Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair October 3_ 4 _ 5_ 2008

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					Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair October 3, 4 & 5, 2008
Exhibits may be brought in Thursday evening, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. or Friday morning 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Arena open to public: Friday: 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Saturday: 11:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

New this year - Townsend Amusements
MIDWAY - FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Friday Night Activities Entertainment - 7:00 p.m. Official opening - 8:00 p.m. Pork auction - 9:00 p.m. Hospitality booth Optimist Pub Night (Age of Majority Only) Saturday Activities Pet Show – 11:00 a.m. Horse show 1:00 p.m. Program in arena 1:00 p.m.

Agricultural Display OPTIMIST CHILDREN'S GAMES AND FOOD BOOTH Tug of war & bale rolling between Howick & Turnberry schools (Jr. & Sr. ) 3:00 p.m. Pedal Tractor Pull 1:30 p.m. Entertainment

Fair Admissions - Friday evening & Saturday: Adults $5.00 Children (elementary school age) $1.00 Preschool Free Sunday Church Service Mini tractor pull Midway

Further details to be announced.

Welcome to all!
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all of you to our 149th Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair. The Theme of our fair this year is “Country Harvest”. How appropriate and meaningful for our community to carry out such a theme! To harvest – is to gather. I would like to send a huge thanks to all the dedicated volunteers that make this astounding fair possible. Without the fair committees, directors and especially our secretary/treasurer, Marion Feldskov, this event would never happen. Also thank you to all the generous businesses and individuals who donate money and gifts for the prizes received by our exhibitors and also for the Chinese auction. Last but certainly not least, how could a fair take place without all the exhibitors? Their creativity and timeconsuming entries truly make the fair. Thanks to all of you. I hope each of you enjoy the many activities this 149th fair has to offer. There’s something for everyone – from the young to the young at heart! Richard Donaldson President


PAST PRESIDENTS OF HOWICK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1859 W.G. Walker 1962-63 Ron McMichael 1884 & 85 John Kaine* 1964-65 Robert Connell* 1886 - 97 J. H. Johnston* 1966-67 Wm. Wilson* 1916 & 17 James Downey* 1968-69 Glenn McMichael 1918 & 19 W.H. Gregg* 1970-71 Scott Clarkson* 1920 & 21 A.E. Toner* 1972-73 Oscar Kieffer* 1922 & 23 Elmer Fallis* 1974-75 Elmer Harding* 1924 & 25 Wm. Stinson* 1976-77 David Dinsmore 1926 & 27 Harvey Sparling* 1978-79 Norman Fairles 1928 & 29 Robert Graham* 1980-81 Stewart Rowley 1930 & 31 Thos. Lovell* 1982-83 Ted Fraser* 1932 & 33 R.F. Edgar* 1984-85 Ralph Dickson 1934 to 37 A.W. Keil* 1986-87 Rick McCann 1938 & 39 George Baker* 1988-89 Ron Douglas 1940 & 41 Norman Wade* 1990-91 Harry Winkel 1942 & 43 C.E. Gregg* 1992-93 Wendell Stamper 1944 & 45 John Winter* 1994-95 Bart Scherpenzeel 1946 & 47 Wm. Campbell* 1996-97 David Lockie 1948 & 49 Roy Strong* 1998-99 Alan Willits 1950 & 51 Robert Gibson* 2000-01 Alieda Murray 1952 & 53 Harold Robinson 2002-03 Murray Donaldson 1954 & 55 Irving Toner* 2004-05 Gordon McKeen 1956 & 57 Samuel J. Robinson* 2006-07 Bart Scherpenzeel 1958 & 59 John Strong* 1960 & 61 Norman Harding* *Deceased PAST PRESIDENTS - HOMECRAFT DIVISION 1955-56 Florence Gibson* 1982-83 Alieda Murray 1957-59 Mrs. Wm. Campbell* 1984-85 Leone Foerter 1960-61 Margaret Robinson* 1986-87 Clara Gibson 1962 - 67 Evelyn Wilson* 1988-89 Sharon Douglas 1968 - 69 Marian Johnston* 1990-91 Joyce Lockie 1970-71 Jean Clarkson 1992-93 Ethel McMichael 1972-73 Phyllis McMichael 1994-95 Gerda Meyer 1974-75 Ruth Harding 1996-97 Mary Lou Rowley 1976-77 Jean Dinsmore 1998-99 Shirley Hart 1978-79 Edna Fairles 2000 Freda Dennis* 1980-81 Sharon Agla 2001-02 Laurie Willits *Deceased 2003-04 Tracey deBoer 2005 -06 Carol Donaldson 1988 - 89 1990 - 91 1992 - 94 PAST PRESIDENTS - SCHOOL FAIR AliedaMurray 1995 -97 Susan Underwood Nancy Corrigan 1998-01 Carole Ann Klingenberg Mary Lou Rowley 1998 - 08 June Lise -3-

HOWICK-TURNBERRY FAIR QUEENS & AMBASSADORS 1971 -72 ElaineKieffer 1972-73 Elizabeth Neilson 1973-74 Nancy Brent 1974-75 Susan Bridge 1975-76 Elizabeth Armstrong 1976-77 Kim Baylor 1977-78 Twyla Dickson 1978-79 Barbara Harkness 1979-80 Mary Sanderson 1980-81 Janice McMichael 1981-82 Karen McMichael 1982-83 Diane McLean 1983-84 Kim Statia 1984-85 Coral Lockie 1985-86 Carole Hohenadel 1986-87 Michelle Statia 1987-88 Erika Hooftman 1988-89 Linda Wilson 1989-90 Janice Mann 1990-91 Carolyn Winkel 1991-92 Michelle Eadie 1992-93 Vicki Leppington 1993-94 Mary Feldskov 1994-95 Angela Howitt 1995-96 Richie Ople 1996-97 Heather Hall 1997-98 Rachel Jacques 1998-99 Melissa Noble 1999-00 Karen Prentice 2000-01 Grace King 2001-02 Stephanie Jacques 2002-03 Crystal Stewart 2003-04 Leonard Feldskov 2004-05 Lindsay Willits 2005-06 Alexandrea Peel 2006-07 Janine Stamper HOWICK-TURNBERRY FAIR AMBASSADOR 2007 - 08 EMILY DOUGLAS

Committee: Tammy Scherpenzeel, Mary Lou Rowley, June Lise The Ambassador Committee and the directors of the Howick Agricultural Society wish to thank Emily for representing our Fair this past year. We wish her well in all future endeavours. The 2008Competition will be held at the Howick Community Centre on Saturday, September 20. Time for speeches and announcement of 2008- 09 Ambassador to be announced.


HOWICK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Officers for 2008 Past President President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Superintendent of Grounds Superintendent of Hall Bart Scherpenzeel Richard Donaldson Laurie Willits Marion Feldskov Murray Donaldson Alieda Murray Alan Willits Laurie Willits

HONORARY DIRECTORS Mrs. J. Ferguson, Mrs. M. Taylor, H. Robinson, D. Dinsmore, Mrs. W. Nixon, Wm. Thornton, Mr. & Mrs. Warren Fines, L. Murray, Mrs. E. Harding DIRECTORS R. Shelley, E. McMichael, J. Dinsmore, L. Strong, W. Stamper, G. Meyer J. Mundell, J. Lise, M. Aeberhard, A. Willits, M. Pfeffer, M. Feldskov ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS R. deBoer, C. Feldskov, R. McMichael, G. McMichael, R. Douglas, N. Fairles, V. Zurbrigg, L. Reaman, P. Ash, K. Miller, L. Feldskov, L. Ash, O. Curtis, N. Elford HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS Past President President Vice President Carol Donaldson Marianne Aeberhard Grace Sanderson

Mrs. (G) Phyllis McMichael, Mrs. (R) Carol Shelley, Mrs. Clara Gibson, Mrs. (N) Edna Fairles, Mrs. (R.S) Lorraine Strong, Mrs. Jean Clarkson, Mrs. (W) Linda Miller, Ms. Kim Pfeffer, Mrs. (F) Marion Pfeffer, Mrs. (L) Leone Foerter, Mrs. (G) Velma Sothern, Mrs. (H) Judith Anne Douglas, Mrs(R) Sharon Douglas, Mrs. (H) Diane deJong, Mary Feldskov, Mrs. (W) Jean McGrath, Mrs. (B) Tammy Scherpenzeel, Mrs. (D) Esther Hallman, Mrs. (N) Angela Elford, Mrs. (R) Carolyn deBoer, Mrs. (T) Elly Emmerton, Mrs. Jocelyn Daunt, Mrs. (C) Stacey Feldskov, Mrs. (G) Bonnie McKeen, Tara Strong, Mrs. (P) Jody Ash, Mrs. Leone Crewson, Mrs. Anne Yeoman, Margaret Hogg, Mrs. Lovina Ruttan, Jenna Strong, Dana Aeberhard, Mrs. (W) Rosemary Rognvaldson, Mrs. (L) Elaine Ash, P. Penkauskas, Mrs. (G) Jean Klingenberg, Mrs. Gillian Fozard -5-

SCHOOL FAIR Past President President Secretary Assistant Secretary June Lise Linda Brunkard Marion Feldskov Ethel McMichael

SCHOOL FAIR DIRECTORS Mrs. (F) Melissa Heimpel, Mrs. (J) Roxanne Nicholson, Mrs. (M) Mary Hall Mrs. (K) Angela Meyer

RULES AND REGULATIONS PLEASE NOTE: ENTRY FORMS (except School Fair) MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO THE FAIR SECRETARY BEFORE PRIZE MONEY WILL BE PAID. 1. The annual membership fee for 2008 will be $5.00, with a membership card allowing admission to the grounds on Friday night OR Saturday. 2. Admission: - $5.00, Children (under 12) $1.00, Preschool free. The arena will be open to the public Friday evening, 7:00 p.m. Drivers and occupants of vehicles must have tickets. No one will be admitted who has not the necessary permit or ticket. LIVESTOCK EXHIBITORS - one helper and vehicle admitted free. 3. All exhibitors taking a prize of $5.00 or over must leave $5.00 in the hands of the secretary for next year's membership, and 10% extra will be retained on all accounts over $50.00; 15% will be retained on horses over $50.00. No single entry fee for horse entries. Exhibits may be brought into the arena Thursday, Oct. 2, 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., or Friday, Oct. 3, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Entries arriving after 12:00 noon will be disqualified. Judges take possession of the arena at 1:00 p.m. Livestock (horses excepted) must be on the grounds by 11:00 a.m., pets by 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Oct 4. 5. Tickets or ribbons indicate the following prizes: Red - 1st; Blue - 2nd; White - 3rd. No person shall be allowed to display any badges or prize tickets secured at other shows until such time as awards have been made . 6. No article or animal shall be removed from the arena or grounds until 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, without permission from the director in charge of the class. At this time, the arena will be cleared by the Directors, after which exhibitors will be admitted to remove their exhibits. PRIZE MONEY WILL BE FORFEITED IF EXHIBITS ARE REMOVED BEFORE 4:30 P.M., WITHOUT PERMISSION. 7. Horses must be entered and on the grounds before 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. 8. Animals are allowed to compete only in the class and section in which they are first entered. 9. The judges shall have it in their power to withold a premium in cases where they do not deem the animal or article exhibited worthy of one. -6-

10. All stock, produce and other articles exhibited are at the risk of the owners. 11. All exhibitors showing stock, produce, or other articles not their own property or of their own manufacture shall forfeit all prizes awarded to them, but horses may be legally leased. 12. All samples of grain, seed, roots and garden productions must have been grown the present season on land owned or rented by the party entering the same. 13. No person shall be allowed to enter for exhibition more than one specimen of any section of a class. This rule applies to all kinds of grain, vegetable produce, fruit and manufactured articles. In the case of horses, only two entries may be made in any one section of the class. 14. All exhibitors have the right to protest against the decision of the judge if they consider that there is not justice done to them. All protests must be in writing to the president, accompanied by a $2.00 deposit, within an hour of the decision of the judge. If the said protest is not sustained, the said amount will be retained by the Agricultural Society. The president and two vice- presidents shall constitute a committee to determine such protests. 15. In all cases where disputes have arisen and have been deferred to directors, the decision of the director is final. 16. Any person who shall attempt to interfere with the judges or officers of the Society while in discharge of their duties, or shall on the premises of the Society use any contemptuous or abusive language, shall be immediately removed from the grounds and shall forfeit all prizes to which he would otherwise be entitled, and may further be disqualified from competing at the Society's show for one or more years, at the discretion of the directors. 17. No person shall be allowed to ride or drive horses on the show grounds faster than a walk except in the prize ring, on the penalty of immediate removal from the show grounds. All juniors must wear appropriate safety hats. HORSES MUST BE SHOWN IN THE RING BEFORE PRIZE MONEY WILL BE PAID. 18. In the case of bad or unfavourable weather, or other reasons causing the receipts to fall short of paying expenses and all prizes in full, a proportionate amount, exclusive of membership, will be deducted from such prizes to enable the directors to balance the accounts without loss to the Society. The directors feel that this course is the most equitable and fair that can be adopted, and any deduction will fall proportionately on those participating in the amounts collected, and not leave the whole sum to be a debt to bear heavily on the Society, and thus impair its usefulness. 19. The Society shall not be responsible for any loss, damage or accident occurring to any person or property on the fair grounds during the fair. While the officers and directors of this Society will use every available means of preventing accidents in and about the grounds, it must be strictly understood that all persons going into or upon the show grounds must personally assume all risk of accidents or injury from accidents, or from any cause whatsoever. -7-

HOG CARCASS COMPETITION The Carcass Competition & Pork Auction has grown to be one of the highlights of the fair. Entry: One hog of market weight, the first 15 entries accepted. Final date for entry is September 22, 2008. Assembly date to be announced. Trophy donated by North Wellington Co-op. Prizes for above: $50, 30, 21, 19, 17, 15, 12. Prizes donated by Molesworth Farm Supply, North Wellington Co-op The Agricultural Society appreciates the support at last year's auction. A special thank you to those purchasing prize winning cuts. This year's auction will be held on Friday, Oct. 3, 2008, at 9:00 p.m. For further information, contact Ron Douglas, 327-8558 AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY Committee: Bart Scherpenzeel, Wendell Stamper, John Mundell, Richard Donaldson, Christian Feldskov Display is sponsored by the Howick Agricultural Society. HORSES Committee: D. Dinsmore, G. McMichael, M. Donaldson, Rosettes awarded up to 5th prize. Horse classes shown as listed. Only horses entering the ring will receive prize money. Juniors must wear appropriate safety head gear. In the event of inclement weather the morning of the fair, please listen to CKNX AM920for announcements, or phone 519-335-3883 before starting out. 1. Open Halter $10, 8, 6, 5,5 2. Jr. Showmanship (18 & under) $10, 8, 6, 5, 5 3. Adult Showmanship $10, 8, 6, 5, 5 4. Lead Line (under 7 years) $3, 3, 3, 3, 3 5. Walk, trot (jog) (8 - 10 years) $3, 3, 3, 3, 3 6. Western Pleasure $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 7. Equitation (13 years & under) English or Western (1st) gift donated by Dave & Jean Dinsmore, 2nd $5, 3rd $4, 4th $3, 5th $3 8. Equitation (14 - 18 years) English or Western (1st) gift donated by Richard & Carolyn deBoer, 2nd $5, 3rd $ 4, 4th $ 3, 5th $ 3 9. Adult Equitation, English or Western 10. English Pleasure $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 11. Hunter Hack $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 12. Jack Benny Pleasure (39 years & over) $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 13. Open costume (horse must be ridden) $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 14. Open Command $15, 12, 10, 8, 8 15. Open Novelty $8, 7, 6, 5, 5 16. Barrel Racing $15, 12, 10, 6, 6 17. Trail Class $15, 12, 10, 5, 5 Major contributors to above classes, Bruce Tile & Gray’s Auction Service, Listowel Veterinary Clinic -8-

GRAIN - Class B Committee: B. Scherpenzeel, M. L. Rowley, L. Feldskov Note: All varieties of grain to be named and purity of seed to be considered in judging. All grain and seed to be grown in 2006 season. 1. Half bushel hard Winter Wheat 2. Half bushel soft Winter Wheat 3. Half bushel Spring Wheat 4. Half bushel Barley 5. Half bushel Mixed Grain 6. 5 lb. dry hay, 1st cut 7. 5 lb. dry hay, 2nd cut 8. 5 lb. haylage, in plastic bag 9. Soybeans, 6 stalks 10. Half bushel white beans 11. 6 stalks ensilage corn 12. 6 cobs Grain Corn Prizes for above: (1 - 12) $5, 3, 2 Prize money for classes 1 - 12 donated by Agre Farms and Underwood Grain Ltd. Note: Sheaves to be 6" in diameter, name and variety attached to sheaf. 13. Sheaf Fall Wheat 14. Sheaf White Oats 15. Sheaf Barley Prizes for above (13 - 15) $5, 3, 2 FIELD CROP COMPETITION HAY, BARLEY, MIXED GRAIN, SOY BEANS, WINTER HARD RED WHEAT, WINTER SOFT WHITE WHEAT, SPRING WHEAT, CORN - ENSILAGE & GRAIN Committee: Wendell Stamper Prizes: $800 to be divided between the eight competitions. Each competitor who completes the competition (field score & exhibit at the fair) will receive prize money. In order to qualify for prize money, competitors must exhibit half bushel of seed from the same field in case of barley, mixed grain, wheat, (grain must be bin run, must not be cleaned) , 12 cobs corn from the same field in grain corn competition, 6 stalks of corn from the judged field in the ensilage class, 10 inch section (or equivalent) of hay in a box for the hay competition, and 6 stalks soy beans. SPECIALS: Highest total score in each competition (in the event of a tie, the prize is awarded to the top field score) Barley – voucher for SeCan Barley seed, donated by Bramhill Seeds Ltd. Ensilage corn – voucher toward purchase of Novartis corn seed donated by Connell Farms -9-

Grain corn - cash prize donated by William A. Bennett & Sons Ltd. Soy Beans - voucher toward purchase of Pioneer Soy Bean seed, donated by Rod Wright Mixed Grain - 2 - 25 kg. bags Certified Cereal Mixture, donated by Connell Farms Inc. Hay - cash prize donated by Cargill Fertilizer, Harriston Wheat - $50 voucher donated by Boyd’s Farm Supply Harold Gibson Memorial Trophy: Scores for each competitor entering in at least 3 competitions will be averaged. Highest overall score will determine the Champion Field Crop competitor for 2008. ROOTS & VEGETABLES - Class C Committee: Gordon McKeen (357-3209), Judith Ann Douglas (335-3802) Root Crops may be washed or cleaned with a dry cloth (scrubbing is prohibited). Taproot and at least ½ inch (2 cm.) of top to be left intact. 1. 6 beans, green 2. 6 beans, yellow 3. 4 beets, long (cylinder) 4 4 beets, pickling, 1-1/2" diameter 5. 5 beets, table slicing 6 Cabbage, 2 heads, green 7. Cabbage, 2 heads, red 8. 6 carrots, long 9. 6 carrots, short, not to exceed 10 cm. (4") 10. Cauliflower, 1 head 11. 2 citrons 12. 2 cucumbers, green 13. 2 cucumbers, pickling, not to exceed 10 cm. (4") 14. 2 cucumbers, slicing, English or cylinder 15. 2 cucumbers, ripe 16. Dill, 3 heads (bunched) 17. Garlic, 2 heads 18. Kale, 2 heads (flowering kale not eligible) 19. 2 kohlrabi 20. 3 leeks 21. 6 onions, Dutch sets 22. 6 onions, multipliers 23. 6 onions, Spanish 24, 3 parsnips 25. 3 peppers, green 26. 3 peppers, red 27. 3 peppers, yellow - 10 -

28 3 peppers, “hot”, (1 of each kind) 29. 10 potatoes, red, to be identified as to variety 30. 10 potatoes, white, to be identified as to variety 31. 10 potatoes, yellow ,to be identified as to variety 32. 2 pumpkins, field 33. 2 pumpkins, pie 34. Rhubarb, 5 stems 35. 2 squash, buttercup, to be identified as to variety 36. 2 squash, butternut, to be identified as to variety 37. 2 squash, hubbard, to be identified as to variety 38. 2 squash, pepper (acorn), to be identified as to variety 39. 2 squash, spaghetti, to be identified as to variety 40. 6 tomatoes, cherry, red, stems on 41. 6 tomatoes, cherry, green, stems on 42. 6 tomatoes, green, stems on 43. 6 tomatoes, red, stems on 44. 6 tomatoes, plum(Roma or paste) 45. 1 zucchini, no longer than 30 cm. (12") Prizes for above (1 -45) $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 46. Collection of gourds in 6 qt. basket $10.00, 5.00, 3.00 47. Collection of root vegetables, 3 of each $10.00, 5.00, 3.00 48. Display of collection of fall vegetables, 3' x 4' space alloted, Old utensils may be used. $15.00, 10.00, 5.00 Special Most points may be won in one category only. Most points, (1 - 45) cash prize donated by Heritage Builders Most points (46 - 48) cash prize donated by Wylie Insurance Brokers. 49. Open to anyone - largest pumpkin, by weight - $25, 15, 10 donated by Wilson Electric 50. Open to anyone - painted pumpkin, judged on design only, $5, 3, 2, donated Gordon and Bonnie McKeen 51. Fall Puffball Hunt Competition: largest puffball (by diameter measurement) $15, 10, 7 52. Smallest puffball (by diameter measurement) $5 Prize money for 51 & 52 donated by Directors. 53. Strangest vegetable $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 54. Longest zucchini $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 Special First time vegetable exhibitor with Most Points - cash prize donated by Floyd & Liz Allan

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FRUIT - Class D Committee: Gordon McKeen, Judith Ann Douglas, Owen Curtis Apples - 5 of each 1. Wealthy 2. Northern Spy 3. Sparton 4. Red Delicious 5. Golden Delicious 6. Courtland 7. Ida Red 8. McIntosh Red 9. Crab apples, any variety Other fruits 10. 6 plums, black or purple 11. 6 pears, yellow 12. 6 pears, green 13. 2 musk melon (cantaloupe) Prizes for above: (1 - 12) $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 14. Display of Ontario Fruit, at least 5 different species of fruits, purchased or homegrown., $10, 5, 3 donated by Sam’s General Store. Special: Most points in Class D (1 - 14) gift certificate donated by Hodgins TimbrMart, Wingham.

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PLANTS & FLOWERS - Class E Committee: Clara Gibson (335-3750), Jean Dinsmore, Diane deJong, Grace Sanderson, Ronna Lee Johnson ***All exhibits must be in the hall by 12:00 noon on Friday, and may not be removed before 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. ***Plants must be well established in pots. Those lifted from the garden and potted will be disqualified. ***Artificial flowers used only where stated ***A bud showing colour is considered a bloom, can be removed by cutting ***Home grown flowers only in arrangements. No greenhouse varieties. ***Exhibitors may refer to new ONTARIO JUDGING STANDARDS, available from OMAF, Guelph, Ontario 1. Glad, 1 spike 2. Asters, 3 blooms 3. (a) Dahlia, 1 bloom, under 7.5 cm. (b) Dahlia, 1 bloom, over 7.5 cm. 4. Dahlia, 3 stems, dwarf, under 7.5 cm. 5. Dahlia, 3 stems, pom poms 6. (a) Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays, one colour, large and full (b) Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays, one colour, semi-double (c) Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays, miniature 7. Rose, Hybrid Tea, 1 bloom with its own foliage 8. Rose, Floribunda, 1 spray, with its own foliage 9. Petunias, single, 3 sprays, one colour, with their own foliage 10. Petunias, double, 3 sprays, one colour, with their own foliage 11. Zinnias, 5 large 12. Zinnias, 5 small, 5 cm. and under, any variety 13. Marigolds, African, 5 blooms, large, double, one colour 14. Marigolds, French, 5 blooms, double, variegated 15. Daisies, mixed container of any daisy-like flower 16. Sedum, 3 stems, one colour Prizes for above (1 - 16) $1.00, .75, .50 17. Begonia, foliage, no bloom 18. Begonia, Tuberous, potted, one or more tuber in one container, in bloom 19. Fibrous begonia, Busy Lizzie type 20. Impatiens plant, potted, can be more than one plant in pot 21. Baby tears 22. Flowering houseplant, named 23. Potted geranium, in bloom 24. Potted geranium, in bloom, ivy 25. Potted coleus plant 26. African Violet, single crown, single bloom 27. African Violet, single crown, double or semi-double bloom 28. Miniature African Violet Prizes for above (17 - 28) $1.25, 1.00, .75 29. “Take a flower break” - dried arrangement in a small coffee pot 30. “Green Belt” - an all green arrangement using indoor or outdoor plant material – - 13 -


Potted plant, FOLIAGE ONLY, one variety, named Collection of potted herbs, 3 varieties, named, housegrown An arrangement featuring Rudebeckia “Down by the Riverside” Your interpretation of a water-viewing arrangement 35. Pansies in a bowl or vase, with own foliage Prize s for above (29 - 35) $1.50, 1.00, .75 36. "Summer Splendour", an all round arrangement, white container 37. "White's Beautiful", an arrangement using all white flowers, in a white vase 38. “The end of a Perfect Day” - a design in a pedestal container, featuring a candle 39. "Harmony in Pink", an arrangement in shades of pink, with a teapot as a container 40. “Something on the Wild Side” Arrangement of colourful materials found along the roadside 41. "Harvest Best", a fresh design in a miniature pumpkin or gourd 42. “Flowers for Baby” 43. "Flower Garden Glory", an arrangement using colourful cut flowers 44. “Reap the Harvest", an arrangement using flowers and any Ontario fruit or vegetable. Container to count 45. “Wasn’t that a Party?” - an arrangement for a man, in a beer mug or beer stein 46. “Solitaire” - a design featuring a single bloom 47. "Mumma Mia", a fresh design using only mums 48. "You are My Sunshine", song title, your interpretation, accessories may be used 49. “Along our Bi-ways” - a wild vertical design 50. "Midnight Madness", an arrangement in a black container 51. “A Walk in the Woods” - a design incorporating weathered wood 52. "Farmer's Delight", an arrangement of sunflowers in a straw hat 53. “Garden Gems” - A miniature arrangement. Container should be no more than 3.25 cm. high or wide. Arrangement not to exceed 12.7 cm. in any direction Prizes for above (36 - 52) $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 54. "Sweet Sixteen", an arrangement for girls room, not over 20 cm. in any direction, using pink flowers 55. "Witching Hour", an arrangement for a Halloween Party, yellow/orange, fresh flowers and foliage, no evergreens. 56. “Our Heritage” - a design incorporating an article from days gone by 57. "Flowers in the “Darndest Thing", container and design considered 58. Your interpretation of the fair theme, “Country Harvest” Accessories may be used 59. A design using Grains for background material. Flowers, accessories and container considered. Prizes for above (54 - 59) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00

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*****Note: Most points may be won in one category only*****

Most points (1 – 16) Voucher donated by Listowel Greenhouses Most points (17 – 28) cash prize donated by Steve's Landscaping Most points (29 – 35) cash prize donated by Jan Wallace, Broker, Re-Max Land Exchange Brokers Ltd. Most points (36 – 53) Voucher donated by Great Canadian Landscaping Most Points (54 – 59) Voucher donated by Listowel Landscaping Most points overall, Voucher donated by Riverbend Garden, Wroxeter

CULINARY ARTS - Class F Committee: Velma Sothern (335-6255), Lorraine Strong, Leone Foerter, Carol Shelley, Sharon Douglas, Jean McGrath, Tara Strong, Jean Klingenberg, Jenna Strong ***All exhibits must be in the hall by 12:00 noon on Friday, and may not be removed before 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. Bottled Goods: All entries for fruit and pickles must be in new, sealed MASON or BERNARDIN pint\500 ml. jars. Entry tags must be fastened on jars with elastic bands, not on rings. Collections must be on firm trays. FRUIT PRESERVES: 1. Peaches 2. Pears 3. Strawberries 4. Fruit cocktail 5. Applesauce 6. Red Cherries 7. Stewed tomatoes 8. Raspberries PICKLES AND CONDIMENTS: 9. Chili sauce 10 Fruit relish 11. Hot dog relish 12 Vegetable Juice, recipe to be included 13. Whole Dill pickled beans 14. Bread & butter pickles 15. Sweet Baby Dill pickles, whole 16. Sweet cucumber pickles, sliced 17. Cooked Salad dressing 18. Whole pickled beets 19. Whole pickled corn 20. Mild salsa (no meat) 21. Hot salsa (no meat) 22. Spaghetti sauce (no meat) 23. Pickled eggs, sealed jar 24. Zucchini relish Prizes for above (1 - 23) $2.00, 1.50, 1.00


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All cooked entries in MASON or BERNARDIN 8 oz/250 ml jars, no wax. All freezer entries in 6 - 8 oz. GLASS container 25. Strawberry jam 26. Raspberry jam 27. Blueberry jam 28. Apple jelly 29. Hard times jelly (peach skins and stones) 30. Grape jelly 31. Rhubarb - Pineapple jam 32. Peach freezer jam 33. 3-Fruit marmalade 34. Orange marmalade Prizes for above (25 - 34) $2.00, 1.50, 1.00 Home Canning Collections: 35. A “Housewarming” basket to welcome a new neighbour - to contain 2 jams and 2 jellies in uniform jars, complement as you wish, appearance only to be judged 36. “Country Harvest” collection of home-made jams or jellies, in uniform jars and preserves in pint jars, minimum of 4 jars, complement as you wish to celebrate our fair theme. Appearance only to be judged. Prizes for above (35, 36) $10.00, 6.00, 4.00 HOME BAKING: ***All baking must be in plastic bags BREADS AND ROLLS No mixes, standard loaf pan size (mi n. 8" x 4" x 2-1/2", max. 9"x5"x3") NO WARM BAKING 37. White bread loaf 38. Whole wheat bread loaf 39. Egg bread loaf 40. Raisin bread loaf 41. Fruit bread loaf 42. Breadmaker white loaf 43. Breadmaker whole wheat loaf 44. Breadmaker 60% whole wheat loaf 45. Light rye bread 46. 3 Whole Wheat plain rolls, baked seperately, not attached 47. 3 Chelsea buns Prizes for above (37 - 47) $4.00, 3.00, 2.00 48. Whole wheat Bread Special:. One loaf of 60% whole wheat bread, using 3 cups whole wheat flour and 2 cups white flour. The winner of this class will bake a loaf of whole wheat bread for a district competition, and if a winner there, for the whole wheat bread competition at the Ontario competition in February. Prizes for above (48) $5, $3, $2, - 16 -


To be baked and shown with No papers 49. 3 Cranberry scones 50. 3 Raisin tea biscuits 51. 3 banana muffins, plain 52. 3 bran muffins, with fruit 53. 3 carrot pineapple muffins, with nuts 54. 3 pumpkin muffins. plain 55. 3 oatmeal date muffins Prizes for above (49 - 55) $3.00, 2.00, 1.00 56. 6 muffins - 3 varieties, other than previously mentioned Prizes for above (56) $4.00, 3.00, 2.00 LOAVES - No mixes- standard loaf pan size (min. 8"x 4"x 2-1/2", Max. 9"x 5"x 3") 57. Banana nut loaf 58. Applesauce loaf, plain 59. Lemon loaf, plain 60. Pumpkin loaf, plain 61. Zucchini loaf, with spices and raisins 62. Date nut loaf 63. Cherry loaf, plain Prizes for above (57 - 63) $4.00, 3.00, 2.00 64. 3 varieties of fruit loaf, yeast or quick bread, other than previously mentioned. 2 slices of each, displayed on a suitable plate, ready to serve to a guest. Prizes $5.00, 4.00, 3.00 CAKES Single layer - Flat, 8 - 9", No mixes 65. Carrot pineapple cake, cream cheese icing, single layer 66. Queen Elizabeth cake 67. Tomato soup cake, iced, single layer 68. Banana cake, iced, single layer 69. Applesauce raisin cake, iced, single layer 70. Chocolate zucchinni cake, iced, single layer 71. Orange raisin cake, iced, single layer 72. Chocolate cake, iced, single layer Layered Cakes, No mixes 73. Spice layer cake, iced 74. Chocolate layer cake, iced 75. Light layer cake, iced Cakes, High, No mixes 76. Lemon chiffon cake, uniced 77. Chocolate chiffon cake, uniced 78. Confetti angel cake, uniced Cakes, other 79. Gumdrop cake, uniced, approximately 1 lb. 80. Light fruit cake, uniced, approximately 1 lb. 81. Dark fruit cake, uniced, approximately 1 lb. Prizes for above (65 - 81) $5.00, 4.00, 3.00 - 17 -

TARTS - 3 of each on a plate, in plastic bag

82. Cherry tarts 83 Raspberry Coconut tarts 84. Plain butter tarts, no fruit 85. Walnut butter tarts, no fruit 86. Strawberry tarts SQUARES - 1-1/2" size, 3 of each on a plate, in plastic bag 87. Brownies, iced 88. Dream squares 89. Nanaimo squares 90. Unbaked squares 91. Plate of squares, 3 varieties, 2 of each, other than previously mentioned Prizes for above (82 - 91) $4.00, 3.00, 2.00 COOKIES - 3 of each on a plate, in plastic bag 92. Ginger cookies, pressed 93. Peanut butter cookies, pressed 94. Chocolate chip cookies, dropped 95. Coconut macaroons, dropped 96. Shortbread cookies 97. Cereal cookies, dropped 98. Sugar cookies 99. Low calorie chocolate chip cookies, (recipe to be included) Prizes for above (92 - 99) $4.00, 3.00, 2.00 PIES - 8 - 9" plate, in plastic bag 100. Pecan pie 101. Pumpkin pie 102. Raisin Pie, crumb top 103. Dutch apple pie 104. Apple pie, with spice, lattice top 105. Rhubarb pie, 2 crusts 106. Mock apple pie, crumb top 107. Cherry pie, 2 crusts Prizes for above: (100- 107) $5.00, 4.00, 3.00 FUDGE AND CANDY - 3 - 1" square pieces of each (unless otherwise stated) on plate, in plastic bag 108. Vanilla cream nut fudge, 109. 3 nut clusters 110. Chocolate fudge, plain 111. 3 pieces Microwave peanut brittle Prizes for above (108 - 111) $3.00, 2.00, 1.00 PASTRY COMPETITION 112. Baked, empty pie shell 113. 3 baked empty tart shells Prizes for above (112, 113) $3.00, 2.00, 1.00 - 18 -


114. Chinese Chews – must use following recipe, exhibit 3 Chews on a plate, in a plastic bag 2/3 c. flour 1 c. chopped dates 1 tsp. Baking powder 1 c. walnut pieces ¼ tsp. Salt 2 eggs,well beaten ¾ c. sugar 1 tsp. Vanilla Sift flour, baking powder and salt together. Add sugar, dates and nuts. Stir in eggs and vanilla. Spread bout ½ inch thick in well greased 9” square pan. Bake at 325 for 25-30 minutes. Cut into 1-1/2” squares, roll into balls, and dredge with fine sugar. 115. Maple Oat Squares – must use following recipe, exhibit 3 squares 1-1/2” squares on a plate, in a plastic bag 1/3 c. butter ¼ c. wheat germ 1 c. maple syrup ¼ c. walnuts 2 c. quick cooking rolled oats 1 egg In a medium saucepan, bring butter and syrup to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Continue cooking 3 minutes. Remove from heat and add remaining indredients, mix well. Spread evenly in greased 9” square pan. Bake at 375 for 15 – 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool and cut in 1-1/2” squares. 116. Oat Bran Banana Muffins – must use following recipe, no papers, exhibit 3 muffins on a plate, in a plastic bag 2 egg, slightly beaten 1 c. whole wheat flour ½ c. milk 1 tsp. Baking soda 1 c. vegetable oil 1 tsp. Baking powder ½ c. white sugar 1 c. oat bran 1 c. mashed bananas ½ c. raisins 1 tsp. Vanilla Combine, eggs, milk, oil, sugar, bananas and vanilla. Mix well. In another bowl, mix together flour, baking soda, baking powder, oat bran and raisins. Stir into egg mixture, mixing only until combined. Spoon in greased muffin cups. Bake at 400 for 20 – 25 minutes, or until firm to the touch. 117. Chocolate Oatmeal Cupcakes – must use following reicpe, no papers, exhibit 3 cupcakes, on a plate, in a plastic bag ½ c. oatmeal ½ c. shortening ½ c. brown sugar Mix above ingredients, and pour over 1c. Boiling water . Let cool 1 c. all purpose flour 1 tsp. Baking powder 1 tsp. Baking soda 2 tbsp. Cocoa Blend together dry ingredients, Add 2 beaten eggs 1 tsp. Vanilla and first mixture. Batter will be thin. Bake at 350 for 20 25 min. - 19 -


“Bake and Take” Raisin Cake – must use following recipe, exhibit

entire cake. 1-1/2 c. raisins ½ tsp. Nutmeg 2 c. boiling water ¼ tsp. Cloves ½ c. shortening ¼ tsp. allspice ¾ c. sugar ½ tsp. Salt 1 egg 1 c. chopped walnuts 1 tsp. Baking soda 1 tsp. vanilla 2 c. flour Add boiling water to raisins in saucepan. Cover and boil 5 min. Drain and reserve ¾ c. raisin liquid and cool in shallow bowl. Cream shortening and sugar well, add egg and beat. Sift flour, baking soda, spices and salt. Add alternately with cooled raisin liquid and vanilla. Fold in nuts and raisins. Turn into greased 8” square pan. If not Teflon, line bottom with waxed paper. Bake at 350 for about 35 min. 119. “Country Harvest” - 5 recipes prepared to illustrate Howick Townships' “Country Harvest”. Labelled and attractively displayed on a firm tray. Appearance and presentation ONLY to be judged. Prizes for above (114 – 119) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTESTS All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using the sponsors products. A product label must accompany each entry as proof of purchase. NOTE:** Dr. Oetker requires only one proof of purchase from either Dr. Oetker Original Vanilla sugar or Baking powder. ACH Foods require proof of purchase from either Mazola Corn Oil or Bee Hive Syrup. All entries will be judged on appearance, texture, creativity of recipe and presentation. Decision of the judge will be final. All first place winners must submit recipe and proof of purchase with entry. Photograph and signed release form must be provided before removing entry from the arena, giving permission to the sponsors for use of thewinners' name, recipe and or photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment. ****A PRODUCT LABEL, RECIPE AND EXHIBITORS PHOTOGRAPH must accompany each entry**** 120. CERTO Best Jam/Jelly contest – Enter your favourite jam/jelly made using CERTO (see above rules) Prizes for above (120) 1st - $15.00 + CERTOGift certificate; 2nd - $10.00 + CERTO gift certificate; 3rd - $4.00 121. FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST Open Bread Contest – Bake your favourite loaf using Fleischmann's Yeast (see above rules) Prizes for above (121) 2st - $12.00 + FLEISCHMANN'S Gift; 2nd - $8.00 + FLEISCHMANN'S gift; 3rd - $4.00

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FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST “YOUTH” Best bread Contest –

Youth under 16 – bake your favourite loaf using Fleischmann's Yeast (see above rules) Prizes for above (122) 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00 , 3rd - $4.00 123. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR Best Family Favourite Recipe Contest – bake your favourite cake using Robin Hood products (see above rules) Prizes for above (123) 1st - $20.00 gift certificate, 2nd - $10.00 gift certificate, 3rd - $4.00 124. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR “BEGINNERS” Best Lunchbox Snack Contest - 12 years and under – Bake your favourite squares or bars using Robin Hood products. (see above rules) Exhibit 3 (1-1/2 inch) squares/bars on a plate, in a plastic bag. Prizes for above(124) 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 125. TENDERFLAKE Best Pie Contest – Bake your favourite pie using Tenderflake products. (see above rules) Prizes for above (125) 1st , 2nd & 3rd – Tenderflake gifts 126. DR. OETKER Baking Contest – Bake your favourite cookies (not already listed in the prize list) using Dr. Oetker vanilla sugar or baking powder. (see above rules Prizes for above (126) 1st - $12.00 + Dr. Oetker gift; 2nd - $8.00 + Dr. Oetker gift; 3rd - $4.00 127. MAZOLA/BEE HIVE Baking Contest – Bake your favourite cake loaf using Mazola corn oil or Bee Hive corn syrup (see above rules) Prizes for above (127) 1st - $12.00 + Mazola/Bee Hive gift; 2nd - $8.00 + Mazola/ Bee Hive gift; 3rd - $4.00 128. CRISCO Best Family Favourite Recipe Contest – Bake your favourite muffins (not already listed in the prize list) using Crisco products (see above rules). Exhibit 3 muffins on a plate, in a plastic bag. Prizes for above (128) 1st - $20.00 Crisco gift certificate; 2nd - $10.00 Crisco gift certificate; 3rd - $4.00 129. EAGLE BRAND Family Favourite Recipe Contest – Bake your favourite squares (not already listed in the prize list) using Eagle Brand products (see above rules) Exhibit 3 (1-1/2 inch) squares on a plate, in a plastic bag. Prizes for above (129) 1st - $20.00 Eagle Brand gift certificate; 2nd - $10.00 Eagle Brand gife certificate; 3rd $4.00 BERNARDIN CANNING AWARDS 130. BERNARDIN “BEST OF SHOW” Home Canning Award – Highest total points when scores of classes 1 – 34 (Bottled goods) are added. Exhibitors must have made a minimum of 3 home canning entries – one in each category of 1) James & Jellies 2) Pickles & Condiments 3) Fruit preserves. *Bernardin MASON JARS and lids must be used* Prizes for above (130) 1st - $20.00 $20.00 BERNARDIN gift certificate 131. BERNARDIN Best Jam/Jelly Contest – Your favourite Jam (not already listed in the prize list) made with BERNARDIN Fruit Pectin product. Proof of Purchase (UPC) Symbol) must accompany entry. Bernardin - 21 -

lids must be used.

Prizes for above (131) 1st - $10.00 BERNARDIN gift certificate; 2nd - $4.00; 3rd - $2.00 132. BERNARDIN Gift Pack Competition – must include at least 3 filled Bernardin jars, sealed with Bernardin snap lids, and be submitted in a creative presentation, not necessarily a basket. Taste to be judged. May include any appropriate additional items such as soap, candles, candy, soup mixes, etc. ***GIFT PACK ENTRY MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY 1) PROOF OF PURCHASE (UPC SYMBOL) 2) WRITTEN DESCRIPTION/COST AND 3) PHOTO OF GIFT PACK WITHOUT CELLO WRAP, APPROPRIATE FOR SUBMISSION TO THE NATIONAL BERNARDIN GIFT BASKET CONTEST*** Prizes for above (132) 1st - $10.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate; 2nd - $6.00 3rd - $4.00 133. Lady Directors Special: Rhubarb Upside Down cake – recipe to be included with entry. Prizes for above (133) 1st - $10.00; 2nd - $6.00; 3rd - $4.00 ***NOTE*** High Point Awards can only be won in one category, except for overall high point. 134. Most points in Bottled Goods (1 – 24) Prize donated by Zehrs Food Plus, Listowel 135. Most points in Jams/Jellies (25 – 34) Prize donated by Food Basics, Listowel 136. Most points in Breads and Rolls (37 – 47) Prize donated by Nally's Irish Bar, Listowel 137. Most points in Biscuits, Muffins, and Loaves (49 – 64) Prize donated by The Bare Necessities, Fordwich 138. Most points in Cakes (65 – 81) Prize donated by Wroxy's Family Restaurant, Wroxeter 139. Most points in Tarts, Squares and Cookies (82 – 99) Prize donated by The Bookery Cafe, Listowel 140. Most Points in Pies, Fudge and Candy (110 – 113) Prize donated by Dean's Valu Mart, Wingham 141. Most points in 2005 Fair Theme Competition (114-119) Prize donated by Kitchen Cupboard & Icebox, Listowel 142. Most points in Culinary Arts Class ( 1 – 119) Prize donated by Wingham Foodland, Wingham


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Committee: Rosemary Rognvaldson (335-3850) Linda Miller, Jocelyn Daunt, Gillian Fozard, Jean Clarkson, Phyllis McMichael, Leone Crewson, Marg Hogg, Anne Yoeman, Brenda Bunker, Tracey deBoer ***All entries must be in the hall by 12:00 noon on Friday, and may not be removed before 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor. Judges are authorized by the Directors of the Society to discard all soiled, defective or old work and award the prize to new and up-to-date work. When there is no competition in a class, the prize will be witheld unless the work is worthy. ***Work must not be shown more than two years, must be clean and new. Sample of material must be attached or work will be disqualified. Please use safety pins to attach entry tag. Pictures will be taken of all entries as a permanent record for the Directors. Sewing Corner (Samples must be attached) Adult and Children's Wear 1. Child’s denim outfit 2. Sleep pants 3. Child's skating outfit 4. Halloween costume, child 5. Baby bunting, cuddle bag, for a car seat 6. Christening gown/flower girl dress/1st communion or graduation dress 7. Child’s night wear 8. Child’s dress 9. Child’s garment, polar fleece Prizes for above (1 - 9) $2.25, 1.25, 1.00 Theme: “Country Harvest” 10. Full size bib apron, emphasizing theme 11. Decorated denim shirt, adult, featuring theme 12 Table runner featuring the theme 13. Any article featuring the theme Home Accessories (smples must be attached) 14. Placemats, 2 of any kind, machine done 15. 2 Hot dish mats, sewn 16. 2 potholders, sewn 17. Christmas tree skirt, sewn 18. Halloween trick or treat bag, sewn 19. Apron, sewn 20. Baby blanket, sewn 21. Any article sewn from 1 metre, any width, non quilted fabric, not previously listed 22. Cloth doll, dressed 23. Laundry bag, suitable for college student -23 -

24. Table cover, sewn

25. Article made from old blue jeans 26. Back pack, book bags or tote bag suitable for a walker, fabric, sewn 27. Quilted article, not a quilt 28. Pieced and quilted wall hanging, hand done 29. Lug a Mug Bag 30. Article made from recycled fabric Cushion Corner (samples must be attached) 31. Cushion, pre printed panel 32. Cushion, any other kind 33. Ring bearer’s cushion Prizes for above (10 - 33) $1.75, 1.25, 1.00 34. Special:” Quilt for a child’s room, minimum 58" x 90" $10.00 prize, donated by Ruth Harding Quilts (Samples must be attached) Must not be shown more than 2 years. Must be clean and new. Must be hand-quilted, unless otherwise specified. ***Note: Each quilt entry must have attached the name of the quilt design, and where applicable, the name of the pattern designer (traditional quilts, ie. Log cabin, dresden plate, etc. excepted) A copyright design cannot be displayed in a public setting (fair) without permission being granted from the owner of the copyright. When the owner of the copyright has granted permission, the exhibit will be displayed and labelled appropriately. Those without permission cannot be judged or displayed.*** 35. Pieced quilt block, mounted on cardboard, attached at top only 36. Quilt, pieced and appliqued 37. Quilt, pre-printed fabric 38. Quilt, pieced 39. Quilt, appliqued 40. Quilt, whole cloth, fancy quilting 41. Quilt top, any size 42. Crazy quilt 43. Quilt, machine quilted 44. Comforter, tied 45. Quilt, crib, pre-printed panel, minimum 85 cm. x 107.5 cm. (34" x 43") 46. Crib quilt, pieced, hand quilted 47. Crib quilt, pieced, machine quilted 48. Lap Quilt, minimum 91 cm. x 106 cm. (36" x 42") 49. Rag quilt, minimum 91 cm. x 106 cm. (36" x 42") Prizes for above (35 - 49) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 Grand Champion Quilts***Note*** Quilts smaller that size stated, 180 cm. x 225 cm. (72" x 90") will not be eligible for these competitions. The Grand Champion quilt will compete at the District Competition in October, and that winner will enter the competition at the O.A.A.S. convention in - 24 -

Toronto. The winner of this competition will receive $500, and retain

ownership of the quilt. Please state “no” on your entry tag if you do not wish your quilt to enter this competition. If you quilt has won “Grand Champion” at a previous fair this year, it is not eligible for this competition. Grand Champion Quilt must be quilted by a group or an individual who is a member of the Howick Agricultural Society- Lady Director’s Special - $20 Reserve Champion Quilt - $10 Grand Champion Machine Quilt: Must be solely made and quilted by exhibitor who is a member of the Howick Agricultural Society. HAS Special $20 Reserve Champion - $10 Knitting Adult wear (samples must be attached) 50. Mitts 51. Vest 52. Cardigan 53. Pullover 54. Sweater, circular needles 55. Men's socks 56. Poncho or shawl, any size Children's wear (samples must be attached) 57. Mitts 58. Pullover 59. Cardigan 60. Dress 61. Headband, outdoor 62. Newborn outfit, blue, displayed in a box Miscellaneous (samples must be attached) 63. Slippers 64. Toque or hat 65 . Knitted toy Prizes for above (49 - 63) $2.25, 1.25, 100 66. Special - toque, helmet, balaclava, headband, scarf, mitts Any two of these items, to match. $5, 3, 2 donated by Jean Clarkson Afghans (Samples must be attached) 67 Afghan, joined strips or squares (minimum 40"x 60") 68. Afghan, knit all in one (minimum 40" x 60") 69. Baby afghan, (minimum (30" x 42") 70. Lap cover, (minimum 36" x 42") Prizes for above (65 - 68) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 Crocheting 71. Newborn outfit, blue, displayed in a box 72. Poncho or shawl, any size 73. Slippers 74. Table centre, (minimum 12") 75 Tablecloth, (minimum 42” x 42”) Prizes for above(71-74) $2.25, 1.25, 1.00 - 25 -



76. Afghan, joined strips or squares (minimum 40" x 60") 77. Afghan, all in one (minimum 40" x 60") 78. Afghan, any other kind 79. Baby afghan, minimum (30" x 36") 80. Lap cover, minimum (36" x 42") Prizes for above (76 - 80) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 81. Article of tatting 82. Article of smocking 83. Article of embroidery Prizes for above (79 - 81) $2.25, 1.25, 1.00 **Note: Points may be won in one category only. 84. Most points (1 – 9) Cash prize donated by Jan Wallace, Broker, Re-Max Land Exchange Brokers Ltd. 85. Most points (10 – 30) cash prize donated by Jean Clarkson 86. Most points (31 – 49) prize donated by Coulters Corner 87. Most points (50 – 65) prize donated by Bill & Linda Miller 88. Most points – (67 – 70) (76 - 80) cash prize donated by Erwin & Alice Stone, Royal LePage Heartland Realty 89. Most point (71-75) (81 – 83) cash prize donated by Keil Insurance Brokers 90. Exhibitor withmost points who has exhibited two or more years, cash prize donated by Glenn & Phyllis McMichael 91. Exhibitor with most points who has exhibited less that two years, cash prize donated by Lovina Ruttan 92. Resident of Howick or Turnberry with most points in Class G, cash prize donated by Lakelet Women's Institute.


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CRAFTS - Class H

Committee: Carol Donaldson (335-6148) Angela Elford, Gerda Meyer Elly Emmerton, Laurie Willits, Esther Hallman, Lisa Gillespie All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor. Items must not be shown more than 2 years. Pictures will be taken to serve as a permanent record for the Directors. Each exhibitor may exhibit one article in each section. Where it is stated "ready to hang", the article must have some means by which the Directors may safely hang it on a pegboard or wall display. WHERE IT IS STATED “SAMPLES ATTACHED”, SAMPLES MUST BE ATTACHED OR WORK WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. Where there is no competition in the class, the prize will be witheld unless the work is worthy. All entries must be in the hall by 12:00 noon on Friday, October 3, and MAY NOT BE REMOVED before 4:30 p.m., Saturday, October 4, or prize money may be withheld. **Elementary school age children entering in the adult section MUST have a membership # ($1) from the fair secretary and an adult entry form . Indicate age of child on outside of entry tag. 1. Stained glass sun catcher, indicate colours and materials used 2. Shadowbox (using your own collection, box might be purchased) 3. A “Birthday” card using a) stamping technique Samples attached b) any other technique Samples attached 4. A handmade gift for any occasion (store bought items may be included) Samples attached 5. Table centrepiece to depict our fair theme “Country Harvest” Samples attached 6. Decorated picture frame, samples attached. (NO picture) a) 5 x 7 or smaller (b) 8 x 10 or larger 7. Decorated straw hat, samples attached 8. Thread spool craft, using either wooden or plastic spools, samples attached 9. Decorated clay pot, max. size 60 cm. Samples attached 10. (a) Cross stitch picture, samples attached, ready to hang (b) Picture or design, mounted, using stitching technique other than cross stitch, samples attached, ready to hang 11. USEFUL ITEM made from scraps 12. Any article using wallpaper, samples attached 13. Tin can lantern - Create a design on a tin can, using hammer & nails to make holes. Must have a candle inside. 14. Any article using a serviette, samples attched NOTE: DECORATIVE PAINTING - refers to FOLK ART and TOLE PAINTING 15. "ART ON A ROCK", hand-painted picture on a stone (not a flat or patio stone) 16. An item of Folk Art on wood or tin 17. a) Article of beaded jewellery, samples attached b) Any other article of bead work, samples attached - 27 -


Any Lawn or garden ornament, handmade, any media

19. 20. 21. 22.

Any article of latch hooking, samples attched Article made from computer discs Handmade gift bag, using “Country Harvest” theme A completed page from a photo album using "Scrap Booking” method a) Special celebration or vacation ( b) Highlighting children Prizes (22 a & b) Gift certificates 23. Have you just completed an excellent piece of craft, (no needlework or sewing) only to find that there is no section in which to show it PLEASE ENTER IT HERE IT'S SUMMER (Canada Day, School’s Out, Vacations) (Sections 24 - 28 must be for Summer) 24. Table centrepiece 25. Folded serviette or cloth napkin (props may be permitted) 26. Place settingon a tray, suitable for outdoor entertaining 27. Door arrangement, any media, samples attached 28. Wind chimes, any media, ready to hang, samples attached CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER (classes 29 - 34 must be for Christmas) 29. Christmas Door or Wall Hanging, Samples attached 30. Snowman article not to exceed 60 cm. (24") high, samples attached 31. Hand-made garland, 90 - 150 cm. (3 -5') in length, any media, samples attached 32. Creatively wrapped gift, samples attached 33 Angel, any media, max size 60 cm., ready to hang, samples attached 34. A unique tree ornament, ready to hang, samples attached Prizes for above: (1 – 21, 24 – 34) $2.50, 2.00, 1.00 PHOTOGRAPHY: All prints are to be mounted neatly ON A BLACK BRISTOL BOARD BACKGROUND (1 PRINT mounted on 20 x 15 cm. (8" x 6"), 2 PRINTS on 20 x 30 cm (8" x 11") 4 PRINTS mounted on 20 x 50 cm. (8" x 21")and have a means for hanging attached on the back, or the entry will be disqualified. 35. Four prints "Architectural Interest”, eg. Door, windows, gates, bridges 36. One print “Kids will be kids" 37. Two prints "Shadows” 38. Two prints "Farming activities in progress" 39. Two prints Your interpretation of “Country Harvest” 40. Two prints "Flowers" 41. Four prints “Community Events” 42. Two prints "Baby Faces" a) human b) animals 43. Two prints , black and white or sepia Prizes for above: (35 - 43) $2.50, 2.00, 1.00 -28 -


44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49.

Flower planter or window box Scroll saw item Wooden wall clock Wooden toy Bird house or feeder, any size An article made from recycled wood, max. size 60 cm. (25") in any direction Prizes for above (44 - 49) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 FINE ARTS: Pictures are to be ready to hang 50. Still Life -watercolours 51. Artist’s choice - oil or acrylic 52. Landscape - pencil sketch Prizes for above (50 - 52) $5.00, $3.00, $2.00 OPEN ART CLASS (Open to residents of Howick-Turnberry only) *** Elementary school children entering MUST have a membership # 53. Pencil Sketch, must include Sheaves of grain 54. Build a barrel, maximum height 25 cm. (10") using popsicle sticks, toothpicks, straws, etc. 55. Article made from felt, samples attached 56. Using "paper folding" technique, create a 3-dimensional figure 57. Computer generated art, depicting “Country Harvest” 58. Design logo for the 150th Fall Fair (2009), any media “Heigh Ho, Come to the Fair – Building on Tradition” 8 x 10” 20 x 25 cm. All entries become the property of the fair. Prizes for above (53 – 58) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 59. A Weird & Wacky Collection - (Can be submitted by one or more people, at least one person to hold a membership) Collection is to consist of these 5 items, including at least three of the following : - Ugly Lamp - Crazy Chair - Hilarious handbag - Decorated Shoe - Wacky Hat Participants must provide their own table Collection will be judged on the Overall appearance only! Please notify Carol Donaldson (519-335-6148) September 25, 2008. If more than one person is participating, please provide a sign with the names of the participants, to be placed after judging. Prizes (59) $15.00, 10.00, 5.00 60. "70 years and over" - an article made by a "YOUNG AT HEART" crafter a) Lady b) Gent Prizes (60) $5.00, 3.00, 2.00 ***Note*** Most points may be won in one category only, except overall points. 61. Most points (1 – 14) voucher donated by Ceramic Friends 62. Most points (15 – 23) cash prize donated by Johnson Plastic Weld - 29 -

63. Most points (24 – 34) cash prize donated by The Workshop

64. Most points (35 – 43) cash prize donated by Feldskov Residential Painting 65. Most points (44 – 49) cash prize donated by Ken Miller Construction 66. Most points (50 – 52) cash prize donated by Wingham Sales Arena 67. Most points (53 – 58) cash prize donated by Howick Women's Institute 68. Most points overall, resident of Howick or Turnberry, gift basket donated by Karen MacEwen, Karen's Hair Hut

ROADSIDE DISPLAY COMPETITION A lawn or gate display, featuring advertisement of the Howick-Turnberry Fall Fair. Fair dates, October 3, 4, 5. Sign must be visible from the road. Must remain on display until after fair week-end. Keep in mind fair theme “Country Harvest” Must register by September 18 with Fair Secretary (335-3269) Judging week of September 20. Judging score: Originality - 40%; Appearance - 30%; Visibility of dates - 30%. Prizes - $40, 30, 20, and 10 to each worthy entry. SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB DISPLAY A display depicting “Country Harvest” 8' x 8' space available Non-competitive. $30 to each worthy entry. Entries to be made to the fair secretary before September 25, 2008. No entry fee. WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION PROJECT Display to depict theme “Country Harvest” No entry fee. To be judged by point system : correlation - 50 points; general appearance – 25; quality – 15 points; colour - 10 points. Entries to be made to the fair secretary by September 25, 2008. Competitors to leave a sign with the group name and address with the fair secretary, to be placed with the display after judging. Prizes for above: $30.00, 25.00, 20.00, 15.00 COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION Contestants may enter one slide or picture in each class, taken at 2008 fair. Entries to be turned in to the Secretary by October 23, 2008, for judging. Prize winning slides/pictures become the property of the Society, and will be entered in the O.A.A.S. competition, February, 2009. Slides: coloured 2 x 2, preferably 35 mm. or digital images downloaded onto a Classes available from the secretary at the fair. - 30 -


Group Club Exhibit - Display from any 2008 project. Display must consist of a backboard, posters and articles made or studied in the project. Leaders name and address on entry tag. $15 for each display entered. NO ENTRY FEE - HOWICK AND TURNBERRY CLUB MEMBERS ONLY.

JUNIOR DEPARTMENT - Class I NO ENTRY FEE, BUT ENTRY FORM MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO THE FAIR SECRETARY OR PRIZE MONEY WILL NOT BE PAID. Junior Department entry forms will be available from the School or Fair Secretary. Entries may be brought in Thursday evening, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m., and MUST be in the hall by 12:00 noon on Friday. Exhibits MAY NOT BE REMOVED before 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. All prize money will be forfeited if exhibits are removed before 4:30, without permission from the Director in charge. Directors are not responsible for items not picked up by 4:30. Committee: Marion Pfeffer (327-8524), Kim Pfeffer, Carolyn deBoer, Tammy Scherpenzeel, Stacey Feldskov ***Parents are urged to allow children to do the work and the preparation of the exhibit by themselves. Give lots of encouragement. Prizes for all classes, unless otherwise stated: $2.00, 1.75, 1.50, 1.25, 1.00, .75, .50 Vegetables and fruit: must be displayed on a disposable plate 3 - 4 years old 1. Cucumber monster, accessories may be used 2. Largest ripe tomato 5 - 6 years old 3. 4 carrots on a plate, trip tops, leaving at least 1/2” intact 4. Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head, accessories may be used 7 - 9 years old 5. Decorated pumpkin, not carved 6. 4 potatoes on a plate, brushed clean, not washed 10 - 12 years old 7. Thanksgiving centre piece, using at least 5 different vegetables, no gourds 8. Using a pumpkin and accessories, create Cinderella's coach 13 - 16 years old 9. Make a freestanding porch decoration depicting the fair theme, “Country Harvest”, not over 1 - ½ metre high. 10. Collection of 7 fall vegetables, attractively displayed. May use more than one of each variety, no gourds Open Class 11. Strangest shaped vegetable, not carved 12. Largest zucchini, by weight Flowers (See directions for showing flowers at beginning of adult - 31 -

3 – 4 years old

13. A bouquet of fall leaves, in a suitable container (leaves only) 14. A flower, with foliage, for Grandma (not a plant) 5 - 6 years old 15. Mums, in a small pumpkin 16. Roadside flowers, arrangement in a tin can 7 - 9 years old 17. Arrangement using flowers and grasses, in a homemade vase 18. Three stems of marigolds, in a suitable container 10 - 12 years 19 An arrangement of only wild flowers and weeds (no garden flowers) featuring cat tails (spray cat tails with hair spray to preserve) 20. A miniature flower arrangement, 7.5 cm. and not over 12.5 cm. In a suitable container 13 - 16 years old 21. A flower arrangement in the strangest thing 22. A raw vegetable or fruit with a flower arrangement Baking 3 - 4 years old 23. Pumpkin shaped cookie, decorated for Halloween 24. An edible necklace, string may be used 5 - 6 years old 25. Decorated hard boiled egg, displayed in an egg cup 26. 5 peanut butter balls, displayed on a plate, using the following recipe: 1 c. peanut butter 1 c. icing sugar 1 c. rice krispies 1 tsp. Vanilla 3 tbsp. Soft butter or margarine Mix ingredients together. Roll into balls, 3 cm. in diameter. Put 1 c. coconut on waxed paper, and roll balls in coconut. 7 - 9 years old 27. Three oatmeal cookies, dropped, in a plastic bag, on disposable plate 28. Two mini pizzas on ½ English muffin, on disposable bag, in plastic bag 10 - 12 years old 29. Three pumpkin spice muffins, on a disposable plate, in plastic bag 30. Three chocolate brownies with nuts, iced, on a disposable plate, in plastic bag 13 - 16 years old 31. (A) A breadmaker white loaf (B) Loaf of white bread, using a loaf pan 32. “Trash” snacks, using following recipe, and display 1 cup of snack in a clear glass jar, with lid: ½ c. butter/margarine 12 oz. Semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 c. peanut butter 1 box (350 g) Crispix 4 c. icing sugar - 32 -

Put butter/margarine, chocolate chips and peanut butter in microwave

for 3 minutes, or melt them in a saucepan on top of stove, over low heat. Remove from heat, mix with wooden spoon to blend together. Pour Crispix in a very large bowl. Slowly pour chocolate mixture over Crispix. It will look horrible, don't panic! Gently fold the mixture over until all Crispix are covered. Take a medium white trash bag (or other clean large plastic bag) and pour 2 c. icing sugar into the bag. Then pour the horrible looking chocolate mess on top. Cover with remaining 2 c. icing sugar. Tie top of bag with a twisty, and gently roll bag from hand to hand. Do this about 10 times. Open bag, and a miracle has occurred! Crispix should now be coated with sugar. Pour into a large cookie sheet to cool. 33. SPECIAL: Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (open to youth 10 - 15 years) 12 chocolate chip cookies, displayed on a plate, in a plastic bag Cookies to be no larger that 3" (6.75 cm.) Prizes $15, $10, $3, $2, $2, $2 First prize winner will enter will enter 8 cookies in the District Competition in October. First prize winner at this competition will enter 8 cookies in the O.A.A.S. competition in Toronto in February, 2009 Arts, crafts and collections: 3 - 4 years old 34. Rock collection, displayed in an egg carton 35. Scarecros puppet made from a small paper bag 5 - 6 years old 36. A collage of pictures of farm animals on a half sheet of bristol board 37. Decorated gourd 7 - 9 years old 38. Decorate a straw hat for “Old MadDonald” 39. Draw a picture for the fair theme “Country Harvest”, 8-1/2 “ by 11” 10 - 12 years old 40. Decorated basket for apple picking 41. A variety of garden and field seeds, attractively displayed and named on ½ sheet bristol board ie. Beans, corn, sunflowers, pumpkin, etc. 13 - 16 years old 42. A pencil sketch of a farm tractor on 8-1/2 x 11” paper 43. A decorated binder Specials: 3 - 6 years old 44 Create a bee, using torn tissue paper 7 - 9 years old 45. A picture of a bee, made with various seeds 10 - 12 years old 46. Create a corn cob bumblebee Prizes for above (44 - 46) $5.00, 4.00, 3.00, 2.00 1.00, donated by J.R. Fear Apiaries 3 - 6 years old 47. Create a picture of a sheep,using glued cotton balls - 33 -

7 - 9 years old


Create and name a mismatched farm animal from craft foam, ie. Chickorse – a chicken with tail and name of horse 10 - 12 years old 49. Memory box, decorated shoe bos, to hold special memories, ie. Photos etc. 13 - 16 years old 50. Decorate a gift basket and fill it with goodies for a birthday party, ie. Soaps, bubble bath, etc. Prizes for above (47 - 50) $3.00,2.00, 1.00, donated by Carolyn and Richard deBoer Open class 6 - 10 years old 51. Sewing - any fabric item not previously mentioned 52. Any item, made from wood, not previously mentioned 53. Any craft item not previously mentioned 11- 15 years old 54. Sewing, any fabric item, not previously mentioned 55. Any item, made from wood, not previously mentioned 56. Any craft item, not previously mentioned 57. A completed page from a photo album, using “scrapbooking” method, of a special celebration Open Class - Open to boys and girls 15 years old and under Sunflower Competition Must be grown from seeds donated by Staffhaven Farms and distributed at school. 58 Largest flower (flower head only) 59. Tallest plant (cut off at ground level with head attached) Prizes for above (58, 59) $15, 10, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2 The Great Pumpkin Race Must be grown from seeds donated by Watson's Home Hardware, and distributed at school. 60. Largest pumpkin (by weight) 61. Strangest shaped pumpkin Prizes for above (60, 61) $15, 10, 7, 5, 4, 3, 2, donated by Watson's Home Hardware Specials: gifts will be awarded for most points in the 3 - 4 years, 5 - 6 years, 7 - 9 years, 10 - 12 years and 13 - 16 years categories. A prize will be awarded to the youngest boy and girl WHO HAVE PREPARED THEIR OWN ENTRY. Must be at least 3 years old at fair date. Kindergarten 61. Print the word "Harvest" 5 times on 3 ring lined paper 62. Paint a picture of a pumpkin on 28-1/2 x 21-1/2 cm. Paper 63. Print the numbers 1 - 10 and draw the appropriate number of objects beside each number 64. A craft made at school - 34 -

Grade 1

65. 66. 67. 68. 69 . 70. 71. 72 73.

Print the words "Country Harvest " 5 times on 3 ring lined paper Write a story about a "My Best Friend" - approximately 10 sentences Display 3 pages from your school journal 10 single digit math problems, 5 additions and 5 subtraction, including the answers Grade 2 Print the phrase "Country Harvest – Come to the Fair" 5 times on 3 ring lined paper Write a story about a "My Holiday" - approximately 20 sentences Display 6 pages from your school journal 10 double digit math problems, 5 addition and 5 subtraction, including the answers "Youth Poster Competition" Theme: "Promoting Your Fair". Must be hand-made by an elementary school student. Poster size: 12" x 18" (30 cm. x 46 cm.) Must be mounted on a black art card with a 2" (5 cm.) Border. Winning poster will be entered in District competition, winner there to go to Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies competition in Toronto, February, 2009 Prizes: $15, 10, 5, 3, 2, 2, 2 Sponsored by Howick Agricultural Society.

SCHOOL FAIR Past President: June Lise President: Linda Brunkard Secretary: Marion Feldskov Asst. Secretary: Ethel McMichael Committee, Melissa Heimpel, Mary Hall, Roxanne Nicholson All school work to be done in the classroom, and entered by the teachers in June. Special prize for the boy and girl from Howick & Turnberry Schools with the most points in school fair entries A special prize will be given to the class in each school with the most entries in the School Fair. THANK YOU! The School Fair Committee and the Junior Department Committee wish to specially thank the principals, teachers, school secretaries, and parents for their support.

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Committee: Alan Willits, Murray Donaldson, Kathy McMillan ***Each pet may be entered in only one class , excluding the dog classes. 1. Dog with most unusual markings 2. Dog who performs the best trick 3. Dog with the smallest ears 4. Dog with the biggest feet 5. Dog that sings the best 6. Dog that can catch a ball (the most times in a row) 7. Obstacle race for child and a dog (6 years and under, 7 - 10 years, 11 and over) 8. Most colourful cat 9. Cat with the longest hair 10. Cat with the longest whiskers 11. Cat with the most stripes on its’ tail 12. Rabbit with the longest ears 13. Rabbit with the smallest ears 14. Most colourful rabbit 15. Most colourful bird or fowl 16. Fluffiest rabbit 17. Best barnyard pet other than a dog or cat 18. Best female dairy calf 1:30 p.m. 19. Showmanship of calf 1:40 p.m. 20. Best goat on a rope Prizes for above: (1 - 20) $5, 3, 2, 1, 1, 1


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The Howick Agricultural Society would like to express their sincere appreciation to the following donors for merchandise and financial support. Lakelet Women's Institute Howick Women's Institute Howick Optimist Club Mrs. S. Clarkson, Fordwich Mrs. E. Harding, Fordwich Mrs. H. Gibson, Fordwich Mrs. L. Ruttan, Fordwich Mary Lou & Roger Rowley Marion & Holger Feldskov Norm & Edna Fairles King's Home Hardware, Fordwich Fordwich Diner Steve's Landscaping, Fordwich Feldskov Residential Painting, Fordwich Aeration Plus, Fordwich Johnson Plastic Weld, Fordwich Riverside Small Engines, Fordwich Jack Ruttan Signs, Fordwich Miller’s Garage, Fordwich D'Arcey Sand & Gravel, Fordwich Tagalong Stables, Dave & Jean Dinsmore, Fordwich Richard & Carolyn deBoer, Fordwich John Wilson Electric, Fordwich The Bare Necessities, Fordwich Great Canadian Landscaping, Fordwich David R. Myer Design, Fordwich Fordwich Tire Staffhaven Farms, R.R. 1, Wroxeter Ken Miller Construction, R.R. 1, Gorrie Wm. Bennett & Sons Farms Ltd., R.R. 1, Gorrie Agre Farms, Art & Greta deVos, R.R. 1, Bluevale Green's Meat Market, Wingham BDO DunwoodyFinancial Services, Wingham Dean’s Valu-Mart, Wingham Frosty Queen, Wingham Pletch Electric, Wingham McBurney Funeral Home Wingham Lynn Hoy Enterprises, Wingham Sewing Galore, Wingham Wingham Sales Arena Hodgin’s Timbr Mart, Wingham - 37 -

Wingham Foodland

Wingham Vet Clinic, Wingham Joe Kerr Construction, Wingham Erwin & Alice Stone, Royal Lepage Heartland Realty Stainton's Home Hardware, Wingham Healthy Computers Group, Wingham The Workshop, Wingham Bells Pizza, Wingham Jan Wallace, Re-Max Land Exchange Brokers Ltd. R.J. Burnside & Associates Ltd., Wingham H. Kerr Construction Ltd., Wingham C.J. Johnston Office Solutions Inc., Bluevale J.R.Fear Apiaries Underwood Grain Ltd., R.R. 1, Wingham Mildmay Vet Clinic, Mildmay Wendt's Jewellery, Mildmay Stoltz Sales & Service, Mildmay & Listowel Sharon Douglas Reflexology, R.R. 1, Clifford Harold Robinson, Gorrie Coulter's Corner, Gorrie Hair Tech, Gorrie Ceramic Friends, Gorrie Keil -Dadson Insurance Brokers Ltd., Wylie Insurance Brokers Ltd., Gorrie Watson's Home Hardware, Gorrie Pentastic Motors, Gorrie Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Murray, Clifford Heritage Builders, Harriston Wightman Telecom Ltd., Clifford Karen's Hair Hut, Lakelet Zurbrigg Farms, R.R. 1, Gorrie Behrns Fabricating, Kurtzville Listowel Landscaping, Listowel Listowel-Elmira Feeds, Listowel Molesworth Farm Supply Ltd., R.R. 1, Listowel Elmira Farm Service, Listowel Boyd's Listowel Feed Mill Ltd., Listowel Moonlighting Photography, Listowel Listowel Florist Canadian Tire, Listowel Stop 23, Listowel A & W, Listowel Midas Auto Service Experts, Listowel Honda Motors, Listowel T.S.C. Store, Listowel

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Re-Max Midwestern Realty Ltd., Listowel

Fletchers Landscaping, Listowel Bridge Country Feeds, Listowel Stoltz Sales & Service, Listowel Palmerston Rent-All Zellers Don Hamilton Real Estate, Listowel Boyd's Farm Supply, R.R. 1, Fordwich Howick Homes Ltd., Wroxeter Huron Pole & Timber, Wroxeter Frank Borrmann, Wroxeter Ron & Ethel McMichael, Wroxeter Glenn & Phyllis McMichael, Wroxeter On Cloud 9, Wroxeter Floyd & Liz Allan, Wroxeter Howick Mutual Insurance, Wroxeter Sam's of Wroxeter The Country Shop, Bev Woodley, Wroxeter Rob Pellettt’s Kitchens, Wroxeter Wroxy's Family Restaurant The Bookery Cafe, Listowel Stoltz Sales & Service, Mildmay & Listowel Sharon Douglas Reflexology, R.R. 1, Clifford Connell Farms Inc., Palmerston McPhails of Harriston Bramhill Seeds Ltd., Palmerston Greer Feed & Seed, Palmerston Hardy-Lee Funeral Home, Harriston Leslie Motors Ltd., Harriston Harriston Veterinary Services L.A. Stinson Small Engine Repair, Harriston Speare Seeds, Harriston North Wellington Co-op, Harriston Keith Gray, ReMax Real Estate, Harriston C & M Seeds, Harriston Cargill Fertilizer, Harriston Best Foods Canada Inc. Zehrs Food Plus, Listowel Kitchen Cupboard & Icebox, Listowel Rod Wright, Clifford Barry & Janice Gibson, R.R. 1, Fordwich Dan & Cathy Templeton, Gorrie Owen Curtis, Wingham - 39 -


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