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Show Representatives Alanah McKenna Jandowae Miss Showgirl 2013 Alanah McKenna was awarded Jandowae Miss Showgirl for 2013. Representing her community as Miss Showgirl, Alanah has gained new experiences, skills and made lifelong friendships. Alanah travelled to Toowoomba to compete for the title of 2013 Miss Darling Downs, although unsuccessful, she felt it was a great opportunity to improve her public speaking skills through the support of her fellow competitors. Alanah was also awarded a regional scholarship

from the Australian Council of Agricultural Sciences and Coca Cola. This scholarship is being put towards completing her studies in a Bachelor of Agricultural Science majoring in Crop Production through UQ Gatton. Without being a part of the Jandowae Show Society or being awarded the title of Jandowae Miss Showgirl, this opportunity may not have been open to her. Alanah has found her role as Miss Showgirl highly rewarding.

Kassandra Pedler Rural Ambrassador Awards Representative Kassandra Pedler has represented Jandowae and District Show Society at the Rural Ambassadors Awards for the last 2 years.

Kassandra who hails from Kingaroy, is currently a team member at Elders, Jandowae, after previously working at Swickers. At the age of 13, Kass started her own stud 'Aztec Downs Murray Greys' and has bred and shown cattle ever since. She has competed at many shows including “The Ekka” and “Beef Australia”. Also enjoying horse riding and campdrafting, Kass is also an active member & Instructor of the Kumbia Pony Club and has been a successful competitor at State Championships. We are very proud to have Kassandra as our Rural Ambassador as she is truly passionate about animals and Rural Life. The Rural Ambassador Awards seeks young people who symbolize the rural spirit – people with vitality, who are thinking about the future and have a passion for the land and local country shows.

Alanah McKenna and Kassandra Pedler


Jandowae & District Show Society Inc.

66th Annual Show SATURDAY 22nd MARCH 2014 Conducted under the rules and regulations of the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies.

OFFICE BEARERS 2013-2014 Patron: Mrs Lillian Krog President: Mrs Maree Cameron Vice Presidents: Mr Ivan Grundy Mr George Sturgess Secretary: Treasurer: Committee:

4668 6125 4668 5408 0428 157 566

Mrs Sue Schrag 4668 5227 Mrs Donna Tanner 4668 5005/ 0427 006 588 All Life Members and Financial Members

show@jandowae.com www.jandowae.org/show Annual Membership: Single $9; Aged Pension $7; Family $20 Gate Admission: Adults (all persons over 15 years) Secondary School Students (ID required) Primary School Students Family Pass

$10.00 $ 5.00 $ 2.00 $25.00

JANDOWAE & DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY INC. NB: All competitors must pay admission to the grounds (except Members) Membership and privileges: 1. 2. 

Free admission of motor vehicles. The right to attend, speak and vote at all meetings of the Show Society. 7REHHOLJLEOHIRUHOHFWLRQWRDQ\RI¿FHRIWKH6RFLHW\ For Enquiries & Entries: OFFICE OPEN AT SHOWGROUNDS (Week prior to Show) Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday –8am to 10pm

Telephone: 07 4668 5263 A/H: 4668 5227 Email: show@jandowae.com www.jandowae.com/clubs/show 1


INDEX CULINARY

25

EDUCATION

45

FARM PRODUCE

21

FINANCIAL MEMBERS

50

FINE ARTS

41

HANDICRAFT

37

HORSES

5

HORTICULTURE

30

NEEDLEWORK

33

OFFICE BEARERS

1

PAVILION JUDGING TIMES

20

PET SECTION

16

PHOTOGRAPHY

44

QCWA

46

QUILT COMPETITION

38

STUD CATTLE

17

WOODWORK & METAL WORK

40

YOUNG JUDGES COMPETITION

19

YOUNG PARADERS COMPETITION

19

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THE JANDOWAE AND DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY ACKNOWLEDGE AND THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS. SINCERE THANKS TO ALL TROPHY DONORS. RECOGNITION OF TROPHY DONOR NAMES ARE PRINTED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE SECTION. 5 Star Handimarket Aleis Jandowae Attitude Cattle Co.

Hon Bruce Scott MP Howard Hobbs MP Jandowae Hotel-Motel John Davies Optometrists Kevin Turner Associates Keyland Air Landmark Lions Club Jandowae Master Hire Dalby ML Marshall Morrissey & Co Pty Ltd Nelson Family Meats Outdoor Machinery Agents Philip Brodie Grains Pioneer Seeds Power Link Queensland Gas Company Rawlinson Panel Beaters Reliance Petroleum Riverina Australia Pty Ltd Rod Dolley Painting Rosevale (Greenup Family) Tanner S & D Todds Transport (Dalby) Wassell House Removals Wenham Transport Western Traders Western Downs Regional Council Western Downs Saleyards

Aust Brahmousin Association Balston Dr T - Gatehouse Medical BGS Logistics B J Hydraulics Pty Ltd Black Toyota (Dalby) Black Toyota (Oakey) Bowdens Transport Bowdler Tax Accounting Burgess A G Butters Warehouse Calga Arabians & Appaloosas Camel Tanks Pty Ltd Carrick Ashmead Carsburg Grains &KHVWHU多HOG0DFKLQHU\ David Keehn Dalby Moto Dalby Tyreright Dalby Rural Supplies Deacon Seeds Co Donbar Automotive Edgar & Wood Solicitors Ergon Energy Elders (Jandowae) Finch Engineering Glenmar Fuel Supplies Go Farm Chinchilla Grant Daniel Long Pty Ltd 3


WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT Any exhibitor intending to bring electrical equipment to the Show Grounds will be UHTXLUHG WR HQVXUH WKDW VXFK HTXLSPHQW LV ÂżWWHG ZLWK HDUWK OHDNDJH FLUFXLW EUHDNHUV and that all leads, tools and appliances have been inspected and tagged by a licensed contractor. This is essential for the safety of all exhibitors and the general public and is a requirement of the Workplace Health and Safety Act of 1995. The Act imposes very severe penalties in the event of noncompliance with its provisions. Any exhibitors who do not comply will not be allowed to exhibit at Jandowae Show. Exhibitors should check all electrical equipment and leads before coming to the Show *URXQGVWRDYRLGWKHRFFXUUHQFHRIDQ\GLIÂżFXOWLHV All competitors and exhibitors are subject to the regulations and by-laws of the -DQGRZDH DQG 'LVWULFW 6KRZ 6RFLHW\ ,QF ZKLFK LV DIÂżOLDWHG ZLWK WKH 4XHHQVODQG Chamber of Agricultural Societies, and full particulars may be obtained on application to the secretary. In the event of a protest, such protest shall be lodged, in writing, within half an hour of the event, with the Secretary, $10 to accompany the protest, which will be refunded if the protest is upheld. Time-table for lodging exhibits: Times for lodging exhibits with Stewards are stated at the beginning of each section. Exhibits must be in the hands of the Stewards at the WLPHVVSHFLÂżHGLQWKHVFKHGXOHWRHQDEOHMXGJLQJWRFRPPHQFHDWWKHWLPHDGYHUWLVHG Failure to do so will mean exclusion from judging.

EXHIBITS MUST NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE PAVILION BY EXHIBITOR. PAVILION CLOSES AT 5:00PM SHOW DAY. STEWARDS ONLY WILL HAVE ACCESS BETWEEN 5:00PM AND 5:45PM. ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE GIVEN TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNER AT 5:45PM. SHOULD THE EXHIBITOR BE UNABLE TO ATTEND AT THIS TIME, ALL CARE AND ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN IN RETURNING SAME TO THE EXHIBITOR.

The Jandowae Show Executive Committee thank members who have given ÂżQDQFLDOVXSSRUWDQGDFNQRZOHGJHWKHKXJHFRQWULEXWLRQWKDWDOOVWHZDUGVDQG volunteers provide for our annual show.

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1. HORSES Chief Steward: G Krog (0439682114, 0407685593) Stewards: S Wassell, D Condon, D Ramsay. PROGRAM: Rings: 1,4,2,3,5 Start Time: 8.00 am All horses to participate in the Grand Parade at 2.00 pm. All horses that participate will go into a lucky draw. Champion of Champions – Selected from all Supreme Leds from rings 1,2,3,4 with a Garland donated by FINCH ENGINEERING. HIGH POINTS HORSE OF THE YEAR – 2014 Entry Forms available at the 6KRZJURXQGVRI¿FH 5LQJV RSHUDWLQJ 6DWXUGD\ QG 0DUFK  (QWULHV DUH E\ WLFNHW V\VWHP DQG ¿OOHG in by the exhibitor. Tickets to be bought at ring gate and presented to Steward before judging commences. Prize money will be presented at completion of each event. NB. All colts or stallions 2 years of age and over, to be shown with a bit in mouth and safe headstall and lead. These requirements are to be to the satisfaction of the Steward. All stallions must be controlled by a person 14 years of age and over. No stallion allowed in Hack Classes. In Breed Classes, all animals must be registered and registration papers must be available at the Show as proof of registration. All breeds to act as judge directs. In the event of a protest, such protest shall be lodged, in writing, within half an hour of the event, with the Secretary; $10 to accompany the protest, which will be refunded if the protest is upheld. No exhibitor, nor a member of the exhibitors immediate family, or anybody employed by the exhibitor, shall approach the judge with regards to a decision made by the judge, XQOHVVWKH\¿UVWREWDLQWKHSHUPLVVLRQRIWKH&KLHI6WHZDUGRUSHUVRQLQFKDUJHRIWKH relevant section.

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1. Horses

HORSE RING 1: AUSTRALIAN STOCK HORSES 12. Stallion 4 yrs & over 13. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion or Colt 14. Mare 4 yrs & over 15. Filly under 4 yrs. Champion & Reserve Champion Mare or Filly 16. Gelding Winner of class 16 eligible supreme

TO START AT 8.00am Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 Entry Fee: $2 WARM BLOOD 1. Stallion or Colt 2. Mare or Filly 3. Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion Warmblood Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds).

SUPREME CHAMPION STOCK HORSE Trophy donated by JANDOWAE SHOW SOCIETY Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

MINIATURES 4. Stallion or Colt 5. Mare or Filly 6. Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion Progeny Pair class 87 (open to all Breeds).

A.N.S.A. 17. Stallion 4 yrs & over 18. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion or Colt 19. Mare 4 yrs & Over 20. Filly under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Mare or Filly 21. Gelding Winner of class 21 eligible supreme

QUARTER HORSES 7. Stallion 4 yrs & over 8. Colt under 4 yrs Champion Stallion or Colt 9. Mare 4 yrs & over 10. Filly under 4 yrs. Champion Mare or Filly 11. Gelding Winner of class 11 eligible supreme

SUPREME CHAMPION A.N.S.A. Trophy donated by DEACON SEEDS Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

SUPREME CHAMPION QUARTER HORSE Trophy Donated by JANDOWAE SHOW SOCIETY Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all Breeds).

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1. Horses

ARABIANS PUREBRED Prize money for Classes 22 – 31, 33 - 35 1st - $6; 2nd - $3.50; 3rd- $2.50 22. Stallion 4 yrs & over 23. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion or Colt 24. Mare 4 yrs & over 25. Filly under 4 yrs

MOST SUCCESSFUL ARABIAN HORSES: Pure or Derivative SENIOR HORSE - $60 (4 yrs & over) JUNIOR HORSE - $40 (Under 4 yrs) From Classes 22-35, 87, 89-91 Points will be 1st-3 2nd-2 3rd-1 Prize money donated by:

Champion & Reserve Champion Mare or Filly

CALGA ARABIANS & APPALOOSAS Nominations must be made before judging commences with registration papers available for viewing.

26. Colt or Filly Foal (May be accompanied by mare) 27. Gelding Winner of class 27 eligible for supreme SUPREME CHAMPION ARABIAN Trophy Donated by MR & MRS K & L KROG

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS To be judged from all supreme leds from rings one, two, three and four (by 3 judges).

ARABIAN DERIVATIVES (Ponies not eligible) 28. Stallion or Colt 29. Mare or Filly 30. Gelding 31. Arabian Pony Champion & Reserve Champion Arabian Derivative Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

BREED PERFORMANCE 36. Ridden Warmblood 37. Ridden Quarter Horse 38. Ridden Stock Horse 39. Stock Horse and Lady Rider 40. Stock Horse Hack JIM SPARKES MEMORIAL TROPHY Donated by: JANDOWAE SHOW SOCIETY For horse gaining most points in classes 12-16,38 41. Ridden A.N.S.A.

SUPREME CHAMPION ARABIAN 32. The “Sagewood Destiny” Memorial Sash (To be judged from 1st placegetters of classes 22 to 31) 33. Arabian Pure or Derivative under saddle 34. Arabian Pony under saddle 35. Arabian Costume (To take part in Grand Parade, class will be judged immediately afterwards) 7


1. Horses

HORSE RING 2: BUCKSKIN & DUN 53. Best Presented 54. Stallion 4 yrs & over 55. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion & Colt 56. Mare 4 yrs & over 57. Filly under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Mare & Filly 58. Gelding 4 yrs & over 59. Gelding under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Gelding Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds).

TO START AT 8:00am Prize Money:1st- $5, 2nd- $2, 3rd - $1 Entry Fee: $2 GYPSY COBS 42. Purebred Male 43. Purebred Female 44. Partbred Male 45. Partbred Female Champion & Reserve Champion Trophy donated by GREENBROOK GYPSY COB STUD Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds). PALOMINO 46. Best Presented 47. Stallion 4 yrs & over 48. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion & Colt 49. Mare 4 yrs & over 50. Filly under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Mare & Filly 51. Gelding 4yrs & over 52. Gelding under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Gelding Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds).

ANY OTHER REGISTERED DILUTES 60. Best presented 61. Stallion or Colt 62. Mare or Filly 63. Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds). ANCILLARY 64. Best presented Ancillary 65. Stallion or Colt 66. Mare or Filly 67. Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

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1. Horses

SUPREME CHAMPION COLOURED MARE OR FILLY Trophy donated by KEATINGS PRODUCE CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION COLOURED GELDING Trophy donated by KEATINGS PRODUCE

BROKEN COLOURED DILUTE 68. Best presented 69. Stallion or Colt 70. Mare or Filly 71. Gelding Champion & Reserve Champion Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

BREED PERFORMANCE 82. Ridden Palomino 83. Ridden Buckskin 84. Any other Dilute ridden 85. Ridden Ancillary 86. Ridden Broken Coloured Dilute

APPALOOSA 72. Stallion 4 yrs & over 73. Colt under 4 yrs 74. Mare 4 yrs & over 75. Filly under 4 yrs 76. Gelding

MOST SUCCESSFUL COLOURED HORSES

SUPREME CHAMPION APPALOOSA Judged from classes 72-76 Trophy Donated by P & B RATHMELL Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds)

SENIOR HORSE - $30 (4 yrs & over) JUNIOR HORSE - $20 (Under 4 yrs) From classes 46-86, 87, 89-91 Points will be 1st-3, 2nd-2, 3rd-1 Points will only be taken from one bred colour. Nominations must be made before judging commences with registration papers available for viewing. Prize Money Donated by: CALGA ARABIAN & APPALOOSAS

PAINTS/PINTOS 77. Stallion 4 yrs & over 78. Colt under 4 yrs 79. Mare 4 yrs & over 80. Filly under 4 yrs 81. Gelding Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds) SUPREME CHAMPION COLOURED STALLION OR COLT Trophy donated by KEATINGS PRODUCE

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS To be judged from all supreme leds from Rings one, two, three and four (by 3 judges) Garland donated by: FINCH ENGINEERING

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HORSE RING 3:

1. Horses

TO START AT 8.00 am Prize Money:1st - $5, 2nd - $2, 3rd-$1. Entry Fee: $2 &ODVVL多FDWLRQRI+DFNVE\MXGJHZLOOEH at 7.45 am. THOROUGHBREDS 92. Stallion 4 yrs & over 93. Colt under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Stallion or Colt 94. Mare 4 yrs & over 95. Filly under 4 yrs Champion & Reserve Champion Mare or Filly 96. Gelding Winner of Class 96 eligible supreme

Champion & Reserve Champion CHAMPION HACK Trophy donated by DALBY RURAL SUPPLIES 106. Educated Hack 107. Pleasure Hack GALLOWAYS 108. Maiden Galloway Hack 109. Novice Galloway Hack 110. Light Weight Galloway Hack 111. Heavy Weight Galloway Hack 112. Hunter Hack (if eligible may compete in maiden & novice hack classes but not open classes) 113. Childs Galloway Hack (Rider to be 16 yrs & under) 114. Ladies Galloway Hack (Rider to be 17yrs & over) 115. Gents Galloway Hack (Rider to be 17yrs & over)

SUPREME CHAMPION THOROUGHBRED Trophy donated by DEACON SEEDS Progeny Pair Class 87 (open to all breeds) HACKS 97. Maiden Hack 98. Novice Hack 99. 10st Hack 100. 12st Hack 101. 14st Hack 102. Hunter Hack (if eligible may compete in maiden & novice hack classes but not open classes) 103. Childs Hack (Rider to be 16 yrs & under) 104. Ladies Hack (Rider to be 17yrs & over) 105. Gents Hack Rider to be 17yrs & over)

Champion & Reserve Champion CHAMPION GALLOWAY HACK Trophy Donated by DALBY RURAL SUPPLIES 116. Educated Galloway Hack 117. Pleasure Galloway Hack SUPREME CHAMPION HACK (Hack, Galloway & Pony) Trophy donated by Mr HOWARD HOBBS, MP for WARREGO

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HORSE RING 4:

1. Horses

133. Pony Gelding 13 hands and not exceeding 14 hands

TO START AT 8.00 am Prize Money: 1st—$5, 2nd— $2, 3rd—$1 Entry Fee: $2 N.B. Pony Hacks to be ridden by child 16 yrs and under

Champion & Reserve Champion Pony Gelding Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS AUSTRALIAN SADDLE PONIES 134. Stallion 135. Mare 136. Gelding

125. Best Pony Club Mount Must demonstrate ability to jump, bend pegs and be obedient for ÀDWZRUN Presented in Club Uniform. For Jandowae, Bell & Dalby Pony Club members.

Champion and Reserve Champion Saddle Pony Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS

JIM WALLACE MEMORIAL Trophy donated by JANDOWAE PONY CLUB

RIDING PONIES 137. Stallion 138. Mare 139. Gelding

LED PONIES Progeny Pair Class 87 (Open to all breeds)Ring 4 126. Pony Stallion Under 13 Hands 127. Pony Stallion 13 Hands not exceeding 14 hands Champion & Reserve Champion Pony Stallion Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS

Champion & Reserve Champion Riding Pony Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS SHETLANDS 140. Stallion 141. Mare 142. Gelding

128. Pony Mare under 12 hands 129. Pony Mare 12 hands and not exceeding 13 hands 130. Pony Mare 13 hands and not exceeding 14 hands

Champion & Reserve Champion Shetland Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS

Champion & Reserve Champion Pony Mare Trophy donated by RIVERINA STOCK FEEDS

SUPREME CHAMPION LED PONY Judged from the 6 Champions Trophy donated by FINCH ENGINEERING

131. Pony Gelding under 12 hands 132. Pony Gelding 12 hands not exceeding 13 hands 13


1. Horses

CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS To be judged in Ring 1, from all supreme Champion leds. Garland donated by FINCH ENGINEERING

OPEN RIDER CLASSES 154. Boy or Girl Under 7 yrs 155. Boy 7 and Under 9 yrs 156. Boy 9 and Under 12 yrs 157. Boy 12 and Under 17 yrs Champion and Reserve Champion Boy Rider

LOCAL PONY HACKS (For residents of the areas previously known as Wambo and Dalby Town Council) 143. Pony Hack under 14 hands

CHAMPION BOY RIDER Trophy Donated by JANDOWAE & DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY

OPEN PONY HACKS 144. Maiden 145. Novice Under 13 hands 146. Novice 13 Hands not exceeding 14 hands 147. Open under 12 hands 148. Open 12 hands and not exceeding 13 hands 149. Open 13 hands and not exceeding 14 hands 150. Hunter Pony Hack (if eligible may compete in maiden & novice hack classes but not open classes)

158. Girl 7 and Under 9 yrs 159. Girl 9 and Under 12 yrs 160. Girl 12 and Under 17 yrs Champion and Reserve Champion Girl Rider CHAMPION GIRL RIDER Trophy Donated by HEDGE’S SPORTS STORE 161. Pair of riders under 16 yrs RIDDEN SADDLE PONIES 162. Under 12.2 hands 163. 12.2 Hands & under 13.2 hands 164. 13.2 Hands not exceeding 14.2 hands Champion & Reserve Champion Saddle Pony

Champion and Reserve Champion Pony Hack CHAMPION PONY HACK Trophy Donated by G & P GREENUP LOCAL RIDER CLASSES Local for former Wambo and Dalby residents Ribbons to 5th Place 151. Local Child led any age 152. Local Child under 12 yrs 153. Local Child 12-16 yrs

PERFORMANCE 165. Pony most suitable for a child (ridden by child 10 yrs & under) 166. Best all round pony 167. Pony ridden by an adult

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HORSE RING 5: PONY CLUB Events

1. Horses

8.00 am START. Events must be completed by 11:30 am. $5 Entry Fee - Ribbons only. All events will be conducted under Pony Club Association of Queensland Rules. (Classes being held in Rings 1- 4 will at all times take priority over Ring 5.)

A

Led any age

B

8 years and under

C

9 - 12 years

D

13 - 16 years

E

17 - 21 years

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Ribbons donated by JANDOWAE & DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY INC and presented to 4th place. The following classes will be judged in four sections. (May be changed on the day according to numbers entered).

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Bounce Pony Snakes & Ladders Keyhole Race Walk Trot & Lead Bending Race Sword Race Three Mug Race Sporting Figure of Eight Jandowae Jigsaw Diamond Flag


3. STUD CATTLE All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee. Chief Steward: Mr David Greenup (Ph: 07 4668 6192, Fax: 07 4668 6120, Email: rosevalesanta@bigpond.com) Stewards: Mr J Haselwood, Mr L Martin, Miss K Bach, Mr P Labrie 1. COULD ALL ENTRIES PLEASE BE SENT DIRECT TO DAVID GREENUP AT "ROSEVALE" JANDOWAE, 4410 OR BY FAX/EMAIL PRIOR TO THE SHOW. CHANGES TO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THE MORNING OF JUDGING. PLEASE STATE BREED ON TOP OF ENTRY FORM. 2. Cattle will be judged in 4 sections: Tropical Breeds, British Breeds, European Breeds and Small Breeds 3. This competition will be conducted under the rules and regulations of the Jandowae and District Show Society. 4. Led Steer/Heifer judging will commence at 8:30am sharp and breed judging will commence upon completion of these classes. 5. There will be no entry fee and no prize money. 6. All ages will be calculated to 1st March (e.g. calf born on 2nd March last year will be under 12 months of age.) 7. All exhibitors are requested to have their cattle on the grounds one hour prior to the commencement of judging. 8. All exhibitors are asked to make their cattle available to take part in the Grand Parade at 2.00 pm. 9. Points for special prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st — 3pts, 2nd — 2pts. 3rd — 1pt.

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3. Stud Cattle

Awards:— Grand Champion Braford Female — H & C Geismann Memorial Trophy donated by MRS GWEN PAIN

CLASSES 1. Open Led Steer or Heifer (Milk Tooth). (Depending on numbers, entries will be split into two classes based on weight.) 2. Bull under 12 months 3. Bull 12 months and under 16 months 4. Bull 16 months & under 20 months

Supreme Champion Bull of the Show—R T Hoare Memorial Trophy donated by MRS PEGGY GREENUP Supreme Champion Female of the Show— donated by MR & MRS JOHN & ROS HASELWOOD

Junior Champion Bull Reserve Junior Champion Bull 5. Bull 20 months & under 28 months 6. Bull 28 months & under 36 months

Supreme Champion Breeders Group of the Show—J R Sparkes Memorial Trophy donated by BILL & DELTA SPARKES

Senior Champion Bull Reserve Senior Champion Bull Grand Champion Bull 7. Heifer under 12 months 8. Heifer 12 months & under 16 months 9. Heifer 16 months & under 20 months

Supreme Champion Exhibit of the Show -- Len Pain Memorial Trophy donated by MRS GWEN PAIN

MORRISSEY & Co TROPHY A stainless steel symbol brand or a three piece brand is awarded to the exhibitor gaining the most points. There must be two or more exhibitors competing in each class for points to be awarded.

Junior Champion Female Reserve Junior Champion Female 10. Female 20 months & under 36 months 11. Female 36 months & over Senior Champion Female Reserve Senior Champion Female Grand Champion Female 12. Breeders Group — 3 animals with both sexes represented. All to be bred and owned by exhibitor

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YOUNG PARADERS COMPETITION

YOUNG JUDGES COMPETITION Judging Time: After Young Paraders judging.

Judging Time: After Stud Cattle Judging Open to persons not over 25 years of age on Show day

Conditions: 1. Open to persons not over the age of 25 years on 1st July and who must have been a resident of Queensland for 3 months. 2. 7KHFRQWHVWDQWVSODFHG¿UVWDQG second in this regional contest will be eligible to compete in the Darling Downs Finals at a venue and date to be announced. The champion winner will go to the Brisbane Royal Show for participation in the State Stud Beef Young Judges Competition.

Class 1 Young Paraders Under 12 Yrs (as at 1st January) 2 Young Paraders 12 Yrs and under 16 Yrs (as at 1st January) 3 Young Paraders 16 Yrs and under 25 Yrs (as at 1st January) Prizes donated by the Australian Brahmousin Association.

Prizes donated by Black Toyota, Dalby.

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SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OTHER TROPHY DONORS, including ‡ Camel Tanks Pty Ltd ‡ Dalby General Steel ‡ Dalby Rural Supplies ‡ Elders - Jandowae ‡ R & H Gersekowski ‡ M & A Green ‡ W & M & S Hawton — Memorial for Joseph Hawton ‡ Jandowae Hardware ‡ G Krog ‡ G & S Rawlinson ‡ Attitdue Cattle Co.

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Knox Veterinary, Dalby Labrie Family Landmark, Dalby L & J Martin G Pain T & M Pain S Pain Riverina Stockfeeds I & K Russell K & R Sargent D & B Wehl A & G Weir P Weir Western Traders, Jandowae


4. FARM PRODUCE Chief Steward: Gladys Franz (4668 6127) Stewards: Donna Tanner (4668 5005 / Mobile 0427 006 588 Fax 4668 5761) Alan Nauschutz and John Gersekowski Trophies Best decorated Pumpkin 1A (Prizes 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5) Best decorated Animal/Sculpture from Fruit/Vege (Prizes 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5) donated by JANDOWAE SHOW SOCIETY

Champion Exhibits Grain Classes 1-3 donated in memory of Albert Nauschutz, by R & T NAUSCHUTZ Oil And Small Grain Classes 4-8 donated by ELDERS Grain Sorghum Classes 9-10 donated by PIONEER SEEDS Legumes/Cotton Classes 11-14 & 20-22 donated by ELDERS Champion Sheaf Classes 16-19 donated by PIONEER SEEDS Champion Fodder Sheaf Classes 23-28 donated by RON & JANELLE WOODS Most Points Grain & Sheaves classes 1-28 donated by PHILIP BRODIE GRAINS Heaviest Pumpkin Class 30 Donated in memory of MR & MRS C BLINCO Champion Table Pumpkin Class 31-37 donated by GO FARM CHINCHILLA Champion Fruit and Vegetable Exhibit Classes 38-65 donated by PIONEER SEEDS Best Egg Exhibit Class 66-71 donated by PIONEER SEEDS Best Gourd Exhibit Class 72-73 donated by JANDOWAE SHOW SOCIETY Most Points Fruit and Vegetables Classes 30-73 Best Apiary Exhibit Class 74 1st $5, 2nd $3 Ribbon for Most Points Junior Exhibitor under 16 years 21


FARM PRODUCE JUDGING TIME 2:00pm FRIDAY 21st MARCH 2014 Conditions: ‡ All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee. ‡ No Entry Fee, No Prize Money ‡ Entries close 10:00 am Friday before the Show. All exhibits to be in the pavilion by this time. Early nominations appreciated, with the section card attached, and where possible, the name or variety. Separate exhibits must be provided for each class entered. ‡ All grain to be in clean polythene, hessian or calico bag, plastic bucket or other suitable container, containing no less than 3 kg, unless otherwise stated. All hybrid grains should be named. ‡ Exhibitors are asked to carefully make sure their cards or tags match the schedule. If there is any discrepancy, return the tag at once to the Chief Steward, setting out clearly the class in which the exhibit should be entered and a new card will be issued. ‡ Exhibitors must not, under any circumstances, alter cards themselves. Study the schedule carefully, and make sure that the exhibits comply with all conditions set down. Failure to do so may mean the loss of an award. ‡ By a "collection of articles" it is meant the greatest number of varieties. If the best half bushel or best half dozen are asked for, then quality, freedom from disease and general display are the principal considerations. ‡ A "sheaf or sheaves" must be cut off above the ground and tied. For all grain sheaves, all leaf matter should be stripped from each individual stem, placed neatly together, tied in three places and cut off at the bottom. ‡ Wheat sheaves to be at least 6cm in diameter at the base. Grain Sorghum to be at least 10cm in diameter at the base. ‡ Millet sheaves to be at least 5cm in diameter at the base. ‡ Green forage and grass sheaves are to be at least 7cm in diameter at the base with green succulent leaves to be left on. Any exhibitor desiring information concerning his/her exhibits after completion of judging may, by arrangement with the Stewards of the section, receive an introduction to the judge. The Pavilion closes at 5:00pm show day. Stewards only will have access between 5:00pm and 5:45pm. All exhibits will be handed to their respective owner at 5:45pm.

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18. Millet Sheaf (Panicum/Panorama/ White French Millet etc.) 19. Any Winter Variety (Wheat/Barley)

YOUNG JUDGES COMPETITION Farm Produce — Fruit & Vegetables Information about judging is available upon application to the Secretary.

OTHER SHEAVES / BUSHES 20. Mung Beans - bush 21. Other edible bean - bush 22. &RWWRQEXVKZLWKIUXLWRUÀRZHUV

JUNIOR COMPETITION Best Decorated (cut out cardboard/ FRUÀXWH 3XPSNLQ 1A. Individual or group up to 16 years.

FODDER SHEAVES 23. Forage Sorghum for Silage 24. Forage Sorghum for Grazing 25. Rhodes Grass Sheaf 26. Buffel Grass Sheaf 27. Green Panic Sheaf 28. Grass Sheaf - any other grass variety

To decorate a blank Canvas Pumpkin. &RUÀXWHWREHREWDLQHGIURPWKH6KRZ Society in January 2014. 1B. Best animal/scultpure made from fruit/vegetables. FARM PRODUCE - GRAIN 1. Wheat - any recognised variety 2. Oats - any current variety 3. Barley 4. 6XQÀRZHU%LUGVHHG 5.6XQÀRZHU2LOVHHG 6. Millet - White French 7. Panicum/Panorama 8. Any other small seed not mentioned 9. Sorghum red or bronze 10. Any other variety

FLEECE 29. Wool Fleece FRUIT & VEGETABLES All exhibits in this section must be grown and produced during the current growing season. 30. Pumpkin - Heaviest (1) Cattle 31. Pumpkin - Heaviest Table variety (1) 32. Pumpkin – Jap (2) 33. Pumpkin – Qld Blues (2) 34. Pumpkin – Butternut (2) 35. Pumpkin – Grammas (2) 36. Pumpkin – Any named variety (2) 37. Collection of Pumpkins, one each variety, not less than 3 varieties 38. Watermelon (1) 39. Rockmelon (1) 40. Pie-melon (1) 41. Potatoes – Sweet 1kg

LEGUME SEEDS 11. Chick Peas 12. Mung Beans 13. Cow Peas - any variety 14. Edible Beans - any variety eg Soya/ Navy beans 15. Collection of all (4) farm seeds GRAIN SHEAVES 16. Hybrid Sorghum 23


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42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

Squash – white/yellow (2) Squash – any other variety (2) Zucchini (2) Carrots – bunch of six (6) Radish – bunch of six (6) Eschalots – bunch of six (6) Tomatoes – any variety (3) Tomatoes – cherry (6) Cucumber - any variety (2) Chokos (2) Beans – any variety (12) on plate Chillies (6) Capsicum (2) Collection of Chillies & Capsicums Any other vegetable not mentioned 57. Collection of vegetables - not less than 4 varieties 58. Parsley – bunch (in water) 59. Mint - bunch (in water)

60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73.

Any other named herb (in water) Any citrus (3) Collection of Herbs Passionfruit (3) Any other fruit not mentioned Collection of fresh fruit – not less than 4 varieties Hens Eggs – 1 doz. white Hens Eggs – 1 doz. brown Heaviest Hen Egg (1) Heaviest Hens Eggs - 1 doz. Bantam Eggs – 1 doz. Any other Eggs not mentioned – 1 doz. Collection of Gourds Decorated Gourd

APIARY Best Apiary exibit class 74 1st - $5 2nd - $3. 74. 1 500g bottle extracted honey light

GROW THE HEAVIEST PUMPKIN Judged at 2pm Friday 21st March 2014 Prize money donated in memory of Mr C Blinco & Mrs L Blinco Prizes 1st - $30 2nd - $20 3rd - $10 Please note pavilion times – see page 20

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5. CULINARY No Entry Fee – No Prize Money unless otherwise stated. Chief Steward: J. Mittelstadt (4668 5667) Stewards: B. Lindenberg, M. Berghofer, S. Heathwood.

Trophies: Most Points: Over 70 Years – donated by MRS K. GRUNDY 10 Years and under – donated by MRS L. KROG Classes 1 – 23 – donated by MRS S. WILSON Juvenile Section – donated by MRS G.H. NAUSCHUTZ Section B – E – donated by MRS B. LINDENBERG Mens Cookery Overall – donated by MR & MRS N. SCHUMANN

Champion Exhibit Classes 1- 23 – donated by JANDOWAE NEWSAGENCY Juvenile Section – (Mr H Kennedy Memorial) donated by MRS J. MITTELSTADT Class 17 Sponge Sandwich – donated by JINGHI VALLEY QCWA Class 24 Novelty Iced Cake – donated by MRS J. NORTHCOTT Class 66 Novelty Iced Cake – Juvenile – donated by MRS J. MITTELSTADT Classes 67-75

HINTS & PRESENTATION ALL ENTRIES TO BE PRESENTED TO THE STEWARDS AT THE PAVILION BEFORE 9.00 am FRIDAY BEFORE SHOW DAY. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡

If using a fan forced oven, cook at approximately 20 deg below recommended heat. Eggs should weigh approximately 2 oz. One tablespoon of syrup will replace an egg. If your butter is hard to cream, add I tablespoon boiling water, this will also help to remove “sugar spots”. Pour pikelet mixture from point of spoon to get a good shape. When making a sponge, beat egg white approximately 12 minutes. 25


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Plain sponge sandwich should be joined with jam, preferably raspberry. Use no more that 1 teaspoon butter in icing. A few drops of glycerin will make icing shiny & white and stop sweating. Orange cake should be iced with orange icing, on top only. Chocolate icing should match colour of cake. Shortbread should be a very pale straw colour. Boiled fruit cake should not to be too rich, fruit and spices should give the required colouring. Over boiling of fruit will make fruit burst and cake will be dry (2 -3 minutes boiling LVVXI¿FLHQW  Top of fruit cake should be nice and glossy, to achieve this, wet your hand and pat top of cake before cooking. Jams & Jellies should have a slightly tremulous consistency. If boiled too long, they will be stiff. Pickles should be made some time before the Show to give them time to mature.

PRESENTATION All cooking to be displayed on small white paper plates. A doily may be used. Please ensure entry cards are stapled to the paper plates, and not to the wrapping. After judging, competitors may take half the cake home.

Method

FEATURE CAKE – OPEN $10 – First Prize $5 – Second Prize

Beat Butter, sugar and vanilla essence until pale and creamy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well. Use a large PHWDOVSRRQWRIROGLQWKHÀRXUDQG sour cream in atlernate batches, until well combined.

Strawberry Swirl Cake Ingredients 150g butter, at room temperature 1 cup caster sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 2 eggs FXSVVHOIUDLVLQJÀRXU 300gm sour cream 1/2 cup strawberry jam

Pour half the mixture into a prepared 20cm round tin. Spoon over jam. Use a skewer to make a swirl pattern. Top with remaining cake mixture. Bake at 160°c for approximately 45 minutes. Ice with pale pink icing.

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JANDOWAE ANNUAL SHOW ENTRY FORM FOR ALL SECTIONS To the Secretary: Subject to the rules, by-laws and regulations of your Association, and the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies, I make the following entries for your forthcoming show.

Section

Class

Particulars of Exhibit

Entry Fee

ALL ENTRIES ARE TO GO TO THE CHIEF STEWARD OF THE SECTION. Signature of Exhibitor Name & Address in block letters Total Entry Fee $

Date

Exhibits must be in Pavilion by 9:00am 21/03/14 and must not be removed from Pavilion. Pavilion closes at 5:00pm. All exhibits will be handed to exhibitors at 5:45pm.


JANDOWAE ANNUAL SHOW ENTRY FORM FOR ALL SECTIONS To the Secretary: Subject to the rules, by-laws and regulations of your Association, and the Queensland Chamber of Agricultural Societies, I make the following entries for your forthcoming show.

Section

Class

Particulars of Exhibit

Entry Fee

ALL ENTRIES ARE TO GO TO THE CHIEF STEWARD OF THE SECTION. Signature of Exhibitor Name & Address in block letters Total Entry Fee $

Date

Exhibits must be in Pavilion by 9:00am 21/03/14 and must not be removed from Pavilion. Pavilion closes at 5:00pm. All exhibits will be handed to exhibitors at 5:45pm.


5. Culinary

FEATURE CAKE – JUVENILE $10 – First Prize $5 – Second Prize Easy Banana Cake Ingredients 125g butter 3/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla essence 1 egg 2 ripe bananas, mashed FXSVVHOIUDLVLQJÀRXU 1/4 cup milk

13. Orange Cake – bar tin – iced on top only 14. Cinnamon Tea Cake 15. Health Loaf – 1 cup bran, ž cup sugar, ž cup sultanas, 1Ÿ cups milk, ž cup chopped dried apricots, 1½ cups SR Flour. Mix bran, apricots, sultanas, sugar and Milk. Let stand for 2 hours RURYHUQLJKW6LIWÀRXUDQGDGG to soaked mixture, stirring well. Place in greased bar tin. Bake in a moderate oven for approx 1 hour. 16. Packet Cake – any variety (no icing) 17. 6SRQJH6DQGZLFK¹MDP¿OOHG¹ not iced 18. Boiled Fruit Cake – 20 cm round tin 19. Pumpkin Fruit Cake 20. Slice – Baked (6) 21. Slice – Unbaked (6) 22. Machine Made Bread 23. Any other variety cake e.g. carrot, banana, coconut etc. 24. Novelty Iced Cake

Method Melt the butter, sugar and vanilla essence in a medium sized saucepan. Remove from heat. Add mashed bananas and stir through until just blended. Add egg and mix well. Sir in ÀRXUDGGPLONDQGPL[OLJKWO\%DNHDW 170°c for approximately 40 minutes. DIVISION A Entry cards to be stapled to paper plates. Bar Tin: approximately 22cm x 8cm x 11cm 1. Plain Scones (6) 2. Pumpkin Scones (6) 3. Pikelets (6) 4. Jam Drops (6) 5. Plate of biscuits (6) two each of (3) varieties 5a. Anzac Biscuits (6) 6. D0XI¿QV¹6ZHHW   E0XI¿QV¹VDYRXU\ 

7. Gingerbread 8. Plum Pudding – Boiled in cloth 9. Plum Pudding – Steamed 10. Date Loaf 11. Small Cakes – patty tins – un-iced 12. Chocolate Cake – bar tin – iced on top only

B. JAMS AND JELLIES All jars must have a screw top which is easily removable for judging. Jars must have 2 labels - one on the lid and one on the bottle. Do not cover entire jar with labels.

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25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Lemon Butter Grape Jam Peach Jam Tomato Jam Fig Jam Apricot Jam


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51. French Jellies (6) 52. Rocky Road (6) 53. Rum Balls (6)

31. Any other variety Jam 32. Any variety Jelly 33. Any other variety Butter C. MARMALADE All jars must have a screw top which is easily removable for judging. Jars must have 2 labels – one on the lid and one on the bottle. Do not cover entire jar with labels. 34. 35. 36. 37.

JUVENILE COOKERY Must be work of exhibitor Age to be on entry card – 16 years and under or 10 years and under 54. Plain Scones (6) 55. Pikelets (6) 56. Chocolate Cake – bar tin – iced on top only 57. Small Cakes – Patty Papers – iced not decorated 58.0XI¿QV   Chocolate Choc Chip. Recipe: 90 gm butter (melted), 2½ cups S R Flour, ½ cup cocoa, ž cup caster sugar, 1 egg (lightly EHDWHQ ̓FXSVPLONóFXSV chocolate chips (save some for the top). Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add other ingredients and mix well. Spoon mixture into JUHDVHGPXI¿QWLQVDQGSODFH saved chocolate chips on top. Bake in a moderate oven (200°) for 25 minutes. Turn out to cool. 59. Packet Cake – any variety 60. Slice – unbaked (6) 61. Anzac Biscuits (6) 62. Chocolate Fudge (6) 25mm (1�) square 63. Toffees – Plain (6) – patty papers 64. Rocky Road (6) 25mm (1�) square 65. Date Loaf Recipe: 1 cup chopped dates, òFXSEURZQVXJDU ¿UPO\ packed), 2 tablespoons butter,

Sweet Orange Marmalade Grapefruit Marmalade Three Fruit Marmalade Any other variety Marmalade

D. PICKLES, CHUTNEY AND PRESERVES All jars must have a screw top which is easily removable for judging. Jars must have 2 labels – one on the lid and one on the bottle. Do not cover entire jar with labels. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46.

Mixed Pickles – Mustard Tomato Chutney Tomato Sauce – bottle not jar Tomato Relish Pickled Onions Any other variety Chutney Any other variety Relish Any variety Preserves Any variety Mayonnaise

E. CONFECTIONERY Entry cards to be stapled to paper plates. 47. Marshmallows (6) rolled in coconut 25mm (1�) square 48. Chocolate Fudge (6) 25mm (1�) square 49. Plain Toffee (6) – patty papers 50. Coconut Ice (6) 25mm (1�) square

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½ teaspoon bicarbonate soda, 200ml boiling water, 1 egg, ¾ cup S R Flour, ¾ cup Plain Flour, 1 teaspoon ground ginger. Place dates, sugar, butter and bicarb soda in a mixing bowl. Pour boiling water over and mix well. Allow to stand until almost cold. Add beaten egg. Sift dry ingredients together and add gradually to mixture. Mix well. Pour into a greased bar tin and bake in a slow to moderate oven for 40 – 50 minutes. 66. Novelty Iced Cake

Arrowroot Biscuit Year 3/4/5: Decorated Patty Cakes MEN’S COOKERY 67. Plain Scones (6) 68. Anzac Biscuits (6) 69. Date Loaf 70. Chocolate Cake Round 71. Pickles 72. Chutney/Relish 73. Pikelets (6) 74. Jam (any variety) 75. Packet Cake SPECIAL SECTION REMEMBER THE ANZACS Open - Juvenile - Men’s PRUHWKDQHQWULHVHDFKVHFWLRQ

$10 - 1st prize, $5 - 2nd prize As per class 5a - Anzac Biscuits (6) Prize money donated by JANDOWAE R.S.L.

SCHOOL COOKERY Entries to be displayed on white paper plates. Childs name to be attached. Kindergarten: Decorated Milk Arrowroot Biscuit Prep – Year 1/2: Decorated Milk

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6. HORTICULTURE All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee. No Entry Fee, No Prize Money Stewards: Mrs S. Nauschutz (4668 5104) Mrs. R. Sargent (4668 5087), Mrs W. Hill (46685213), Mrs B. McKenna (4668 5401), Mrs B. Tuppack, Mr D. Fullilove (4668 5632), Judging Time: 1.00 pm Trophies Best Native Bloom trophy donated by BROWNHALL FAMILY in memory of the late Bev Brownhall Champion Begonia donated by MRS M. DAVIS Champion Rose donated by MRS B. McKENNA Champion Dahlia donated by MRS P. RENNICK Champion Bloom Miscellaneous section donated by MRS G. IRELAND Champion Arrangement class 33-41 donated by MR & MRS J. HILL Champion Fern donated by JAN BICKERTON Champion Pot Plant donated by MOTOR & TRACTOR SERVICE Most Points classes 33-41 donated by MR N. & MRS F. SCHUMANN Classes 42-45 donated by MR M. BARLOW in memory of the late Lyn Barlow Classes 46-65 donated by MR & MRS I. & K .RUSSELL Classes 66-71 donated by MRS K. SARGENT Classes 72-75 donated by MRS S. NAUSCHUTZ Best Specimen Pot Plant open only to members of Jandowae Garden Club $15 open order donated by GREENING AUSTRALIA ‡

$OOH[KLELWVPXVWEHJURZQE\WKHFRPSHWLWRUH[FHSWĂ€RUDODUWZRUN

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Points: 1st - 3 points 2nd - 2 points. Points will be halved where a tie occurs.

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Exhibits must be in the hands of the stewards by 10.00 am Friday before Show day.

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All entries to be made at Pavilion to the Chief Steward. No late entries will be accepted.

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24. Flowering Shrub or Creeper - one specimen 25. Best Bloom - Callistemon

ROSES 1. Rose Red - 1 bloom 2. Rose Yellow - 1 bloom 3. Rose Pink - 1 bloom 4. Rose White - 1 bloom 5. 5RVHDQ\FRORXUQRWVSHFL¿HG bloom 6. Three roses - distinct colours 7. Polyanthus or Floribunda on truss 8. Miniature Rose - three blooms three separate varieties blooms no bigger than 20¢ coin any colour, in one container 9. Miniature Rose - three stems of one variety 10. Collection of miniature roses 11. Collection of roses 12. Roses bi-colour

26. Best Bloom - Eucalyptus Gum 27. Best Bloom - Grevillea 28. Best collection of Native Flowers 29. Specimen - Bulbous Bloom 30.&RQWDLQHURIÀRZHUVRQHYDULHW\ not Dahlias or Roses 31.&ROOHFWLRQRIFXWÀRZHUV not shrub - not less than four varieties 32.$Q\ÀRZHUQRWPHQWLRQHG )/25$/$57 23(1

33. Shades of Pink 34. A Dried Arrangement 35. 0DNLQJWKHPRVWRIRQHÀRZHU 36. Arrangement using Natives 37. A Three Flower Arrangement 38. Petite Width and Height between 10 - 14 cm 39. Green with Envy (Foliage) 40. Interpretive (To be named) 41. Basket arrangement (Fresh or Dried )

DAHLIAS 13. Specimen - decorative or charm dahlia 14. Specimen - cactus dahlia 15. Best three dahlias - any colour & variety 16. Specimen - Pom Pom rose dahlia 17. Collection of dahlias - no less than six

NOVICE SECTION Open to all exhibitors who have not WDNHQRXWWKUHH¿UVWSUL]HVLQWKH)ORUDO Art Section at the Jandowae Show 42. Foliage arrangement 43. Arrangement of own choice 44. Dinner by Candlelight 45. Arrangement using one colour  RQO\ YDULHW\ÀRZHUVIROLDJHPD\ be used)

MISCELLANEOUS FLOWERS 18. Specimen Carnation 19. Container Marigolds - any variety 20. Specimen Gerbera 21. Collection of Geraniums 22. Specimen Zinnia 23. Three Shrub Flowers distinct - spike blooms or truss one container

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6. Horticulture

POT & BUSH HOUSE PLANTS 46. Pot plant in bloom or bract 47. Prettiest plant in container both plant & container will be judged 48. Specimen foliage plant 49. Specimen variegated foliage plant 50. Plant growing in novelty container 51. Begonia tree or cane 52. Begonia - any other 53. Specimen Fern 54. Maiden Hair Fern 55. Specimen Hare-foot Fern 56. Hanging container fern 57. Hanging container - any variety 58. Plant - creeper or climber any variety 59. Best succulent plant & or Cactus 60. Collection of succulent and/or cactus one container 61. Potted Geranium 62. Community Plant (two or more plants growing in one pot) 63. Any other pot plant not mentioned 64. African Violet 65. Bonsai

JUVENILE SECTION: 16 years & under Flowers to be grown by exhibitor 66. Three Zinnias 67. Three Marigolds 68. Miniature arrangement under 12cm 69. Best pot plant 70. Floral Map - any state or country to be named 71. Make an animal using fruit and/or vegetables CHILDREN'S SECTION 5 - 8 years Must Be Own Work 72. Floral saucer 73. Pot plant 74. Vase of mixed grasses arranged own vase 75. Posy for the teacher

Please note: The Pavilion closes at 5:00pm show day. Stewards only will have access between 5:00pm and 5:45pm. All exhibits will be handed to their respective owner at 5:45pm.

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7. NEEDLEWORK All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee on show day Chief Steward: Mrs W. Skinner (4668 5345) Stewards: Mrs H. Cronin; Mrs D. Polzin Judging Time Friday,10.00 am (Points: 1st — 3; 2nd — 2; 3rd where applicable — 1)

Exhibitors please note: 1. Entries and exhibits will be accepted by Chief Steward in the Pavilion between 9:00 am & SP7KXUVGD\EHIRUH6KRZGD\(QWULHVFORVHDWSP 2I¿FH  2. If, in the judges’ opinion, an entry is not worthy of a prize, it will not necessarily be given one 3. All exhibits to be accompanied by an entry form 4. Entries cannot be entered into more than one class 5. No entries to be removed from the needlework section by the exhibitor 6. Needlework section closed to public and exhibitors at 5pm to 5:45pm show day to enable the Stewards to prepare exhibits for collection. Collection to be made after 5:45pm on show day. 7. All entries will be given to the exhibitors by the stewards after 5:45pm on show day. 8. All exhibits to be signed for upon collection 9. Minimum of three entries to be entered in each category before a Trophy can be awarded. 10. Limit of three entries per class by any one person.

Trophies: Most Points Open Needle Work donated by MRS D. POLZIN Novice & Open Knitting & Open Crochet donated by MRS J. MITTELSTADT 7HHQDJH \UV donated by MRS M. ATKINSON -XYHQLOH \UV cash prize donated by MRS D. POLZIN &KLOGUHQ 8QGHU\UV cash prize donated by MRS W. SKINNER Champion Articles: Open Needle Work donated by MRS M. GREENUP Novice donated by MRS S. WALPOLE Open Knitting donated by MRS L. KROG Open Crochet donated by MRS S. WALPOLE Teenage 15-18 years - donated by MRS W. SKINNER Juvenile 12-14 years - E. Schumann Memorial Trophy donated by MR & MRS N. SCHUMANN Children under 12 years - donated by MRS T. NAUSCHUTZ 33


7. Needlework

HINTS: ‡ An article in something not worn. A garment is something worn. An item can be HLWKHU$QRXW¿WLVWZRRUPRUHSLHFHVWRPDNHDVHW ‡

All cushion covers must be provided with inserts.

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$OOZRUNPXVWEHWKHERQDÂżGHZRUNRIWKHH[KLELWRUDQGPXVWKDYHEHHQFRPSOHWHG within the last two years, not to be soiled, laundered or worn, otherwise it will not be considered suitable for Show purposes.

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Exhibits cannot be entered or compete in more than one class

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All classes in wool are to be wool or substitute

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Entries in this section will not be accepted from exhibitors outside a radius of 80km of Jandowae unless exhibits are nominated through a local resident

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This must include receipt ticketing and return to exhibitor, and for the purpose of this rule, a local resident shall be deemed to be a resident within 50 km of Jandowae

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No responsibility, as regards to the above exhibits, in respect of their receipt, exhibition or subsequent dispatch, will be accepted by the Secretary or Section Steward

OPEN NEEDLEWORK 1. Table centre - coloured embroidery - hand work only 2. Duchess set - coloured embroidery - hand work only 3. Any other hand embroidery 4. Cross stitch article - not picture 5. Item featuring chenille work 6. Daintiest newborn baby frock 7. %R\VRXW¿WRUSLHFH  newborn to 2 years 8. Boy's shirt or Girls blouse 9. Girls frock — size 3 and over 10. Creative embroidery by machine any article 11. Machined Appliqued article or garment 12. Verandah Cushion 13. Purchased Towel - decorated 14. Most attractive cushion 15. Toddler's frock - size 6 months - 2

years 16. Most attractive child's playsuit or sun frock 17. Two distinct pot holders 18. Any item in check fabric 19. Afternoon tea throw over 20. Blouse hanger - fabric 21. Sewn novelty article or soft toy 22. Hand towel fabric top 23. Bolster Cushion 24. Lady's blouse or Men's shirt 25. Lady's skirt 26. Premi Quilt with embroidery approx 22� square. 27. Apron 28. Any other item - sewn - not  VSHFL¿HG 29. Tracksuit or leisure suit in stretch fabric - any size 30. *DUPHQWLQVWUHWFKIDEULFWR¿W child up to 4 years 34


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31. *DUPHQWLQVWUHWFKIDEULFWR多W child over 4 years 32. Garment or set of sleep wear or under wear - any size 33. Any other item not previously mentioned by person over 60 years. 34. Any needlework not previously mentioned by person over 80 years 35. Table runner must include embroidery 35a. Article featuring lace

OPEN CROCHET 54. Childs headwear or booties 55. Hand towel - crochet top 56. Table centre - coarse work (30 cotton or under) 57. 7DEOHFHQWUH多QHZRUN FRWWRQ or over) 58. Duchess set 59. 2 crochet doilys - distinct and mounted. Under 30 cm in diameter 60. Crocheted toy 61. Handkerchief with a crochet edge or corner 62. Crochet Garment 63. Table centre - linen centre crochet edge 64. Face washer - crochet edge 65a. Knee rug - crochet up to 40 inches 65b. Knee rug - crochet over 40 inches. 66. Crochet coat hanger 67. Any other article in crochet wool not previously mentioned 68. Any other article in crochet cotton not previously mentioned 69. Article in crochet cotton not previously mentioned by person over 60 years 70. Article in crochet not previously mentioned by person over 80 years 71. Article in wool crochet not previously mentioned by person over 60 years 72. Article in wool crochet not previously mentioned by person over 80 years

NOVICE 36. Knitted Item 37. Crocheted Item 38. Sewing Item 39. Any Other Item not mentioned OPEN KNITTING All hand knitting unless otherwise VSHFL多HG 40. Adults pullover/cardigan in thick wool 41.$GXOWVSXOORYHUJDUPHQWLQ多QHSO\ (up to 5 ply) 42. Child's garment up to 5ply 43. Child's garment in thick wool 44. Pram cover 45. Infants head wear or booties 46. Knitted scarf or adult beanie 47. Any other knitted article not previously mentioned 48. Knitted rug 49. Knitted knee rug up to 40 inches square 50. Knitted coat hanger - trim allowed 51. Article not previously mentioned knitted by a person over 60 years 52. Article not previously mentioned knitted by a person over 80 years 53. Knitted toy

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TEENAGE 15 - 18 years 73. Any article featuring hand embroidery 74. Any sewn article 75. Article in knitting 76. Cushion - any type - made up 77. Sewn novelty article or soft toy 78. Daintiest coat hanger 79. Garment in stretch fabric 80. Hand towel or face cloth - with trim 81. Any other sewn article not  VSHFL多HG

86. Covered coat hanger 87. Sewn novelty article or soft toy 88. Best dressed doll - clothing homemade 89. Garment in stretch material 90. Hand towel or face cloth - with trim 91. Any other article not mentioned CHILDREN UNDER 12 years 92. New unwashed T-shirt, decorated transfer may be used 93. Any article featuring hand embroidery 94. Machine or hand sewn article 95. Covered coat hanger 96. Sewn novelty article or soft toy 97. Hand towel or face cloth - with trim 98. Any other article not mentioned

JUVENILE 12 - 14 years 82. Purchased T-shirt, decorated transfer may be used 83. Article in crochet or knitting 84. Any article featuring hand embroidery 85. Machine sewn article

$1000

Lucky Gate Prize at the

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8. HANDICRAFTS All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee on the day of the Show. No Entry Fee — No Prize Money Chief Steward: Pam Wood (4668 5420) Stewards: Doreen Beard, Mary Blinco, Carol Cann & Mary Cronholm Judging Time: Friday, 10.00 am (Points: 1st — 3; 2nd — 2)

Exhibitors please note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10.

Entries and exhibits will be accepted by Chief Steward in the Pavilion between 9:00 am & SP7KXUVGD\EHIRUH6KRZGD\(QWULHVFORVHSP 2I¿FH

If, in the judges’ opinion, an entry is not worthy of a prize, it will not necessarily be given one All exhibits to be accompanied by an entry form Entries cannot be entered into more than one class No entries to be removed from the handicraft section by the exhibitor Handicraft section closed to public and exhibitors at 5pm to 5:45pm show day to enable the Stewards to prepare exhibits for collection. Collection to be made after 5:45pm on show day. All entries will be given to the exhibitors by the stewards after 5:45pm on show day. All exhibits to be signed for upon collection Minimum of three entries to be entered in each category before a Trophy can be awarded. Limit of three entries per class by any one person.

TROPHIES: Champion Piece of Handicraft in classes 1- 47 donated by THE GREENUP FAMILY, to be known as the Mrs H Greenup Memorial Trophy. Best Framed Picture classes 3-8 donated by MRS L. KROG Most Points in classes 1 - 47 donated by JANDOWAE COTTAGE CRAFTS GROUP INC. Best Article Classes 1-32 donated by MRS L. KROG Best Article of Patchwork Classes 38-47 donated by JANDOWAE COTTAGE CRAFTS GROUP INC. Champion Article Classes 48-83 donated by MRS S. WILSON $5 Donated for the best article in classes 48-52 donated by MRS B. MCKENNA $5 Donated for the best article classes 53-57 and 58-66 by MRS P. WOOD $5 Donated for the best article classes 67-75 by MRS M. BLINCO $5 Donated for the best article classes 76-83 by MRS M. ATKINSON $10 Donated for the most points classes 48-83 by JINGHI VALLEY QCWA $50 Voucher donated by Rose Quilting, Meringindan, for champion quilt classes 33-37 37


8. Handicrafts

HANDICRAFTS 1. Leather article, not a whip 2. A Leather, hand-made whip 3. Tapestry— gros point— framed, ¿QHWRXFKHVLQRWKHUWKUHDGV allowed 4. Long Stitch — framed ¿QHWRXFKHVLQRWKHUWKUHDGV  allowed 5. Any other article in canvass work 6. Counted cross stitch picture up to A4 size, framed. 7. Counted Cross Stitch picture, large, framed. 8. Picture, any other medium, framed 9. Hand made card 10. Scrap booking - one page - baby or child/children 11. Scrap booking - one page wedding or other celebration 12. Scrapbooking - one page holidays 13. Scrapbooking - one page landscapes or seascapes 14. Scrapbooking - one page - any other subject 15. Stitchery (eg. redwork) 16. Handbag 17. Baby Bag 18. Any other bag (eg. library, shopping) as its’ 18a.Any small article with main feature. 19. Any article featuring candlewicking 20. Any article featuring ribbon embroidery, wool embroidery, crewel embroidery or brazilian embroidery. 21. Hardanger

22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Sashiko Casserole carrier Any article of jewellery A small gift suitable for Christmas A small gift suitable for a baby Folk art, any article Dressed doll or toy, clothes only to be judged 29. Pincushion or needlecase 30. Any article by a person over 60 years of age 31. Any article by a person over 70 years of age 32. Any article by a person over 80 years of age

Patchwork & Quilting 33. Quilt - commercially quilted - up to 60” square 34. Quilt - commercially quilted by the exhibitor - up to 60” square. 35. Large quilt - commercially quilted. 36. Large quilt - quilted by the exhibitor. 37. Patchwork pram or cot quilt 38. Wall hanging (up to 30” square) 39. Patchwork premmie quilt (up to 24” square) 40. Patchwork clothing, any article 41. Patchwork cushion 42. Any article featuring naïve appliqué (not a quilt) 43. Log cabin patchwork 44. Any article of patchwork suitable for use in the kitchen 45. Patchwork bag 46. Patchwork table runner 47. Any article of patchwork not already mentioned 38


8. Handicrafts

47a. Leukaemia Quilt - Any medium up to 42� square. Margarat Wilson Memorial Perpetual Trophy. Donanted by COORANGA NORTH QCWA

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Lego creation own design Scrap booking (1 page) Any other article

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48. Handmade card 49. Scrap Booking (1 page) 50. Any item of jewellery 51. Any sewn article 51a. Any article of patchwork 52. Any Article not mentioned -XYHQLOH \HDUV

53. Handmade card 54. Any item of jewellery 55. Scrap Booking (1 page) 56. Any Sewn article 56a. Any article of patchwork 57. Any article not mentioned

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76. Decorated pet rock 77. Decorated Box 78. Lego creation 79. Fridge magnet 80. Christmas Decoration 81. Handmade card 82. Decorated A4 page 83. Any other article

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58. Fridge magnet 59. Bookmark 60. Hand made card 61. Christmas decoration 62. Any item of jewellery 63. Lego creation (as per instructions)

NB All lego creations to be brought in on a tray or board for easy displaying. Thank you.

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9. WOODWORK No Entry Fee—No Prize Money. All exhibitors will pay the gate entrance fee. Stewards: Ross and Heather Gersekowski (4668 5640) Judging Time 10.00 am Friday. Entries close 5:00pm Thursday. TROPHIES: Most Points In Section Under-18 Trophy donated by MR AND MRS R. POLZIN Champion Article Under-18 donated by MARY & GARY BLINCO Best Individual Piece Classes 1-3 donated by MRS MARY BLINCO Classes 4-5 donated by MRS PAM WOOD Classes 6-9 donated by GERSEKOWSKI KITCHENS Classes 10-13 donated by MR RAY POLZIN Classes 14-18 donated by BUTTERS WAREHOUSE

:22'7851,1* 8QGHU\HDUV  10. Bowl 11. Any other article 12. Lamp Base 13. Candle Base

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1. Tray 2. Creative art wood 3. Any other article 4. Bench Protector 5. Pot Stand

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14. Fine, tricky work 15. Potpourri Bowl 16. Platter 17. Bowl Only 18. Any Other Article

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6. Furniture Assemble – Timber 7. Use of Manufactured Board 8. Creative Art Wood 9. Any Other Article

9A METALWORK Best individual Piece Class 1 donated by R & H GERSEKOWSKI 1. Any metal work article by student (school or TAFE student)

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10. FINE ARTS Chief Steward: Mrs Maree Cameron (4668 6125) Steward: Mr Rob Brazier(4668 5568) Rosemary Brazier (4668 5676) Trophies: Champion Painting of Show $200 donated by WESTERN DOWNS REGIONAL COUNCIL Sash donated by JANDOWAE AND DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY $50 Framing donated by MR COL BINDING, Chinchilla (must be taken up within 12 months) Best Oil or Acrylic Painting, over all classes, donated by MR & MRS G. & V. SULLIVAN Best Water Colour or Gouache, over all classes, donated by MR & MRS B. & T. TANNER Best Drawing donated by MRS J. MARTIN Best Exhibit in Novice Section donated by MARIAN, ROB & FIONA DUFF Encouragement Award donated by MRS MAREE CAMERON Best Exhibit in Teenage Section donated by JANDOWAE NEWSAGENCY %HVW([KLELWLQ6XE7HHQ \UV 6HFWLRQ a Memorial Trophy in Memory of MRS M. MARTIN Best Exhibit Under 10 Years donated by MS ROSEMARY BRAZIER Novice Portrait Prize Money donated by MRS MAREE CAMERON Most Points Sash donated by JANDOWAE AND DISTRICT SHOW SOCIETY — Peoples' Choice poll will be held. Conditions: ‡

CHAMPION PAINTING: will be judged from the winners of all sections, except Special Section. Sale entries may be priced for sale — 15% to the Show Society. Chief Steward to make the sale.

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ENTRIES DEADLINE: 12:00 noon WEDNESDAY before the Show. Entries after this time will incur a $2 penalty.

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ENTRIES: Maximum of two entries per person, per section.

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FRAMING: Exhibits must be properly framed and able to be hung safely. "D" hooks are essential. Stewards reserve the right to reject exhibits considered unsafe.

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10. Fine Arts

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EXHIBITS must be labelled on the back with Artist's name, address and phone number; Title of works, Medium of artwork; Class being entered and Sale price or "Not for Sale". The Show ticket is to be attached to the front of the artwork.

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SIZE LIMIT: Maximum 100cm x 100cm.

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AGE: Artwork to be no more than two (2) years old.

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EXHIBITOR: Each exhibit must be the original work of the exhibitor. The exhibits must NOT have been awarded a prize at a previous Jandowae Show. NB: Original work means that the entry must not be copied, however the committee is not responsible for establishing authenticity.

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Wet Paint Work: will NOT be accepted.

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NOVICE SECTION: an artist ceases to be eligible to enter this section after winning D¿UVWSUL]HDQ\ZKHUH

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All reasonable care will be taken with each exhibit but works shall at all times be at the risk of the entrant. No responsibility can be accepted for loss or damage to the exhibit.

THEME OF THE YEAR

Leather Boots and Lace Entry Fee $5 1st Prize $200 Donated by ERGON ENERGY Sash Donated by JANDOWAE & DISTRICT SHOW 2nd Prize $20 Donated by MRS SHIRLEY WALPOLE OTHER SECTIONS ADULT Entry Fee $4 1st Prize $8 2nd Prize $3 Teenage and Sub-Teen entry fees 50c 1st Prize $2; 2nd Prize $1 OIL OR ACRYLICS 1. Landscape or Seascape 2. Any Other Subject

PASTELS 5. Landscape or Seascape 6. Any Other Subject

WATER COLOUR OR GOUACHE 3. Landscape or Seascape 4. Any Other Subject

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10. Fine Arts

PORTRAIT 9. Any medium 10. Animal or bird

16. Portrait, any medium SCULPTURE 17. Any medium

COLLAGE 11. Any medium

TEENAGE 18. 13-17 years — Traditional 19. 13-17 years — Modern 20a. Wearable Art

ABSTRACT 12. Any medium CONTEMPORARY 13. Any medium

SUB-TEEN 20b. 10-12 years —traditional 21. 10-12 years— modern 22. Under 10 years — Traditional 23. Under 10 years — Modern

NOVICE 14. Black & White, any medium, any subject 15. Coloured , any medium, any subject

We express our sincere thanks to ALL Sponsors, Workers and Exhibitors, with special mention of: Mr Col Binding Ms Rosemary Brazier Mr Rob Brazier Mrs Maree Cameron Mrs Marian Duff Mr & Mrs Rob & Fiona Duff Mrs Jocelyn Martin Mr & Mrs Geoff & Vicki Sullivan Mr & Mrs B Tanner Mrs Shirley Walpole Jandowae & District Show Society Jandowae Newsagency The donor of the Trophy in memory of Mrs Margot Martin The Night Watchmen Ergon Energy Western Downs Regional Council

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11. PHOTOGRAPHY ,QFOXGLQJERWKÂżOPDQGGLJLWDOSKRWRV

No Entry Fee —but Prize Money Chief Steward: Mr George Sturgess (0428 157 566) Steward: Nancy Evans (4668 5048) Judging Time Thursday. Entries close Midday Wednesday 19th March Trophies: Best Black & White Print and Best Colour Print donated by JANDOWAE PHARMACY Best Juvenile Print Ages: Under 13 donated by MR & MRS D CRONIN Ages: 13-17 donated by MS N EVANS Champion Photograph chosen from all exhibits, donated by Mr BRUCE SCOTT MP Conditions: ‡ Photos to be placed in manilla folder with name, address and names of entries in selected sections on front of folder ‡ Entry Form must be attached to bottom front ‡ Work to be that of the exhibitor within two years previous to the date of the Show. ‡ Any class that has one or two entries only, the awarding of prizes is left to the discretion of the judge, according to the standard of work ‡ All entries previously admitted are not eligible for future entry ‡ Name & address of exhibitor must appear on the reverse side of all prints ‡ All prints are to be mounted, preferably on light weight black cardboard using double-sided tape ‡ Mounts are not to exceed print size by more than one inch (25mm), due to limited space ‡ Prints must be mounted individually and not as a group of photographs ‡ Prints in frames will not be accepted as entries ‡ Photographs may be cropped ‡ All photos larger than 5" x 7" will be classed as enlargements ‡ Entries close midday last Wednesday before Show day ‡ Limit of 3 entries per class by any one person ‡ Enhanced Photo only – This is a new class. This class requires two 6x4â€? photos mounted on card no larger than A4 card with at least a 1â€? space between the photos. The photo on the left (portrait) or the top (landscape) must be the “before enhancementâ€? photo, ie as taken and without any editing or photoshoping. This includes the full scene if the edited photo is zoomed in. The photo on the right (portrait) or bottom (landscape) must be the “after enhancementâ€? photo. Enhancements may be as simple as adjusting FRORXU DQG FRQWUDVW WR DGGLQJ IUDPHV Ă€DUHV DQG DQ\ RWKHU DUWLVWLF HQKDQFHPHQWV GHVLUHG7KLVFODVVZLOOEHMXGJHGRQWKHÂżQDOHIIHFWDQGRYHUDOOHQKDQFHGFRPSRVLWLRQ 44


11. Photography

19. Funny Photos (animals/people/action) 20. Enhanced Photo (New class - see Conditions)

BLACK & WHITE 1. People - as in close up 2. People - engaged in activity 3. Pictorial - any subject 4. Pet study 5. Enlargement

JUVENILE Ages Under 13 or 13-17 0XVWEHWKHERQD¿GHZRUNRIWKH exhibitor

COLOUR PRINTS 6. People - as in close up 7. People - engaged in some activity 8. Landscape 9. Seascape 10. Sunset or sunrise. 11. Animal or Bird life 12. Action - must show some movement 13.)ORZHURUÀRZHUV 14. Celebration scene 15. Agricultural scene 16. Jandowae Photo 17. Any other subject 18. Enlargement

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

My Pet/Animal Life Picnic or Holiday Best Farm/Agricultural/Nature Portrait - Close Up Action - Showing Movement Family/Friends Funny Photo (Animals/People/Action) Landscape Any other Subject

12. EDUCATION Steward: Prep. – Year 10, Mrs. H. Gersekowski. * SCHOOL WORK IS FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY * ALL DISPLAYS MUST BE IN PLACE WITHIN THE DESIGNATED AREAS IN THE PAVILION BY THURSDAY EVENING BEFORE SHOW

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QCWA BRANCH EXHIBITS No Entry Fee – No Prize Money 2014 QCWA Show Display Theme for 8 Articles

“Lovely in Lace� First prize: A Rose Bowl donated by the late MR G A GREENUP MBE, known as the Mrs H Greenup Memorial Trophy, for the branch gaining the highest aggregate of marks for the 8 articles, plus marks for display. A trophy for the most original article donated by MRS BERYL McKENNA A trophy for the display with the best overall visual effect donated by MRS SUE WILSON A Trophy for the champion Article donated by MRS SUE WILSON.

The inter-district Q.C.W.A competition is designed to illustrate the many varieties of handicraft. Entries are invited from any branch, with the competition display to comprise 8 articles. ‡

The articles will be judged 10.00 am on the Friday before Show day.

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Articles previously exhibited must be marked PE, failure to do so will incur a penalty of one (1) point per article

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Articles must be the work of the exhibitor, and articles can only be shown twice.

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Articles to be judged before they are put on display

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Points allocated will be out of a maximum of ten (10) for article, forty (40) for overall display and ten (10) for labeling

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Judges will judge articles with only the steward present. No other person will be present

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Overall effect of display to be judged last. Backdrops and props are to be assembled before or while the articles are being judged

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Judging will take place in the Pavilion and then will be placed in respective displays. Score sheets will be available on the day of judging

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No more than two (2) articles of any one craft, needlework (machine sewing and machine HPEURLGHU\SHUPLVVLEOH YDULRXVKDQGLFUDIWVÂżQHDUWVSKRWRJUDSK\FXOLQDU\Ă€RUDODUW GU\RU fresh)

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The articles are to be displayed to represent a theme chosen for each year. Name of the theme to be attached to the display

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Lists of points to be displayed on each article after judging for patrons to view name of branch. 46


QCWA

QCWA COOKERY: Perpetual Trophy for Most Points 1. Chocolate Cake 2. Cinnamon Tea Cake 3. Date Loaf 4. Ginger Slice 5. Anzac Biscuits 5. Marmalade

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Miss Showgirl

Miss Showgirl Dinner Miss Showgirl, Junior Showgirl, Junior Princess, Junior Minor Princess

15th February, 2014 Jandowae Golf Club Family Adult High School Children Primary Children

$40.00 $15.00 $10.00 $ 5.00

RSVP: Mrs Sue Wilson 4668 5110

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MEMBERS MEMBERS FOR 2012-2013 Atkinson Mr & Mrs P Bach Mrs J Bach Miss Kim Baker Mrs S Balston Dr & Mrs T Bartlett Mr & Mrs T Baskerville Mr & Mrs J Baskerville Mr T Bassingthwaighte Mrs D Bassingthwaighte Mr & Mrs R Beard Mrs D Bickerton Ms J Bidstrup Mr & Mrs W Bird Mrs H Blinco Mr & Mrs D Bowman Mr & Mrs R Bradley Mrs E Brownhall Mr & Mrs B Brownhall Mr & Mrs K Cameron Mr and Mrs J Chiverton Mr & Mrs R Cronin Mr & Mrs D Duff Mrs M Duff Mr & Mrs R Evans Ms N Franz Mr & Mrs N Fullelove Mr D Gall Mr & Mrs I Gall Mr M Gall Mr & Mrs J Gersekowski Mr & Mrs R Gordon Mr & Mrs K Gowlett Mr & Mrs G Gowlett Mrs J Green Mr & Mrs M Greenup Mr & Mrs D Harth Mr & Mrs B Haselwood Mr & Mrs J Hill Mr & Mrs J Ireland Mr & Mrs P Jeitz Mrs C Jensen Mr G Jensen Mr & Mrs P Loechel Mr & Mrs K McKenna Miss A

McKenna Mrs B McKenna Mr & Mrs S McLoughlin Mr & Mrs N Martin Mr & Mrs L Mittelstadt Mr & Mrs L Morrissey Mr & Mrs S Murray Mrs B Nauschutz Mr & Mrs A Nauschutz Mrs E Nauschutz Miss J Nauschutz Mrs T Nelson Mr & Mrs C Pharoah Mrs L Pain Mrs G Pain Mr S Pain Mr T Pedler Miss K Plant Mrs E Poetschka Mr & Mrs D Polzin Mr & Mrs R Rasmussen Mr & Mrs I Rawlinson Mr & Mrs G Rennick Mr & Mrs M Russell Mr & Mrs I Sargent Mr & Mrs K Scarfe Mr P Schrag Mr & Mrs J Schultz Mrs D Schumann Mrs F Skinner Mrs W Smerdon Mrs C Storey Mr B Sturgess Mr G Sullivan Mr & Mrs G Thies Mrs V Tanner Mr & Mrs S Thomas Mr B Wassell Miss C Wassell Mr & Mrs I Wilson Mr E Wilson Mr & Mrs P Wilson Mr R Wood Mr & Mrs B Wood Mr & Mrs W Woods Mr & Mrs R 50


MEMBERS HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS Mr C Binding Mr & Mrs A Lane

Mrs M Poulsen

LIFE MEMBERS Mrs V Aitkens Mr I & Mrs K Grundy Mr R A Nauschutz Mr G Greenup Mr K & Mrs L Krog

Mrs A Doherty Mr N Schumann Mr L E Marsden Mrs H J Wyndham

7KH-DQGRZDH6KRZ([HFXWLYH&RPPLWWHHWKDQNPHPEHUVZKRKDYHJLYHQ多QDQFLDO support, and acknowldege the huge contribution that all stewards and volunteers provide for our annual Show.

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SHOW DATES FOR 2014 STANTHORPE

31 Jan -1 February

ALLORA

7 - 8 February

CLIFTON

14 - 16 February

KILLARNEY

21 - 22 February

COOYAR

22 February

BELL

1 - 2 March

MILLMERRAN

1 March

PITTSWORTH

7 - 8 March

TARA

8 March

INGLEWOOD

14 - 15 March

OAKEY

15 March

WARWICK

21 - 23 March

JANDOWAE

22 March

TOOWOOMBA R A S Q

27 - 29 March

GOOMBUNGEE – HADEN

5 April

DALBY

11 - 12 April

GOONDIWINDI

2 - 3 May

CROWS NEST

10 May

TEXAS

26 - 27 July

RNA Royal Queensland Show

7 - 16 August

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Jandowae Show 2014  

Program and Schedule of the 66th Annual Jandowae & District Show to be held on 22nd March 2014