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                     BANNOCK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                             STEVE HADLEY * LARRY GAHN * KARL ANDERSON




                                    BANNOCK COUNTY FAIR BOARD
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                            DALE ALMOND: CHAIRMAN,       SHELDON BARFUSS
                           ROD PRICE     DARRELL DORMAN    JOLYNN ANDERSON
                                  MICHELLE JONES     SETH WHEATLEY



                                        FAIRGROUNDS MANAGER: RICK FUHRIMAN




                                         UADVISORY COMMITTEES

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                 Piney Morrison - Fair Superintendent              Marylan Whitaker - Fair Superintendent
                 Beverly Jolley                                    JoLynn Anderson
                 Cherolyn Day                                      Melody Young
                 Amy Day                                           Edna Sedgwick
                 Karla Bybee                                       Rae Ann Stephenson
                 Rebecca Falcon                                    Margaret Barrett
                                                                   Annette Cornwall
                                                                   Myrna Crapo
                                                                   Joan Layton
                                                                   Karen Holston
                                                                   Barbara Wadlow
                                                                   Gene Wood


                                                     INDEX
Downey Fairgrounds map……………………………………………………………………………….. 4
Downey Fair (yellow section) - Schedule of Events, other events & details………………………….3-10
Pocatello Fair (purple section) - Schedule of Events, other events & details………………………..11-20
General Rules & Regulations…………………………………………………………………………....21
Adult Homemaking: food preservation, baking, sewing, household furnishings……………….....21 - 25
Open Arts & Crafts: graphic arts, crafts & hobbies, dolls, tole painting, & photography………….25 - 28
Floriculture: cut flowers & potted plants…………………………………………………………...28 - 30
Agriculture: vegetables, fruits, & herbs…………………………………………………………….30 - 32
Jr. Homemaking: canning baking sewing, needlework……………………………………………..32 - 35
Jr. Arts & Crafts: graphics, hobbies & crafts, photography: ………………………………………35 - 37
Jr. Floriculture & Jr. Agriculture: …………………………………………………………………. 37 - 39
Special Citizens:……………………………………………………………………………………….....39
Antiques: ……………………………………………………………………………………………39 - 45
Livestock Rules & Categories (beef, dairy, goats, swine sheep poultry & rabbits)…………..…….45 - 49
FFA:…………………………………………………………………………………………………49 - 50
4-H: (green section)………………………………………………………………………………...51 - 60

                   For more information call 237-1340 or www.bannockcounty.us/
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              FREESTAGE ENTERTAINMENT
 EISF QUALIFIER TEAM PENNING  Softball Tournament
               GAMES!            PRIZES!         CONTESTS!
         Bucking Bronc Machine               Ranch Hand Bed Roll Race
  HIDE RACE         Downey Lion’s Rodeo                OPEN JR. HORSE SHOW
        Kids days in the Park            climb the greased pole
 Water Slide            Dunking Booth         FARM BUREAU VARIETY SHOW

   “PRETTY CUTE” BABY CONTEST              Moto Cross Competition
Team Roping              Jumping Carousel              MARKET STOCK SALE

               Paint Ball          Dutch Oven Cook Off




MIRROR IMAGE
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Downey Fairgrounds Map ADBFJS -05




           American Legion
                Post 21                 Motor Mart
         Still Serving America   Serving the Community 1083

Doug’s Repair
Downey Food Center
Downey Library
Downey Lumber
Farm Bureau
Legion Auxilary
Subway - McCammon
The Mart - Downey
Vicker’s


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SOUTH BANNOCK COUNTY FAIR - DOWNEY AUGUST 3-8 - (Times and Events Subject to Change)
                     DURING THE WEEK
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                      Monday, August 3
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                                                                        8am to 10am - Open Jr. Horse Show - Registration - arena
                                                                        9am - Judge 4-H, Open Class, & FFA Beef showmanship
                                                                             followed by market & breeding quality classes
                                                                        9am - Buildings Open
                                                                        10am - Pet Show-Park
                                                                        11am - Open Jr. Horse Show
                                                                        12 pm - Judge 4-H, Open Class, & FFA Dairy showmanship &
                                                                        quality followed by 4-H, Open, & FFA Dairy Goat
                                                                        showmanship & quality
                                                                        1 to 3pm - Kids Day - Country Fair Day (Dunk Tank)
                                                                        3pm - Magic Century
                                                                        4pm - Hog Wash Round up
                                                                        5pm - Judge 4-H, Open Class, & FFA Sheep showmanship
                                                                           sponsored by Downey Lion’s Club
                                                                        6pm - Softball Championship
8am to 8pm - Enter Open Class Antiques (Monday only)                    6pm - Farm Bureau Varity Show
9am to finish - 4-H Horse Fitting & Showmanship                         6 to 8pm - Moto Cross Competition
3 to 5pm - May’s “Paint & Place” Ceramics in the park                   7pm - Casperson Mini Bull Rodeo
3 to 6pm - Enter 4-H Home Ec & miscellaneous projects                           (Ranch Hand Bed Roll Race & Hide Race)
4pm - 4-H Dummy Roping                                                  8pm - Mirror Image Band
4 to 8pm - Enter all open class (excluding flowers and potted           9pm - Buildings Close
   plants)                                                                                      Friday, August 7
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5pm - 4-H Working Ranch Horse Show (see 4-H Horse Show                  9am - Judge 4-H Swine showmanship followed by market &
 schedule for classes)                                                    breeding quality classes
6pm - Softball Tournament                                               9am - Buildings Open
8 pm - Buildings close                                                  1 to 3pm - Kids Water Day - Big Water Slide
                       Tuesday, August 4
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                                                                        2pm - Hog Wash Roundup
8am - Enter Tallest Weed, & Cowboy Boot Decorating Contest - Fair       2pm - Seriously Evan Band
Office                                                                  2pm - Judge 4-H Rabbits and Poultry
8am to noon - continue entering all open class (including               4pm - 4-H & FFA Master Fitting & Showmanship Contest
  flowers & potted plants)                                              5pm - Line Dancing Lessons w/ Eric Dodge
8am to noon - Enter FFA non-livestock projects                          5pm - American Legion Dutch Oven Dinner
9am to finish - 4-H performance (see 4-H show rules for order)          7pm - Hog Wash Roundup
10am to completion - Judge 4-H Home Ec. and misc. projects              7:30 pm - Downey Lion’s Rodeo
1pm - Judge all Open class (except livestock, rabbits & poultry)        Following Rodeo - Eric Dodge
3 to 8pm - Enter Best Decorated cupcake and Best Apple                  9pm - Buildings Close
   Pie contests - winners announced Wed.                                                       Saturday, August 8
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6pm - Team Roping - following 4-H activities                            7am - MVSIA Horse Show registration (Davis Arena)
6pm - Softball Tournament - cont.                                       8am - MVSIA Horse show begins- details pg. 10
7pm - Baby Contest                                                      9am to 3pm - Buildings Open
9 pm - Buildings close                                                  10am - 4-H Market Livestock Sale -Pavilion
                      Wednesday, August 5
                         U                                              11am - Hog wash roundup finals
8 to 9:30am - Weigh in 4-H/FFA Market Hogs                              3pm - Release all Open Class exhibits - premiums paid
9am to finish 4-H Horse Show - Barrels, Poles & Trail (see 4-H              Fair office (no exhibits will be released early)
 show rules for class order)                                            3pm - Release all 4 H Exhibits - 4-H bldg.
9am - Buildings Open
10 to 11:30am - Weigh in 4-H/FFA Market Lambs
11:30 to 12:30pm - Weigh-in 4-H/FFA Market Steers
12pm - Judge FFA non-livestock projects
1 to 3pm - Carnival Day with Bounce House
1:30 to 2:30pm - Enter 4-H, Open Class, and FFA Dairy Cattle,
    Dairy Goats & Breeding Beef, Sheep, and Swine
2pm - Marcus Funny Man
2 to 3pm - Enter Open Class, 4-H, & FFA Rabbits & Poultry
6:30pm - PARADE
                        Following Parade:
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 Chamber of Commerce BBQ Rib Eye Steak Dinner
 Softball Tournament (cont.)
 EISF Team Penning - sign up at 6
7:30 to Dusk - Moto Cross practice run
8pm - Marcus Funny Man - free stage
9:30pm -Street Dance - sponsored by Volstar
9pm - Buildings Close

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                                                                               The Downey Lion’s Club
         Decorate a Cowboy Boot
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                                                                              will have breakfast available
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     Monday Aug. 3 - bring entries to fair office
Ages: 5 & under, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18 & up                             Tuesday - Saturday 8am
Decorate your Boot in your own theme.
$$Prizes$$ to 1st and 2nd place winners in each age group.
Winner’s names will be posted in at the Fair Office.                                         UColoring Contest
Boots to remain on display during the fair.                                       pick up pictures at the fair office Monday
 Pick up prize and Boot on Sat. Aug. 11 at Fair Office - 3pm                       There will be prizes in each age group.
 $20 Judge’s Choice                                                                Age groups: 4 & under, 5 - 7, & 8 - 12
                                                                                      Winners announced Saturday - 3pm
                                Best Apple Pie &
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                 Best Decorated Theme Cupcake
                      Enter Tuesday 3 to 9 pm                                            Popcorn & Movie
              winners announced Wednesday after Parade                            *****************************
                                                                                      will play in the building
              TALLEST WEED CONTEST                                            Throughout the week (also serving popcorn)
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            Enter: 8am to 12:00pm - Fair Office
 Ages: 5 & under, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18 & up                             Come Climb the Greased Pole!!
Bring Tallest Weed ( NO GRASSES WILL BE
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                                                                                    Wed. thru Fri. 2pm & 7pm
  ACCEPTED) to the Fairgrounds to be judged.
                                                                          Age limit 8-18 - Be sure to bring old clothes!
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 1st & 2nd place $$prizes$$ to winners in each age group.
 Winner’s names will be posted outside fair office.
                                                                        Make it up the pole & find a $50 bill to take home!
 Pick up prizes on Sat., Aug 8 - 3pm at fair office.                          Contact Piney Morrison - 317-5424

               Farm Bureau Grocery Cart Giveaway                          WATERMELON EATING CONTEST
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                      (Main fair building - all week)                               Thursday 3pm
             Guess the price of the groceries and win them all !!
                       Winner announced Saturday
                                                                          NEXT TO MAIN EXHIBIT BUILDING
                                                                          RULES & CLASSES WILL BE POSTED
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             Free Kid’s lunches in the Park (ages 1-18)
                       11:30am to 12:30pm                               There will be a drawing for a bicycle
             Sponsored by Marsh Valley School Dist.                      in the Junior division (ages 4-18)
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                                                                            There will be a drawing for a
                                                                         DVD player in the Adult division
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                                                                              You must be an exhibitor
                                                                          to put your name in the drawing




                                        HIDE RACE
 Thursday 7pm during Casperson’s mini bull Rodeo
        Signup & rules at main arena - 7pm
           Teams of 2 (horse required)
            Bring you own safety gear
            Prizes pending # of entries
                COME RIDE THE HIDE!!!
                Contact Tana Beckstead: 897-5347


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                   for further information: Piney Morrison 897-5625, or 317-5424 Downey fair office: 897-5154

                                                                                                            Downey Parade
          * There will be a sack of sugar given to the person
          with the most blue ribbons in the canning division                                                U




                                          --------------------                                            South Bannock County Fair
                * A sack of flour goes to the person with the                                               Wednesday August 5th - 6:30 p.m.
                 most blue ribbons in the baking division
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                                                                                                             Grand Marshalls -
               *A floral shop gift for the most blue ribbons in                                          Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Barfuss
                             the flower division                                                                      (See next page)
                                         ---------------------                                 5:30 - Sign-up for entries to be judged - Judging at 6 p.m.
         * Cash prizes will be awarded to the                                                   Walkers and bikers will meet by the park at 6:00. All other
  winners of the People’s Choice Awards in Antiques ,                    U       U

                                                                                                 entrants will come in 3 blocks north of park on 1st west.
          Quilts , Adult , & Junior divisions
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                                                                                                    PARADE ROUTE: Start at rodeo grounds go to
   **************************                                                                   1st West turn down Main Street & back to fairgrounds.
                                                                                                             Contact Karla Bybee - 3135294
   2009 South Bannock County Fair                                                                                 PARADE CLASSES
    “Pretty Cute Baby Contest”
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                                                                                             01. Riding Club……………………………….$15, $10, $7.50
                           Tuesday, August 4 - 7pm                                           02. Riding Club, Youth……………………….$15, $10, $7.50
                                                                                             03. Drill Team .………………………………..$15, $10, $7.50
      Pre-Registration Required! Deadline for Entries:
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                                                                                             04. Patriotic Float……………………………..$15, $10, $7.50
                       August 1, 2009                                                        05. Out of County Float……………………….$15, $10, $7.50
                                Age Restrictions: 0-36 months of age
                                                                                             06. Best 4-H Float,…………………………….$15, $10, $7.50
Name:___________________Address_____________________                                         07 Best Float, Civic-Social…………………...$15, $10, $7.50
Phone:_________________________________                                                      08 Best Business Float………………………..$15, $10, $7.50
Child’s Name ________________Date of birth______________                                     09 Horse Drawn Carriage…………………….$15, $10, $7.50
                                                                                             10 Horse Drawn Wagon………………………$15, $10, $7.50
Mark age division below (age on day of contest)                                              11 Best Agriculture Entry….………………….$15, $10, $7.50
                                                                                             12 Best Dressed Rider and 4-wheeler……………...$3, $2, $1
Girls:                                             Boys:                                     13 Best Dressed Rider and Bicycle………………….$3, $2, $1
0-6 months ____                                    0-6 months ____                           14 Best Dressed Rider and Motorcycle……………...$3, $2, $1
7-12 months ____                                   7-12 months ____                          15. Best Dressed Horseman Under 12……………….$3, $2, $1
13-24 months ____                                  13-24 months ____                         16. Best Dressed Horsewoman Under 12…………….$3, $2,$1
25-36 months ____                                  25-36 months ____                         17. Best Dressed Horseman Over 12………………...$3, $2, $1
                                                                                             18. Best Dressed Horsewoman Over 12……………..$3, $2, $1
entry fee: 15.00 **no refunds** checks, and money orders                                     19. Best Family Float…………………………..$15, $10, $7.50
accepted. Contact Mindy Carroll: 897-5096 bmmzj@aol.com           H0HU               U
                                                                                             20 Walkers……………………………………………$3, $2, $1
Mail entries to: Mindy Carroll, or Brianne Brower                                            21 Cheerleaders………………………………….…...$3, $2, $1
                 690 E 2nd N       390-4648                                                  22 4-H Riding Groups………………………………..$3, $2, $1
                 Downey, Idaho 83234                                                         23 Motorized………………………………………....$3, $2, $1
                                                                                             24 Miscellaneous..…………………………………....$3, $2, $1
ATTIRE: Clean playwear only . No frilly dresses, Pageant or
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                                                                                             25 Old Cars…………………………………………...$3, $2, $1
Formal Dresses, Suits, or Tuxedos.                                                           26 Judges Sweepstakes……………………………………..$15
                                                                                             27 Best Theme Award………………………………….Trophy
Winner and two runner-ups in each age division. All contestants                              28 Mayor’s Award………………………………………Trophy
will receive a participation gift. Contest is open to all areas.
Check in will start at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday , underneath the
pavilion at the Downey city park. On Wednesday Aug. 5 we
                                                                                                                New Parade Route
would like the winners to ride in the Parade at 6pm

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                            TEAM ROPING
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         TUESDAY AUGUST 4TH, 4:30PM SIGN UP
 HANDICAP #12 EQUALIZER,--3/$30.00 - ENTER 6 TIMES
     #5 SADDLE ROPING - 3/$25.00 - ENTER 6 TIMES
       1ST PLACE SADDLES, 2ND PLACE BUCKLES,
  3RD PLACE BLANKETS 4TH PLACE WRANGLER JEANS
            CONTACT: BEN TIBBETS 681-2268

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           T HE P.A.S.S.--PAINTBALL
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                           Wednesday at the park
                  (Check for details at the Fair!!)
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THANKS TO THE CARING CIVIC MINDED CITIZENS LIKE THE BARFUSS’S,
        WE’VE CARRIED ON THIS FAIR’S SUCCESS SINCE 1943


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        SOUTH BANNOCK COUNTY FAIR                                                                     Farm Bureau Variety Show
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          EISF Team Penning Qualifier                                                                     Thursday, Aug. 6, 6 pm -Free Stage

                 Wed. Aug. 8, - sign up following Parade                                                     Categories
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                                                                                                          Munchkin 5-under    $30, $20, $15
                     *Adult & Youth Competitions*                                                         Pee Wee 6-11        $30, $20, $15
    U(long sleeve shirt, western hat & boots required)             U
                                                                                                          Jr. 12-16,          $30, $20, $15
        For more information call: *Mike 241-9518                                                         Sr. 17 & up         $30, $20, $15
                                                                                                          Groups              $30, $20, $15
    * Tom Wake: 237-7466 *Debbie Gregory 852-3377
                                                                                         Sign Up: Sherril Tillotson - 776-5267 - 251-8267
             UDOWNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                                                   Farm Bureau Office - 233-9442 (ask for Kim)
                  BBQ Rib Eye Steak Dinner
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                   Wednesday, August 5 - following parade
                      Adults - $9    12 & under - $6
                                                                               1st annual South Bannock County Motocross
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                                                                               Practice Wednesday, August 5th from 7:30 pm to dusk
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                                                                                Race Thursday, August 6th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
                          Dutch Oven Potatoes                                            Track will be located west of RV Park
        Rib Eye Steak, Corn on the Cob, Roll, Watermelon & Drink                      First and Second Place winners take it all!!!
                                                                                 $10 (kids) $20 (adults) per motorcycle and atv race,
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                            JR. HORSE SHOW                                     All Categories will have kids and adults classes. $2 for bikes  U




                                                                                                      * Motorcycles
                   Thursday August 6 - 12:30 pm                                   * Four Wheelers (no utility atvs) & * Bicycles
Register: 9 am -11:30 - Chairman: Kim Hair - 240-8082
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                                                                               Contact Kash at 208-317-9145 to sign up so classes can be made.
1. All classes will be judged and conducted by the general rules.                          Please call so your class can be made.
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2. The Fair Board will not be responsible in the event of injury
  or loss to exhibitor, equipment and/or animals.
3. Equipment will be standard western in accordance with                                      Ranch Hand Bed Roll Race
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  current 4-H rules. Flat chain 1/2" wide, with room for two                           Thurs. during Casperson’s mini bull Rodeo
  fingers between chain and chin bone, must fit flat against chin.                           Sign-up & rules @ rodeo arena 7pm
  No Hackamore or Hackamore Bit.                                                             Bring your own horse, bed roll & gear
4. No stallions                                                                        Prizes pending # of entries. Adult & youth classes
5. Any horse not under complete control at all times will be
                                                                                              Contact Tana Beckstead 897-5347
  excused from the arena.
6. First through sixth place ribbons will be awarded in each
  class. All other participants will receive a participation ribbon.                                                 Downey Lion’s
                                                                                                                     Amateur Rodeo
7. Contestants can use 4-H horses.
8. A $1.00 entry fee is required for each event.
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CLASS SCEDULE
1. Costume leadline age 6 and under (contestants and horses                Slack before rodeo - 4pm
 will be judged on costumes, all contestants must have leadline.           Performance 7:30 pm
2. Western equitation, (0-6)                                               General Admission - wristbands on sale 6 pm - ticket
3 Western Lead line, (0-6)
4. Western equitation, (7-9) walk-trot
                                                                            booth - $7 adults, $5 children 12 & under
5. Western equitation (0-6 )                                               Stock Contractor: P&P Rodeo of Darlington, Idaho
6 Western equitation, (7-9) walk-trot-lope
7. Stick Horse age (0-6) Contestant must supply stick horse                Rodeo books will open - Friday July 24, at 7:00 am.
8. Flag Race (0-6)                                                         Phone in only:
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9. Flag Race (7-9)                                                         Lori Davis: 897-5176
10. Flag Race (10-12)                                                      Holly Vaughan 254-9379 or 251-2880
11. Barrel race (0-9)
12. Barrel race (10-12)                                                    Rough Stock Events:
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13 Egg & Spoon (0-9)                                                       Bull Riding
14. Egg & Spoon (10-12)                                                    Saddle Bronc
15. Pole bending, (0-9)                                                    Bareback
16. Pole bending (10-12)                                                   Entry Fees:                $45.00
17. Ride-A-Buck, (0 - 12)
                                                                           Jr. Barrel Racing (16 & under $25.00)

                                 Pet Show
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                 Thursday at 10 am - baseball diamond                              American Legion BBQ Dinner
                                                                                                 Friday - August 7, 5 pm
                       1st place $7, 2nd place $5 3rd $3                                Adults: $7.00     Children 12 & under $4.00
         Bring your pets and let them show their stuff!!                                   BBQ Pork Steak, Corn on the Cob,
                                                                                                Dutch oven Potatoes, Roll
                  There will be a prize for the best dressed pet

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       MARSH VALLEY STALLION INCENTIVE AND OPEN CLASS HORSE SHOW ENTRY FORM
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CLASS NO.
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BANNOCK COUNTY OR THE BANNOCK COUNTY FAIR BOARD ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR THE INJURY TO HORSES, PROPERTY,
EXHIBITORS OR SPECTATORS OR LOST OR STOLEN ARTICLES.
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    NORTH BANNOCK COUNTY FAIR SCHEDULE                                     +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
                                                                          BLUE BARN <>11am to 6pm---Bldg. open with Family Fun,
       - POCATELLO - AUGUST 12-15, 2009
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                                                                          Contests & Trading Post<>11am---Cartoon Clinic by Bob
    (Times & Events Subject to Change) -- For more information,           Beason<> 12:30pm---Relay Races<>1:30pm Treasure Hunt<>2 to
                 call fairgrounds office - 237-1340                       4pm---Extension Nutrition Program Activity<>2:30pm---Gum
      THROUGHTOUT THE WEEK - AUGUST 2009                                  Blowing<>3:30pm---Airplane Throw<>4:30pm---Twinkie
DETAILED INFORMATION on Games, Contests & Other                          Eating<>5pm---Dapco Hobbies plastic model Make & Take (ages
 Events in Purple Pages.                                                  6 to 16--limited to 15 kids)
Food Vendors, Commercial Booths, 4-H, Open Class &                        +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 Livestock Exhibits & Business Displays.                                  9am - 4-H Performance Class
 FREE Games, Contests!! Check schedules for times & places.
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                                                                          9:30am - Judge 4-H & Open Class Dairy Goats --Livestock Barn
 Sign up 15 or more minutes before contest starts.                        10am - Fun Run --Start at North End of Covered Arena
Demonstrations & “Do Ahead Contests” in bldg. B. Check                   11am to 9pm - Buildings open to public
  schedule and purple pages for times.                                    11am to 9pm - Bungee Trampoline Jumping --Lawn – $5
All VEHICLES (vendors, workers, visitors) must be moved to               11am - Ice Cream Eating Contest --Lawn
  Designated parking areas by 10:30am Wed. through Fri.                   11:30am - Name That Tune – Kids Contest --Lawn
 & 9:30am on Sat.                                                         12 Noon - Matt Sorensen Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg.
                                                                          (outside)◄►Mini Magic Show --Stage Area
★ McKee’s Petting Zoo --Livestock Barn
                                                                          12:30pm - Dr. Steve Shropshire --Free Stage
★ National Guard Climbing Wall & Exhibits --Lawn                          1 to 3pm - CW HOG horse rides - $1 a ride --Open Horse Barn
★ 11 to 9:30pm - Inflatable Sports Arena & Slide plus Games -             1:30pm - Tie Dye demonstration – Anna Lemmon --B bldg◄►
  – Wednesday through Friday – 9:30am to 9:30pm on                          Greased Pole Climb --SW Corner Lawn◄►Golf Ball Throw
  Saturday -- of Grandstand - $2 day                                        --Lawn
                                                                          2pm - Calhoun’s Western Show --Free Stage◄►Spray Matt
★ Operation Lifesaver Train Rides --Barn Area - Th, & F 2 - 5pm
                                                                          Sorensen Can Artist -- SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)
★ Wagon Rides - Wed. & Sat. 3-5; Thur. & Fri. 5-7 - Barn Area             2:30pm - Tire Rolling --Lawn
★ Queen’s & Cowboys --Breezeway (2-7pm Wed through Sat.)                  3pm - Check in Open Class & 4-H Rabbits, Poultry & Livestock
                                                                            --Livestock Barn◄►Daily Door Prize & Valpak Drawings --B
★ Sign in at free stage for daily hourly for chance to Spin & Win           bldg.◄►Magic Show --Free Stage
    Prize. Must be present to win                                         3 to 5pm - Pocatello Fire Safety House --Lawn Area
                                                                          3:30pm - Ventriloquist Ben Fisher --Free Stage◄►Obstacle
         *****ENTRY DAYS – AUGUST 10 & 11*****                              Course --Lawn
                                                                          3:30 to Close - Guitar Hero Contest by Play & Trade --Back Lawn
                 MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 2009
                                                                          4pm - Wild Bill Toady Show --Lawn◄►Variety Dance Show --
SPECIAL ENTRIES in B bldg. <> 4 to 7pm - Enter Redneck
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                                                                            Free Stage
Decorating Contest, Cardboard Box Contest<>5 to 7pm---Enter               4:30pm - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)
Scarecrows if unable to enter them on Tues. --gardening dept.             5pm - Interior Decorating demo by Rays Custom Interiors - B bldg.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++                                         5pm - Line Dance Instruction – Kids & Adults --Free Stage◄►
12 to 4pm - Enter 4-H Home Ec. & Misc. Projects --4-H bldg.                 Paper Plate Pitching --Lawn◄►4-H Team Sorting --Main Arena
2 to 7pm - Enter Open Class & Special Citizen exhibits (check 5-
                                                                          5:30pm - Jump Rope Contest --Lawn by Trees◄►John Deere
  7pm time below)◄►SIGN UP FOR Sr. & Jr. Exhibitor’s Door
                                                                            Pedal Tractor Races --Asphalt by Paddock Area
  Prize Drawing --B Bldg
                                                                          6pm - Mario Smith Comedy - Suitable for Family Viewing with
3 to 7pm - Pick up Coloring Pages --B bldg.
                                                                            Stony Face Contest at 6:30pm --Free Stage◄►Dog Agility --
5 to 7pm - Enter Open Class food preservation, baking, cut flowers
                                                                            Lawn by Trees◄►Watermelon Eating Contest --Lawn
  & gardening if you can’t enter them on Tuesday --B bldg.
                                                                          6:30pm - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)
6pm - 4-H BBQ
                                                                          7pm - Gene Galloway & Bruce Bowman --Free Stage◄►Greased
7pm - 4-H Style Review/Talent Contest --Free Stage
                                                                            Pole Climb --SW Corner Lawn
                   TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2009                               7:30 - Clown Bean Bag Throw --Lawn
         B Building Open for Entering & Judging Only                      8pm - Calhoun’s Rock n Roll Show --Free Stage
By Noon - Enter Open Class & 4-H Dairy Goats --Livestock Barn             8pm - 4-H Team Sorting Jackpot --Main Arena
9am - 4-H Horse Show - Fitting & Showing --Main Arena                     8:30 - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)
9am to 1pm - Enter Open Class food preservation, baking, cut                               THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 2009
  flowers, gardening & scarecrows --B bldg.◄►SIGN UP FOR Sr.              SPECIAL ENTRIES in B Bldg.~~~1 1am to Noon---Sea
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9am to 1pm - Pick up coloring pages --B bldg.                              +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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10am to 5pm - Judge 4-H Projects --4-H bldg.                              Fun, Contests & Trading Post<>11am---Cartoon Clinic by Bob
10:30am - Judge Redneck Decorating & Cardboard Box --B bldg.              Beason<> ---11am to Noon---Enter Tallest Weed<>12:30pm---
2:30pm to finish - Judge Open Class food preservation, baking, cut        Relay Race<>1pm---Home Depot Make & Take<>1:30 to 3pm -
  flowers, gardening & scarecrows --B bldg.                               FBI Finger Printing Kits<>1:30 to 3:30pm---Make & Take
6pm - 4-H Working Ranch single cow sorting & ropi Main Arena              Activities<>2pm---Cookie Decorating & Eating <>3pm---Milk
             *****FAIR ACTIVITIES START*****                              Drinking Contest<>4pm - Cookie Stacking Contest<>4:30pm
                                                                          ---Dapco Hobbies plastic model make & take (ages 6 to 16 -
              WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2009                                  limited to 15 kids each day)
SPECIAL ENTRIES in B bldg. <>11:30 to 12:30pm---‘Summer
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◄►‘Summer Escape’ Doll<>6pm---‘Nature’ Craft                                Main Arena

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9am - Judge Open Class & 4-H beef, dairy cattle & sheep --             11am to 2pm - Marshall Public Library --Lawn N. End of B bldg.
  Livestock Barn                                                       11am to 9pm - Buildings Open to public
10am - Ice Cream Eating Contest --Lawn                                 11:30am - Country Line Dancing --Free Stage
11am - Candy Drop --Lawn◄►Silver Chords -Western Show                  12 noon - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄►Radio
  --Free Stage                                                            Control Flying Aircraft Demo --Baseball Field (wind permitting)
11am to 2pm - Marshall Public Library --Lawn N. End of B Bldg.         12:30pm - Variety Show (Music, Magic, Ventriloquist)--Free stage
11am to 9pm - Buildings open to public◄►Bungee Trampoline              1pm - Greased Pole Climb --SW Corner Lawn
  Jumping --Lawn                                                       1:30pm --Cartoon Clinic by Bob Beason --B bldg.
11:30am - Flower Arranging – Pinehurst Nursery --B Bldg.               2pm - Candy Drop --Lawn◄►Konnie Kendall Morgan - Free
12 Noon - Celebrity Look-A-Like --Free Stage◄►Greased Pole                Stage◄►Matt Sorensen Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg.
  Climb --SW Corner Lawn◄►Jacki Marie --Breezeway                         (outside)◄►Kite Making --Ball Field
12 Noon to 2pm - Pocatello Fire Safety House --Lawn                    3pm - Sandra Orton - Autoharp – Name That Tune – Adult --Free
12:30pm - Matt Sorensen Spray Can Artist -- SE End 4-H Bldg.              Stage◄►Javelin Throw for Kids --Lawn◄►Daily Door Prize &
 (outside) ◄►Diaper Derby --B bldg.                                       Valpak Drawings --B bldg.
1pm - Calhoun’s “Stars of the Grand Ole Opry” Tribute --Free           3 to 5pm - Pocatello Fire Safety House --Lawn◄► CW HOG
  Stage◄►Water Cup Relay --Lawn                                          horse rides - $1 a ride --Paddock Area
1:30 - Bingo Fun --15 & up --B bldg.◄►Backwards Race --Lawn            3:30pm - Snag-A-Nag Roping Contest – kids --Lawn
2pm - Magic Show --Free Stage◄►Kite Making --Ball Field                3:30 to Close - Guitar Hero Contest by Play & Trade --Lawn Area
◄►Jacki Marie --Breezeway                                              4pm - Magic Show & Ventriloquist --Free Stage◄►Matt Sorensen
2:30pm - Sack Drama Skits --Free Stage◄►Matt Sorensen Spray              Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄►Horseshoes for
 Can Artist --S. End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄►Odd Ball Race --Lawn            Kids – Lawn◄►Kite Making --Ball Field
3pm - Daily Door Prize & Valpak Drawings --B bldg.                     4:30pm - Dummy Roping Roping - Lawn
3 to 5:30pm - CW Hog Horse Rides $1 a ride --Paddock Area              5pm - Making Butter the Old Fashioned Way Demo – Ginny
3:30pm - Magic Show --Free Stage                                          Macbeth -- B. bldg.
3:30pm to Close - Guitar Hero Contest by Play & Trade --Lawn           5pm - Boyd & Kent Murdock --Free Stage◄►Kid’s John Deere
4pm - Sandra Orton – Autoharp - Name That Tune --Free Stage               Pedal Tractor Races --Asphalt by Paddock Area◄►Bottoms
  ◄►Wild Bill Toady Show --Lawn◄►Kite Making --Ball Field                 Down Volley ball - Lawn
4 to 7pm - Pressure Cooker Lid Check --B bldg                          5:30pm - Dapco Hobbies Radio Controlled Gas Powered Car
4:30pm - Matt Sorensen Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg                Demo Paddock Area◄►Pet Star Contest --in front of
   (outside)◄►Spud Throw --Lawn by the Trees                             Grandstands
5pm - 4-H Dog Show --Lawn                                              6pm - Talent Idols Finals --Free Stage◄►Matt Sorensen Spray
5:30pm - John Deere Pedal Tractor Race Asphalt by Paddock                 Can Artist--SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄►Beach Ball Obstacle
 Area◄►Magic Show --Free Stage◄►Put-Num Together–Old                       Course --Lawn ◄►Kite Making --Ball Field
Country & Blue Grass --Main Arena                                      6:30pm - Owner to Owner Dog Race --Main Arena
5:30 to 7pm - “This Spuds for You” - Free Potato Bar (first 600        7pm - Beach Party -- (horseshoes & juggling for all, dodge ball,
  people) --Breezeway                                                     volleyball teams, horseshoe clinic, juggling clinc, Kratz Brothers
6pm - Mario Smith Comedy - Suitable for Family Viewing with               Band, limbo contest) --Main Arena
  Make Me Laugh Contest at 6:30pm --Free Stage◄►Dapco                  7pm - Interviews for Miss Western Sweetheart Pageant --log cabin
  Hobbies Electric Cars --Asphalt by Paddock Area                         by livestock & horse barns◄►Spelling Bee --B Bldg.
6pm - Kite Making --Ball Field                                         8pm - Greased Pole Climb --NE Corner Lawn◄►Matt Sorensen
6:30pm - Talent Idols Preliminaries --Main Arena◄►Matt                   Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)
 Sorensen Spray Can Artist --S. End 4-H Bldg. (outside)                Night Show Extravaganza after Talent Show - Magic Show,
6:30pm - Mother Daughter Look-A-Like Contest --B bldg.                   ISU Japanese Drummers & Dancers, Calhoun’s Show
7pm - Ventriloquist & Magic Show --Free Stage◄►Greased Pole            8:30pm to 11pm - 4-H Barn Dance (ages13-18) --Blue Barn
  Climb --SW Corner lawn                                                                 SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2009
7:30pm - Father Son Look-A-Like Contest --B bldg.                      BLUE BARN ~~~11am to 5:30pm---Open for games, activities &
After Dog Show - Calhoun’s Western Show --Free Stage
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                                                                       Trading Post<>11am---Cartoon Clinic by Bob Beason<>12:30pm-
8:30pm - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)                 --Relay Race<>1:30pm---Worm Eating Contest<>2:30pm---Pie
                  FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2009                              Eating Contest -Ages 17 & Under<>3:30pm~~~Ducks in the Pond
SPECIAL ENTRIES in B Bldg. ~~~11:30am to 12:30pm ---
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Oatmeal Cookie Contest◄►Decorated Straw Hat◄►Potato with               +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
the Most Eyes                                                          9 to 11am - Horseshoeing Clinic -& Demos in the afternoon
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++                                      10am - Miss Western Sweetheart Pageant --Free Stage◄►Fly
BLUE BARN ~~~1 to 6pm---Bldg. open with Family Fun,
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Contests & Trading Post<>1pm ---Relay Race<>1:30 to 3:30pm--           Contest --Lawn
-Extension Nutrition Program Activity►FBI Finger Printing              10am - 8pm - Buildings open
Kits<>2:30pm---Jell-O Sucking<>3:30pm---Bingo Fun Kids 14 &            11am - Kids Pet Show --Lawn◄►Casting for the Big One
under <>4:30pm---Candy Bar Walk<>5:30pm---Throw Frisbee-                  Contests-17 & under--11am - 18 & up--12 noon--Main Arena
Win Prize                                                              11:30am - Scrapbook Demonstration – Scrappin Essentials --B
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++                                         bldg. ◄►Seed Spitting --Lawn
8am tp 1pm & 2 to 5pm - Horseshoeing Clinic - --Open Horse Barn        12pm - Matt Sorensen Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg.
9am Jr. Horse Show --Main Arena◄►Judge Open Class & 4-H                   (outside)◄►Stick Horse Rodeo --Lawn
   Rabbits & Poultry --Blue Barn                                       12:30pm - Candy Drop--Lawn◄►Music ◄► Fastest Fingers in
10am - Ice Cream Eating Contest --Lawn                                    the West Knitting & Crocheting Contest --B bldg.◄►Bed Races
10am - Bicycle Safety for kids --South Parking Lot                        --Road W. of Lawn
11am - Bicycle Challenge –South Parking Lot◄►Wild Bill Toady           1pm - Red Riding Hood & Wolf Dance Fun Show – all ages --Free
  Show --Lawn                                                             Stage◄► Pop Bottle Throw --Lawn
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1pm - Mario Smith Comedy Show --B Bldg.
1:30pm - American Glory Flag Team (Horse Drill- main arena
 ◄►Clothes Basket Frisbee --Lawn
1:30 to 3:30pm - Pocatello Fire Safety House
2pm - Sandra Orton --B Bldg.◄►Country Line Dancing --Free
  Stage◄►Greased Pole Climb --NW Corner Lawn
2pm - Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄►Horse
 Trailer Race Contest --Main Arena◄►Kite Making --Ball Field
2:30pm - Dapco Hobbies Radio Control Gas Power Car Demo –
  Asphalt by Paddock Area◄►Doughnut Eating Contest --Lawn
3pm - Mini Magic Show --Free Stage Area◄► Back Seat Driver
  Contest --Main Arena
3pm to finish - Exhibitor’s Door Prize & Guessing Game Give-
  A-Ways, Business Drawings◄►Daily Door Prize & Valpak
  Drawings --B bldg.
3:30pm - Resemblance Female Quartet --Free Stage◄►Water
  Sponge Relay --Lawn
3:30pm to close - Guitar Hero Contest by Play & Trade --Lawn
4pm - Wild Bill Toady Show- Lawn◄►Spray Can Artist --SE End
4-H Bldg. outside)◄►Boot/Shoe Kickin’ Contest --Lawn◄► Kite
  Making --Ball Field
4:30pm - Portneuf Gap Bluegrass Band – Roy McKee --Free Stage
  ◄►Rock – Scissors – Paper Tournament --Lawn◄►Dog
   in Pickup Contest--Main Arena
5pm - Dutch Oven Cooking Demo--“Apple Dumplings” by Brad &
 Susan Gardiner --Lawn Area◄►Magic & Ben Fisher
 Ventriloquist Shows --B bldg.
5pm - Men’s Tire Changing --Lawn
5:30pm - Rapid Creek Band–Soft Rock Music - Ron Clayson --
  Free Stage◄►Oldest Car & Oldest Pickup Contest --S. Parking
  Lot ◄►Kids John Deere Pedal Car Race --Asphalt by Paddock
5:30pm - Redneck Family Entertainment - Events For All Ages
   --Main Arena (Goat Tail Ribbon Tie, Muttin' Bustin', Calf
  Chase, Greased Pig, Cowpie, Spoon, Rubber Chicken, Hubcap &
  Boulder Throw, Toilet Paper Race, Root Beer Chuggin’) - ck
  purple pages
5;30 to 7:30 - CW HOG horse rides - $1 a ride --Paddock Area
6pm - Women’s Pie Eating Contest - Costco --Lawn Area◄►Matt
 Sorensen Spray Can Artist --SE End 4-H Bldg. (outside)◄► Kite
  Making --Ball Field
6:30pm - Men’s Pie Eating Contest - Costco --Lawn Area
7pm - Magic Show--Free Stage◄►Women’s Tire Changing Lawn
7:30pm - Calhoun’s Rock & Roll Extravaganza with Twist & Hula
  Hoop contests--Free Stage◄►Greased Pole Climb --SW Corner
  Lawn
7:30pm - Lawn Mower Rodeo (New 2-3 hour show from Stock to
 Modified Sled Pulls, Drag Races, Relay Races, Circle Track)
  --Main Arena
8:30pm - Spray Can Artist --SE End of 4-H Bldg. (outside)
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 Release 4-H & Open class Animal Exhibits --Livestock Barns
                 MONDAY AUGUST 17, 2009
10am to 3pm - Release Open Class Exhibits/ Pay Premiums-B bldg
10am to 12pm - Release 4-H Home Ec. & Misc. Projects &
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    WAL-MART GROCERY CART GIVEAWAY
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    UFAIR EVENT DETAILS                                                                                           SPECIAL DRAWINGS
                                                                                         Saturday at 3pm -- NE Corner of B. Bldg.
             ENTRY DAYS FOR EXHIBITS
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                   August 10th & 11th
         ACTIVITIES< GAMES< CONTESTS<FUN
                                                                                                  BALED CAR TRIVIA
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                                                                                            Car supplied by Walt’s Auto Salvage
                                                                                   Check the car outside the B building then
                       OPEN CLASS GOAT SHOW
                                                                                   Identify the Make, Year & Weight of the car
                       Enter by Noon Tuesday, Aug. 11th                            Fill out & deposit your ballot inside the B bldg.
Show Wednesday, Aug. 12th at 9:30am -- Livestock Barn                              One entry per person
                                                                                   MUST be 18 years old to enter
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                                                                                   $25 prize to the winner
        EXHIBITOR DOOR PRIZE DRAWINGS
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   Sr. Grand Prize ---$100 gas gift card from Maverik &                     Pick up & deposit your ballot inside the B building.
    Bannock County Fair                                                      One entry per person
   Jr. Grand Prize --- $50 gift card from Budget Tapes &                    MUST be 18 years old to enter
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    Records & Bannock County Fair                                                               HOPKINS MEAT PACKING CO.
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    given away Sat. at 3pm NE Corner B bldg.                                 Pick up & deposit your ballot inside the B Building.
   SIGN UP for drawing when you enter your exhibits
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 “Best Exhibit” & Rosette winners will receive Gift                         Pick up & deposit your ballot inside the B Building.
  Certificates, which were donated by Local Businesses,                      Must be 21 years old to enter
  for their Special Exhibits. The “Best Exhibit” awards                      One entry per person
  are in pre-determined areas.                                                                                        COMMERCIAL TIRE
 Pick up PRIZES on Saturday or Monday with check.
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                                                                             Pick up & deposit your ballot inside the B building.
                  “JUDGES CHOICE” QUILT
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             $50 prize given from Bannock County Fair
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                                                                                                              MYSTIQUE THEATER
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                       Wednesday Through Saturday                            MUST be 18 years old to enter
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                                                                             One entry per person

         DAILY DOOR PRIZE & Valpak DRAWINGS
           Drawings -- 3pm Wednesday - Saturday                                                                                               DISPLAYS
    Sign Up for daily drawings& drop off Valpak Coupon                                    Bannock County Historical Museum – B bldg.
                   in NE Corner of B bldg.                                                   Pocatello Model Railroad – 4-H bldg.
       Daily Door Prizes are first come first serve basis                               ISU College of Technology & Energy – Breezeway
                                                                                                   Fort Hall Replica◄►DUP
                           ??? GUESSING GAME ???
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               ENTER -- Wednesday - Saturday                                                Eastern Idaho Aeromodelers Inc. – 4-H bldg
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   Guess # of items in the bottle
   Winner is the person who guesses closest without going                                              Pocatello National Guard – Lawn
     over                                                                                           MCKEE’S PETTING ZOO
   In case of a tie, winner determined by a drawing                                                      Wednesday through Saturday
   $20 Cash Prize to winner                                                                                   Livestock Barn
   Prize Winner announced Sat. - 3pm - NE corner B
    Building

                                       SPIN & WIN
Hourly From Noon to 9pm each day – Free StageNames will be drawn
hourly & winner will have a chance to spin wheel & win a prize. Must
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                                                                                 HORSE RIDES - $1
                   QUEENS and COWBOYS                                           Sponsored by C.W. HOG
     Wednesday - Saturday <> Breezeway - 2 to 7pm                      Rides in Open Horse Barn – Wed. – 1-3pm
 Queens & Cowboys will be available to talk to &
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   answer your questions                                              Thurs. 3-5:30pm Fri 3-5pm – Sat. 5:30-7:30pm
 Free picture taken with a Queen or Cowboy
 Free Face Painting                                                         GUITAR HERO by PLAY & TRADE
                                                                             Wednesday--Saturday – Lawn Area
                                                                                 3:30pm to Close Each Day
                 BLUE BARN FAMILY FUN
                                                                             Come, Have Fun, & Test Your Skills
                Wednesday through Saturday
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 Make & Take Activities, Games, Contests, Trading                                      KITE MAKING
  Post, Family Fun, Extension Nutrition Craft, Mr.                                     By Sunrise Kites
  Beason – Cartoon Clinic, Dapco Hobbies Plastic                        Thursday through Saturday – Ball Field
  Model Make & Take & More                                       Make & Take free kite -- 2, 4, 6pm each day
                                                                 Purchase Items Available
              GREASED POLE CLIMB
                  SW Corner of Lawn                                               CANDY DROP
     Wed. - 1:30pm & 7pm    Thurs. - Noon & 7pm
      Fri. - 1pm & 8pm    Sat. - 2pm & 7:30pm                               Pocatello Fire Department
                                                                           Thursday, August 13 - 11am - lawn
              Each contest is scheduled for 1 hour                           Friday, August 14- 2pm - lawn
     Ages 8-12 will climb the 1st half hour - $10 Prize          Limited spots available for children to ride up in fire
                                                                    truck bucket to drop candy.
     Ages 13-18 will climb the 2nd half hour - $10 Prize         One ride per person.
                                                                 Children must be tall enough to see over top of the
                     Bring Old Clothes                              bucket in order to ride.
         ( You can win only once during week)
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                                                                 Moms, Dads -- Bring your camera for a fun picture
                                                                    taking opportunity

                    ENTERTAINERS                                              DOG AGILITY SHOW
             Wednesday Through Saturday
                                                                     Wednesday Aug. 12 - 6pm – Lawn by Trees
         Check Schedule for Times, Days & Place
                                                                           Open Class - $2 fee per dog
♥   Jim &Chris Calhoun – Western & Oldies Shows                                      Height Classes
♥   Wild Bill Toady Show                                                         8”, 12”, 16”, 20”, 24”
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♥   Matt Sorensen – Spray Can Artist                             Dogs need to be contained or on a leash unless
♥   Dr. Steve Shropshire – Physics Show                            performing.
♥   Magic Show –Lee & Alex Trench                                Course similar to AKC standard course
♥   Randy Bybee – Juggler                                        Sign up between 5:30 & 5:45 on the lawn by the show
♥   Rapid Creek Band – Ron Clayson                               Cash prizes awarded to winners in each height class.
♥   Mario Smith –Comedy for Family Viewing
♥   Ben Fisher – Ventriloquist
♥   Gene Galloway & Bruce Bowman                                    Pressure Cooker Lid Check
♥   Sandra Orton –Autoharp & Vocal                                          Idaho Cooperative Extension Office
♥   Boyd & Kent Murdock – Vocal                                     Thursday, August 13 – 4-7pm – B Bldg. -- $2 per lid
♥   Red Riding Hood & Wolf Dance Fun Show                            Other information will be available to purchase
♥   Country Line Dancing
♥   ISU Japanese Drummers & Dancers
♥   Resemblance Female Quartet
♥   Radio Controlled Aircraft Show
♥   Portneuf Gap Bluegrass – Roy McKee
♥   Put-Num Together Old Country & Bluegrass Show
                                                                             PIE EATING CONTESTS
♥   Silver Chords Western Show                                                SPONSORED BY COSTCO
♥   Konni Kendell Morgan                                         Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009 - by Free Stage - 18 & up
♥   Kratz Bros. Band                                            Are you Man or Woman Enough to eat a Costco pie??
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♥   Jacki Marie                                                    Women’s Contest 6pm** Men’s Contest 6:30pm
♥   Ethan Williams
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                This Spud’s For You!!                                 Equine Anatomy & Shoeing Clinic
               ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^                                                              Open Horse Barn
                     Free Potato Bar                                                           Friday, Aug. 14
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                      Breezeway                                    2 to 4pm - 4 man team shoeing
            FOOD, FUN & ENTERTAINMENT                              4 to 6pm - 2 man shoeing
                    First 600 people                                                      Saturday, Aug. 15
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                                                                   11am to 6pm - Forging & shoeing contest

                                                                           For more information call Dave Wright, 775-3451


                                                                                                      PET STAR
                                                                                 Sponsored by: Pocatello Pet Lodge
                 Potatoes served by the                             Friday, August 14 – 5:30pm - In Front of Grandstand
             Bannock County Commissioners                                               Sign In: 4:30pm
         Sponsored by: United Dairymen of Idaho                    Bring your Pet to the fair & have them do their best
                                                                    Trick/Talent (all participants receive $5 gift card)
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                                                                   Pets must be contained or on a leash at all times when
                OPEN JR. HORSE SHOW                                 not performing.
                     Friday, August 14                             Pets must have current shots
              9am - Main Arena (enter 8 - 9am)                     Prizes to winners: $15, $10, $5
               Sponsored by B Bar B Leather                        Also $50, $30, $20 Pet Lodge gift certificates
Entry $5 per event - 4-H rules apply
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COSTUME LEAD LINE
1. Horse or Pony                                                                OWNER to OWNER DOG RACE
2. 4 & under - horse or pony                                              Friday, August 14 – 6:30pm – Main Arena
 LEAD LINE WESTERN PLEASURE
(cannot enter open pleasure)
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STICK HORSE PLEASURE                                                 or on a leash at all times when not performing
(rider must furnish own stick horse)
1. Age 8-9
                                                                   Dogs must have current shots
2. Age 5-7                                                         Two people per dog make a team
3. 4 & Under                                                       Sign-up in Main Arena at 6pm
 STICK HORSE BARREL RACE                                           Prizes to winners in each height class: $10, $5
1. 4 & Under
2. Age 5-7
3. Age 8-9
TAKE THE RIBBON OFF THE GOATS TAIL                                                        BEACH PARTY
1. 4 & Under
2. Age 5-7                                                                     Friday, Aug. 14 -- 7pm - Main Arena
3. Age 8-9                                                                     FUN TO WATCH & PARTICIPATE!!!!
 FITTING & SHOWING                                                 Dodge Ball – Walk on teams of 9 are welcome to sign
1. Age 15-18 - horse only
2. Age 12-14 - horse or pony
                                                                          in at 6:30pm
3. Age 9-11- horse or pony                                               Volleyball Games
4. 8 & Under - horse or pony                                             Walk on teams of 6 are welcome to sign in at 6:30pm
OPEN WESTERN PLEASURE (horse or pony)                                    Horseshoe Fun – Bobby Faulkner
1. Age 15-18
                                                                         Juggling Show, clinic & contest – Randy Bybee
2. Age 12-14
3. Age 9-11                                                              Kratz Bros. Band – Limbo Contest
4. 8 & Under
 WALK/TROT
(cannot enter open pleasure)                                              CASTING FOR THE BIG ONE CONTEST
 RIDE A BUCK (must provide own dollar - winner takes all)                       Saturday, Aug. 15 – Main Arena
1. Age 9 & Over
2. Age 8 & Under
                                                                                      Sign In by 10:30am
 BARREL RACE                                                      11am - 17 & under---Cast into hula hoops 10, 25, 40 ft.
1. Age 8 & Under                                                  12 noon - 18 & up--Cast into hula hoops 10, 30, 60 ft.
2. Age 9-11                                                        Limited to 10 contestants in each age group
3. Age 12-14
4. Age 15-18
                                                                   One practice cast
POLE BENDING                                                       Five casts in each hula hoop to score points
1. Age 8 & Under                                                   Prizes include: $10 gift certificate & T-shirt; from
2. Age 9-11              Checks payable to JoLynn Anderson          Portneuf River Outfitters
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    BACK SEAT DRIVING CONTEST                                             CONTESTS for Redneck Olympics
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             Saturday, Aug. 15 – 3pm – Main Arena
                                                                                  Spoon & Egg Race (Kids - 6-8)
                                                                                  Spoon & Egg Race (Kids - 9-12)
                       AGE: 16 years & older
                                                                                  Boulder Throw (Teens - 13-19)
                      Drivers License Mandatory
                                                                                  Hub Cap Throw (Men - 20 & up)
                                                                                  Toilet Paper Race (Women - 20 & up)
 Each team consists of two people.
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                                                                                  Other Redneck Activities such as Hog Callin’ if time
 A coin will be flipped to see who drives & who guides the
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  riding lawn mower, with trailer attached, through an                            Root beer Chugging – All Ages
  obstacle course
 The driver will be blind folded                                         INSTRUCTIONS
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 Timed event.                                                            Take ribbon off the Goat’s Tail, Mutton Bustin’, Calf
                                                                          Chase & Greased Pig contestants must sign Entry &
 Team with best time wins
                                                                          Permission Forms in the B building the week of the fair.
 Sign up & fill out entry form 30 minutes before Contest
                                                                          ♥ Children not eligible for Mutton Bustin’ may enter
 Contestants under 18 years of age must have parent or legal
  guardian sign form                                                              the calf chase moved from below
 Be in front of grandstand by 2:30pm for rules & instructions            ♥ SIGN UP DEADLINE is Sat. at 3pm . EARLY in
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 Prizes: $25, $15                                                                the week signup is recommended.
                                                                          ♥ LIMITS : 10 goat tail race, 30 mutton bustin’, 40
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                                                                             greased pig & 50 calf chase
                                                                          ♥ 4pm - final paper work & check in under
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     Saturday, August 15 – 4:30pm - Main Arena                              time.
                Sign in: 4pm by Main Arena                                ♥ 5pm - Mutton Bustin’ riders & one helper gather
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 Object: Your dog is to jump into back of your pickup
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  competing                                                                  2:30pm on Sat. The sheets will then be
 Current shots are required                                                 transported to tables in front of grandstands–
 Dogs is released from starting line                                        Limit 30 contestants
 First dog in the Correct pickup truck wins
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                                                                          ♥ Mutton Bustin’ Child must be between 4 & 7 years
                                                                             of age and weigh less than 45 pounds
        MEN’S & WOMEN’S TIRE CHANGING
                                                                          ♥ Mutton Bustin’ rider may use a rope (put on by
Saturday, Aug. 15 -Lawn - 5pm Men’s & 7pm Women’s
                                                                             Redneck Family Entertainment committee
            Sponsored by Quigley’s Tire Towne
                                                                             member only) or take a wool hold and ride for six
                  AGE: 16 years & older
                                                                             (6) seconds. Child may use one or two hands, with
♥ Hey Guys & Gals!! Here’s your chance to test your tire
                                                                             one-hand rides receiving more points. Child must
   changing skills
                                                                             ride for six (6) seconds to score and receive points.
♥ This is a timed event
                                                                             Sheep shall be chute run, with two (2) contestants
♥ Car, tires & equipment will be furnished
                                                                                  per chute. One helper per contestant will be allowed in
♥ Come up to the fairgrounds to compete                                           the chute area. No spurs allowed.
♥ $25 cash prizes!!                                                       ♥ Greased Pig contestants may get dirty.
                                                                          ♥ Pigs will be greased with corn oil.
            REDNECK FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT                                  ♥ Parents MUST be present at time of event.
                 AND REDNECK OLYMPICS                                              NEW THINGS AT THE FAIR!!!
            Saturday, Aug. 15 - 4:30pm - Main Arena
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                                                                         Bungee Trampoline◄ ► C.W. Hog Horse Rides◄ ► Fun
                        Free Admission
                                                                        Run◄ ► Guitar Hero◄ ► Pet Star◄ ► Schwans Ice Cream
        SPONSORS: Alpine Medical Center, Hawthorne
                                                                          Eating Contest◄ ► Kite Make & Take◄ ► Quilt Block
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                Animal Hospital, Coca Cola,
            Hanson’s Janitorial, & Walt’s Salvage
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                                                                       Pie EatingContest◄ ► Cartoon Clinic–Mr. Beason◄ ► John
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                                                                       Deere Pedal Tractor Race◄ ► Pocatello Fire House◄ ► Line
            Take Ribbon off the Goat’s Tail - (2-3)
            Mutton Bustin’ - (4-7 - rules below)                       Dancing Instructions◄ ► Trailer Race◄ ► Bed Races◄ ►
            Calf Chase - (8-10)                                         Men’s Tire Changing◄ ► Lawn Mower Rodeo & Races
            Greased Pig - (11-13)
            Cow Pie Throw - (14-18)                                          Casting Clinic & Casting For The Big One Contest
            Wooden Spoon Throw - (Women 19 & up)
            Rubber Chicken Throw - (Men 19 & Up)

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                                            GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
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                                                 the proper class. If the committee          sum shall be forfeited to the
1. The Bannock County Fair Board                 and exhibitor cannot agree to the           Bannock County Fair.
  will not assume any responsibility             classification, it shall be left to the   12. Allotment of space and
  for injury or damage to either                 discretion of the judge. Decision of        management of each division shall
  persons exhibiting at the fair or to           the judge shall be final. Judge shall       be in the hands of that Department
  livestock or other products                    be expected, if called upon, to give        chairman.
  exhibited, but will cooperate fully            reasons for their decisions.              13. Premium money will be paid
  in an effort to make the fair                 10. Any person attempting to                 according to Judges Sheets only.
  pleasant and profitable.                       influence the judge or show                 No premium money will be paid to
2. Exhibitors must, in all cases, be             disrespect to any award or judge            individuals who present ribbons as
  the bonafide owners of articles                will forfeit all premiums and will          evidence for payment unless Judges
  exhibited. A transfer of ownership             be excluded from competition.               Sheets support individual claim for
  for the purpose of exhibiting will            11. All protests must be submitted           payment. NO EXCEPTIONS to
  debar any articles from receiving              in writing, setting forth grounds for       the rules.
  premiums.                                      protest. Protest against the exhibit      14. Premium checks will be ready
3. The Fair Board reserves the right             of any article or animals must be           on the last day of each fair.
  to refuse admittance or remove                 filed with the Superintendent of the        ** Premium checks must be cashed
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  from the grounds any person whose              fair at least 24 hours before the           within ninety days of payment. If
  personal conduct is objectionable.             awards are made. Protests against           checks are not cashed within the
4. All exhibits will be under the                the awards must be filed with the           allotted time, the premium will be
  control of the Fair Board while on             Superintendent no later than 4:00           considered a donation to the Fair.
  exhibition.                                    pm of the day following that upon           Thank You
5. Awards shall be made on merit                 which the awards were made.               15. In the event premiums exceed
  alone and given at the discretion of           Protests will be considered by the          the budgeted fund, all payments
  the judge.                                     committee at its first meeting after        will be prorated.
6. All exhibits must be entered by               the filing of the protest. Parties           Downey: You may pick up entry
  and released through respective                interested will be notified by the        tags at the City office or from
  department committees.                         Superintendent and opportunity            Piney Morrison: 317-5424, prior to
7. Exhibitors not following check                given them to submit evidence. In         the fair
  out rules will forfeit premiums.               every case of protest the party               Pocatello: You may pick up
8. All entries must be on the                    protesting must deposit with the          entry sheets and tags at the fair
  fairgrounds in accordance with Fair            Superintendent, the sum of $25.00         grounds office 237-1340, prior to the
  Program Schedule.                              which sum shall in the event of the       fair.
9. Prior to judging, each department             protest being sustained, be returned
  committee will inspect all exhibits            to the complainant, and if the
  to determine if they are entered in            protest is not sustained, the said



                                        ADULT DEPARTMENT
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      DEPARTMENT A                                      Monday 10am to 3pm                  and presented “in the department”
                                                                                            with the article to be exhibited.
      HOMEMAKING                                       DEPARTMENT RULES
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                                                1. Exhibitors are limited to ONE            DEPARTMENT A - DIVISION I
ENTRY TIMES                                       entry in each class.
                                                                                              FOOD PRESERVATION
Downey : Monday 4 to 8pm
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           Tuesday 8am to noon                    and clean.                               Downey: LouDonna Day, Myrna
Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7pm - Enter
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sewing, household furnishings                     EXHIBITOR’S OWN WORK and
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Tuesday 9am to 1pm - Baking &                     not exhibited before.                            (see dept. rules)
  food preservation only. (You may              4. Ribbons and awards will be given
  enter these divisions on Monday                 according to the merits of exhibit.      1. 1 jar of food constitutes an entry.
  between 5 & 7pm if unable to                  5. Judges are not required to award        2. All canned foods must be
  enter Tuesday)                                  all three placings in a class or lot.      processed in standard clear glass
                                                6. In Pocatello, entry sheets & tags         canning jars with clean self-sealing,
RELEASE TIMES:                                    must be filled out by the exhibitor        two piece lids. Use same brand lids
Downey : Saturday 3pm
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Pocatello : Saturday 8 to 10pm &
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3. Jars must have a vacuum seal.           27.   Peaches                    96. Corn
  Jars must be labeled on bottom           28.   Pears                      97. Tomatoes
  stating product name, method of          29.   Plums                      98. Tomatoes, stewed
  canning (boiling water vs. pressure)     30.   Raspberries                99. Other vegetables
  and processing time. (adjust to          31.   Other fruit                        DEPARTMENT A
  altitude)                                                                       DIVISION II BAKING
4. Head space requirements: ¼” for         JAM
                                           34. Apricot                      Downey: : LouDonna Day, Myrna
  jams, jellies; ½” for tomatoes,                                           Foster
  fruits, pickles; ½ to 1” for             35. Butters
                                           36. Mixed fruit                  Pocatello: Julie & Sheryl Siler
  vegetables; 1 to 1 ¼” for meats.
                                           37. Peach
5. Jar sizes: Fruits, Juices,                                                         (see dept. rules)
  Vegetables, & Meats - pints or           38. Plum
  quarts; (corn must be in pints); Jams,   39. Raspberry                    1. All baking exhibits must be on
  Jellies, Relishes, & Fish - half pints   40. Strawberry                     disposable white plate and enclosed
  or pints                                 41. Other jam                      in a clear plastic bag.
6. All canned foods will be judged                                          2. Iced and decorated cakes need not
  on appearance and color of pack,         *A cooler will be provided for     be covered.
  uniformity of size, proper head          freezer jam                      3. No packaged cakes.
  space, clearness of liquid, and          JAM, FREEZER                     4. A rosette will be awarded for the
  selection and cleanliness of jar.        43. Apricot                       UBest Baking .
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7. Judges reserve the right to open        44. Strawberry
  products only if necessary when                                           PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                           45. Raspberry
  judging.                                 46. Other freezer jam
8. A Rosette will be given for Best
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  Dried Food and for Best Canned                                            DOUGHNUTS (1 Cake)
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                                           JELLY                            105. All-white layer
  Food.                                    49. Apple                        106. Angel food
                                           50. Grape                        107. Applesauce
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                 51. Other jelly                  108. Carrot
DRIED FRUITS, VEGETABLES,                  52. Any syrup                    109. Chiffon, no icing
HERBS & MEATS - 1/2 cup in                 JUICE                            110. Chocolate layer
plastic bag                                54. Grape                        111. Coffee Cake
                                           55. Tomato                       112. Devil's food
01.   Apples                                                                113. Fruit cake
02.   Apricots                             56. Other juice
                                                                            114. German chocolate
03.   Peaches                              MEAT/ SOUP                       115. Oatmeal
04.   Prunes                               59. Meat, any variety            116. Pound
05.   Fruit leather-2 pieces               60. Soup, any variety            117. Spice
06.   Other fruit                                                           118. Sponge
07.   Beans                                PICKLES                          119. Yellow layer
08.   Carrots                              70. Beet                         120. Any other cake
09.   Corn                                 71. Bread & Butter               121. Cupcakes, 4
10.   Onions                               72. Dill                         122. Cake doughnuts, 4
11.   Other vegetables                     73. Mustard                      123. Raised doughnuts, 4
12.   Basil                                74. Sweet
13.   Mint                                 75. Other pickles                CANDY- 6 pieces
14.   Oregano                                                               126. Divinity
15.   Parsley                              RELISHES                         127. Fondant
16.   Sage                                 79. Corn                         128. Fudge
17.   Other herbs                          80. Cucumber                     129. Hand-dipped chocolates
18.   Meat, 4 or 5 strips                  81. Tomato                       130. Mints
                                           82. Other relishes               131. Nut brittle
CANNED FOODS                                                                132. Suckers
                                           SAUCES                           133. Any other candy
FRUIT                                      86. Chili
20. Apples                                 87. Spaghetti                    COOKIES - 4
21. Applesauce                             88. Other sauces                 137. Applesauce
22. Apricots                                                                138. Chocolate chip
23. Cherries, pie                          VEGETABLES                       139. Filled
24. Cherries, sweet                        93. Beans                        140. Ice Box
25. Pie filling, apple                     94. Beets                        141. Oatmeal
26. Pie filling, other                     95. Carrots                      142. Peanut butter
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143. Plain sugar                                  DEPARTMENT A                 48.   Shorts
144. Snickerdoodles                             DIVISION III SEWING            49.   Sleepwear
145. Unbaked                           Downey: Lana Balis, Pam Potter          50.   Suit
146. Cookies from cake mix             Pocatello:                              51.   T-shirt
147. Collection - 3 kinds, 2 each                                              52.   Other item, not specified
148. Any other cookies                             (see dept. rules)
                                                                               WOMEN'S CLOTHING
COOKIES, BAR - 4                       1. Clothing must be pressed, clean,     57. Blouse/shirt
151. Brownie                             and on wire hangers.                  58. Coat, dressy
152. Chocolate chip                    2. A Rosette will be awarded for the    59. Coat, casual
153. Lemon                              UBest Fabric Sewn Clothing and for
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154. Any other bar cookie                the Best Knitted, Crocheted , or
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                                        UHomespun Exhibit entry.               62. Dress, dressy
DECORATED CAKES                                                                63. Dress, evening/formal
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                                       PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50              64. Dress, wedding
(Packaged cake or dummies will be                                              65. Jacket, lined
accepted in this category only)        WOVEN OR KNIT FABRICS                   66. Jacket, unlined
157. Birthday                                                                  67. Jumper
158. Fair Theme                        INFANT’S CLOTHING                       68. Lingerie - any item
159. Holiday                           01. Boy’s blessing outfit               69. Original design clothing
160. Novelty                           02. Cap or bonnet                       70. Robe or housecoat
161. Wedding                           03. Christening dress                   71. Shorts
                                       04. Dress                               72. Skirt
*A cooler will be provided for cream   05. Pajamas                             73. Slacks or pants
 pies and cheesecakes                  06. Play clothes                        74. Sleepwear
PIES AND CHEESECAKES                   07. Rompers                             75. Swimsuit
164. Cream                             08. Other item, not specified           76. 2 or 3 piece outfit, casual
165. Custard                                                                   77. 2 or 3 piece outfit, dressy
166. Lemon                             CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
                                       12. Blouse, girl’s woven                78. Vest
167. Peach                                                                     79. Other item, not specified
168. 2-crust apple                     13. Coat
169. 2-crust berry                     14. Dress, casual                       MISCELLANEOUS & HOLIDAY
170. 2-crust cherry                    15. Dress, dressy                       SEWING
171. Unfilled crust                    16. Jacket                              82. Accessories
172. Cheesecake                        17. Jeans                               83. Apron
173. Any other pie                     18. Jumper                              84. Costumes
                                       19. Lingerie - any item                 85. Doll clothes
QUICK BREADS - 1 loaf                  20. Overalls                            86. Doll quilts
177. Banana bread                      21. Pants, boys                         87. Stuffed animal
178. Corn meal bread                   22. Pants, girls                        88. Tree skirt
179. Date nut bread                    23. Robe                                89. Not specified
180. Pumpkin bread                     24. Shirt, boy’s woven
181. Zucchini bread                    25. Shorts                              CROCHETED CLOTHING
182. Baking powder biscuits, 4         26. Skirt                               91. Baby layette
183. Muffins, 4                        27. Sleepwear                           92. Booties
184. Any other quick bread             28. Suit                                93. Collar
                                       29. T-shirt, knit                       94. Dress
YEAST BREADS -1 loaf, 1 ring           30. 2-Piece outfits                     95. Slippers
187. Cracked wheat bread               31. Vest                                96. Sweater, cardigan
188. French bread                      32. Other item, not specified           97. Sweater, pullover
189. Sourdough bread                                                           98. Sweater set (infant)
190. White bread                       MEN'S CLOTHING                          99. Vest/poncho
191. 100% whole wheat                  38. Bathrobe                            100. Other item not specified
192. Whole wheat bread mixture         39. Coat
193. Machine made bread                40. Jacket                              KNITTED CLOTHING
194. Cinnamon rolls, 4                 41. Jeans
195. Parker house rolls, 4             42. Jogging/sweat suit                  Hand Knitted
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196. Whole wheat rolls, 4              43. Pants, casual                       104. Booties
197. Other rolls, 4                    44. Pants, dress                        105. Dress
198. Fancy coffee ring                 45. Shirt, casual                       106. Hat/cap
                                       46. Shirt, dress                        107. Mittens/gloves
                                       47. Shirt, western                      108. Scarf
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109. Slippers                          25.   Knitted, fancy
110. Sweater, cardigan                 26.   Knitted, plain                 BEDROOM LINENS &
111. Sweater, pullover                 27.   Knitted with cable stitch      ACCESSORIES
112. Vest/poncho                       28.   Knitted with panels            89. Any Bedspread
113. Other item, not specified         29.   Granny square                  90. Clothes hangers
                                       30.   Machine knitted                91. Pillowcases, appliqué
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115. Dish clothes                      32.   Original                       93. Pillowcases, cross-stitch
116. Dress                             33.   Other standard afghan          94. Pillowcases, cutwork
117. Hat/cap                                 not specified                      embroidery
118. Scarf                                                                  95. Pillowcases, embroidery
119. Slippers                          QUILTS, BABY                         96. Pillowcases, tatting finish
120. Sweater, cardigan                 34. Appliquéd                        97. Pillowcases, tricot
121. Sweater, pullover                 35. Cross stitch                     98. Pillowcases, not specified
122. Vest/poncho                       36. Embroidered                      99. Sheet & pillow case set
123. Other item, not specified         37. Pieced cotton, hand quilted
                                       38. Pieced cotton, machine quilted   KITCHEN ACCESSORIES
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                                       39. Pieced, tied                     104. Appliance covers
126. Accessories                       40. Pieced tricot, tied              105. Dish clothes, crocheted
127. Clothing                          41. Unpieced, hand quilted           106. Dish clothes, knitted
                                       42. Unpieced, machine quilted        107. Pot holders, crochet, 2
    DEPARTMENT A - DIVISION IV         43. Unpieced, tied                   108. Pot holders, knit, 2
     HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS             44. Other baby quilt not specified   109. Pot holders, woven fabric, 2
Downey: Iva Lou Jensen, Joy Hyde,                                           110. Pot holders, not specified, 2
Louisa Byington, Clea Barfuss          QUILTS, STANDARD SIZE                111. Tea towels, appliqué
Pocatello: Betty & Terri Exeter        45. Appliquéd                        112. Tea towels, counted cross
                                       46. Bedspread, quilted                    stitch
           (see dept. rules)           47. Camp quilt, quilted              113. Tea towels, cross-stitch
                                       48. Camp quilt, tied                 114. Tea towels, embroidery
1. Articles must be complete and       49. Chicken scratch                  115. Tea towels, not specified
  clean.                               50. Cross stitched
2. A rosette will be awarded for the   51. Embroidered                      TABLE LINENS
  Best Afghan, Best Quilt, & Best
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  Needlework other than Quilts &       53. Fabric scrap, machine quilted    120. Between meal cloth,
  Afghans                              54. Fabric scrap quilt, tied              embroidery
                                       55. Family or history                121. Between meal cloth, cross
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50             56. Lap quilt                             stitched
                                       57. Painted                          122. Between meal cloth, not
AFGHANS, BABY                                                                    specified
01. Afghan stitch                      58. Photography
                                       59. Pieced cotton, hand painted      123. Luncheon cloth
02. Crochet, fancy                                                          124. Hot plate mats, 2 or more
03. Crochet, plain                     60. Pieced cotton, hand quilted
                                       61. Pieced cotton, machine quilted   125. Placemats, woven, 2
04. Crochet, ripple                                                         126. Placemats, not specified, 2
05. Crochet in strips                  62. Pieced cotton, tied
                                       63. Pieced synthetic, hand quilted   127. Tablecloths, crochet
06. Double crochet                                                          128. Tablecloths, cross-stitch
07. Knitted, fancy                     64. Pieced synthetic, machine
                                           quilted                          129. Tablecloths, embroidered
08. Knitted, plain                                                          130. Tablecloths, not specified
09. Knitted with cable stitch          65. Pieced synthetic, tied
10. Knitted with panels                66. Pillow quilt
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11. Granny square                                                           cloth - 8 or 11 count
12. Machine knitted                    68. Quilt made by a group
                                       69. Unpieced, hand quilted           140. Non-hanging item (bookmark,
13. Navajo                                                                         pillow, etc.)
14. Original design                    70. Unpieced, machine quilted
                                       71. Unpieced, tied                   141. Original design not published
15. Other baby afghan not specified                                         142. Picture
                                       72. Unpieced, tricot
AFGHANS, STANDARD                      73. Youth sleeping bag               143. Sampler
19. Afghan stitch                      74. Youth quilt, pieced
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20. Crochet, fancy                                                          146. Non-hanging item (bookmark,
21. Crochet, plain                     76. Youth quilt, tied
                                       77. Other quilt, not specified            pillow, etc.)
22. Crochet, ripple                                                         147. Original design-not published
23. Crochet in strips                                                       148. Picture
24. Double crochet                     BATH ACCESSORIES
                                       80. Any bath accessory               149. Sampler
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Ucount                               213.   Woven                          270. Tree skirt
152. Non-hanging item (bookmark,     214.   Not specified
     pillow, etc.)                                                         RIBBON EMBROIDERY
153. Original design-not published   RUGS                                  277. Small item
154. Picture                         217. Braided                          278. Large item
155. Sampler                         218. Crocheted

FINE COUNTED CROSS STITCH
                                     219. Hooked                                      DEPARTMENT B
                                     220. Latch hooked
Belfast, All linens, etc. - over 2   221. Punched
                                                                                   ADULT ARTS & CRAFTS
  threads                            222. Rag                              ENTRY TIMES:
158. Non-hanging item (bookmark,     223. Woven                            Downey : Monday 4 to 8 pm &
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    pillow, etc.)                    224. Not specified                      Tuesday 8 am to noon
159. Original design-not published                                         Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7pm
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160. Picture                         WALL HANGINGS AND
161. Sampler                         PICTURES under 144 sq. inches         RELEASE TIMES:
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166. Crocheted items not specified   229. Embroidered
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170. Beaded                          233. Piece or patchwork               2. All entries must be the work of the
171. Crochet, course                 234. Quilted                            exhibitor and must be done in the
172. Crochet, filet                  235. Religious                          current year or never entered
173. Crochet, fine                   236. Sampler                            previously.
174. Embroidery                      237. Woven                            3. Awards and ribbons will be given
175. Knitted                         238. Not specified                      according to the merits of exhibits.
176. Tatted                                                                4. Judges are not required to award 3
177. Not specified                   Over 144 sq. inches
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                                     240. Appliqued                        5. All entries will be entered at your
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180. Beaded                          242. Cross stitched                     be taken to protect your entry.
181. Crochet, course                 243. Embroidered                      6. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags
182. Crochet, filet                  244. Latch hooked                      must be filled out by the exhibitor
183. Crochet, fine                   245. Needlepoint                      and presented with the article to be
184. Embroidery                      246. Petipoint                        exhibited.
185. Knitted                         247. Pieced, painted                               DEPARTMENT B
186. Tatted                          248. Piece or patchwork                       DIVISION I - GRAPHIC ARTS
187. Not specified                   249. Quilted                          Downey: Katie Paul, Stacey Burke
HANKIES                              250. Religious                        Sue Burke
191. Crocheted edge                  251. Sampler                          Pocatello: Cindy Turner, Melissa
192. Tatted edge                     252. Woven                            Turner
                                     253. Not specified                               (see dept. rules)
PILLOWS
196. Bolster                         TOYS AND HOLIDAY ITEMS                1. This division is limited to 10
197. Candle wicking                  needle work items only
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198. Chicken scratch                 256. Books                              space limits.
199. Commercial kit                  257. Christmas stocking               2. All paintings, must be 5” x 7” or
200. Crewel                          258. Doll clothes, thread crocheted     larger and matted or framed.
201. Crocheted                       259. Doll clothes, yarn crocheted       Matting must be heavy enough to
202. Cross-stitched                  260. Doll clothes, knitted              stand up.
203. Embroidered                     261. Holiday item, crocheted          3. Paintings MUST have wire or
204. Lace                            262. Holiday item, knitted              some other means so they are ready
205. Latch hooked                    263. Holiday item , plastic             to hang on hook on wall.
206. Machine quilted                       needlepoint                     4. A rosette will be awarded in
207. Needlepoint                     264. Holiday item, tatted               Division I for Best Graphic entry .
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208. Painted                         265. Holiday item, not specified
209. Preprinted panel                266. Toys, crocheted                  PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
210. Quilted                         267. Toys, knitted
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ACRYLIC                    PENCIL DRAWINGS                        96. Dish or tray
01. Animals                including colored Pencils
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02. Cartoon                55. Animals                            98. Figurine
03. Nature, (landscapes,   56. Cartoon                            99. Halloween
    waterscapes, etc.)     57. Nature, (landscapes,               100. Indian
04. People                      waterscapes, etc.)                101. Jewelry box
05. Still life             58. People                             102. Lamps
06. Not specified          59. Still life                         103. Musical
                           60. Not specified                      104. Other holiday not listed
CHARCOAL                                                          105. Thanksgiving
13. Animals                WATER COLORS                           106. Theme
14. Cartoon                62. Animals                            107. Vase
15. Nature, (landscapes,   63. Cartoon                            108. Wall hanging
    waterscapes, etc.)     64. Nature, (landscapes,               109. Western
16. People                     waterscapes, etc.)                 110. Not specified
17. Still life             65. People
18. Not specified          66. Still life                         CERAMICS, GLAZED
                           67. Not specified                      115. Animal
COMPUTER GENERATED ART      DEPARTMENT B - DIVISION II            116. Christmas
19. Animals                                                       117. Easter
                                CRAFTS AND HOBBIES
20. Cartoon                                                       118. Figurine
                           Downey: Velvalee Rose, Belva Hansen
21. Nature, (landscapes,                                          119. Halloween
                           Pocatello: Cindy Turner, Melissa
    waterscapes, etc.)                                            120. Lamp
22. People                 Turner
                                       (see dept rules)           121. Musical
23. Still life                                                    122. Other holiday not listed
24. Not specified          1. A rosette will be awarded for the   123. People
                             Best Craft/Hobby Exhibit .           124. Thanksgiving
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26. Animals                PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50             126. Vase
27. Cartoon                                                       127. Western
28. Nature, (landscapes,   BEADWORK                               128. Not specified
    waterscapes, etc.)     70. Amulet bags
29. People                 71. Beading on clothing                CERAMICS, PAINTED/STAINED
30. Still life             72. Netting                            130. Animal
31. Not specified          73. Right angle weave                  131. Christmas
                           74. Split loom                         132. Dish or tray
OILS                       75. Split weave                        133. Dry brush
33. Animals                76. Brick Stitch                       134. Easter
34. Cartoon                77. Peyote                             135. Figurine
35. Nature, (landscapes,   78. Loom                               136. Halloween
    waterscapes, etc.)     79. Beadwork in picture frame          137. Indian
36. People                 80. Not specified                      138. Jewelry box
37. Still life                                                    139. Lamp
38. Not specified          CANDLES                                140. Musical
                           82. Decorated container                141. Other holiday not listed
PASTELS                    83. Holiday
41. Animals                                                       142. Thanksgiving
                           84. Not scented                        143. Theme
42. Cartoon                85. Scented
43. Nature, (landscapes,                                          144. Vase
                           86. Not specified                      145. Wall hanging
    waterscapes, etc.)
44. People                                                        146. Western
                           CARVINGS
45. Still life                                                    147. Not specified
                           88. Soap
46. Not specified          89. Wood                               COLLECTIONS-6 or more-must be
                           90. Not specified                       mounted or in albums
PEN AND INK
48. Animals                                                       154. Buttons
                           CERAMICS, BRONZED
49. Cartoon                                                       155. Coins
                           91. Animals
50. Nature, (landscapes,                                          156. Miniatures
                           92. Figurines
    waterscapes, etc.)                                            157. Rocks
                           93. Not specified
51. People                                                        158. Shells
52. Still life             CERAMICS, CHALK PASTELS                159. Stamps
53. Not specified          95. Christmas                          160. Not specified

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CREATIVE TWIST               PAPER PRESSING                  SOAP
171. Baskets                 268. Any Paper Pressing         331. Any soap
172. Holiday
173. Wall hanging            PLASTER                         SOUTHWESTERN
174. Not specified           272. Christmas                  333. Dream catcher
                             273. Dish or tray               334. Key chain
DOLL HOUSE                   274. Easter                     335. Not specified
175. Fabric                  275. Figurine
176. Wood                    276. Halloween                  STAINED GLASS
177. Not specified           277. Indian                     337. Any stained glass
                             278. Jewelry box
DRIED FLOWERS                279. Lamp                       STRING ART
181. Arrangement             280. Musical                    339. Any string art
182. Swag                    281. Other holiday not listed
183. Wall hanging            282. Thanksgiving               TILE PICTURES
184. Not specified           283. Theme                      340. Any Tile Picture
                             284. Vase                       WEARABLE ART & VARIABLE
FELT ART                     285. Wall hanging
187. Christmas ornament                                      343. Appliqué
                             286. Western                    344. Children’s
188. Not specified           287. Not specified              345. Color point painting
HAND SPUN YARN               PLASTIC CANVAS                  346. Fabric box
190. Bulky                   290. Baby item                  347. Fabric wall hanging
191. Fine                    291. Baskets                    348. Painted t-shirt/sweatshirt
192. Medium                  292. Box                        349. Scarf
                             293. Calendar                   350. Not specified
HORSESHOE ART                294. Xmas item
200. Any article                                             WHEAT WEAVING
                             295. Doll                       355. Holiday item
LEATHER, Hand Tooled         296. Fridge magnet              356. Wall hanging
212. Belt                    297. Jewelry box                357. Not specified
213. Belt and holster        298. Other holiday item
214. Check book cover        299. Tissue cover               WOOD
215. Holster                 300. Wall hanging               359. Animal
216. Key ring                301. Not specified              360. Bird
217. Purse                                                   361. Burning
                             POETRY                          362. Carving
218. Wallet                  304. Any poetry
219. Not specified                                           363. Clocks
                             POTTERY                         364. Cut out
LEATHER - stamped            306. Gold leafing               365. Item of furniture
224. Belt                    307. Molded                     366. Jewelry box
225. Belt & holster          308. Thrown                     367. Lamp
226. Check book cover        309. Not specified              368. Ornaments
227. Holster                                                 369. Shelf
228. Key ring                RAFFIA                          370. Toy
229. Purse                   313. Centerpiece                371. Wall plaque
230. Wallet                  314. Holiday                    372. Not specified
231. Not specified           315. Wall hanging
                             316. Not specified              WREATHS
METAL WORK                                                   375. Christmas
242. Tin punch-any article   SILK FLORAL                     376. Decorated grapevine
243. Tooling                 320. Arrangement                377. Decorated straw wreath
244. Wire art                321. Bouquet                    378. Fabric wreath
245. Not specified           322. Boutonniere                379. Other holiday
                             323. Corsage                    380. Not specified
MODELS                       324. Decorated fan
259. Boat                    325. Decorated hat              RUBBER STAMP ART
260. Car                     326. Decorated swag             382. Greeting card (include
261. Original                327. Hairpiece                       envelope)
262. Plane                   328. Holiday item               383. Gift tags (4 different tags - any
263. Train                   329. Wall hanging                    theme)
264. Not specified           330. Not specified              384. Sampler
                                                             385. Scrapbook page
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386. Stamping on fabric                440. Soft sculpture doll               511. Thanksgiving
387. Stamping on wood                  441. Doll, not specified               512. Not specified
388. Not specified
                                             DEPARTMENT B                            DEPARTMENT B
SCRAPBOOKS - Single page               DIVISION IV - TOLE PAINTING             DIVISION V - PHOTOGRAPHY
391. Holiday
                                       1. A rosette will be awarded for the   Downey: Stacie Burke, Sue Burke,
392. Theme
                                         Best Tole Painted Exhibit .          Katie Paul
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394. Not specified                               (see dept. rules pg.?)

SCRAPBOOKS                                                                               (see dept. rules)
                                       PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
397. Cover                                                                    PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
398. Family History                    ANIMAL
399. Holiday                           445. Freestanding                      1. Work must be original and taken
400. Theme                             446. Hanging                             by the exhibitor. Photos cannot be
401. Wedding                           447. Not specified                       entered more than one year.
402. Not specified                                                            2. Photographs MUST be 5x7, and
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        DEPARTMENT B                   451. 12" and smaller
                                                                              3. Exhibitors are limited to one entry
      DIVISION III - DOLLS
                                       452. 12 -18" high
                                                                                in any class and a total of 20 photos
                                       453. More than 18"
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                                       458. Decorations                         matted. No frames will be
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                                       460. People                            5. A rosette will be awarded for Best
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PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50             461. Not specified                       Photograph.
CERAMIC DOLLS                          CLOCKS                                 PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
406. Boy                               465. Hanging
407. Girl                              466. Sitting                                    AMATEUR
408. Not specified                     467. Not specified                     B & W…………………...COLOR
                                                                              550. Animal, domestic……...650.
PORCELAIN DOLLS                        DECORATIVE TOLE                        551. Animal, wild….………..651.
409. Baby doll                         478. Furniture                         552. Architectural..………….652.
410. Christmas doll                    479. Milk can                          553. Bird……….……………653.
411. Indian doll                       480. Other container                   554. Cityscape….……………654.
412. Theme                             481. Plate or dish                     555. Clouds or rainbows…….655.
413. Western                           482. Not specified                     556. Flowers….……………..656.
414. Full porcelain, head, body feet                                          557. Insects..………………...657.
 and arms                              DOLLS                                  558. Lights or fire….………..658.
415. Part porcelain- fabric or         486. Hanging                           559. Nature.………………....659.
 other body                            487. Painted                           560. Old buildings.………….660.
                                       488. Painted & dressed                 561. Pattern/design.………….661.
WOOD DOLLS                             489. Standing                          562. Portrait, bride.………….662.
423. Boy                               490. Sitting                           563. Portrait, child/children.…663.
424. Christmas                         491. Not specified                     564. Portrait, couple.………...664.
425. Girl
                                                                              565. Portrait, group.…………665.
426. Not specified                     FOLK ART                               566. Portrait, man…………....666.
                                       495. Animals                           567. Portrait, wedding……….667.
MISCELLANEOUS DOLLS                    496. People
429. Bed doll                                                                 568. Portrait, woman.……......668.
                                       497. Not specified                     569. Seasonal, spring…..….. ..669.
430. Canvas, painted
431. Costumed doll                                                            570. Seasonal, summer….…..670.
                                       NOVELTY TOLE
432. Creative twist                                                           571. Seasonal, autumn.……...671.
                                       500. Hanging
433. Crocheted                                                                572. Seasonal, winter.……….672.
                                       501. Plaque
434. Doll w/ purchased head &                                                 573. Series, 2 or more photos..673.
                                       502. Standing
 hands                                                                        574. Special effects/multiple
                                       503. Not specified
435. Holiday doll                                                                   exposure…………...….674.
436. Mop, large                        OTHER HOLIDAY                          575. Sports action.…..……….675.
437. Mop, mini                         508. Easter                            576. Story telling picture….....676.
438. Raffia                            509. Fourth of July                    577. Sunrise/sunset...………...677.
439. Sewn doll                         510. Halloween                         578. Vacation……..…………678.
                                                                              579. Waterscape…...………...679.
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580.       Wood.………..………....680.          ASTERS, POWDER PUFF - 5          DIANTHUS - 5 stems
581.       Computer enhanced….....681.     stems                           69. Mixed colors
582.       Candid Humor.…...….....682.    07. Pink, dark or light          70. One color
583.       Not specified…………....683.      08. Purple, lavender
                                          09. White                        GAILLARDIA -5 stems
                                                                           74. Mixed color
           DEPARTMENT C                   10. Mixed colors
                                                                           75. One color
           FLORICULTURE                   BACHELOR BUTTONS -10 stems
ENTRY TIMES:                              13. One color                    GLADIOLUS - 1 stem
Downey : Monday 4 to 8pm &
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potted plants                             17. Begonia, tuberous - 1 stem    a. Lavender 3 stems
Tuesday 9am to 1pm cut flowers                                             79. Lavender, with blotch
                                          CALENDULA - 5 stems              80. Orange
 only (may enter cut flowers 5-7pm        20. Orange
 on Monday if unable to enter on                                            a. Orange 3 stems
                                          21. Yellow                       81. Orange with blotch
 Tuesday.)
                                                                           82. Pink
                                          CARNATIONS - 5 stems              a. Pink 3 stems
RELEASE TIMES:                            24. One color
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                                                                           83. Pink with blotch
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  Monday 10 am to 3 pm                    CHRYSANTHEMUM W/                  a. Purple 3 stems
                                          FOLIAGE                          85. Purple with blotch
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                                          28. Decorative - 1 stem           a. Red 3 stems
2. Exhibitors must furnish own            29. Exhibition - 1 stem          87. Rose
  containers. (no paper please)           30. Pom Pom - 5 stems             a. Rose 3 stems
3. Exhibit shall be GROWN BY     U                                         88. Rose or red with blotch
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                                          COCKSCOMB - 3 stems              89. Salmon
4. Flowers will be judged on              34. Any cockscomb                 a. Salmon 3 stems
  condition, quality, and conformity to                                    90. Smokey
  species or variety, foliage and stem,   COSMOS - 7 stems                  a. Smokey 3 stems
  and balance in relation to container.   37. Mixed colors                 91. Salmon or Smokey with blotch
5. A rosette will be awarded to           38. One color                    92. White or cream
  exhibitor with Best Cut Flower
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6. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags     DAHLIAS W/ FOLIAGE - 3 stems     94. Yellow
  must be filled out by the exhibitor,    42. Ball                          a. Yellow 3 stems
  and presented with the article to be    43. Collarette                   95. Yellow with blotch
  exhibited.                              44. Dahlia bouquet               96. Not specified
                                          45. Dinner plate -1 stem
         DEPARTMENT C                     46. Formal decorative -1 stem    GLADIOLUS MINIATURE-1 stem
    DIVISION I - CUT FLOWERS              47. Incurve cactus -1 stem       112. Green
Downey: Laura Hansen, Marilyn             48. Informal - decorative        113. Lavender or purple
Naef, Kathy Richardson,                   49. Orchid flowered              114. Orange
Stephanie Richardson                      50. Peony flowered               115. Pink
Pocatello: Karen Andersen, Marilyn        51. Pompom                       116. Red
Jepson                                    52. Single, sm. 4-6"             117. Rose
           (see dept. rules)              53. Single, lrg. 6-8"            118. Salmon
                                          54. Straight cactus              119. Smokey
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                                                 120. White or cream
                                          DAISIES - 5 stems                121. Yellow
ALYSSUM - Bouquet                         58. African                      122. Not specified
01. Any alyssum                           59. Black Eyed Susan
                                          60. Gloriosa                     GLADIOLUS BOUQUET
ASTERS, EARLY AMERICAN OR                 61. Shasta                       124. Miniature
CREGO - 5 stems                           62. Not specified                125. Mixed colors
02. Pink, dark or light                                                    126. One color
03. Purple, lavender                      DELPHINIUM - 3 stems
04. White                                 65. One color or mixed           LARKSPUR - 5 stems
05. Mixed colors                          66. Single stem                  131. One color
                                                                           132. Mixed colors
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                                  195.   Orange                       254. Miniature, suitable for lamp
LILIES - 1 stem                   196.   Peace                              table
134. One color                    197.   Peace, Chicago               255. Rose arrangement
135. Multi color                  198.   Pink                         256. Single flower arrangement
                                  199.   Red                          257. Suitable for breakfast or
MARIGOLD - 5 stems (African-      200.   Salmon                            dinner table
  large, French-small)            201.   Variegated                   258. Suitable for coffee table
137. African, orange              202.   White                        259. Suitable for mantle
138. African, yellow              203.   Yellow                       260. Fair Theme arrangement
139. Drop/Gem, orange or yellow   204.   Not specified                261. Unusual, depicting your own
140. French, multicolor, dark                                              theme
141. French, multicolor, light    ROSE MINIATURE - 1 stem              DEPARTMENT C - DIVISION II
142. French, orange               207. Bouquet
143. French, single leaf                                                   POTTED PLANTS
                                  208. Orange
144. French, yellow               209. Pink                           Downey: Mary Cox
145. Not specified                210. Red                            Pocatello: Vicki Rivera
                                  211. Salmon                                    (see dept. rules)
NASTURTIUMS - 5 stems             212. Variegated
147. Mixed colors                 213. White
148. One color                                                        PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                  214. Yellow
PANSIES - 5 stems                 215. Not specified                  1. Exhibitors are limited to ONE
150. Blotched                                                           entry in each class.
                                  SALVIA -5 stems                     2. If stand or display is necessary to
151. Mixed shades                 217. Blue, annual
152. Solid color                                                        exhibit plant, exhibitor must furnish
                                  218. Blue, perennial                  it.
153. Viola                        219. Red                            3. A rosette will be awarded for Best
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                                  SNAPDRAGONS -3 Stems                4. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags
155. Mixed colors                 221. Bicolor
156. One color                                                          must be filled out by the exhibitor,
                                  222. Pink                             and presented with the article to be
PETUNIAS, PLAIN - 3 stems         223. Red                              exhibited.
160. Bicolor                      224. White
161. Lavender or purple           225. Yellow                         AFRICAN VIOLET, DOUBLE
162. Pink or rose                 226. Not specified                  265. Blue
163. Red                                                              266. Pink
                                  SUNFLOWERS - 1 stem                 267. Purple
164. White                        228. 4’’ & under, yellow
165. Not specified                                                    268. Red
                                  229. 4” & under, bicolor            269. Variegated
PETUNIAS, RUFFLED -3 Stems        230. 4” & under, other              270. White
168. Bicolor                      231. Over 4”, yellow
169. Lavender or purple           232. Over 4”, bicolor               AFRICAN VIOLETS, SINGLE
170. Pink or rose                 233. Over 4”, other                 274. Blue
171. Red                          234. Teddy Bear                     275. Pink
172. White                        235. Bouquet                        276. Purple
173. Not specified                                                    277. Red
                                  SWEET PEAS -10 stems                278. Variegated
PHLOX - 3 stems                   238. Mixed colors                   279. White
176. Mixed colors                 239. One color
177. One color                                                        BEGONIAS
                                  ZINNIAS - 5 stems                   283. Beefsteak
ROSE, FLORIBUNDA/Cluster - 1      240. Cactus - 3 stems               284. Impatiens
 spray                            241. Giant - 3 stems                285. Rex
184. Bouquet                      242. Lillipup or pom pom            286. Tuberous
185. Pink                         243. Ortho or peppermint            287. Wax
186. Red                          244. Not specified
187. White                                                            CACTI & SUCCULENTS
                                  OTHER FLOWERS- 5 stems              291. African milk plant
188. Yellow                       247. Perennials other than listed
189. Not specified                                                    292. Aloe Vera
                                  248. Annuals other than listed      293. Burro's tail
ROSE, HYBRID TEA - 1 stem         ARRANGEMENTS - no artificial
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193. Blue Girl                      flowers except 253
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194. Bouquet                      253. Dried flower arrangement       296. Jade
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297.   Kalanchoe/Airplant            367.    Miniature orchid                  and presented with the article to be
298.   Miniature display or garden   368.    Moss roses                        exhibited.
299.   Orchid                        369.    Moses in the cradle                     DEPARTMENT D
300.   String of pearls              370.    Nephthytis                         DIVISION I - VEGETABLES
301.   Other cacti or succulents     371.    Palms                            Downey: NaDene Crockett, Jean
                                     372.    Peperomia                        Anderson
FERNS                                373.    Piggy back plant
305. Asparagus                                                                Pocatello: Robyn Alleman
                                     374.    Pine, Norfolk Island
306. Boston                          375.    Pine, other                              (see dept. rules above)
307. Maidenhair                      376.    Poinsettia
308. Other ferns                     377.    Pothos                           PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                     378.    Prayer plant
FITTONIA                             379.    Pregnant onion                   BEANS - 10, stems on
312. Red-veined                      380.    Rubber plant                     01. Green lima
313. Silver-veined                   381.    Sansevieria or snake             02. Green
                                     382.    Shamrock                         03. Yellow
GERANIUM                                                                      04. Other variety
317. Common                          383.    Shrimp plant
318. Double                          384.    Spider plant
                                     385.    Star of Bethlehem                BEETS - 3, leave tails & 1” tops on
319. Ivy                                                                      07. Table, pickling, 1 1/2 to 2”
320. Martha Washington               386.    Sultana
                                     387.    Terrariums                           diameter
321. Other geranium                                                           08. Table, slicing, 2 1/2 to 3”
                                     388.    Velvet plant
                                     389.    Wandering jew                        diameter
IVY                                                                           09. Sugar beets
325.   English/Hedera                390.    Weeping fig
326.   Grape                         391.    Floor plants                     BROCCOLI - 1 head
327.   Oak leaf                      392.    Hanging plants                   11. Any variety
328.   Other ivy                     393.    Most unusual plant
                                     394.    Planter display (3 or more       CABBAGE - 1 head, must be solid,
PHILODENDRON                                 plants in a planter)               peel o ff outer leaves, cut close at
332. Arrowhead                                                                  bottom
333. Heartleaf or common                         DEPARTMENT D                 14. Any variety
334. Split leaf
335. Velvet leaf
                                                 AGRICULTURE
                                                                              CARROTS - 3, leave tails & 1”
336. Other philodendron              ENTRY TIMES:                              tops on
                                     Downey : Monday 4 to 8 pm &
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SCHEFFLERA OR UMBRELLA                  Tuesday 8 am to noon
340. Regular                         Pocatello : Tuesday 9am to 1pm
                                     U                U                       CAULIFLOWER - 1 head, must
341. Hawaiian                        (may enter Monday 5 to 7pm if              be solid, peel off outer leaves, cut
342. Hawaiian variegated             unable to enter Tuesday)                   close at bottom
                                                                              22. Any variety
OTHER PLANTS                         RELEASE TIMES:
346. Aluminum plant                  Downey : Saturday 3 pm
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347. Amaryllis                       Pocatello : Saturday 8 to 10 pm &
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348. Anthrium                          Monday 10 am to 3 pm
349. Aralia                                                                   CORN - 5 ears leave 1/2-inch stem
350. Avocado                               DEPARTMENT RULES
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351. Baby tears                      1. Bring your own paper or               27. Indian
352. Caladium                          Styrofoam plates for display.          28. Sweet
353. Chenille                        2. Exhibitors are limited to ONE         29. Any other variety
354. Coleus                            entry in each class.
355. Creeping Charlie                3. All exhibits not called for will be   CUCUMBERS leave stems on
356. Crotons                           disposed of by the fair committee.     33. Over 5 inches, 3
357. Cyclamen                        4. Awards will be given as               34. Under 5 inches, 3
358. Dew plant                         warranted, on quality and condition
                                       of exhibit.                            EGGPLANT - 2, leave stems on
359. Dracaena                                                                 38. Any variety
360. Dumbcane                        5. All exhibits must be grown by
361. Flame violet                      the exhibitor.                         GREENS - 2” bundle
362. Fuchsia                         6. A rosette will be awarded for the     41. Kale
363. Gold fish plant                   Best Vegetable , Fruit , and Herb
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364. Hibiscus                          exhibits                               43. Spinach
365. Citrus                          7. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags
                                                                              44. Swiss chard
366. Lilies                            must be filled out by the exhibitor
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                                   not to exceed 2”                       165. Any variety
KOHLRABI - 3                    116. Garden variety
45. Any variety                                                           PEACHES - plate of 5, stems on
                                TOMATOES - 3, stems on                    168. Elberta
LEEKS - 3                       119. Cherry, 5                            169. Hale
46. Any variety                 120. Pear, 5                              170. Other varieties
                                121. Roma
LETTUCE, HEAD - 2 heads, must   122. Slicing                              PEARS - plate of 5, stems on
  be solid                      123. Other varieties                      172. Bartlett
47. Any variety                                                           173. Duchess
                                TURNIPS - 3 roots, leave top and          174. Flemish beauty
LETTUCE, LEAF - 5 Leaves          tails on                                175. Winter pears
51. Green                       126. Any variety
52. Other variety                                                         PLUMS & PRUNES - plate of 5,
                                MOST UNUSUAL VEGATABLE - 1                 stems on
ONIONS - 3                      128. Any vegetable                        179. Blue damson
56. Red or purple                                                         180. Green gage
57. White                               DEPARTMENT D                      181. Other variety of plums
58. White pickling - 5                 DIVISION II - FRUIT                182. Italian prunes
59. Yellow                                                                183. Other variety of prunes
                                1. Fruit can be either brushed or
60. Other variety
                                  polished according to the exhibitor’s
                                  own judgment.                           RASPBERRIES - plate of 10
PARSNIPS - 3                                                              190. Any variety
63. Any variety
                                           (see dept. rules)
PEAS - 10, green, stems on                                                RHUBARB - plate of 3 stalks, 1
66. Any variety                 PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                  inch leaf left on stalk
                                                                          193. Any variety
PEPPERS - 3, stems on           APPLES - plate of 5, stems on ,
70. Bell                          no leaves                               STRAWBERRIES - plate of 10,
71. Hot                         134. Crabapples, any variety, 10            stems on196. Any variety
72. Other varieties             135. Delicious
                                                                          WATERMELON, mature, stem on, 1
                                136. Golden delicious
                                                                          198. Any variety
POTATOES                        137. Jonathan                             MOST UNUSUAL FRUIT - 1
79. Red, 3                      138. McIntosh                             199 Any fruit
80. White, 3                    139. Wealthy
81. Other variety, 3            140. Winter banana                                DEPARTMENT D
                                141. Yellow transparent
PUMPKINS - 1, stems on                                                          DIVISION III -- HERBS
                                142. Other varieties
84. Field                                                                 1. Most herbs show better if placed
85. Pie                         APRICOTS - plate of 5, stems on ,           in water
                                  no leaves                               2. Will be judged on culinary or
RADISH - 3, round or long       146. Any variety                            medicinal part of plant
88. Red
89. White                       BLUEBERRIES - plate of 10                           (see dept. rules)
90. Other varieties             148. Any variety
                                                                          PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
SALSIFY - 3 roots               BOYSENBERRIES - plate of 10
                                151. Any variety                          CULINARY HERBS -5 sprigs
95. Any variety
                                                                          201. Basil
SHALLOTS - 3                    CANTALOUPE - 1, stems on                  202. Bee Balm
98. Any variety                 154. Any variety                          203. Chives
                                                                          204. Dill
SQUASH, SUMMER - 2, stems on    CHERRIES - plate of 10, stems on          205. Elephant garlic
101. Crookneck/straight neck    157. Pie cherries                         206. Garlic
102. Scalloped                  158. Sweet cherries                       207. Horseradish root
103. Zucchini, green                                                      208. Lovage
104. Zucchini, yellow           CURRANTS - plate of 5 clusters            209. Marjoram
105. Other varieties            161. Any variety                          210. Mint
                                                                          211. Oregano
SQUASH, WINTER 1, stems on      GOOSEBERRIES - plate of 10                212. Parsley
109. Any variety                163. Any variety                          213. Rosemary
                                GRAPES - plate of 3 clusters              214. Sage
SUNFLOWERS - 1 head, stems                                                215. Summer savory
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216. Tarragon                               PREMIUMS PAID $2.50                      253. Radish
217. Thyme                                  233. Apple                               254. Squash, summer (except
218. Not specified                          234. Bean (longest)                           zucchini)
                                            235. Broccoli                            255. Squash, Zucchini
MEDICINAL HERBS - 5 sprigs                  236. Cabbage                             256. Squash, winter
219. Borage                                 237. Cantaloupe                          257. Strawberry
220. Catnip                                 238. Carrot                              258. Sugar beet
221. Comfrey                                239. Chili pepper                        259. Sunflower
222. Chamomile                              240. Comfrey leaf                        260. Table beet
223. Echinacea                              241. Cucumber                            261. Tomato
224. Feverfew                               242. Ear of corn                         262. Turnip
225. Horehound                              243. Eggplant                                    DEPARTMENT D
226. Lambs ear                              244. Garlic                                    DIVISION V - GRAINS
227. Lemon balm                             245. Honeydew
228. Peppermint                                                                      Downey: NaDene Crockett, Jean
                                            246. Kohlrabi                            Anderson
229. Spearmint                              247. Lambs ear leaf
230. Valerian                                                                                 (see dept. rules)
                                            248. Onion
231. Yarrow                                 249. Parsnip                             268. Hard red wheat
232. Not specified                          250. Pepper                              269. Soft white wheat
DEPARTMENT D-DIVISION IV                    251. Potato                              270. Barley
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                                            6. Awards and ribbons will be given        uniformity of size, proper head
    DEPARTMENT E - JR.                        according to the merits of exhibits.     space, clearness of liquid, selection
                                              Judges are not required to award         and cleanliness of jar.
      HOMEMAKING                              three placings in a class.             7. Judges reserve the right to open
ENTRY TIMES:                                7. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags      products only if necessary when
Downey : Monday 4 to 8 pm &
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Tuesday 9am to 1pm - Baking &
                                              JR. FOOD PRESERVATION
 food preservation only. (You may                                                    PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
 enter these divisions on Monday            Downey: Rhonda Barfuss, Mary
 between 5 & 7pm if unable to               Wade                                     DRIED ITEMS - 1/4 cup in plastic
 enter tuesday)                             Pocatello: Julie & Sheryl Siler            bag
                                                                                     01. Herbs
RELEASE TIMES:                              This Division is for 7-10, 11-14, &      02. Fruit
Downey : Saturday 3 pm
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                                            1. Canning must be in standard           04. Vegetables
  Monday 10 am to 3 pm                        canning jars. Use lids of same         FRUIT
     UDEPARTMENT RULES                        make as jar.                           08. Applesauce
1. Exhibitors are limited to ONE            2. One jar of food constitutes an        09. Apples
  entry in each class.                        entry                                  10. Apricots
2. Age groups: as specified in each         3. Jars must be labeled with             11. Cherries
  division.                                   contents, type of processing           12. Peaches
3. All entries must be completed              (boiling water vs. pressure).          13. Pears
  and clean.                                4. Head space requirements; fruits,      14. Plums or prunes
4. Entries must be EXHIBITOR'S                ½ in. vegetables ½ -1 ½ in., jams &    15. Raspberries
  OWN WORK and done in the                    jellies ¼ in, pickles; ½ in., meats;   16. Not specified
  current year, or never entered              ½ - 1 ½ in.
  before                                    5. Jar sizes; fruits, vegetables, &      JAM
5. All exhibits will be entered at            meats- pints or quarts; (corn must     21. Apricot
  your own risk; however, every               be in pints) fruit juices-pints or     22. Berry
  effort will be taken to protect your        quarts; jams, jellies & fish - half    23. Plum
  entry.                                      pints or pints.                        24. Not specified
                                            6. All canned foods will be judged
                                              on appearance and color of pack,
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*A cooler will be provided for             75.   Chocolate chip cookies              and for Best Crocheted or Knitted
freezer jam                                76.   Chocolate drop cookies              Clothing .
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FREEZER JAM                                77.   Collection, 3 kinds, 2 ea.
26. Any variety                            78.   Cookies from cake mix              PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                           79.   Filled cookies                     KNIT OR WOVEN
JELLY                                      80.   Ice box cookies                    127. Apron
28. Any variety                            81.   No-bake cookies                    128. Accessories
                                           82.   Novelty cookies, decorated, 1      129. Bag
JUICES                                           large                              130. Blouse
32. Any variety                            83.   Oatmeal cookies                    131. Cape
                                           84.   Peanut butter cookies              132. Coat
MEAT                                                                                133. Dress
35. Any variety                            85.   Rolled cookies
                                           86.   Snicker doodles                    134. Jacket
PICKLES                                    87.   Sugar cookies                      135. Jogging suit
38. Dill                                   88.   Not specified                      136. Jumper
39. Sweet                                                                           137. Overalls
40. Not specified                          DOUGHNUTS - 4                            138. Pajamas or nightgown
                                           90. Cake                                 139. Pants
RELISH & SAUCES                            91. Raised                               140. Pants skirt
44. Any variety                                                                     141. Robe or housecoat
                                           QUICK BREAD - 1 loaf                     142. Shirt
VEGETABLES                                 95. Baking powder biscuits, 4            143. Skirt
47. Beans                                  96. Banana                               144. Slip
48. Carrots                                97. Cornmeal bread, 1 loaf (small)       145. Shorts
49. Corn                                   98. Muffins, 4                           146. Sports clothes, not specified
50. Tomatoes                               99. Pumpkin                              147. Stuffed toy
51. Not specified                          100. Zucchini                            148. T-shirt
       DEPARTMENT E                        101. Not specified                       149. Tailored garment - lined
   DIVISION II - JR. BAKING                                                         150. Tailored garment, pants or
                                           YEAST BREAD - 1 loaf                           skirts
Downey: Rhonda Barfuss, Mary               107. Cinnamon rolls, 4
Wade                                       108. Rolls, 4                            BACHELOR SEWING
Pocatello: Julie & Sheryl Siler            109. Wheat bread                         157. Jacket
                                           110. White bread                         158. Jogging outfit
          (see dept. rules)                111. Other bread                         159. Pants
This division is for ages 4 -6, 7-10,                                               160. Shirt
                                           CANDY - 6 pieces
11-14 & 15-18. (4-6 age group              114. Divinity
                                                                                    161. T-shirt
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1. Bring baking exhibits on a              116. Mints                               165. Dress
  disposable plate & put inside a          117. Suckers                             166. Hat or cap
  plastic bag. Iced & decorated            118. Any other candy                     167. Mittens or gloves
  cakes need not be covered.                                                        168. Scarf
2. Rosettes will be awarded in each                                                 169. Slippers
  age group for Best Baking .
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                                                                                    171. Sweater
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                                                          172. Vest
                                                  DEPARTMENT E                      173. Not specified
BROWNIES - 4                                 DIVISION III - JR. SEWING
60. Frosted                                Downey Nola Fallows, : Darlene           KNITTED CLOTHING
61. Plain                                  Wilkins                                  177. Dress
62. Not specified                          Pocatello:                               178. Hat or cap
                                                        (see dept. rules)           179. Mittens or gloves
CAKES -1                                                                            180. Scarf
66. Chocolate layer, frosted               This division is for ages 7-10, 11-14,   181. Slippers
67. Cupcakes, 4                            & 15-18 only.                            182. Socks
68. Decorated cake                                                                  183. Stole or poncho
69. White, layer frosted                   1. Clothing should be pressed, clean     184. Sweater
70. Yellow, layer frosted                    and on wire hangers.                   185. Vest
71. Other cake                             2. A Rosette will be awarded in each     186. Not specified
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DEPARTMENT E -DIVISION IV                253. Hand or machine hemmed    ENTRY TIMES:
    JR.NEEDLEWORK                        254. Not specified             Downey : Monday 4 to 8 pm &
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& 15-18 only.
                                         PICTURES OR WALL HANGINGS      Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7 pm
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                                         258. Counted cross-stitch
          (see dept. rules)              259. Cross stitched, stamped   RELEASE TIMES:
                                         260. Embroidered               Downey : Saturday 3 pm
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  appearance & workmanship.              262. Quilted                     Monday 11 am to 1 pm
2. A rosette will be awarded for the     263. Not specified
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                                         PILLOWS                          in each class.
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50               267. Appliquéd                 2. All entries must be completed &
                                         268. Candle wicking              clean.
AFGHANS                                  269. Chicken scratch           3. All entries must be done in the
195. Crocheted                           270. Counted x-stitch            current year or never entered
196. Granny square                       271. Embroidered                 before and be the EXHIBITOR'S
197. Hairpin                             272. Latch hooked                OWN WORK.
198. Knitted                             273. Needle point              4. All exhibits will be entered at your
199. Not specified                       274. Quilted                     own risk; however, every effort will
                                         275. Not specified               be taken to protect your entry.
COUNTED CROSS STITCH                                                    5. Awards/ ribbons will be given
204. 11-14 count                         PILLOW CASES - 2                 according to the merits of exhibits.
205. 16, 18, & 22 count                  279. Appliquéd                 6. Judges are not required to award
206. Linen                               280. Embroidered                 all 3 placings in any class.
                                         281. Crocheted edge            8. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags
DOILIES                                  282. Not specified             must be filled out by the exhibitor,
210. Crocheted                                                          and presented with the article to be
211. Knitted                             PLACE MATS - 4                 exhibited.
212. Not specified                       285. Any place mats
                                                                            DEPARTMENT F - DIVISION I
DOLLS                                    QUILTS (standard or baby)             JR. GRAPHIC ARTS
216. Bed                                 292. Appliquéd                 Downey: Zinda Welch, Jessica
217. Cloth                               293. Family history            Wade, Maryanne Howe
218. Crocheted                           294. Pieced, tied              Pocatello: Joanne, Candice, Ashley, &
219. Soft sculpture                      295. Pieced, machine quilted   Sierra Snarr
220. Not specified                       296. Pieced, quilted                      (see dept. rules)
                                         297. Textile or tube painted
DOLL CLOTHES - 2 or more outfits         298. Unpieced, quilted         This division is for ages 4 -6, 7-10,
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224. Crocheted                           299. Unpieced, tied            11-14 & 15-18.
225. Knitted                             300. Not specified             1. All pictures/paintings, must be
226. Sewn                                                                 5” x 7” but no larger than 11” x 14”
                                         RUGS                             and matted
DOLL QUILTS                              304. Braided                   2. Framed pictures/paintings
231. Any doll quilt                      305. Crocheted                   WILL NOT be accepted.
                                         306. Latch hooked              3. All paintings must be created by
DRESSER SCARVES                          307. Woven                       the exhibitor except the pre-printed
233. Any dresser scarf                   308. Not specified               class for 4-6 year olds.
HANDKERCHIEFS                                                           4. A rosette will be awarded in each
                                         SATIN HANGER                     age group for Best Graphic Arts
237. Crocheted edge                      312. Any satin hanger
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239. Not specified                       TEA TOWELS, SET                PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                         316. Embroidered
HOT PADS OR POT HOLDERS - 2              317. Hand or machine-hemmed    CRAYON, MARKERS
243. Crocheted                           318. Not specified             01. Animals
244. Knitted
                                                                        02. Cartoon
245. Woven                               TOYS AND HOLIDAY OBJECTS       03. Nature (landscape, waterscape
246. Sewn                                322. Any toy/holiday object     flower, etc.)
LUNCHEON SETS                                                           04. People
251. Cross-stitch                           DEPARTMENT F - JR.          05. Not specified
252. Embroidered                              ARTS & CRAFTS
                                                                        ACRYLIC
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08. Animals                             70. Not specified                        124.   Holiday
09. Cartoons                                DEPARTMENT F - DIVISION II           125.   Lamp
10. Nature (landscape, waterscape            JR. HOBBIES AND CRAFTS              126.   Plaque
 flower, etc.)                          Downey: Lana Dixon, Marie Lossee,        127.   Southwestern
11. People                              Roberta Higbee, Kristi Sorensen,         128.   Vase
12. Not specified                       Sandy Morrison, Heather Rowe             129.   Not specified

CHARCOAL                                Pocatello: Rita Peck                     CERAMICS - Painted
15. Animals                                       (see dept. rules)              132. Animal
16. Cartoon                             This division is for 4 -6, 7-10, 11-14
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17. Nature (landscape, waterscape       & 15-18 age groups.                      134. Figurine
 flower, etc.)                          1. All models MUST be mounted            135. Holiday
18. People                                and cleaned. NO Lego models will       136. Lamp
19. Not specified                         be accepted.                           137. Music box
                                        2. All Collections MUST BE               138. Plaque
COMPUTER GENERATED ART                                                           139. Southwestern
23. Animals                               MOUNTED OR IN ALBUMS.
                                        3. A rosette will be awarded in each     140. Theme
24. Nature (landscape, waterscape                                                141. Toy
 flower, etc.)                            age group for Best Hobby & Craft
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26. Not specified                       PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50
                                                                                 CLAY
OILS                                    ALBUMS                                   144. Animal
29. Animals                             85. Memorabilia                          145. Dish or tray
30. Cartoon                             86. Photo                                146. Figurine
31. Nature (landscape, waterscape       87. Not specified                        147. Not specified
 flower, etc.)
32. People                              ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS                       CLOCKS
33. Not specified                       91. Arrangement                          149. Fabric
                                        92. Boutonniere                          150. Wood
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                                        93. Corsage                              151. Not specified
37. Crayon art                          94. Hat
38. Marker art                          95. Swag                                 COLLECTIONS (must be mounted
                                        96. Wreath                                or in albums)
PASTELS                                                                          152. Baseball cards
42. Animals                             BASKET WEAVING                           153. Butterfly or bug
43. Cartoon                             99. Any basket weaving                   154. Button
44. Nature (landscape, waterscape                                                155. Coin
 flower, etc.)                          BEADWORK                                 156. Rock
45. People                              102. Barrettes                           157. Sea shell
46. Not specified                       103. Jewelry                             158. Stamp
                                        104. Key ring                            159. Not specified
PEN & INK
50. Any pen & ink                       105. Picture
                                        106. Purse                               DOLLS
                                        107. Not specified                       165. Beaded
PENCIL DRAWINGS (includes                                                        166. Cloth other than sewing
  colored pencils)                                                               167. Corn husk
54. Animals                             BOONDOGGLING, (useful item)
                                        111. Braided leather                     168. Creative twist
55. Cartoon                                                                      169. Mop
56. Nature (landscape, waterscape       112. Braided plastic
                                                                                 170. Porcelain
 flower, etc.)                          CARD MAKING                              171. Raffia
57. People                              114. Any card                            172. Wooden
58. Not specified                                                                173. Not specified
SCRATCH ART                             CARVINGS
                                        116. Soap                                DREAM CATCHERS
65. Any scratch art                                                              176. Small
                                        117. Wood
WATER COLORS                            118. Not specified                       177. Medium
66. Animals                                                                      178. Large
67. Cartoon                             CERAMICS - Chalk Pastels
                                        121. Animal                              FABRIC PAINTING AND/OR
68. Nature (landscape, waterscape                                                VARIABLE
 flower, etc.)                          122. Dish or tray
                                        123. Figurine                            181. Pillow cases
69. People                                                                       182. Scarves
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183.   Shoes                    MACRAMÉ                    SCRAPBOOKS
184.   Tea towels               249. Accessories           310. Cover
185.   T-shirts                 250. Hanging               311. Holiday
186.   Wall hanging                                        312. Theme
187.   Not specified            METAL WORK                 313. Wedding
                                255. Aluminum              314. Not specified
FELT/FOAM ART                   256. Tin punch
189. Animal                     257. Tooling               SCULPTURE
190. Christmas                  258. Welding               316. Any sculpture
191. Religious                  259. Not specified
192. Not specified                                         STAINED GLASS OR PLASTIC
                                MOSAIC                     318. Any stained glass or plastic
FLY TYING                       263. Any mosaic creation
194. Any fly tying                                         STENCILING
                                PAPER ART                  320. Any stenciling
GLASS/MIRROR                    266. Mask
197. Any glass/mirror article   267. Paper-maché           STRAW CREATIONS
                                268. Wall hanging          322. Any straw creation
GOD’S EYE
199. Over 6 inches              269. Not specified
                                                           STRING ART
200. Under 6 inches             PLASTER                    324. Any string art
HOLIDAY                         275. Animal
                                276. Dish or tray          TOLE PAINTING
201. Figurines                                             326. Animals
202. Ornaments                  277. Figurine
                                278. Lamp                  327. Candle holder
203. Wall hangings                                         328. Christmas
204. Not specified              279. Plaque
                                280. Southwestern          329. Cookie jar lid
                                281. Vase                  330. Figure
JEWELRY (Other than Beads)                                 331. Furniture
208. Bracelet                   282. Not specified
                                                           332. Other holiday
209. Earrings                                              333. Toy
210. Necklace                   PLASTIC CANVAS
                                286. Box                   334. Tutti art (tole with dots)
211. Not specified                                         335. Wall hanging
                                287. Doll furniture
LEATHER WORK - Hand Tooled      288. Holiday               336. Not specified
215. Belt & buckle              289. Refrigerator magnet
                                290. Toy                   WOOD CRAFT
216. Bridle                                                338. Bookends
217. Key ring bobble            291. Not specified
                                                           339. Carving
218. Purse                                                 340. Furniture
219. Wallet                     POETRY
                                293. Any poetry            341. Holiday magnet
220. Not specified                                         342. Lamp
LEATHER WORK - Stamped          PRESSED FLOWERS            343. Plaque
224. Belt & buckle              295. Any pressed flowers   344. Wall shelf
225. Bridle                                                345. Wood burning
                                ROCK CREATIONS             346. Not specified
226. Key ring bobble            298. Figurines
227. Purse                      299. Painted rocks         WREATHS
228. Wallet                     300. Not specified         350. Creative twist
229. Not specified                                         351. Raffia
MODELS (Plastic)                RUBBER STAMPING            352. Not specified
233. Boat                       302. Any rubber stamping   YARN ARTICLE
234. Car                                                   356. Any yarn article
                                SAND DOLLAR ART             DEPARTMENT F-DIVISION III
235. Plane                      303. Any sand dollar art
236. Truck                                                     JR. PHOTOGRAPHY
237. Not specified              SAND & GRAVEL              Downey: Sue & Stacey Burke
                                304. Any sand & gravel     Pocatello:
MODELS (Wood)                                                         (see dept. rules)
241. Boat                       SCRAPBOOKS - Single page
242. Car                        305. Holiday               This di vision is for 7-10, 11-14, &
243. Plane                      306. Theme                 15-18 age groups only.
244. Space ship                 307. Wedding
245. Not specified              308. Not specified

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1. Work must be original and taken                 6.     In Pocatello entry sheets and    35. Marigold, Drop/Gem,
  by the exhibitor. Photos cannot be                 tags must be filled out by the              yellow/orange - 3 to 5 stems
  entered more than one year.                        exhibitor, and presented with the     36. Marigold, French, multicolor,
2. Photographs must be 5x7 and no                    article to be exhibited.                    dark - 3 stems
  larger than 8x10.                                          DEPARTMENT G                  37. Marigold, French, multicolor,
3. Exhibitors are limited to one entry               DIVISION I - CUT FLOWERS                    light - 3 stems
  in any class and a total of 20 entries.          Downey: Sandy Hansen, JoAnn             38. Marigold, French, orange-
4. All photographs must be matted                  Phillips, Kayla & Nina Godfrey              small, - 3 stems
  and have wire, or some other means,              Pocatello: Karen Anderson, Marilyn      39. Marigold, French, single leaf-
  for photograph to be hung on the                 Jepson                                        small - 3 stems
  wall. No frames will be
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    accepted.                                                                                    - 3 stems
5. A rosette will be awarded in each               Age Groups: 4-6, 7-10, 11-14, &         41. Nasturtiums - 3 - 5 stems
  age group for Best Photograph .
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                                                                                           43. Pansies, mixed colors - 3 stems
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                         PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50              44. Pansies, solid colors - 3 stems
                                                                                           45. Petunias, bi-color - 3 stems
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365. Action…………….…...385.                          02. Asters, Mixed colors - 3 to 5             stems
366. Animal……..…….…....386.                             stems                              47. Petunias, pink or rose - 3 stems
367. Group picture…………387.                         03. Asters, Pink - 3 stems              48. Petunias, red - 3 stems
368. Landscape….………… 388.                          04. Asters, Purple or lavendar - 3      49. Petunias, white - 3 stems
369. Portrait….…………….389.                               stems                              50. Petunias, yellow - 3 stems
370. Seasonal….…………...390.                         05. Asters, Red - 3 stems               51. Petunias, other - 3 stems
371. Still life……….……….391.                        06. Asters, White - 3 stems             52. Phlox - 3 stems
372. Storytelling…….……...392.                      07. Bachelor Buttons, mixed colors      53. Rose, floribunda/cluster - pink,
373. Computer enhanced…...393.                         5 stems                                  1 stem
374. Candid Humor………...394.                        08. Bachelor Buttons, single color -    54. Rose, floribunda/cluster - red, 1
375. Not specified….……….395.                            5 stems                                  stem
                                                   09. Black Eyed Susan - 3 stems          55. Rose, floribunda/cluster -
                                                   10. Calendula, orange - 3 stems
       DEPARTMENT G                                11. Calendula, yellow - 3 stems
                                                                                                white, 1 stem
      JR. FLORICULTURE                             12. Carnations, mixed colors - 3 to
                                                                                           56. Rose, floribunda/cluster - other
                                                                                                  color, 1 stem
                                                        5 stems                            57. Rose, pink - 1 stem
ENTRY TIMES:                                       13. Carnations, single color - 3 to 5   58. Rose, peach - 1 stem
Downey : Monday 4 to 8pm
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  Tuesday 8am to noon                              14. Chrysanthemums, 3 stems             60. Rose, white or ivory - 1 stem
Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7pm -
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  potted plants                                    16. Cosmos, one color - 3 stems         62. Rose, mixed color bouquet
Tuesday 9am to 1pm - cut                           17. Cosmos, orange/yellow - 3 to 5      63. Rose, single color bouquet
 flowers only (may enter cut                             stems                             64. Rose, miniature - pink
 flowers Monday 5 to 7pm if                        18. Dahlia - single stem                65. Rose, miniature - red
 needed)                                           19. Daisy, Shasta - 3 stems             66. Rose, miniature - white
                                                   20. Daisy, African - 3 stems            67. Rose, miniature - other
RELEASE TIMES:                                     21. Daisy, Gloriosa - 3 stems
Downey : Saturday 3 pm                                                                     68. Rose, miniature bouquet
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Pocatello : Saturday 8 to 10 pm &
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    Monday 10 am to 3 pm                                                                   70. Salvia, blue perennial - 3 stems
                                                   24. Gaillardia - solid color, 3 stems   71. Salvia, red - 3 stems
      DEPARTMENT RULES
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1.     Only ONE entry in each class.                                                       72. Snapdragon, bi-color - 3 stems
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2.     Exhibitors must furnish own                 26. Gladiola, pink - 1 stem
  containers. (no paper cups please)                                                       74. Snapdragon, red - 3 stems
                                                   27. Gladiola, purple - 1 stem           75. Snapdragon, white - 3 stems
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  EXHIBITOR.                                                                               76. Snapdragon, yellow - 3 stems
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4.     Flowers will be judged on                   30. Gladiola, other - 1 stem
  condition, quality, and conformity to                                                    78. Sunflower, 4” & under - bi-
                                                   31. Larkspur, 3 to 5 stems                   color, 1 stem
  species or variety, foliage and stem,            32. Lily, 1 stem
  and balance in relation to container.                                                    79. Sunflower, 4” & under, yellow
                                                   33. Marigold, African, orange-large          - 1 stem
5.     A rosette will be awarded to                     - 3 to 5 stems
  exhibitor with Best Cut Flower                                                           80. Sunflower, 4” & under, other -
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    stem                                      16. Terrarium                            06. Cucumbers - leave stems on,
82. Sunflower, over 4”, yellow - 1            17. Any potted plant not specified           over 3” - 3
    stem                                               DEPARTMENT H                    07. Cucumbers - leave stems on,
83. Sunflower, over 4” other - 1                                                           under 3” - 3
    stem
                                                      JR. AGRICULTURE                  08. Greens, any kind - 5 leaves
84. Sunflower, Teddy Bear - 1 stem            Downey: Lorraine Wheatley, Lisa          09. Onions - 3
85. Sunflower, bouquet                        Austin                                   10. Peas - 5
86. Sweet Peas, mixed colors - 5              Pocatello: Robyn Alleman                 11. Peppers, bell - stems on - 2
    stems                                                                              12. Peppers, hot - stems on - 2
87. Sweet Peas, one color - 5 stems           ENTRY TIMES:                             13. Potatoes, white - 3
88. Zinnias, large - 3 stems                  Downey : Monday 4 to 8pm &
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89. Zinnias, lilliput - 3 stems                 Tuesday 8am to noon                    15. Pumpkin - 1
90. Zinnias, other - 3 stems                  Pocatello : Tuesday 9am to 1pm
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91. Flower, other - under 2” - 3               (may enter on Monday 5 to 7pm if            crookneck/straight neck- 2
     stems                                      unable to enter Tuesday)               16. Squash, summer - zucchini - 2
92. Flower, other - over 2” - 3                                                        17. Squash, winter - any variety - 1
    stems                                     RELEASE TIMES:                           18. Sunflower, garden variety - 1
                                              Downey : Saturday 3pm
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ARRANGEMENTS                                  Pocatello : Saturday 8 to 10pm &
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                                                                                       19. Tomato - cherry - 3
                                               Monday 10am to 3pm
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      Sun” - using fresh flowers &
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                                              1. Bring your own disposable plates
      theme.                                                                                   DIVISION II - FRUIT
97. “School Days” - fresh or dried -              for your exhibit.
                                              2. Exhibitors are limited to ONE         26.   Apples, any kind - 3 with stems
       incorporating school items                                                      27.   Apricots, any kind - 3 w/stems
98. “Don’t Throw it Away”,                        entry in each class.
                                              3. All exhibits not called for will be   28.   Cantaloupe - 1 with stem
       incorporating used and                                                          29.   Plums, green - 3 with stems
       recyclable items.                          disposed of by the fair
                                                  committee.                           30.   Plums, purple - 3 with stems
                                              4. Awards will be given as               31.   Rhubarb, leave 1” leaf on stalk-3
          DEPARTMENT G                                                                 32.   Watermelon , mature - 1 w/ stem
    DIVISION II - POTTED PLANTS                   warranted on quality, condition
                                                  & uniformity of exhibit.             33.   Most unusual shaped fruit
Downey: Mary Cox
                                              5. All exhibits must be grown by
Pocatello: Vicki Rivera                                                                         DEPARTMENT H
            (see dept. rules)                     the exhibitor.
                                                                                             DIVISION III - HERBS
PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                    6. ALL AGE GROUPS will
                                                  compete together in the              1. Most herbs show better if placed
1. Exhibitors are limited to ONE entry            “Largest” division.                     in water.
  in each class.                              7. Clean exhibits according to your      2. Each exhibit will consist of three
2. If stand or display is necessary to                                                    (3) sprigs.
  exhibit plant, exhibitor must furnish it.
                                                  own judgment.
3. A rosette will be awarded for Best         8. A rosette will be awarded for the     36.   Basil
                                                  Best Agriculture exhibit in each
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                                                                                       37.   Chives
4. All age groups will be judged                  age group, (excluding largest)       38.   Dill
  together.                                   9. In Pocatello entry sheets & tags      39.   Marjoram
5. In Pocatello entry sheets and tags             must be filled out by the
  must be filled out by the exhibitor.
                                                                                       40.   Mint
                                                exhibitor, & presented with the        41.   Parsley
  prior to entry, and presented with the         article to be exhibited.
  article to be exhibited.                                                             42.   Sage
                                                        DEPARTMENT H                   43.   Thyme
01.   African Violet                             DIVISION I- VEGETABLES                44.   Yarrow
02.   Aluminum Plant                           Age groups: 4-6, 7-10, 11-14, &         45.   Not specified
03.   Christmas Cactus                        15-18
04.   Creeping Charlie
05.   Fern                                    PREMIUMS: $2.50, $2, $1.50                         DEPARTMENT H
06.   Hanging Plant
07.   Ivy                                                                                  DIVISION IV - LARGEST
                                              01. Beans - stems on - 7
08.   Most Unusual Plant                      02. Beets - leave tails & 1” tops        PREMIUM PAID: $2.50
09.   Philodendron                                on - 3                                (All Jr. age groups will be judged
10.   Planter Display (3 or more plants in
                                              03. Cabbage - 1 head must be solid        together)
      a planter)
11.   Schefflera or Umbrella
                                                  peel off outer leaves,               46.   Apple
12.   Pothos                                  04. Carrots - leave tails & 1” tops      47.   Bean (longest)
13.   Rubber plant                                on - 3                               48.   Cantaloupe
14.   Shamrock                                05. Corn - leave ½” stem &               49.   Carrot
15.   Spider Plant                                remove husk - 3 ears
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50. Cucumber                                        before the fair opens. (In Downey, at      DIVISION I - BOTTLES
51. Ear of corn                                     City office also)                          FRUIT
52. Onion                                           3. Tags should have exact wording          001. Collection
53. Pepper                                          and correct numbering from the             002. Atlas
54. Potato                                          following listings in the spaces of        003. Ball
55. Radish                                          Dept., Div., Class, Lot, and Exhibit.      004. Ball Ideal
56. Squash, Summer (except                          Be aware that these listings may           005. Ball Mason
    zucchini)                                       change from year to year, and entries      006. Ball Perfect
57. Squash, Winter                                  that are mislabeled or in wrong            007. Drey
58. Squash, zucchini                                categories may be removed prior to         008. Economy
59. Tomato                                          judging. No markings are allowed in        009. Foster Seal
                                                    the upper right hand corner of the         010. Gem
       DEPARTMENT I -                               tag. Description of the item should be     011. Kerr
      SPECIAL CITIZENS                              placed on the back of the tag. If any      012. Mason
This division is for all ages & every participant   history is known about exhibit,            013. Other than listed above
 will receive a blue ribbon and $2.50 for each      please write it on the back of the tag,    014. Presto
                 exhibit entered.                   or on a card to accompany the              LIQUOR
ENTRY TIMES:                                        exhibit.                                   017. Back Bar
Downey : Monday 4 to 8pm &
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 Tuesday 8 am to noon                               entry in each class or lot and to TWO      019. Bitters
Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7pm
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                                                    exhibitors from same family or             020. Embossed Whiskey
                                                    address.                                   021. Flask Whiskey
RELEASE TIMES:
                                                    5 Collections must have six or             022. Gin
Downey : Saturday 3pm
                                                    more individual items of the same          023. Miniature Whiskey
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                                                    function (not matching, and be well        024. Wine
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  Monday 11am to 1pm
                                                    displayed. Dishes and other articles       025. Other than listed above
01.   Baking             08. No-sew appliqué        should be washed and cleaned.              POP
02.   Ceramics           09. Paintings              Jewelry and other small items must         029. Blop
03.   Crocheting         10. Stitchery              be in jewelry boxes and secured.           030. Embossed
04.   Entrant's choice   11. Wall hanging
05.   Flower arranging   12. Wood crafts
                                                    Please make them so the judge can          031. Mineral Water
06.   Knitting           13. Not specified          open and handle the display. Photos,       032. Torpedo
07.   Machine sewing                                cards and books must be in plastic         033. Other than listed above
                                                    bags.                                      FOOD
       DEPARTMENT J                                 6 Ribbons and awards will be given
                                                    according to the merits of exhibits.
                                                                                               035. Collection
                                                                                               036. Catsup
         ANTIQUES                                   Judges are not required to award all       037. Colorings
Downey: Jean Bright, Ellen & Kerry                  three placings in each class or lot,       038. Flavorings
Frazier                                             but must not award more than one           039. Mustard
Pocatello: Margaret Barrett                         blue, one red, and one white per           040. Pepper sauce
                                                    class or lot.                              041. Relish or Pickle
ENTRY TIMES:                                        7 Rosettes will be awarded in each         042. Food Embossed
Downey : Monday 8am to 8 pm
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Pocatello : Monday 2 to 7pm                         8 Items winning Division Rosettes          044. Other than listed above
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RELEASE TIMES:                                      three years.                               046. Hair Tonic
Downey : Saturday 3pm
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Pocatello : Saturday 6 to 8pm &
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  Monday 11am to 1pm                                fairground guard will be on duty 24        049. Cream jar
                                                    hours a day. Because of insurance          050. Other than listed above
PREMIUMS $2.50, $2, $1.50                           rates, all exhibits will be entered at     MEDICAL
                                                    your own risk. However, every effort       053. Patent Embossed
1 Exhibitors will complete an entry                 will be taken to protect exhibits.         054. Patent with Label
sheet (in Pocatello only) listing all               10 Antiques must be at least 60            055. Prescription under 6
items to be entered in the Antique                  years old and will be judged               056. Prescription 6" & over
Department. They will choose the                    according to age, condition, and           057. Prescription Embossed
division and class of each item and                 original appearance and form.              058. Prescription with Label
complete the entry tag before taking                11 (In Downey, exhibits limited            059. Other than listed above
the items and tag to the check-in                   to 100 per exhibitor. In Pocatello,        HOUSEHOLD
counter.                                            exhibits limited to 300 per                062. Glass Ink
2 Entry tags may be picked up at                    exhibitor)                                 063. Clay Ink
the Fair Office during the week                                                                064. Poison
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065. Snuff Jar                               d. Other than listed above            a. Pipe
066. Other than listed above             120. Grip or Suitcase                     b. Lighter
MAKES AND MOLDS                          121. Grooming - Men's                     c. Other than listed above
069. Automatic Bottle Machine                a. Brush                         134. Stereoscopy
070. Figural                                 b. Barber clippers               135. Telephone
071. Miniature                               c. Barber scissors               136. Items that do not fit in any
072. Round Bottom                            d. Other than listed above             other division
073. Three-Piece                         122. Grooming - Women's                a. Office Item
074. Whittle Mold                            a. Brush                           b. Store Item
075. Other than listed above                 b. Comb, Back or Side              c. School Item
MISCELLANEOUS                                 c. Cosmetics                      d. Collection (see rule 5)
CATEGORIES                                   d. Other than above                e. Other than listed in any above
077. Clay bottles                        Jewelry MUST be in jewelery box      137. Holiday Item (not
  a. Beverage                            and secured.                               listed in any other division)
  b. Preserving                          123. Jewelry - Children's            138. Granite ware other than
078. Idaho                                   a. Bracelet                            kitchen
079. Milk bottle                             b. Necklace                        a. Blue
  a. Painted                                 c. Ring                            b. Gray
  b. Embossed                                d. Other than listed above         c. White
  c. Other than listed above             124. Jewelry - Men                     d. Other than colors listed above
080. Nursing                                 a. Chain                         139. Records (for phonograph)
081. Colored Group                           b. Ring                            a. Single
  a. Amber                                   c. Stick Pin                       b. Album
  b. Cobalt Blue                             d. Tie Clasp or Tack             140. Binoculars
  c. Green                                   e. Watch (must be running)       141. Lady’s Fan
  d. Milk Glass                              f. Watch Fob                     142. Dresser Accessories
  e. Sun Colored                             g. Other than listed above       143. Candles
                                         125. Jewelry - Women
ENGLISH (If English bottles fit              a. Bracelet                      DIVISION III - METALS
these categories, do not enter them in       b. Brooch                        No coins accepted.
the previous categories.)                    c. Earrings                      150. Collection (see rule 5)
101. Soda                                    d. Necklace, Metal               151. Advertising Item
102. Poison                                  e. Necklace, Pearls                a. Box or Can
103. Ink                                     f. Necklace, Other than listed     b. Other than box or can
104. Liquor                                     above                         152. Bells
105. Clay                                    g. Ring                          153. Box
106. Mineral Water                           h. Watch (must be running)       154. Brass, Misc
107. other than listed above                 j. Locket (on chain)             155. Bronze, Misc
DIVISION II - MISC.                      126. Lamps - Electric Table          156. Button Hook
114. Collection (see rule 5)             127. Lamps - Fuel                    157. Candle Holder
115. Adult Games (indoor)                    a. Clear                           a. 8" or more high
    a. Board Games                           b. Metal                           b. Chamber stick (low, handle on
    b. Card Games                            c. Milk Glass                      drip pan)
    c. Other than listed above               d. Miniature                     158. Commemorative or Souvenir
116. Boxes (not paper. Enter paper           e. Other than listed above           Item
     boxes in Division IX)               128. Medical Item                    159. Copper, Misc
    a. Glove                             129. Mirrors                         160. Crumb Set, Tray and Brush
    b. Jewelry                               a. Hand                          161. Eye Glasses
    c. Wood                                  b. Wall                          162. Flatware, Silver (service for 8
    d. Music                                 c. Compact                             or more in chest)
    e. Other than listed above           131. Musical Instrument              164. Gold, Misc.
117. Camera                                  a. Brass                         165. Hat Pin
    a. Accordion                             b. String                        166. Ink Well
    b. Box                                   c. Wind                          167. Knife Rest
118. Celluloid                               d. Harmonica                     168. Mug
    a. Grooming                              e. Other than listed above       169. Pewter
    b. Other than grooming               132. Shaving Articles                170. Pitcher
119. Clocks                                  a. Mug & Brush                   171. Salt & Pepper
    a. Mantel                                b. Razor                         172. Silver, No Coins, Jewelry or
    b. Small                                 c. Other than listed above             Flatware
    c. Wall                              133. Smoking                           a. Butter Dish
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  b. Chaefing Dish                   209. Grater                           241. Kitchen Other than listed
  c. Serving Piece                       a. Food                                 above
  d. Gravy Boat                          b. Spice or Nut
173. Spittoon                        210. Grinder, Food                    DIVISION V - ORIENTAL
174. Spoon Set - 2                   212. Knife                            247. Bowl
175. Spoon, Souvenir                     a. Carving                             a. Large 7" & over
176. Spoon, Not specified                b. Chopping                            b. Small under 7"
177. Fork Set - 2                        c. Other than listed above        248. Box
178. Teapot                          213. Knife, Carving Set of 3 pieces   249. Brass
179. Toothpick Holder                214. Kraut Cutter                     250. Carvings
180. Tray                            215. Meat Cleaver                          a. Stone
  a. Ash                             216. Laundry Article                       b. Wood
  b. Serving                             a. Washboard                           c. Other than listed above
181. Metals Not listed above             b. Soaps                          251. Cloisonne
182.Milk or Cream Can                    c. Ironing Board                  252. Cup & Saucer, other than
                                         d. Other than listed above               Nippon
DIVISION IV - KITCHEN                217. Laundry Iron                     253. Clothing
191. Baking Utensil                      a. Detach Handle                  254. Lacquer Ware
192. Butter Mold                         b. Electric                       255. Nippon
193. Butter Paddle                       c. Gasoline                            a. Cream & sugar
194. Canning Supplies                    d. Sad iron                            b. Cup & saucer
  a. Lids, rings                         e. Other than listed above             c. Plate
  b. Canner                          218. Mixing Bowl                           d. Other than listed above
  c. Lifters                         219. Muffin Pan                       257. Paper Article
  d. Other than listed above         220. Pitter, Peeler, or Slicer        258. Plate, other than Nippon
195. Chopper                         221. Potato Masher/Ricer              259. Saki Set
  a. Metal                               a. Metal                          260. Teapot
  b. Other than metal                    b. Wood                           261. Textiles
196. Churn                               c. Other than listed above        262. Vase
197. Cleaning Article, not Laundry   222. Rolling Pin                           a. 8" & Over
  a. Utensil                         223. Scissors                              b. Under 8"
  b. Supplies                        224. Spoon, Kitchen                   263. Oriental other than
198. Coffee Mill                     225. Stoneware other than Crock          listed above
199. Coffee Pot                      226. Tea Kettle                       OCCUPIED JAPAN (1945-1952)
200. Coffee Tin                      227. Tea Pot                          [Occupied Japan goods (other than
201. Cookie Cutters                  228. Tea Tin                          textiles) will be stamped Made in
202. Cooking Pot                     229. Colander (free standing)         Occupied Japan”
    a. Aluminum                      230. Strainer                         264. Children's Dishes
    b. Cast Iron                         a. Tea                            265. Cream & sugar
    c. Tin                               b. Other than tea                 266. Cup & Saucer
    d. Frying pan                    231. Tray Other than Metal            267. Clothing
    e. Cast aluminum                 232. Trivet                           268. Figural
    f. Other than listed above       233. Utensil (not cooking pot)        269. Metal
203. Crock                               a. Tin                            270. Plate
    a. Covered                           b. Wood                           271. Teapot
    b. Open                              c. Other than listed above        272. Textiles
    c. Jug                           234. Appliance, Electric, Working     273. Vase
204. Egg Beater                          a. Waffle Iron                    274. Toy
205. Flour Sifter                        b. Toaster                        275. Blue Willow
206. Food Container                      c. Hot Plate                      276. Other than listed above
    a. Wooden Box                        d. Other Than Listed Above        277. Collection
    b. Tin, Other Than Coffee or     235. Woodenware
       Tea                               a. Bowl                           DIVISION VI - PORCELAIN
    c. Paper Box                         b. Other than bowl                280. Collection
    d. Other than listed above       236. Ice Cream                        281. Berry Set
207. Food Mold (not baking)              a. Freezer                        282. Bone Dish
208. Kitchen Granite Ware                b. Scoop                          283. Bowl
    a. Blue                          237. Bread Pan                          a. 8" & Over
    b. Gray                          238. Cast Iron                          b. Under 8"
    c. White                         239. Egg Scales                       284. Box
    d. Other than colors listed      240. Match Holder                     285. Butter Dish
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286. Butter Pat                      331. Jam Jar                     370. Pressed Glass, not bowl
287. Candlesticks (pair)                                                a. Clear
288. Candy Dish                      DIVISION VII - GLASS               b. Colored
289. Celery Dish                     335. Amber                         c. Chicken
290. Cobalt Blue                     336. Amethyst                      d. Shoe
291. Compote                         337. Basket                      371. Relish Dish
292. Covered Dish, not Butter Dish   338. Bell                        372. Salt & Pepper
293. Cup & Saucer                    339. Berry Set                   373. Salt Dip
294. Demitasse & Saucer              340. Black Amethyst              374. Satin Glass
295. Figurine                        341. Blown Glass                 375. Sauce Dish
296. Flow Blue                       342. Bowl, Cut Glass             376. Spooner
297. Gravy Boat                        a. 8" & Over                   377. Stemware
298. Ironstone                         b. Under 8"                      a. Goblet
299. Luster, copper, pink, etc       343. Bowl, Pressed Glass           b. Sherbet
300. Mug, Drinking                     a. 8" & Over                     c. Wine Glass
301. Mustache Cup                      b. Under 8"                    378. Sugar & Creamer Set
302. Pitcher                         345. Box                         379. Sugar Bowl
  a. 8" & Over                       346. Butter Dish                 380. Toothpick Holder
  b. Under 8"                        347. Cake Stand                  381. Tumbler, 4-5" high
  c. Cream                           348. Candlesticks (pair)         382. Vase
  d. Syrup                           349. Candy Container, with lid     a. 8" & Over
303. Plate, Bread 9" & over          350. Candy Dish                    b. Under 8"
304. Plate, Calendar                 351. Castor Set                    c. Bud Vase
305. Plate, Dinner Over 9"           352. Celery Dish                 383. Vinegar Cruet
306. Plate, Hand painted             353. Cobalt Blue                 384. Youth or Baby Dish
307. Plate, Luncheon 7" to 9"        354. Colored Glass               385. Glass Other than listed above
308. Plate, Small Under 7"             a. Black glass                 386. Epergene
309. Plate, Souvenir                   b. Blue glass                  387. Set of bowls
310. Plate, Transfer                   c. Green glass                 388. Juice glass
312. Platter                           d. Red glass
313. Relish Dish                       e. Vaseline glass              DIVISION VIII DEPRESSION
314. Salt & Pepper                     f. Sun Colored                 ERA carnival glass
315. Sauce Dish                        g, Moonstone                   389. Cobalt
316. Souvenir Item, Not Plate          h. Pink                          a. Bowl 8" & over
318. Stein or Tankard                355. Commemorative Item            b. Bowl under 8"
319. Sugar & Creamer Set             356. Compote                       c. Dish
320. Tea Pot                           a. High                          d. Vase
321. Toothpick Holder                  b. Low                           e. Other
322. Tray                              c. With lid                    390. Marigold
  a. Ash                             357. Cookie Jar                    a. Bowl 8" & over
  b. Serving                         358.Cranberry Glass                b. Bowl under 8"
323. Trivet                          359. Other glass                   c. Cup & Saucer
324. Tureen                            a. Enameled                      d. Dish
325. Vase                              b. Etched                        e. Vase
  a. 8 " & Over                        c. Flashed                       f. Other
  b. Under 8"                          d. Frosted                     391. Colors other than listed above
  c. Bud Vase                          e. Smoke                         a. Bowl 8" & above
326. Youth or Baby Dish                f. Hand Painted                  b. Bowl under 8"
327. Porcelain Other than listed     360. Inkwell                       c. Other than bowl
      above                          361. Knife Rest
328. Ceramic Item                    362. Milk Glass                  DEPRESSION GLASS
329. Other European porcelain          a. White                       402. Clear or Crystal
  a. Austrian                          b. Colored                       a. Bowl
  b. Bavarian                        363. Mug                           b. Cup & Saucer
  c. Delft                           364. Perfume or Cologne            c. Plate
  d. English                         365. Pickle Castor                 d. Other than listed above
  e. German                          366. Pitcher                     403. Green
  f. Limoges                           a. 8" & Over                     a. Bowl
  g. Staffordshire                     b. Under 8"                      b. Cup & Saucer
  h. Other than listed above         367. Plate, 7"& over               c. Plate
330. Place Setting                   368. Plate, under 7"               d. Other than listed above
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404. Pink                               431. Plate                                  d. Instruction Manual (small, soft
  a. Bowl                                 a. large                                     cover)
  b. Cup & Saucer                         b. small                                  e. Music (hardback)
  c. Plate                              432. Vase                                   f. Poetry
  d. Other than listed above            433. Other than listed above                g. Reference
405. Yellow                             434. Salt & pepper                          h. Scrapbook
  a. Bowl                               435. Cream & sugar                          j. Annual
  b. Cup & Saucer                       436. Tea pot                                k. Ledger (must contain some
  c. Plate                              437. Platter                                   entries)
  d. Other than listed above                                                        l. Travel Guide
406. Blue                                DIVISION IX - BOOKS/PAPER                  m. Humor
  a. Bowl                                Books must be in good condition            n. Baby Book (must include some
  b. Cup & Saucer                        with NO missing pages or torn or              entries)
  c. Plate                               loose bindings. Put each in plastic        p. Catalogue
  d. Other than listed above             bag to keep clean. It will help if you     r. Other than listed above
407. Colors Other than listed above       Bowl
                                       a.write the book title on the exhibitor    448. Periodical
  b. Cup & Saucer                        tag.                                       a. Specialized Magazine
  c. Plate                               438. Stamps                                b. Popular Magazine
  d. Other than listed above                a. Single                               c. Newspaper
408. KITCHEN Any Color.                     b. Collection                           d. Almanac
  a. Reamer                              439. Program                               e. Religious
  b. Measure Item                           a. School                               f. Other
  c. Mixing Bowl 8" & Over                  b. Church                             449. Sheet Music (neither book nor
  d. Mixing Bowl Under 8"                   c. Civic                                   instruction)
  e. Pitcher                             440. Collection                          450. In Memoriam’ Item
  f. Refrigerator Box (set of 3)         441. Advertising Item (paper only)       451. Daguerreotype or Tintype,
  g. Refrigerator Box (1)                  a. Paper Box                                 framed or matted
  h. Salt & Pepper                         b. Poster                              452. Document or Deed (framed or
  j. Kitchen other than listed above       c. Menu                                      matted)
                                           d. Catalogue                             a. Historical Document
POTTERY, HULL                              e. Other than listed above               b. Other than Historical
415. Vase                                442. Albums (good binding)               453. Document or Deed too large to
  a. 8" & Over                             a. Autograph                                be framed.
  b. Under 8"                              b. Photograph                          454. Map
416. Other than vase                       c. Other                               455. Dance Card
MC COY                                   443. Bible                               456. Calendar
417. Vase                                  a. Family                              457. Correspondence (letter)
  a. 8" & Over                             b. Small                               POSTCARDS
  b. Under 8"                            444. Religious Book, Not Bible           458. Postcards (not holiday)
418. Other than vase                     445. Children's Books                      a. Single Photo (people)
ROSEVILLE                                  a. Grade School Text                     b. Single Photo (scenic)
419. Vase                                  b. High School Text                      c. Correspondence
  a. 8" & Over                             c. Child's Novel                         d. Postcards in Folder
  b. Under 8"                              d. Story Book                            e. Collection in Album or
420. Other than vase                       e. Story Collection in 1 book                scrapbook (see rule 5)
POTTERY Other than listed above            f. Other than listed above               f. Announcements
421. Vase                                446. Adult Books                           g. Architecture
  a. 8" & Over                             a. Single Biography or                   h. Floral
  b. Under 8"                                 Autobiography                         j. Humor
422. Dish or bowl                          b. Multi Biography or                    k. Scenic (not photo)
423. Figurine                                  Autobiography                        l. Collection not in Album
424. Pitcher                               c. Novel                                 m. Other than listed above
425. Cookie Jar                            d. Story Collection in one book        459. Holiday Postcard
426. Other than listed above               e. Textbook                              a. New Year's Day
                                           f. Other Non-fiction                     b. Valentine
FIESTA WARE                                g. Other than listed above               c. Easter
428. Bowl                                447. Other books                           d. Christmas
  a. 8"& over                              a. Cook                                  e. Birthday
  b. Under 8"                              b. Diary or Journal (must include        f. Holiday other than listed above
429. Cup & Saucer                             some daily entries)                   g. Collection in Album or
430 Pitcher                                c. Foreign Language                          scrapbook (see rule 5)
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460. Greeting Cards                         c. Dress                             493. Button Collection, (mounted)
  a. New Years                              d. Slip                              494. Container for textiles or clothing
  b. Valentine                              e. Shawl or Blanket                  not listed in any other division
  c. Easter                                 f. Shoes                             495. Sampler (framed)
  d. Christmas                              g. Other than listed above           496. Souvenir Pillow Cover
  e. Birthday                             473. Clothing, Children (not infant)   497. Quilt top
  f. Holiday Other                          a. Boys Pants or Suit
  g. Anniversary/Wedding                    b. Cap, Hat, or Bonnet               DIVISION XII - TOYS & GAMES
  h. Birth                                  c. Coat                              500. Collection
  i. Occasion Other                         d. Girls Dress                       501. Bank
  j. Collection in Album/Scrapbook          e. Shoes                               a. Metal
461. Historical Memorabilia                 f. Other than listed above             b. Glass or porcelain
                                          474. Clothing, Women                     c. Other than listed above
DIVISION X - PHOTOS                         a. Coat                              502. Candy Container
Single photos, prints, cards, etc. must     b. Blouse, Shirt, or Jacket          503. Dishes, Toy
be framed, mounted, or encased in           c. Dress or Suit                       a. Glass or Porcelain
plastic for                                 d. Gloves                              b. Tin
easy handling or THEY WILL NOT              e. Hat                                 c. Other than listed above
BE ACCEPTED.                                f. Shawl                             504. Dolls (no rubber or plastic)
462. Photo Collection in album or           g. Shoes                               a. Bisque
      scrapbook (see rule 5)                h. Apron                               b. China, 12" & Over
Size of photos does not include             j. Accessories                         c. China, Under 12"
frame or matting                            k. Other than listed above             d. Composition, 12" & Over
463. Photo, Portrait, Large (over         475. Clothing, Men                       e. Composition, Under 12"
      5"x7" & under 15" x 24")              a. Coat, Jacket or Suit                f. Miniature, Under 6"
  a. Individual                             b. Hat or Cap                          g. Paper, Mounted
  b. 2 or More                              d. Accessories                         h. Other than listed above
464. Photo, Portrait, Small (5" x 7"        e. Other than listed above           505. Doll Carriage
      or smaller)                         476. Purse or Wallet, Men's            506. Doll Clothes
  a. Individual                           477. Purses, Women's                   507. Toy Furniture
  b. 2 or More                              a. Beaded (no beads sewn on          508. Games (i.e. marbles or jacks)
465. Photo, (matted or framed)                 cloth)                              a. Boys
  a. Animals or Birds                       b. Cloth                               b. Girls
  b. People                                 c. Leather                           509. Puzzles
  c. Scenic                                 d. Other than listed above             a. Jigsaw
  d. Transportation                       478. Bedspread                           b. Other than jigsaw
  e. Other than listed above              479. Coverlet                          511. Toys
466. Candid snapshots                     480. Crocheted Item, not doily           a. Boys (not listed elsewhere)
   a. Animals                             481. Doilies                             b. Girls (not listed elsewhere)
  b. People                                 a. 12" & Over                          c. Stuffed
   c. Other                                 b. Under 12"                           d. Animal (not stuffed)
467. Other Medium (matted or              482. Dresser Runner                      e. Handmade
     framed)                              483. Linen (fabric made from flax)       f. Transportation
  a. Oil                                  484. Accessories                         g. Gun
  b. Watercolor                             a. Cane                                h. Cast metal
  c. Hand Sketch                            b. Fan                                 j. Other than listed above
  d. Other than listed above                c. Handkerchief                      512. Doll Furniture
468. Print (matted or framed)               d. Umbrella                             a. Bed
  a. Animals or Birds                       e. Other than listed above              b. High chair
  b. People                               486. Piano Cover                          c. Other
  c. Scenic                               487. Pillow Sham or Case
  d. Transportation                       488. Quilt                             DIVISION XIII - FURNITURE
  e. Other than listed above              489. Sewing                            Large pieces of furniture will be
                                            a. Basket                            accepted in Downey only
DIVISION XI - TEXTILES &                    b. Accessories                       520. Chair
CLOTHING                                    c. Supplies                          521. Chair, Rocking
470. Clothing collection                  490. Tablecloth                        522. Chest or Box
471. Textile collection                     a. Lace                              523. Chest of Drawers, Small
472. Clothing, Baby                         b. Cloth                             524. Child's Chair or Rocker
  a. Bonnet                               491. Wall Hanging                      525. Child's Not specified
  b. Coat                                 492. Clothes Hangers                   526. Furniture Accessories

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528. Lap Desk                             b. Other than clothing                 f. Iron
529. Plant Stand                        556. Doorknob                            g. Wooden
530. Stool, Piano                       557. Flag                                h. Saw
531. Stool, Other than piano            558. Knife                               j. Other than listed above
532. Phonograph, Working                559. Lantern                           577. Railroad Item
533. Radio, Working                     560. Lariat or Rope                    578. Hardware
534. Sewing Machine                     561. Horse Items (Downey only)           a. Fixtures
536. Table, under 3 ft. diam.             a. Harness                             b. Door hinges
537. Trunk                                b. Collar                              c. Other than listed above
538. Typewriter                           c. Hames                             579. License Plate
539. Other than listed above              d. Single or Double Tree             580. Artifacts -- Native American
540. Washing Machine                    562. Locks & Handcuffs                   a. Basket
(Downey only)                           563. Padlock & Key                       b. Beadwork
                                        564. Padlock - no Key                    c. Point, Single
DIVISION XIV                            565. Military Item, pre WWII             d. Point, Collection of 6
TACK & HARDWARE, MISC.                  566. Pistol                              e. Pottery
544. Carpenter’s Collection             567. Powder Horn                         f. Stone Tool
545. Hardware Collection                568. Rifle                              g. Rug
546. Tack Collection                    569. Saddle                              h. Other than listed above
547. Automotive Item, not listed        570. Scales                            581. Artifacts Other than Native
       elsewhere                        571. Sporting Goods                          American
548. Bayonet                              a. Sport Item                        582. Water Bag
549. Bell                                 b. Sport Equipment                   583. Ice Tongs
  a. Animal                             572. Horse Shoes                       584. Traps
  b. Sleigh                             573. Spurs                             585. Fishing Equipment
550. Bit                                574. Sword                             586. Keys
551. Bridle and Bit                     575. Shotgun                           587. Insulator
552. Branding Iron                      576. Tool                              588. Axe/hatchet
553. Leather Item, not listed             a. Automotive                        589. Bow saw
       elsewhere                          b. Carpenter                         590. Seeder
554. Civil War Item                       c. Farm                              591. Blacksmith item
555. Cowboy                               d. Garden
  a. Clothing                             e. Mining
                                    LIVESTOCK RULES
 1. Exhibitors shall not attach         6. Disrespect shown to any award        veterinarian’s approval. Any
   evidence of previous awards to         or to any judge by an exhibitor       deviation from this must be under
   any article or animal. The only        forfeits all awards made to him.      the direction of a veterinarian. All
   ribbons that may be displayed are    7. The management requires that         out of State horses must have
   those won at this year’s Fair.         all exhibitors of livestock comply    coggins test (within 6 mos.) and
 2. Exhibitors must, in all cases, be     with the health regulations set       health certificate (within 30 days)
   the bonafide owners of animals         forth in the special rules of each   12. There will be no cash
   exhibited. A transfer of               Department.                           premiums paid where there is no
   ownership for the purpose of         8. Every exhibitor of livestock is      competition. Competition is
   exhibiting will debar any animals      expected to keep his pens and         defined as a contest for supremacy
   from receiving premiums.               stalls clean and sanitary. Stalls     between two or more animals,
 3. Exhibitors of livestock must          and pens must be cleaned by 8:00      products, or articles owned by
   learn from the Superintendent the      am each day and refuse disposed       separate exhibitors. Two exhibits
   hours of judging, parade and the       of as the Superintendent may          entered by the same person or
   time to be ready.                      direct.                               household does not constitute
 4. Exhibitors must make entries        9. An additional fee will be            competition. No awards will be
   with the distinct understanding        charged for late entries.             made for Champions or Grand
   that stock must be brought to the    10. The Fair Board reserves the         Champions where there is no
   show ring for awards, for stock        right to order removed from the       competition. When a community
   judging and parades at the request     grounds any untrained, un-            interest in the ownership of
   of the Superintendent.                 manageableor uncared for              animals or articles is apparent in
 5. All exhibitors and their helpers      animals which endanger public         the judgment of the Board,
   are required to carry the              safety, health or property.           competition will be considered not
   registration certificates for each   11. Animals exhibited or brought        to exist, although the actual
   animal into the show arena.            to the fairgrounds must be disease    ownership might be separate.
                                          free and drug free. Acceptance of    13. CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION If
                                          all animals is subject to             two or more exhibitors are not
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  competing in any breed, second             Class animals in the same               9. Sr Champion & Reserve Sr
  money will be given first, and             quality classes shown                       Champion Female - classes 7
  third money as a second prize, or          simultaneously.                             & 8 - Rosette
  as Judge may award.                    10. Stalls must be cleaned by 8 am          10. Cow/calf: Calf must be cow’s
14. Exhibitors may make as many              each day and all refuse put in              natural calf. Calf to be no more
  entries in each class as desired,          specific areas, or the exhibitor            than 250 days of age day of
  except as specified in the special         will forfeit awards. Sawdust                show. No age restriction on
  rules of each department, but no           will be available for a fee.                cow. Calf not eligible to
  exhibitor will be allowed more         11. Special feed and sawdust                    compete in individual classes if
  than two premiums in any class.            bedding is to be furnished by the           shown with dam. Pair is eligible
15. No animal may compete in                 exhibitor.                                  for Grand & Reserve Champion
more than one class or division, nor     12. No open class livestock will be             Female
for more than one premium, except            released before 3 pm on Sat.            11. Grand Champion & Reserve
as one of a pair, group, or              13. Pre-registration forms are due              Grand Champion Female -
championships, or except as                  to fairgrounds office no later              classes 3, 6, 9 & 10 - Rosette
otherwise specified in special rules          han July 30, 2009. No stall
                                              t                                      12. Jr Bull Calves - calved between
of departments                               space will be guaranteed                    Jan. 1, 2009 and Mar. 31, 2009
  OPEN CLASS LIVESTOCK                       without pre-registration and            13. Sr Bull Calves - calved between
                                             will be designated by livestock             Sept. 1, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2008
Exhibitors are requested to get              superintendent.                         14. Calf Champion & Reserve
familiar with rules & regulations of
                                                                                         Calf Champion Bull - classes
the fair in classes & depts.                 DEPARTMENT K --BEEF                         12 & 13 - Rosette
applicable to their exhibits. Also the   14. There will be a show for each           15. Summer Yearling Bulls - calved
General rules and regulations in the         breed of cattle if there are at             between May 1, 2008 and Aug.
front of book.                               least 10 head from two                      31, 2008
 1. Awards will be made according            different farms. Any breeds             16. Jr Yearling Bulls - calved
    to the merits of exhibits. Judges        not meeting this requirement                between Jan. 1, 2008 and Apr.
    are not required to award three          will compete together in the all            30, 2008
    placings in any division or class.       other breeds division.                  17. Jr Champion & Reserve Jr
 2. Owners of livestock are
                                                                                         Champion Bull - classes 15 &
    responsible for the care of their    PREMIUMS: $25, $20, $15
                                                                                         16 - Rosette
    animals. Entries should be           excluding classes 3, 6, 9, 11, 14, 17, 20
                                         & 21                                        18. Sr Yearling Bulls- calved
    made according to the schedule
                                                                                         between Sept.1, 2007 and Dec.
    for each particular fair.
                                         An entry fee of $5.00 per head will             31, 2007
 3. Animals entered in 4-H and FFA
                                         be charged for individual classes           19. 2 Year-Old Bulls - calved
    are eligible to enter the open
                                         and $5.00 per entry for group                   between Jan. 1, 2007 and Aug.
    class if they meet open class
                                         classes with maximum of four                    31, 2007
    requirements. 4-H and FFA
                                         animals per pen.                            20. Sr Champion & Reserve Sr
    must pay open class entry fees
                                         1. Jr Heifer Calves-calved between              Champion Bull - classes 18 &
    and be responsible for entry.
                                             Jan. 1, 2008 and Mar. 31, 2008.             19 - Rosette
 4. The same identical animal may
                                         2. Sr Heifer Calves- calved between         21. Grand Champion & Reserve
    NOT be shown by a different
                                             Sept. 1, 2007 and Dec. 31, 2007             Grand Champion Bull - classes
    exhibitor as a 4-H project and/or
                                         3. Calf Champion & Res erve -                   14, 17 & 20 Rosette
    as an FFA project.
 5. Exhibitors may make as many              Calf Ch ampion Fem ale -                22. Produce of Dam : Two animals,
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    entries in each class as desired,        classes 1 & 2 - Rosette                     either sex, from one dam to be
                                         4. Summer Yearling Heifers -                    shown in individual classes to be
    but no exhibitor will be allowed                                                     eligible.
    more than 2 premiums in any              calved between May 1, 2008 and
                                             Aug. 31, 2008                           23. Jr Get-of-Sire : Three animals
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    one class.                                                                           all by one sire, both sexes
 6. All dairy and beef animals must      5. Spring Yearling Heifers -
                                             calved between Mar. 1, 2008                 represented. From individual
    be broken to lead and all others
                                             and Apr. 30, 2008                           classes 1, 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 15 &
    gentled enough to be handled
    with ease.                           6. Jr Champion & Reserve Jr                     16
 7. All bulls shall be properly tied         Champion Female - classes 4             24. Sr Get-of-Sire : Four animals all
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    with adequate ropes, halters, etc.       & 5 - Rosette                               by one sire, both sexes
                                         7. Jr Yearling Heifers-calved                   represented. From individual
    and be firmly secured or they                                                        classes 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13,
    may be removed from the                  between Jan. 1, 2008 and Feb.
                                             28, 2008                                    15, 16, 18 & 19
    grounds by the management.                                                       25. Prospect Steers weighing
 8. All animals to compete must be       8. Sr Yearling Heifers - calved
                                             between Sept. 1, 2007 and Dec.              between 500 & 1,000 lbs.
    shown in the ring.                                                               26. Progress Steers weighing 1,001 -
 9. Management reserves the right            31, 2007
                                                                                         1,150 lbs.
    to have all 4-H, FFA and Open
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27. Lightweight Market Steers           An entry fee of $3.00 per head will    08. Two years and under three
    weighing 1,151 - 1,200 lbs.          be charged for individual classes     09. Three years and under four
28. Med. weight Market Steers           and $3.00 per entry for group          10. Four years and under five
    weighing 1,201 - 1,250 lbs.         classes with maximum of 4 animals      11. Five years and over
29. Light Heavyweight Market            per pen. All breeds will be            12. Sr Champion & Reserve Sr
    steers weighing 1,251 - 1,300       shown immediately following 4-H        Champion -Rosette
    lbs.                                and FFA Dairy Goats.                   13. Grand Champion & Reserve
30. Heavyweight Market steers                                                  Grand Champion -Rosette
    weighing 1,301 lbs.& over.          There will be a show for each          14. Dam and daughter, 1 or more,
                                        breed of Dairy Goats if there are      exhibitor’s choice, dam must be
DEPARTMENT L -- DAIRY                   at least 10 head from two              named
PREMIUMS: $25, $20, $15                 different farms. Any breeds not        15. Produce of dam, to consist of 2
Except class 8                          meeting this requirement will          does any age, 1 to be in milk,
                                        compete together in the all other      produce of the same doe, dam
An entry fee of $5.00 per head will     breeds division.                       must be named, all need not be
be charged for individual classes                                              owned by exhibitor.
and $5.00 per entry for group           1. Hor ned goats will not be shown     16. Jr get-of-sire, to consist of 3
                                        2. All substitute exhibits must be     does never to have freshened,
classes with maximum of four
animals per pen.                          entered at the Livestock Office by   produce of same sire, sire must
                                          12 pm on Tues. in order to show.     be named, all need not be owned
There will be a show for each           3. Exhibitors may make as many         by exhibitor.
breed of Dairy Cattle if there are        entries in each class as de-         17. Get of sire, to consist of 3
at least 10 head from two                 sired, but no exhibitor will be      does, one in milk, the get of one
different farms. Any breeds not           allowed more than two premiums       sire. All need not be owned by
meeting this requirement will             in any one class.                    the exhibitor. Sire must be named.
compete together in the all other       4. Pens must be cleaned by 8 am        Each exhibitor limited to one entry
breeds division.                          each day and refuse disposed of       sired by the same buck.
                                          as the superintendent may direct.    18. Three generation females,
1. Jr Heifer Calf born between          5. Trucks and trailers cannot be       Grand Dam, Dam, & Daughter (or
    Mar. 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009        parked in the vicinity of the        more- exhibitors choice) to consist
2. Fall Heifer Calf born between          livestock exhibit buildings, but     of 3 does any age, must all be
    Dec. 1, 2008 and Feb. 29, 2009        must be parked on space              owned by exhibitor. Each exhibitor
3. Sr Heifer Calf born between            designated by the General            limited to one entry.
    Sept. 1, 2008 and Nov. 30,2008        Livestock Superintendent. All        19. Breeders Class. Three does-any
4. Summer Yearling born between           cars, trucks and trailers must be    age, bred and owned by exhibitor.
    June 1, 2008 and Aug. 31, 2008        out of the barn area by 10 am        Exhibitor limited to one entry.
5. Jr Yearling born between Mar.          each day of the fair.                20. Dairy Herd. To consist of 4
    1, 2008 and May 31, 2008            6. All exhibitors are urged to         does in milk owned by the
6. Winter Sr Yearling born                become familiar with         the     exhibitor. Each exhibitor limited
    between Dec. 1, 2007 and Feb.         general rules and regulations in     to one entry.
    28, 2008                              the front of this premium book.      21. Best udder of breed
7. Sr Yearling born between Sept.       7. Milk-out time will begin at 6       DIVISION II-LAMANCHA
    1, 2006 and Nov. 30, 2006             pm the day before judging.           DIVISION III-SAANEN
 8. Jr Champion & Reserve Jr            8. We would like to encourage all      DIVISION IV-TOGGENBERG
    Champion-Rosette                      exhibitors to wear white while       DIVISION V-NUBIAN
 9. Bull Calf born between Sept. 1,       showing animals.                     DIVISION VI-OBERHASLI
    2008 and July 1, 2009               9. Base date for age classes will      DIVISION VII-GRADE GOATS
10. Yearling Bull born between            be the first date of show.           DIVISION VIII-NOVELTY
    Sept. 1, 2007 and Aug. 31,2008      10. All goats will be clinically       All Classes in all Divisions same as
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11. Junior Breeders : A combination
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    of two animals owned by                    DIVISION I - ALPINE
    exhibitor with at least one breed                                             DEPARTMENT N --SWINE
                                        01. Jr Kid, born after June 1, 2009
    by exhibitor.                                                                    PREMIUMS: $15, $10, $7
                                        02. Early Junior Kid, born between
                                        April/May 2009                         An entry fee of $3.00 per head will
  DEPARTMENT M -- DAIRY                 03. Sr Kid, born March 2009            be charged for individual classes
     GOATS - POCATELLO                  04. Early Sr Kid, born Jan/Feb 09      and $3.00 per entry for group
PREMIUMS:                               05. Dry Yearling, 12 months and        classes with maximum of four
Classes 1-11: $15, $10, $7              under 24                               animals per pen.
Classes 14-21: $18, $15, $12                            o
                                        06. Jr champi n & Reserve Jr
                                        Champion -Rosette                      There will be a show for each
                                        07. Yearling Milkers                   breed of swine if there are at least
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10 head from two different farms.      8. Grand Champion & Reserve             17. Best Female
Any breeds not meeting this               Grand Champion Ram-                  18. Best Male
requirement will compete                  Rosette                                                 RABBITS
together in the all other breeds       9. Produce of Dam : Two animals,
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                                          either sex from one ewe (not         BREEDS
1. Spring gilts born Mar. 1, 2009 to      twins)                               American, American Fuzzy Top,
   May 31, 2007                        10. Get-of-Dam : Four animals all
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                                                                               American Sable, English Angora,
2. Breeding gilts born Jan. 1, 2009       be one ram, either sex.              French Angora, Satin Angora,
   to Feb. 29, 2009                    11. Feeder Lambs weighing 89 lbs.       Belgian Hare, Britannia Petite,
3. Sows born before Dec. 31, 07           and under                            Standard Chinchilla, Dutch, Dwarf
4. Grand Champion & Reserve            12. Market Lamb weighing 90 lbs.        Hotot, English Spot, Flordia White,
   Grand Champion Female-              and over.                               Harlequin, Havana, Himalayan,
   Rosette                                      DEPARTMENT P                   Jersey Woolly, Lilac, Holland Lop,
5. Young boars born after Mar. 1,             POULTRY & RABBITS                Mini Lop, Netherland Dwarf,
   2008                                PREMIUMS $3, $2, $1                     Polish, Mini Rex, Rhinelander,
6. Boars born between Sept. 1,                                                 Silver, Silver Marten, Tan
   2008 and Feb. 29, 2009              1. Coops to be furnished by the
7. Grand Champion & Reserve               board. Feed and water and            01. Jr. Buck - 3-6 months
   Grand Champion Male-                   suitable containers to be            02. Jr. Doe - 3-6 months
   Rosette                                furnished by the exhibitor.          03. Sr. Buck - over 6 months
8. Feeder pigs 219 lbs and under       2. Owners must care for exhibits        04. Sr. doe - over 6 months
9. Market hogs 220 lbs and over           during the time of fair or forfeit   DIVISION IX - LARGE
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    DEPARTMENT O -- SHEEP
                                       3. All exhibitors must be present       Giant Angora, Beveren, Californian,
PREMIUMS: $15, $10, $7
                                          at time of judging, or exhibits      Champagne D'Argent, Cinnamon,
 *An entry fee of $3.00 per head          will not be judged.                  Satin, Giant, Chinchilla, American
will be charged for individual         4. Judging on Friday at both fairs      Chinchilla, Checkered Giant, Creme
classes and $3.00 per entry for        5. No diseased animals will be          D'Argent, Flemish Giant, Hotot,
group classes with maximum of             accepted                             English Lop, French Lop, New
four animals per pen.                             POULTRY                      Zealand, Palomino, Silver Fox,
  *All sheep entries will be clipped                                           Standard Rex
and cleaned. No more than one inch     DIVISION I - CHICKENS
                                                                               06.     Pre-junior Buck- under 3 mos.
of wool will be permitted on                                                   07.     Pre-junior Doe - Under 3 mos.
breeding stock. Feeder or fat lambs    BANTAM
                                       01. Cockerel, male under 6 months       08.     Jr. Buck - 3-6 mos.
shall have no more than 1/2-inch                                               09.     Jr. Doe - 3-6 mos.
wool at time of fair.                  02. Pullet, female under 6 months
                                                                               10.     Intermediate Buck - 6-8mos.
There will be a show for each          03. Rooster, male over 6 months
                                                                               11.     Intermediate Doe - 6-8 mos.
breed of sheep if there are at least   04. Hen, female over 6 months
                                                                               12.     Sr. Buck - over 8 mos.
10 head from two different farms.      05. 2 Pullets 1 Cockerel - $3, 2, $1
                                                                               13.     Sr. Doe - over 8 mos.
Any breeds not meeting this            06. 2 Hens &1Rooster - $3, $2, $1
requirement will compete                                                       DIVISION X-MEAT CLASS-Any
                                       DIVISION II - CHICKENS,
together in the all other breeds                                               Mixed Breed LARGE
                                       LARGE FOWL
division.                                                                      16. Jr. Buck - 3-6 mos.
                                       Classes same as Division I
                                                                               17. Jr. Doe - 3-6 months
1. Ewe Lambs born after Mar. 1,
                                       DIVISION III - DUCKS                    18. Intermediate Buck - 6-8 mos.
    2009                                                                       19. Intermediate Doe - 6-8 mos.
                                       09. Best Duck
2. Yearling Ewes born between                                                  20. Sr. Buck - over 8 mos.
                                       10. Best Drake
    Sept. 1, 2008 and Feb. 28, 2009                                            21. Sr. Doe - over 8 mos.
3. Aged Ewes born before Sept. 1,      DIVISION IV - GEESE                     22. Meat Pen - to consist of 3
    2007                               11. Best Goose                          fryers- same ages. $3, $2, $1
4. Grand Champion & Reserve            12. Best Gander
    Grand Champion Ewe-                                                        DIVISION XI - BEST IN SHOW
    Rosette                            DIVISION V - TURKEYS                    - The best of breed in Division VIII
5. Ram Lambs born after March. 1,      13. Best Hen                            and IX will be eligible to participate
    2009                               14. Best Tom
6. Rams born between Sept. 1, 2008                                             23. Grand Champion - Rosette
    and Feb. 29, 2009                  DIVISION VI - PEACOCKS                  24. Reserve Champion - Rosette
7. Rams born between Sept. 1, 2007     15. Best Hen
    and Aug. 31, 2008                  16. Best Cock                                              FFA
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Alan He ikkila - Advisor, Highland       01. Any white spring wheat…2.qts.           55. Corn, Indian……………5 ears
High School                              02. Any red spring wheat……2 qts.            56. Popcorn……………….5 ears
Troy White - Advisor, Marsh Valley       03. Any hard red winter wheat. 2.qts.       57. Cucumbers, under 2 inches..10
High School                              04. Any white winter wheat …..2.qts.        58. Cucumbers, 2" to 5”………5
ENTRY TIMES : Everything
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except livestock: Tues. 8am to 2pm       06.   Any barley........………….2 qts.         60. Lettuce………………2 heads
Livestock Only: Wednesday: See           07.   Peas, smooth....………….2 qts.           61. Kohlrabi…………………..5
schedule page:                           08.   Peas, wrinkled.....………...2 qts.       62 . Swiss Chard………. ..2 heads
RELEASE TIME : Saturday 3 pm
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                                         09.   Beans, Pinto....…………..2 qts.          63. Peppers, mango…………..5
                RULES                    10.   Beans, Great Northern…...2 qts.       64. Peppers, pimento………….5
1. Entries must have been produced       11.   Beans, other variety……..2 qts.        65. Peppers, chili. ……………..5
on the farm operated by FFA              12.   Alfalfa ....………….…….2 qts.            66 . Peppers, any variety ……...5
members or his/her parents.              13.   Red Clover ..…………….2 qts.             67. Pumpkins, field……………2
2. Entries in both agriculture and                                                   68. Pumpkins, pie.........………..2
livestock shall be limited to active     Premiums-classes 16 - 26 - 1st-$3
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                                                                                     69. Squash, acorn ........... ………2
FFA members in good standing in          2nd-$2 3rd-$1                               70. Squash, hubbard.......……....2
their local chapters, & regularly        16. Sheaf of wheat, bearded                 71. Squash, golden hubbard.…..2
enrolled as students of agricultural     17. Sheaf of wheat, plain                   72. Squash, banana ......……….. 2
education in Bannock County. Ag          18. Sheaf of barley                         73 . Squash, summer crookneck...2
students who graduated last June are     19. Sheaf of oats                           74. Squash, white scalloped ...….2
eligible to compete and exhibit. New     20. Sheaf of clover seed                    75. Squash, zucchini....………...2
fall students registered in Ag are       21. Sheaf of alfalfa seed                   76 . Squash, buttercup..………...2
eligible.                                22. Sheaf of grass-Brome                    77. Squash, any other variety. .....2
3. All sheaves exhibited must be at      23. Sheaf of grass-Timothy                  78. Tomatoes, red slicing..……...5
least 2’’ in diameter through the        24. Sheaf of grass-Orchard                  79. Tomatoes, green....………….5
middle of the stalk. Sheaves not         25. Sheaf of grass-Crested                  80. Tomatoes, cherry ......………10
meeting this measurement will not        26. Sheaf of alfalfa                        81. Tomatoes, pear...…………...10
be given an award.                       Premiums- classes 29-37: 1st-$2.50
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                                                                                     82. Tomatoes, any other .………. 5
4. The FFA exhibitor who                 2nd-$2 3rd-$1.50 4th-$1                     83. String beans, green……10 pods
accumulates the most ribbon              29. Sugar beets..................………5       84. String beans, yellow….10 pods
points in crops will be given a large    SEED POTATOES                               85. String beans, purple..…10 pods
rosette. Also in livestock.              30.   Russets .................………….10      86. Green Peas .....…….….10 pods
5. All prize money not claimed at        31.   Bliss Triumph.......………….10           87. Cantaloupe.......…..…………2
fair time will be sent to the local      32.   Norgold..................…………10       88. Watermelons, mature……….2
advisor.                                 33.   Targhee.................………….10       89. Rhubarb ....…………...5 stalks
6. In the event premiums exceed the      34.   Any other early potatoes……10          90. Sunflowers.......……………..2
budget, the board reserves the right                                                 91. Apples, Wealthy ...………….5
to pro-rate award money.                 COMMERCIAL POTATOES                         92. Apples, Macintosh Reds ……5
                                         35. Russets...................... ………...5   93. Apples, Transparent..………..5
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1. All rules of Junior Class             37. Any other early potatoes……..5           95. Apples, Jonathan......……..….5
   Livestock will prevail in FFA                                                     96. Apples, any other variety........5
   market classes. All other livestock   Premiums-class 39-105: 1st-$2, 2nd-
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   entries are entered according to      $1.50 3rd-$1.25 4th-$1                      98. Plums, Blue Damson……….10
   open class requirement.               39. Table Beets, pickling, 2” &             99. Plums, Satsuma or other........10
2. Judging will be according to                                    under..…..5       100. Italian Prunes..……………10
   respective fair schedules.            40. Table Beets, slicing 2"-3”. …..5        101. Strawberries.....…………....10
3. All market classes for sale will be   41. Carrots, long-5 to 10”……..…5            102. Raspberries ....…………….10
   judged with 4-H.                      42. Carrots, half long-3 to 5……...5         103. Crab Apple .........…………..5
4. Premiums will be awarded on the       43. Onions, yellow...............……. .5     104. Pears, Winter......…………...5
   Danish judging system.                44. Onions, white ...……………...5              105. Pears, Summer........…….…..5
5. No premiums will be awarded on        45. Onions, white pickling....…...10        LARGEST SPECIMEN - 1st-$3,
   FFA market classes.                   46. Radishes, red.…………..….10                2nd-$2, 3rd-$1.50, 4th-$1
                                         47. Radishes, white.……………10                 107.   Pumpkin
SWINE, BEEF, SHEEP (not for              48. Parsnips, any variety………..5             108.   Squash
sale) GOATS, DAIRY, POULTRY              49. Turnips, table………………..5                 109.   Red potato
AND RABBITS: Same                        50. Turnips, field………………..5                 110.   White potato
classes/premiums as Open Class           51. Cabbage……………....2 heads                 111.   Cucumber
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THRESHED GRAINS AND LEGUMES              53. Corn, sweet………….…5 ears                 113.   Table beet
Premiums-class 1 to 13: 1st-$2.50
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2nd-$1.00 3rd-$.75 4th-$.50
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115.   Apple                                Basis for judging: Practicability,                Watering troughs
116.   Ear of corn                          35%; Quality of Workmanship, 50%;                 Items made of wood-boxes,
117.   Sunflower                             Amount of Work, 15%.                              benches, saw horses, etc.
118.   Cabbage                                                                                And other like items
119.   Turnip                               Class 1 - Exhibits to be judged
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120.   Kohlrabi                             together                                      Class 5 - Exhibits to be judged together
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121.   Any novelty product:                         Articles, repaired in some way            Grain feeder large and complex
                                                   Handle replacement                         types
FLOWERS
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Premiums-classes 122-145: 1st-$2,                   pitchforks                                Roll bar
2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.25,4th-$1                        Sharpening small tools                    Small general purpose trailer, 10'
122. Asters..............……………...5                 And other like items and work              long and under
123. Bachelor Buttons…….bouquet             1st - $8, 2nd - $7, 3rd - $6, 4th - ribbon
                                                                                              Stow box large and complex
124. Cactus ..............…………….1           Class 2 - Exhibits to be judged
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                                            together                                           items
125. Carnations........……………..5
                                                     Mounted exhibits of six or more         Stock rack, pick-up size
126. Chrysanthemums ...……3 to 5
127. Cosmos ...........……...bouquet                   items on a board                        Watering trough complex type
128. Dahlia.............……………...1               1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $6                  and automatic
129. Daisy...............……………. .7          Class 3 - Exhibits to be judged together
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130. Gladiolus.........……………..5                    Branding iron                             Work or carpenter's bench
131. Marigolds .........……………5                     Saddle rack                               And other like items
132. Pansies ........……….……….9                     Small hand tools                      1st - $25, 2nd - $18, 3rd - $15, 4th - ribbon
133. P etunias..………….....bouquet                   Cold chisel                           Class 6 - Exhibits to be judged together
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134. Phlox..… ......………..…3 to 5                   Stools                                    Flat bed for pick-up
135. Plant, hanging .....…...……...1                Feed Scoop                                Large general purpose trailer
                                                                                               over 10' long
136. Plant, potted.........…………..1                 Hay hooks
                                                                                           Stock trailer
137. Rose .................…………….1                 Jack stand
138. Salvia........…………… ..3 to 5                                                          Horse trailer
                                                   Nail box
139. Snapdragons ........……..5 to 7                                                        Pipe trailer
                                                   And other like items
140. SweetPeas....………...bouquet             1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $6, 4th - ribbon    Machine trailer
141. Tuberous Begonia. ...........….1       Class 4 - Exhibits to be judged
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142. Violet, African ....……....…..1         together                                           and up
143. Zinnias.....…………...bouquet                    Block table                            Large machinery trailer
144. Other                                         Gate                                   And other like items
145. Arrangements                                  Hay feeder                            1st-$40, 2nd-$30, 3rd-$20
                                                   Ladder general purpose
AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS
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                                                   Show box
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            Bannock County Fair                                            Bannock County Fair
             Downey August 3- 8                                           Pocatello August 10-15
           4-H Schedule of Events                                         4-H Schedule of Events

                  Monday, August 3, 2009
                            19B19BU
                                                                                   Monday 10, 2009
                                                                                               6B6BU




9 am to finish - 4-H Horse Fitting & Showmanship                 9 am to11 am- Decorate 4-H Building
3 pm to 6 pm - Enter Home Ec. and Miscellaneous projects         12pm to4 pm- Enter 4-H Home Ec./Misc. projects
4 p.m.- 4-H Dummy Roping                                         6pm- 4-H BBQ on the lawn by big stage
5 pm - 4-H Working Ranch Horse Show                              7pm- County Style Revue and Talent Show on Big Stage
       (see 4-H Horse Show schedule for class order)
                                                                                      Tuesday 11, 2009
                                                                                                7B7BU




                  Tuesday, August 4 2009
                             20B20BU
                                                                 10 am - Judge Home Ec/Misc. projects – building closed
8 am to noon- enter FFA non-livestock projects                   9 am - 4-H Horse Show Fitting & Showmanship
9 am to finish - 4-H Performance                                       and Performance classes
                (see 4-H show rules for class order)                     (see show rules for class order)
10 am to completion - Judge Home Ec and Misc. projects
                                                                 6 pm - Working Ranch single cow sorting & roping
                Wednesday, August 5, 2009
              21B21BU




9 am to finish - 4-H Horse – Trail, Barrels, & Poles                                Wednesday 12 2009
                                                                                     8B8BU




                (see 4-H show rules for class order)             9 am - 4-H Horse Show Performance Classes,
8 am to 9:30 am - Weigh in 4-H/FFA Market Hogs
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10 am to 11:30 am - Weigh in 4-H/FFA Market Lambs
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9 am Buildings open to public                                    9:30 am - Judge 4-H Dairy Goats
12 noon- Judge FFA non-livestock projects                        11 am to 9 pm- 4-H building open to public
11:30 to12:30 - Weigh in 4-H/FFA Market Steers
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                                                                 3-4 pm - Check-in all 4-H Rabbit, Poultry & Livestock
1:30 to 2:30 pm - Enter 4-H Dairy Cattle, Dairy Goats and        5 pm - 4-H Team Sorting
                  Breeding Beef, Sheep, and Swine                8 pm- 4-H Team Sorting Jackpot
2:00 to 3:00 pm Enter 4-H Rabbits & Poultry
                                                                                    Thursday 13, 2009
                                                                                        10B10BU




                Thursday, August 6, 2009
                    14B14BU
                                                                 9 am - Judge 4-H Beef and Dairy Cattle & Sheep
9 am - Judge 4-H Beef showmanship followed by market             9 am - 4-H Horse– Poles & Barrels, Trail Class
     & breeding quality classes                                  12 pm - 4-H Gymkhana and Free Reining
11 am- Buildings open to public                                  11 am to 9 pm- 4-H building open to public
12 noon - Judge 4-H Dairy cattle showmanship & quality           5 pm - 4-H Dog Show
followed by 4-H Dairy Goat showmanship and quality
5 pm -Judge 4-H Sheep showmanship followed by market                                   Friday 14, 2009 11B11BU




& breedingquality classes                                        9 am - Judge 4-H Rabbits & Poultry
                                                                 11 am to 9 pm- 4-H building open to public
                  Friday, August 7, 2009
                                 22B22BU
                                                                 8-11 pm – 4-H Barn Dance for everyone 13-18 at the
9 am- Judge 4-H Swine showmanship followed by market             parking lot by the Blue Barn
& breeding quality classes
11 am- Buildings open to public                                                      Saturday 15, 2009
                                                                                             12B12BU




2 pm - Judge 4-H Rabbits & Poultry                                             8 pm - Release all 4-H Animal Exhibits
4 pm - 4-H Master Fitting & Showmanship Contest                                      Monday 17, 2009
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                 Saturday, August 10, 2009
                  23B23BU
                                                                 Ec/Misc. Exhibits and pay premiums
10 am - 4-H Market Livestock Sale – Pavilion                     ** All projects receiving a Blue Ribbon will be kept an taken to
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11 am- Buildings open to public                                  EISF by the 4-H office
3 pm - Release all livestock and red or white ribbon
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**All projects receiving a Blur Ribbon will be kept and
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taken to EISF                                                    Mechanics can be found in the Bannock County Open Class
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                                                                             in any of the above projects, and will be subject to
                              4-H
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                                                                             any/all relevant criminal prosecution. Exhibitors,
                                                                             leaders, and parents must sign the Livestock Show
                                                                             Ethics Creed established by the Idaho 4-H Market
                  EXHIBITOR RULES                                            Animal Advisory Curricula Committee. FFA
1.    All projects must be checked in with fair officials on
                                                                             members are encouraged to abide by the rules of
      the assigned day and by the assigned time to be
                                                                             this creed.
      displayed and/or judged.
                                                                         14. Unless otherwise specified, project requirements as
2.    Youth are eligible to enter those projects in which they
                                                                             listed with the project and this premium book are
      are enrolled.
                                                                             official.
3.    Exhibits must be labeled with member’s name, age,
                                                                         15. All members of the same club must exhibit at the
      project, division, and name of county.
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4.    Age for Cloverbud Division is 5 through 7 years old.
                                                                             Special considerations to this may be made by the 4-H
      Age for Junior Division is 8 through 11 years old,
                                                                             Extension Educator.
      Intermediate 12 through 14 years old and Senior 15 to
      19 years old as of January 1 of the current year. (These
                                                                         16. All projects must remain on display at the fairgrounds
      age divisions apply to all events and contests except the
                                                                             until the official checkout time.
      Demonstration Contest).
                                                                         17. Projects should not be handled while on display.
5.    Record books, or record sheets must accompany ALL
                                                                         18. Home economics and miscellaneous projects that
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      exhibits.
                                                                             receive blue ribbons are eligible to enter EISF. Horse
6.    Signature of member, parent, and leader must be on
                                                                             and livestock exhibitors must meet show requirements
      record book and record sheet to signify all project
                                                                             to be eligible for EISF. 4-H animal members are
      requirements and work has been completed.
                                                                             responsible for completing entry forms. Entry forms
7.    All 4-H Camp Self-Directed 4-H, and Elementary
                                                                             must be received from all horse and livestock members
      School Club Projects will be evaluated upon
                                                                             eligible to go to EISF on Saturday of each fair to be
      requirements set by the 4-H Extension Educator and
                                                                             enrolled.
      and receive a participation ribbon and $2.00 premium.
                                                                         19. All projects are entered at your own risk.
      All other self-directed, Early Out School Project
      Camps and traditional 4-H projects will be judged on
      the Danish system. Home Economics, Miscellaneous                            4-H RECORD BOOK AND STORY
      and livestock breeding projects will be awarded the
      following premiums: blue - $5.00; red - $4.00; white -                                  TRADITIONAL 4-H
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      $3.00. Livestock and horse projects will be awarded                1.   Each record book must be entirely filled out by the
      on fitting and showing; dogs on obedience: gold -                       member and include signatures of member, leader and
      $5.00; silver - $4.00; bronze - $3.00. Cloverbud                        parent; a story and the title of the project
      projects will be displayed and receive a participation                  demonstration. If space is not included for each of the
      ribbon and a $1.00 premium. In the event premiums                       above, members should add the necessary information.
      exceed the budget, the board reserves the right to pro-            2.   Unless the extension office grants special permission,
      rate all award monies.                                                  the member should fill out all record books. Stories
8.    Premiums will be handed out the Saturday of the South                   must be handwritten or computer generated by the
      Bannock Fair and Monday after the North Bannock                         member.
      Fair .                                                             3.   All portfolios are due to the 4-H office by 5:00p.m. on
9.    Any participant who fails to abide by the rules of the                  Monday, July 20th. If the portfolio is turned in on time,
      fair will forfeit premiums.                                             but receives a white ribbon, the portfolio will be given
10.   Judges will determine award winners for awards                          back to the exhibitor and they will have two (2) days to
      presented at the fair.                                                  make corrections. Anyone receiving a white ribbon on
11.   In livestock and horse projects, the awarding of                        their portfolio will not be eligible to exhibit at the fair.
      champion and reserve champion ribbons will be at the                    If the portfolio is not turned in by the due date, the
      discretion of the judge and show management.                            exhibitor will not be able to exhibit their project at the
12.   Judges decisions are final.                                             fair. Downey Fair exhibitors who do not comply
13.   Physical Abuse. No physical abuse of 4-H/FFA                            will be penalized 20% per week of their blue-sky
      market livestock, horses, or any other animals is                       premium. Members whose record books are not turned
      permitted in any public or private setting. Physical                    in by Oct. 1 will only be paid market floor price for
      abuse includes, but is not limited to, surgical alteration,             their animals (exception: North market animals receive
      physical alteration or practices resulting in bruising or               only bonus money.)
      inordinate levels of stress other than routine                     4.   If all project exhibit requirements are not submitted on
      management in accordance with acceptable animal                         time at the fair, the project cannot receive a ribbon or
      husbandry practices, including inappropriate amounts                    premium, but can still be considered a completed
      and methods of exercise and training. Violators will be                 project if requirements are met and submitted by
      disqualified immediately from the 4-H/FFA market                        October 1. (Exceptions are market livestock projects.)
      livestock, horse or other animal projects, will forfeit all
      premiums, will be barred from all future participation
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      SELF-DIRECTED 4-H
                                                                                GENERAL ANIMAL REQUIREMENTS
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1.        Each record sheet must be entirely filled out by the
          member and include signature of the member, leader               Follow requirements in project book with these additions:
          and parent.                                                      1. Rules and guidelines for the Eastern Idaho State Fair
2.        Unless the extension office gives special permission,                will apply whenever possible.
          the member should fill out all record sheets.                    2. The member must provide all feed and bedding for
3.        Record sheets should be securely attached to home ec.                animals exhibited at the fair. The fair board may
          and miscellaneous projects.                                          supply some bedding.
4.        Projects that are displayed at the county fair and meet          3. Animals cannot be clipped on the wash racks during
          the leaders' requirements are eligible to go to the EISF.            the fair.
                                                                           4. All pens/stalls must be cleaned by 8 a.m. daily during
                                                                               the fair. Bedding must be disposed of and the pen/stall
            4-H MISCELLANEOUS PROJECT                                          must be completely clean prior to leaving the fair.
                   REQUIREMENTS                                            5. Animals entered in 4-H are eligible to enter open class
                                                                               events. Members must pay required fees. It is the
POSTERS:                                                                       member's responsibility to enter events.
1. All posters must be 8 1/2 x 11 inches. No exceptions.
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2. Posters should be on poster board. Any art medium                           4-H fair events.
   can be used.                                                            7. Members cannot enter the same animal in 4-H and
                                                                               FFA.
DISPLAYS:                                                                  8. All animals entered in the fair must stay on the fair
1. Displays are three-dimensional.                                             grounds for the duration of their species show. Horses
2. Display bases are 12 x 16 inches. No exceptions.                            may be released at the completion of the 4-H horse
                                                                               show in Downey and at8:00 p.m. on Saturday in
LABELING AND DISPLAY                                                           Pocatello. Rabbits & poultry are required to be entered
1. Labels may be obtained from the Extension Office.                           on Wednesday and are released on Saturday.
   Each item within a project must be labeled with the                         Exhibitors wishing to participate in any open class
   completed label securely attached as follows:                               show must comply with open class schedules.
a) Record books: taped on the upper right-hand corner                      9. If an animal must leave the fair grounds for emergency
   (Record books/sheets should be securely attached to                         reasons, they must contact an extension educator, fair
   project item displayed);                                                    manager, or FFA advisor.
b) Clothing - safety pinned to waistband on skirts or pants                10. ALL HORSES THAT HAVE BEEN RELEASED,
   or hem of sleeves on tops (exhibits of more than one                        BY THE EXTENSION EDUCATOR, DUE TO
   item should be hung on individual metal hangers and                         INJURY CANNOT COMPETE IN ANY OTHER
   the hangers tied together);                                                 FAIR EVENT.
c) Knitting/crocheting - safety pinned to each item                        11. There can be no vehicle traffic in the barn area between
   (exhibits of more than one item should be attached                          the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. or after 11 p.m.
   together and displayed in a clear bag);
d) Foods - food items should be placed inside a zippered                   REGULATIONS CONCERNING DRUG USE AND
   storage bag with the recipe included (do not include                    ILLNESS IN ANIMALS:
   record book/sheet in same bag).
e) Posters or exhibits - taped to the bottom right-front                   1.   Use of behavior modifying drugs is prohibited.
   corner.                                                                 2.   In the event of a protest of illegal drug use, the accuser
                                                                                will pay for the test. If the test shows illegal drug use,
SPECIAL CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS                                                   the accused will pay the cost.
Follow requirements in project book with these additions:                  3.   Care of all animals will be consistent with production
1. Display commercial pattern guide sheets with record                          practices and accepted standards.
    book. Label each.                                                      4.   A fair official or 4-H leader may call a veterinarian if
2. Clothing articles that have been worn or become soiled                       an animal is determined to be sick and the owner
    should be laundered before exhibiting.                                      cannot be reached. Liability for the animal is placed
3. Clothing projects modeled at the county style revue                          upon the owner only, and the owner must pay for any
    must be displayed at the fair.                                              vet fees incurred.
4. Style revue descriptions are to be submitted on the                     5.   Animals exhibiting symptoms of contagious disease,
    form available from the extension office July 27th.                         unthrifty, or other medical conditions as determined by
5. Only members receiving blue ribbons in the style revue                       a veterinarian are not eligible for exhibition in a county
    will be eligible to compete at EISF                                         sanctioned display/show/fair and will be removed
“The Looking Your Best” project modeling interview                              immediately.
option mentioned in the project requirements is not                        6.   All horses taken to fair MUST have been vaccinated
available in our county or district.                                            within the past 90 days.

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FITTING AND SHOWMANSHIP RULES:                                            SPECIAL HORSE REQUIREMENTS
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                                                                     Follow requirements in project book and the EISF Jr. Horse
1.   For large animals and horses, at both fairs, the                Show Fair Book with the following additions:
     champion and reserve champion in each showmanship               1. EISF Horse Show Rules are the default rules.
     division will compete immediately after the junior              2. All horse projects except Horse Animal Science,
     showmanship division of that species has been                       Model Horse & Horses Are Fun must complete the
     completed to determine the overall species champion.                horse record book. Supplement horse projects such as
     The champion showman from this class is eligible to                 Equitation and Working Ranch must be in the horse
     compete in the master fitting and showing contest. In a             record book and will be judged.
     case where an individual is champion in more than one           3. Each project shall consist of one or more horse(s) or
     species they must choose the species they wish to                   colt(s) managed and cared for 120 days by the 4-H
     participate in the master class with. The reserve                   member.
     champion from the species they do not choose will be            4. 4-H members may not show stallions in 4-H events.
     able to compete.                                                5. The same horse may be entered in more than one
2.   Fitting and showmanship classes will precede all                    performance class.
     quality classes and will be judged on the following             6. When the number of entries is large, the 4-H Horse
     points                                                              Committee reserves the right to make sections in any
     a) fitting of the animal: cleanliness and clipping;                 class.
           (Fitting one side of the animal may be required in        7. All horses ridden in western classes, other than Snaffle
           the ring by the judge.)                                       Bit/Hackamore and Gymkhana events, must be shown
     b) training of the animal;                                          as a bridle horse with a standard western bit. See EISF
     c) showmanship ability of the member;                               Junior Horse Show Fair Book.
     d) appearance of the member.                                        a)Other legal equipment includes: 1) Curb chain,
3.   Fitting and showmanship classes will be divided into                half inch thick, flat; 2) Leg protection (Western
     Junior, Intermediate and Senior.                                    Riding, Reining, Barrels and Poles); 3) Breast
4.   Each member is required to enter a fitting and                      Collar.
     showmanship class for each species of animal shown at               b)Snaffle bit and hackamore are disallowed except for
     the fair.                                                           Snaffle Bit/Hackamore classes and Gymkhana events.
5.   For horse members, the 1/4 Safety System of                     8. Horses must be neck-reined with one hand.
     showmanship is required unless the judge grants an              9. Halters may be equipped with leather, cotton or nylon
     exception.                                                          leads. Leads with chains may be used. No chains may
6.   The order of show for all showmanship classes will be:              be used over the horse’s nose, only under the chin.
     first, Seniors; second, Intermediate; third, Juniors.           10. No changes may be made to class registration forms
7.   Premiums are paid for Fitting and Showmanship.                      during the fair.
8.   Members must show their own animals.                            11. Members may enter more than one horse. More than
9.   Overall winners in beef, dairy cow, goat, horse, sheep,             one member cannot ride the same horse in various
     and swine will be eligible to compete in Master Fitting             events.
     and Showmanship.                                                12. Horses are to be ridden for daily exercising in
                                                                         designated areas only.
                                                                     13. A pony is not eligible to be ridden in Pony Equitation if
LIVESTOCK AND HORSE DRESS CODE                                           the animal has already participated in Senior,
1. Member should be clean and neat.                                      Intermediate and Junior Western Equitation classes.
2. Livestock members should dress appropriately to the               14. If a member enters Walk/Trot, they cannot enter any
   animal they are showing.                                              other performance classes. (This includes Barrels and
3. All livestock exhibitors should wear long-sleeved shirts              Poles.) They must enter showmanship and be first year
   and hard-soled shoes or boots. Tennis shoes and                       4-H horse club riders.
   sandals will not be allowed.                                      15. Members who participate in Team Sorting, Ranch
4. Horse exhibitor’s attire should be suitable, neat and                 Roping, Single Cow Penning, or Working Ranch are
   appropriate Western attire. Western attire will include               expected to pay a stock charge, at time of pre-
   slick-soled western boots with a heel, long-sleeved                   registration, to cover cost of cattle feed or other
   western shirt and collar and western hat/helmet. Chaps                expenses. The fee is non-refundable.
   and gloves are optional. Silver and fancy dress are not           16. No bats or over and under ropes can be used in Barrel
   to be encouraged or discounted. Participants using                    Racing or Pole Bending.
   safety helmets will not be penalized.                             17. Horses entered in 4-H and FFA can enter the Open
                                                                         Class Horse Show if they meet open class
                                                                         requirements. Members must register and pay own
                                                                         fees.
                                                                     18. Members may participate at EISF 4-H Horse Show if
                                                                         they qualify. The member must make entries
                                                                         according to EISF rules. Entry blanks must be
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                                                                         obtained at the 4-H livestock office at the fair and
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    turned in by 2:00 p.m. Saturday of fair week. No late
    entries will be accepted...please don’t ask!!

          BANNOCK COUNTY RIDING EVENTS
              NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EISF

A. Pole Bending and Barrel Racing (Gymkhana):

    1.    Western or English equipment may be used. Use
          of hackamore or other type of bridle is the optional
          choice of the contestant; however, the timer or ring
          steward may prohibit the use of bits or equipment
          that may be considered severe. The contestant has
          the option of using a tie-down.
    2.    Pole Bending and Barrel Racing are timed events.
          Each contestant will begin from a running start,
          and time shall begin and end as the horse's nose
          crosses the line. A clearly visible starting line
          shall be provided. Electric timers or at least two
          watches will be used, with the time indicated by             If you want to learn new skills,
          the electric timer or the average time of the                meet new people and have lots
          watches used by the official timers to be the
          official time.                                                           of fun,
    3.    The Pole Bending pattern is to be run around six                       join 4-H.
          poles. Each pole is to be 21 feet apart and the first
          pole is to be 21 feet from the starting line. Poles          For more information call 208-
          shall be set on top of the ground 6 feet in height
          and with no base more than 14 inches in diameter.               236-7312 or stop by the
          No quirts or bats.                                           Bannock County 4-H Office at
                                                                            130 N. 6th Avenue.
B. Western Horsemanship
Pattern rules may contain some of the following:

    1.    Walk
    2.    Trot-jog
    3.    Canter-lope
    4.    Counter-canter (intentional asking for outside
          instead of inside lead)
    5.    Flying change of lead in straight of way.
    6.    Flying change of lead in figure eight.
    7.    Simple change of leads in figure eight.
    8.    Simple change of leads, straight of way.
    9.    Balanced stop from walk, trot on lope.
    10.   360-degree turn on rear quarters.
    11.   360-degree turn on front quarters.
    12.   Back in a straight line or in a circle.
    13.   Side-pass both directions.
    14.   Two-track (a type of side pass without loss of
          forward motion. The horse's body is to remain
          straight with its forward motion at a walk or a
          trot.)
    15.   Mount and dismount from either side properly.
    16.   Roll-backs.
    17.   Drop and ride without stirrups and pick them back
          up without major changes in order position.
    18.   Judge may select any of the above or any of
          his/her own requirements to further test the rider's
          ability to control and show their horse.
    19.   Answer any individual questions the judge may
          have about parts of the horse or equipment, care of
          equipment, grooming and care of horses, etc.
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Downey 4-H Horse Show Schedule                                     Pocatello 4-H Horse Show Schedule
  Event schedule may change due to enrollment numbers            Event schedule may change due to enrollment numbers
                     Monday, August 3
                     28B28BU                                                       Tuesday, August 11
9:00 a.m. Fitting & Showmanship                                9:00 a.m. Fitting & Showmanship
Class 1 - Senior Halter Showmanship                            Class 1 - Senior Halter Showmanship
Class 2 - Intermediate Halter Showmanship                      Class 2 - Intermediate Halter Showmanship
Class 3 - Junior Halter Showmanship                            Class 3 - Junior Halter Showmanship
Class 26 - Snaffle Bit or Hackamore Western                    Class 4 - Senior Bareback Equitation
           Equitation (does not go to EISF)                    Class 5 - Intermediate Bareback Equitation
Class 16 - Snaffle Bit and Hackamore                           Class 6 - Junior Bareback Equitation
Class 25 - Mare and 2009 Foals                                 Class 32 - Pony Bareback Equitation
4:00 p.m.                                                      Class 16 - Snaffle Bit or Hackamore Training I
Class 27 - Dummy Roping Unit I                                            Snaffle Bit or Hackamore Training II
5:00 p.m.                                                      Class 26 - Snaffle Bit or Hackamore Western
Class 28 - Working Cow Horse III                                          Equitation (does not go to EISF)
Class 23 - Single Cow Penning II                               Class 25 - Mare and 2009 Foals
Class 34 - Single Cow Penning I
Class 29 - Ranch Roping II                                     Class 22 - Walk-Trot Western Equitation
Class 35 - Ranch Roping III                                    Class 7 - Senior Western Equitation
Class 30 - Team Sorting (Units I, II, III)                     Class 8 - Intermediate Western Equitation
                                                               Class 9 - Junior Western Equitation
                    Tuesday, August 4                          Class 12 - Pony Western Equitation
Riding Performance Events                                      Class 27 – Dummy Roping
9:00 a.m.
Class 22 - Walk -Trot Western Equitation                       6:00 p.m.
Class 7 - Senior Western Equitation                            Class 28 - Working Cow Horse III
Class 8 - Intermediate Western Equitation                      Class 23 - Single Cow Penning II
Class 9 - Junior Western Equitation                            Class 34 - Single Cow Penning I
Class 12 - Pony Western Equitation                             Class 35 - Ranch Roping III
                                                               Class 29 - Ranch Roping II
Class 4 - Senior Bareback Equitation
Class 5 - Intermediate Bareback Equitation                                       Wednesday, August 12
Class 6 - Junior Bareback Equitation                           9:00 a.m.
Class 32 - Pony Bareback Equitation                            Class 13 - Western Reining
                                                               Class 37 - Junior Western Reining (does not go to EISF)
Class 24 - Single Pleasure Driving                             Class 14 - Western Horsemanship
Class 36 - Team Pleasure Driving                               Class 15 - Senior/Intermediate Western Riding (does not
Class 31 - Single Utility Driving                                       go to EISF)

Class 14 - Western Horsemanship                                Class 24 - Single Pleasure Driving
Class 13 - Western Reining                                     Class 36 - Team Pleasure Driving
Class 37 - Junior Western Reining (does not go to EISF)        Class 31 - Single Utility Driving
Class 15 - Senior/Intermediate Western Riding (does not
          go to EISF)
                                                               7:00 p.m.
                    Wednesday, August 5                        Class 30 – Team Sorting (Units I, II, III)
9:00 a.m.
Class 17 - Trail                                                                  Thursday, August 13
Class 18 - Senior and Intermediate Barrel Racing               Class 17 – Trail
Class 19 - Junior Barrel Racing                                Class 18 - Senior and Intermediate Barrel Racing
Class 20 - Senior and Intermediate Pole Bending                Class 19 - Junior Barrel Racing
Class 21 - Junior Pole Bending                                 Class 20 - Senior and Intermediate Pole Bending
                                                               Class 21 - Junior Pole Bending
                                                               4-H Gymkhana and Free Reining

                                                               Examples of games include:
                                                               Pole Bending, Rope Race, Flag Race, Figure 8 Race, 10
                                                               Barrel Race, Barrel Race, Water Race, & Boot Race.
                                                               Teams will consist of 5 persons.


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SPECIAL LIVESTOCK REQUIREMENTS:                                      10. Brand inspection papers will be required on market
                                                                         beef sale animals at the time of weigh-in.
Follow requirements in project book with these additions:            11. Animals will not be allowed to sell if any of the
1. All exhibitors need to provide their own feed pans and                following conditions occur as determined by the judge
    water buckets.                                                       or veterinarian: the animal is unruly or unsafe; the
2. Non-market livestock project members will complete                    animal is sick, drugged, or tranquilized; the animal is a
    one record book/sheet for each specie. Market                        bull, ram, boar, stag, or pregnant female.
    livestock project members will complete one record               12. All animals sold for slaughter must meet withdrawal
    book/sheet for each specie.                                          specifications for any drug or substance administered
3. Well-fitted halters with rope ties must be used. A                    as stated by USDA, FDA or indicated on individual
    neck rope is recommended for beef.                                   label. The sale committee and the extension educator
4. Animals shown in the market class may not be shown                    will make any decisions.
    in the breeding class; animals shown in the breeding             13. No illegal drug or other off-label compound used
    class may not be shown in the market class.                          specifically to alter the physical composition of the
5. Intact males (bulls, rams, boars, etc.) will be allowed to            project animal, or drug compound that has the effect of
    show up to 1 year of age. Intact older males will not be             altering the physical composition of a project animal is
    allowed to show.                                                     permitted. Violators will be disqualified immediately
6. Rabbit project members are responsible for getting                    from the 4-H & FFA market animal projects, will
    their rabbits to the judging table. Each member must                 forfeit all premiums, will be barred from all future
    select one rabbit and participate in showmanship.                    participation in any 4-H/FFA market animal projects,
    Exhibitor must provide a mat to be used during                       and will be subject to any/all relevant criminal
    judging.                                                             prosecution.
7. Cattle and horses being transported to and from the fair          14. Members must provide a healthy animal that meets
    on any public highway should have either a brand                     market standards for consumption. If an animal or
    inspection or a trip permit in the possession of the                 carcass is deemed unfit for consumption, the member
    person in charge of transporting the animal.                         will not be paid and will be responsible for reimbursing
                                                                         buyer with money or in kind.
        MARKET ANIMAL LIVESTOCK SALE                                 15. The judge will determine if the animal meets market
                                                                         standards for sale. Judges decisions are final.
1.   Members must weigh-in according to the fair they will           16. All lambs will be slick-sheared approximately 10 days
     be showing at. All North 4-H members must weigh in                  before fair.
     at the North weigh-in. All South 4-H and all FFA                17. All animals must be clean and groomed for sale.
     members must weigh-in at the South weigh-in. No                 18. Members can sell or receive bonus money on a
     exceptions.                                                         maximum of one animal per species.
2.   4-H and FFA members can sell and participate in only            19. All 4-H/ FFA Livestock members of the same 4-H/
     one market sale and/or market competition/fair.                     FFA club must exhibit at the same fair; either in
3.   To be eligible to participate in the livestock sale,                Pocatello or Downey, not both.
     animals must have met the qualifications at livestock           20. Members may tag and weigh-in more than one animal
     weigh-ins:                                                          per species at the spring weigh-in. At the fair only one
      beef must be halter broken at weigh-in.                           animal per species may be shown in quality to be
      maximum beef weight is 950 pounds.                                eligible for the sale or bonus program. Animal must be
      maximum swine weight is 95 pounds.                                designated at fair weigh-in prior to going through the
      minimum swine weight is 35 pounds.                                ultrasound. Remaining animals will be allowed to go
      maximum sheep weight is 95 pounds.                                home immediately following weigh-in.
      minimum swine weight at fair is 220 pounds.                   21. Sale order will be determined by lottery, within ribbon
                                                                         color, after the judge places the top animals. It is a
      minimum beef weight at fair is 1050 pounds.
                                                                         member’s responsibility to notify staff of animals
      minimum sheep weight at fair is 110 pounds.
                                                                         intended for sale. (Sale order will be determined as
4.   All FFA market classes for sale will be judged with 4-
                                                                         soon as possible after show.)
     H and follow all 4-H rules.
                                                                     22. FFA members who participate in the market sale will
5.   All animals must be pre-tagged and weighed by the
                                                                         be required to show in the Fitting and Showmanship
     Market Stock Sale Committee. Individual animals
                                                                         Contest.
     must be verified with the complete name of the 4-H or
                                                                     23. A Grand Champion and Reserve Champion ribbon will
     FFA member within one week of weigh-in.
                                                                         be given to all meat animal classes, whether it is 4-H or
6.   Animals must be weighed according to the fair
                                                                         FFA. (Judges decisions are final). Grand champion
     schedule.
                                                                         and Reserve Champion animals will be required to sell.
7.   A 2% shrink will be given for all market animals on
                                                                     24. The Average Daily Gain for each animal may be
     sale weight.
                                                                         displayed for the judges' information.
8.   Animals will be allowed to weigh only one time.
                                                                     25. $20.00 per animal sold will be deducted from each
9.   If a market animal does not make weight it will be
                                                                         member's sale check to be used by the Sale Committee
     permitted to go home immediately after weigh in.

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      for promotion, buyer recognition, pictures, and other           Class XBK- Bucket Calf born between March 1, 2009 and
      Sale Committee expenses.                                        May 2, 2009. Not eligible to go to EISF
26.   Market stock sale checks will not be mailed before                                      SHEEP     U




      October 1 and then not until buyers have paid in full
      and stamped thank-you letters to buyers have been               Fitting and Showmanship
      delivered by members to the sale committee.                     Class XSA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship
27.   Buyers must pay immediately following the sale.                 Class XSB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship
      Buyers should pay the sale secretary only -- no checks          Class XSC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship
      to members, member's families or clubs.                         Quality
28.   All market sale animals must have a checkout form               Class XSD - Market lambs (sale)
      with two signatures designated by sale management               Class XSE - Ewe lambs born after Sept. 1, 2008.
      before the animal can leave the fairgrounds.                    Class XSF - Yearling ewes born between Sept. 1, 2007 and
29.   All market animals (beef, sheep and swine) at the                           Sept. 1, 2008
      South Fair will be required to utilize the ultrasound           Class XSG - Aged Ewes born before Sept. 1, 2007.
      technology as part of the evaluation of their animal at         Class XSH - Ram lambs born after March 1, 2009.
      the fair. This information will be provided to the judge        Class XSI - Ram lambs born between Sept. 1, 2008and
      for use at their discretion.                                                Feb. 28, 2009.
30.   Members are strongly encouraged to utilize the                  Class XSJ - Junior Flock, 2 breeding ewes any age and 1
      ultrasound technology for education and project                             ram under 1year of age.
      evaluation.
31.   Any market animal at either fair receiving a white                                             29B29BUSWINE
      ribbon will not sell or receive bonus money.
32.   Division of classes according to breed and selection of         Fitting and Showmanship
      champions will be based on need (due to the number of           Class XPA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship
      animals), and the discretion of the judges.                     Class XPB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship
33.   Market Animal Sale monies collected after November              Class XPC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship
      1st of the current year will go into the general fund.          Quality
34.   All pens/stalls must be cleaned by 8:00 a.m. and kept           Class XPD - Market hogs (sale)
      clean daily during the fair. Exhibitors not in                  Class XPE - Spring gilts born between Mar. 1, 2009 &
      compliance will be assessed a $30.00 fee that will be                       May 31, 2009.
      subtracted from their sale check.                               Class XPF - Breeding gilts born between Jan. 1, 2009&
35.   All lambs intended to be exhibited must have a tail able                    Feb. 28, 2009.
      to be lifted by a pencil at the beginning county fair           Class XPG - Sows born before Dec. 31, 2008.
      weigh-in as determined by the county weigh-in                   Class XPH - Young boars born after March 1, 2009.
      committee.                                                      Class XPI - Boars born between Sept. 1, 2008 and Feb. 2,
36.   Lambs that show evidence of having prolapsed or                 2009.
      prolapsed while on the fairgrounds will be immediately                                 DAIRY COW
                                                                                           30B30BU




      removed from the fairgrounds.
                                                                      Fitting and Showmanship
               LIVESTOCK CLASSES:                                     Class XCA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship
                                                                      Class XCB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship
                            BEEF
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                                                                      Quality
Fitting and Showmanship                                               Class XCD - Junior Heifer Calf, born after March 1, 2009.
Class XBA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship                            Class XCE - Fall Heifer Calf, born between
Class XBB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship                                  December 1, 2008 and February 28, 2009.
Class XBC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship                            Class XCF - Senior Heifer Calf, born between
Quality                                                                           September 1, 2008 and November 30, 2008.
Class XBD - Market Steers (sale)                                      Class XCG - Summer Yearling, born between June 1, 2008
Class XBE - Heifer calves born between Sept. 1, 2008and                           and August 31, 2008.
March 31, 2009.                                                       Class XCH - Junior Yearling, born between March 1, 2008
Class XBF - Heifers born between March 1, 2008 and Aug.                           and May 31, 2008
31, 2009.                                                             Class XCI - Winter Senior Yearling, born between
Class XBG - Bred heifers born between Sept. 1, 2007and                            December 1, 2007and February 29, 2008.
Feb. 28, 2008.                                                        Class XCJ - Senior Yearling, born between September 1,
Class XBH - Cow/Calf pair - calf not to exceed 250 days                          2008 and November 30, 2008.
of age at fair time.                                                  Class XCK - 2 Year old cows, born between September 1,
Class XBI - Bull calves born between Sept. 1, 2008and                             2006 and August 31, 2007.
March 31, 2009.                                                       Class XCL - 3 Year old cows, born between September 1,
Class XBJ -Stocker/Feeder born by March 1, 2009.                                  2005 and August 31, 2006.
            Not eligible for EISF.
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       Class XCM - 4 Year old cows, born between                   Class XRI- Senior Doe- 8 months of age and older
               September 1,2004 and August 31, 2005.               Class XRJ- Intermediate Buck- 6 months of age and
  Class XCN - Aged Cows, born before September 1, 2005.                        under 8 months of age
  Class XCO - Dry Cows, 2 years and over.                          Class XRK- Intermediate Doe- 6 months of age and
 Class XCP - Bull Calf, born between September 1, 2008                         under 8 months of age
                          and July 1, 2009.                        Class XRL- Junior Buck -3months of age and under
Class XCQ - Junior Breeder, a combination of two animals                       6 months of age.
             owned by exhibitor with at least one bred by          Class XRM- Junior Doe- 3 months of age and under
                             exhibitor.                                         6 months of age

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  Fitting and Showmanship                                                                       DOGS
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  Class XGA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship                                 Not eligible to participate in Master Fitting
  Class XGB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship                                   and Showmanship Contest
  Class XGC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship
  Quality                                                               THERE WILL BE ONE COMBINED DOG SHOW
  Class XGD - Junior kid, from 0 to 6 months                                HELD AT THE POCATELLO FAIR.
  Class XGE - Senior kid, from 6 to 12 months                      1.    4-H Dog Show participants must comply with Rule 2
  Class XGF - Yearling, not in milk from 12 to 24 months                 (4-H Record Book and Story, Traditional 4-H).
  Class XGG - Yearling milkers                                     2.    Bitches in season (heat) may compete upon the
  Class XGH - 2 years and under 4 years, milk                            conclusion of regular judging for premium ribbons
  Class XGI - 4 years and over                                           only. Placement in class will not be given. Bitches in
                           POULTRY
                            31B31BU
                                                                         season must stay out of the judging area until called.
            Not eligible to go to EISF or participate                    All female dogs will be examined prior to competition.
            in Master Fitting and Showing Contest.                 3.    One dog cannot be taken in two phases. Two people
                                                                         cannot show the same dog.
   Fitting and Showmanship
  32B32BU
                                                                   4.    A member must show in showmanship. Obedience is
  Class XFA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship                             optional for the first year dog handler.
  Class XFB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship                 5.    A handler must not carry or offer food in the obedience
  Class XFC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship                             ring. Small bits of food permissible in fitting and
   Quality
  33B33BU
                                                                         showing.
  Class XFD - Fryers, pen of four birds, either sex                6.    All dogs must be brought into the ring and taken out of
  Class XFE - Pullets, pen of three                                      the ring on a leash.
  Class XFF - Laying hens, pen of three                            7.    In obedience classes, dogs must be shown with a well-
  Class XFG - Two turkeys, can be of either sex                          fitting collar of leather, nylon or chain. The leash
  Class XFH - Ducks, one drake and one duck                              should be leather or web, 5 to 6 feet long. CHAIN
  Class XFI - Goose, one goose and one gander                            LEASHES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. For
  Class XFJ- Three market goslings (7 to 8 weeks old)                    Showmanship, a standard showmanship leash should
  Class XFK- Three market ducklings (7 to 8 weeks old)                   be used. Fancy collars, spiked collars, or other training
  Class XFL- Pigeon 1st year: exhibit two breeding pairs of              collars are not permitted.
              the same breed and variety                           8.    Physical or verbal discipline of all dogs shall not be
  Class XFM- Pigeon 2nd year: exhibit four breeding pairs                permitted, except in case of attack on a person or
              together with production records for 6 months              another dog.
                                                                   9.    Obedience classes will show in the following order:
                          RABBITS                                        Phase VII, Phase VI; Phase V; Phase IV; Phase III;
              Not eligible to participate in Master                      Phase II; Phase I, Class B and Class A.
              Fitting and Showmanship Contest                      10.   Fitting and Showmanship classes will be shown in the
                                                                         following order: Junior Division - Novice; Junior
   Fitting and Showmanship
  34B34BU
                                                                         Division - Open; Intermediate Division - Novice;
  Class XRA - Senior Fitting and Showmanship                             Intermediate Division - Open; Senior Division -
  Class XRB - Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship                       Novice; Senior Division - Open; Advanced Open class.
  Class XRC - Junior Fitting and Showmanship                       11.   Delay in following a judge's order to give a command
   Quality
  35B35BU
                                                                         or signal must be penalized, unless the delay is because
  Breeds under 9 pounds minimum senior ideal weight                      of some distraction or interference.
  Class XRD – Senior Buck- 6 months of age and older               12.   Leash patterns will follow the instructions described by
  Class XRE – Senior Doe – 6months of age and older                      the judge. The judge will be informed of county
  Class XRF – Junior Buck- under 6 months of age                         training procedures.
  Class XRG – Junior Doe – under 6 months of age                   13.   Any 4-H member who cannot control their dog in the
  Breeds having 9 pounds minimum senior weight                           group exercises will be excused from these classes.
  Class XRH- Senior Buck- 8 months of age and older
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14. Any dog being shown must have been vaccinated for
    the following: rabies, distemper, leptospirosis,                           PHASE IV - GRADUATE NOVICE - ON AND OFF LEASH
    hepatitis, parainfluenza, kennel cough and parvo.                                       PLUS DROP ON RECALL
    Exhibitor must provide proof of vaccination with
           U
                                                                                       (Must have received a blue ribbon the previous
    preregistration form prior to fair .         U
                                                                                                       year in Novice.)
15. Ribbons will be awarded on the basis of points earned.                1.         Heel on leash
16. Dogs with AKC obedience degrees must enter phase                      2.         Stand for exam (off leash; handler 6’ out)
    equal to highest AKC degree.                                          3.         Heel free and figure 8 (off leash)
17. If necessary, questions arising in regard to conduct of               4.         Drop on recall (off leash)
    the show will be referred to the extension educator in
                                                                          Group Exercises
    charge who may confer with the members and/or 4-H
                                                                          5. Sit stay (3 min., with handler out of sight)
    leaders involved.
                                                                          6. Down stay (5 min. with handler out of sight)
PHASE I - BEGINNER-CLASS A - ALL ON 6’ LEASH.
               (For 1st year members with 1st year dogs only)                       PHASE V - OPEN - EVERYTHING DONE OFF LEASH.
                                                                            (For all 4-H members and dogs who have qualified from
1.         Heel on leash, right, left, about-turns, figure eight,                             Graduate Novice.)
           change of pace, automatic sits.                                1. Heel free and figure 8
2.         Stand for examination                                          2. Drop on recall
3.         Recall                                                         3. Retrieve on flat
                                                                          4. Retrieve over high jump
 Group Exercises
37B37BU
                                                                          5. Broad jump
4. To sit in place - 1 minute
5. Stay in place down - 3 minutes                                          Group Exercises
                                                                          41B41BU




                                                                          6. Handler out of sight on 3 minute sit
PHASE I - BEGINNER - CLASS B – ALL ON 6’ LEASH.                           7. Handler out of sight 5 minute down
           (For experienced 4-H members or experienced dogs.
           Experienced means the member has shown a dog or                            HASE VI - PRE- UTILITY - EVERYTHING DONE
                   the dog has been shown previously.)                                                OFF LEASH
                                                                                       (For 4-H members with a dog that qualified in
1.         Heel on leash, right, left, about-turns, figure eights,                                      Open Phase V)
           change of pace, automatic sits.                                1.         Signal exercise
2.         Stand for examination                                          2.         Directed retrieve (two gloves)
3.         Recall                                                         3.         Direct jump - not go out

 Group exercises
38B38BU                                                                    Group Exercises
                                                                          42B42BU




4. To sit in place - 1 minute                                             4. Walking stand with exam
5. Stay in place down - 3 minutes
                                                                              PHASE VII - UTILITY - EVERYTHING DONE
 PHASE II - GRADUATE BEGINNER - ON AND OFF                                                     OFF LEASH
                         LEASH.                                            (For 4-H members with a dog that qualified in Pre-Utility,
  (For 4-H members who have received a blue ribbon the                                           Phase VI)
             previous 4-H year in Beginners.)                             1. Signal exercise
1. Heel on leash                                                          2. Scent discrimination (leather)
2. Stand for examination (off leash; handler 6’ out)                      3. Scent discrimination (metal)
3. Recall (off leash, handler 10’ out)                                    4. Directed Retrieve
 Group Exercises
39B39BU

                                                                          5. Directed jumping
4. Sit Stay - 1 minute; off leash; handler 10’ out
5. Down stay - 3 minutes, off leash, handler 10’ out                       Group Exercise
                                                                          43B43BU




                                                                          6. Walking stand with exam
           PHASE III - NOVICE - ON AND OFF 6’ LEASH
          (For 4-H members who have received a blue ribbon the             SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                          44B44BU




                  previous year in Graduate Beginners.)                   Class 1 Senior Fitting and Showmanship
                                                                          XDA Novice-First year project
1.         Heel on leash and figure eights on leash                       XDB Open-Second year project and up
2.         Stand for examination (off leash, handler 6’ out)              XDC Advanced Open class
3.         Heel free (off leash)                                          Class 2 Intermediate Fitting and Showmanship
4.         Recall (off leash; handler 30’ out)                            XDD Novice-First year project
                                                                          XDE Open-Second year project and up
 Group Exercises
40B40BU



                                                                          Class 3 Junior Fitting and Showmanship
5. Sit stay (l minute; off leash; handler 30’ out)                        XDF Novice-First year project
6. Down stay (3 minutes; off leash; handler 30’ out)                      XDG Open-Second year project and up

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        AV Center, Inc.                  Invisible Fence              Ridley’s
     Alta Animal Hospital                 J. C. Penney           Roto Rooter Sewer
   Aslett’s Cleaning Center           Jack’s Tire & Oil Inc            Sizzler
        B Bar B Leather                 Kruse Insurance               Skippers
          Burger King                        Maverik                   Sonic
    Carlsen’s Repair Shop                 Meadow Gold                Taco Bell
         Checker Auto                    Norco Medical              Taco John’s
            Chili’s                        Paw-Rrific             The Fabric Place
      Denny’s Restaurant           Perkins Family Restaurants     The Meat Shop
Doug’s Fireplace Sales & Service            Pine Bowl           Tough Guy Bowling
   Eastern Idaho State Fair              Power’s Candy                Vickers
        Flower’s by LD                   Quizno’s Subs                 WinCo
         Golden Corral                     Red Lobster               Winger’s
  Grease Monkey Laser Wash                Reel Theatre           Yellowstone Glass



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