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121st Annual

WADENA COUNTY

FAIR JUNE 25-28, 2014 free admission!

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Entry Form Floral, Home and Hobbies, Livestock Wadena County Ag Society • June 25, 26, 27 & 28, 2014 Name:

Preregistrations are due on June 22, 2014

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Address: __________________________________ City, State, Zip: __________________________________ Phone:

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Exhibitor No. - OFFICE USE ONLY

Homemaker’s Club Name: __________________________ Div. Class Lot

Entry

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Return to: Wadena County Ag Society Attn: Dept. entering 221 Harry Rich Drive, Wadena, MN 56482 Entry Deadline: June 22, 2014 Please include preprinted address labels with registration.

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Thank you to the promoters of the Wadena County Fair! Thank you to those who have volunteered and sponsored this year’s Wadena County Fair. We truly appreciate everything you have done to make this annual event possible. Fair Board, County Commissioners and Mayors here to Welcome You to the Fair. Grand Opening • Ribbon Cutting 6:00 p.m. • Bandshell www.wadenacountyfair.com There is still time to be a part of the fair this year. Just fill out the form below & send to Wadena County Ag Society, 221 Harry Rich Drive, Wadena, MN 56482. Your name will be displayed throughout the days of the fair. Thank You.

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Fair Board Mike Olson, President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Bryon Lalum, Vice President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sebeka Malinda Dexter, Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Diane Vry, Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Rod Mursu, Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York Mills Betty White, Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Darin Aagard, Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Randy Becker, Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Mark Wohlert, Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Bryan Wegscheid, Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena Brittany Ewert, Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sebeka Open Class and Exhibits: Checkout Time Sunday, June 29; 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. WADENA SUPERINTENDENTS OF DEPARTMENTS Department A — Beef Cattle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annie Olson Department B — Dairy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gene Roller Department D — Sheep, Goats, Rabbits & Poultry. . . . . Annie Olson Department E — Horses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David Evans Department F — Agriculture and Horticulture Grain & Seeds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faye Mavis, Sebeka Vegetables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Faye Mavis, Sebeka Fruits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faye Mavis, Sebeka Floral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Helen Quaschnick, Sebeka Department I — Home & Hobbies Domestic & Fancy Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faye Mavis, Sebeka Fine & Applied Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faye Mavis, Sebeka Culinary Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faye Mavis, Sebeka Department L — 4-H Club Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia Hendrickx Student Dept.�������������������������������������������������������������������������Ag Society Extension Educator ��������������������������������������������������������Josh Kukowski Ticket Sales Grandstand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Olson, Wadena Concessions & Booth Rentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Olson, Wadena Vendors Bldgs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brittany Ewert, Sebeka Law Enforcement. . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadena County Sheriff Mike Carr Jr. Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tri-County Ambulance Service Fairgrounds Superintendent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Olson, Wadena Historical Square. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Historical Society Official Fair Veterinarian. . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Kathy Marcussen, Staples Payment of Premiums: Premiums will be paid at the fair. Keep your duplicate entry slips to present at fair office when collecting premium money. Saturday, June 28 after 2 p.m.

Membership Cards: Membership fee $5.00. Memberships may be purchased by individuals. As members, vote on officers and be a part of putting on the fair.

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MINNESOTA BOARD OF ANIMAL HEALTH EXHIBITION OF LIVESTOCK & POULTRY IN MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF STATE RULES FOR 2014 EXHIBITIONS General Requirements: All animals must be examined by the official veterinarian on the day they are admitted to the exhibition and at least once daily during the exhibition. Prior to entering a public exhibition, animals must meet the requirements for exhibition, importation, and intrastate movement as defined by the board. No animal may enter or be at a public exhibition that is

Premium Paper showing clinical signs of any infectious, contagious or communicable disease, including ringworm and warts. Cattle: Cattle must be individually officially identified. Please see the attachment on or go to our website. http://www.mn.gov/bah/ board/rules/exhibition-rules.html Sheep & Goats: Sheep and goats must be officially identified. No sheep or goat that is within 30 days of giving birth may be exhibited without prior approval from the Board of Animal Health. Deer & Elk: Deer and elk must be officially identified. Poultry: Chickens, turkeys, and game birds, except baby poultry, must be individually identified with a leg or wing band. Chickens, turkeys, game birds, and hatching eggs from these birds must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originate from a hatchery or breeding flock that is classified pullorumtyphoid clean or are negative to a pullorum-typhoid test within 90 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition. Turkeys and turkey hatching eggs must be accompanied by a certificate or test chart to show that they originate from a hatchery or breeding flock that is classified Mycoplasma gallisepticum clean and Mycoplasma synoviae clean or are negative to a Mycoplasma gallisepticum and a Mycoplasma synoviae test within 90 days prior to the opening date of the exhibition. Swine: Swine must be individually officially identified. Horses: Horses, except suckling foals accompanying a negative dam, must be negative to an official EIA test conducted within 12 months prior to the opening date of an exhibition. Dogs: Dogs four months of age or older must be accompanied by a certificate of rabies vaccination documenting that the dog is currently vaccinated for rabies.

Entry Rules & Regulations

1. Entries in the Cattle department must be in the hands of the Secretary by 10 p.m., Wednesday, June 25. Livestock to remain on grounds until Sunday, June 29 at 4 a.m. 2. Entries in Home & Hobbies building must be in by Wednesday, June 25 at 6 p.m. Articles must be in place for judging by 6 p.m. of that day. Judging will be on Wednesday evening or Thursday morning. 3. Entries in Flower department must be in by 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 25. 4. All articles entered are to remain on exhibition until 11 a.m., Sunday, June 29. The society will not be responsible for loss or damage, every precaution will be taken. 5. No animal or articles unworthy of premium shall receive one even though there be no competition nor shall any animal or article receive a higher premium than its merit demand. 6. No changes or alterations will be permitted after the books are placed in the hands of the judges; all persons making entries must be sure that the article or animal is placed in the appropriate class, or it will be the duty of the judges to rule out any article or animal not answering to the entry. 7. Exhibitors or stock will be required to keep the stalls open and stock uncovered from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. during each day of the exhibition. Exhibitors must keep stalls clean and neat during the fair. 8. Any person attempting to interfere with the awarding committee during the adjudication, shall forfeit the premium he or she might otherwise be entitled to in that division. 9. No article or animals shall compete for more than one cash premium, except as part of a collection or herd, as for a sweepstake premium. 10. All protests and appeals from the decision of the awarding committee must be in writing to the secretary before the close of the fair. Final decisions on protests will be made by the Board of Directors. 11. The base date for computing age of all entries in the dairy breeds shall be September 1st and March 1st.

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121st Wadena County Fair

Harassment Policy

The Wadena County Ag Society reserves the right to contact local law enforcement for any inappropriate behavior on fairgrounds. Protestors report to Fair Office for designated area.

Minnesota State Livestock Sanitary Board rules and regulations will be strictly enforced by Dr. Kathy Markuson, official veterinarian, and full information may be obtained from her. All livestock exhibitors must bring their own feed and bedding. All livestock exhibits must be in place by Wednesday, June 25 by 10 p.m.

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All livestock tests and certificate costs must be borne by the exhibitor. Registration papers shall be presented for all entries on demand from superintendent. Registered and grade animals judged together. Animals must be in barn by Wed., June 25 at 10 p.m. *All cattle must be left in barns until Sunday, June 29 at 4:00 a.m. *One entry per exhibitor of groups. BE SURE to read general rules on health requirements. Wadena County Fair Barn Rules •Animals must be kept clean. •4H exhibitors are responsible for feeding/caring for their animals during the time they are at the fair. Herdsmanship award will be forfeited if others are found caring for the animals. •Animals must be maintained and look presentable to the public from 10 am to 10 pm. •Manure must be picked out at all times. Barn must be cleaned before 10 am every day. Stalls must be cleaned out and freshly bedded by that time. It is expected that all exhibitors help keep the barn and surrounding areas clean at all times. •Swine must use shavings as bedding. Shavings will be available on

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grounds. •Water pails will be removed after watering animals. Swine will be allowed water tube at all times. •No excess hay or feed allowed in front of animals. •Only livestock fair exhibits allowed in animal barns. •There will be NO water fights in the barn or surrounding area. •No smoking in the barns. •All exhibitors must clean stalls into center aisle at the end of the fair.

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Department “A” Beef: Superintendent - Anni Olson, 21692 121st Ave. Wadena, MN 56482 Phone 631-3583 Cell:218-640-6875 Beef Show Time: Thurs., June 26, 2014. Immediately following 4-H Beef Show at 4:30. Open Show at approximately 5:00 p.m. Open Beef Show Following 4-H Show Apx. 5pm NEW IN 2014 RULES: •Exhibitors not already at the fair may start arriving 1 p.m. Thursday, June 26. Please enter at the Cedar Ave. East gate, 2 blocks North of Hwy 10 and after unloading park North of Horse Barn. •All animals must be checked by vet before unloading. •No stalls, bedding, or straw provided. Outside tie area available on a first come basis. Limited electricity. •This will be a NO-FIT show. Blow & Show. All animals must be washed clean and dried without the use of any grooming materials/aids. •Exhibitors arriving the day of show will be released after the show’s competition. •All breeds in both commercial and registered classes will be shown together. BEEF STEER/MARKET HEIFER - Class 1 Lot 1 Commercial Beef Steer Lot 2 Registered Beef Steer Lot 3 Commercial Market Heifer Lot 4 Registered Market Heifer

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breeding HEIFER - Class 2 Lot 1 Commercial Spring Heifer Calf (calves born Jan. 1 - April 30, 2014) Lot 2 Registered Spring Heifer Calf (calves born Jan. 1 - April 30, 2014) Lot 3 Commercial Fall Heifer Calf (heifers born Sept 1 - Dec. 31, 2013) Lot 4 Registered Fall Heifer Calf (heifers born Sept. 1 - Dec. 31, 2013) Lot 5 Commercial Summer Yrlg. (heifers born May 1 Aug. 31, 2013) Lot 6 Registered Summer Yrlg. (heifers born May 1 Aug. 31, 2013) Lot 7 Commercial Jr. Yrlg. (heifers born Jan. 1 - Apr. 30, 2013) Lot 8 Registered Jr. Yrlg. (heifers born Jan. 1 - Apr. 30, 2013) Lot 9 Commercial Sr. Yrlg. (heifers born Sept. 1 - Dec. 31, 2012) Lot 10 Registered Sr. Yrlg. (heifers born Sept. 1 - Dec. 31, 2012)

COW/CALF PAIR - Class 3 Lot 1 Commercial Cow-Calf pair (calf born on or after Jan. 1 of current yr) Lot 2 Registered Cow-Calf pair (calf born on or after Jan. 1 of current yr) prospect market calf - Class 4 (This exhibit may not be a part of the cow/calf exhibit) Lot 1 Commercial Heifer Calf or Steer Calf (must be castrated) born on or after January 1 - April 30, 2014 Lot 2 Registered Heifer Calf or Steer Calf (must be castrated) born on or after January 1 - April 30, 2014 BULL - Class 5 Lot 1 Commercial Bull Lot 2 Registered Bull DAIRY STEER - Class 6 Lot 1 Pure Breed Dairy Steer. Born on or after January 1 - August 31, 2013.

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Department “B” *Pre-registration required by 3 p.m. Thursday, June 26, 2014 Dairy: Superintendent - Gene Roller, Phone 924-4187 & Steve Peterson, Phone 218-849-2238 Dairy Show Time: Friday, June 27, 2014 following 4-H Show Open Class Entries must be stalled by 10:00 AM Friday and may leave immediately following show. No entry fee charged. To be eligible for premiums and the *Exhibitor Jackpot animals must be stalled by Wednesday, June 25 at 10:00 PM and left in stalls until Sunday, June 29 at 4:00 AM. Exhibitors will be charged a $5/lot entry fee. *Exhibitor Jackpot = each paid entry will receive a free chance at winning the Exhibitor Jackpot. Example: ten head entered ten chances at the Exhibitor Jackpot, drawing to be held Saturday during the Pride Auction. Last year’s Exhibitor Jackpot was well over $1,000 in cattle feed and accessories. It promises to be better this year! Pay out for open class dairy: 1st place = $20 2nd place = $15 3rd place and below = $10 Best udder in lot 11-14 = $10 Junior Champion = trophy and $20 Best udder of show = trophy and $20 Senior Champion = trophy and $25

All Breed Show

Lot 1 Bull calf born after 8/31/2013 Lot 2 Spring Heifer Calf born after Feb. 28, 2014 Lot 3 Winter Heifer Calf born Dec. 1, 2012-Feb. 28, 2014 Lot 4 Fall Heifer Calf born Sept. 1,-Nov. 30, 2013 Lot 5 Summer Yearling Heifer born June 1-Aug. 31, 2013 Lot 6 Spring Yearling Heifer born Mar 10-May 31, 2013 Lot 7 Winter Yearling Heifer born Dec. 1, 2011-Feb. 29, 2013 Lot 8 Fall Yearling Heifer born Sept. 10-Nov. 30, 2012 Junior and Reserved Junior Champion Lot 9 Junior Best Three females from lots 2-8 all owned by exhibitor Lot 10 Dry cow Lot 11 Two-year-old cow in milk (must have freshened) born Sept. 1, 2011-Aug. 31, 2012 Lot 12 Three-year-old cow in milk born Sept. 1, 2010-Aug. 31, 2011 Lot 13 Four-year-old cow in milk born Sept. 1, 2009-Aug. 31, 2010 Lot 14 Aged cow in milk born before Sept. 1, 2009 Senior and Reserved Senior Champion Best Udder of show Lot 15 Senior Best Three females from lot 10-14 all owned by exhibitor Lot 16 Dairy Herd four animals from lots 1-14 all owned by exhibitor

Agriculture & Horticulture

Pre-registration form is found on page 2 of this booklet.

Department F (East Wing of Home and Hobbies Building) Pre-registration is required by June, 21, 2014. Entries will be accepted on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. No registrations will be taken on entry day. Please include address labels. No Entry Fees Contact person: Faye Mavis, Sebeka (218) 837-5940 email: mavisseb@wcta.net No awards will be made on varieties not shown on premium list. Premiums will not be awarded to inferior collections or specimens even if there is not other competition. Lots may not be combined for additional entry. Prizes as follows: 1st - $4, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $1. A $25 sweepstakes award for Grand Champion vegetable or potato exhibit will be given. *Entries will be held until Sunday, June 29. Premiums will not be paid on articles removed before the close of the fair. Class 1—Threshed Grain and Grass Seeds In Class 1 exhibits may be grown in 2013 or 2014. Lots 1 to 15 sample must be 1 pint each. Lot 9 Millet 10 Clover, Med., Red or Mammoth 11 Clover, Alsike 12 Clover, Sweet, Yellow or White 13 Alfalfa 14 Soybeans 15 Field Beans, White 16 Sunflowers

Lot 1 Wheat, Spring 2 Wheat, Hard Winter 3 Triticale 4 Barley, Six Row 5 Oats 6 Rye 7 Buckwheat 8 Timothy

Class 2—Sheaf Grain Samples less than two inches in diameter not considered. To be judged on basis of straw and filling heads grown in 2013. Lot 1 Wheat, Spring 2 Wheat, Winter 3 Barley, Six Row 4 Oats, Hulless 5 Oats, Hulled 6 Rye

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Lot 7 Buckwheat 8 Millet (Fox Tail Type, ripe) 9 Sorghum (10 heads, ripe) 10 Display of three grain bundles: each of three varieties selected from Class 2

Class 3—Forage in Bundles Lot

1 Timothy 2 Red Top 3 Millet Sheaf (Hay) 4 Corn Fodder 5 Soybean Sheaf (Hay) 6 Display of Wild Grasses (Hay) 7 Brome Grass 8 Sudan Grass (Hay)

9 Reed Canary Grass 10 Sunflower 11 Red Clover 12 Alfalfa 13 Sweet Clover 14 Alsike 15 Birds Foot Trefoil 16 Display of Legume Hay, 3 varieties

Class 4 — Corn Lot 1 10 Ears of Yellow Dent 2 10 Ears White Dent 3 10 Ears of Flint, any variety

Lot 4 10 Ears of Sweet Corn 5 10 Ears of Pop Corn 6 Display of Corn, 30 ears


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Class 5 — Potatoes Please list variety on separate card. Lot 1 Reds (5 tubers) 2 Whites 3 Russets

Lot 4 All other specialty potatoes 5 Display of Potatoes (5 tubers each of any 3 varieties from class 5)

Class 6 — Fruit and Vegetables Lot 1 Raspberries - 6 berries 2 Strawberries - 6 berries 3 Asparagus - 3 spears 4 Green Onions - 3 specimens 5 Head Lettuce - 1 head in water

6 Leaf Lettuce - 3 leave in water 7 Peas - 3 pods 8 Radishes - 3 specimens 9 Rhubarb - 3 stalks 10 Spinach - 1 plant 11 Any other not listed above

Class 6— Table Vegetables

May divide by fruit, vegetable, color To assist the gardener in selecting and preparing the vegetables for exhibit, the following suggestions are made. Uniform size, shape, color, free of insects, disease, mechanical damage. Snap Beans: Harvest before constrictions appear between seeds, when seeds are about half grown. Pods should be wiped clean but not washed. Leave stems attached.

Beets, Carrots, Parsnips, Turnips, Rutabagas: Root crops should be uniform and not pithy or coarse in texture. Tops trimmed off 1-1/4 inches above the crown. Side roots trimmed off but not the tap root. Clean by brushing. Broccoli: Heads should be dark or purplish green and compact. Avoid yellow flowers in head. Stems cut about 5 inches from top of head. Cabbage: Stems cut about 1/2 inch below the head. Remove blemished or broken leaves. Leave 1 or 2 wrapper leaves. Cauliflower: Heads should be white, compact and free of small leaves and ricy texture. Stems cut so as to leave 4 to 6 leaves. Outer leaves trimmed to 1-2 inches above the white head. Use soft bristled brush to remove dirt from heads. Celery: Remove roots of stalk and trim butt to form a triangle for pyramid. Trim diseased and broken leaves on outside until color is uniform. Sweet Corn: Select ears that are well filled out to the tip. Kernels should be milky and juicy. Remove outer husks but allow a short shank and the inner husks to remain. Cucumbers: Pickling: Select fruits 3-5 inches long. Specimens should be the same state of maturity and uniform in size, shape and color. Slicers: Select fruits that are straight, dark green and 6-10 inches long. They should be uniform in size, shape and color. Leave stems attached. Kohlrabi: Roots removed just below the ball. Remove all but the upper 4-6 leaves. Select specimens that are uniform, medium size and not hard or woody. Skin should be easily punctured by thumbnail. They should be clean but not washed. Storage Onions: Have specimens uniform. The neck should be small. Do not peel to give a slick appearance. Only such outer scales that are broken or discolored should be removed. Small basal roots should be left intact but trimmed to a uniform length of 1/2 inch. Wipe or brush but do not wash. Bunching Onions: Peeled roots, trimmed tops, cut uniform 6-8 inches. Potatoes: Tubers should be uniform in size, shape and color. Avoid specimens with defects or disease. Carefully brush to clean. Summer Squash: Selects specimens that are uniform in size, shape and color. Leave about 1/2 inch of stem and wipe fruits clean. Winter Squash and Pumpkins: Fruits should be uniform in size, shape and color and free of defects. Leave stems attached to the fruits. Swiss Chard: Select plants that are fresh, crisp and have bright green leaves. Trim off roots and trim butts to a pyramid shape. Trim off diseased and broken leaves on the outside until the color is uniform. Tomatoes: Select fruits that are uniform in size, shape and color. Remove stems. Fruits should be uniformly shaped and free of blemishes.

The varieties of fruits and berries listed are based on recommendations for District 5 by the MN State Horticultural Society. Collection cannot be entered singly. Please include variety name or names with exhibit. Scale of Points Condition 30 (Showmanship) Uniformity 25

Color 20 Size 15 Trueness to variety 10 Total 100

Fruit Showmanship: Condition of 30 pts is important. Damage by insects or disease should be disqualified. Handle specimens carefully. Do not polish fruit; wipe free of dust and residue Apples: Medium size w/good color for variety. Free of insects, disease, mechanical injury. Stems intact; not broken. Polishing removes natural bloom. No leaves or foliage. Remove stem spurs. Blackberries: Show with stems or core. Good size, uniform, free of insects/disease. Overripe are dull, soft. Cherries: Show like plums. Apples, Crab: Typical of variety in size & color. Unbroken stems attached, uniform in shape. Free of insects, mechanical injury. Size and fruit quality important. Currants: Show in bunches/clusters. Individual berries large, clean, bright. Bunches well filled; free of insects/disease. Gooseberries: Individual berries, ripe or green. Ripe, good flavor/ quality. Size and condition important. Grapes: Clusters uniform in size, color, must be dense/compact. Firmly attached to stem. Entries plump and fresh. High color indicated good quality/sugar content. Specimens mature; not overripe. Pears: Uniform size, shape typical. Free of insects, mechanical injuries/ blemishes/bruises. No mixed varieties. Stems attached. Plums/Cherries: Fresh, plump, fully colored. Uniform in size, shape, typical of variety. Stems attached; natural bloom. Disqualify overripe/ green fruits or place low. Raspberries: Stated number of berries. Fruits good size, uniform, free of insects or disease. Not stems attached - turned down. Strawberries: Stated numbers of specimens. Uniform in size, shape, color, no green streaks. Fresh, clean, bright - no mixed varieties. Free in insects, disease, damage. Cans and short stems attached. When display box are required, show w/o paper cover/plastic.

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Floral Division

Department “F” Pre-registration is required. Forms are found on page 2 of this book. Pre-registrations are due June 21, 2014. NO registrations will be taken entry day. No entry fee. Include preprinted address labels with registration. Helen Quaschnick, Superintendent Phone 837-5836 Most Blue Entries Per Club: 1st-$25; 2nd-$15 A trophy will be awarded to the exhibitor winning the most blue ribbons and a purple Reserve Champion Ribbon for second place. Rules of Design Division: *Artificial foliage and flowers, fruits and vegetables are not permitted. Accessories may be used. No flowers from commercial sources may be used. Commercial growers selling plants or bulbs may not exhibit. Entries may be brought in Wednesday, June 25, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. *Bring your own jars for exhibits. Responsibility for entering only the specified number of blooms or stems for each lot is that of the exhibitor. Condition your plant material before using in designs or entering specimens. Take a tepid (room temperature) pail of water to the garden in which to immediately place your specimens. Use a sharp knife or shears to cut stems on a slant. Cut in late afternoon/early evening or early morning. Avoid new growth it wilts easily. Recut stems under water preventing air pockets. Place pail in basement, without drafts, to cool. Remove foliage below water line of your specimen entry. Pickup items Sunday, June 30. Flower Division - Class A Wadena County 2014 Categories for Arrangements Wizard of Oz 1. The Tin Man-your choice 2. Cowardly - use black container 3. Scarcrow-include dry material 4. Good Witch-white blooms 5. Wicked Witch-your choice 6. Emerald City-green container 7. Ruby Slippers-your choice 8. Munchkins-small design 9. Tornado-show motion 10. Yellow Brick Road-your choice Cut Flowers: Only 1 entry in each class by an exhibitor. All Flowers must be grown by exhibitor. All cut flowers must be brought in small bottles for small specimens and larger bottles for larger specimens. No foliage should be under water. Premiums paid on all divisions. 1st-$3.00; 2nd-$2.00; 3rd-$1.00. Horticulture - Class B Bulbs, Rhizomes and Tubers Lot 1 Begonias, 1 bloom in water 2 Iris (may be divided by color) 1 stalk a. Bearded b. Siberian c. Japanese d. Spuria e. Species f. Historic (dated before 1960) g. Collection - 3 stalks different h. Collection - 3 stalks one variety 3 Lily, Asiatic Hybrids

4 Lily, Martagon 5 Narcissus - 1 stem 6 Peony - 1 bloom, debudded, with foliage. May color divide a. Single b. Double c. Semi-Double 7 Tulip, 1 bloom 8 Not listed above, suitable specimen

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29 Nicotinia, 3 stems 30 Pansy, 3 blooms 31 Petunia, single 1 spray 32 Petunia, double 1 spray 33 Petunia, wave 1 spray 34 Phlox, annual 3 blooms 35 Pinks, 3 blooms 36 Salvia, blue 3 blooms 37 Salvia, red 3 blooms 38 Scabiosa (Pinchusion Flower), 3 blooms 39 Snapdragon, 1 color, 3 stems 40 Snapdragon, 3 colors, 3 stems 41 Snapdragons, dwarf, 3 stems 42 Sweet Peas, 3 stems 43 Statice, 1 stem 44 Tithonia (Mexican Sunflower), 3 blooms 45 Verbena, 3 stems 46 Zinnia, under 4”, 3 blooms 47 Zinnia 4” or larger, 1 bloom 48 Zinnia, cactus type under 4”, 3 blooms 49 Zinnia, cactus type 4” or larger, 1 blooms 49a Zinnia, pompom 3 blooms 50 Coleus, 1 stem 50a Love lies bleeding 50b Kale, flowering 51 Any other

Class C Perennials and Biennials Lot 1 Bleeding Heart - 1 stem 2 Columbine - 1 stem 3 Cora Bells - 3 stems 4 Cora Bells - 1 leaf 5 Daylily - 1 scape 6 Foxglove - 1 spike 7 Hosta - All green - 1 leaf a. Very large - over 8” b. Large - 4” to 8” c. Medium - 2” to 4” d. Small - 1” to 2” e. Miniature - 1” or less 8 Hosta - Variegated - 1 leaf f. Very large - over 8” g. Large - 4” to 8” h. Medium - 2” to 4” i. Small - 1” to 2”

j. Miniature - 1” or less 9 Lupine - 1 spike - May color divide 10 Pansy - 3 stems 11 Poppy, Oriental - 1 stem 12 Roses a. Hybrid Tea - 1 bloom, with foliage, disbudded b. Floribunda - 1 spray with foliage c. Grandiflora - 1 spray with foliage d. Pillar or Climber - 1 spray with foliage e. Miniature - suitable specimen f. Polyantha - suitable specimen g. Species - suitable specimen 13 Painted Daisy 14 Baptisia 15 Veronica 16 Other

Horticulture - Class D Flowering Shrub, Vine or Ornamental Evergreen 18” to 30” branch 1 specimen Lot 1 Clematis Vine, attached to dowel 2 Spirea

3 Lilac - May divide by color 4 Snowball 5 Any other not listed

Horticulture - Class E Herbs - Displayed in water Lot 1 Thyme, 3 sprigs, any length 2 Rosemary, 3 sprigs, to 8” 3 Kitchen Basil, 3 leaves at least 2” x 3” 4 Chives, 3 stems, with blooms 5 Curly Parsley, 3 stems, to 12” 6 Chinese Parsley (Cilantro) 3 sprigs

7 Dill, 3 stems with umbels to 18” 8 Oregano, 3 stems to 8” 9 Peppermint, 3 stems to 18” 10 Any other kitchen herb 11 Any other ornamental herb 12 Cluster of dried herbs, 1 variety 13 Cluster of dried herbs, different varieties


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Horticulture - Class F Potted Plants - Not over 12” Container Hanging, Potted Plants, Planters, Dish Gardens Must have had planters for 3 months.

Lot 1 African Violet, green foliage 2 African Violet, colored foliage 3 Begonia a. Rex b. Fibrous c. Tuberous 4 Bonsai 5 Cactus 6 Any other Succulent 7 Dieffenbachia 8 Fern 9 Fig 10 Geranium a. Scented or species b. Zonal 11 Gloxinia 12 Wax Plant 13 Ivy 14 Jade Plant 15 Kalanchoe

16 Orchid 17 Peperomia 18 Philodendron 19 Pothos 20 Sansevieria 21 Swedish Ivy 22 Wandering Jew 23 Any other blooming plant 24 Any other foliage plant 25 Planter (minimum 3 plants) 26 Dish Garden (minimum 3 plants) 27 Terrarium 28 Fairy Garden 29 Hen & Chicken 30 Sedum 31 Creeping Jenny 32 Lamium 33 Fushia 34 Hibiscus

Horticulture - Class G Juniors up to 12 Champion Ribbon for most blue ribbons Lot 1 Hosta, green 1 leaf 2 Hosta, variegated, 1 leaf 3 Leaf Lettuce - 3 leaves in water 4 Green Onions - 3 specimens

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Home & Hobbies Department

Department “I” — Section A Faye Mavis – Email: mavisseb@wcta.net; Phone 837-5940 No Entry Fee. Use registration form on pg. 2. All entries must be preregistered by June 21, 2014. Rules 1. Preregistration is required. By mail or email. Deadline June 21, 2014. Include address labels with registration. 2. All entries must be brought in on Wednesday, June 25, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. No late entries will be accepted. 3. No exhibits will be accepted for competition which are not listed in the premium list. 4. All articles out of date, soiled, not of one’s own manufacture or previously exhibited in department cannot be accepted 5. An exhibitor may enter only one exhibit in any lot, but he may enter in as many lots as he wishes. 6. Articles must be neatly finished on back side, clean and well pressed. 7. Judges are instructed not to award premiums in any lot unless article is worthy of merit even if there is not competition. 8. Articles may be picked up Sunday, June 29. 9. Premiums will not be paid on articles removed before Sunday, June 29. Premiums issued for department are as follows: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $1 Other Ribbons Awarded will be: *Grand Champion Homemaking Crafts - Ribbon *Reserve Champion Homemaking Crafts - Ribbon *Grand Champion Culinary - Ribbon *Reserve Champion Culinary - Ribbon *Most Blue Ribbons/individual - $15.00 * Overall Grand Champion of Dept. - $25.00

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Homemaking Crafts 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $1.00 KITCHEN & DINING ROOM Class 1 - Table Linens A. Placemats (2) Lot 1 Knit 2 Crochet 3 Embroidered

Lot 4 Stenciled 5 Appliqued 6 Cross Stitch

B. Table & Lunch Cloth

Lot 13 Knit 14 Crochet 15 Embroidered

Lot 16 Stenciled 17 Appliqued 18 Counted Cross Stitch

Lot 7 Counted Cross Stitch 8 Quilted 9 Other

Lot 19 Quilted 20 Other

Lot 3 Applique 4 Hardanger

Lot 6 Knit 7 Crochet 8 Embroidery 9 Cross Stitch

Lot 10 Counted Cross Stitch 11 Applique 12 Stenciled 13 Woven

Lot 5 Stenciling 6 Other

B. Potholders (2) Lot 14 Hand Quilted 15 Machine Quilted Fabric 16 Other

BATHROOM Class 4 — Linens A. Towels — Bath & Towel Lot 1 Embroidery 2 Cross Stitch

Lot 3 Counted Cross Stitch 4 Monogram

Lot 5 Braid Trim 6 Textile Paint

GENERAL HOUSEHOLD Class 6 — Pillows Lot 1 Boudior 2 Needlepoint 3 Embroidered 4 Crewel 5 Crochet

Lot 6 Knit 7 Patchwork 8 Applique 9 Latch-hook 10 Counted Cross Stitch

Lot 1 Hooked Yarn 2 Crochet Rag

3 Crochet Yarn 4 Braided Rag 5 Woven Yarn

Lot 11 Folded Fabric 12 Stencil 13 Lace & Ribbon 14 Quilted 15 Other

Class 7 — Rugs 6 Loomed Rag 7 Recycled Material 8 Other

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cross stitch 4 Woven 5 Hairpin Lace 6 Baby Knit

7 Baby Crochet 8 Machine Knit 9 Knit 10 Other

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B. Dresser Scarf Lot 9 Embroidery 10 Cross Stitch

11 Counted Cross Stitch 12 Appliqueed 13 Stencil

B. Small Item 14 Child’s Room 15 Quilted 16 Other

Lot 8 Slippers 9 Socks

Lot 2 Doilies

Lot 3 Other

Class 12 — Quilts

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Lot 1 Pieced/Hand Tied 2 Pieced/Hand Quilted 3 Pieced/Machine Quilted 4 Applique 5 Crazy Quilt 6 Special Mixed/Technique 7 Baby Quilt - Hand Tied 8 Baby Quilt - Machine Quilted 9 Baby Quilt/Hand Quilted 10 Embroidered

11 Group Quilt 12 Stenciled Quilt 13 Quilted Garment 14 Miniature Quilt 15 First Quilt 16 Fleece 17. Sr. Citizens 65+ a. Hand Tied b. Hand Quilted c. Machine Quilted 18. Other

KNIT & CROCHET Class 13 — Adult Hand Knits A. Large Item Lot 1 Men’s Sweater, Plain 2 Women’s Sweater, Plain 3 Men’s Sweater, Complicated 4 Women’s Sweater, Complicated

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5 4-Pc. Outdoor Ensemble (Cap, Scarf, Mittens) 6 Dress 7 Other

B. Small Item Lot 7 Slippers

8 Socks/Booties 9 Cap

10 Scarf 11 Other

Class 15 — Adult Crochet A. Large Item Lot 1 Men’s Sweater, Lt./Med. Weight 2 Women’s Sweater, Lt./Med. Weight 3 Men’s Sweater, Bulky

Lot 4 Women’s Sweater, Bulky 5 Men’s Vest 6 Women’s Vest 7 4-Pc. Set (Cap, Scarf Mittens) 8 Crochet Shawl

B. Small Item Lot 9 Slippers 10 Hat 11 Mittens 12 Scarf

13 Doily(Under14”)Yarn 14 Doily (Over 14”) Yarn 15 Doily (Under 14”) Crochet Cotton

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10 Hat 11 Mittens/Gloves 12 Scarf

16 Doily (Over 14”) Crochet Cotton 17 Cuffs 18 Other

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Class 16 — Child’s Crochet A. Large Item Lot 1 Sweater, Lt./Med. Weight 2 Sweater, Bulky 3 Jacket/Poncho

4 Matched Set (Sweater, Cap, Booties) 5 4-Pc. Set (Cap, Scarf, Mittens) 6 Dress 7 Other

B. Small Item Lot 7 Slippers 8 Booties

Lot 9 Cap 10 Scarf

Lot 11 Mittens 12 Other

Class 17 — Machine Knit A. Adult Garment Lot 1 Simple

Lot 2 Complicated

Lot 3 Other

B. Small item Lot 11 Cap 12 Scarf

Lot 13 Mittens 14 Slippers

Lot 1 Complicated

Lot 1 Complicated

Lot 1 Complicated

Lot 15 Booties 16 Other

CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION Class 18 — Women’s Garments A. Complicated Lot 2 Simple

Lot 3 Other

Class 19 — Men’s Garment A. Complicated Lot 2 Simple

Lot 3 Other

Class 20 — Children’s Garments A. Complicated Lot 2 Simple

Lot 3 Other

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Lot 2 Simple

4 Charcoal 5 Water Color 6 Calligraphy 7 Other

4 Counted Cross Stitch 5 String Art 6 Stencil 7 Quilted

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8 Macrame 9 Hardanger 10 Other

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Lot 1 Useful Box 2 Plate, Tray or Plaque 3 Small Saw Blade w/Stand 4 Cream Can

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Lot 5 Other

Class 31 — Woodworking

Class 24 –Handicrafts (Must have means to hang) Lot 1 Crewel 2 Needlepoint 3 Latch-hook

Lot 1 Kitchen 2 Dining Room 3 Living Room

Class 30 — Miscellaneous Toys

Class 23 –Wallhangings and Pictures (Must have means to hang) Lot 1 Pencil 2 Oil/Acrylic 3 Ink

Class 25 — Novelty Wallhanging/Picture (Must have means to hang)

Class 29 — Dolls

Class 21 — Fleece Lot 1 Large Item

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Carnival

Rides ADVANCED TICKETS

8 tickets for Only $15 Available at Bullseye Bar and Grill Wadena Fleet Supply Thrifty White True Star Menahga, Mid Central Fed in Wadena & Staples 1st National Bank Sebeka Glamour Advanced tickets 1/ride

Call Diane at 218-371-8665 No Advance sales after 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday

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Class 32 — Miscellaneous Lot 1 Ceramic 2 Wheat Weaving 3 Dried Centerpiece 4 Stenciling 5 Metal Punch

6 Basketry 7 Calligraphy 8 Tooled Leather 9 Padded Frame 10 Padded Album 11 Plastic Canvas

12 Decorative Eggs 13 Origami 14 Rock Painting 15 Other 16 Paper Mache 17 Weaving

Class 33 — Seasonal Home Decor Lot 1 Tree Skirt 2 Tablecloth 3 Stocking 4 Pillow 5 Centerpiece

6 Wreath 7 Under 3” Ornament 8 Over 3” Ornament 9 Wall Decoration 10 Tree Top Ornament 11 Angel

12 Quilted Article 13 Decor. Christmas Sweatshirt 14 Other 15 Scarecrows

Class 34— Senior Citizens (over 65) Lot 1 Doll Clothes 2 Ceramic 3 Pencil Drawing 4 Wood Carving 5 Other Wood 6 Rug 23 7 Stuffed Toy 8 Other Toy 9 Candlewick 10 Painting 11 Embroidery

12 Afghan, Knit 13 Afghan, Crochet 14 Sweater, Knit 15 Sweater, Crochet 16 Ink Drawing 17 Model Ships 18 Crochet Shawl 19 Small Knit Article 20 Sm. Crochet Article 21 Decorative Pillow 22 Needlepoint Stenciling

24 Apron 25 Tatting 26 Counted Cross Stitch 27 Eggs-Decorative 28 Fleece Article 29 Crochet Trim Hanky 30 Model cars 31 Model Airplanes 32 Artistic Display 33 Other

Class 35 — Current Crafts Lot 1 Stationary Assort. of 3 2 Greeting Cards Assort. of 3

3 Candlemaking 4 Recycle Art 5 Homemade Soap 6 Beadwork Lot 7 Jewelry

8 Stained Glass 9 Yarn Work 10 T-shirt scarves

Class 36 — Book Binding

Carnival by Midwest Rides

open

Sneak Peek Preview Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 1 p.m to closing

Armbands $20 Wed. 6-10 Thurs 1-5

Lot 1 Large

Lot 2 Small

Class 37 — Scrapbook/Memory Book Lot 1 8 x 8 Single Page 2 8 x 8 2-page 3 12 x 12 Single Page

Lot 4 12 x 12 2-page 5 Computer, Single Page

Lot 6 Computer 2-Page 7 Other

Class 38 — Metal Work Lot 1 Mailbox 2 Picture Frame

Lot 3 Garden Art 4 Wind Chimes

Lot 5 Sculpture over 3’ 6 Other

Class 39 — Stamping/ Embossing Lot 1 Stamped Cards (set of 3) 2 Stamped Velum (set of 3) 3 Embossed Cards (set of 3)

Lot 4 Dry Embossed (set of 3) 5 Other

Class 40 — Wood Carving Lot 1 Carving in Round

Lot 2 Relief Carving

Lot 3 Bark Carving

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Department “I” — Section Faye Mavis – 837-5940 No Entry Fee All Entries must be preregistered by June 21, 2014. Pre-registration form is found on page 2 of this booklet: Canning & Baking Rules: 1. Preregistration is required. Deadline is June 21, 2014. No registrations will be accepted on entry day. Please include preprinted address labels to use on registration cards. 2. All entries must be brought in on Wednesday, June 25, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. No entry fee. 3. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor. 4. No person can enter more than one exhibit in the same lot. 5. All breads and cakes should be taken out of the tins. 6. All canned goods must be in regulation pint or quart jars. Jelly and jams must be in regulation pints or 1/2 pints also. 7. All canned goods must have been canned within one year of the fair. We have the right to open all jars of canned goods to judge. 8. All baked goods must be made from scratch. No entries made from a mix will be accepted. 9. Baked goods may be placed on a paper plate & put in a zip lock bag for display. 10. Items in this department will be released Sunday, June 29, 2014. 11. Premiums awarded in this department are: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $1.00. Class 40 — Yeast Bread & Sweet Dough A. Yeast Bread (1/2 Loaf) Lot 1 White Bread 2 Oatmeal Bread 3 Raisin Bread

Lot 4 Whole Wheat Bread 5 Rye Bread 6 Cinnamon Bread

Lot 7 Other Yeast Bread 8 Bread Machine Bread

B. Yeast Sweet Dough (1/2 Loaf or 3 Rolls)

Lot 8 Coffee Cake 9 Tea Ring 10 White Buns 11 Whole Wheat Bun 12 Other Bun

13 White Dinner 14 Whole Wheat Dinner Roll 15 Other Dinner Roll 16 Unfrosted Cinnamon Roll

17 Caramel Rolls 18 Prune-filled Roll 19 Danish Pastry Rolls 20 Other Sweetbread Loaf 21 Bread Machine

Class 41— Quick Breads (1/4 Loaf or 3 Muffins or Biscuits) Lot 1 Nut Bread 2 Date Bread 3 Banana Bread 4 Ginger Bread 5 Pumpkin Bread

6 Zucchini Bread 7 Carrot Bread 8 Bran Muffins (3) 9 Blueberry Muffins (3) 10 Baking Powder Biscuits (3)

11 Quick Bread Coffee Cake 12 Cranberry Bread 13 Raisin Bread 14 Bread Machine

Class 42 — Cakes Unfrosted (4” x 4” Cake or 3 Cupcakes) Lot 1 Angel Food 2 Devils Food 3 Yellow 4 Marble 5 Spice 6 White

7 Sponge 8 Bunt 9 Oatmeal 10 Pound 11 Cake in a Jar 12 Apple 13 Carrot

14 Fruit Cake 15 Jelly Roll 16 Choc. Cupcakes 17 White Cupcakes 18 Chiffon 19 Date 20 Other


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Class 43 — Bars Unfrosted (3) Lot 1 Brownies 2 Date

3 Lemon 4 Cherry 5 Raisin

6 Apple 7 Apricot 8 Other

Class 44 — Miscellaneous (3) Lot 1 Cream Puffs 2 Doughnuts, Plain 3 Doughnuts, Choc.

Lot 4 Doughnuts, Raised 5 Long Johns/ Bismarks

Lot 6 Rosettes 7 Lefse 8 Other

Class 45 — Pies (1/4 Pie) Lot 1 Apple 2 Mince

3 Rhubarb 4 Raspberry 5 Cherry

6 Raisin 7 Peach 8 Blueberry

Class 46 — Candy (3 Pieces) Lot 1 Fudge 2 Divinity 3 Penuche 4 Caramels

Lot 5 Toffee 6 Molded Mints 7 Filled Candy 8 Peanut Brittle

Lot 9 Taffy 10 Fruit Reather 11 Marzipan 12 Other

Class 47 — Cookies (3 Required) Lot 1 White Sugar 2 Molasses 3 Light Dropped 4 Dark Dropped 5 Ice Box

6 Filled 7 Chocolate 8 Chocolate Chip 9 Oatmeal 10 Gingersnaps 11 Peanut Butter

12 Fancy 13 Spritz 14 Unbaked Cookies 15 Peanut 16 Other

Canned 48 — Canned Vegetables Lot 1 Asparagus 2 Beans, Green 3 Beans, Yellow 4 Beet Greens 5 Beets 6 Carrots

Lot 7 Corn 8 Peas 9 Pumpkin 10 Sauerkraut 11 Tomatoes (Cut) 12 Tomatoes (Whole)

Lot 13 Tomato Juice 14 Mixed Veg. for Soup 15 Spinach 16 Vegetable Juice 17 Potatoes

Class 49 — Canned Fruits Lot 1 Blueberries 2 Blackberries 3 Cranberries 4 Bing Cherries 5 Crab Apples 6 Red Currants

7 Gooseberries 8 Ground Cherries 9 Plums 10 Raspberries 11 Rhubarb 12 Apricot 13 Peaches

14 Pears 15 Apples 16 Grapes 17 Applesauce 18 Mixed Fruit

2 Blueberry 3 Strawberry

4 Other

Class 50 — Meats, Pickles, & Relishes A. Meats Lot 1 Chicken 2 Beef 3 Pork

4 Sausage 5 Fish 6 Mincemeat 7 Mock Mincemeat 8 Venison

Lot 11 Mixed 12 Dill 13 Chunk

Lot 14 Sweet 15 Beet 16 Watermelon

C. Relishes Lot 19 Catsup 20 Chili Sauce 21 Corn Relish

Lot 22 Beet Relish 23 Chow Chow 24 Green Tomato

Lot 25 Spaghetti Sauce 26 Zucchini Relish 27 Salsa

Class 51— Jelly & Jam A. Jelly Lot 1 Apple 2 Currant 3 Grape 4 Chokecherry

Lot 5 Pincherry 6 Cherry 7 Plum 8 Strawberry

Lot 9 Raspberry 10 Blackberry

Lot 11 Raspberry 12 Apricot 13 Grape 14 Peach 15 Plum

Lot 16 Strawberry 17 Apple 18 Blueberry 19 Orange Marmalade

B. Jam Lot 20 Rhubarb Marmalade 21 Tomato Marmalade 22 Apple Butter

Class 52 — Junior Division (Age 17 & Younger) A. Breads (1/2 Loaf or 3 Rolls) Lot 1 White Yeast Bread 2 Dark Yeast Bread 3 White Yeast Rolls 4 Dark Yeast Rolls 5 Other Yeast Bread/Roll

6 Quick Breads 7 3 Muffins 8 Quick Bread Coffee Cake 9 Finnish Flat Bread 10 Baking Powder 11 Bread Machine

B. Cakes, Cookies, Bars, & Miscellaneous (4x4 Cake or Pie, 3 Cookies) Lot 10 White Cake, 1/4 11 Dark Cake, 1/4 12 White Cupcakes 13 Dark Cupcakes 14 Angel Food Cake 15 Bars (3) 16 Chocolate Chip Cookies 17 Oatmeal Cookies

Lot 18 Gingersnap Cookies (3) 19 Peanut Butter Cookies (3) 20 Sugar Cookies 21 Refrigerator Cookies 22 Candies (3) 23 Pie 24 Other

C. Junior Mixes in Jars Lot 1 Cookies

Lot 2 Bars

Lot 3 Soups

Lot 4 Other

Class 53 — Mixes in Jars (1 Quart)

A. Syrups Lot 1 Maple

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9 Pickled Meat/Fish 10 Bear 11 Squirrel 12 Rabbit

B. Pickles Lot 17 Bread & Butter 18 Pickle relish

Lot 1 Cookies

Lot 2 Bars

Lot 3 Soups

Lot 4 Other

To be considerate of 4-H members who really want to go to the State Fair: please discuss with your family before the County Fair, IF you win a State Fair Trip, “are you going to be able to accept it?”

FFA Children’s

Pedal Pull

Saturday, June 28 • 2:00 P.M. Sanctioned by the Minnesota Pedal Pullers Association - 1st, 2nd and 3rd place qualify for State

Ages 3-9 • Register on Site by office Sponsored by Wadena-Deer Creek FFA

Barnyard Olympics Sat., June 28th following Pride Auction 4 pm

Sign up in office $1 Entry per team (2 person teams)

Open to all! Ag related timed events

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Sunday June 29, 2014 • Wadena Fairgrounds, Wadena, MN From Hwy 10 West, take 3rd St. NW then left on Cedar St.

OUTDOORS, rain or shine - judge: wsca Approved - TBA Pleasure Show 9:00 am

Games Classes NB Noon

1. Open Halter Mares 2. Open Halter Geldings/Stallions 3. Pee Wee Showmanship at Halter 4. Junior Showmanship at Halter 5. Intermediate Showmanship at Halter 6. Senior Showmanship at Halter 7. Senior+ Showmanship at Halter 8. Leadline 6 yrs & under 9. Walk/Trot 10 yrs & under 10. Walk/Trot 11 to 17 11. Walk/Trot 18 & over 12. Pee Wee Western Pleasure 13. Junior Western Pleasure 14. Intermediate Western Pleasure 15. Senior Western PIeasure 16. Senior+ Western Pleasure 17. 2 & 3 year old Western Pleasure 18. Pee Wee Horsemanship 19. Junior Horsemanship 20. Intermediate Horsemanship 21. Senior Horsemanship 22. Senior+ Horsemanship 23. Junior Trail Class (17 & under) 24. Senior Trail Class (18 & over) 25. Open English Equitation 17 & under 26. Open English Equitation 18 & over 27. Open English Pleasure 17 & under 28. Open English Pleasure 18 & over

29. Pee Wee Barrels 30. Junior Barrels 31. Intermediate Barrels 32. Senior Barrels 33. Senior+ Barrels 34. Pee Wee Jumping Figure 8 35. Junior Jumping Figure 8 36. Intermediate Jumping Figure 8 37. Senior Jumping Figure 8 38. Senior+ Jumping Figure 8 39. Pee Wee Pole Weaving 40. Junior Pole Weaving 41. Intermediate Pole Weaving 42. Senior Pole Weaving 43. Senior+ Pole Weaving 44. Pee Wee Key Race 45. Junior Key Race 46. Intermediate Key Race 47. Senior Key Race 48. Senior+ Key Race 49. Open Ribbon Race 50. *Open Pennant Race 17 & under 51. *Open Pennant Race 18 & over 52. Open Seed Dash 17 & under 53. Open Seed Dash 18 & over 54. Open Rescue Race

*Age Divisions: Pee Wee...................... 10 & Under Junior...............................11 to 13 Intermediate.....................14 to 17 Senior ..............................18 to 34 Senior +....................... 35 and Up

*Entry Fees Regular Classes Single��������������������������������� $3 Double�������������������������������� $6 Pee Wees & Under������������� $1 Office Fee:�������������������������� $4

Concession Stand b y 4-H

* High point award for each age division Horse & Rider Combination * Horses can run only once in each class Negative Coggins Required * Pennant Race • 1 barrel, 1 pennant

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Students Arts, Crafts and Hobbies Entries must be made or taken by child. Pre-registration for Department K required by June 22, 2014. Use form on page 2. No entry fee. Ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Premiums $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00. Exhibits may be brought in on Wednesday, June 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Entries can be picked up Sunday, June 29th 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Fair Board CLASS 40 - (0-Pre-School ) LOT 1 Crayon 2 Chalk 3 Watercolor 4 Tempera or Acrylic 5 Finger paint 6 Felt tip 7 Pencil 8 Colored pencil 9 10 Paint by number 11 Rock painting 12 Holiday 13 Photography (unframed) 14 Computer art 15 Stenciled/stamping 16 Scrapbook page

17 Clay 18 Paper Mache 19 Metal 20 Sand Art 21 Fun Foam 22 Wood Kit 23 Wood craft 24 25 Yarn Work 26 String Art 27 Mobile 28 Bead Work 29 Jewelry 30 Ceramic or Plaster of Paris 31 Mosiac 32 Collage 33 Cut Paper

34 35 Booklet 36 37 Model 38 Toy 39 Weaving 40 41 Macaroni/Seed 42 43 Batik/Tye Dyed 44 Stuffed Item 45 Gift 46 Puppet 47 Legos 48 Plant or Flower 49 Other

CLASS 41 - (Gr. Kindergarten - 1 ) LOT 1 Crayon 2 Chalk 3 Watercolor 4 Tempera or Acrylic 5 Finger paint 6 Felt tip 7 Pencil 8 Colored pencil 9 10 Paint by number 11 Rock painting 12 Holiday 13 Photography (unframed) 14 Computer art 15 Stenciled/stamping 16 Scrapbook page

17 Clay 18 Paper Mache 19 Metal 20 Sand Art 21 Fun Foam 22 Wood Kit 23 Wood craft 24 25 Yarn Work 26 String Art 27 Mobile 28 Bead Work 29 Jewelry 30 Ceramic or Plaster of Paris 31 Mosiac 32 Collage 33 Cut Paper

34 Creative Writing 35 Booklet 36 37 Model 38 Toy 39 Weaving 40 41 Macaroni/Seed 42 43 Batik/Tye Dyed 44 Stuffed Item 45 Gift 46 Puppet 47 Legos 48 Plant or Flower 49 Other

17 Clay 18 Paper Mache 19 Metal 20 Sand Art 21 Fun Foam 22 Wood Kit 23 Wood craft 24 25 Yarn Work 26 String Art 27 Mobile 28 Bead Work 29 Jewelry 30 Ceramic or Plaster of Paris 31 Mosiac 32 Collage 33 Cut Paper

34 Creative Writing 35 Booklet 36 Embroidered Item 37 Model 38 Toy 39 Weaving 40 Quilted Item 41 Macaroni/Seed 42 Duct Tape item 43 Batik/Tye Dyed 44 Stuffed Item 45 Gift 46 Puppet 47 Legos 48 Plant or Flower 49 Other

CLASS 42 - (Gr. 2-3) LOT 1 Crayon 2 Chalk 3 Watercolor 4 Tempera or Acrylic 5 Finger paint 6 Felt tip 7 Pencil 8 Colored pencil 9 Charcoal 10 Paint by number 11 Rock painting 12 Holiday 13 Photography (unframed) 14 Computer art 15 Stenciled/stamping 16 Scrapbook page

CLASS 42 - (Gr. 4-5) LOT 1 Crayon 2 Chalk 3 Watercolor 4 Tempera or Acrylic 5 6 Felt tip 7 Pencil 8 Colored pencil 9 Charcoal 10 Paint by number 11 Rock painting 12 Holiday 13 Photography (unframed) 14 Computer art 15 Stenciled/stamping 16 Scrapbook page

17 Clay 18 Paper Mache 19 Metal 20 Sand Art 21 Fun Foam 22 Wood Kit 23 Wood craft 24 25 Yarn Work 26 String Art 27 Mobile 28 Bead Work 29 Jewelry 30 Ceramic or Plaster of Paris 31 Mosiac 32 Collage 33 Cut Paper

34 Creative Writing 35 Booklet 36 Embroidered Item 37 Model 38 Toy 39 Weaving 40 Quilted Item 41 Macaroni/Seed 42 Duct Tape item 43 Batik/Tye Dyed 44 Stuffed Item 45 Gift 46 Puppet 47 Legos 48 Plant or Flower 49 Other

CLASS 42 - (Gr. 6-7) CLASS 38 - Jr. High School (Gr. 8-9) CLASS 39 - Sr. High School (Gr. 10-11-12) LOT 1 Original Pastels 2 Original Chalk 3 Original Watercolor 4 Tempera or Acrylic 5 Original Ink 6 Original Felt tip 7 Original Pencil 8 Original Colored pencil 9 Original Charcoal 10 Original Oil 11 Yarnwork 12 Holiday 13 Photography (framed) 13 a. Color 13 b. B&W 13 c. Digitally enhanced 13 d. Collage 14 Computer art 15 Stenciled/stamping page or

card 16 Scrapbook page 17 Clay 18 Paper Mache 19 Metal 20 Tooling 21 Graphic Design - create poster or package (used in Marketing) 22 Wood Carving 23 Wood craft 24 Wood Bruning 25 T-shirt scarf 26 Rock Painting 27 Mobile 28 Bead Work 29 Jewelry 30 Ceramic or Plaster of Paris 31 Mosiac 32 Collage

33 Origami 34 Creative Writing 35 Booklet 36 Embroidered Item 37 Model 38 Crochet Item 39 Weaving 40 Quilted Item 41 Complicated Garment 42 Simple Sewing Garment 43 Batik/Tye Dyed 44 Stuffed Item 45 Duck Tape Item 46 Recycled Art 47 Knitted Item 48 Multimedia Picture 49 Jewelry Set 50 Jewelry - Other 51 Other


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Wednesday, June 25 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m............All Open Class exhibits in place (judging begins at 6:00 p.m.) 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m............4-H Conference Judging of all non-livestock projects except clothing & those specified below. Exhibits brought in after 5:00 p.m. on entry day will not be judged. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ..........“About Face Creations” by Alanna Burns 5:00 p.m............Advanced Ticket Sales End for the Carnival - Midway Rides 5:00 p.m............Exhibit Buildings Open 6:00 p.m............ Grand Opening, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, speakers, by the Concert Stage

6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............ “Zerebko’s Exotic Petting Zoo” Open, Bungee Jumping & Pony Rides 6:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m............Carnival Rides by Midwest Rides Arm Bands 6:00 p.m. - Closing...........Beer Garden Open 8:00 p.m............“Original Artis DJ” on the Concert Stage 10:00 p.m............All animals in place 4-H and Open

Thursday, June 26

8:30 a.m............Horse Related & Horseless Horse Judging - 4-H Horse Show (Outdoor Arena) immediately following Horse Related & Horseless

10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m............ “Zerebko’s Exotic Petting Zoo” Open, Bungee Jumping & Pony Rides 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m............Beer Garden & Food open 12:00 noon. - 10:00 p.m. ..........Exhibit Buildings Open 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m............Wadena County Historical Log Museum open 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m............“DWI Crash Car” by MN State Patrol 12:00 noon - Closing...........“Rock Wall Climbing,” by National Guard Armory 1:00 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m............Arm Bands for Carnival Rides 1:00 p.m. - Closing...........Carnival Rides for Midwest Rides 2:00 p.m............Coin Scramble by Office 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m............Knitting, Crocheting, etc. - Mary Shorek, Home & Hobbies Bldg. 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ..........Free Nitrate Testing Clinic - Wadena Soil & Water Conservation District (bring 1/2 cup cool water in a zip lock or twist tie baggie or sterile jar) 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ..........Dunk Tank 2:30 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 2:30 p.m. ..........4-H Swine Show - Swine Barn 3:00 p.m............4-H Lamb Lead • 4-H Wool Show • 4-H Sheep Show - Sheep Barn Arena 3:30 p.m............4-H Beef followed by Open Class Beef - New Dairy Show Arena 4:00 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ..........“About Face Creations” by Alanna Burns


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4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............“Wall of Shame” by Turn-In-Poachers 5:00 p.m. .........4-H Poultry Show - Sheep Barn Arena 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ..........“Caricatures by Doug” - color or black & white 6:30 p.m............ “L.A. Pig Races” at the Grandstand presented by Leader Area Pig Races “Bears Den” 7:00 p.m. ..........Madhatters on the Concert Stage 7:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............“Whirlaways Square Dancing” on the street by the office 9:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. ..........“The Original Artist DJ” Bryon on the Concert Stage

Friday, June 27 8:00 a.m. ..........4-H Goat Show - Sheep Barn Arena 8:45 a.m. ..........4-H Dairy Show followed by Open Dairy Show - New Dairy Show Arena 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. ..........“Zerebko’s Exotic Petting Zoo” Open, Bungee Jumping and Pony Rides 11:00 a.m. to Closing...........Beer Garden & Food 12:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. ..........Exhibit Buildings Open 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............Wadena County Historical Log Museum open 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m............“DWI Crash Car” by MN State Patrol 12:00 noon - Closing...........“Rock Wall Climbing,” by National Guard Armory 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m............Kyle Schultz, Master Gardener, Home & Hobbies Bldg. 12:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m............“Ms Jazee,” Balloon Creations, in the Pavilion behind the Office 1:00 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 1:00 p.m.-Closing...........Carnival Rides by Midwest Rides Carnival 2:00 p.m............Announcement of Outstanding Senior Citizen and 4-H’ers Ice Cream Social with Seniors sponsored by the MAHUBE-OTWA, at the Bandshell Stage 2:00 p.m............Coin Scramble by Office 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m............Knitting, Crocheting, etc. - Mary Snorek, Home & Hobbies Bldg. 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m............BINGO in the Old Beer Garden 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. ..........Free Nitrate Testing Clinic - Wadena Soil & Water Conservation District (bring 1/2 cup cool water in a zip lock or twist tie baggie or sterile jar) 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ..........Dunk Tank 2:30 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............“Wall of Shame” by Turn-In-Poachers 4:00 p.m............“Silent Clown,” Lloyd Brant, on the Concert Stage 4:00 p.m. ..........4-H Llama Show - Dairy Show Arena 4:00 p.m. ..........4-H Pride Auction deadline for sign-up 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ..........“About Face Creations” by Alanna Burns 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m............Kyle Schultz, Master Gardener, Home & Hobbies Bldg. 5:30 p.m. ..........4-H Rabbit Show - Sheep Barn Arena


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6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ..........“Caricatures by Doug” - color or black & white 7:00 p.m. ..........NTPA “Clash of the Titans,” at the Grandstand 9:00 p.m. to Closing ..........“Junk FM” live band on the Concert Stage

Saturday, June 28 9:00 a.m. ..........4-H Dog Exhibition Show in the New Dairy Show Arena 9:00 a.m. ..........4-H Fun and Games Horse Show - Horse Arena 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. ..........“Zerebko’s Exotic Petting Zoo” Open, Bungee Jumping and Pony Rides 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. ..........“Caricatures by Doug” - color or black & white 11:00 a.m. ..........“Pet Parade” sponsored by the Wadena County Humane Society 11:00 a.m. to Closing ..........Beer Garden & Food 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. ..........Exhibit Buildings Open 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m............“DWI Crash Car” by MN State Patrol 12:00 noon - Closing...........“Rock Wall Climbing,” by National Guard Armory 1:00 p.m. to Closing ..........Carnival Rides by Midwest Rides 1:00 p.m. ..........4-H Pride Auction, State Fair Meeting immediately following 1:00 p.m. ..........Dunk Tank open 2:00 p.m. ..........The “Sherwin Linton Band” on the Concert Stage 2:00 p.m. ..........Apple Pie Baking Contest 2:00 p.m. ..........Kids Pedal Pull by Fair Office 2:00 p.m. ..........Coin Scramble by Fair Office 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m............Bingo in the old Beer Garden 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m............Knitting, Crocheting, etc. - Mary Snorek, Home & Hobbies Bldg. 3:00 p.m. ..........Century Farms Ceremony and 100 year Farm Project 3:30 p.m. ..........The “Sherwin Linton Band” on the Concert Stage 4:00 p.m. ..........4-H Fashion Review 4:00 p.m. ..........Barnyard Olympics - Dairy Show Arena (teams sign-up in office) 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ..........“About Face Creations” by Alanna Burns 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m............“Wall of Shame” by Turn-In-Poachers 5:00 p.m. ..........The “Sherwin Linton Band” on the Concert Stage

7:00 p.m. ..........NTPA “Clash of the Titans,” at the Grandstand 9:00 p.m. .........“Audio Throttle” Live Band on the Concert Stage

Sunday, June 29 4:00 a.m. ..........Open Class and 4-H release of livestock 9:00 a.m. ..........WSCA Horse Show at the Horse Barn Arena 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m............Release of 4-H & Open Class non-livestock exhibits


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Enter if you dare‌Our haunted house is home to thrills, chills and frightful fun! Not recommended for children under the age of 10!

The Fear Factory Haunted House October 10-11, 17-18, 25-25, 31 & November 1


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Grand $lam Team Derby

Presented by: Performance Rear Ends August 16, 2014 • 2:00 pm at the Wadena County Fairgrounds General Admission: $10 • Pit Pass: $20 CLASSES: 4-Man Team (any combo old iron/new style) FILLER CLASSES: Compact Car ~ Small Welded Truck Chain Full Size Truck ~ Power Wheels Must pre-register by July 11, 2014 For more information, visit our website www.we-crash.com


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Wadena Mud Run August 23, 2014 • 3:00 pm at the Wadena County Fairgrounds 4-Wheelers - Side x Sides Sportsman - Prostock - Open Street - Modified ~ Super Stock - Powder Puff Questions, call Bryan 218-639-3618


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