-H Club or FFA Chapter 4. Exhibitor cannot have a steer in more than one group Premium: Blue-$23, Red-$20, White-$15

COMMERCIAL BEEF - FEMALE 1. 2.

Must be owned by exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to fair date. Five Commercial females (from classes 1-6) will be eligible for the sale.

All Females in each class will return to sale ring to determine sale order. Classes 1 - 6 will be determined at the show and will be based on the weight of the animal. Equal numbers of heifers will be put into classes whenever possible, however, final decisions concerning classes will be made by the Superintendent and Livestock Committee. Classes to be determined after weigh-in:

COMMERCIAL HEIFERS

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Classes to be determined after weigh-in. 1. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ..................... $23 $20 $15 2. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ........................23 20 15 3. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ........................23 20 15 4. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ........................23 20 15 5. Heifers weighing ____ to ____ lbs. ........................23 20 15 6. Champion ................................................................................... Rosette 7. Reserve Champion .................................................................... Rosette Ozark Cattlemen’s Association will present $100 to the Champion Commercial heifer, $50 to the Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer and $50 to each Commercial Heifer class winner in the Junior Division.

PEE WEE YOUTH - Those youth who are less than 9 years old may compete in this division. They do not need to be an exhibitor in the fair to participate. They may borrow an animal from an exhibitor. All Pee Wee participants will receive a T-Shirt from the Washington County Fair Association. JUNIORS YOUTH - Those Junior exhibitors not yet 14 years old who have not previously won the Junior Showmanship Contest at the Washington County Fair. Juniors who have previously won shall show in the Senior Showmanship. SENIOR YOUTH - Those Junior exhibitors 14 years of age and older (and JUNIORS who have won previous junior contests) who have not previously won the Senior Showmanship Contest are eligible. GROOMING COMPETITION - A team who has exhibited a Junior beef cattle at this fair. Teams will prepare 1 dry calf. ADVANCED SHOWMANSHIP - Only those Junior exhibitors of the WCF who have won a Senior Showmanship are eligible. Only exhibitors that exhibit in the junior department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes. Except Pee Wee Youth need not be an exhibitor and may borrow an animal. EXHIBITORS WILL BE JUDGED ON ABILITY TO PROPERLY TRAIN, FIT AND SHOW BEEF CATTLE. EXHIBITORS SHOULD DO THEIR OWN FITTING.

GAINABILITY CONTEST

Steers will be weighed and tagged Saturday, April 12 at the Spring show. The steers will be re-weighed at the regular weigh in at the County Fair. The steers will be ranked according to total weight gained. 1st Place - 1,000 lbs beef feed donated by Ranalli Farm of Tontitown. 2nd Place - 600 lbs beef feed donated by Ranalli Farm of Tontitown. 3rd Place - 400 lbs beef feed donated by Ranalli Farm of Tontitown.

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2014 Washington County Born Steer Class

Sponsored by Kendall & Stephanie Pendergraft and Willow Springs Ranch Steers must be born in Washington County and breeder must sign a verification form certifying the calf was born in Washington County. Steers must be tagged and forms must be turned in to superintendent during April 2014. Show immediately following the Steer Show.

JUNIOR BEEF AWARDS

Prizes will be awarded according to placing as follows: Grand Champion ..................................................................... $250 Reserve Champion ................................................................... $100 Blue - First..................................................................................... $45 Red - Second ............................................................................... $35 White - Third ............................................................................... $20

Grand Champion Steer Trophy ..........................................................................................................Farm Credit Services of Northwest Arkansas Grand Champion Steer Belt Buckle ...................................................................................................................................... Countryside John Deere Reserve Champion Steer Belt Buckle .................................................................................................................................Hermosa Cattle Company Supreme Champion Heifer - Kiley Martens Memorial Traveling Trophy .............................................................. Friends of Martens Family Supreme Champion Heifer............................................................................................................................................. White River Cattle Company Reserve Champion Supreme Heifer.....................................................................................................................................................Kid’s Auto Sales Advanced Showmanship ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4 U Farms Senior Showmanship.............................................................................................................................................................. Ryan & Jennifer Emerson Junior Showmanship..................................................................................................................................................................Mike & Valerie Hudlow Champion Angus Trophy - Keith Shofner Award ...................................................................................................................... The Shofner Family Champion Angus Award .............................................................................................................................................................. Sugar Springs Ranch Champion Angus Bull ........................................................................................................................................ Teddy and Jane Morelock Memorial Reserve Champion Angus ............................................................................................................................................................ Pohlman Angus Farm Champion Hereford Female .......................................................................................................................................................... Jerry Moyer Family Reserve Champion Hereford Female ........................................................................................................................................... Jerry Moyer Family Champion Hereford Bull ............................................................................................................................................................................ Circle S Farm Reserve Champion Hereford Bull ............................................................................................................................................................. Circle S Farm Champion Simmental Heifer - Joe Cowan Memorial ........................................................................................................ Don Meyer and Family Champion Simmental Heifer ........................................................................................................................................................ Ralph Moore Family Champion Limousin Female................................................................................................................................................................... Sullivan Family Champion Main Anjou Female ................................................................................................................................................. Willow Springs Ranch Champion Shorthorn Female ................................................................................................................................................................Hornherd Farms Reserve Champion Shorthorn Female .............................................................................................................................................. Hornherd Farms Reserve Champion Simmental Heifer ............................................................................................................................................ Kidd’s Auto Family Champion Commercial Heifer .............................................................................................................................................................. Whorton Farms Reserve Champion Commercial Heifer........................................................................................................................................ Jeff Marley Family Gainability Contest - 1,000 lbs beef feed .............................................................................................................................................. Ranali Farms - 600 lbs beef feed ................................................................................................................................................... Ranali Farms - 400 lbs beef feed ................................................................................................................................................... Ranali Farms Washington County Born Steer Class ..................................................................... Kendall & Stephanie Pendergraft & Willow Springs Ranch Grooming Competition ................................................................................................................................................................ Willow Springs Ranch Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus .........................................................................................................................................................Hornherd Farms Reserve Grand Champion Shorthorn Plus .........................................................................................................................................Hornherd Farms

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C DIVISION C JUNIOR

SHEEP

SUPERINTENDENT - PHIL DEWEY pgaac@pgtc.com 479-409-6476

RULES (In addition to General Rules on page 27 and Health Rules on page 22) 1. All sheep must have premise tag in the ear to be eligible to show. 2. Breeding Show in Sheep Barn. 3. Market Lamb Show in Livestock Arena. 4. Registration certificates or a letter from the Breed Association must be available for inspection at the show. 5. Individuals in lamb classes must have lamb teeth. Yearlings may have no more than 4 permanent teeth in evidence. 6. No combination of exhibitors in filling group classes will be allowed. 7. No exhibitor may enter more than two entries per class - one entry in group classes. 8. All sheep will be presented in show arena for judging. 9. Supreme Grand Champion Ewe will be selected from only ewe lambs and yearling ewes. 10. Exhibitors meal & meeting Monday, August 25, 5:30 pm.

BREEDING SHEEP CLASS B R W Yearling Ram (born on or after Sept. 1, two previous years ................................................. $12 $10 $9 1. Fall Ram Lamb (born on or after Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, previous year ..........................................................12 10 9 2. Spring Ram Lamb (born on or after Jan. 1, current year) ..................................................................... 12 10 9 3. Pair of Ram Lambs (classes 2 or 3 ............................................ 12 10 9 4. Champion Ram (winners of classes 1, 2, and 3 compete ........................................................................Rosette 5. Reserve Champion Ram ...................................................................Rosette 6. Yearling Ewe (born on or after Sept. 1, two previous years ....................................................................25 7. Pair of Yearling Ewes ................................................................... 12 10 9 8. Fall Ewe Lamb (born on or after Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, previous year ........................................................... 12 10 9

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1 PM | SHEEP ARENA B 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

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BREEDING SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP

Pee Wee – Anyone under the age of nine who would like to enter the contest may do so. They do not have to be entered in any other class in the fair. They do not have to own the animal. It may be borrowed from one entered in the show. All participants will receive a Washington County Fair T-Shirt. Junior – Those Junior exhibitors 9 years of age but not yet 14 who have not previously won the Junior Breeding Sheep Showmanship are eligible. Senior – Those Junior exhibitors 14 years of age and older who have not previously won the Senior Breeding Sheep Showmanship are eligible. Advanced Showmanship – Only those Junior exhibitors who have previously won the Senior Breeding Sheep Showmanship contest. Judging is on the basis of an exhibitor’s ability to properly train, fit and show sheep. Only exhibitors that participate in the junior sheep department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes with the exception of Pee Wee Showmanship.

MARKET LAMBS In Livestock Arena

Tuesday, 6 pm or 15 minutes following Meat Goat Show RULES 1. All lambs must have premise tags to be eligible to show. 2. Entries in the Market Lamb Classes are open to lambs of all breeds. No ram lambs will be shown. 3. Market Lambs must weigh a minimum of 80# to be eligible for competition. 4. Classes will be determined at the show, and will be based upon weight of animal. Equal numbers of lambs will be put into classes whenever possible; however, final decisions concerning classes will be made by the Superintendent. 5. Exhibitors are limited to three market lambs. 6. EXHIBITORS SHOULD DO THEIR OWN FITTING. Exhibitors should show their own lamb, unless they have more than 1 per class, then another lamb exhibitor from Washington County may show the extra lamb. 7. All market lambs will be checked for wool fungus & other communicable diseases following Exhibitor Meeting & meal. Lambs must be sheered prior to weigh-in. 8. Weigh-in Monday night at 6:00.

PREMIUMS:

Blue - First................................................................................................... $25 Red - Second ............................................................................................. $15 White - Third ............................................................................................. $10 Champion Market Lamb .......................................................................... $25 Reserve Grand Champion Market Lamb ............................................. $25 MARKET LAMB GROUP CLASSES 1. Pair of Market Lambs a. Pair of market lambs owned by one exhibitor. b. Must have been shown in market lamb show. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Premiums ............................................................... $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 2. Club or School Group of Market Lambs a. Open to any 4-H Club or FFA Chapter. b. Only 1 group from a school or club. c. Must have 5 market lambs per group. d. Must have minimum of 3 exhibitors per group. e. One exhibitor can own no more than 2 lambs in the group. f. Exhibitor cannot have lambs in more than one group. g. All exhibitors must be a member of group or club. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Premiums ............................................................. $30 $25 $20 $15 $10

WASHINGTON COUNTY BORN & BRED MARKET LAMB CLASS

Lambs must be born & bred in Washington County, have a premise ID tag from a Washington County flock, and a verification letter signed by the flock owner. The verification letter must be turned in at weigh-in. The verification will be a letter from the breeder with the farm premise number and signed by the breeder. Show will be immediately following the Market Lamb Show. The highest placing WCL out of each class will compete for Grand Reserve champion and must have been shown in Market Lamb Show. Grand Champion ................................................................................. Rosette Reserve Champion ................................................................................ Rosette

COMMERCIAL EWE LAMBS COMMERCIAL YEARLING LAMBS RULES 1. Junior division only. 2. Ewe lambs must have lamb teeth and be born on or after Jan. 1, of current year. 3. Yearling ewes can have no more than 2 permanent teethin evidence, and be born the previous year. 4. No exhibitor may enter more than two entries per class. 5. All ewes must be presented in show arena for judging. 6. Ewes must be inspected following the Exhibitor Meeting & Meal. 7. Must be owned by exhibitor at least 50 days prior to the fair date. 8. A commercial ewe may be a purebred or crossbred. 9. Ewes may be shown only as a commercial ewe, not as a market lamb or registered breeding ewe in the same year.

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MARKET LAMB SHOWMANSHIP

PEE WEE - Anyone under the age of nine who would like to enter this contest may do so. They do not have to be entered in any other class in the fair. They do not have to own the animal. It may be borrowed from one entered in the show. All participants will receive a Washington County Fair T-Shirt. JUNIOR - Those Junior exhibitors nine years old but not yet 14 years old who HAVE NOT previously won the Jr. Market Lamb County Showmanship Contest are eligible. SENIOR - Those Junior exhibitors 14 years of age and older (and Juniors who HAVE WON previous Junior contest) who HAVE NOT previously won the Senior Market Lamb County Showmanship Contest are eligible. ADVANCED SHOWMANSHIP - Only those Junior exhibitors who have previously won the Senior Showmanship contest. Judging is on the basis of an exhibitor’s ability to properly train, fit and show sheep. Only exhibitors that participate in the junior department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes with the exception of Pee Wee Showmanship.

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LADIES AND GENTS LEAD CLASS FRIDAY, AUGUST 29 | 6:30 PM

TINY TOTS DIVISION (8 - UNDER) JR. DIVISION (AGE 9 -13) | SR. DIVISION (AGE 14 -18)

RULES 1. Sheep must be either registered ewes or market lambs. No rams will be entered. 2. Exhibitors must wear a garment made of 50% or more wool. Garment may be bought or made. 3. Points will be awarded as follows: 15 - Fitting of Animal First - Blue Ribbon - $25.00 20- Showmanship Second - Red Ribbon - $15.00 65 - Personal appearance and garment Third - White Ribbon - $10.00 4. Entries should be made on pre-entry form. 5. Written commentaries describing contestants’ garment and lambs decoration are required at time of market show. 6. Jr./Sr. division may be divided differently to accommodate equal participants.

AWARDS

Grand Champion Market Lamb Belt Buckle ..................................... Cavender’s Western Outfitters Reserve Champion Market Lamb...................................... Sarah Wright Market Lamb Class Winners .................................... Harlow Club Lambs Grand Champion Washington County Born & Bred ............................................... Farm Credit Services Reserve Grand Champion Washington County Born & Bred ..........................................Garner Meat Processing Special Award $10 ............................................. Bethel Grove 4-H Club Pee Wee Showmanship.......................................Mike & Valerie Hudlow Junior Showmanship......................... Hattie Anastasio & Denise Trotter Senior Showmanship ............................................................. Walker’s Ark Advanced Showmanship .......................................................... In Memory of Bobbie Arthur & Dr. Nolan Arthur Breeding Sheep Awards ............................................. Winfield Solutions SoMo Feeds Dan Prier – CPA Ranalli Farms Equipments Wright’s Farm Show Lambs Good Housekeeping Individual Country Vet Service, Dr. Tim O’Neill Good Housekeeping Club ................................................. Dr. Tim O’Neill Pee Wee Ladies & Gents Wool Lead Class ............................................ Flowers & Friends, Prairie Grove Junior Ladies & Gents Wool Lead Class ................Halbert Vet Supply Senior Ladies & Gents Wool Lead Class ................................. Dr. Allen Thompson – Farmington Vet Clinic

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DIVISION E JUNIOR

E

POULTRY

SUPERINTENDENT -JACKIE UHER ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT - AMANDA BROMLEY RULES: 1. Pre-registration of all birds is required by Aug 1. This will allow for better cage spacing and will keep all birds of the same breed together. Must use poultry entry form. 2. All chain/commercial birds must be in place by Friday, August 22 at 9:00pm and must be picked up by Saturday, August 23 at 12:00pm. 3. All exhibits must be in place by Monday, August 25, 8:00pm, and must remain in place until 8:00pm, Saturday, August 30 or Sunday, August 31, 8 - 10am. See release schedule on page 6. 4. Individuals will be allowed to make ONLY ONE entry in each class if pens are available. If only one entry is made in a class, this entry will be judged for prize money depending on qualiďŹ cation. Exhibitor cannot enter more than one breed per class. CLASS A - BROILERS 1st 2nd 3rd 1. Pen of broilers, 3 (chain) birds, either sex............ $15 $10 $5 2. Pen of commercial birds (birds from a commercial broiler house) shown by aJunior exhibitor, 3 birds, either sex, (5-7 lbs .........................................................................15 10 5 CLASS B - PULLET CHAIN BIRDS Classes 1 and 2 have a limit of one entry per exhibitor. 1. Pen of 3 leghorn white pullets ..................................... 15 2. Pen of 3 gold sex links .................................................. 15

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Exhibitor cannot enter more than one breed per class. All birds, chain or other, must be blood tested within 90 days of fair. 7. All chain birds must be kept and cared for at exhibitors residence and there will be no splitting of batches. 8. Entries in all classes except A-1 and A-2 shall meet the requirements of the American Standard of Perfection. 9. No birds can be re-arranged in any manner after entry into the Poultry Building. 10. All Chain Broilers will be banded at 1 day of age – and must have original band still on bird, when entered in Broiler Show.

separately, then combined for pen awards. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 1. Young hen (less than 26 weeks of age) ................................................ 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 2. Best Pen (2 hens)best two birds shown by one exhibitor .............................................. 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 3. Grand Champion (either sex, any breed .............................Rosette 4. Reserve Champion (either sex, any breed) ..........................Rosette CLASS E - TURKEYS Open to following breeds: white holland, bronze and AOV. 1. Young tom (less than 26 weeks of age) ................................................ 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 2. Young hen (less than 26 weeks of age) ................................................ 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 3. Grand Champion (either sex, any breed) ............................Rosette 4. Reserve Champion (either sex, any breed) ..........................Rosette CLASS F - STANDARD - NO PULLET CHAIN BIRDS PAST OR PRESENT ALLOWED, DUE TO LACK OF SPACE. Any breed recognized in the Standard of Perfection 1st 2nd 3rd 1. Cock (male over 1 year)........................................... 5 4 3 2. Hen (female over 1 year).......................................... 5 4 3 3. Cockerel (male under 1 year) ................................. 5 4 3 4. Pullet (female under 1 year)..................................... 5 4 3


CLASS G - BANTAMS Any breed recognized in the Standard of Perfection 1st 2nd 3rd 1. Cock (male over 1 year)..........................................$5 $4 $3 2. Cockerel (male under 1 year) ................................. 5 4 3 3. Hen (female over 1 year)......................................... 5 4 3 4. Pullet (female under 1 year).................................... 5 4 3

All chain birds must be blood tested for exhibition at the Fair.

CLASS H - TRIOS Any breed recognized in the Standard of Perfection 1. Young Trio (1 male and 2 females, under 1 year old) ............................................................ 5 2. Old Trio (1 male and 2 females, over 12 months old)........................................................ 5

GRAND CHAMPIONS Trophy Sponsored by Turkey .............................................................. Haegele Family Leghorn Pullets ........................................ College Shoe Shop Gold Sex Link Pullets ......................................... Lewis Family Standard .............................................................. Lewis Family Bantam ................................. Hand in Hand Learning Center Broilers ...............................................................Chicken Holler Commercial Broilers .............................. College Shoe Shep Commercial Turkey ....................................... Haegele Family

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4-H SPONSORED PROGRAM

These spring day-old Leghorn and Golden Sex Link pullets were purchased by Pullet Chain participants in the county. Each member agreed to feed and care for the pullets under theCooperative Extension Service and to return 3 out of 20 Golden Sex Links or 3 out of 25 White Leghorns for exhibiting at the Washington County Fair. All Pullets will go home with the exhibitor and it is the exhibitors responsibility to sell the pullets if so desired. All Pullets will be vaccinated throughout the growing period and will just be coming into production. All chain birds must be kept and cared for at the exhibitors residence and there will be no sharing of batches.

The participants are to return top quality pullets - no culls accepted and they must be in place at the fairgrounds by 9:00 pm, Friday, August 23. Please contact the superintendent of the Poultry Division if you are interested in purchasing the above mentioned pullets. If you purchase pullets from this program – you will have to pick up from exhibitor.

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DIVISION D

SWINE

JUNIOR

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SUPERINTENDENT -JERRY MOYER 479-236-1668 | jerry.p.moyer@gmail.com

RULES: In addition to the Health Requirements on page

Tagging will occur at the Country Vet Summer Health Clinic and other select clinics. Dates to be announced. We will not be visiting individual homes/farms for bio-security reasons.

22 and General Jr. Livestock rules: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

All Swine MUST have a premise tag from the farm they were born. 4-H or FFA premise tags can NO longer be used. NO EXCEPTIONS! Once tagged or registered, hogs cannot be changed from registered or market. They must show how they were ďŹ rst tagged. Shavings only will be used for bedding. No water in pens. No use of wash racks during weigh-in. Final decisions, relative to Swine Department will be made by the Swine Superintendents.

BREEDING HOGS RULES: 1. 2.

Copy of registration papers must accompany entry form. Breeds Recognized - Duroc, Poland China, Hampshire, Spotted Poland China, Yorkshire, Berkshire, Chester.

CLASS B R W 1. Boar farrowed during January 2014................ $12 $10 $9 2. Boar farrowed during February 2014.................12 10 9 3. Boar farrowed during March 2014 ......................12 10 9 4. Boar farrowed during April 2014 ........................12 10 9 5. Champion Boar ................................................................. Rosette 6. Reserve Champion Boar .................................................. Rosette 7. Gilt farrowed during January 2014.................... 12 10 9 8. Gilt farrowed during February 2014 ................. 12 10 9 9. Gilt farrowed during March 2014....................... 12 10 9 10. Gilt farrowed during April 2014 ......................... 12 10 9 11. Champion Gilt ...................................................................Rosette 12. Reserve Champion Gilt ....................................................Rosette

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MARKET HOGS RULES: 1.

All market hogs must be tagged 60 days prior to the fair and MUST have premise tag at this time. Tagging will be at Country Vet Clinic in Farmington, AR. 2. Ownership and breed of animal must be declared when ear tagged. 3. Maximum weight will be 280 lbs. 4. No Re-weighs will be allowed. No Exceptions! B R W Class Placings ...........................................................$25 $15 $10 Grand Champion Market Barrow or Gilt............................................................................Rosette Res. Grand Champion Market Barrow or Gilt ............................................................ Rosette

SHOWMANSHIP

SHOWMANSHIP PEE WEE - Anyone 8 years and under, day of the show, who would like to enter this contest may do so. They do not have to be entered in any other class in the fair. They do not have to own the animal. It may be borrowed from one entered in the show. All participants will receive a Washington County Fair T-shirt.

SHOWMANSHIP JUNIOR - All Junior exhibitors 9 years through 13 years old, day of show, who have not won the contest previously. *Grand Champion Showman will receive a trophy donated by Moore Farms - Ralph & Reba Moore Family in memory of Glenn Moore, former swine superintendent and WCF board member. They will also receive a Belt Buckle in memory of Forrest Grams, former exhibitor. SHOWMANSHIP SENIOR - All junior exhibitors 14 years of age and older, day of show, including previous Junior and Senior winners.* Grand Champion Sr. Showman will receive a trophy donated by Allen & Cindy Moore - Moore Valley Farms, Inc.. *Only exhibitors that exhibit in the junior department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes. Market and Breeding exhibitors will show together in one combined showmanship show.

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DIVISION HH JUNIOR

MEAT GOATS

Tuesday, August 26 | 2pm Breeding followed by Market Show

SUPERINTENDENT - DONNIE & BRANDI WILHITE wilhite69@msn.com | (479) 848-0566

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT - DALE HILL dale@hillark.com | (479) 871-3017

BREEDING

MARKET

RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

This show is open to Boer Meat goats and only ribbons will be given for these classes. Purebred classes will be for goats that are 87% and higher. Percentage classes will be for 50%-87%. Animals entered in the breeding class must be registered in the exhibitors name. Registration certificates must be shown to the Superintendents at check-in, and the animal must wear the association ear tag or the breeders ear tag. No copies accepted. All goats must be tagged with a scrapie identification tag upon arrival at the fair grounds. Goats must be tagged for ownership 60 days prior to the show. Tagging dates June 28, 9am - 10am and June 26, 7pm - 8pm. Both tagging dates will be outside the fair gates. Call Donnie Wilhite 841-3937 or Brandi Wilhite 848-0566. Exhibitors may not enter more than two entries per class. Pens will be assigned upon check-in. No painting allowed. Exhibitors must bring shaving. No straw or hay allowed. Any decisions concerning classes, pens and/or registrations will be made by the superintendents. Check-in for registered goats will be Monday night 6pm - 6:45pm. Classes will be divided by age groups and, if possible, percentage and purebred will be divided. Final decisions concerning classes will be made by the superintendents.

We will attempt to divide into the following classes, however final decisions will be made at the show. Percentage and Purebred could be combined and age groups could be changed if needed. Superintendents will make final decisions concerning classes.

RULES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

This show is open to Market Meat Goats 3/4 or more Meat Goat breeding. Must have all their baby teeth. Junior entries only. NO bucks, only females or neutered males. Must be banded, not crimped, by tagging date. Goats must be tagged for ownership 60 days prior to the show. Tagging dates Saturday, June 26, 9am - 10am and Tuesday, June 28, 7pm 8pm. Call Donnie Wilhite 841-3937 or Brandi Wilhite 848-0566 for official tagging. Horns must be tipped to dime size prior to entry on fair grounds or animals will be disqualified. Minimum 40# weight requirement. Must be tagged with scrapies tag. No painting. Must lead, no bracing. Weigh-in is Monday night 7:00pm - 8:00pm. Show is Tuesday at 2pm. Goats will be divided equally into classes according to weight. Superintendents will have final say. All pens assigned by superintendents. Exhibitors must bring shaving. No straw or hay allowed.

RIBBONS Blue .........................................................................................................$12 Red..........................................................................................................$11 White .....................................................................................................$10 CHAMPION ..................................................................................... Rosette RESERVE ........................................................................................... Rosette

SHOWMANSHIP

Sign ups for showmanship will be Monday night at check-in. CLASS

1. Purebred Doe Kids 0-4 months 2. Purebred Doe Kids 5-8 months 3. Purebred Doe Kids 9-12 months 4. Purebred Doe Sr. 36 months and over 5 Purebred Buck Kids 0-4 months 6. Percentage Doe Kids 0-4 months 7. Percentage Doe Kids 5-8 months 8. Percentage Doe Kids 9-12 months 9. Percentage Doe Yearlings 12-16 months 10. Percentage Doe Yearlings 16-20 months 11. Percentage Buck Kids 0-4 months

Pee Wee Showmanship - anyone under the age of 9 who would like to enter this contest may do so. They do not have to be entered in any other class in the fair. They do not have to own the animal. It may be borrowed from one entered in the show. All participants will receive a Washington County Fair T-Shirt. Junior Showmanship - All junior exhibitors under 14 years old who have NOT won the contest previously. Award. Senior Showmanship - All junior exhibitors 14 years and over who have NOT won the contest previously. Award. Best Pen Award will be given to the most creative pen design/decoration.

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DIVISION II

DAIRY GOATS SUPERINTENDENTS - BOBBY MOSTELLER & DON HATFEILD (479) 530-8582

RULES: 1. 2. 3.

4. 5.

6.

This show is open to Alpines, LaManchas, Nubians, Oberhasli, Saanens, Toggenburgs, Recorded Grades, Grade dairy, Sable and Nigerian Dwarf goats. The base date for computing ages is the date of the show. In regular classes more than two may be entered, however, no exhibitor will be permitted to win more than two places in any one class. Exhibitors are limited to one entry in group and special classes. Females only will be shown. No bucks over 2 months old on fairgrounds. Animals will be checked in with the Superintendent Tuesday, 12:00. Certificates of registration ownership will be checked at this time. Tattoos may be checked at any time. No goat over 6 months of age may be entered or shown without an official certificate. Goats under 6 months of age may enter and show with stamped copy of registration or recordation pending. There will be a pre-show milkout at 8:00pm, Tuesday under the supervision of the superintendent and/or appointed

CLASS

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th JUNIOR DOES (Does under 24 months of age that have never freshened) 1. Junior kid, under 3 months ............................... $12 $10 $9 $7 $6 2. Intermediate kid, 3 months and under 5 months ............................................... 12 10 9 7 6 3. Senior kid, 5 months and under 7 months ......... 12 10 9 7 6 4. Winter kid, 7 months and under 12 months .... 12 10 9 7 6 5. Junior yearling, 12 months and under 18 months ............................................ 12 10 9 7 6 6. Senior yearling, 18 months and under 24 months ............................................ 12 10 9 7 6 7. Junior Champion Doe and Reserve Champion Doe ................................................................................ Rosette 8. Junior Get of Sire, 3 junior does the get of one sire, borrowing allowed ................................ 12 10 9 7 6 9. Junior Best 3 Females, 3 junior does bred and owned by one exhibitor........................................ 12 10 9 7 6 10. Best Junior Doe in Show (all breeds together .......................... Rosette

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

JUNIOR Wednesday, August 27, 8:30 am

committee. Goats not milked out will beunable to show. Rules of the American Dairy Goat Association will apply in cases not covered by rules and regulations herein. All breeds will be judged separately and classes shown below will be applied to each of the ten breeds, recorded grades and grades with the exception of special classes. All animals in the special classes must have been entered in regular classes and owned by exhibitor, except where borrowing is allowed. Exhibitors must provide hay and grain for their animal(s). Exhibitor is responsible for daily feeding and supplying clean water for their animal(s). No horned animals will be allowed. Animals must have been owned by exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to the fair. Livestock Department Junior Class Rules (Page 37) also apply with the exception of number one. Registration certificates must be available for inspection at the show, and animals must be clearly marked with tattoos.

SENIOR DOES (any doe that has ever freshened or is being milked regularly.) CLASS 1st 2nd 3rd 11. Does under 2 years, has freshened.........................$18 $15 $12 12. Does under 2 years to under 3 years....................... 18 15 12 13. Does 3 years to under 4 years .................................. 18 15 12 14. Does 4 years to under 5 years .................................. 18 15 12 15. Aged does 5 years and over ..................................... 18 15 12 16. Senior Champion & Reserve Champion Doe ...........................................................................Rosette 17. Senior Get of Sire, 3 senior does the get of one sire, borrowing allowed ............................................................................ 18 15 12 18. Senior Dam and Daughter, both senior does, borrowing allowed ........................................................18 15 12 19. Best Senior Doe in Show (all breeds together) .......................Trophy SPECIAL CLASSES - All breeds together 20. Produce of Dam, 2 does any age 18 21. Prospect Dairy Herd, does, at least 2 does in milk, the other your choice....................................................... 18 22. Best Udder ....................................................................... 18

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DAIRY GOATS CONTINUED... SHOWMANSHIP

PEE WEE SHOWMANSHIP - Anyone under the age of 9 who would like to enter this contest may do so. They do not have to be entered in any other class in the fair. They do not have to own the animal. It may be borrowed from one entered in the show. All participants will receive a Washington County Fair T-shirt. JUNIOR, SENIOR AND ADVANCED SHOWMANSHIP - All exhibitors will be judged on ability to properly train, fit and show their goat. Exhibitors should do their own fitting. The animals must be owned by the exhibitor and shown in the Junior Division. JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP - All Junior exhibitors under 14 years old who have not won the contest previously - Award SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP - All Junior exhibitors 14 and over including previous Junior Showmanship winners - Award ADVANCED SHOWMANSHIP - Any Junior exhibitor, through the age of 19, who has won Senior Showmanship - Award SECTION A - Alpine SECTION B - LaMancha SECTION C - Nubian SECTION D - Oberhasli SECTION E - Saanen

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ION DIVIS JJ-A JUNIO

R

RABBITS

SUPERINTENDENT - JOHN & KIM ROBINSON kim.robinson@windstream.net | (479) 684-9627

Saturday, August 23, 1:00 pm

All rabbits must be registered by August 1, 2014. No entries accepted on day of show.

SECTION B - 6 CLASS RABBITS

A Beautiful Bunny Contest will be held on Saturday, August 23. The contest will begin at 12:00pm. The contest is open to any youth exhibitor who purchases or makes a costume for their rabbit. Entries will be judged according to age of the exhibitor (Cloverbud, Junior and Senior).

American, Giant Angora, Bevern, Californian, Champagne De Argent, Checkered Giant, Giant and American Chinchilla, Cinnamon, Creme De Argent, Flemish Giant, Hotot, English Lop, French Lop, New Zealand, Palomino, Satin and Silver Fox. 1. Sr. Buck (over 8 months of age) 2. Sr. Doe (over 8 months of age) 3. Intermediate Buck (6-8 months of age) 4. Intermediate Doe (6-8 months of age) 5. Jr. Buck (less that 6 months of age) 6. Jr. Doe (less that 6 months of age)

RULES:

SECTION C

Judging will be Saturday, August 24, 1:00pm

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rabbits will only be accepted11 am- 12:00 pm, Saturday, August 23. All rabbits must be the property of the exhibitor, disease free, no ear mites or sore hocks. All rabbits must be permanently tattooed in the left ear. All Best of Variety, Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex breed must remain for the duration of fair. Rabbits will be cared for with responsibility for feed, water and reasonable precautions for the safety and welfare by the superintendents. Any rabbit left in the barn after midnight Saturday, August 30, becomes property of the Washington County Fair, unless other written arrangements are made with the barn superintendent. Rabbits release time is 8:00pm - 9:00pm through the livestock gate.

SECTION A - 4 CLASS RABBITS

American Fuzzy Lop, American Sable, English Angora, French Angora, Satin Angora, Britannia Petite, Standard Chinchilla, Dutch, Dwarf Hotot, English Spot, Florida White, Harlequin, Havana, Himalayan, Jersey Wooley, Lilac, Holland Lop, Mini Lop, Polish, Netherland Dwarf, Rex, Mini Rex, Rhinelander, Silver, Silver Martin, and Tan. 1. Sr. Buck (over 6 months of age) 2. Sr. Doe (over 6 months of age) 3. Jr. Buck (under 6 months of age) 4. Jr. Doe (under 6 months of age)

1. Meat Pens (Pens shall consist of three rabbits all the same breed and variety. Age limit of pens is under 10 weeks. Each rabbit should weigh under 5 lbs.) 2. Fryers (Any breed rabbit under 10 weeks of age, and weighing under 5 lbs.) 3. Doe and litter (Litter at least 5 weeks of age.) 4. Awards given to each class winner.

AWARDS

POINTS 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 1. Section C Entries .........................................$8 $7 $6 $5 $ 4 2. Five entries or more in a class ....................... 5 4 3 2 1 3. One to ďŹ ve entries in a class .................................. 4 3 2 1 4. Trophies for Best 4 Class, and Best 6 Class. * 5. Trophy for Best in Show, and Best of Best Opposites.

RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP

1. CLOVERBUDS (All exhibitors under 9) 2. PRE-JUNIOR CLASS (All exhibitors 9 to 10) 3. JUNIOR CLASS (All exhibitors 10 to 12) 4. INTERMEDIATE CLASS (All exhibitors 12 to 14) 5. SENIOR CLASS (Exhibitors 14 and over) Awards will be awarded to each class winner.

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RABBITS CONTINUED... **NEW TATTOOS: Meat Pens and Single Fryers are required to have a special Washington County Fair tattoo in the right ear (this tattooing provided by Rabbit Barn superindentendant only). In the left ear rabbits must have an individual rabbit identiďŹ cation number (this tattoo issued by the exhibitor). **ONLY TATTOO LOCATION for special meat pen & fryer tattooing: At the Washington County Fair Rabbit barn Saturday, July 19 from 10am - 2pm AND Thursday, July 24 from 6pm -8pm. **NEW DUAL ENTRY: Rabbits entered in the Single Fryer Competition CANNOT be entered as part of a Meat Pen trio.

THE DON HAHN AWARD

This award is to honor Don Hahn for his work as Superintendent of Rabbits at the Washington County Fair for over 25 years. This is a quality point award. Each youth will be awarded points for a maximum of 6 rabbits. Best in Show = 10 points Best 4 Class = 8 points Best 6 Class = 8 points Best of Best Opposites = 9 points Best of Group or Variety = 7 points Best Opposite of Group or Variety = 6 points

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DIVISION JJ-B JUNIOR

RABBITS

SUPERINTENDENT - KIM & JOHN ROBINSON kim.robinson@windstream.net | (479) 684-9627 This division is for pet rabbits or mixed breeding only. No purebred rabbit may be entered in this division. Judging will be Saturday, August 23, 2014.

RULES: 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

7.

Limit 2 rabbits per class. Exhibitors must be under 19 years of age and live in Washington County. All rabbits must be the property of the exhibitor, disease free, no ear mites or sore hocks. All rabbits must be permanently tattooed in the left ear. Tattooing available at check-in at a charge of $5.00 per tattoo. Tattooing clinics will be available prior to the fair. Contact superintendent. All class winners in the pet division must remain in place for the duration of fair. (Depending on available space.) Rabbits will be cared for with responsibility for feed, water and reasonable precautions for thesafety and welfare by the superintendents. Any rabbit left in the barn after midnight Saturday, August 31 becomes property of theWashington County Fair, unless other written arrangements are made with the barn superintendent. Rabbits release time is 8:00pm - 9:00pm through the livestock gate. Entries are divided into lop rabbits (ears falling down on side of head) and standard rabbits (ears standing upright on head).

SECTION A

Small Pet Rabbits (weighing under 6 lbs.) 1. Lop Sr. Buck (over 6 months) 2. Lop Sr. Doe (over 6 months) 3. Lop Jr. Buck (under 6 months) 4. Lop Jr. Doe (under 6 months) 5. Standard Sr. Buck (over 6 months) 6. Standard Sr. Doe (over 6 months) 7. Standard Jr. Buck (under 6 months) 8. Standard Jr. Doe (under 6 months)

SECTION B

Large Pet Rabbits (weighing over 6 lbs.) 1. Lop Sr. Buck (over 6 months) 2. Lop Sr. Doe (over 6 months) 3. Lop Jr. Buck (under 6 months) 4. Lop Jr. Doe (under 6 months) 5. Standard Sr. Buck (over 6 months) 6. Standard Sr. Doe (over 6 months) 7. Standard Jr. Buck (under 6 months) 8. Standard Jr. Doe (under 6 months)

AWARDS POINTS

1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH

1. Five entries or more in a class ........................................... $5 2. One to ďŹ ve entries in a class ......................................... $4

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ADULT

HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT RULES

SUPERINTENDENT CANDES WILSON

479-841-1577 • candes70@yahoo.com

Exhibits must be entered on Saturday, August 23, between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The only exceptions are entries in the Food Preparation department, which will be entered 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon on Monday of fair week. Exhibits are to be checked out between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., Sunday, August 31. The FAIR ASSOCIATION IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ARTICLES LEFT AFTER 4:00 p.m. ON SUNDAY. All exhibits remaining on the fairgrounds after that time will become the property of the Washington County Fair Association to be disposed of as it sees fit. Personal entry card must be filled out and presented when entering items in Thompson Hall, Adult Division. Pre-numbered entry cards are available at the information desk table. No premiums will be paid to exhibitors not turning in entry card (example on page 170.) ALL WORTHY EXHIBITS RECEIVE A BLUE, RED, OR WHITE RIBBON AS DETERMINED BY THE JUDGES, AND PREMIUM MONEY AS DESIGNATED IN THE CATALOG. IN ADDITION, SPECIFIED GRAND CHAMPION EXHIBITS WILL BE SELECTED FOR EACH DIVISION AND AWARDED A ROSETTE RIBBON AND AN EXTRA $5.00 IN PREMIUM MONEY. All exhibits shall be governed by the general rules unless otherwise stated. Rules and instructions unique to each division are listed at the beginning of that division’s section of the catalog. All space in Thompson Hall Adult Building will be assigned by the General Superintendent who has the right to move exhibits, if in the best interest of the fair. Articles should be in new condition and never before exhibited at any county fair. Soiled articles, unsealed canned foods or those in non-standard jars, pictures not properly equipped for display, and other articles that fail to meet the standards and instructions listed in the catalog will not be judged.

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT GLENDA SAMUELS samsrv@yahoo.com

Exhibitor must be a resident of Washington County or a member of an Extension Homemakers Club in the county. A. Exhibits must be entered in the name of the person making them. B. Exhibitor must use the same name on all exhibits shown throughout the fair. C. Designations for special classes of exhibitors will be denoted on entry tags as follows: S—Senior Citizen (age 80 and older) H—Handicapped P—Professional (one who is in the business of producing and selling the type of article being exhibited) D. These designations will be considered by judges when determining premium awards. Professional exhibitors are not eligible for the Grand Champion awards. Two (2) entries are permitted per class with the exclusion of the Photography, Table Setting, and Educational Booths divisions. Entries must be in a different pattern or variety to be entered into the same class. Entries must remain on exhibit in the division entered, and cannot be a part of an additional exhibit to be judged. (Example: an individual entry cannot also be a part of a group entry or exhibit). Only required personnel with special designated nametags will be allowed in the building during judging. Since judging in Thompson Hall will begin before the 12 noon deadline for entering exhibits in the Food Preparation division, those exhibitors are asked to go directly to that area to check in their exhibits, and then to leave the building immediately. No junior may compete in the adult division. The “OTHER” class is only for entries that will not fit in any other class. In order to accommodate new areas of interest, if as many as 3 exhibitors enter the same type of article under the “OTHER” class, a separate class will be set up. Premium money will be awarded for all exhibits. No person can act as judge of a class in which he or she is an exhibitor.

SWEEPSTAKES AWARD

The Fair Association will present an award of $25 for first place and $15 for second place to the Extension Homemakers Clubs whose members accumulate the most total points on individual entries in the home economics department. Points will be equal to premium dollars earned. If a member of multiple clubs, the exhibitor must choose 1 club. The current EHC Membership list in the Extension office will be used. Use the form on the previous page for the EHC High Point Club Award. Extension Homemakers Council will present an award of $20.00 for the individual exhibitor with the most points. In the event of a tie, the money will be divided equally between the winners.

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DIVISION

CLOTHING CHAIRMAN- LENNIS LEDBETTER

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ADULT

COMMITTEE: Gayle Bragg, Joan Wimberly,

Penny Ayers, & Abby Seigler RULES In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: Exhibitor must provide own coat hangers, and cover (if desired). Exhibitor must remove any personal identification. Soiled items will not be judged. SPECIAL AWARDS The Catherine Hatfield Memorial Award, sponsored by the Washington County Extension Homemakers Council, is a cash award of $10 presented to the Grand Champion. The Washington County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee will present Sweepstakes Awards of $25, $20, and $15 to the three persons having the highest number of points in the adult clothing department, with a minimum of 5 points to qualify. Points will be equal to premium money earned. Members of the Farm Bureau Women’s Committee are not eligible.

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SECTION 1 — HOME SEWN FASHIONS, GENERAL B R W CLASS 1. Kitchen Apron.................................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Fancy Apron .......................................................................3 2 1 3. Vest (Man or Woman) ......................................................3 2 1 4. Pullover Top ........................................................................3 2 1 5. Blouse...................................................................................3 2 1 6. Shirt, Tailored .....................................................................3 2 1 7. Slacks ...................................................................................3 2 1 8. Shorts ...................................................................................3 2 1 9. Capri....................................................................................3 2 1 10. Skirt ......................................................................................3 2 1 11. Jumper .................................................................................3 2 1 12. Casual Dress .......................................................................3 2 1 13. Two-Piece Dress .................................................................3 2 1 14. Best Dress ..........................................................................3 2 1 15. Robe or Housecoat ............................................................3 2 1 16. Gown or Pajamas ..............................................................3 2 1 17. Slip, Half-Slip, or Camisole .............................................3 2 1 18. Panties .................................................................................3 2 1 19. Fancy Collar .......................................................................3 2 1 20. Formal Dress (long or short) ............................................4 3 2 21. Jacket ..................................................................................4 3 2 22. Tailored Blazer ..................................................................6 4 2 23. Tailored Suit (Man or Woman) .......................................6 4 2 24. Coat .....................................................................................6 4 2 25. Heirloom Sewing ...............................................................6 4 2 26. Accessories..........................................................................3 2 1 27. Shirt, Non-tailored ............................................................3 2 1 28. Re-purposed item ..............................................................3 2 1 29. Designed garment (not judged on sewing technique) ..................................3 2 1 30. Other ...................................................................................3 2 1 31. Farm Bureau Sew with Cotton Blue Ribbon Eligibility for State Contest See Page 22 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 — CHILDREN’S AND INFANT’S FASHIONS & ACCESSORIES B R W CLASS 32. Girls Best Dress ............................................................... $3 $2 $1 33. Girls School Dress .............................................................3 2 1 34. Pre School Dress (size 4-6)..............................................3 2 1 35. Shorts ...................................................................................3 2 1 36. Pants.....................................................................................3 2 1 37. Shirt ......................................................................................3 2 1

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SECTION 3 — QUILTED FASHIONS, APPLIQUE, & SPECIALTY Note: This section may incorporate some ready-made clothing into the finished garment, but must include some sewing by exhibitor. Otherwise it should be entered in the craft department. B R W CLASS 57. Hand Quilted garment .................................................. $3 $2 $1 58. Machine Quilted garment ...............................................3 2 1 59. Hand Appliqué ..................................................................3 2 1 60. Machine Appliqué .............................................................3 2 1 61. Patchwork or Pieced Fashions .........................................3 2 1 62. Smocking .............................................................................3 2 1 63. Sweatshirt Fashions ...........................................................3 2 1 64. T-shirt Fashions ...................................................................3 2 1 65. Fun/Fad Fashions...............................................................3 2 1 66. Other ...................................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION ................................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


DIVISION L ADULT

HOME FURNISHING QUILTS CHAIRMAN- KATHA CARTER

COMMITTEE: Adele Atha, Carolyn Gaskill, Stella Day

SPECIAL AWARDS

Best of Show/Grand Champion $50.00 Gift Certificate ....................................................................................... Awarded by Sager Creek Quilts Judges Choice $50.00 Gift Certificate ........................................................................................................................... Awarded by The Rabbit’s Lair Best Hand Quilting $25 Gift Certificate ................................................................................................................ Awarded by Empty Spools Quilters (IN MEMORY OF DEBBI ALLEN & CHARLOTTE HANNAN) Best Machine Quilting $25 Gift Certificate ................................................................................................................... Awarded by The Rabbit’s Lair Best Machine Quilting (non-professional) $25 Gift Certificate ............................................................................. Awarded by Sager Creek Quilts Best Hand Appliqué $25 Gift Certificate....................................................................................................................... Awarded by The Rabbit’s Lair Best Machine Appliqué $25 Cash Award..........................................................................................................Awarded by Q.U.I.L.T. Guild of NWA Best Use of Color $25 Cash Award ....................................................................................................................Awarded by Q.U.I.L.T. Guild of NWA Best Hand Quilted Quilt $10 Cash Award ............................................ Awarded by Growing 59er’s EH Club (IN MEMORY OF PATSY JAMES)

RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. Provide name of pattern, if known 2. Personal identification should be covered. (Please do not use straight pins.) 3. A quilted item should consist of a basic fabric sandwich: a top, batting and backing unless otherwise specified in certain sections below.

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SECTION 1 — BED QUILTS—HAND QUILTED (Total circumference is 280” or larger. Longest side must be at least 80”) B R W CLASS 1. Quilt made from a kit ......................................................... $4 $3 $2 2. Pieced Quilt .............................................................................6 4 2 3. Hand Appliquéd Quilt ...........................................................6 4 2 4. Machine Appliquéd Quilt .....................................................6 4 2 5. Embroidered quilt...................................................................6 4 2 6. Other Techniques (mixed techniques, 4 2 whole cloth, cathedral window) ....................................................... 6 7. Other Methods ........................................................................4 3 2 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 — BED QUILTS—MACHINE QUILTED (Total circumference is 280” or larger. Longest side must be at least 80”) B R W CLASS 8. Pieced, quilted by individual ............................................ $6 $4 $2 9. Pieced, quilted by professional ...........................................6 4 2 10. Hand Appliqué, quilted by individual ................................6 4 2 11. Hand Appliqué, quilted by professional............................6 4 2 12. Machine Appliqué, quilted by individual ..........................6 4 2 13. Machine Appliqué, quilted by professional ......................6 4 2 14. Other Techniques (mixed techniques, whole cloth, cathedral window) ...........................................4 3 2 15. Other Methods ........................................................................4 3 2 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3 — WALL HANGINGS—DESIGNED TO HANG ON WALL (Measurements refer to total circumference) B R W CLASS 16. Miniature –Small scale of larger pattern (total circumference is less than 72”).............................. $3 $2 $1 17. Small pieced, Hand or machine quilted (total less than 96”) ..............................................................3 2 1 18. Small Hand Appliqué, Hand or machine quilted (less than 96”) ........................................................................3 2 1 19. Small Machine Appliqué, Hand or machine quilted (less than 96”) ...........................................................3 2 1 20. Large Pieced, Hand or machine quilted (total less than 240”) ............................................................3 2 1 21. Large Hand Appliqué, Hand or machine quilted (less than 240”) .....................................................................3 2 1 22. Large Machine Appliqué, Hand or machine quilted (less than 240”)........................................................3 2 1 23. Wall Hanging made from a kit ...........................................3 2 1 24. Other Wall Hanging (Embroidered, Cathedral Window, Whole Cloth) .....................................3 2 1 CHAMPION..............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 4 — QUILT TOPS, QUILT BLOCKS, & NOVELTY B R W CLASS 25. Quilt top—Hand appliqué or hand embroidered ............................................................. $3 $2 $1 26. Quilt top—Machine appliqué .............................................3 2 1 27. Quilt top—Hand pieced .......................................................3 2 1 28. Quilt top—Machine pieced .................................................3 2 1 29. Appliqué quilt block—hand or machine appliquéd ...............................................................3 2 1 30. Pieced quilt block—hand or machine pieced...................3 2 1 31. Embroidered quilt block—hand or machine embroidered ..........................................................................3 2 1 32. Novelty (hand painted block, novelty block, doll quilt, other) .........................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 64

SECTION 5 — BABY QUILTS—(Crib Size or Smaller) CLASS B R W 33. Appliqué, hand or machine quilted ................................. $3 $2 $1 34. Pieced, hand or machine quilted.........................................3 2 1 35. Embroidered, hand or machine quilted .............................3 2 1 36. Other Techniques (whole cloth, tacked/tied, pre-printed panel).................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 6 — LAP QUILTS, THROWS (Total circumference is no larger than 300”, longest side is less than 80”) B R W CLASS 37. Appliquéd, hand quilted .................................................... $3 $2 $1 38. Appliquéd, machine quilted by individual ........................3 2 1 39. Appliquéd, machine quilted by professional ....................3 2 1 40. Pieced, Hand quilted .............................................................3 2 1 41. Pieced, machine quilted by individual ...............................3 2 1 42. Pieced, machine quilted by professional ...........................3 2 1 43. Other Techniques (Whole Cloth, Embroidered, Tacked/tied, other) ......................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 7 — NON-TRADITIONAL QUILTS, ART QUILTS, PICTORIAL & NOVELTY QUILTS—Quilt may be of any size or shape. B R W CLASS 44. Art Quilt ................................................................................ $3 $2 $1 An art quilt must consist of the basic fabric sandwich; a top batting, and backing. Originality creativity, and innovation MUST be showcased in the piece. The piece must contain hand or machine quilting. A variety of techniques may be used as long as fabric and quilting form the basis of the piece. The artist may incorporate - a traditional block or design used in a new or unusual manner, - commercial or hand dyed fabric, - an original design, or - an innovative technique using fabric, fiber, thread, or heavy embellishments. 45. Pictorial Quilt ..........................................................................3 2 1 A pictorial quilt specifically showcases landscapes, buildings/ architectural designs, portraits, animals, or other subjects, representing a drawing, painting, or photograph. CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 8 — TABLE TOPPERS AND OTHER QUILTED HOUSEHOLD ITEMS—These items must consist of the basic fabric sandwich: a top, batting, and backing. They must be hand or machine quilted. B R W CLASS 46. Table Runners & table toppers ......................................... $3 $2 $1 47. Place Mats ...............................................................................3 2 1 48. Tree Skirts ................................................................................3 2 1 49. Totes/Bags/Purses .................................................................3 2 1 50. Other Household Items ..........................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION SECTIONS 1-8......... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 9 — GROUP QUILTS—Quilt may be of any size or shape and must be hand or machine quilted. B R W CLASS 51. Group Quilt .......................................................................... $3 $2 $1 A group quilt contains blocks made by more than one person. They may be blocks made by a family member, guild, or small group. The quilt must be assembled by one individual and must be entered in that person’s name. SECTION 10—MISCELLANEOUS B R W CLASS 52. Antique (50 years or older, for display only) .......................Ribbon Only


DIVISION M ADULT

NEEDLE ARTS CO-CHAIRMAN - CAROL ALFORD & MARY KING

COMMITTEE: Betty Martin, Ann Sturgeon,

Lacey Flory, & Luella Fitzgerald

SPECIAL AWARDS

Jean Snodgrass Memorial Award—Best Baby Afghan $25 Cash .......... Presented by the Growing 59’ers EH Club Judges Choice from Section 3 & 4 $25 Gift Certificate ................Given by the Busy Needles of Rogers, Arkansas Kathryn Skelton Award $10 Cash .................................................................. Presented by the Growing 59’ers EH Club Judges Choice Knit Entry—$25 gift certificate......................................................................Given by Hand Held Knitting Mable Moore Award—(High Point in Crochet Section) $25 Cash ............................................... Given by Moore Farms

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In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: Provide name of pattern, if known. Personal identification should be covered. Soiled items will not be judged. Framed items should be ready for hanging. SECTION 1 — CROCHET B CLASS 1. Afghan............................................................................. $4 2. Animal.................................................................................3 3. Baby Afghan .....................................................................3 4. Baby Bib ............................................................................3 5. Baby Set ............................................................................3 6. Bag for Plastic Bags ........................................................3 7. Basket .................................................................................3 8. Bedspread .........................................................................4 9. Belt with Novelty Yarn .....................................................3 10. Belt ......................................................................................3 11. Booties (2) ..........................................................................3 12. Cap .....................................................................................3 13. Cape ...................................................................................3 14. Cape with Novelty Yarn .................................................3 15. Christmas Ornament ........................................................3 16. Christening Gown .............................................................3 17. Clothes on Animal .............................................................3 18. Clothes on Doll ..................................................................3 19. Coasters (2) .......................................................................3 20. Coat ....................................................................................3 21. Collar ..................................................................................3

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Tablecloth...........................................................................3 2 1 54. Toy Doll ..............................................................................3 2 1 55. Toy Animal .........................................................................3 2 1 56. Vest .....................................................................................3 2 1 57. Other Crochet ...................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION SECTION 1..............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 — KNITTING B CLASS 58. Afghan, Baby ................................................................. $3 59. Afghan................................................................................4 60. Animal.................................................................................3 61. Animal with Garment.......................................................3 62. Baby Set ............................................................................3 63. Baby Cap ..........................................................................3 64. Belt ......................................................................................3 65. Belt using Novelty Yarn ...................................................3 66. Booties ................................................................................3 67. Cap using Novelty Yarn ..................................................3 68. Cap .....................................................................................3 69. Cape ...................................................................................3 70. Christening Gown .............................................................3 71. Coasters (2) .......................................................................3 72. Coat ....................................................................................3 73. Dishcloth .............................................................................3 74. Doily....................................................................................3 75. Doll with Garment ............................................................3 76. Doll ......................................................................................3 77. Dress ...................................................................................3 78. Fair Isle Item ......................................................................3 79. Fashion Accessory.............................................................3 80. Fashion Accessory with Novelty Yarn ...........................3 81. Felted Items .......................................................................3 82. Felted Item Slippers .........................................................3 83. Felted Item Hat .................................................................3 84. Felted Purse.......................................................................3 85. Felted Toy ..........................................................................3 86. Felted Animal ....................................................................3 87. Gloves ................................................................................3 88. Hat/Head Band ...............................................................3 89. Home Decor.......................................................................3 90. Hot Pad ..............................................................................3 91. Intarsia Item .......................................................................3 92. Jacket .................................................................................3 93. Kitchen Towel.....................................................................3 94. Mittens ................................................................................3 95. 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Truck bed/Racks ......................................................................... 25 Livestock Production Projects .................................................... 25 Farmstead Improvement ............................................................. 25 Crop Improvement ...................................................................... 25 Shop Improvement ..................................................................... 25 Hobby/Recreation ....................................................................... 25 Cookers/Grills/Smokers .............................................................. 25 Reconditioned Machinery/Equipment ......................................... 25 Small Projects ............................................................................. 25 Wood Projects ............................................................................ 25

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HAND SPINNING & WEAVING

CO-CHAIRMAN - JANICE NEIGHBOR & JANE ELLEN ROSS

SPECIAL AWARDS

Best of Show (Section 1 & 2) $25 Cash.................................................................. Sponsored by Wool & Wheel Handspinners Guild Best of Show (Section 3) $25 Cash................................................................. Sponsored by Northwest Arkansas Handweavers Guild

RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: All entries in Section 1 must be spun & completed by the exhibitor. Skein entries must be 2 ply (or greater) and 50 yard minimum. Hand woven entries may use commercial or handspun yarns (enter accordingly). Hand woven yardage - one yard minimum.

SECTION 1 — HAND SPINNING B R W CLASS 1. Skein - smooth & even .................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Skein - novelty ..................................................................3 2 1 3. Skein - cotton.....................................................................3 2 1 4. Skein - wool .......................................................................3 2 1 5. Skein - silk ..........................................................................3 2 1 6. Skein - linen .......................................................................3 2 1 7. Skein – exotic fiber (alpaca, llama, angora, etc) ......3 2 1 CHAMPION SECTION 1 ..........................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 — HAND SPUN ITEMS B R W CLASS 8. Socks ................................................................................ $3 $2 $1 9. Slippers/Footwear ...........................................................3 2 1 10. Mittens/Gloves .................................................................3 2 1 11. Hat/Headwear .................................................................3 2 1 12 Scarf ...................................................................................3 2 1 13. Shawl ..................................................................................3 2 1 14. Sweater Vest .....................................................................3 2 1 15. Purse/Tote..........................................................................3 2 1 16. Handspun & Felted ..........................................................3 2 1 17. Un-spun and Felted..........................................................3 2 1 18. Handspun & Hand woven ...............................................3 2 1 19. Other ..................................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION SECTION 2 ..........................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 68

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FOOD PRESERVATION CO-CHAIRMAN - CAROL WALKER & CAROL WEED

RULES

COMMITTEE: Linda Vanderpool

& Cathy Weathers 7.

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Canned products must be shown in either standard pint or ½ pint jars. No other jars will be accepted including wide mouth ½ pint or quart jars. Only sealed jars of jams, jellies and preserves will be accepted (no paraffin). Judges reserve the rights to open jars of dried products. Products exhibited must be in the name of the person who canned them. All jars must be washed and clean on the outside. Each jar must be sealed with two piece vacuum caps and flats not buckled. No one piece lids.

SECTION 1 - CANNED FRUIT & VEGETABLES (ACID) NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 1. Apples ............................................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Applesauce ......................................................................... 3 2 1 3. Apple pie filling ...................................................................3 2 1 4. Peaches ............................................................................... 3 2 1 5. Pears .................................................................................... 3 2 1 6. Cherries ............................................................................... 3 2 1 7. Blueberries .......................................................................... 3 2 1 8. Blackberries........................................................................ 3 2 1 9. Plum juice ............................................................................ 3 2 1 10. Apple juice.......................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Grape juice ........................................................................ 3 2 1 12. Berry juice ........................................................................... 3 2 1 13. Cherry juice ........................................................................ 3 2 1 14. Tomatoes, quartered ........................................................ 3 2 1 15. Tomatoes, stewed .............................................................. 3 2 1 16. Tomatoes, whole ................................................................ 3 2 1 17. Tomatoes, cherry ............................................................... 3 2 1 18. Tomato juice........................................................................ 3 2 1 19. Kraut .................................................................................... 3 2 1 20. Rhubarb............................................................................... 3 2 1 21. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1

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PLEASE NOTE: Special entry tags and labels will be provided by the Fair and should be used. All jars should have labels that list method and processing times. These may be picked up before the fair from the Cooperative Extension Service Office and will be at check-in. ALL ENTRIES MUST FOLLOW USDA RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TIME, TEMPERATURE AND PROCESSING METHODS. Recommendationsmay be obtained at http://nchfp.uga. edu/.

Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com

SECTION 2 - CANNED VEGETABLES NOTE: 1 inch head space required at top of jar CLASS B R W 22. Green beans, cut or broken .......................................... $3 $2 $1 23. Baby beets (not pickles .................................................... 3 2 1 24. Carrots................................................................................. 3 2 1 25. Corn-cream style (pints only ........................................... 3 2 1 26. Corn-whole grain .............................................................. 3 2 1 27. English peas ........................................................................ 3 2 1 28. Field peas ........................................................................... 3 2 1 29. Greens ................................................................................. 3 2 1 30. Pumpkin (Cubed ................................................................ 3 2 1 31. Soup mixture ...................................................................... 3 2 1 32. Tomatoes with vegetables (chili peppers, etc) ............. 3 2 1 33. Potatoes .............................................................................. 3 2 1 34. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION SECTIONS 1 & 2 ...................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3 - PICKLES & RELISHES NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 35. Sweet ................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 36. Dill ........................................................................................ 3 2 1 69


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SECTION 4 - SAUCES NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 50. Chili sauce ......................................................................... $3 $2 $1 51. Taco sauce .......................................................................... 3 2 1 52. Hot sauce ............................................................................ 3 2 1 53. Spaghetti sauce ................................................................. 3 2 1 54. Tomato sauce...................................................................... 3 2 1 55. Salsa ............................................................................. 3 2 1 56. Picante ................................................................................. 3 2 1 57. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION SECTIONS 3 & 4 .................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 5 - JAMS, JELLIES, & PRESERVES NOTE: 1/4 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 58. Blackberry jam ................................................................ $3 $2 $1 59. Blueberry jam .................................................................... 3 2 1 60. Strawberry jam ................................................................. 3 2 1 61. Peach jam ........................................................................... 3 2 1 62. Other jam............................................................................ 3 2 1 63. Apple jelly .......................................................................... 3 2 1 64. Blackberry jelly ................................................................. 3 2 1 65. Blueberry jelly ................................................................... 3 2 1 66. Strawberry jelly ................................................................ 3 2 1 67. Grape or muscadine......................................................... 3 2 1 68. Peach jelly .......................................................................... 3 2 1 69. Cherry jelly ......................................................................... 3 2 1 70. Raspberry jelly .................................................................. 3 2 1 71. Plum jelly ............................................................................. 3 2 1 72. Other jelly........................................................................... 3 2 1 73. Berry preserves ................................................................. 3 2 1 74. Peach preserves ................................................................ 3 2 1 75. Plum preserves ................................................................... 3 2 1 76. Strawberry preserves ...................................................... 3 2 1 77. Other preserves................................................................. 3 2 1 78. Apple butter ....................................................................... 3 2 1

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2014 Award Announcement BALL®FreshPreserving AWARD | FOR ADULT LEVEL Presented by: BALL®& KERR®FreshPreserving PRODUCTS Jarden Home Brands, marketers of Ball ®and Kerr®Fresh Preserving Products is proud torecognize today’s fresh preserving (canning) enthusiasts. First and Second Place Awards will be given to individuals judged as the best in designatedcategories.

Entries designated First Place from each category will receive: • Two (2) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupons for Ball® or Kerr®Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball®Pectin.

A panel of judges will select the two best entries for Fruit, Vegetable, Pickle, and Soft Spread categories. Entries must bepreserved in Ball®Jars sealed with Ball®Lids and Bands, or Ball®Collection Elite®Jars sealed with Collection Elite® Lids and Bands,Ball® Heritage Collection Jars sealed with Ball®Lids and Bands, or preserved in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Lids and Bands. In addition, soft spread entries must be prepared using Ball® Pectin: Classic, Low orNo-Sugar Needed or Liquid.

Entries designated Second Place from each category will receive: • One (1) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupon for Ball® or Kerr®Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball®Pectin.

Rolling Pin Cafe

Rolling P CaFE Serving Fayetteville since 1993! Home cooking! Homemade pies starting at $10.00!

Hours: Mon-Fri 6am-2pm Sat. 6am-11am 2565 E. Huntsville Rd.

479-521-3855

www.rollingpincafe.net71


DIVISION O ADULT

FOOD PREPARATION

CO-CHAIRMAN - LOU WILSON & DEAN THIESSE

Check-in time

Must be checked in on Monday, 8am-12 noon, August 25

COMMITTEE: Debra Hester, Patty Malone,

Shirlean Jewel, Debbie Wright, Dorothy Seaton and Chris Hester

SPECIAL AWARDS Best Decorated Cake Special Award to the top five blue ribbon winners in Section 1 ...................................... Wilton, Inc.

RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. Exhibitor may enter 2 items of different varieties in each category. 2. Exhibitors should bring all exhibits on paper plates in plastic bags, except Class 1. 3. Exhibit 1/4 cake, except Classes 1, 8, or 9. For plate of 3 items use small 6” plates. 4. After judging, at least a single serving will be left for exhibit unless quality deteriorates to point it becomes unattractive. Extra will be served to judges and workers.

Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com SECTION 1 — DECORATED ITEM B R W CLASS 1. Decorated cake (may use decorated form) .................$4 $3 $2 1a. Decorated cupcakes (set of 6) ...........................................4 3 2 1b. Decorated cookie, Large (9” or larger) ...........................4 3 2 1c. Decorated cookie, Small (set of 3) ....................................4 3 2 GRAND CHAMPION SECTION 1.................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 — CAKES B CLASS 2. White butter cake, iced (from scratch) .......................... $3 3. Dark butter cake, iced (from scratch) ...............................3 4. Sponge cake un-iced (from scratch) ..................................3 5. Pound cake, un-iced (from scratch) ....................................3 6. Fruit cake (ex. Apple, Christmas, Other)...........................3 7. Special cake (ex. Carrot, oatmeal, graham cracker, other).........................................................3 8. Baked Cheesecake (3” square) ........................................3 9. No-Bake Cheesecake (3” square) .....................................3 10. Angel Food Cake ..................................................................3 11. Coffee Cake ..........................................................................3 12. Cupcakes no icing (3) ...........................................................3 12a. Altered cake mix (must have at least 2 other ingredients) ...........................3 72

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DIVISION R ADULT

CREATIVE ARTS

CO-CHAIRMAN - MARY FARLEY & KAY HARRIS

COMMITTEE: Alene Northrup, Katie Morgan,

Neva Vaughn, Ellen Nolan & Kim Ledbetter SPECIAL AWARDS

Mary Noel Tompkins Award $100 Cash .................................................................................................................Presented by Washington Co. Extension Homemakers Section 12 Award $100 Cash ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................Creative Arts Judges Choice in Baskets $10 Cash .......................................................................................................................... Sponsored by the Northwest Arkansas Basket Guild Judges Choice Best Upholstered Furniture–Mary Noel Tompkins Award $100 Cash.......................Sponsored by Washington County Extension Home Furnishers

RULES In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. All pictures are to be framed and ready for hanging. Add 4” of wire to saw tooth for hanging. 2. No sets or pairs because of limited space. 3. No paint by number pictures accepted. Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com SECTION 1 — WREATHS, SWAGS, & FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS B R W CLASS 1. Vine wreath (made by exhibitor, not purchased).................................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Reed ........................................................................................3 2 1 3. Dried Natural Materials ......................................................3 2 1 4. Victorian .................................................................................3 2 1 5. Centerpiece............................................................................3 2 1 5a. Arrangement for setting against wall (may have a flat side) .................................................3 2 1 5b. Topiary....................................................................................3 2 1 6. Fabric ......................................................................................3 2 1 7. Swag .......................................................................................3 2 1 8. Decorated Wreath (using purchased wreath) ....................................................3 2 1 9. Other .......................................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 1)............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 - JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES B CLASS 10. Barrettes .............................................................................. $3 11. Earrings ...................................................................................3 12. Pins displayed on Cards ......................................................3 13. Necklaces ...............................................................................3 13a. Jewelry Sets (must contain at least 2 items).....................................................................4

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SECTION 4 — HANDMADE FLOWERS B CLASS 28. Paper twist .......................................................................... $3 29. Fabric .................................................................................... 3 30. Bread Dough..........................................................................3 31. Other .......................................................................................3

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SECTION 5 — NATIVE MATERIALS B CLASS 32. Cornhusk crafts ................................................................... $3 33. Wheat weaving ....................................................................3 34. Pine needle items ..................................................................3 35. Other .......................................................................................3

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SECTION 7 — HOLIDAY DECORATIONS B R W CLASS 41. Christmas tree ornament................................................... $3 $2 $1 42. Christmas decoration ............................................................3 2 1 42a. Christmas Card ......................................................................3 2 1 43. Other holiday decoration....................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)............$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 8 — BASKETS B R W CLASS 44. Woven mini basket (up to 3”).......................................... $3 $2 $1 SPOKED BASKETS - SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR 45. Woven Basket, spoked (3” to 6”) ......................................3 2 1 46. Woven Basket, spoked (6” to 9”) ......................................3 2 1 47. Woven Basket, spoked (9” to 12”)....................................3 2 1 48. Woven Basket, spoked (12” to 14”) .................................3 2 1 49. Woven Basket, spoked (14” to 16”) .................................3 2 1 50. Woven Basket, spoked (16” to 18”) .................................3 2 1 51. Woven Basket, spoked (18” to 20”) .................................3 2 1 52. Woven Basket, spoked (20” to 24”) .................................3 2 1 53. Woven Basket, spoked (24” - up) .....................................3 2 1 SPOKED BASKETS - OVAL OR ROUND 54. Woven Basket, ribbed (3” to 6”) .......................................3 2 1 55. Woven Basket, ribbed (6” to 9”) .......................................3 2 1 56. Woven Basket, ribbed (9” to 12”) ....................................3 2 1 57. Woven Basket, ribbed (12” to 14”) ..................................3 2 1 58. Woven Basket, ribbed (14” to 16”) ..................................3 2 1 59. Woven Basket, ribbed (16” to 18”) ..................................3 2 1 60. Woven Basket, ribbed (18” to 20”) ..................................3 2 1 61. Woven Basket, ribbed (20” to 24”) ..................................3 2 1 62. Woven Basket, ribbed (24” - up) ......................................3 2 1 RIBBED BASKETS 63. Small........................................................................................3 2 1 64. Medium ...................................................................................3 2 1 65. Large .......................................................................................3 2 1 66. Twill, small ..............................................................................3 2 1 67. Twill, medium .........................................................................3 2 1 68. Twill, large..............................................................................3 2 1 69. Double Wall, Small ..............................................................3 2 1 70. Double Wall, Medium ..........................................................3 2 1 71. Double Wall, Large ..............................................................3 2 1 72. Other Natural Materials .....................................................3 2 1 73. Rag Basket .............................................................................3 2 1 74. Decorated Basket .................................................................3 2 1 75. Decorated Purchased Basket..............................................3 2 1 76. Antler Basket..........................................................................3 2 1 77. Gourd Basket.........................................................................3 2 1 78. Other .......................................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 8)............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 9 — CERAMICS & CHINA PAINTING B CLASS 79. Glazed................................................................................. $3 80. Stained....................................................................................3 81. Overglazed ...........................................................................3 82. China Painting........................................................................3 83. Porcelain .................................................................................3 84. Other .......................................................................................3

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SECTION 10 — POTTERY THROWN PIECES ON WHEEL B R W CLASS 85. Small (under 3”) ............................................................ $3 $2 $1 86. Medium (3” - 6”) ..............................................................3 2 1 87. Large (6” - 10”)................................................................3 2 1 88. Extra Large (over 10”) ....................................................3 2 1 HAND BUILT 89. Small (under 3”) ...............................................................3 2 1 90. Medium (3” - 6”) ..............................................................3 2 1 91. Large (6” - 10”)................................................................3 2 1 92. Extra Large (over 10”) ....................................................3 2 1 93. Other Thrown ....................................................................3 2 1 94. Other Hand .......................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 9 & 10)...................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 11 — MISCELLANEOUS B CLASS 95. Covered Album ............................................................... $3 96. Covered Box .......................................................................3 97. Gift Bag or box .................................................................3 98. Stained Glass .....................................................................3 99. Fabric dying ........................................................................3 100. Wearable art (mixed techniques) ..................................3 101. All Occasion Cards ............................................................3 102. Decoupage..........................................................................3 103. Faux Stained Glass ...........................................................3 104. Origami ...............................................................................3 105. Quilting ................................................................................3 106. Scrap Book ..........................................................................3 107. Single Page .........................................................................3 108. Double Page .......................................................................3 109. Leather item, small.............................................................3 110. Leather item, large ............................................................3 111. Melt and Pour Soap ..........................................................3 112. Lye soap ..............................................................................3 113. Special Soaps.....................................................................3 114. Other ....................................................................................3

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DIVISION S ADULT

FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT

CHAIRMAN - SANDY PERRY

COMMITTEE: Whitney Perry & Britney Perry

RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. All items entered must be ready to hang for display. Items may be matted, mounted, or framed; with hanging device suitable to support the picture’s weight. Please be aware that entries will be displayed in Thompson Hall Adult building. This building is equipped with large fans, therefore entries must be sturdy and heavy enough not to be blown off the display boards. (Minimum “Foam-Core Board weight” recommended). ENTRIES WHICH CANNOT BE PROPERLY DISPLAYED WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. SECTION 1 — PAINTINGS (OIL, WATERCOLOR, ACRYLIC, ETC.) B R W CLASS 1. Still Life ................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Landscape ...............................................................................3 2 1 3. Portrait .....................................................................................3 2 1 4. Animal ......................................................................................3 2 1 5. Abstract & Imagery ...............................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2—DRAWINGS (PENCIL/GRAPHITE, PEN & INK, PASTEL, CHARCOAL, ETC…) B R W CLASS 6. Still Life ................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 7. Landscape ...............................................................................3 2 1 8. Portrait .....................................................................................3 2 1 9. Animal ......................................................................................3 2 1 10. Abstract & Imagery ...............................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3—PRINTMAKING B R W CLASS 11. Block printing (wood, linoleum) ........................................ $3 $2 $1 12. Etchings, Engravings...............................................................3 2 1 13. Mono print ...............................................................................3 2 1 14. Other printmaking .................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 4—MIXED MEDIA CLASS B R W 15. Collage ................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 16. Cartooning ..............................................................................3 2 1 17. Computer generated art ......................................................3 2 1 18. Other ........................................................................................3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION ............................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 76

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Size of entries will be limited to no smaller than 5” X 7” and no larger than 22” X 28”. No wet paintings accepted. The superintendent has the right to refuse exhibits that are inappropriate or not in the best interest of the fair.

PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the Adult Home Economics Department Rules, only two entries will be allowed per class.

PENSE BACKHOE & DOZING, INC

CARL & GEORGE PENSE OWNERS/OPERATORS

12860 LITTLE ELM RD FARMINGTON, AR 72730 479-841-8772 (C) 479-267-2492 (H)

TINAPENSE@YAHOO.COM


DIVISION T

PHOTOGRAPHY

ADULT

CHAIRMAN - LEN SNYDER & LOIS COLE

SPECIAL AWARDS Adult Grand Champion $50 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Bedford Camera RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. All photographs must be matted or mounted. No frames or glass allowed. 2. All entries are subject to classification guidelines. See general rules 5D. 3. All entries must not have ever been published in any venue, nor previously exhibited at the Washington County Fair.

SECTION 1—BLACK & WHITE/SEPIA CLASS B R W 1. Still Life (inanimate objects put together by photographer intentionally to create an interesting grouping) .................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Nature (wild plant and/or animals) ................................. 3 2 1 3. Domestic Animals ................................................................. 3 2 1 4. Domestic Garden Plants/Flowers ..................................... 3 2 1 5. Scenic-Landscapes, seascapes, or more selective views such as a single tree; which may or may not include animals or people .................................. 3 2 1 6. Architecture– interiors, exteriors, bridges, sculpture, monuments, walls, or archeological ruins ......................................................... 3 2 1 7. Portrait– A person as the dominant feature revealing something of the character or mood of the subject............................................................. 3 2 1 8. Photo Journalism - Any view involving man and his environment that might be seen in a newspaper or magazine—human interest, humor, pathos, sports, pictures that tell a story. Must have title displayed ... 3 2 1 9. Special effects/Computer Enhanced ............................... 3 2 1 10. Humor ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

4. While pictures must have been taken by exhibitor, they may have been professionally developed and/or printed on photographic paper. 5. Prints must measure 8 x 10 or 8 x 12, matted or mounted to 11 x 14. 6. Only one picture may be entered in each class. 7. Entry of the same image in both black and white/sepia and color sections is not allowed. 8. Any picture entered in the General Class that could have been entered in one of the other classes will be disqualified. Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com

SECTION 2—COLOR CLASS B R W 1. Still Life (inanimate objects put together by photographer intentionally to create an interesting grouping) ................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Nature (wild plant and/or animals) ................................. 3 2 1 3. Domestic Animals ................................................................. 3 2 1 4. Domestic Garden Plants/Flowers ..................................... 3 2 1 5. Scenic-Landscapes, seascapes, or more selective views such as a single tree; which may or may not include animals or people .................................. 3 2 1 6. Architecture– interiors, exteriors, bridges, sculpture, monuments, walls, or archeological ruins .......................................................... 3 2 1 7. Portrait– A person as the dominant feature revealing something of the character or mood of the subject ......................................................... 3 2 1 8. Photo Journalism - Any view involving man and his environment that might be seen in a newspaper or magazine—human interest, humor, pathos, sports, pictures that tell a story. Must have title displayed.................................................. 3 2 1 9. Special effects/Computer Enhanced ............................... 3 2 1 10. Humor ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION ............................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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adVaNced showMaNship - Only those Junior exhibitors who have previously won a Senior adVaNced showMaNship - Only those Junior exhibitors who have previously won a Senior Showmanship contest at the Washington County Fair. Showmanship contest at the Washington County Fair. Judging is on the basis of an exhibitor’s ability to properly train, fit and show sheep. Only exhibitors Judging is on the basis of an exhibitor’s ability to properly train, fit and show sheep. Only exhibitors that participate in the junior department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes that participate in the junior department during the fair are eligible to show in the showmanship classes with the exception of Pee Wee Showmanship. with the exception of Pee Wee Showmanship.

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TINy ToTS DIvISIoN (8 - UNDER) TINy ToTS DIvISIoN (8 - UNDER) jR. DIvISIoN (aGE 9 -13) Club name signs will be provided, but will not be posted until jR. DIvISIoN 5. (aGE 9 -13) SR. DIvISIoN (aGE 14 -18) after 14 judging. SR. DIvISIoN -18) In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: (aGE rULes rULes 1. This division is open on a first come, first served basis to Extension 6. NO CREPE PAPER OR STAPLES CAN BE USED. NOTHING CAN 1. Sheep must be either registered ewes or market lambs. 1. Sheep must be either registeredclubs ewes or market lambs. BE PASTED OR GLUED TO ANY PART OF THE BOOTH INSELF, Homemakers Clubs, and other organized adult education No rams will be entered. No rams will be entered. AND ALL MATERIALS USED IN THE BOOTH, INCLUDING TACKS, whose primary objective is education in home and family living. 2. Sheep must be fitted, conditioned and trained to show at 2. Sheep must be fitted, conditioned and trained to show at THUMBTACKS, ETC. MUST BE COMPLETELY REMOVED DURING 2. Pre-register at the Washington County Extension Office, 2536 N. halter by exhibitor. halter by exhibitor. CHECK-OUT TIME AT THE CLOSE OF THE FAIR. FAILURE TO McConnell Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72704, by calling 479 444-1755 3. Entrants must wear a garment made of 50% or more wool. COMPLY 3. Entrants must wear a garment made of 50% or more wool. WILL RESULT IN FORFEITURE OF PREMIUM. before August 1. Garment may be bought or made. Garment may be bought or made. 7. Booths vary slightly in size but are approximately: Back 38” high 3. Booths are to be set up on Friday, August 22, after noon 4. Trophies will xbe48” provided for division winners. wide; floor 32” deep x 48” wide; wings 32” x 32”. Trophies23, will be provided division winners. following clean-up, or Saturday,4. August before theforfair begins, 5. Points will be awarded as follows: Professional inserts that do not exceed a height of 48” may be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Booths5.MUST Pointsbe willremoved be awardedbetween as follows:2 that- do exceed the height ofthe booth 15 - Fitting ofused. AnimalHomemade inserts First Bluenot Ribbon - $25.00 pm and 4 pm Sunday, August 31. Failure 15 - Fittingtoofcomply Animal will result in First - Blue Ribbon - $25.00 on the sides may be used (can have a taller back, if needed). forfeiture of premium. 20 - Showmanship Second - Red Ribbon - $15.00 20 - Showmanship Second - Red Ribbon - $15.00 4. Booths will receive a blue, red, or white, ribbon. Premium money 65 - Personal appearance and garment Third - White Ribbon - $10.00 65 - Personal appearance garment will be paid as follows: Blue $45, Red $40 and Whiteand $35. One Third - White Ribbon - $10.00 6. entries should be made on pre-entry form. 6. entries should be madejudged on pre-entry form. Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com booth will receive a special rosette ribbon for being the best 7. Written commentaries describing contestants’ garment and lambs decoration are required at time overall adult booth. It will receive an additional premium ofcontestants’ $15. 7. Written commentaries describing garment and lambs decoration are required at time of market show. of market show. 8. Jr./Sr. division may be divided differently to accommodate equal participants. 8. Jr./Sr. division may be divided differently to accommodate equal participants.

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TABLE SETTING CHAIRMAN - ANDREA WELCH

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In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: 1. This division is open on a first come, first served basis to all exhibitors. Pre-register at the Washington County Extension office, 2536 N. McConnell Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72704, by calling 479 444-1755 before August 1. 2. Exhibits must be placed by individuals. One award will be given for each exhibit. 3. Each exhibit must have a theme (birthday, holiday, football party, etc.) and a balanced menu. Menu and theme may be written or typed on a card or paper at least 5” x 7” in a picture frame. 4. All items to be used for table setting and arrangements are to be brought and set up at one time. Tape down any

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Sale every Wednesday at 11AM Dairy Sale 3rd Friday of each month at 11AM Corner of Hwy 59 & Hwy 51 East in Stilwell, Oklahoma DANNY ISAACS, OWNER Cell (918) 797-5227 Sale Barn (918) 696-2605

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GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT- GAIL DEWEY 479-409-6475 • pgaac@pgtc.com

In addition to the general rules on page 61. 1.

ALL WORTHY EXHIBITS RECEIVE A BLUE, RED, OR WHITE RIBBON AS DETERMINED BY THE JUDGES, AND PREMIUM MONEY AS DESIGNATED IN THE CATALOG. IN ADDITION, ONE GRAND CHAMPION EXHIBIT WILL BE SELECTED FOR EACH DIVISION AND AWARDED A ROSETTE RIBBON AND AN EXTRA $5.00 IN PREMIUM MONEY.

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All exhibits shall be governed by the general rules, unless otherwise stated. Rules and instructions unique to each division are listed at the beginning of that division’s section of the catalog.

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Spaces will be assigned by the General Superintendent who has the right to move exhibits if in the best interest of the fair.

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Articles should be in new condition and never before exhibited at any county fair. Soiled articles, unsealed canned foods or those in nonstandard jars, pictures not properly equipped for display, and other articles that fail to meet the standards and instructions listed in the catalog will not be judged.

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Exhibits must be entered in the name of the person making them. Exhibitor must be a resident of Washington County or a member of a 4-H Club, or local FFA or FCCLA Chapter in the county. Exhibitor must use the same name on all exhibits shown throughout the fair. Social security or similar number must be provided by exhibitor to be used as further identification for record keeping and premium checks.

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Exhibitors may exhibit in this department thru the first fall past graduation from high school.

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Only one entry is permitted per class. Entries must remain on exhibit in the division entered, and cannot be a part of an additional exhibit. (Example: an individual entry cannot also be a part of a group entry of exhibit).

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Exhibits must be entered on Saturday, August 23, between 9:00am and 5:00pm. The only exceptions are entries in the Food Preparation divisions, which will be entered on Monday, August 25, between 8:00am and 12noon, and Flower Arrangements, Cut Flowers and Plants which will be entered 9:00am to 7:00pm on Monday, August 25.

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Only required personnel with special designated name tags will be allowed in the building during judging.

10. Exhibits are to be checked out between 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Sunday, August 31. FAIR ASSOCIATION NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ARTICLES LEFT AFTER 4:00pm ON SUNDAY. All exhibits remaining on the fairgrounds after that time will become the property of the Washington County Fair Association, to be disposed of as it sees fit. 11. The “OTHER” class is only for entries that will not fit in any other class. In order to accommodate new areas of interest, if as many as 5 exhibitors enter the same type of article under the “OTHER” class, a separate class will be set up. Premium money will be awarded for all exhibits. 12. No person can act as a judge of a class in which he or she is an exhibitor. 13. A personal entry card must be filled out and presented when entering items in Thompson Hall. No premiums will be paid to exhibitors not turning in entry card. The card is located online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com. JUNIOR HOME ECONOMICS SPECIAL AWARDS STELLA & A.J. MEINERT MEMORIAL AWARD 1. A U.S. Savings Bond will be presented by the Washington County Extension Homemakers Clubs to the individual winning the highest total of premium money in the Junior Home Economics, fine arts, photography, flower arrangements, flowers and plants, and horticulture divisions. Recipient must be present at awards ceremony on Friday, August 30, 5:00p.m. at the Livestock Arena. 2.

Washington County 4-H Parents and Leaders Association will present a $5.00 award to the Best 4-H Exhibit, Judges Choice, in each of the following junior divisions; Clothing (LL), Home Furnishings (MM) Household Arts and Needle Arts (NN), Food Preservation (OO), Food Preparation (PP), Creative Arts/Crafts (SS1 & SS2), Fine Arts (TT), and Photography (UU).

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Exhibitor must provide own coat hangers, and cover (if desired). Exhibitor must remove any personal identification. Soiled items will not be judged.

SPECIAL AWARDS The Washington County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee will present Sweepstakes Awards of $25.00, $20.00, and $15.00 to the three persons having the highest number of points in both the 13 and under, and 14 and over division of the Junior Clothing Department with a minimum of 5 points to qualify. Points will be equal to premium money earned. The Farm Bureau Sew with Cotton Class is for 100% cotton fabric SECTION 1 — HOME SEWN FASHIONS, GENERAL B R W CLASS 1. Tote Bag ........................................................................ $3 $2 $1 2. Kitchen Apron.................................................................. 3 2 1 3. Fancy Apron .................................................................... 3 2 1 4. Vest ................................................................................... 3 2 1 5. Pullover top ..................................................................... 3 2 1 6. Blouse/Shirt ..................................................................... 3 2 1 7. Tailored shirt ................................................................... 3 2 1 8. Slacks or shorts ............................................................... 3 2 1 9. Rompers............................................................................ 3 2 1 10. Skirt ................................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Jumper .............................................................................. 3 2 1 12. Casual dress .................................................................... 3 2 1 13. Best dress ......................................................................... 3 2 1 14. Party wear ....................................................................... 3 2 1 15. Gown or Pajamas ........................................................... 3 2 1 16. Jacket ............................................................................... 6 5 4 17. Quilted Jacket................................................................. 6 5 4 18. Coat or suit ...................................................................... 6 5 4 19. Other – Only for items that are not listed somewhere else .......................................... 3 2 1 20. Farm Bureau Sew with Cotton Over 14 years old................Blue ribbon eligibility for state contest Under 14 years old ..................................................................... $25 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

garments, with thread and trim of cotton or cotton blend. Bring a swatch of fabric from garment that is entered in the Sew with Cotton Contest at the Washington County Fair. Different winners may be selected in each contest category. 1) Cotton Suit; 2) Cotton Dress; 3) Cotton Sportswear; 4) Special Category. The garment that wins Washington County Fair must be the same garment that is entered in the State Sew with Cotton Contest. The garment may also be entered in one of the regular fair classes for possible premium money, in addition to the “Sew with Cotton” class. The winner is eligible to be the official county representative in the youth division at the Arkansas Farm Bureau Sew with Cotton Contest in December 2014. That contest requires the seamstress to model the garment, so it must be made by the seamstress for herself/himself. Washington County Farm Bureau will provide overnight accommodation expenses (room for 1 night, $25 meal allotment, and round trip mileage from Fayetteville) for the winner. County awards will be given at the Washington County Fair Awards Program on Friday, August 29, at 5:00 p.m. SECTION 2 — CHILDREN’S AND INFANT’S FASHIONS & ACCESSORIES CLASS B R W 21. Hand-applique ............................................................ $3 $2 $1 22. Machine-applique .......................................................... 3 2 1 23. 3-D applique .................................................................. 3 2 1 24. Blue Jean Fashion, with some sewing.......................... 3 2 1 25. T-shirt Fashion, with some sewing ................................ 3 2 1 26. Sweatshirt Fashion, with some sewing ........................ 3 2 1 27. Fun/Fad Fashion, with some sewing............................ 3 2 1 28. Yo-Yo Fashion, with some sewing................................. 3 2 1 29. Hat, with some sewing ................................................... 3 2 1 30. Doll Clothes...................................................................... 3 2 1 31. Purse ................................................................................. 3 2 1 32. Scarf ................................................................................. 3 2 1 33. Sewn toy .......................................................................... 3 2 1 34. Other – Only for non-listed categories ..................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION .............................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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CHAIRMAN- ANDREA DEVAULT

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Judges Choice of Woven Baskets (MM, Classes 65-69) $5 Cash ............... Sponsored by NWA Basket Guild Judge’s Choice of Best Hand Quilted (MM) $25 Gift Certificate ................ Sponsored by Lonesome Pine Quilts

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In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: 1. Personal identification should be covered. 2. No pre-quilted fabric should be used in the quilt. 3. Entire quilt must be made by exhibitor. 4. Woodworking items should show construction skills.

SECTION 1 — QUILTS B CLASS —STANDARD TWIN SIZE OR LARGER 1. Quilt made from a kit ...................................................... $4 2. Beginner’s first quilt ............................................................ 8 3. Pieced, hand quilting.......................................................... 8 4. Pieced, machine quilting .................................................... 8 5. Appliqued, hand ................................................................. 8 6. Appliqued, machine ........................................................... 8 7. Embroidered ........................................................................ 8 8. Tacked quilt .......................................................................... 3 9. Other methods (yo-yo, cathedral window, etc) ......................................... 4 10. Whole cloth, machine or hand quilted............................ 6 CLASS —LAP SIZE B 11. Pieced Hand Quilting ........................................................ $8 12. Pieced, Machine Quilting ................................................... 8 13. Appliqued, Hand ................................................................. 8 14. Appliqued, Machine ............................................................ 8 15. Embroidered ......................................................................... 8 16. Tacked .................................................................................... 8

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B R W SECTION 5 - BASKETS 65. Woven mini basket up to 3” $3 $2 $1 66. Woven Basket, small (up to 8”) 3 2 1 67. Woven Basket, medium (8” to 12”) 3 2 1 68. Woven Basket, large (12” to 16”) 3 2 1 69. Woven basket, extra large (over 13”) 3 2 1 70. Rag Basket 3 2 1 71. Decorated Basket 3 2 1 72. Covered Basket 3 2 1 73. Padded Basket 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 5) ............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

SECTION 6 - WALL HANGINGS/DECORATIONS B R W 74. Needle Punch...................................................................... $3 $2 $1 75. Crewel .................................................................................... 3 2 1 76. Latch hook ............................................................................. 3 2 1 ShowMaNShIP 77. Tin Punch ................................................................................ 3 2 1 ShowMaNShIP 2 1 SECTION 2— RUGS & ACCESSORIES B contest R contest pee wee showMaNship - Anyone under of would 9 wholike would like tothis enter this do God’s Eye .............................................................................. 3 pee wee showMaNship - Anyone under the age the of 9age who to enter mayWdomay78. so.do45. They do not to be entered in anyclass otherinclass in the fair.doThey do $6 not so. They not have to have be Rug entered in any other the fair. They not have to have own theown animal. 79. Stained Glass Sun Catcher ................................................ 3 2 1 Hooked ........................................................................ $4to $2the animal. It may from one entered in theAll show. All participants will receive It may be borrowed from one entered in............................................................... the show. participants will receive a Washington 80. Picture Frames ...................................................................... 3 2 1 46.be borrowed Hooked Accessory 3 a Washington 2 County 1 County Fair T-shirt. Fair T-shirt. 81. Craft foam or felt ................................................................ 3 2 1 47. 3-Strand Braided Rug ........................................................ 6 4 2 jUNior, aNd adVaNced showMaNship - All exhibitors will be judged ontoability to jUNior, seNiorseNior aNd adVaNced showMaNship - All exhibitors will be judged on ability 82. Felt .......................................................................................... 3 2 1 48. Braided Accessory ............................................................... 3 2 1 fit andtheir show theirExhibitors goat. Exhibitors their own The fitting. The animals properlyproperly train, fittrain, and show goat. should should do theirdo own fitting. animals must bemust be 83. String Art ............................................................................... 3 2 1 49. Rug ...................................................................... 3 2 1 owned by Crocheted the exhibitor and in shown in the Division. Junior Division. owned by the exhibitor and shown the Junior 84. Woodburning........................................................................ 3 2 1 - All exhibitors Junior exhibitors under years who the1contest jUNiorjUNior showMaNship - All Junior under 14 years14old whoold have nothave won thewon 50. showMaNship Decorated Door Mat ........................................................... 3 not 2contest previously - Award previously -51. AwardOther 85. 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Weaving, chair or stool ...................................................... 3 2 1 SEcTIoN a - alpine SEcTIoN f - Toggenburg SEcTIoN a - alpine SEcTIoN f - Toggenburg 87. Folk Art .................................................................................. 3 2 1 54. Woodworking ....................................................................... 3 2 1 SEcTIoN b laMancha SEcTIoN G SEcTIoN b laMancha SEcTIoN G Recorded 88. Stenciling ............................................................................... 3 2 1 55. Other ......................................................................................- Recorded 3 Grade 2 Grade 1 SEcTIoN c - Nubian SEcTIoN h - Sable SEcTIoN c - Nubian SEcTIoN h - Sable 89. Fabric Painting...................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTIONS 2 & 3) ...................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 2 1 SEcTIoN D - oberhasli SEcTIoN I - Nigerian SEcTIoN D - oberhasli SEcTIoN I - Nigerian Dwarf Dwarf 90. Other ...................................................................................... 3 CHAMPION (SECTION 7)............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 4 DECORATED WREATHS B R W SEcTIoN E Saanen SEcTIoN j Grade SEcTIoN E - Saanen SEcTIoN j - Grade GRAND CHAMPION...................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 56. Vine ..................................................................................... $3 $2 $1 1st 3rd 4th 5th 1st 2nd 2nd3rd 4th 5th 57. Paper Twist ............................................................................ 3 2 1 jUNiorjUNior does does 58. 24 Fabric 3 2 1 Does under 24..................................................................................... months of age that havefreshened never freshened Does under months of age that have never Straw ...................................................................................... 2 $7.00 1 1. 59. Junior kid,3under 3 months ..................................... 1. Junior kid, under months ..................................... $12.00 $12.00 $10.00 $10.00 $9.003 $9.00 $7.00 $6.00 $6.00 60. Wire ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 2. Intermediate kid, 3 months 2. 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6. yearling, Senior yearling, 18 months 6. Senior 18 months and and under 24 months ........................................................ under 24 months ........................................................ 12.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 7. Champion Junior Champion and Reserve Champion Doe .............................................................Rosette 7. Junior Doe andDoe Reserve Champion Doe .............................................................Rosette 8. Get Junior Get of Sire, 3does junior does 8. Junior of Sire, 3 junior get sire, of one sire, borrowing ....................... the get the of one borrowing allowedallowed ....................... 12.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 9. Best Junior Best 3 Females, junior does 9. Junior 3 Females, 3 junior3does bred and by owned one exhibitor ............................... bred and owned one by exhibitor ............................... 12.00 12.00 10.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 10.Junior Best Doe Junior Doe in(all Show (all breeds together) ....................................................................Rosette 10. Best in Show breeds together) ....................................................................Rosette

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235 E. Main, Suite 1

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Farmington, ARAR 72730 Farmington, 72730 24hr 24hrPhone Phone479-387-4739 479-387-4739 83

Office 479-267-2403


DIVISION N JUNIOR

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HOUSEHOLD ARTS/NEEDLE ARTS

CO-CHAIRMAN - REBA MOORE & AMY TURPIN

SPECIAL AWARDS

Judges Choice for Best Skein $5 Cash................................................................................ Sponsored by Janice Neighbor Best Handspun other than Skein $5 Cash ................................................ Sponsored by Wool & Wheel Spinning Guild Judges Choice for Best of Handweaving $10 Cash ....................................... Sponsored by NWA Handweavers Guild Judges Award for Best Pillow $5 Cash ....................................................................................Sponsored by Moore Farms Best Fleece $5 Cash .......................................................................................................... Sponsored by Morning Star Farms Best Quilted Pillow or Piece Top Pillow $5 Cash .....................................................Sponsored by Quilting on the Creek

RULES

In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: Provide name of pattern, if known. Personal identiďŹ cation should be covered. Soiled items will not be judged. SECTION 1 - HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES CLASS B 1. Handmade Pillowcase (1).................................................... $3 2. Hand Trim on Pillowcase (1) .................................................. 3 3. Machine Embroidery Pillowcase........................................... 3 4. Quilted or Piece Top Pillowcase ........................................... 3 5. Tye Dyed Pillowcase ............................................................... 3 6. Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade ......... 3 7. Decorated Bedroom Pillow.................................................... 3 8. Decorative Living Room Pillow, completely handmade .... 3 9. Decorated Living Room Pillow .............................................. 3 10. No Sew Pillow ....................................................................... 3 11. Pillow ....................................................................................... 3 12. Place Mat ............................................................................... 3 13. Table or Luncheon Cloth ...................................................... 3 14. Pot Holder - Decorative....................................................... 3 15. Pot Holder - Functional ........................................................ 3 16. Casserole Carrier ................................................................. 3 17. Towel ...................................................................................... 3 18. Latch Hooked Item ................................................................ 3 19. Car Knapsack ........................................................................ 3 20. Personal Travel Kit ................................................................ 3 21. Tissue Holder ......................................................................... 3

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$2 $1 2 1 2 1 2 1

22. Household Art - mixed technique .................................... $3 $2 $1 23. Coaster (not crocheted/knitted) ........................................ 3 2 1 24. Napkin Ring ........................................................................... 3 2 1 25. No Sew Fleece Throw .......................................................... 3 2 1 26. Fleece Scarf ........................................................................... 3 2 1 27. Fleece Mittens........................................................................ 3 2 1 28. Tie Dye household item....................................................... 3 2 1 29. Pin Cushion ............................................................................. 3 2 1 30. Machine Sewn Blanket or Fleece Throw ........................... 3 2 1 31. Napkin .................................................................................... 3 2 1 32. Leather Made Item ............................................................... 3 2 1 33. Fleece Hat .............................................................................. 3 2 1 34. Baby Snuggle Blanket or Taggie ....................................... 3 2 1 35. Other ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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40. Toy ......................................................................................... $3 $2 $1 42. House Slippers....................................................................... 3 2 1 43. Hat or Cap............................................................................. 3 2 1 44. Scarf ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 45. Mittens or Gloves.................................................................. 3 2 1 46. Collar ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 47. Vest .......................................................................................... 3 2 1 48. Baby Afghan ......................................................................... 3 2 1 49. Afghan .................................................................................... 3 2 1 50. Sweater ...................................................................................3 2 1 51. Coasters.................................................................................. 3 2 1 52. Crochet - Knitted & Felted Items ....................................... 3 2 1 53. Purse........................................................................................ 3 2 1 54. Belt .......................................................................................... 3 2 1 55. Other ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3 - FRAMED NEEDLE ART (must be named) CLASS B R W 56. Counted Cross Stitch-up to 3”x5”.................................... $3 $2 $1 57. Counted Cross Stitch-up to 8”x10” ................................... 3 2 1 58. Counted Cross Stitch (larger than 8” x 10”) ................... 3 2 1 59. Crewel..................................................................................... 3 2 1 60. Embroidered .......................................................................... 3 2 1 61. Needlepoint ........................................................................... 3 2 1 62. Other ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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23. Coaster............................................................. 24. Table runner ..................................................... 25. 4Towels SECTION - OTHER .............................................................. NEEDLE ART CLASS B R W 26. Scarf ................................................................ 63. Cross Stitch ........................................................................... $3 $2 $1 27. Shawl ............................................................... 64. Machine Embroidery ............................................................ 3 2 1 65. Hand Embroidery ................................................................ 3 2 1 28. Cape/Poncho/Ruana......................................... 66. Needle .................................................................................... 3 2 1 29. ....................................................... 67. TattingVest/Jacket ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 68. Other ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 30. Article of Clothing ............................................ CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 31. Purse/Tote ........................................................ SECTION 5 - HAND SPINNING/Spinning/Yarn Skeins 32. Wall Hanging.................................................... CLASS B R W 69. Any Hand Spinning ............................................................. $3 $2 $1 33. Tapestry ........................................................... 70. Any Hand Weaving.............................................................. 3 2 1 34. Rug .................................................................. 71. Placemat ................................................................................. 3 2 1 72. Wall-Hanging........................................................................ 3 2 1 35. Circle of Free Form .......................................... 73. Book-Mark ............................................................................. 3 2 1 74. Hand Made Felt.................................................................... 3 2 1 36. Small hand-woven item ................................... 75. Hand Spun Clothing ............................................................. 3 2 1 37. InkleRug ................................................................. 76. Hand Woven ................................................................. 3 2 1 77. Hand Spun .................................................................. 3 2 1 38. CardSocks weaving ................................................... 78. Hand Spun Mittens ............................................................... 3 2 1 39. Other ................................................................ 79. Hand Made Skein ................................................................. 3 2 1 80. Skein-Plyed ............................................................................ 3 2 1 champion secTion 3 ................................. 81. Hat-Headwear ...................................................................... 3 2 1 82. Scarf........................................................................................ 3 2 1 grand champion division m-1 ................... 83. Socks/Footwear .................................................................... 3 2 1 84. Other ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION ............................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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WHOLESALE DiSTRiBuTiON OF WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION OF PLumBiNg AND iNDuSTRiAL SuPPLiES PLUMBING AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES

2373 North Gregg St. P.O. Box 876 Phone 479-442-2325 2373 North Gregg St. Fayetteville, AR 72702-0876 Fax 479-442-9371

P.O. Box 876 Fayetteville, AR 72702-0876

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DIVISION O JUNIOR

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FOOD PRESERVATION

CO-CHAIRMAN - MARY LOFTUS & PHYLLIS WIRT

COMMITTEE: Nancy Luther, Hailey Moore,

& Sharon Schmitzs

RULES

In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: 1. Canned products must be shown in either standard pints or half-pint jars. No other jars will be accepted including wide mouth half pint or quart jars. 2. Only sealed jars of jam, jellies and preserves will be accepted. (No paraffin) 3. Judges reserve the right to open jars in case of doubt. 4. Products exhibited must be entered in name of person canning them. 5. All jars must be washed clean on the outside. 6. Each jar should be sealed with 2 piece vacuum caps. 7. PLEASE NOTE: Special entry tags and labels will be provided by the Fair and should be used. All jars should have labels that list method and processing times. These may be picked up before the fair from the Cooperative Extension Service Office and will be at check-in. 8. ALL ENTRIES MUST FOLLOW USDA RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TIME, TEMPERATURE AND PROCESSING METHODS. Recommendations may be obtained at nchfp.uga.edu.

Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com SECTION 1 - CANNED FRUIT & VEGETABLES (ACID) NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 1. Apples .............................................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Applesauce ......................................................................... 3 2 1 3. Apple pie filling .................................................................. 3 2 1 4. Peaches ............................................................................... 3 2 1 5. Pears .................................................................................... 3 2 1 6. Cherries ............................................................................... 3 2 1 7. Blueberries .......................................................................... 3 2 1 8. Blackberries........................................................................ 3 2 1 9. Plum juice ............................................................................ 3 2 1 10. Apple juice.......................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Grape juice ........................................................................ 3 2 1 12. Berry juice ........................................................................... 3 2 1 13. Cherry juice ........................................................................ 3 2 1 14. Tomatoes, quartered ........................................................ 3 2 1 86

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SECTION 2 - CANNED VEGETABLES NOTE: 1 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 22. Green beans, cut or broken ......................................... $3 $2 $1 23. Baby beets (not pickles .................................................... 3 2 1 24. Carrots................................................................................. 3 2 1 25. Corn-cream style (pints only ........................................... 3 2 1


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26. Corn-whole grain ........................................................... $3 $ 2 $1 27. English peas ........................................................................ 3 2 1 28. Field peas ........................................................................... 3 2 1 29. Greens ................................................................................. 3 2 1 30. Pumpkin ............................................................................... 3 2 1 31. Soup mixture(No potatoes) ............................................. 3 2 1 32. Tomatoes with vegetables (chili peppers, etc) ............. 3 2 1 33. Potatoes .............................................................................. 3 2 1 34. Squash (chunks only, no puree) ....................................... 3 2 1 35. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION FROM SECTIONS 1 & 2............$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3 - PICKLES, RELISHES & PERSERVES NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 36. Sweet ................................................................................ $3 $2 $1 37. Dill ........................................................................................ 3 2 1 38. Bread and Butter............................................................... 3 2 1 39. Mustard pickles.................................................................. 3 2 1 40. Pickle Relish ........................................................................ 3 2 1 41. Vegetable Relish................................................................ 3 2 1 42. Pickled beets ...................................................................... 3 2 1 43. Pickled okra ....................................................................... 3 2 1 44. Pickled green peppers ..................................................... 3 2 1 45. Pickled peppers................................................................. 3 2 1 46. Green Tomato Pickles ....................................................... 3 2 1 47. Specialty ............................................................................. 3 2 1 48. Fish House Relish ................................................................ 3 2 1 49. Corn Relish .......................................................................... 3 2 1 50. Zucchini ................................................................................ 3 2 1 51. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1 SECTION 4 - SAUCES NOTE: 1/2 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 52. Chili sauce ........................................................................ $3 $2 $1 53. Taco sauce .......................................................................... 3 2 1 54. Hot sauce ............................................................................ 3 2 1 55. Spaghetti sauce ................................................................. 3 2 1 56. Tomato sauce...................................................................... 3 2 1 57. Salsa .................................................................................... 3 2 1 58. Picante ................................................................................. 3 2 1 59. Other ................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION FROM SECTIONS 3 & 4............$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 5 - JAMS, JELLIES, & PRESERVES NOTE: 1/4 inch head space required at top of jar B R W CLASS 60. Blackberry jam ............................................................... $3 $2 $1 61. Blueberry jam .................................................................... 3 2 1 62. Strawberry jam ................................................................. 3 2 1 63. Cherry jam .......................................................................... 3 2 1 64. Mango jam ......................................................................... 3 2 1 65. Kiwi jam............................................................................... 3 2 1 66. Peach jam ........................................................................... 3 2 1 67. Other jam............................................................................ 3 2 1 68. Apple jelly .......................................................................... 3 2 1 69. Blackberry jerry ................................................................ 3 2 1 70. Blueberry jelly ................................................................... 3 2 1 71. Strawberry jelly ................................................................ 3 2 1 72. Grape or muscadine jelly ................................................ 3 2 1 73. Peach jelly .......................................................................... 3 2 1 74. Plum jelly ............................................................................. 3 2 1 75. Cherry jelly ......................................................................... 3 2 1

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76. Raspberry jelly ............................................................... $3 $2 $1 77. Mint jelly (food coloring accepted) ............................... 3 2 1 78. Pepper jelly (food coloring accepted) .......................... 3 2 1 79. Other jelly........................................................................... 3 2 1 80. Fruit syrup ........................................................................... 3 2 1 81. Berry preserves ................................................................. 3 2 1 82. Peach preserves ................................................................ 3 2 1 83. Plum preserves ................................................................... 3 2 1 84. Strawberry preserves ...................................................... 3 2 1 85. Other preserves................................................................. 3 2 1 86. Apple butter ....................................................................... 3 2 1 87. Peach butter ....................................................................... 3 2 1 88. Plum butter.......................................................................... 3 2 1 89. Other fruit butters ............................................................. 3 2 1 90. Mincemeat .......................................................................... 3 2 1 91. Marmalade ........................................................................ 3 2 1 CHAMPION FROM SECTION 5.....................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 6 - THREE JAR COLLECTIONS B R W CLASS 92. 3 jars vegetables (different) (not pickled) ................ $4 $3 $2 93. 3 jars fruit (different) ....................................................... 4 3 2 94. 3 jars tomatoes and tomato products (different)......... 4 3 2 95. 3 1/2-pint jars dried fruit (different) ........................... 4 3 2 96. 3 1/2-pint jars dried vegetables (different) ............... 4 3 2 97. 3 1/2-pint jars dried herbs (different) ......................... 4 3 2 CHAMPION FROM SECTION 6 ................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 7 - DRIED FOODS Displayed in standard home canning jars - Dried Herbs should be a “full” 1/2 pint B R W CLASS 98. 1/2 pint dried tomatoes ............................................... $3 $2 $1 99. 1/2 pint dried peaches ................................................... 3 2 1 100. 1/2 pint dried apples ...................................................... 3 2 1 101. 1/2 pint dried cherries .................................................... 3 2 1 102. 1/2 pint dried plums ........................................................ 3 2 1 103. 1/2 pint dried pineapple................................................ 3 2 1 104. 1/2 pint dried grapes ..................................................... 3 2 1 105. 1/2 pint dried fruit, other ............................................... 3 2 1 106. 1/2 pint dried corn........................................................... 3 2 1 107. 1/2 pint dried onion......................................................... 3 2 1 108. 1/2 pint dried squash ...................................................... 3 2 1 109. 1/2 pint dried green beans............................................ 3 2 1 110. 1/2 pint dried field beans .............................................. 3 2 1 111. 1/2 pint dried peas ......................................................... 3 2 1 112. 1/2 pint dried carrots ...................................................... 3 2 1 113. 1/2 pint dried okra .......................................................... 3 2 1 114. 1/2 pint dried vegetables, other ................................... 3 2 1 115. 1/2 pint dried herbs ........................................................ 3 2 1 116. 1/2 pint dried fruit roll-up .............................................. 3 2 1 117. Jerky .................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION FROM SECTION 7....................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 8 - MEAT B R W CLASS 118. Beef .................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 119. Chicken ................................................................................ 3 2 1 120. Pork ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 121. Fish ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 122. Game................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION FROM SECTION 8....................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION....................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 87


2014 Award Announcement BALL®FreshPreserving AWARD | FOR YOUTH Presented by: BALL®& KERR®FreshPreserving PRODUCTS In recognition of youth who excel in the art of fresh preserving (canning), Jarden Home Brands, marketers of the Ball® and Kerr® Fresh Preserving Products will present First Place Awards in designated categories. A panel of judges will select the best entry in each category for Fruit, Vegetable, Pickle, and Soft Spread. Entries must be preserved in Ball®Jars sealed with Ball®Lids and Bands or Ball®Collection Elite®Jars sealed with Collection Elite® Lids and Bands,Ball®Heritage Collection Jars sealed with

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Ball®Lids and Bands, or preserved in Kerr® Jars sealed with Kerr® Lids and Bands. In addition, soft spread entries must be prepared using Ball®Pectin: Classic, Low or No-Sugar Needed or Liquid. The best entry from each category will receive: • One (1) Five-Dollar ($5) Coupon for Ball® or Kerr®Fresh Preserving Products and one (1) Free (up to $5 value) Coupon for Ball® Pectin.

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DIVISION P JUNIOR

P

FOOD PREPARATION

CHAIRMAN - KAREN GLENN ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN – DEBBIE POPLIN

Check-in time

Must be checked in on Monday, 8am-12 noon, August 25

COMMITTEE: Steven Poplin, Phillip Glenn, Skyler

Smith, Eli Skelton, Luke Skelton, Kim Smith, Gabe Skelton, Sam Skelton, & Georgia Poplin

SPECIAL AWARDS

Judges Choice Best Cookie $25 Gift Certificate .......................................................................................... Sponsored by Harps Foods Judges Choice Best Cake $15 Gift Certificate ..................................................................Sponsored by Chuck’s Bakery, Fayetteville Best Bread $20 Gift Certificate .............................................................................. Sponsored by Stonemill Bread & Flour Company Bread $5 Cash ..........................................................................................................................................Sponsored by Bethel Grove 4-H Best Decorated Cake Special Award ................................................................................................................Sponsored by Wilton Inc. Best Pie Award $10 Cash .....................................................................................................Sponsored by Poplin Mobile Home Moving

RULES

In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: 1. Exhibitors should bring all exhibits on paper plates in zip lock bags, except Class 1. 2. Exhibit 1/2 cake ONLY, except Classes 1, 7 and 8. For plate of 3 items usesmall 6” plates. 3. After judging, at least a single serving will be left for exhibit unless quality deteriorates to point it becomes unattractive. Extra will be served to judges and workers. CLASS B R W 1. Cake decorating (may use Styrofoam)........................ $4 $3 $2 2. White butter cake, iced (from scratch) .......................... 3 2 1 3. Sponge cake, un-iced (from scratch) ............................... 3 2 1 4. Pound cake, un-iced (from scratch) ................................. 3 2 1 5. Fruit cake (ex. Apple, Christmas, Other)........................ 3 2 1 6. Special cake (ex. Carrot, oatmeal, graham cracker, other) ...................................................... 3 2 1 7. Baked Cheesecake (3” square). ...................................... 3 2 1 8. Unbaked Cheesecake (3” square) ................................. 3 2 1 9. Angel Food cake ................................................................. 3 2 1 10. Coffee cake ........................................................................ 3 2 1 11. Cupcakes, un-iced .............................................................. 3 2 1 12. Cupcakes, decorated ........................................................ 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

White bread (1/2 standard loaf).................................. Wheat bread (1/2 standard loaf) ................................ Bread machine bread (1/2 loaf) ................................... Sourdough bread (1/2 standard loaf) ......................... Yeast rolls (plate of 3 rolls).............................................. Sweet rolls (plate of 3 rolls) ............................................ Sourdough rolls (plate of 3) ............................................ Quick Bread (1/2 loaf) .................................................... Muffins (3) ...........................................................................

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22. Biscuits (3) .......................................................................... $3 $2 $1 23. Cornbread (3 muffins or 3” square) .............................. 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 24. Other breads ...................................................................... 3 2 1 25. Rolled Cookies (3) Cookie Cutter ................................... 3 2 1 26. Cookies, fancy or decorated (3)..................................... 3 2 1 27. Drop cookies (3) ................................................................. 3 2 1 28. Cookies, other (3)............................................................... 3 2 1 29. Bar cookies (plate of 3) .................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 30. Brownies, iced (plate of 3) ............................................... 3 2 1 31. Brownies, no icing (3)......................................................... 3 2 1 32. Fudge (3 pieces) ................................................................ 3 2 1 33. Mints (3) ................................................................................. 3 2 1 34. Other candy (3) ................................................................... 3 2 1 35. Pastry Shell ........................................................................... 3 2 1 36. Fruit Pie.................................................................................. 4 3 2 37. Cream Pie ............................................................................. 4 3 2 38. Other Pie ............................................................................... 3 2 1 39. Gift Jar (jar no larger than quart size) ........................... 3 2 1 40. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION ................................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 89


6. Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade ................. 3.00 2.00 7. Decorated Bedroom Pillow ...................................................... 3.00 2.00 8. Decorative Living Room Pillow, completely handmade ........... 3.00 2.00 9. Decorated Living Room Pillow................................................. 3.00 2.00 10. No Sew Pillow .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 11. Pillow ....................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 12. Place Mat ................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 13. Table or Luncheon Cloth .......................................................... 3.00 2.00 14. Pot Holder - Decorative ........................................................... 3.00 2.00 15. Pot Holder - Functional ............................................................ 3.00 2.00 6. Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade ................. 3.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 16. Casserole Carrier ..................................................................... 2.00 CO-CHAIRMAN - CAROL JETTON COMMITTEE: Tandy Kidd &................. Josh 3.00 Jetton 6.6. Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade 2.00 1.00 Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade ................. 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 7. Decorated Bedroom Pillow ...................................................... 3.00 2.00 7. Decorated Bedroom Pillow ...................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 17. Towel8. ...................................................................................... 2.00 7. Decorated Bedroom ...................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 Decorative Living RoomPillow Pillow, completely handmade ...........3.00 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 8.8. Decorative 1.00 & JOHNNA KIDD DecorativeLiving LivingRoom RoomPillow, Pillow,completely completelyhandmade handmade........... ........... 3.00 2.00 1.00 18. Latch9.Hooked Item ................................................................... 2.00 Decorated Living Room Pillow ................................................. 3.00 3.002.002.00 1.00 9.9. Decorated Living Room Pillow ................................................. 3.00 1.00 Decorated Living Room Pillow................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 10. No Sew Pillow .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 10. No Sew Pillow .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 19. Car Knapsack 3.00 2.00 2.00 10. No........................................................................... Sew Pillow .......................................................................... 3.00 1.00 11. 11. Pillow ....................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 Pillow ....................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 11. Pillow ....................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 6. Decorative Bedroom Pillow, completely handmade ................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 20. Personal Travel Kit ................................................................... 3.002.00 2.00 Place 3.00 1.00 12. 12. Place MatMat ................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 RULES 12. Place Mat................................................................................. ................................................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 7. Decorated Bedroom Pillow ...................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 13. Table ororLuncheon Cloth .......................................................... 3.00 1.00 21. Tissue 2.00 13. Holder Table or........................................................................... Luncheon Cloth .......................................................... 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 1.00 13. Table Luncheon Cloth .......................................................... 8. Decorative Living Room Pillow, completely handmade ........... 3.00 2.00 1.00 In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: Pot --Decorative ........................................................... 3.00 1.00 1.00 14. 14. Pot Holder - Decorative ........................................................... 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 14. PotHolder Decorative ........................................................... 9. Art Decorated Living Room Pillow............................................ ................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 22. Household -Holder mixed technique 2.00 Pot Holder -are ............................................................ 3.00 2.00 1. Any item not ďŹ tting a class will be put aside until23. 5 orCoaster more like items submitted. There is no guarantee they will be1.00 15. Holder Pot Holder -Functional Functional ............................................................ 15. 15. Pot - Pillow Functional ............................................................ 3.00 2.00 10. No Sew .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 (not crocheted/knitted) ............................................... 3.002.00 2.00 16. Carrier ..................................................................... 1.00 16. Casserole Casserole Carrier .....................................................................3.00 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 11. Pillow ....................................................................................... 16. Casserole Carrier ..................................................................... 3.00 2.00 entered. 17. Towel ...................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 24. Napkin ............................................................................. 2.00 17. Towel ...................................................................................... 12. Place Mat ................................................................................. 3.00 1.001.00 17. Ring Towel ...................................................................................... 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 18. Latch Hooked Item ................................................................... 1.00 2. All jewelry must be submitted in a sandwich size 25. zippered bag that you provide. We will not accept 3.00 item if not2.00 bagged 18. Latch Hooked Item ................................................................... 13. Table or Luncheon Cloth .......................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 18. 19. Latch Hooked Item ................................................................... 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 No Sew Fleece Throw .............................................................. 2.00 Car ........................................................................... 3.00 1.00 19. CarKnapsack Knapsack ........................................................................... 14. Pot Holder Decorative ........................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 19. Car Knapsack ........................................................................... 3.00 2.00 correctly. 20. Personal Travel Kit 3.00 1.00 26. Fleece Scarf ............................................................................. 3.002.00 2.00 20. Personal Kit................................................................... ................................................................... 2.00 1.00 15. Pot HolderTravel - Functional ............................................................ 3.00 20. 21. Personal Travel Kit ...................................................................3.00 3.00 2.00 Holder ........................................................................... 2.00 1.00 1.00 21. Tissue Tissue Holder ........................................................................... 16. Casserole Carrier ..................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 27. Fleece Mittens .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 21. 22. Tissue Holder ........................................................................... 3.00 2.00 Art 2.00 1.00 1.00 22. Household Household Art--mixed mixedtechnique technique............................................ ............................................3.00 17. Towel ...................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 28. Tie Dye household item ........................................................... 2.00 (not 1.00 22. 23. Household Art - crocheted/knitted) mixed technique............................................... ............................................ 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 23. Coaster Coaster (not crocheted/knitted) ...............................................3.00 18. Latch Hooked Item................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 24. ............................................................................. 3.00 1.00 SECTION 1 - JEWELRY/ACCESSORIES 3Ring -crocheted/knitted) CERAMICS & ............................................... POTTERY 23. SECTION Coaster (not 3.00 3.002.00 2.00 24. Napkin Napkin Ring ............................................................................. 29. Pin Cushion ............................................................................. 2.00 19. Car Knapsack ........................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 25. Throw .............................................................. 2.00 1.00 1.00 24. CLASS Napkin Ring ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 25. No NoSew SewFleece Fleece ..............................................................3.00 20. Personal Travel Throw Kit ................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 B R 30.W Machine B 2.00 R W 1.00 CLASS Sewn Blanket or Fleece Throw .................................. 3.00 2.00 Fleece Scarf ............................................................................. 26. Sew Fleece Scarf ............................................................................. 25. 26. No Fleece Throw ..............................................................3.00 3.00 2.00 21. Tissue Holder ........................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 1. Barrette............................................................................... $3 $2 31. $1 Napkin25. Painted Ceramics .............................................................. $3 $2 $1 27. Fleece Mittens .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 27. Household Fleece 22. Art .......................................................................... - mixed technique ............................................ 3.00 1.001.00 26. ...................................................................................... Fleece ScarfMittens ............................................................................. 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2. Earring ................................................................................... 3 2 1 26. .......................................................................... 3 2.002 1 1.00 28. Tie Dye household item 3.00 28. Clay TieMittens DyePottery household item........................................................... ........................................................... 23. Coaster (not crocheted/knitted) ............................................... 3.00 1.001.00 27. Made Fleece .......................................................................... 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 32. Leather Item ................................................................... 2.00 29. Pin ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 3. Pins.......................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 3)............................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 29. Dye PinCushion Cushion ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 24. Napkin Ring 28. Tie household item ........................................................... 3.00 2.00 Hat 3.002.00 2.00 30. Machine Sewn ororFleece 1.00 30................................................................................. Machine SewnBlanket Blanket.............................................................. FleeceThrow Throw.................................. ..................................3.00 25. No Sew Fleece Throw 3.00 2.00 1.00 4. Necklace ................................................................................ 3 2 33.1 Fleece 29. 31. Pin Cushion .............................................................................3.00 3.00 2.00 ...................................................................................... 1.00 1.00 31. Napkin Napkin ...................................................................................... 26. Fleece ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 Blanket or Taggie .............................................. 3.002.00 2.00 5. Bracelet.................................................................................. 3 2 34.1 Baby30.Snuggle SECTION 4Scarf - HANDMADE Machine Sewn Blanket................................................................... or FleeceFLOWERS Throw .................................. 3.00 2.00 32. Made 2.00 1.00 1.00 32. Leather LeatherMittens MadeItem Item ...................................................................3.00 27. Fleece .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 ........................................................................................ 3.00 2.00 6. Jewelry Sets .......................................................................... 3 2 35.1 Other 31. CLASS Napkin ...................................................................................... 3.00 2.00 33. Hat ................................................................................ 3.00 B 2.00 R W 1.00 33. Fleece Fleece ................................................................................ 2.00 1.001.00 28. Tie DyeHat household item ........................................................... 3.00 34. Baby Snuggle Blanket ororTaggie 2.00 1.00 1.00 32....................................................................... Leather Made Item ................................................................... 3.00 $3$5.00 2.00 $1 7. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 champion 1 addiTional 34. Crocheted Baby Snuggle Blanket Taggie.............................................. ..............................................3.00 27. ........................................................................... $2 29. Pin Cushion ............................................................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 35. Other 3.00 2.00 1.00 33. 28. Fleece Hat........................................................................................ ................................................................................ 3.00 2.00 8. Shoe........................................................................................ 3 2 1 35. Tissue Other ........................................................................................ 30. Machine Sewn............................................................................. Blanket or Fleece Throw .................................. 3.00 twist 3 2.00 2 1 1.001.00 ...................................................................... $5.00 34. champion Baby Snuggle Blanket or Taggie ..............................................3.00 3.00 2.00 premium champion ...................................................................... $5.00 addiTional addiTional premium 31. Napkin ...................................................................................... 2.00 9. Purse ....................................................................................... 3 2 sectioN 1 Fabric ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 1.001.00 2 -29. crochet/KNittiNg 35. Other ........................................................................................ 3.00 2.00 32. Leather Made Item ................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.001.00 10. Magnet .................................................................................. 3 2 1 sectioN 2 crochet/KNittiNg 30. Plastic ..................................................................................... 3addiTional 2 1 premium sectioN 2........................................................................ -Hat crochet/KNittiNg 36. Dishcloth 3.00 2.00 33. Fleece ................................................................................ 3.00$5.00 2.00 1.00 champion ...................................................................... 36. Dishcloth ........................................................................ 3.00 11. Key Chain .............................................................................. 3 2 1 36. Dishcloth ........................................................................ 3.00 2.002 1.00 31. Filter.......................................................................... 3 2.00 1 1.00 34. Coffee Baby Snuggle Blanket or Taggie .............................................. 3.00 2.00 1.00 Potholder .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 37. Potholder .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 37. 12. Beaded Bookmark ............................................................... 3 2 1 Potholder .......................................................................... 3.00 3.00 2.002 1.00 37. 35. 2 Other ........................................................................................ 2.00 1.00 32. Other ...................................................................................... 3 1 sectioN crochet/KNittiNg 38. 2.00 1.00 2.00 38. Doily Doily ....................................................................................... .......................................................................................3.00 3.00$5.003.00 2.00 1.00 13. Other Bookmark................................................................... 3 2 38.1 Doily36........................................................................................ champion ...................................................................... addiTional Dishcloth ........................................................................ 3.00 2.00 premium 1.00 CHAMPION (SECTION 4).............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 39. Basket or vase ......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 39.vase Basket or vase ......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 or ......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 14. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 39.1 Basket Potholder .......................................................................... 3.00 2.00 1.00 37. 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COMMITTEE: Cody Roebke, Laney Roebke,

Autumn Gregg, Lisa Gregg, Robby Roebke

In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: 1. Absolutely NO kits. 2. Stickers may not be used as the main focus of any artwork unless they have been handmade. 3. No Lego type entries. 4. No art made primarily from craft foam or crafts sticks will be accepted. 5. All artwork and crafts MUST be able to be handled without falling apart. 6. We are not responsible for damages. 7. All artwork must not have been entered previously. Please note: Some classes have been removed from this division in order to encourage higher quality crafting being entered by our youth. No substitutions or exceptions will be made. Please enter only quality crafted items. Please only enter items that the Youth really did themselves. We want to teach honesty and integrity as well as encouraging children to be proud of their achievements because it is their very best work. SECTION 1 - WEARABLE ART B R W CLASS 1. Decorated T-Shirt or Socks (no hangers) ....................... $3 $2 $1 2. Tie-Dye T-Shirt, Socks, or Accessories .............................. 3 2 1 3. Decorated Hat or Visor ...................................................... 3 2 1 4. Mask ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 5. Other ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 1) ....................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 2 - YARD/GARDEN DECORATION B R W CLASS 6. Stepping Stone ................................................................... $3 $2 $1 7. Decorated Rocks .................................................................. 3 2 1 8. Functional Birdhouse (ready to hang) .............................. 3 2 1 9. Non-Functional Birdhouse (decorated)............................. 3 2 1 10. Bird Feeder ........................................................................... 3 2 1 11. Outside Decoration.............................................................. 3 2 1 12. Decorated Flower Pot ......................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 2)........................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 3 - SEASONAL DECORATIONS B R W CLASS 13. Christmas Tree Ornament ................................................. $3 $2 $1 14. Christmas Decoration (no wreaths) ................................... 3 2 1 15. Other Holiday Decoration.................................................. 3 2 1

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16. Memory Book (MUST be more than cover and must have 10 individual pages flagged for judging that have NOT been shown before) ................ $3 $2 $1 17. Covered Album .................................................................... 3 2 1 18. Homemade Greeting Card................................................ 3 2 1 19. Decorated Gift Box or Bag ............................................... 3 2 1 20. Ornamental Box ................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 3)..............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM SECTION 4 - MISCELLANEOUS B R W CLASS 21. Homemade paper stationary .......................................... $3 $2 $1 22. Origami ................................................................................. 3 2 1 23. Woodcarving........................................................................ 3 2 1 24. Macramé ............................................................................... 3 2 1 25. Plastic Canvas Needle Pointing......................................... 3 2 1 26. Homemade Candle (must be functional) ......................... 3 2 1 27. Candle Holder ...................................................................... 3 2 1 28. Handmade Soap ................................................................. 3 2 1 29. Decorative Dish .................................................................... 3 2 1 30. Recycled Art.......................................................................... 3 2 1 31. Sand Art ................................................................................. 3 2 1 CHAMPION (SECTION 4) ..............................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION......................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 4-H AWARD .....$5 AWARD FROM PARENTS & LEADERS ASSOCIATION 91


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DIVISION TT

FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN -JOYCE CHEEVERS & TIFFANY ROGERS

JUNIOR

COMMITTEE: Anika Armstrong, Jeannie Armstrong,

Zoe Armstrong, Kenley Bramall, Lauren Cheevers, Kayla Mahan, Nick Pohlman, Tami Pohlman, Will Pohlman, Blayke Rogers, & Stephanie Woods

RULES In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80:

1. Items must be matted and ready to hang with the exception of sculptures. NO GLASS IN FRAMES, DUE TO THE RISK OF BREAKAGE. Entries not ready to hang or entries that have glass in frames will not be accepted. 2. Size of entries will be limited to no smaller than 5” X 7” and no larger than 22” x 28”. Three dimensional entries (sculpture) cannot be accepted if they cannot be safely displayed in display cases. 3. No wet paintings accepted. 4. No traced pattern pictures, store bought art, clip art designs, paint-by-number or coloring book pages are allowed. No “kit” artwork. Please do not enter items made with purchased stamps, stencil, etc... Items made with premade stamps, etc...should be entered in another division (usually RR). This division is for original artwork. 5. The sculpture section is for original, decorative pieces only. Functional pieces, pottery should be entered in division RR Creative Arts. Please do not use this section to enter duplicate items. 6. The superintendent has the right to refuse exhibits that are inappropriate or not in the best interest of the fair. 7. Class 18 - Print and Print Device should be entered together.

Entries will be judged on technical merit, originally and artistic expression, and presentation. PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the Junior Home Economics Department Rules, only one entry will be allowed per class.

SPECIAL AWARDS - THANKS TO ALL OUR SPONSORS!

Best 4-H Exhibit $5 Cash............................................................................... Sponsored by Washington County 4-H Parents & Leaders Association Artwork of Special Merit $10 Cash .......................................................................................................................... Florence Lowery Memorial Award Special Merit $10 Cash The following awards are judges choice for artwork that has not won another prize: Best Artwork Depicting Truckand/or Trailer or Transportation $10 Cash..................................................... Sponsored by Wayne & Gala Miller Best Artwork Depicting Farm Animals $10 Cash .......................................................................................................................Sponsored by PLR Farms Best Artwork of a Building or Landscape with a Building $10 Cash........................................................... Sponsored by David McKee, Architects Best Artwork Depicting Plants or Flowers $10 Cash ........................................................................................................ Sponsored by Farmers Coop Best Collage ............................................................................................................................................................................. Sponsored by Cheevers Farm Best Sculpture ........................................................................................................................................................................ Sponsored by Ozark Sod, LLC Best Marker Drawing ........................................................................................................................................................... Sponsored by Double T Farms

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CLOTHESLINE ART RULES 1. Participants must be 5 years of age or younger. 2. One entry per child. 3. Ribbons will be awarded, but no cash prize will be given for the ribbon. SECTION 1 - PAINTINGS B R W CLASS 1. Oils ....................................................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Acrylic ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 3. Watercolor ............................................................................ 3 2 1 4. Other Painting (not a duplicate of the above) ............... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

SECTION 5 - COLLAGE B R W CLASS 20. Collage - single material ................................................ $3 $2 $1 (ex. paper only, fiber only) 21. Collage - two or more materials ...................................... 3 2 1 (ex. paper and fabric, painting and fiber) 22. Collage - three or more materials .................................... 3 2 1

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SECTION 2 - DRAWINGS SECTION 6 - COMPUTER ARTS Personal Entry Sheet B R W B R W CLASS CLASS 5. Pastel ................................................................................... $3 $2 Please $1 Computer arts must all be created by the artist’s own Print 6. Pen & Ink ................................................................................ 3 2 1 imagination. No prefabricated computer arts will be 7. Pencil / graphite................................................................... 3 2 1 accepted (examples: no color fill-in prints or no clip art) Date: art_________________ 8. Colored pencil ...................................................................... 3 2 1 23. Computer generated (color) ..................................... $3 $2 $1 9. Charcoal................................................................................. 3 2 1 24. Computer generated art (black & white) ........................ 3 2 1 10. Markers ................................................................................. 3 2 1 Name: __________________________________________________________ 11. Crayons .................................................................................. 3 2 1 SECTION 7 - MIXED MEDIUM Last First CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM B R W CLASS 25. Paintings (ex. pen & ink, watercolor) ............................. $3 $2 $1 SECTION 3 - SCULPTURE 26. Drawings (ex. markers, pen & ink) .................................... 3 2 1 Address: ________________________________________________________ B R W 27. Collage and Painting/Drawing ......................................... 3 2 1 CLASS Three dimensional pieces-please note size restrictions. No pottery. 28. Other Mixed Media............................................................. 3 2 1 City: _________________________________ Zip: _____________________ 12. Clay sculpture, realistic .................................................... $3 $2 $1 13. Clay sculpture, abstract....................................................... 3 2 1 SECTION 8 - MISCELLANEOUS 14. Other Sculpture, realistic..................................................... 3 2 1 B R W CLASS __________________________ Phone: _________________________ Club: 15. Other sculpture, abstract .................................................... 3 2 1 29. Graphic/Commercial Design .......................................... $3 $2 $1 4-H, or FFA) CHAMPION.............................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 30. Cartooning(EHC, ............................................................................. 3 2 1 31. Other (artwork that does not fit into SECTION 4 - PRINTMAKING any other class) ..................................................................... 3 2 1 Birth stamps, Date: __etc...) \ ____ \ ____ (No purchased stencils, CHAMPION SECTIONS 5-8 .....................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM B R W GRAND CHAMPION 1-8.........................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM CLASS 16. Block printing (wood/linoleum cut)................................. $3 $ 2 $1 Jr. ____________ Open ___________ (Print & Print Device shall(age be entered together.) under 19 years) (age over 19 years) 17. Etchings, Engravings ............................................................. 3 2 1 18. Mono Print.............................................................................. 3 2 1 19. Other printmaking (ex. stenciling) ..................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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DIVISION

PHOTOGRAPHY CO-CHAIRMEN -CHAL SIMS & KIRK SIMS

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JUNIOR

COMMITTEE: Dustin Sims, Stacy Watkins, Destiny

Watkins & Haylee Sims RULES In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80:

1. All photographs must be matted or mounted. No frames or glass allowed. No construction paper frames. 2. Only one picture may be entered in each class. If you have two pictures that could be entered in the same class, you must make a choice. The second picture may not be entered in General Class, classes 9 and 18 are for pictures that do not fit any of the other classifications. 3. No duplicate pictures in b/w and then color. Pictures must have been exposed by exhibitor but may be professionally developed and/or printed. 4. Pictures must have never before been exhibited at the Washington County Fair. 5. Prints must measure 8 x 10 or 11 x 14, matted or mounted to 11 x 14.

SCORECARDS: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com or extension office SECTION 1—BLACK & WHITE (No purchased stamps, stencils, etc...) B R W CLASS 1. Still Life (inanimate objects put together by photographer intentionally to create an interesting grouping) ................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Nature (wild plant and/or animals) ................................. 3 2 1 3. Domestic Animals .................................................................. 3 2 1 4. Domestic Garden Plants/Flowers ...................................... 3 2 1 5. Scenic-Landscapes, seascapes, or more selective views such as a single tree; which may or may not include animals or people................................... 3 2 1 6. Architecture– interiors, exteriors, bridges, sculpture, monuments, walls, or archeological ruins ....... 3 2 1 7. Portrait– A person as the dominant feature revealing something of the character or mood of the subject ............................................................. 3 2 1 8. Photo Journalism - Any view involving man and his environment that might be seen in a newspaper or magazine—human interest, humor, pathos, sports, pictures that tell a story. Must have title displayed...... 3 2 1 9. Computer Generated .......................................................... 3 2 1 10. General (Doesn’t fit any above class) .............................. 3 2 1 11. Humor ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

SECTION 2—COLOR (No purchased stamps, stencils, etc...) CLASS B R W 11. Still Life (inanimate objects put together by photographer intentionally to create an interesting grouping) .................................................. $3 $2 $1 12. Nature (wild plant and/or animals) ................................ 3 2 1 13. Domestic Animals ................................................................. 3 2 1 14. Domestic Garden Plants/Flowers ..................................... 3 2 1 15. Scenic-Landscapes, seascapes, or more selective views such as a single tree; which may or may not include animals or people .............................................................................. 3 2 1 16. Architecture- interiors, exteriors bridges, sculpture, monuments, walls, or archeological ruins .............................................................. 3 2 1 17. Portrait-A person as the dominant feature revealing something of the character or mood of the subject ..................................... 3 2 1 18. Photo Journalism - Any view involving man and his environment that might be seen in a newspaper or magazine-human interest, humor, pathos, pictures that tell a story. Must have title displayed .................................................. 3 2 1 19. Computer generated .......................................................... 3 2 1 20. General-doesn’t fit any other class .................................. 3 2 1 21. Humor .................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM 95


SECTION 3—SEPIA (No purchased stamps, stencils, etc...) B R W CLASS 1. Still Life (inanimate objects put together by photographer intentionally to create an interesting grouping) ................................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Nature (wild plant and/or animals) ................................. 3 2 1 3. Domestic Animals .................................................................. 3 2 1 4. Domestic Garden Plants/Flowers ...................................... 3 2 1 5. Scenic-Landscapes, seascapes, or more selective views such as a single tree; which may or may not include animals or people................................... 3 2 1 6. Architecture– interiors, exteriors, bridges, sculpture, monuments, walls, or archeological ruins ....... 3 2 1 7. Portrait– A person as the dominant feature revealing something of the character or mood of the subject ............................................................. 3 2 1 8. Photo Journalism - Any view involving man and his environment that might be seen in a newspaper or magazine—human interest, humor, pathos, sports, pictures that tell a story. Must have title displayed...... 3 2 1 9. Computer Generated .......................................................... 3 2 1 10. General (Doesn’t fit any above class) .............................. 3 2 1 11. Humor ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 CHAMPION.............................................$5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM GRAND CHAMPION .............................. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

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RULES In addition to the general adult home economics department rules on page 80: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Pre-register at the County Extension Office, 2536 N. McConnell Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72704 before August 1. Collections shall consist of not less than five (5) items; and if the collection has been exhibited at the Fair in prior years it must be changed or added to by no less than five (5) items. All cases are available on a first come - first served basis. Please include your telephone number and a brief description, size of your exhibit when pre-registering, and value. All booths will be roped off, but not wire enclosed. Fair Association is not responsible for lost or broken items. The following score sheet will be used in judging: Amount in collection: 10 points Degree of rareness: 15 points Value of collection: 15 points Display: 10 points All acceptable exhibits will be given ribbons and cash awards as follows; Blue........................................................................................................................................................................................................... $3 Red .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $2 White ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... $1 GRAND CHAMPION ......................................................................................................... $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


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City: _________________________________ Zip: _____________________ CHAIRMAN -ALICE LAMPE COMMITTEE-Jacqueline Eulenfeld Phone: _________________________ Club: __________________________ (EHC, 4-H,4.or FFA) Club name signs will be provided, but will not be posted RULES until after judging. In addition to the general youth home economics Birth Date: __ \ ____ \ ____ 5. NO CREPE PAPER OR STAPLES CAN BE USED. NOTHING department rules on page 80: CAN BE PASTED OR GLUED TO ANY PART OF THE Pre-register at the County Extension Office, 2536 N. McConnell Jr.____________ Open ___________ BOOTH ITSELF, AND ALL MATERIALS USED IN THE Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72704, before August 1. (age under 19 years) (age over 19 years) BOOTH, INCLUDING TACKS, THUMBTACKS, ETC. MUST 1. This division is open on a first come, first served basis to BE COMPLETELY REMOVED DURING CHECK-OUT TIME 4-H Clubs, F.F.A. and F.H.A. groups, and VICA (one per AT THE CLOSE OF THE FAIR. FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL school). RESULT IN FORFEITURE OF PREMIUM. 2. Booths are to be set up on Saturday before the fair 6. Booths vary slightly in size but are approximately: back begins, from 9am to 5pm. Booths may NOT be removed 38” high x 48” wide; floor 32” deep x 48” wide; wings early. Booths MUST be removed Sunday between 2pm 32” x 32”. and 4pm.. 7. The scorecard in Division U will be used for judging. 196aE.blue, mainred, or white ribbon. Premium 3. Booths will receive Farmington, AR 72730 money will be paid as follows: Blue - $45.00, Red Scorecards: Available online at Moore Embroidery 40.00, & White - 35.00 One booth will receive a grand mywashingtoncountyfair.com 267-5911 champion (479) or special rosette ribbon for being judged the Reba Moore best overall youth booth. It will receive an additional Keith Marrs Mike tooley premium of $15.00. owner owner

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TABLE SETTING

CHAIRMAN -DONNA EULENFELD

COMMITTEE: Jacqueline Eulenfeld

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In addition to the general adult home economics department rules: Pre-register at the County Extension Office, 2536 N. McConnell Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72704, before August 1. 1. Participation is limited to the first 30 registrants. Information sheet may be picked up at Extension office. 2. Exhibits must be placed by individuals or a group. However, no more than one award or one ribbon will be given to each exhibit. 3. Each exhibit must have a theme (birthday, holiday, football party, etc.) and a suitable menu. Menu and theme may be written or typed on a card or paper at least 5” X 7” in a picture frame. 4. All items to be used for table setting and arrangements are to be brought and set up at one time. Tape down any lightweight items. 5. The fair will furnish a 24” x 24” inch table for each participant. Only one place setting will be allowed on each table. Participants are required to furnish their own tablecloths, mats, china, flatware, etc. 6. Participants will be the ONLY persons allowed in the table setting area. 7. No coaching of participants by adults or other youth will be permitted during the time that the exhibit is being set up or judged – Participant will be disqualified.

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All acceptable exhibits will be given ribbons and cash awards as follows: Blue - $3.00, Red - $2.00 & White $1.00 All exhibits will be placed in a fenced-in area. However, the fair association cannot be held responsible for any loss or damages to property. The following score chart will be used: Champions will be selected in each category: (A) Formal Meal/Reception (B) Party Settings (C) General Settings. A Grand Champion will be selected and the 4-H Leaders award will be presented. Category Definitions: A formal setting is any dinner where china and crystal are used. Examples: weddings, banquets, fundraisers. A party setting is any event where people are invited and an invitation is sent. Examples: birthday parties, New Years, Halloween. A general settings is any time daily ware or paper ware is used. Examples: picnics, sleepovers, campouts. All party category entries must have a party invitation telling what, where & when. Participants wanting to enter more than one category may do so on the Friday before entries are set up. Participants must contact the Extension Office on the Friday before entries are set up. If spots are still available, participants may register to enter a second category. Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com


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COMMITTEE-Jacqueline Eulenfeld

PEE WEE: 8 & UNDER

BUMBLE BEE

In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: Pre-register at the County Extension Office, 2536 N. McConnell Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72704, before August 1. 1. Pre-register at the County Extension Office, 2536 N. McConnell Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72704, before August 1. Participation is limited to the first 15 registrants ages 5 to 8 years old. 2. Exhibits must be placed by individuals or a group. However, no more than one award or one ribbon will be given to each exhibit. 3. Each exhibit must have a theme (birthday, holiday, football party, etc.) and a suitable menu. Menu and theme may be written or typed on a card or paper at least 5” X 7” in a picture frame. 4. All items to be used for table setting and arrangements are to be brought and set up at one time. Tape down any lightweight items. 5. The fair will furnish a 24 x 24 inch table for each participant. In this division the tables will be 2 feet tall to allow the children to reach the top. Only one placesetting will be allowed on each table. Participants are required to furnish their own tablecloths, mats, china, flatware, etc. 6. Participants will be the ONLY persons allowed in the table setting area. 7. No coaching of participants by adults or other youth will be permitted during the time that the exhibit is being set up or judged – Participant will be disqualified. 8. All acceptable exhibits will be given ribbons and cash awards as follows: Blue - $3.00, Red - $2.00 & White - $1.00. With a Grand Champion award for the best over all. 9. All exhibits will be placed in a fenced-in area. However, the fair association cannot be held responsible for any loss or damages to property.

In addition to the general junior home economics department rules on page 80: 1. This category is for special needs children who would otherwise not be able to enter table setting. Pre-Register at the County Extension office 2536 N. McConnell Ave, Fayetteville, AR 72704 before Aug. 1 Participation is limited to the first 5 registrants 5 to 8 years old and the first 5 registrants 9-18 years old. 2. Exhibits must be placed by individual registrant and they may have on assistant to help themif needed. Assistant may put on tablecloth and hand items to exhibitor to place on table.Assistant cannot tell exhibitor where to put items on table or exhibitor will be disqualified. Nomore than one award or ribbon will be given to each exhibit. 3. Each exhibit must have a theme (birthday, holiday, football party, etc.) and a suitable menu.Menu and theme may be written or typed on a card or paper at least 5x7 in a picture frame. 4. The fair will furnish a 24x24 inch table for each participant. In this category the tables will be2 feet tall for those children 5-8 years old and 3 feet tall for those 9 and older. If exhibitor over9 years old needs a 2 foot table, please request table at pre-registering. 5. Only on place setting will be allowed on each table. Participants are required to furnish theirown table cloths, mats, china, flatware etc. 6. Participants will be judged on correctly setting table and ability will be taken into account,with overall appearance and theme. Participants will have the option to leave the judge anyconsiderations they feel that would explain their entry. 7. All acceptable exhibits will be given ribbons and cash awards as follows: Blue-$3.00, Red-$2.00, White-$1. With a Grand Champion award for best overall. 8. All exhibits will be placed in a fenced-in area. However, the fair association cannot be held responsible for any loss or damages to property.

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OPEN & JUNIOR

AGRONOMY DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENT- MARY CRUMLEY

870-270-6945 • marykay728@gmail.com

COMMITTEE: Washington County Master Gardeners

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTSELLEN JONES, BETTY SWOPE, & BERTA SEITZ

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ALL WORTHY EXHIBITS THAT FOLLOW RULES RECEIVE A BLUE, RED, OR WHITE RIBBON AS DETERMINED BY THE JUDGES, AND PREMIUM MONEY AS DESIGNATED IN THE CATALOG. IN ADDITION, ONE GRAND CHAMPION EXHIBIT WILL BE SELECTED FOR EACH DIVISION AND AWARDED A ROSETTE RIBBON AND AN EXTRA $5.00 IN PREMIUM MONEY. Each Youth Division will have a Judges Choice Awarded to a 4-Her from the 4-H Parent and Leaders’ Association. The Washington County Master Gardeners will award cash money to the Youth Grand Champion and Reserved Champion in each Division. A new registration card must be filled out before going to entry table and left at registration table when all entries are finished so premium money can be awarded. All exhibits shall be governed by the general rules unless otherwise stated. All entries should be grown by exhibitors or family for 90 days and entered in exhibitor’s name. Entries in Horticulture and Field Crops should be clean and whole, but trimmed of excess foliage. Entries will be judged on uniformity, quality, and free of disease and insect damage. Potted plants & Cut Flowers rules are on listed on their pages. Flower arrangement containers must have name on bottom of containers and the containers will be judged as part of exhibit. Accessories may be used in arrangements. Fair association will not be responsible for containers or accessories. Materials used in dried arrangements should be NATURAL MATERIALS FROM AREA but all other arrangements may not have artificial materials except class 23.

SCORECARDS: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com or extension office 10. Entomology is open to youth only and has two classes: pinned and photo. An individual may enter one entry in both classes. Entries should be have more entries each year entered. All insects must be mounted on standard insect pins in accordance with 4-H entomology standards. 11. Outdoor Art must be made or hand painted by person entering exhibit. Only one entry per class per exhibitor. See page for classes. 12. Exhibits will be accepted Monday 9:00am-7:00pm. Must be in door by 6:45pm. 13. Outdoor Art must be made or hand painted by person entering exhibit. Only one entry per class per exhibitor. See page for classes. 14. All exhibits must stay in place until the fair closes or no premium money will be given. 15. Judging will begin 7:30pm Monday Night for some classes or Tuesday Morning at 8:00pm. 16. The Horticulture Building will open at noon Tuesday after judging is complete. 17. Adult age is 19 and over. 18. Only one entry per class per exhibitors. 19. Check out time will be Sunday 2:00pm to 4:00pm only. If you cannot pick up Sunday at designated time you must make arrangements for someone else to pick up. 20. You can pick up you fair premium check on Sunday 2:00pm or Saturday night at 10:00pm. Check will be mailed if a stamped self-addressed envelope is left at fair office.

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DIVISION F ADULT

FIELD CROPS

CHAIRMAN- JAN JUDY & SUSAN YOUNG

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103

New registration card required in Horticulture Building SECTION 1 - CORN CLASS B R W 1. Hybrid (white), 3 ea .............................................................. $3 $2 $1 2. Hybrid (yellow), 3 ears ............................................................3 2 1 3. Popcorn, 3 ears, any variety...................................................3 2 1 4. Ornamental, 3 ears ..................................................................3 2 1 SECTION 2 - SMALL GRAINS

B R W CLASS 5. Oats (quart) ............................................................................ $3 $2 $1 SECTION 3 - PEANUTS

B R W CLASS 6. Peanuts (quart, any variety) ................................................. $3 $2 $1 SECTION 4 - HAY

B R W CLASS Two blocks or equivalent from round bale, securely tied with wire or twine 7. Alfalfa (two blocks) ............................................................... $3 $2 $1 8. Orchard grass (two blocks) .....................................................3 2 1 9. Bermuda (two blocks) ...............................................................3 2 1 10. Native grass (two blocks) ......................................................3 2 1 11. Fescue (two blocks) .................................................................3 2 1 12. Mixed grass (two blocks) ......................................................3 2 1 13. Silage (sealed quart jar) ......................................................3 2 1 14. Grass legume Mix (clover, lespedeza two blocks) ...........3 2 1 15. Johnson grass (two blocks) ....................................................3 2 1 SECTION 5 - SUNFLOWERS

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23. Mini Pumpkin (plate of 3) .................................................. $3 $2 $1 24. Luffa (dish rag) .......................................................................3 2 1 25. Basket mixed ornamental gourds (minimum 5) .................3 2 1 26. Bird House ................................................................................3 2 1 27. Bushel Basket ...........................................................................3 2 1 28. Spoon ........................................................................................3 2 1 29. Crown of ...................................................................................3 2 1 30. Autumn Wings .........................................................................3 2 1 31. Cave-man Gourd....................................................................3 2 1 32. Swan Gourd.............................................................................3 2 1 33. Bean Gourd .............................................................................3 2 1 34. Decorated Gourd ...................................................................3 2 1 35. Other .........................................................................................3 2 1 SECTION 7 - APIARY (one jar extracted honey any size)

B R W CLASS 36. Dark Honey in comb............................................................ $3 $2 $1 37. Dark Honey strained ..............................................................3 2 1 38. Light Honey in comb ...............................................................3 2 1 39. Light Honey strained ..............................................................3 2 1 SECTION 8 – SCARECROWS (actual garden useable)

B R W CLASS 38. Kid Decorated Scarecrow .................................................. $3 $2 $1 39. Mother Decorated Scarecrow ..............................................3 2 1 40. Father Decorated Scarecrow ...............................................3 2 1 41. Most Original (all above automatic entry) ........................3 2 1 SECTION 9 – FUNCTIONAL BIRD & BAT HOUSES

B R W CLASS 42. Bat House .............................................................................. $3 $2 $1 43. Wren House .............................................................................3 2 1 44. Bluebird House ........................................................................3 2 1 45. Purple Martin House ..............................................................3 2 1 46. License Plate House (made of at least one license plate) ...................................3 2 1 GRAND CHAMPION ........................ $5.00 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

B R W CLASS 16. Sunflower Large Seed Head (12” & above)..................$3 $2 $1 17. Sunflower Small Seed Head (less than 12”)......................3 2 1 18. Novelty – Biggest Sunflower Head (class 16 automatic entry) .....................................................3 2 1 SECTION 6 - GOURDS

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DIVISION G ADULT

HORTICULTURE

VEGETABLES & FRUITS

CHAIRMEN- - BERTA SITZ, TONYA COLLINS, RICHARD HOLLINSWORTH

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103

New registration card required in Horticulture Building CLASS B R W BEANS (plate of 5) 1. Green Beans ........................................................................ $3 $2 $1 2. Yellow wax .............................................................................. 3 2 1 3. Purple ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 4. Lima beans ............................................................................. 3 2 1 5. Yard long ............................................................................... 3 2 1 6. Horticulture beans ................................................................ 3 2 1 7. Soybeans (Edamame) .......................................................... 3 2 1 8. Others ...................................................................................... 3 2 1 COWPEAS (plate of 5) 9. Purple Hull ............................................................................... 3 10. Crowder ................................................................................... 3 11. Blackeye .................................................................................. 3 12. Cream ...................................................................................... 3 13. Other ........................................................................................ 3

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ONIONS/GARLIC/SHALLOTS/LEEKS (plate of 3) 54. Onions – red ........................................................................... 3 55. Onions – yellow...................................................................... 3 56. Onions – white ........................................................................ 3 57. Garlic (whole bulb) ............................................................... 3 58. Shallots (plate of 5) .............................................................. 3 59. Leeks (plate of 3) .................................................................. 3

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CUCUMBERS (plate of 3) 60. Pickle type .............................................................................. 3 61. Slicer type ............................................................................... 3 62. Burpless .................................................................................... 3 63. Other ........................................................................................ 3

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SUMMER SQUASH (plate of 3) 64. Yellow straight ........................................................................ 3 65. Yellow crookneck .................................................................... 3

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PEPPERS (plate of 3) 32. Bell - green ......................................................................... $3 $2 $1 33. Bell - red ................................................................................ 3 2 1 34. Bell - yellow ........................................................................... 3 2 1 35. Bell - purple ........................................................................... 3 2 1 36. Banana (hot or sweet) .......................................................... 3 2 1 37. Cayenne ................................................................................. 3 2 1 38. Jalapeno ................................................................................ 3 2 1 39. Hungarian Wax .................................................................... 3 2 1 40. Habanera ............................................................................... 3 2 1 41. Anaheim .................................................................................. 3 2 1 42. Pablano .................................................................................. 3 2 1 43. Rainbow plate (plate of 5) .................................................. 3 2 1 44. Pimento ................................................................................... 3 2 1 45. Others ...................................................................................... 3 2 1


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WINTER SQUASH (one) 72. Acorn ........................................................................................ 3 73. Butternut................................................................................... 3 74. Spaghetti ................................................................................. 3 75. Turban ...................................................................................... 3 76. Hubbard – Golden ................................................................ 3 76. Hubbard – Green .................................................................. 3 78. Hubbard – Blue ...................................................................... 3 79. Cushaw..................................................................................... 3 80. Golden nugget ....................................................................... 3 81. Other winter squash .............................................................. 3

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PUMPKINS (one) 82. Elongated ................................................................................ 3 83. Round........................................................................................ 3 84. Miniature ................................................................................. 3 85. White Pumpkin/ Cinderella ................................................. 3 86. Other ........................................................................................ 3

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WATERMELONS (one) 90. Carolina ................................................................................... 3 91. Seedless ................................................................................... 3 92. Yellow ....................................................................................... 3 93. Round........................................................................................ 3 94. Elongated ................................................................................ 3 95. Refrigerator (less than 5 pounds) ....................................... 3 96. Moon & Stars .......................................................................... 3 97. Other Heirlooms ..................................................................... 3

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SWEET CORN (plastic bag with 3 ears fresh only) 98. Yellow ....................................................................................... 3 99. White ....................................................................................... 3 100. Multicolored/Bi-colored...................................................... 3

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Zucchini – green .................................................................. $3 $2 $1 Zucchini - gold rush ................................................................ 3 2 1 Zucchini – speckled ................................................................ 3 2 1 Scallop – white ....................................................................... 3 2 1 Scallop – sunburst .................................................................. 3 2 1 Other summer squash ............................................................ 3 2 1

ROOT CROPS 101. Carrots, long type (plate of 3) .......................................... 3 102. Carrots, round type (plate of 3) ....................................... 3 103. Radishes, scarlet tops (plate of 5) .................................... 3 104. Radishes, red (plate of 5)................................................... 3 105. Radishes, white icicle (plate of 5) ..................................... 3 106. Radishes, purple (plate of 5) ............................................. 3 107. Horseradish (plate of 1 large) .......................................... 3 108. Ginger (plate of 1) .............................................................. 3 109. Parsnips (plate of 3) ............................................................ 3 110. Rutabaga (plate of 1) ........................................................ 3 111. Beets (plate of 3) ................................................................. 3 112. Jerusalem artichokes/Sun chokes (plate of 5) .......................................................................... 3 113. Basket, 3 or more kinds of root vegetables, with three or more specimens each (plate of 5) ............................................... 3 LEAF VEGETABLES (plate of 3 leaves) 114. Kale......................................................................................... 3 115. Collard Greens ..................................................................... 3 116. Mixed Leafy Greens ........................................................... 3

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FRUITS (plate of 3) 131. Pears ....................................................................................... 3 132. Blueberries (plate of 10) .................................................... 3 133. Apples - Red ......................................................................... 3 134. Apples - Golden................................................................... 3 135. Raspberries (plate of 8) ..................................................... 3 136. Blackberries (plate of 8) .................................................... 3 137. Other Fruits (Example walnuts/horse chestnuts) ............. 3

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122. Lavender ............................................................................. $3 $2 $1 123. Fennel (one stalk) ................................................................. 3 2 1 124. Sage ....................................................................................... 3 2 1 125. Oregano ................................................................................ 3 2 1 126. Cilantro................................................................................... 3 2 1 127. Mint ......................................................................................... 3 2 1 128. Rue .......................................................................................... 3 2 1 129. Thyme ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 130. Other Herbs .......................................................................... 3 2 1

HOME GARDEN FOOD BASKET 140. Best Exhibit of Home Garden Food Basket ......................................................... 12 8 6 • This exhibit is a quality selection of five or more different kinds and/or varieties of fruits and/or vegetables. Amounts of fruit and vegetables in this exhibit should be such that they can be arranged in a neat and orderly manner and have good eye appeal. There must be enough of each fruit or vegetable for the judge to determine quality. • All fruits and vegetables exhibited must be grown by the exhibitor with no artificial decorations. • No specimens in this exhibit may be entered in another class. Any combination of fruits and vegetables may be used. Those not listed in the catalog may be included. • The exhibit must be in a container such as a basket or box. It may be covered with a clear plastic cover but judges must be able to handle produce to determine quality. One-third (1/3) of the judging will be on how well the exhibit is prepared and presented. Packing such as paper, straw or cloth, may be used but the fruit and vegetables should be the main attraction of the exhibit. NOVELTIES-ONLY ONE ENTRY WINS PER ENTRY 141. Biggest Pumpkin (minimum 30 lbs) ............................................................... $3 142. Biggest Watermelon (minimum 30 lbs) .................................................................. 3 143. Biggest Sweet Potato .......................................................... 3 144. Biggest Irish Potato .............................................................. 3 145. Biggest Zucchini Squash ...................................................... 3 146. Biggest Butternut Squash .................................................... 3 147. Biggest Acorn Squash .......................................................... 3 148. Biggest Spaghetti Squash................................................... 3 149. Tallest Corn Stalk ................................................................. 3 150. Tallest Sunflower ................................................................... 3 151. Biggest Tomato ..................................................................... 3 152. Most Unusual Vegetable or Fruit ....................................... 3 153. Biggest Melon ....................................................................... 3 154. Ugliest Tomato ...................................................................... 3 155. Longest Ear of Corn ............................................................. 3 156. Biggest Cushaw .................................................................... 3 GRAND CHAMPION ................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM

HERBS (plate of 3 sprigs or equivalent sealed in zip lock with damp white paper towel) 117. Rosemary. .............................................................................. 3 2 1 118. Basil ........................................................................................ 3 2 1 119. Parsley .................................................................................... 3 2 1 120. Dill ........................................................................................... 3 2 1 121. Chives ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 105


CUT FLOWERS CHAIRMAN- - GLORIA MCINTOSH & SHERRY SISCO

DIVISION P-A ADULT

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103.

New registration card required in Horticulture Building In addition to the general adult or junior home economic department rules:

1. Cut flowers should be conditioned. (Cut early morning or late evening, put in water up to foliage, let set 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Cut end again and put in bottle with water for transportation.) 2. Plants will be watered by fair officials. However, exhibitor my come in any time after judging to freshen up or add water. 3. Vases will be furnished for exhibiting. Fair is not responsible for vases left.

SCORECARDS: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com CLASS B R W 1. Cosmos, 3 to 5 blooms with foliage.................................... $3 $2 $1 2. Dahlia (large) 5” or over with foliage .................................. 3 2 1 3. Dahlia (small) below 5” with foliage..................................... 3 2 1 4. Marigolds (large) 1 spray with foliage............................... 3 2 1 5. Marigolds (single or double small), 3 with foliage ........... 3 2 1 6. Zinnia (large), 1 bloom 3” or over with foliage................. 3 2 1 7. Zinnias (small) under 3”, 3 blooms with foliage ................. 3 2 1 8. Celosia (plume) 1 stem with foliage ..................................... 3 2 1 9. Celosia (crest) 1 stem with foliage ....................................... 3 2 1 10. Rose, 1 bloom with or without foliage ................................ 3 2 1 11. Roses, 2 or more blooms with or without foliage.............. 3 2 1 12. Miniature Rose, 1 bloom with or without foliage .............. 3 2 1

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CLASS B R W 13. Rudbekia ............................................................................... $3 $2 $1 14. Chrysanthemums, 1 spray with foliage............................... 3 2 1 15. Echinacea (one or more blooms).......................................... 3 2 1 16. Periwinkles, 1 stem or a spray with foliage....................... 3 2 1 17. Sunflower, 1 bloom with or without foliage ....................... 3 2 1 18. Hosta leaves with stem, (large one leaf) ........................... 3 2 1 19. Hosta leaves with stem, (small one leaf.) ........................... 3 2 1 20. Wildflower (cut from your property no roadside) ........... 3 2 1 21. Miscellaneous with foliage .................................................... 3 2 1 GRAND CHAMPION .......................... $5.00 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


POTTED PLANTS CHAIRMAN- - PEGGY FORD

DIVISION P-B

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103.

New registration card required in Horticulture Building In addition to the general adult or junior home economic department rules: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

ADULT

All entries must be grown for 60 days by exhibitor or family before fair. Only one entry per class per exhibitor. Potted plants with a drain hole must have a saucer. No pot larger than 12” in diameter across the top or 30” in overall height. Exception: Class #8, Class #11 & Class #18 Only one class of plant per pot. Exception Class #5 and Class #11. Container shall be judged as part of the exhibit. Exhibitors must furnish the name of the potted plants at entry. All hanging baskets must be equipped with a ring and a hook for hanging. Total length of hanging basket and plant must not exceed 5 feet.

10. Plants will be watered by fair officials. However, exhibitor my come in any time after judging to freshen up or add water.

Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com CLASS B 1. Ornamentals (Peppers, Jerusalem, Cherry, etc.) ............. $3 2. Begonia (all types)................................................................... 3 3. Succulents (includes Christmas Cacti) .................................... 3 4. Flowering plants – must be in bloom .................................... 3 5. Foliage plants ........................................................................... 3 6. Coleus ......................................................................................... 3 7. Cacti............................................................................................ 3 8. Dish garden (open container maximum 18” diameter) ....3 9. African Violets .......................................................................... 3 10. Ferns ......................................................................................... 3 11. Foliage Plants – floor size .................................................... 3 12. Hanging Baskets (see rules 6 & 7) .................................... 3

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WROUGHT IRON (handcrafted) B 1. Gates .................................................................................. $3 2. Trellis ...................................................................................... 3 3. Furniture .................................................................................. 3 4. Other ....................................................................................... 3 RECYCLED OUTSIDE ART (such as gazing balls, etc) 1. Iron .......................................................................................... 3 2. Hypertufa ............................................................................... 3 3. Other ...................................................................................... 3

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FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS CHAIRMEN- - LOIS SLUSAREK, PAT MILLS

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103. CLASS B 1. Marigolds (2” or larger diameter with their foliage ......$3 2. Marigolds (small).......................................................................3 3. Marigolds (mixed sizes) ...........................................................3 4. Zinnias (2” or larger diameter with their foliage ...............3 5. Zinnias (small with their foliage ..............................................3 6. Zinnias ( mixed sizes with their foliage .................................3 7. All Green (green container with green flower & foliage ..3 8. Black & White (black container, white flowers)...................3 9. Novice (arranger who has never won a blue ribbon) ........3 10. Oriental ....................................................................................3 11. Featuring 1 Blossom (must be an arrangement) ...............3 12. Arrangement to suggest Song or Movie Title ....................3 13. Tall Arrangement (material including vase 20”tall ..........3 14. Holiday Arrangement (Valentine, Halloween, etc.) ..........3 15. Wildflower Arrangement ......................................................3

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FF DIVISION JUNIOR

FIELD CROPS

CHAIRMEN- JAN JUDY & SUSAN YOUNG

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103

SECTION 1 - CORN B CLASS 1. Hybrid (white), 3 ea ......................................................... $3 2. Hybrid (yellow), 3 ears ....................................................... 3 3. Popcorn, 3 ears, any variety .............................................. 3 4. Ornamental, 3 ears ............................................................. 3

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SECTION 8 – SCARECROWS (actual garden useable) 40. Kid Decorated Scarecrow................................................... 3 41. Mother Decorated Scarecrow ............................................ 3 42. Father Decorated Scarecrow ............................................. 3 43. Most Original (all above automatic entry)...................... 3

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SECTION 9 – FUNCTIONAL BIRD & BAT HOUSES (must be correct holes sizes) 44. Bat House ............................................................................... 3 45. Wren House........................................................................... 3 46. Bluebird House ...................................................................... 3 47. Purple Martin House ............................................................ 3 48. License Plate House (made of at least one license plate) ... 3

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SECTION 10 – WEED IDENTIFICATION 49. An educational exhibit for a club. Limit one per club. Exhibit to be mounted on at least a 2’ X 2’ display board no larger than a 4’ X 4’ with a minimum of two species. Each species must be identified. Overall appearance of exhibit will be considered in judging 49. A 4-H Club........................................................................ $10 $8 $5 50. A FFA Club .......................................................................... 10 8 5 SECTIION 11 – HAY IDENTIFICATION An educational exhibit for a club. Limit one per club. Exhibit to be mounted on at least a 2’ X 2’ display board no larger than a 4’ X 4’ with a minimum of two species. Each species must be identified. Overall appearance of exhibit will be considered in judging 51. A 4-H Club.......................................................................... 10 8 5 52. A FFA Club .......................................................................... 10 8 5 GRAND CHAMPION ................................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


DIVISION G JUNIOR

G

HORTICULTURE

VEGETABLES & FRUITS

CHAIRMEN- - DEBBIE DOUGLAS, BEVERLY DIDIER, SUSAN GARDNER

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103

BEANS (plate of 5) B CLASS 1. Green Beans ........................................................................... $3 2. Yellow wax .................................................................................3 3. Purple ..........................................................................................3 4. Lima beans .................................................................................3 5. Yard long ....................................................................................3 6. Horticulture beans .....................................................................3 7. Soybeans (Edamame)...............................................................3 8. Others ..........................................................................................3

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TOMATOES/TOMATILLOS 20. Tomatillos (plate of 3)............................................................3 21. Red, large fruited variety (plate of 3)...............................3 22. Yellow, large fruited variety (plate of 3) .................................................................3 23. Other, large fruited variety (plate of 3) ...........................3 24. Paste-Roma (plate of 3) ........................................................3 25. Pear, red (plate of 5) ............................................................3 26. Pear, yellow (plate of 5) .......................................................3 27. Cherry (plate of 5).................................................................3 28. Heirloom (plate of 3) .............................................................3 29. Green (plate of 3) (2 1/2” frying size).............................3 30. Arkansas Pink (plate of 3) ....................................................3 31. Tomato (min. 8 on one with vine and attached)................3

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PEPPERS (plate of 3) CLASS B 32. Bell - green ........................................................................... $3 33. Bell - red ..................................................................................3 34. Bell - yellow .............................................................................3 35. Bell - purple .............................................................................3 36. Banana (hot or sweet)............................................................3 37. Cayenne ...................................................................................3 38. Jalapeno ..................................................................................3 39. Hungarian Wax ......................................................................3 40. Habanera.................................................................................3 41. Anaheim....................................................................................3 42. Pablano ....................................................................................3 43. Rainbow plate (plate of 5) ...................................................3 44. Piment .......................................................................................3 45. Others .......................................................................................3

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ONIONS/GARLIC/SHALLOTS/LEEKS (plate of 3) 54. Onions - red.............................................................................3 55. Onions - yellow .......................................................................3 56. Onions - white .........................................................................3 57. Garlic (whole bulb) ................................................................3 58. Shallots (plate of 5) ...............................................................3 59. Leeks (plate of 3) ...................................................................3

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WINTER SQUASH (one) 72. Acorn ...................................................................................... 3 73. Butternut ................................................................................ 3 74. Spaghetti............................................................................... 3 75. Turban .................................................................................... 3 76. Hubbard - Golden .............................................................. 3 77. Hubbard - Green ................................................................ 3 78. Hubbard - Blue .................................................................... 3 79. Cushaw .................................................................................. 3 80. Golden nugget ..................................................................... 3 81. Other winter squash ............................................................ 3

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PUMPKINS (one) 82. Elongated .............................................................................. 3 83. Round ..................................................................................... 3 84. Miniature ............................................................................... 3 85. White Pumpkin/ Cinderella............................................... 3 86. Other ...................................................................................... 3

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HERBS (plate of 3 sprigs or equivalent sealed in zip lock with damp white paper towel) 117. Rosemary ............................................................................ 3 2 1 118. Basil ..................................................................................... 3 2 1 119. Parsley ................................................................................. 3 2 1 112

B 120. Dill ....................................................................................... $3 121. Chives ................................................................................... 3 122. Lavender .............................................................................. 3 123. Fennel (one stalk) ............................................................... 3 124. Sage ..................................................................................... 3 125. Oregano .............................................................................. 3 126. Cilantro................................................................................. 3 127. Mint ....................................................................................... 3 128. Rue ........................................................................................ 3 129. Thyme ................................................................................... 3 130. Other Herbs ........................................................................ 3

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FRUITS (plate of 3) 131. Pears ..................................................................................... 3 132. Blueberries (plate of 10) .................................................. 3 133. Apples - Red ....................................................................... 3 134. Apples - Golden................................................................. 3 135. Raspberries (plate of 8) ................................................... 3 136. Blackberries (plate of 8) .................................................. 3 137. Other Fruits (Example/ walnuts/horse chestnuts) ................................................... 3

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HOME GARDEN FOOD BASKET 140. Best Exhibit of Home Garden Food Basket ........................................................ 12 8 6 • This exhibit is a quality selection of five or more different kinds and/or varieties of fruits and/or vegetables. Amounts of fruit and vegetables in this exhibit should be such that they can be arranged in a neat and orderly manner and have good eye appeal. There must be enough of each fruit or vegetable for the judge to determine quality. • All fruits and vegetables exhibited must be grown by the exhibitor with no artificial decorations. • No specimens in this exhibit may be entered in another class. Any combination of fruits and vegetables may be used. Those not listed in the catalog may be included. • The exhibit must be in a container such as a basket or box. It may be covered with a clear plastic cover but judges must be able to handle produce to determine quality. One-third (1/3) of the judging will be on how well the exhibit is prepared and presented. Packing such as paper, straw or cloth, may be used but the fruit and vegetables should be the main attraction of the exhibit. NOVELTIES-ONLY ONE ENTRY WINS PER ENTRY 141. Biggest Pumpkin (minimum 30 lbs)................................. 3 142. Biggest Watermelon (minimum 30 lbs) .......................... 3 143. Biggest Sweet Potato ........................................................ 3 144. Biggest Irish Potato ............................................................ 3 145. Biggest Zucchini Squash .................................................... 3 146. Biggest Butternut Squash .................................................. 3 147. Biggest Acorn Squash ........................................................ 3 148. Biggest Spaghetti Squash................................................. 3 149. Tallest Corn Stalk ............................................................... 3 150. Tallest Sunflower. ................................................................ 3 151. Biggest Tomato ................................................................... 3 152. Most Unusual Vegetable or Fruit ..................................... 3 153. Biggest Melon .................................................................... 3 154. Ugliest Tomato .................................................................... 3 155. Longest Ear of Corn ........................................................... 3 156. Biggest Cushaw .................................................................. 3 GRAND CHAMPION .............. $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


DIVISION K

ENTOMOLOGY

K

JUNIOR

CHAIRMAN-- SUSAN YOUNG

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103.

the box. The lower right hand corner of the box should show the number of orders and numbers of specimens. Exhibitors are encouraged to make entries in all classes for premiums.

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POINTS For each order correctly represented ...................................................3 points For each variety represented..................................... maximum of 25 points For correctness of pinning and labeling ................... maximum of 25 points For condition of specimen and correctness identification .................................................................. maximum of 25 points

SECTION B—PHOTO DISPLAY

SECTION A—PINNED DISPLAY

This exhibit in entomology are planned to be progressively more difficult. All insects must be mounted on standard insect pins in accordance with 4-H entomology standards.Diagram with common name should be provided with collection. 1.

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B Novice First Year (Box of adequate size to display collection) ...................................................................... $5 2. Cloverbud Division (5 TO 8 years old) .....................................5 Must be in standard size box 3. Junior Division (9 to 13 years old) ............................................5 Must be in standard size box 4. Senior Division (14 to 19 years old) .........................................5 Must be in standard size box 1.

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JUNIOR

CHAIRMAN- - GLORIA MCINTOSH

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103. In addition to the general Agronomy department rules: 1. Cut flowers should be conditioned. (Cut early morning or late evening, put in water up to foliage, let set 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Cut end again and put in bottle with water for transportation.) 2. Plants will be watered by fair officials. However, exhibitor my come in any time after judging to freshen up or add water. 3. Vases will be furnished for exhibiting. Fair is not responsible for vases left. Scorecards: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com CLASS B 1. Cosmos, 3 to 5 blooms with foliage ............................... $3 2. Dahlia (large) 5” or over with foliage.............................. 3 3. Dahlia (small) below 5” with foliage ................................ 3 4. Marigolds (large) 1 spray with foliage............................ 3 5. Marigolds (single or double small), 3 with foliage ........ 3 6. Zinnia (large), 1 bloom 3” or over with foliage ............. 3 7. Zinnias (small) under 3”, 3 blooms with foliage .............. 3 8. Celosia (plume) 1 stem with foliage.................................. 3 9. Celosia (crest) 1 stem with foliage .................................... 3 10. Rose, 1 bloom with or without foliage .............................. 3 11. Roses, 2 or more blooms with or without foliage ............ 3 12. Miniature Rose, 1 bloom with or without foliage ............ 3

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POTTED PLANTS CHAIRMAN- - PEGGY FORD

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JUNIOR

RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page103. In addition to the general Agronomy department rules: 1. Potted plants with a drain hole must have a saucer. 2. No pot larger than 12” in diameter across the top or 30” in overall height. Exception: Class #8, Class #11 & Class #19 3. Only one class of plant per pot. Exception Class #5 and Class #11. 4. Container shall be judged as part of the exhibit. 5. Exhibitors must furnish the name of the potted plants at entry.

CLASS B 1. Ornamentals (Peppers, Jerusalem, Cherry, etc.) ......... $3 2. Begonia (all types) ............................................................... 3 3. Succulents (includes Christmas Cacti) ................................ 3 4. Flowering plants – must be in bloom ................................ 3 5. Foliage plants ....................................................................... 3 6. Coleus ..................................................................................... 3 7. Cacti........................................................................................ 3 8. Dish garden (open container maximum 18” diameter) 3 9. African Violets....................................................................... 3 10. Ferns ....................................................................................... 3 11. Foliage Plants – floor size .................................................. 3 12. Hanging Baskets (see rules 6 & 7) ................................... 3

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SCORECARDS: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com

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OUTDOOR ART CHAIRMAN- - JUDI & KENNETH SARTWELL

All hanging baskets must be equipped with a ring and a hook for hanging. Total length of hanging basket and plant must not exceed 5 feet. Plants will be watered by fair officials. However, exhibitor my come in any time after judging to freshen up or add water.

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CHAIRMEN- - LOIS SLUSAREK, PAT MILLS RULES: See General Agronomy Rules on page 103.

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In addition to the general adult or junior home economic department rules: 1. All flowers and greenery must be home grown for 60 days prior (with the exception of class 25) and arranged by the exhibitor. 2. Exhibitors may freshen arrangements during the week after judging is completed. Entries will be released Sunday from2:00pm to 4:00pm. Fair is not responsible for containers or items left after 4pm Sunday. 3. The container will be judged as a part of the exhibit. 4. Each exhibit must have name and address of the exhibitor on the bottom of the container.

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CLASS B 1. Marigolds (2” or larger diameter with their foliage ..$3 2. Marigolds (small) ...................................................................3 3. Marigolds (mixed sizes) ........................................................3 4. Zinnias (2” or larger diameter with their foliage ............3 5. Zinnias (small with their foliage...........................................3 6. Zinnias ( mixed sizes with their foliage ..............................3 7. All Green (green container with green flower & foliage3 8. Black & White (black container, white flowers) ...............3 9. Novice (arranger who has never won a blue ribbon).....3 10. Oriental ...................................................................................3 11. Featuring 1 Blossom (must be an arrangement) ..............3 12. Arrangement to suggest Song or Movie Title ...................3 13. Tall Arrangement (material including vase 20”tall..........3 14. Holiday Arrangement (Valentine, Halloween, etc.) .........3 15. Wildflower Arrangement .....................................................3

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Fair association will not be responsible for containers or accessories. Accessories may be used. All fresh plant material should be hardened. To Harden: Cut flowers early morning or late evening, put in water up to foliage and let set 3 to 4 hours or overnight. Trim ends again and arrange. Materials used in dried arrangements should be NATURAL MATERIALS NATIVE TO THIS AREA. No artificial materials may be used in any arrangement, except class 23. SCORECARDS: Available online at mywashingtoncountyfair.com

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Dahlias................................................................................. $3 $2 $1 Cup and Saucer ....................................................................3 2 1 Old Fashioned Bouquet .......................................................3 2 1 Roses .......................................................................................3 2 1 Vertical Arrangement (All materials straight up) ...........3 2 1 Miniature (not over 5” wide x 5” high) ............................3 2 1 Miscellaneous Arrangement (fresh flowers with foliage)3 2 1 Driftwood (may include green material) .........................3 2 1 Dry material ..........................................................................3 2 1 Live arrangement made from plants not grown by exhibitor. (may be purchased or borrowed).....................................3 2 1 26. Mini Herb Arrangement (vase not taller than 4” with 3 herbs) ...............................3 2 1 27. Use Your Imagination ...........................................................3 2 1 GRAND CHAMPION ................................ $5 ADDITIONAL PREMIUM


INDEX OF ADVERTISERS 62 Auto Salvage & Sales................................................................. 27 Arkansas Portable Toilet Rentals ..................................................... 49 Arvest ......................................................................................................5 Big Al’s Pawn, Inc. .............................................................................. 46 Buzz Electric ........................................................................................ 14 C.A.R.E. Chiropractic Clinic ............................................................... 35 Chuck’s Paint Service ......................................................................... 17 Clearview Enterprise ......................................................................... 52 College Shoe Shop ..........................................................................100 Countryside Farm & Lawn Equipment Co. Inc. .............................. 36 Crescent Store .................................................................................... 35 Custom Tees ......................................................................................... 14 Eventures .............................................................................................. 41 Farm Credit Services of Western Arkansas................................108 Farmers Cooperative ........................................................................ 58 Farmers Livestock Auction ...............................................................108 Farmington Veterinary Clinic, P.A.................................................... 78 Feed, Seed & More........................................................................... 94 Flowers -N- Friends ............................................................................ 46 Garner Abattoir ................................................................................. 31 Hill Electric ........................................................................................... 83 Justus Cabinets & Supply ................................................................. 90 Kelley Lewis Concrete Finishing ....................................................... 85 King Electrical Contractors, Inc. ....................................................... 51 KURM Radio 790 AM & 100.3 FM ................................................ 46 L & S Feed & Supply ........................................................................ 83 Las Palmas ........................................................................................... 47 Legend Realty..................................................................................... 94 Lincoln Veterinaary Clinic Inc. .......................................................... 39 Medicap Pharmacy ........................................................................... 63 Moore Brothers Septic Systems, Inc. ............................................... 27 Moore Embroidery............................................................................. 23 Moore Farms ....................................................................................... 23 Morrow Heat & Air, LLC.................................................................... 50 Morrow Plumbing, Inc. .....................................................................100 Mountain Man’s Supplies & Pawn ................................................... 97

Northwest Arkansas Riding Club..................................................... 63 Ozark Electric ...................................................................................121 Pense Backhoe & Dozing .................................................................. 76 Pick-it Construction ............................................................................. 43 Powell Feed & Milling ....................................................................... 53 Prairie Grove Auto & Farm Supply ................................................ 46 Prairie Grove FFA Blue & Gold Club ............................................. 23 Prairie Grove Telephone Company ................................................ 56 Prefered Poultry ....................................................................................1 Ranalli Farms....................................................................................... 88 Red Wing ..........................................................................................100 Reliable Poultry Supply .................................................................... 33 Rolling Pin Cafe .................................................................................. 71 Roustabout Boutique .......................................................................... 97 Sellers Trading Post ........................................................................... 73 Service Supply Company ................................................................. 85 Siloam Springs Processing ................................................................ 31 Simmons First Bank ............................................................................. 18 Sines Body Shop................................................................................. 31 Springdale Tractor Company ........................................................122 Stilwell Livestock Auction .................................................................. 79 Team Ag Real Estate & Appraisals ................................................ 15 The Back Porch ................................................................................... 56 Tontitown Z Mart ................................................................................ 73 Tooley’s BBQ ....................................................................................... 96 Tots Landing Child Care ................................................................... 61 Walco ................................................................................................... 67 Washington Co. 4-H Parent & Leaders Assn. ............................... 16 Washington County Farm Bureau ................................................... 25 Washington County Famers Mutal Insurance ................................ 92 Wedington Animal Hospital ............................................................. 78 West Farm ........................................................................................... 46 Westwood Gardens .......................................................................... 61 Williams Tractor ................................................................................. 53 Wright’s Farm Club Lambs ............................................................... 43

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