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    Cape Fear Fair And Expo                                                   New Revised Premium Book
      Agricultural Exhibits                                                   NEW RULES - Please Read
   Once again this year the Cape Fear Fair & Expo (October
30 - November 8) will feature educational as well as individual
exhibits inside the Agricultural Exhibit Tent. The educational
booths can be reserved by any formally organized nonprofit club                   Rules and Regulations
or group who wants to prepare an exhibit for the fair.                   1.  The Fair Management reserves the right to rule on all matters
   Individual exhibits are open to the residents of New Hanover,             not covered in these regulations.
Pender and Brunswick counties. Items that can be entered                 2. Entries in this fair are open to residents of New Hanover, Pender
include: field crops, horticultural crops, culinary, clothing, needle-       and Brunswick counties only, in either open competition, adult
work, arts and crafts, youth and vocational entries. The items               competition or student competition.
must have been made during this year and all exhibits should be          3. Each exhibitor is responsible for proper delivery and registering
taken to the fair grounds according to the following schedule:               of exhibits.
                                                                         4. Booth exhibitors are responsible for proper delivery and placing
               Schedule of Entries:                                          of exhibits on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 28 and 29, from
                         Agricultural Tent                                   noon until 7:00 p.m. Judging on these booths will take place on
                   Monday, October 27; 6-9 p.m.                              Friday, Oct. 31, at 9:00 a.m.
                   Tuesday, October 28; 6-9 p.m.                         5. Exhibits not correctly entered will be disqualified for prizes.
                                                                         6. The decision of the judges will be final in all matters concerning
                  Wednesday, October 29; 6-9 p.m.
                                                                             the order of placing exhibits for prizes.
                 Special Entries Schedule                                7. The management will provide what it considers reasonable pre-
                                                                             cautions, but will not be responsible for the welfare of any exhib-
                       Baked Goods Entries*                                  it entered in the fair.
                  Saturday, November 1; 9-11 a.m.                        8. Exhibits or parts of exhibits not removed by 2:00 p.m. on
                        Cut Flowers Entries*                                 Sunday, Nov. 9, will be disposed of by the fair management in
                  Saturday, November 1; 9-11 a.m.                            the manner that seems most convenient to them. Exhibits must
                                                                             be picked up from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 9.
            JUDGING STARTS PROMPTLY AT 11 A.M.                           9. Prizes will be distributed when exhibits are picked up. No
   *These entries will be accepted in a designated place at the              charges for transportation to or from the fair will be paid by
front entrance to the Fair.                                                  the management.
   Each exhibitor is responsible for picking up his entries on           10. No article will be entitled to space until proper entry has been
Sunday, Nov. 4, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. All entries not              made and it is prepared for entry as listed in the specific
picked up by 2:00 p.m will become property of the CFF&E.                     Divisions in this book.
No exceptions. For booth reservations or premium listings call           11. The management reserves the right to reject any entry provided
the Cape Fear Fair & Expo at 313-1234.                                       all available space for that class of exhibit has been exhausted.
Website: www.capefearfair.com                                            12. The management reserves the right to limit the quantity of entries
                                                                             in the same division or same department.




                             Judges and Judging of Exhibits
The management will select judges for each class whom they               DIVISION III.    ENTOMOLOGY
consider capable and fair. The written report must be made by            Dept. A.         Extracted Honey
the judges of each class before winners are announced. No                       B.        Products
rules for judges will be issued to the judges by the fair manage-               C.        Plants
ment. In the event the judge decides a winning exhibit is not
worthy of a first prize, it will be given the prize designated by        DIVISION IV. EDUCATIONAL
the judge.                                                                            BOOTHS
Department Index                                                         DIVISION V.      PROGRAM
Division I.    Agriculture                                                                FEATURES AND
Dept. A.       Field Crops                                                                SPECIAL EXHIBITS
        B.     Vegetables                                                Dept.   A.       Pirate Flag
        C.     Fruits and Nuts                                                            Making Contest
        D.     Foliage and Flowering Plants
        Db.    Christmas Trees                                           DIVISION VI.     LIVESTOCK
                                                                         Dept. A.         Beef cattle
DIVISION II.   HOME ECONOMICS                                                   B.        Dairy cattle
Dept. E.       Culinary                                                         C.        Swine
       F.      Clothing                                                         D.        Horses
       G.      Needlework                                                       E.        Fowl
       H.      Arts and Crafts                                                  F.        Sheep
       I.      Paintings                                                        G.        Rabbits
       J.      Photography                                                      H.        Goats

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                DIVISION I AGRICULTURE
There may be no more than two entries by the same person in the same
Division/Category. Youth entries will be accepted in all categories and
need to be marked “Y” for the category entered. Ex. A-1-Y Field Corn.
Score Card
Condition .......................................................................................30 Points
Uniformity ......................................................................................25 Points
Color and Finish ............................................................................15 Points
Size................................................................................................15 Points
Trueness to Variety Form..............................................................15 Points
Total .............................................................................................100 Points


Department A Field Crops
                                                                                        1st 2nd 3rd
A-l          Field Corn, best 5 ears
             any variety                                                                $5       $3      $2
A-2          Wheat, one quart, any variety                                               5        3       2
A-3          Oats, one quart, any variety                                                5        3       2
A-4          Barley, one quart, any variety                                              5        3       2     B-22     Hot Peppers-Red (plate of 5)                            5     3     2
A-5          Rye, one quart, any variety                                                 5        3       2     B-23     Banana Pepper (plate of 5)                              5     3     2
A-6          Soybeans, one quart, any variety                                            5        3       2     B-24     Jalapeno (plate of 5)                                   5     3     2
A-7          Cotton                                                                      5        3       2     B-24A    Pepper-Most Unusual                                     5     3     2
A-8          Tobacco, best in leaf (1 lb)                                                8        4       2     B-25     Eggplant (plate of 3)                                   5     3     2
A-9          Pasture and Forage                                                          8        4       2     B-26     Tomatoes-Small Salad Cherry (plate of 10)               5     3     2
A-10         Sugar Cane                                                                  5        3       2     B-27     Tomatoes-Slicing (plate of 5)                           5     3     2
A-11         Sunflower - best head                                                      $8       $4      $2     B-28     Tomatoes-Green (plate of 5)                             5     3     2
A-12         Sunflower - largest face                                                    8        4       2     B-29     Carrots (plate of 5)                                    5     3     2
A-l 3        Any other                                                                   8        4       2     B-30     Green Lima Beans (plate of 20 pods)                     5     3     2
                                                                                                                B-31     Dried Lima Beans (plate of 20 pods shelled)             5     3     2
                                                                                                                B-32     Green String Beans (plate of 12)                        5     3     2
Department B Vegetables                                                                                         B-33     Green Field Peas (plate of 12 pods)                     5     3     2
                                                                                        1st 2nd 3rd             B-34     Dried Field Peas (plate of 12 pods shelled)             5     3     2
B-1          Irish Potatoes-White (plate of 5)                                          $5 $3 $2                B-35     Okra (plate of 5)                                       5     3     2
B-2          Irish Potatoes-Red (plate of 5)                                             5    3   2             B-36     Melon-Best                                              5     3     2
B-3          Sweet Potato-Largest                                                        5    3   2             B-37     Watermelon-Best                                         5     3     2
B4A          Sweet Potatoes-Any Variety (plate of 5)                                     5    3   2             B-38     Watermelon-Largest                                      5     3     2
B4B          Sweet Potatoes White-Any Variety (plate of 5)                               5    3   2             B-39     Pumpkin-Best                                           $5    $3    $2
B-5          Cabbage-Best Head                                                           5    3   2             B-40     Pumpkin-Largest                                         5     3     2
B-6          Cabbage-Largest                                                             5    3   2             B-41     Herbs                                                   5     3     2
B-7          Collard-Best                                                                5    3   2             B-42     Radish (plate of 5)                                     5     3     2
B-8          Collard-Largest Leaf                                                        5    3   2             B-43     Brussel Sprouts-Best Head                               5     3     2
B-9          Cucumber-Pickling (plate of 5)                                              5    3   2             B-44     Indian Corn-Best of 3 ears                              5     3     2
B-10         Onions-Yellow (plate of 5)                                                  5    3   2             B-45     Best Decorative Display (Single Item)                   5     3     2
B-11         Onions-White (plate of 5)                                                   5    3   2             B-46     Gourds-Ornamental (plate of 5)                          5     3     2
B-11A        Onions-Red (plate of 5)                                                     5    3   2             B-47     Gourds-lndividual (Single Display, Any Variety)         5     3     2
B-12         Turnips (plate of 5)                                                        5    3   2             B-48     Gourds-Kershaw                                          5     3     2
B-13         Summer Squash-Yellow (plate of 5)                                           5    3   2             B-49     Turnip Greens                                           5     3     2
B-14         Zucchini (plate of 3)                                                       5    3   2             B-51     Scallions (5)                                           5     3     2
B-15         Acorn Squash (plate of 3)                                                   5    3   2             B-52     Garlic (plate of 5)                                     5     3     2
B-16         Butternut Squash (plate of 3)                                               5    3   2
B-17         Squash Any other Variety                                                    5    3   2
B-18         Squash-Most unusual (Size, shape or color)                                  5    3   2             Edible Garden Center
B-19         Sweet Peppers-Green (plate of 5)                                            5    3   2             This exhibit is designed to promote the production of a wide variety of
B-20         Sweet Peppers-Red (plate of 5)                                              5    3   2             vegetables that can be grown in family gardens and to create an attrac-
B-21         Hot Peppers-Green (plate of 5)                                              5    3   2             tive display of vegetables grown as an arrangement.
                                                                                                                1. All vegetables exhibited must be grown by exhibitor. Any evidence of veg-
                                                                                                                    etables shown other than those grown by exhibitor will disqualify display.
                                                                                                                2. A minimum of 3 different vegetables is required for entering this dis-
                                                                                                                    play. At least 6 vegetables must be exhibited.
                                                                                                                3. Different varieties of a single vegetable may be shown but will not
                                                                                                                    count toward the minimum requirement of 3 different vegetables.
                                                                                                                4. Quality as well as number of vegetables will be considered in select-
                                                                                                                    ing winning display.
                                                                                                                5. All vegetables must be exhibited in a basket or floral arrangement
                                                                                                                    container.
                                                                                                                6. Other non vegetable plant materials may be used as fillers for the
                                                                                                                    overall design.
                                                                                                                7. No artificial produce allowed entry will be disqualified.
                                                                                                                B-50    Edible Garden centerpiece for table                   $16 $12       $8


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                                                                               D-16     Impatiens                                             5     3    2
                                                                               D-17     Geraniums                                             5     3    2
                                                                               D-18     Most Unusual Flowering Plant                          5     3    2
                                                                               D-19     Most Unusual Foliage Plant                            5     3    2
                                                                               D-20     Any Other Flowering Plants                            5     3    2
                                                                               D-21     Any Other Variety Foliage                             5     3    2
                                                                               Department DA Specimen Cut Flowers
                                                                               Judging will be on flowers, not on containers. Flowers must be exhibited
                                                                               in unbreakable cans covered with aluminum foil. No Exceptions. All dis-
                                                                               plays become property of fair.
                                                                                                                                          1st 2nd 3rd
                                                                               DA-l     Best Cut Marigold (One Stem)                      $5 $3 $2
                                                                               DA-2     Best Cut Zinnia (One Stem)                          5    3     2
                                                                               DA-3     Best Cut Chrysanthemum (One Stem)                   5    3     2
                                                                               DA-4     Best Cut Celosia—Feathered                          5    3     2
                                                                               DA-5     Best Cut Celosia—Cocks Comb                         5    3     2
                                                                               DA-6     Single Flower (3 blooms-one variety)                5    3     2
                                                                               DA-7     Double Flowers (3 blooms-one variety)               5    3     2
                                                                               DA-8     Salvia (l Stem)                                     5    3     2
                                                                               DA-9     Dahlia (l Stem)                                     5    3     2
                                                                               DA-10 Daisy—Gerbera                                          5    3     2
Department C Fruits and Nuts                                 1st 2nd 3rd       DA-11 Daisy—Any Other Variety                                5    3     2
C-1      Apples (plate of 5, Any variety)                    $5 $3 $2          DA-12 Orchids                                                5    3     2
C-1A     Apples (largest)                                     5    3   2       DA-13 Roses—Red                                              5    3     2
C-2      Pears (plate of 5, Any variety)                      5    3   2       DA-14 Roses—White                                            5    3     2
C-2A     Pears (largest)                                      5    3   2       DA-15 Roses—Yellow                                           5    3     2
C-3      Blueberries (Any variety-pint)                       5    3   2       DA-16 Roses—Pink                                             5    3     2
C-4      Grapes (1 Bunch)                                     5    3   2       DA-17 Roses—Any Other Color                                  5    3     2
C-5      Muscadine (pint basket-white)                        5    3   2       DA-18 Roses—Miniature                                        5    3     2
C-6      Muscadine (pint basket-black)                        5    3   2       DA-19 Impatiens (Single Bloom-1 Stem)                        5    3     2
C-7      Persimmons-Japanese (plate of 5)                     5    3   2       DA-20 Impatiens (Double Bloom-1 Stem)                        5    3     2
C-8      Persimmons-American (plate of 6)                     5    3   2       DA-21 Berried (1 Stem)                                       5    3     2
C-9      Figs-(pint basket-Any Variety)                       5    3   2       DA-22 Fresh Flower Arrangement (1 or More)                   5    3     2
C-10     Pecans-(pint basket-Any Variety)                     5    3   2       DA-23 Dried Flower Arrangement                               5    3     2
C-11     Peanuts-(pint basket)                                5    3   2       DA-24 Bouquet — Mixed Varieties — Cut in Vase                5    3     2
C-12     Walnuts (plate of 6)                                 5    3   2
C-13     Chestnuts (plate of 6)                               5    3   2       Department DB Christmas Trees
C-14     Hickory Nuts-(pint basket)                           5    3   2       Rules:
C-15     Pomegranate                                          5    3   2       Trees must have been grown in New Hanover, Pender or Brunswick counties
C-16     Most Unusual Fruit                                   5    3   2                                                                 1st 2nd 3rd
C-17     Most Unusual Nut                                     5    3   2       DB-1    Cedar                                            $40 $25 $10
                                                                               DB-2    Virginia Pine                                     40 25 10
Best Fruit and Nut Centerpiece for the Table Arrangement                       DB-3    White Pine                                        40 25 10
Objective is to create an attractive display of fruits and nuts                DB-4    Best Decorated Tree                               40 25 10
1. Participants are allowed to purchase 1 of the 3 required minimum fruit or   DB-5    Wreaths                                           15 10         5
   nut types. The other 2 items must be grown by exhibitor.                            Best in Show — Christmas Trees Only              $50
2. Other now fruit or nut plant materials may be used as fillers for the
   overall design.
3. No artificial produce allowed…entry will be disqualified
                                                                                      DIVISION II: HOME ECONOMICS
4. Items must be exhibited in a basket or other floral arrangement con-        Department E Culinary
   tainer.                                                                     Class l - Conserved Products
C-18     Utilizing 3 or more different types of fruits and nuts $16 $12 $8     Exhibits will be ruled out when not in standard jars. Fruits and pickles
Department D Foliage and Flowering Plants                                      should be processed in boiling water bath. Low acid vegetables and
                                                                               meats must be processed in a pressure canner. There may be no more
All house plant exhibits must have been propagated and grown by the
                                                                               than two entries by the same person in the same Division/Category.
exhibitor. All exhibits must include a 3”x5” card on which is stated the
name of plant, date propagated, method used, and source of plant material.     1) Only exhibit processed after last year’s fair may be entered. Exhibitor
                                                                               MUST follow NC Cooperative Extension Service guidelines for processing
                                                             1st 2nd 3rd       food. These bulletins can be viewed at website: www.capefearfair.com.
Hanging Basket                                                                 2) Pint or quart quantities may be exhibited but pints are preferable. All
D-l      Fern                                                $5    $3    $2    exhibits must be in standard clear (not tinted) jars to qualify for judging.
D-2      Foliage                                              5     3     2    Standard jars are those purchased specifically for canning purposes.
D-3      Flowering                                            5     3     2    Please remove screw bands. Jars must be clean, not sticky. Used can-
Potted Plants                                                                  ning jars in good condition.
D-4      Succulents & Cacti                                    5     3    2    3) ALL EXHIBITS MUST be labeled with the following information:
D-5      Ferns                                                 5     3    2    Example:
D-6      Begonias (Flowering)                                  5     3    2    Name of product                      Sliced carrots
D-7      Begonias (Foliage)                                    5     3    2    Date processed                       Sept 10, 2005
D-8      Bromeliads                                            5     3    2    Method of preparation (hot/cold)     Hot pack
D-9      African Violets                                       5     3    2    Method of processing
D-10     Orchids                                               5     3    2      1. Hot water bath or canner        Pressure canner
D-11     Palms                                                 5     3    2      2. Lbs of pressure if canner       11lbs
D-12     Philodendron                                          5     3    2      3. Minutes of processing           25 minutes (pint)
D-13     Pepperomia                                            5     3    2
D-14     Coleus                                                5     3    2    NO OPEN KETTLE CANNING ACCEPTED!!! This is NOT an accepted
D-15     Carnivorous                                           5     3    2    method of processing home canned foods


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Score Card For Fruits and Vegetables                                                                            E-31         Fig                                                $5      $3 $2             $3      $2 $1
Color ..............................................................................................25 Points   E-32         Peach                                               5       3 2               3       2 1
Liquid .............................................................................................15 Points   E-33         Pear                                                5       3 2               3       2 1
Appearance ...................................................................................25 Points         E-34         Strawberry                                          5       3 2               3       2 1
Appropriate Size............................................................................15 Points           E-35         Watermelon Rind                                     5       3 2               3       2 1
Pack...............................................................................................10 Points    E-35B        Cantaloupe Rind                                     5       3 2               3       2 1
Container .......................................................................................10 Points      E-36         Grape                                               5       3 2               3       2 1
Total .............................................................................................100 Points   E-37         Cherry                                              5       3 2               3       2 1
For youth entry, please add a “Y” after each division category on entry.                                        E-38         Crabapple                                           5       3 2               3       2 1
                                                                                                                E-39         Blackberry                                          5       3 2               3       2 1
Ex. E-1-Y Apples (Whole or Slice).
                                                                                                                E-39A        Pumpkin                                             5       3 2               3       2 1
The Canned Meat category is for adults only.                                                                    E-39B        Turnip                                              5       3 2               3       2 1
A. Canned Fruits (Pints or Quarts)                                   Adult                     Youth            E. Jams, Conserves, Marmalades & Butter
                                                               1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd            Jams – Made from crushed or ground fruit, it almost holds its shape but
E-1          Apples (Whole or Slice)                           $5 $3 $2                  $3 $2 $1               is not jelly-firm.
E-2          Applesauce                                         5    3 2                  3    2 1              Conserves – Glorified jams made from mixtures of fruits, usually includ-
E-3          Blackberries or Raspberries                        5    3 2                  3    2 1              ing citrus. Raisins & nuts also can be added.
E-4          Huckleberries or Blueberries                       5    3 2                  3    2 1              Marmalades –Tender jelly with small pieces of citrus fruit distributed
E-5          Peaches                                            5    3 2                  3    2 1              evenly throughout.
E-6          Pears                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1              Butters – Fruit pulp cooked with sugar until thick. All processed boiling
E-7          Grapes                                             5    3 2                  3    2 1              water bath. NO PARAFFIN (Air tight seals)
E-8          Figs                                               5    3 2                  3    2 1              Score Cards
B. Canned Vegetables (Pints or Quarts)                                                                          Smoothness ..................................................................................25 Points
E-9     Beans-Lima                            $5                        $3 $2             $3      $2 $1         Flavor.............................................................................................35 Points
E-10    Beans-String                            5                        3 2               3       2 1          Consistency & Texture ..................................................................30 Points
E-11    Beets                                   5                        3 2               3       2 1          Color & Clearness .........................................................................10 Points
E-12    Carrots                                 5                        3 2               3       2 1          Container .......................................................................................05 Points
E-13    Corn (Pints Only)                       5                        3 2               3       2 1          Total .............................................................................................100 Points
E-14    Greens                                  5                        3 2               3       2 1                                                         Adult                                           Youth
E-15    Okra                                    5                        3 2               3       2 1                                                   1st 2nd 3rd                                     1st 2nd 3rd
E-16    Peas-Field                              5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-40         Blackberry                  $5 $3 $2                                        $3 $2 $1
E-17    Peas-Green                              5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-41         Blueberry Jam                5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-18    Pimento Peppers (Pint or 1/2 Pint Only) 5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-42         Citrus Marmalade             5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-19    Potatoes-Sweet                          5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-43         Fig Jam                      5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-20    Potatoes-White                          5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-44         Fig Marmalade or Conserve    5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-21    Pumpkin (Cubes or Puree)                5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-45         Grape Jam                    5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-22    Squash                                  5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-46         Grape Conserve or Marmalade  5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-23    Tomatoes (In Tomato Juice-No Juice) 5                            3 2               3       2 1          E-47         Peach Jam                    5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-24    Tomato Puree                            5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-48         Peach Conserve or Marmalade  5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-25    Egg Plant                               5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-49         Pear                         5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-25A Peas-Crowder                              5                        3 2               3       2 1          E-50         Plum                         5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-25B Peppers                                   5                        3 2               3       2 1
                                                                                                                E-51         Raspberry                    5    3 2                                        3    2 1
E-25C Other                                     5                        3 2               3       2 1
C. Canned Meat (Meat, Fish, Poultry Must be Canned in Pressure Canner)
The canned meat category is for adults only.
Score Card for All Meats
Appearance ...................................................................................25 Points
Pack...............................................................................................15 Points
Size & Uniformity of Pieces ..........................................................15 Points
Liquid or Fat ..................................................................................15 Points
Texture...........................................................................................20 Points
Container .......................................................................................10 Points
Total .............................................................................................100 Points
                                                                                              1st 2nd 3rd
E-26        Beef                                                                               $5 $3 $1
E-27        Chicken                                                                              5     3    1
E-28        Pork (Chops, Spareribs, Tenderloin)                                                  5     3    1
E-29        Sausage                                                                              5     3    1
E-30        Seafood                                                                              5     3    1
D. Preserves (Preserves are whole fruits or large pieces in thick syrup
that sometimes is slightly jellied) NO PARAFFIN
Score Card for All Preserves
Fruit:
Shape ............................................................................................10 Points
Clearness & Color .........................................................................15 Points
Flavor.............................................................................................15 Points
Texture...........................................................................................10 Points
Pack...............................................................................................05 Points
Syrup:
Clearness & Color .........................................................................10 Points
Flavor.............................................................................................15 Points
Consistency...................................................................................10 Points
Proportion of Juice ........................................................................10 Points
Total .............................................................................................100 Points
                                                                     Adult                     Youth
                                                               1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd

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                                                                                                                E-78         Squash Pickle                                       5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-79         Fruit Pickle                                        5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-80         Bread & Butter Pickles                              5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-81         Sweet Sauces                                        5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-82         Cucumber Pickle (Dill)                              5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-83         Cucumber Pickle (Whole)                             5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-84         Cucumber Pickle (Sliced)                            5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-85         Cucumber Pickle (Cubed)                             5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-86         Chutney                                             5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-87         Chow-Chow                                           5       3      2         3       2      1
                                                                                                                                                                                    Adult                    Youth
                                                                                                                Relishes:                                                     1st 2nd 3rd              1st 2nd 3rd
                                                                                                                E-92     Artichoke Relish                                     $5 $3 $2                 $3 $2 $
                                                                                                                E-93     Corn Relish                                           5    3 2                 3    2 1
                                                                                                                E-94     Pepper Relish                                         5    3 2                 3    2 1
E-52         Strawberry Jam                                       5       3      2          3       2      1    E-95     Squash Relish                                         5    3 2                 3    2 1
E-53         Strawberry Conserve                                  5       3      2          3       2      1
                                                                                                                E-96     Pear Relish                                           5    3 2                 3    2 1
E-54         Pumpkin Marmalade or Conserve                        5       3      2          3       2      1
E-54         Other: Jam, Marmalade or Conserve                    5       3      2          3       2      1    E-97     Other Relishes                                        5    3 2                 3    2 1
E-56         Apple Butter                                         5       3      2          3       2      1
E-57         Pear Butter                                          5       3      2          3       2      1    Class II - Breads ,Cakes & Candies
E-58         Peach Butter                                         5       3      2          3       2      1    Enter Whole cake only except for decorated cakes with premium num-
E-58A        Other Butter                                         5       3      2          3       2      1    bers (E-194-204). Decorated cakes are the only baked goods that will be
                                                                                                                released; all other baked goods become the property of the fair. Bring
F. Jelly (Jars should be sealed or a thin layer of paraffin should be over jelly)                               cakes and breads in cardboard boxes. Place cakes on pieces of card-
Score Card                                                                                                      board and cover with plastic wrap or wax paper. Accurate recipes must
Color ..............................................................................................10 Points   be submitted with all entries. Cookies and candy should be on a strong
Clearness ......................................................................................10 Points       paper plate or cardboard and wrapped securely. Decorated cakes should
Lack of Crystals.............................................................................10 Points          be entered in category or predominent frosting.
Flavor.............................................................................................30 Points    Cakes must be made from scratch not from prepared cake mix. Pies
Consistency...................................................................................35 Points         should be in aluminum foil pans. No commercial products allowed.
Container .......................................................................................05 Points      Score Card for Cakes
Total .............................................................................................100 Points   Appearance ...................................................................................25 Points
                                                                     Adult                     Youth                  Pleasing appearance
                                                               1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd                  Slightly rounded top
E-59         Apple                                             $5 $3 $2                  $3 $2 $1                     Unfrosted: Smooth, uniform, light brown
E-60         Blackberry                                         5    3 2                  3    2 1                    Frosted: Free from stickiness, crystals or crustiness
E-61         Crabapple                                          5    3 2                  3    2 1              Texture...........................................................................................25 Points
E-62         Grape                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-63         Pepper                                             5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-64         Plum                                               5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-65         Mint                                               5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-66         Other                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1
G. Juices, Ketchups, Sauces (Processed in boiling water bath & must
have air tight seals)
Score Card
Color ..............................................................................................30 Points
Stability ..........................................................................................15 Points
Absence of Defects.......................................................................15 Points
Flavor.............................................................................................35 Points
Container .......................................................................................05 Points
Total .............................................................................................100 Points
                                                                     Adult                     Youth
                                                               1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd
E-67         Apple Juice                                       $5 $3 $2                  $3 $2 $1
E-68         Blackberry Juice                                   5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-69         Grape                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-70         Tomato                                             5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-71         Tomato Ketchup                                     5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-72         Spaghetti Sauce                                    5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-73         B-B-Que Sauce                                      5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-74         Chili Sauce                                        5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-75         Salsa                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1
E-76         Other                                              5    3 2                  3    2 1
H. Pickles and Relishes (Must be able to open)
Score Card
Size and Shape.............................................................................10 Points
Flavor.............................................................................................30 Points
Texture...........................................................................................30 Points
Color ..............................................................................................15 Points
Proportion of Pickle to Liquid ........................................................10 Points
Container .......................................................................................05 Points
Total .............................................................................................100 Points
                                                                     Adult                     Youth
Pickles:                                                       1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd
E-77     Vegetable Pickle                                      $5 $3 $2                  $3 $2 $1


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Crumb............................................................................................25 Points
      Smooth & velvety
      Slightly moist
      Light and tender
      Pleasing color
Flavor.............................................................................................25 Points
      Delicate, well blended flavor
      Sweet flavor
      Free from strong flavor
      Tastes good
                                                                             Adult                    Youth
A. Cakes (Tube or Loaf Cakes)                                    1st 2nd 3rd                 1st 2nd 3rd
E-194 Angel Food (Un-iced)                                       $11 $8 $4                    $6 $3 $2
E-195 Fruit Cake                                                   11 8              4          6     3    2
E-196 Apple Cake                                                   11 8              4          6     3    2
E-197 True Pound Cake
          (Only butter, sugar, eggs & flour) 11 8                                    4          6     3    2
E-198 Mock Pound Cake
          (Milk, cheese, lemon pudding, etc.) 11 8                                   4          6     3    2
E-199 Chocolate Pound Cake (Un-iced) 11 8                                            4          6     3    2
E-200 Open Class (Any type tube or
          loaf cake not listed) No Mix                             11 8              4          6     3    2
Layer Cakes                                                                                                    Texture...........................................................................................25 Points
E-201 Chocolate Cake                                             $11 $8 $4                    $6 $3 $2               Fine even grain
E-202 Coconut Layer Cake                                           11 8              4          6     3    2         Small thin cell walls
E-203 Layer Cake (Any kind, cooked icing) 11 8                                       4          6     3    2         Light for size
E-204 Open Class (Anything not listed) 11 8                                          4          6     3    2         Crisp crust about 1/8" thick
No Mix                                                                                                         Crumb............................................................................................25 Points
E-205 Cake, decorated for wedding                                                                                    Creamy white color
          (Buttercream frosting)                                 $12 $8 $6                    $6 $3 $2               Slightly moist
E-206 Cake, large decorated, novelty                                                                                 Light & elastic
          (Gum paste frosting)                                     12 8              6          6     3    2   Tender Flavor ................................................................................25 Points
E-207 Cake, large decorated, novelty                                                                                 Good well blended flavor
          (Colorful frosting)                                      12 8              6          6     3    2         Sweet nutty flavor
E-208 Cake, large decorated, novelty                                                                                 Pleasing
          (Buttercream frosting)                                   12 8              6          6     3    2                                                                               Adult                    Youth
                                                                                                               D. Bread1st                                                    2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
Score Card for Cookies                                                                                         E-220 Bread (Loaf) yeast with
Appearance ...................................................................................25 Points                 white flour                                             $4 $3 $2                    $3 $2 $1
      Crust-Color uniform                                                                                      E-221 Bread-Other yeast with graham,
      Shape-Regular, even uniform                                                                                       (whole wheat, rye, flour
      Good proportion                                                                                                   or oatmeal)                                               4        3 2                3     2 1
      Attractive                                                                                               E-222 Corn Bread                                                   3        2 1                3     2 1
Texture...........................................................................................25 Points    E-223 Rolls, yeast with white flour or
      Thin cookies (Rolled, icebox, pressed) Crisp & Tender                                                             whole wheat                                               4        3 2                3     2 1
      Drop & sheet or bar cookies Soft & Tender, even grain                                                    E-224 Coffee Cake or tearing-yeast
Tenderness....................................................................................25 Points                 (9" or less)                                              4        3 2                3     2 1
      Tender, but holds together well                                                                          E-225 Quick Breads-Loaf, Banana
Flavor ............................................................................................25 Points            Nut, Cranberry, Pumpkin, Etc.                             3        2 1                3     2 1
      Tastes good                                                                                              E-226 Biscuits                                                     4        3 2                3     2 1
      Free from excessive flavoring                                                                            E-227 Cheese straws/cheese crackers                                3        2 1                3     2 1
      Well blended                                                                                             E-228 Muffins                                                      3        2 1                3     2 1
      (Enter 1 dozen)                                                                                          E-229 Donuts                                                       4        3 2                3     2 1
B. Cookies                                                        Adult                     Youth                                                                                 Adult                     Youth
                                                            1st 2nd 3rd                 1st 2nd 3rd            E. Pies - Whole                                              1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd
E-209 Cookies, Drop                                          $3 $2 $1                    $3 $2 $1              E-230 Fruit                                                  $11 $8 $4                 $6 $3 $2
E-210 Cookies, Icebox                                          3        2 1                3     2 1           E-231 Cream                                                   11   8 4                  6    3 2
E-211 Cookies, Shaped with cookie press 3                               2 1                3     2 1           E-232 Nut                                                     11   8 4                  6    3 2
E-212 Cookies, Bar or cooked in sheet,                                                                         E-233 Miscellaneous, All Others                               11   8 4                  6    3 2
        cut in strips                                          3        2 1                3     2 1
E-213 Cookies, Rolled                                          3        2 1                3     2 1           Department F Clothing
E-213A Brownies                                                3        2 1                3     2 1           All entries must be made by the exhibitor within the current year.
C. Candy (1/2 Dozen Pieces)                                                                                    AII CLOTHING MUST BE ENTERED AND EXHIBITED IN CLEAR
E-214 Chocolate Fudge Cooked                                 $3 $2 $1                    $3 $2 $1              PLASTIC BAGS AND ON HANGERS. There may be no more than two
E-214A Vanilla Fudge                                           3        2 1                3     2 1           entries by the same person in the same Division/Category. For Youth
E-215 Divinity                                                 4        3 1                3     2 1           entry, please add a “Y” after each division category on entry. Ex. F-1-Y-
E-216 Mints, Pulled                                            3        2 1                3     2 1           Bonnet Fabric
E-217 Peanut Brittle                                           3        2 1                3     2 1           Score Card
E-218 Hand Dipped Chocolate                                    3        2 1                3     2 1
E-219 Open Class-Toffee, etc.                                  3        2 1                3     2 1           General Appearance .....................................................................40 Points
                                                                                                                    Color combination
Score Card for Yeast Breads                                                                                         Originality
Appearance ...................................................................................25 Points             Texture combination
      Looks tender & good                                                                                           Cleanliness
      Even golden brown color                                                                                       Pressing
      Good shape, well proportioned                                                                            Design in relation to fabric selection.............................................10 Points
      Even rounded top                                                                                         Workmanship ................................................................................40 Points

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                                                                                                                E. Women’s Wear (Knit Fabrics)
                                                                                                                F-40     Dress                                               $5      $4 $3           $3      $2 $1
                                                                                                                F-41     Jacket                                               5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-42     Jumpsuit                                             5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-43     Skirt                                                5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-44     Suit                                                 5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-45     Pants                                                5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-46     Pantsuit                                             5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-47     Tops                                                 5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-48     Slips/Whole & Half                                   5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F. Men’s Wear
                                                                                                                F-49     Jacket or Vest                                      $7      $5 $3           $3      $2 $1
                                                                                                                F-50     Sportshirt                                           5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-51     Sportswear                                           5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-52     Sleepwear                                            5       4 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-53     Suits-Lined                                         10       7 3             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-54     Suits-Unlined                                        8       5 4             3       2 1
                                                                                                                F-55     Slacks                                               7       3 2             3       2 1
                                                                                                                G. Costumes
                                                                                                                F-67     All Entries                                         $5      $4 $3           $3      $2 $1
                                                                                                                H. Doll Clothing
                                                                                                                F-68     All Entries                                         $4      $3 $2           $3      $2 $1
                                                                                                                Department G Needlework
Cut on correct grain of material                                                                                Unless the article is of good quality and in usable condition, no premium
        Choice & neatness of seams, hems & finishes                                                             will be awarded. There are no special exhibits for antiques because
        Perfection of stitches                                                                                  proper care cannot be given in exhibitors’ space. All entries must be
Economic Aspect...........................................................................10 Points             completed during the current year. All entries must be entered and exhib-
        Value in relation to cost in time and money                                                             ited in clear plastic. There may be no more than two entries by the same
Total .............................................................................................100 Points   person in the same Division/Category.
                                                                     Adult                     Youth            For Youth entry, please add a “Y” after each division category on entry.
A. Infants Wear (Fabric)                                       1st 2nd 3rd               1st 2nd 3rd            Example: G-1-Y Crocheted
F-1       Bonnet Fabric                                        $5 $3 $2                  $3 $2 $1               Score Card
F-2       Dress                                                 5    3 2                  3    2 1              General Appearance
F-3       Slip                                                  5    3 2                  3    2 1                     Design..................................................................................10 Points
F-4       Sacque Fabric                                         5    3 2                  3    2 1
                                                                                                                       Individuality ..........................................................................05 Points
F-5       Booties                                               5    3 2                  3    2 1
F-6       Gowns                                                 5    3 2                  3    2 1                     Color combinations..............................................................10 Points
                                                                                                                       Texture combinations ..........................................................05 Points
B. Children’s Clothing (Ages 1-6)                                                                                      Subtotal................................................................................30 Points
F-7       Boy’s Outfit, shirt &/or pants                        $6      $5 $4             $3      $2 $1
F-8       Boy’s Suit                                             6       5 4               3       2 1          Workmanship
F-9       Dress, woven fabric                                    5       4 3               3       2 1                 Uniformity.............................................................................15 Points
F-10      Dress, knit fabric                                     5       4 3               3       2 1                 Technique ............................................................................20 Points
F-11      Dressy Dress                                           6       5 4               3       2 1                 Subtotal................................................................................35 Points
F-12      Coat                                                   5       4 3               3       2 1
F-13      Sportswear                                             5       5 4               3       2 1
F-14      Girl’s Suit                                            6       5 4               3       2 1
F-15      Lingerie                                               5       3 2               3       2 1
F-16      Jumpsuit                                               5       4 2               3       2 1
F-17      Pajamas                                                5       4 2               3       2 1

C. Children’s Clothing (Ages 6-12)
F-18     Dress, school or sporty          $5                            $4 $3             $3      $2 $1
F-19     Dress, dressy                     6                             5 4               3       2 1
F-20     Shorts-Slacks                     5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-21     Suit                              6                             5 4               3       2 1
F-22     Lingerie                          5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-23     Jacket                            5                             4 3               3       2 1
D. Women’s Wear (Woven Fabric)
F-24     Apron, dressy                    $5                            $3 $2             $3      $2 $1
F-25     Apron, work                       5                             3 2               3       2 1
F-26     Blouse or Jacket or Vest          5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-27     Skin                              5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-28     Dress, dressy                     5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-29     Dress, house                      5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-30     Jumper                            5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-31     Jumpsuit                          5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-32     Sleepwear                         5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-33     Suit-Lined                        6                             5 4               3       2 1
F-34     Suit-Unlined                      5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-35     Pantsuit                          5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-36     Slacks or Shorts                  5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-37     Coat                              5                             4 3               3       2 1
F-38     Accessories, Scarf, Purses, etc. 5                              4 3               3       2 1
F-39     Leather & Suede Garments          5                             4 3               3       2 1


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                                                                                                           G-28    Hemstitch                            5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-29    Crewel                               5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-30    Patchwork                            5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-31    Crocheted                            5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-32    Knitted                              5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-33    Counted Crosstitch                   5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-34    Crosstitch                           5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-35    Candlewicking                        5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-36    Punchwork, Trapunto & Long Stitch    5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           G-37    Plastic Canvas                       5    4    2      4     3    1
                                                                                                           Needlework
                                                                                                           G-38    Pillows                             $4   $3 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                                                                           G-39    Wall Hangings                        4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-40    Purse                                4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-41    Pictures                             4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-42    Baby Toys                            4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           Household Accessories
                                                                                                           G-43    All Entries                         $4   $3 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                                                                           Hand Knitted Garments
                                                                                                           G-44    Booties                             $4   $3 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                                                                           G-45    Caps                                 4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-46    Sacque-bunting                       4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-47    (2) Piece Baby Set                   4    3 1         4     3 2
                                                                                                           G-48    Dress                                4    3 1         4     3 2
                                                                                                           G-49    Sweater (Women)                      5    3 2         4     3 2
                                                                                                           G-50    Sweater (Men)                        5    3 2         4     3 2
                                                                                                           G-51    Sweater (Children)                   5    3 2         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-52    Poncho/Shawl                         5    3 2         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-53    Doll Clothes                         4    3 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           Crocheted Garments
                                                                                                           G-54    Shawl/Stole                         $5   $3 $2       $4    $3 $1
                                                                                                           G-55    Sweater (Adult)                      5    3 2         4     3 1
                                                                                                           G-56    Sweater (Children)                   5    3 2         4     3 1
Economic Aspect                                                                                            G-57    Booties                              3    2 1         3     2 1
     Value in relationship to cost in time and money ................15 Points                             G-58    Cap                                  3    2 1         3     2
     Durability of materials and design.......................................10 Points                    G-59    Sacque                               3    2 1         3     2 1
     Cost and upkeep .................................................................10 Points            G-60    Baby Set                             4    3 2         3     2 1
     Subtotal................................................................................35 Points     G-61    Dress (Adult)                        4    3 2         4     3 1
     Total ...................................................................................100 Points   G-62    Dress (Baby)                         3    2 1         3     2 1
                                                                                                           G-63    Weaving                              3    2 1         3     2 1
                                                                  Adult                    Youth           G-64    Doll Clothing                        4    3 2         3     2 1
A. Afghan                                                   1st 2nd 3rd              1st 2nd 3rd           G-65    Pillows, Etc.                        4    3 2         3     2 1
G-1     Crocheted                                          $10 $7 $5                 $9 $6 $3
G-2     Knitted                                             10    7 5                 9    6 3             Department H Arts & Crafts
        a. Solid                                                                                           All entries must be completed during the current year. All entries must be
        b. Color (2 or more)                                                                               entered or exhibited in clear plastic. There may be no more than two
G-3     Handwoven (Loom)                                     10        7     5         9       6      3    entries by the same person in the same Division/Category. Please indi-
G-4     Baby                                                  5        4     3         4       3      2    cate Junior or Senior entry by adding “J” or “S” after each division. For
Bedspreads                                                                                                 Youth entry, please add a “Y” after each division category on entry. Ex:
G-5     Crocheted                                          $10       $7 $5            $9       6      3    H-1-Y.
G-6     Embroidered                                         10        7 5              9       6      3                                                      Adult           Youth
G-7     Candlewick                                          10        7 5              9       6      3    Baskets                                     1st 2nd 3rd     1st 2nd 3rd
G-8     Crosstitch                                          10        7 5              9       6      3    H-1     Covered                             $5 $4 $2        $4 $3 $2
Quilts                                                                                                     H-2     Not Covered                          5    4 2        4    3 2
G-9     Coverlet, tacked                                   $10       $7 $5            $9       6      3    Beadcraft                                   1st 2nd 3rd     1st 2nd 3rd
G-10    Cotton, applique                                    10        7 5              9       6      3    H-3     All Entries                         $3 $2 $1        $3 $2 $1
G-11    Cotton, Patchwork                                   10        7 5              9       6      3
G-12    Embroidered                                         10        7 5              9       6      3
G-13    Counted Crosstitch                                  10        7 5              9       6      3
Rugs
G-14    Braided                                              $8      $6 $4            $6      $4 $2
G-15    Crocheted                                             8       6 4              6       4 2
G-16    Hooked, Wool                                          8       6 4              6       4 2
G-17    Latched                                               8       6 4              6       4 2
G-18    Woven                                                 8       6 4              6       4 2
Needlecraft
G-19    Smocked                                              $5      $4 $2            $4      $3 $1
G-20    Quilting                                              5       4 2              4       3 1
G-21    Appliques                                             5       4 2              4       3 1
G-22    Cutwork                                               5       4 2              4       3 1
G-23    Drawnwork                                             5       4 2              4       3 1
G-24    Monogram                                              5       4 2              4       3 1
G-25    Swedish Darning                                       5       4 2              4       3 1
G-26    Embroidery                                            5       4 2              4       3 1
G-27    Tatting                                               5       4 2              4       3 1

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                                                               Bread Dough
                                                               H-38      All Entries                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               String Art
                                                               H-39      All Entries                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               Shell Art
                                                               H-40      All Entries                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               Paper Crafts
                                                               H-41      All Entries                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               Wood Crafts
                                                               H-42      All Entries                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               Wreaths
                                                               H-43      Corn Shucks                        $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
                                                               H-44      Pine Cones                          4     2 1         3     2 1
                                                               H-45      Pine Needles                        4     2 1         3     2 1
                                                               H-46      Calico Fabrics                      4     2 1         3     2 1
                                                               H-47      Ribbon                              4     2 1         3     2 1
                                                               H-48      Other                               4     2 1         3     2 1
Ceramics                           1st 2nd 3rd   1st 2nd 3rd   Dolls
H-4      Pastel Finish             $5 $4 $2      $3 $2 $1      H-100 All Entries                            $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-5      Antique Finish             5    4 2      3    2 1     Stuffed Animals
H-6      Clear Glaze                5    4 2      3    2 1     H-101 All Entries                            $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-7      Art Glaze                  5    4 2      3    2 1
                                                               Others Stuffed
H-8      All Freehand               5    4 2      3    2 1
                                                               H-102 All Entries                            $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-9      Glaze Stain Combination    5    4 2      3    2 1
H-10     Lava or Foam finish        5    4 2      3    2 1     Lamp Shades
H-11     Mat finish                 5    4 2      3    2 1     H-103 All Entries                            $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-12     Under glaze                5    4 2      3    2 1     Frames-Picture
H-13     Stain finish               5    4 2      3    2 1     H-104 All Entries                            $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-14     Stains                     5    4 2      3    2 1     H-105 Misc. Other craft                      $4    $2 $1       $3    $2 $1
H-15     Molded Plaster             5    4 2      3    2 1
H-16     Decal                      5    4 2      3    2 1     Department I Handi-Crafts
H-17     Other                      5    4 2      3    2 1     All entries must be completed during the current year. All entries must be
                                                               entered and exhibited in clear plastic. This division is for the physically
Jewelry                                                        and mentally challenged. There may be no more than two entries by the
H-18     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    same person in the same Division/Category.
Leatherwork                                                                                                          1st      2nd        3rd
H-19     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    I-1       Arts and Crafts                              $2       $1 Ribbon
Metals                                                         I-2       Painting                                      2         1 Ribbon
H-20     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1
                                                               Department J Painting (Must be dated)
Macrame                                                        All exhibits should be dated and signature or initials on lower right hand
H-21     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    corner on front.
Pottery                                                        All pieces of art work done on PAPER need to be matted with poster
H-22     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    board (NO FRAMES). Do not use good mats as they will be stapled. All
Weaving                                                        other articles MUST be display ready. No foamcore. Secured tab on
H-23     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    back, ready to hang. If no mat or not ready to display, article will be low-
                                                               ered one placing. Enter in clear plastic to keep clean.
Mosaic                                                         All chalk and pencil drqwings should be sprayed to prevent smudging.
H-24     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    All entries must be completed during the current year. There may be no
Pine Needles                                                   more than two entries by the same person in the same
H-25     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    Division/Category. For youth entries, please add a “Y” after each division
Stained Glass                                                  category on entry.
H-26     All Entries               $3   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    Ex.: I-1-Y-0il
Sculpturing and Carving                                        Adult                                          Youth
H-27     Clay                      $4   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1
H-28     Soap                       3    2 1      3    2 1     Paintings (no paint by numbers accepted) 1st 2nd 3rd          1st 2nd 3rd
H-29     Wood                       3    2 1      3    2 1     J-1      Oil                             $5 $3 $2             $3 $2 $1
H-30     Metal                      3    2 1      3    2 1     J-2      Acrylic                          5    3 2             3    2 1
H-31     Plaster                    4    2 1      3    2 1     J-3      Water Color                      5    3 2             3    2 1
H-32     Decoupage                  4    2 1      3    2 1     J-4      Crayon                           5    3 2             3    2 1
H-33     Porcelain                  4    2 1      3    2 1     J-5      Pastel                           5    3 2             3    2 1
Wax                                                            Drawings
H-34     All Entries               $4   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    J-6      Pencil                          $5 $3 $2              $3    $2 $1
                                                               J-7      Pen                              5    3 2              3     2 1
Macrame Art
H-35     All Entries               $4   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    Wood Paintings
                                                               J-8      Stencil                         $5 $3 $2              $3    $2 $1
Pottery                                                        J-9      Tole                             5    3 2              3     2 1
H-36     All Entries               $4   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1
                                                               Clothing
Christmas Decorations                                          J-10     Painted                         $5 $3 $2              $3    $2 $1
H-37     All Entries               $4   $2 $1    $3   $2 $1    J-11     Other Painted                    5    3 2              3     2 1

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Department K Photography                                                                         DIVISION III ENTOMOLOGY
Note: All photographs to be dated and must have been taken within
the last year.                                                                    Beekeeping
Score Card                                                                        Score Card
• Photos will be judged on the basis of technical quality, composition and sto-   Appearance ...................................................................................15 Points
  rytelling ability.                                                              Cleanliness ....................................................................................30 Points
• MAKE SURE your subject matter is appropriate. Any entry found objection-        Color ..............................................................................................25 Points
  able may be disqualified.                                                       Uniformity ......................................................................................20 Points
• Judge may disqualify or lower a placing if guidelines and entry specifica-      Aroma or Texture...........................................................................10 Points
  tions are not met.                                                              Total .............................................................................................100 Points
• All pictures in each lot number must be mounted on a single sheet of            Please indicate if entry is Youth (under 19) or Adult division (19 years
  11”x14” white poster board. MAXIMUM SIZE IS 14”x22”. DO NOT USE                 and older). Prize premiums are the same for Youth and Adult.
  GLASS, CONSTRUCTION PAPER, FOIL, CELLOPHANE, CORRUGATED                                                                                        Adult & Youth
  CARDBOARD, OR FOAM BOARD.
• Photos must be mounted using rubber cement. The use of photo or art cor-        A. Extracted Honey                                             1st 2nd 3rd
  ners is not permitted.                                                          Light-(10 Ounce jar or more)                                   $6 $5 $3
• All photographs must be printed on photographic paper.                          Amber-(10 Ounce jar or more)                                    6      5     3
• Digital camera entries must show digital date on picture.                       Dark-(10 Ounce jar or more)                                     6      5     3
• Any entry that does not meet the entry requirements or that is entered in       Comb-(10 Ounce jar or more)                                     6      5     3
  the wrong class will be judged. The exhibitor will receive the appropriate      Cream-(10 Ounce jar or more)                                    6      5     3
  merit ribbon, but no premium money will be awarded. (Exception: Photos          B. Products
  that have been entered in precious years will be disqualified. Photos must      Beeswax                                                        $4 $3 $2
  have been taken in the last year).                                              Beeswax (Candles, carvings, models,
For Youth entry, please add a “Y” after each division category on entry. Prize    and novelties)                                                  4      3     2
premiums are the same for adult and youth divisions.                              Pollen-(Pintjar)                                                4      3     2
1) Adventures with your Automatic or Adjustable Camera                            Propolis                                                        4      3     2
                                                               Adult & Youth      C. Plants
                                                                                  Nector Producing Plants                                        $6 $3 $2
Color                                                          1st 2nd 3rd
K-20      Landscape or Seascape                                $5 $3 $2           D. Insect Collection
K-21      Buildings                                             5     3    2      1. The display boxes MUST be 18 3/4 inches wide by 24 3/4 inches long by 3
K-22      People (individual or group)                          5     3    2           inches deep (outside measurements) and have a glass or plexiglass cover.
K-23      Animals or Birds                                      5     3    2           Collections are best displayed when mounted along the horizontal axis.
Black and White                                                                   2. The collection must be the work of the exhibitor.
K-25      Landscape or Seascape                                 $5    $3    $2    Criteria for Judging
K-26      Buildings                                              5     3     2    I. General appearance and neatness of arrangement.
K-27      People (individual or group)                           5     3     2    II. Care in preparation of the insects.
K-28      Animals or Birds                                       5     3     2    III. Placing and completeness of labels.
Picture Stories                                                                   IV. Number of orders and specimens of North Carolina insects correctly
K-30      Photographs of Community                              $5    $3    $2         identified.
          (Submit a series of 3-5 photos of community                             Entomology - Insect Collection                   1st 2nd 3rd 4th/5th
          activities that tell a story)                                                                                            $20 $15 $10              $5
Horticulture
K-32      Single Color                                          $5    $3    $2                                         DIVISION IV
K-33      Single Black and White                                 5     3     2    Educational Booths
K-34      Sequence of 4 - Color                                  5     3     2    Educational booths will be divided into three categories:
K-35      Sequence of 4 - Black and White                        5     3     2    A.         4H
Action                                                                            B.         Youth/School Organizations
K-36      Action Single                                         $5    $3    $2    C.         Adult Civic Organizations and Agencies
K-37      Action Series of 3                                     5     3     2    Basis for Exhibit Evaluation
                                                                                  I. Communications to Viewers ......................................................30 Points
2) Adventures with your Digital Camera                                                       Does it expand the visibility of the organization’s purpose?
                                                                                             Does it arouse and hold interest?
                                                               Adult & Youth                 Does it tell a coherent, clear-cut story with logical sequence
Color                                                          1st 2nd 3rd                   of thought?
K-40      Landscape or Seascape                                $5 $3 $2                      Are title and caption effective in conveying the message?
K-41      Buildings                                             5     3    2      II. Education ..................................................................................26 Points
K-42      People (individual or group)                          5     3    2                 Is there an appeal for behavorial change?
K-43      Animals or Birds                                      5     3    2                 Is information accurate and factual?
Black and White                                                                              Does the exhibit instruct and teach?
K-45      Landscape or Seascape                                 $5    $3    $2    III. Creativity...................................................................................22 Points
K-46      Buildings                                              5     3     2               Idea clearly defined and shows understanding of purpose
K-47      People (individual or group)                           5     3     2               and direction.
K-48      Animals or Birds                                       5     3     2
                                                                                             Originality in adapting ideas.
Picture Stories                                                                              Is the idea enthusiastically portrayed?
K-50      Photographs of Community                              $5    $3    $2               Does the exhibitor convey the feeling that he knows what he is
          (Submit a series of 3-5 photos of community                                        trying to say?
          activities that tell a story)                                           IV. Design and Mechanics ............................................................22 Points
Horticulture                                                                                 Is there effective use of color?
K-52      Single Color                                          $5    $3    $2               Is the number of items or materials used appropriate for the exhibit
K-53      Single Black and White                                 5     3     2               in that they give neither a cluttered nor a bare appearance?
K-54      Sequence of 4 - Color                                  5     3     2               Are design, lettering, posters, figures, and equipment in a rela-
K-55      Sequence of 4 - Black and White                        5     3     2               tive proportion to area and shape of booth?
Action                                                                                       Is there a professional-like touch in the effective use of equip-
K-56      Action Single                                         $5    $3    $2               ment and materials?
K-57      Action Series of 3                                     5     3     2    Possible Score ............................................................................100 Points


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Awards for Exhibits
        Place                         Premium                      Ribbon
        First                            $200                        Blue
        Second
        Third
                                          150
                                          130
                                                                      Red
                                                                    White
                                                                                                                                        Animal
        Fourth
        Fifth
                                          120
                                          100
                                                                   Yellow
                                                                    Green                                                              Costume
        Sixth                               80                        Pink
        Participation                       50                        Pink
                                                                                                                                       Contest
     Division IV—Educational Booths. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
     Educational Gardens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                  October 31st,
                             (please check appropriate box)
     If your class, club or organization is interested in participating in the 2008
                                                                                                                                            7pm
     Cape Fear Fair & Expo by decorating a booth in our agriculture tent you
     must contact Sarah Edwards at 395-1303. There is a limited number of
     booths available for each of four categories – 4H, Youth/School
     Organizations, Adult Organizations, Agencies. There will be ribbons and
                                                                                                                                           In the
     monetary awards in each category.                                                                                                 Livestock Tent
     The Fair Association recommends that booths be decorated Tuesday, Oct. 28
     and Wednesday, Oct. 29 between noon and 7 p.m. Booths must be ready for
     judging by 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 or another exhibit will be placed in the
     assigned space. Booths must remain in place until Nov. 9; removal will take         The judges will use discretion in awarding prizes as to the worthiness
     place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Nov. 9.                                          of the entries and may reserve the right to withhold a prize if the entry
                                                                                         is deemed unworthy. All judges’ decisions are final.
     Name of School/Organization: ________________________________
                                                                                            All birds that need to be tested for pullorum will be tested on
     Contact Person: ___________________________________________                            Wednesday, October 29, 3-6 p.m. All other animals are allowed to
                                                                                            be entered from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m, Wednesday, October 29, 2008. No
     Telephone #: _____________________________________________
                                                                                            entry fee is required. Feed is provided.
     Theme: __________________________________________________                              All animals must be removed between 10 a.m.- 3 p.m, Sunday,
     Category: ________________________________________________                             Nov. 9, 2008.
     (A copy of this entry form will be placed on your assigned booth.                   Regulations
     Assignment will be on a first-come, first served basis.)                            1. All out-of-state cattle must have been tested for Bang’s Disease at
                                                                                            least 120 days before the fair. North Carolina cattle do not have to
                                                                                            be tested for Bang’s Disease.
                                 DIVISION VI                                             2. Cattle must be free of infectious/contagious diseases including
Livestock
One person may not enter more than two (2) animals per individual class                     foot rot, mange, pink-eye, ringworm, warts, and cow-pox.
except for rabbits in which the limit will be four rabbits per individual                3 Breeding swine may be exhibited.
class. The awarding of prize money will be based on the number of                        4. Swine must be free of infectious/contagious diseases including
entries in each category as follows:                                                        atrophic rhinitis and mange.
1 entry per category — 2nd place prize money only 2 or more entries                      5. Sheep/Goats must be free of infectious/contagious diseases
   per category — prize money as stated in this book.                                       including foot rot, pink-eye, and ringworm.
   Ribbons will be awarded for all first, second, and third place winners.               6. Horses must be free of any infectious/contagious diseases.
                                                                                                               All horses must have a negative coggins test
                                                                                                              within the last 12 months. All horses should
                                                                                                              have a current rabies, tetanus and sleeping sick-
                                                                                                              ness vaccinations.
                                                                                                              7. Poultry must be free of infectious/contagious
                                                                                                                   diseases including infectious bronchitis,
                                                                                                                   coryza, pullorum, fowl-pox, external parasites,
                                                                                                                   and laryngotracheitis.
                                                                                                              8. Rabbits must be free of infectious/contagious
                                                                                                                   disease including snuffles, coccidiosis, and
                                                                                                                   external parasites.
                                                                                                              9. All required tests must be in the name of the
                                                                                                                   animal’s owner or family of exhibitor.
                                                                                                              10. All poultry will be inspected by a
                                                                                                                    certified inspector from the state of North
                                                                                                                    Carolina. Any sign of infectious/contagious
                                                                                                                    disease will result in the animal’s removal
                                                                                                                    from the livestock exhibit.
                                                                                                              11. Any sign of infectious/contagious disease will
                                                                                                                    result in the animal’s removal from the live-
                                                                                                                    stock exhibit.
                                                                                                              12. All out-of-state animals must be accompa-
                                                                                                                    nied by a health certificate dated within 60
                                                                                                                    days of the fair starting date.

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                                                                              C-4      March Boar, farrowed current year              15    13
                                                                              C-5      Grand Champion Boar                        Ribbon
                                                                              Females
                                                                              C-6      Senior Sow, farrowed July 1 to Dec. 31         1st   2nd
                                                                                       of previous year                              $15    $13
                                                                              C-7      January Sow, farrowed current year             15     13
                                                                              C-8      February Sow, farrowed current year            15     13
                                                                              C-9      March Sow, farrowed current year               15     13
                                                                              C-10     Grand Champion Sow                         Ribbon
                                                                              D. Horses
                                                                              Quarter Horses
                                                                              D-1      Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
                                                                              D-2      Mares, 2 years and over                       $15    $13
                                                                              D-3      Geldings, 2 years and over                    $15    $13
                                                                              Appaloosas
                                                                              D-4      Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
                                                                              D-5      Mares & Geldings 2 years and over             $15    $13
Livestock General Rules and Regulations                                       Arabians
Entries are open to anyone.                                                   D-6      Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
1. Entries close Oct. 23, 2008.                                               D-7      Mares, 2 years and over                       $15    $13
2. Entry form must be postmarked by the above date unless written             D-8      Geldings, 2 years and over                    $15    $13
     permission obtained from the livestock superintendent.                   Paints
3. Complete entry form must be mailed or turned in to the Cape Fear           D-9      Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
     Fair & Expo Board, Inc. Judges sheets will be prepared by comput-        D-10     Mares and Geldings 2 years and over           $15    $13
     er from the information given. Please be accurate.                       Miniature Horses
4. Owners must provide a water and feed schedule for each animal              D-11     Colts & Fillies, Under 2 years                $15    $13
     entered. Any special diets or special feeding requirements will be       D-12     Mares, 2 years and over                       $15    $13
     discussed with the Livestock Superintendent.                             D-13     Stallions and Geldings, 2 years and over
5. Bedding, feed and water will be provided by the CFF&E. We                  Gaited Horses (Specify Breed)
     reserve the right to choose the brand of feed to be used. Any partici-   D-14     Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
     pant wishing to provide feed for their animals may do so. Livestock      D-14     Mares & Geldings, 2 years and over            $15    $13
     staff should be present when animal is fed.                              Draft Breeds
6. Substitutions: Will be permitted, but must be made no later than           D-15     All ages                                      $15    $13
     Friday, Oct. 24 at 12:00 p.m. with the Livestock Superintendent.         Other Breeds of Horses
7. The decisions of the judges shall be final in alI cases except mis-        D-16     Colts & Fillies, under 2 years                $15    $13
     takes, fraud, misrepresentation or collusion not discovered at the       D-17     Mares & Geldings 2 years and over             $15    $13
     time of the award.                                                       Pony Breeds
8. All catergories will be divided into youth (under 18) and senior           D-18     All Ages                                      $15    $13
     (18 and over).                                                           Mules and Donkeys
                                                                              D-19     All Ages                                      $15    $13
Departments                                                                   Grand Champion
A. Beef cattle                E. Fowl                                         Grand Champion Horse                                Ribbon
B. Dairy Cattle               F. Sheep                                        Grand Champion Pony                                 Ribbon
C. Swine                      G. Rabbits                                      Grand Champion Mule or Donkey                       Ribbon
D. Horses                     H. Goats
                                                                              E. Fowl
A. Beef Cattle                                                                Large Chickens                                         1st    2nd
Males                                                          1st    2nd     EA-l     Barred Plymouth Rock Hen                      $8      $7
A-l      Best Bull, over 2 years                              $15     $13     EA-2     Barred Plymouth Rock Rooster                   8       7
A-2      Best Bull, over 1 and under 2 years                   15      13     EA-3     Blue Old English Game Hen                      8       7
A-3      Best Bull, 6 months to l year                         15      13     EA-4     Blue Old EngIish Game Rooster                  8       7
A-4      Best Bull, under 6 months                             15      13     EA-5     Silver-faced Wyandottes Hen                    8       7
A-5      Grand Champion Bull                               Ribbon             EA-6     Silver-faced Wyandottes Rooster                8       7
Females                                                                       EA-7     Silver-Spangled Hamburgs Hen                   8       7
A-6      Best Heifer, over 4 years                            $15     $13     EA-8     Silver-Spangled Hamburgs Rooster               8       7
A-7      Best Heifer, over 2 and under 4 years                 15      13     EA-9     Blue Cochins Hen                               8       7
A-8      Best Heifer, over 1 and under 2 years                 15      13
A-9      Best Heifer, 6 months to 1 year                       15      13
A-10     Best Heifer, under 6 months                           15      13
A-11     Grand Champion Heifer                             Ribbon
B. Dairy Cattle
Males
B-l      Best Bull, over 2 years                              $15     $13
B-2      Best Bull, over 1 and under 2 years                   15      13
B-3      Best Bull, 6 months to 1 year                         15      13
B-4      Best Bull, under 6 months                             15      13
B-5      Grand Champion Dairy Bull                         Ribbon
Females
B-6      Best Heifer, over 4 years                            $15     $13
B-7      Best Heifer, over 2 and under 4 years                 15      13
B-8      Best Heifer, over 1 and under 2 years                 15      13
B-9      Best Heifer, 6 months to 1 year                       15      13
B-10     Best Heifer, under 6 months                           15      13
B-11     Grand Champion Dairy Heifer                       Ribbon
C. Swine
Males
C-1     Senior Boar, farrowed July 1 to December 31
        of previous year                                       $15    $13
C-2     January Boar, farrowed current year                     15     13
C-3     February Boar, farrowed current year                    15     13

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                                                     ED-6    White Chinese Gander                       8     7
                                                     ED-7    Buff Toulouse Goose                        8     7
                                                     ED-8    Buff Toulouse Gander                       8     7
                                                     Turkeys
                                                     EE-1    Wild Hen                                 $8     $7
                                                     EE-2    Wild Tom                                  8      7
                                                     EE-3    Bronze Hen                                8      7
                                                     EE-4    Bronze Tom                                8      7
                                                     EE-5    White Holland Hen                         8      7
                                                     EE-6    White Holland Tom                         8      7
                                                     Peacocks
                                                     EF-1    Indian Blue Female                       $8     $7
                                                     EF-2    Indian Blue Male                          8      7
                                                     Pigeons
                                                     EJ-1    King                              Exhibition Class,
                                                     EJ-2    Homer (Racing)                  no premium payment
                                                     EJ-3    Roller
                                                     EJ-4    Fantail
                                                     EJ-5    Other
                                                     F. Sheep                                         1st   2nd
                                                     F-l     Best Ram, over 1 year                   $15    $13
EA-10 Blue Cochins Rooster                 8    7    F-2     Best Ram, under 1 year                   15     13
EA-11 Buff Orpington Hen                   8    7    F-3     Best Ewe, over 1 year                    15     13
EA-12 Buff Orpington Rooster               8    7    F-4     Best Ewe, under 1 year                   15     13
EA-13 Black Australorp Hen                 8    7    G. Rabbits
EA-14 Black Australorp Rooster             8    7    G-1     Mini Lop Doe                             $8     $7
EA-15 Turkin Hen                           8    7    G-2     Mini Lop Buck                             8      7
EA-16 Turkin Rooster                       8    7    G-3     English Spot Doe                          8      7
EA-17 White Rock Hen                       8    7    G-4     English Spot Buck                         8      7
EA-18 White Rock Rooster                   8    7    G-5     New Zealand Doe                           8      7
Bantams                                              G-6     New Zealand Buck                          8      7
EB-l    Black-Tailed White Japanese Hen    $8   $7   G-7     Californian Doe                           8      7
EB-2    Black-Tailed White Japanese Cock    8    7   G-8     Californian Buck                          8      7
EB-3    Rhode Island Red Hen                8    7   G-9     Domestic (misc) Doe                       8      7
EB-4    Rhode Island Red Cock               8    7   G-10    Domestic (misc) Buck                      8      7
EB-5    Mini Bantam Hen                     8    7   G-11    Netherland Dwarf Doe                      8      7
EB-6    Mini Bantam Cock                    8    7   G-12    Netherland Dwarf Buck                     8      7
EB-7    Partridge Plymouth Rock Hen         8    7   G-13    Angora Doe                                8      7
EB-8    Partridge Plymouth Rock Cock        8    7   G-14    Angora Buck                               8      7
EB-9    Olde English Game Bantam Hen        8    7   G-15    Jersey Woolie Doe                         8      7
EB-10 Olde English Game Bantam Cock         8    7   G-16    Jersey Woolie Buck                        8      7
EB-11 Silkie Hen                            8    7   G-17    Holland Lop Doe                           8      7
EB-12 Silkie Cock                           8    7   G-18    Holland Lop Buck                          8      7
EB-13 Dark Cornish Hen                      8    7   G-19    Harlequin Doe                             8      7
EB-14 Dark Cornish Cock                     8    7   G-20    Harlequin Buck                            8      7
Ducks                                                G-21    Mini Rex Doe                              8      7
EC-1    Pekin Hen                          $8   $7   G-22    Mini Rex Buck                             8      7
EC-2    Pekin Drake                         8    7   G-23    Dutch Doe                                 8      7
EC-3    Muscovy Hen                         8    7   G-24    DutchBuck                                 8      7
EC-4    Muscovy Drake                       8    7   G-25    Doe and Young (Specify Breed)             8      7
EC-5    Rouen Hen                           8    7   H. Goats
EC-6    Rouen Drake                         8    7   H-1     Boer Doe                                $15    $13
EC-7    Mallard Hen                         8    7   H-2     Boe Buck                                 15     13
EC-8    Mallard Drake                       8    7   H-3     Nubian Doe                               15     13
EC-9    Khaki Campbell Hen                  8    7   H-4     Nubian Buck                              15     13
EC-10 Khaki Campbell Drake                  8    7   H-5     Pygmy Doe                                15     13
EC-11 White Call Hen                        8    7   H-6     Pygmy Buck                               15     13
EC-12 White Call Drake                      8    7
EC-13 Grey Call Hen                         8    7
EC-14 Grey Call Drake                       8    7
EC-15 Crested Rouen Hen                     8    7
EC-16 Crested Rouen Drake                   8    7
EC-17 Silver Bahama Pintail Hen             8    7
EC-18 Silver Bahama Pintail Drake           8    7
EC-19 Blue Wing Teal Hen                   $8   $7
EC-20 Blue Wing Teal Drake                  8    7
EC-21 Mandarin Hen                          8    7
EC-22 Mandarin Drake                        8    7
EC-23 Ringed Teal Hen                       8    7
EC-24 Ringed Teal Drake                     8    7
EC-25 Wood Duck Hen                         8    7
EC-26 Wood Duck Drake                       8    7
Geese
ED-1    African White Goose                $8   $7
ED-2    African White Gander                8    7
ED-3    Brown Chinese Goose                 8    7
ED-4    Brown Chinese Gander                8    7
ED-5    White Chinese Goose                 8    7


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  Information and General Rules
    for Exhibitors and Patrons
Exhibitors and patrons are sincerely requested to make constructive criticisms and offer helpful sugges-
            tions toward bettering any part or department of this, YOUR TRI-COUNTY FAIR.
Please report any discourtesies by gatemen, concession-          any of its officers and employees be responsible for loss or
aires, showmen, or others connected with the Fair.               damage to persons and their property (including entries,
                                                                 exhibits, automobiles in parking lots, and articles left in
Concessions and attractions are granted privileges on the        cars) because of accidents, theft, fire, the elements, or
grounds to supply the necessary wants, comforts, conve-          other conditions.
niences and pleasures of the patrons. The management will
not accept or knowingly allow the continuance of any con-        Sufficient electric light and power service will be fur-
cession, show or other attraction of a questionable nature or    nished by the Fair to properly illuminate and service the
a demoralizing tendency, nor will any concession be per-         exhibition buildings and grounds. Exhibitors and conces-
mitted where the business is conducted in other than a legit-    sionaires requiring individual electric light and power ser-
imate and legal manner.                                          vice in their booths and stands will need to make appli-
                                                                 cation through the Administration Office. ONLY THE
Drunkenness, quarreling, or the use of profane or obscene
                                                                 OFFICIAL FAIR ELECTRICIANS MAY MAKE INSTAL-
language will not be allowed on the grounds. No begging
                                                                 LATIONS AND CONNECTIONS. ELECTRICAL
will be permitted.
                                                                 CHARGES WILL BE ESTIMATED.
No peddling, hawking or selling of any kind will be allowed
in the buildings or on the grounds except by special             Promiscuous advertising is strictly prohibited. Exhibitors
license obtained from the Manager.                               may advertise and distribute literature and free samples
                                                                 from their place of exhibit only, but may not sell any article
All dining areas, lunch stands, refreshment booths, and          or animal from their exhibit space without a permit from the
other places dispensing food and beverage must be sub-           manager. The distribution of advertising matter which con-
stantial in structure and neat in appearance. They must          flicts in any manner with a concession sold by the man-
meet all health regulations and must sell only good, whole-      agement is prohibited.
some food and pure honest goods at reasonable prices
which must be approved by the Fair management and dis-           No exhibit space assigned may be shared or sublet without
played in a prominent place. No soft drinks may be sold in       permission of the Fair manager.
glass bottles.
                                                                 The Fair management reserves the right to reject any
The management of the Fair reserves the right to                 exhibit which does not reflect merit and which would not
amend, add to and interpret the foregoing and follow-            be a credit to the exhibits which are deemed objection-
ing Rules and Regulations, and to arbitrarily settle and         able or unsuitable for exhibition. All entries are accepted
determine all questions and differences in regard                conditionally, pending inspection of the article or animal
thereto, or otherwise arising out of headnotes of the
                                                                 to be exhibited. Any article or animal which proves to be
various divisions and departments of the Fair, the lat-
                                                                 misrepresented or falsely
ter taking precedence.
                                                                 classed will be rejected
Disregard of any rule, misrepresentation on the part of the      and the right
exhibitor, concessionaire or patrons will forfeit all premiums   of the
won, privileges granted, fees paid, and rights to further par-   exhibitor
ticipation in the Fair.                                          to further
                                                                 participa-
The Fair will employ police, guards and traffic directors,       tion in the
and will use diligence to promote safety and protection of       Fair will be
patrons, and their exhibits and property on the                  denied.
Fairgrounds. But, under no circumstances will the Fair or

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            OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM                                                                                       OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM
      Cape Fear Fair & Expo Livestock Exposition                                                                Cape Fear Fair & Expo Livestock Exposition
                            For all Livestock and Poultry Entries                                                                     For all Livestock and Poultry Entries

Cape Fear Fair & Expo, please accept the following entries subject to the Rules                           Cape Fear Fair & Expo, please accept the following entries subject to the Rules
and Regulations in the 2008 Premium List by which I hereby agree to be                                    and Regulations in the 2008 Premium List by which I hereby agree to be
governed, and I further declare that all statements made in connection with said                          governed, and I further declare that all statements made in connection with said
entries are true.                                                                                         entries are true.
Exhibitors: If you are entering animals you do not own, state owner’s name.                               Exhibitors: If you are entering animals you do not own, state owner’s name.
Name ______________________________Telephone ___________________                                          Name ______________________________Telephone ___________________
Owner’s Name __________________________________________________                                           Owner’s Name __________________________________________________
Farm Name _____________________________________________________                                           Farm Name _____________________________________________________
Address ________________________________________________________                                          Address ________________________________________________________
Will Exhibit (number) __________________Animals in Livestock Exposition                                   Will Exhibit (number) __________________Animals in Livestock Exposition
Social Security Number____________________________________________                                        Social Security Number____________________________________________
Signature (your name as owner or agent) _____________________________                                     Signature (your name as owner or agent) _____________________________
Mail entry to Cindy McNally, 19428 HWY 210, Rocky Point NC 28457                                          Mail entry to Cindy McNally, 19428 HWY 210, Rocky Point NC 28457

    Dept., Ltr.       Age                                                                       Birth         Dept., Ltr.       Age                                                                       Birth
     & Class        Division        Breed         Sex        Name of Animal & Registry          Date           & Class        Division        Breed         Sex        Name of Animal & Registry          Date

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For additional information or entry forms, call 910-675-3223 or 910-540-3700                              For additional information or entry forms, call 910-675-3223 or 910-540-3700


                                        For office use only                                                                                       For office use only
   Date received_____________            Tag nos.       . _____________          ______________              Date received_____________            Tag nos.       . _____________          ______________
   Entered by:     _____________                         _____________           ______________              Entered by:     _____________                         _____________           ______________
   Date Entered _____________                            _____________           ______________              Date Entered _____________                            _____________           ______________
   Exhibitor No: _____________                           _____________           ______________              Exhibitor No: _____________                           _____________           ______________


(See premium list for all rules and regulations concerning livestock, including health regulations,       (See premium list for all rules and regulations concerning livestock, including health regulations,
release time, etc. Registration certificates must be available at all times for all purebred livestock)   release time, etc. Registration certificates must be available at all times for all purebred livestock)

								
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