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! Section B - The Times Leader, Thursday, August 7, 2003 DIVISION I - BAKING A. Full Size CLASS I - YEAST BREADS & ROLLS - LOT NUMBERS B. Baby !. Bread lx)af, White 16. Quilts 2. Bread l_oaf, Whole Wheat A. Full Size (at least 50% whole wheat) B. Baby 3. Bread Loaf, Cracked Wheat C. Wall Hanging 4. Brad Loaf, Rye D. Quillow 5. Bread Loaf, Mixed Grain E. Any Other Quilt 6. Bread I_oaf, Sourdough 17. Embroidery 7. Bread Loaf, Fruit , A. Dresser Scarf 8. Bread Loaf, Specialty B. Placemat 9. 4 Dinner Buns, White C. Tablecloth 10. 4 Dinner Buns, Dark D. Wall Hanging 11.4 Rolls, Parker House E. Any Other 12. 4 Rolls, Clover Leaf 18. Needlepoint 13.4 Bread Sticks. A. Wall hanging 14. 4 Rolls of Fancy Shape other than lots 11 & 12 B. Hanging Ornament CLASS II - SWEET YEAST DOUGH - LOT NUMBERS C. any Other 1.4 Rolls, Cinnamon 19. Tatting 2.4 Rolls, Caramel 20. Anything Made From Recycled Material 3.4 Rolls, Any other than lots 1 & 2 21. Original Water Color Painting 4. 4 Buns, Specialty, shaped according to 22. Original Oil Painting nature of recipe 23. Original Acrylic Painting 5. Coffee Cake, made with yeast 24. Ceramics CLASS III - Quick BREADS - LOT NUMBER 25. Christmas Corner (May include any or 1. Apple or Applesauce all of the above lots) 2. Banana 26. Any Other Craft Items 3. Date DIVISION III - FOOD PRESERVATION 4. Pumpkin May use Bali or Kerr products 5. Zucchini CLASS I - FRUIT - LOT NUMBERS 6. 4 Muffins, fruit or nut or both !. Pears 7. 4 Muffins, any other 2. Peaches, Halves CLASS IV - MACHINE MADE YEAST BREADS 3. Apricots LOT NUMBERS 4. Other Than Named Above I. White Bread Loaf CLASS II - VEGETABLES - LOT NUMBERS 2. Whole Wheat Bread Loaf I. Beans 3. Mixed Grain Bread Loaf A. Green, Cut Machine mixed, hand shaped, machine or oven baked B. Yellow, Cut 4, 4 White Dinner Buns 2. Tomatoes 5.4 Dark Dinner Buns A. Juice Pack 6. Other B. Whole CLASS V - BARS - LOT NUMBERS 3. Beets 1.4 Brownies A. Small 2.4 Granola Bars B. Large Cut 3.4 Fruit Bars 4. Other Than Named Above 4. 4 Pumpkin Bars CLASS !II - JAMS & PRESERVES - [,OT NUMBERS 5. 4 Other Bars I. Apricot Preserves CLASS VI - COOKIES - LOT NUMBERS 2. Peach Jam 1.4 Dropped Cookies 3. Raspberry Jam 2.4 Rolled Cookies 4. Grape Jam 3.4 Molded Cookies 5. Plum Jam 4. 4 Refrigerator Cookies 6. Rhubarb Jam 5. Other Cookies 7. Strawberry Jam CLASS VII - CAKES - LOT NUMBERS 8. Tomato Preserves 1. 1 Angel Food 9. Original Jam Recipe Using Two or More Fruits, 2. 1 Square or Round Cake State Kinds of Fruit on Entry Form 3. 1 Sponge Cake CLASS IV - JELLIES - LOT NUMBERS 4. 1 Jelly Roll 1. Berry, Any Kind, State Kind on Entry Form 5:1 Other Cake 2. Apple CLASS Vlll - PIES - LOT NUMBERS 3. Crabapple I. Apple 4. Chokecherry 2. Peach 5. Plum 3. Berry 6. Other Than Named Above 4. Mixed Fruit CLASS V - JuicEs - LOT NUMBERS 5. Other Fruit 1. Apple DIVISION II - NEEDLEWORK 2. Grape & CRAFTS 3. Rhubarb DIVISION II - NEEDLEWORK & CRA~['S - LOT NUMBERS 4. Berry l. Afghans 5. Tomato A. Crocheted CLASS Vl - PICKLES - LOT NUMBERS B. Knitted 1. Beet 2. Baby Afghans A. Whole A. Crocheted B. Sliced B. Knitted 2. Mock Apple Ring 3. Any Other Afghan 3. Dill 4. Baby Sweater or Sets 4. Bread & Butter A. Crocheted 5. Cucumber, Sweet B. Knitted 6. Watermelon, No Coloring 5. Crocheted Doilies 7. Pickled Vegetables, Labeled 6. Crocheted Wall Hangings 8. Other Than Named Above 7. Crocheted Tree Ornament CLASS Vll - RELISHES &: SAUCES - LOT NUMBERS 8. Any Ohter Crocheted Item 1. Corn Relish ' 9. Any Other Knitted Item 2. Hotdog Relish, State type of Vegetable 10. Crewel Embroidery 3. Salsa 1 !. Latchhook 4. Green Tomato Relish A. Wall hanging 5. Other Than Nmaed Above B. Rug CLASS Vlll - OmEn Foous - LOT NUMBERS C. Any Other ../ 1.4 Pieces of Fruit Leather, Identify Kind 12. Hardanger 2. 1/4 cup of Dried Vegetabled, A. Tablecloth Identify Kind B. Placmat 3.2 Tablespoons Herbs, Identify Kind C. Doily 4. 1/3 Cup Dried Fruit, identify Kind D. Tree Ornament 5.4 Pieces of Meat Jerky, Identify Kind E. Any Other DIVISION IV - PHOTOGRAPHY 13. Counted Cross Stitch Special Rules & Regulations for Classes I - II1 A. Framed Wall hanging 1. All photographers must be a resident of North B. Bell Pull Daktoa and an amateur photographer. C. Placemats 2. Each entry must be your own work. D. I.uncheon or Tablecloth 3. Only one entry per lot number. E. 7'rec Ornament 4. In Classes I, II and Ill all photographs must be E Sweat Shirt matted or framed and ready to hang. Note frames are G. Afghan not judged. H. quilt 5. In Classes I, I1 and II1 all pictures must be no 1. Full Size smaller than a 5" x 7" or no larger than 16" X 20". 2. Baby 6. Must fill out identification label found at back of 3. Any Other Open Class book and attach to back of picture. Not 14. Candlcwicking titles must fit lot in which they are entered. 15. Comforters CLASS I - BLACK & WHITE - LOT NUMBERS 1. People 2. Little People 3. Landscape 4. Floral 5. Animals 6. Still Lives 7. Close-Ups 8. Ameria The Beautiful 9. North Dakota, My Interpretation of What This Great State Meants to Me 10. Any Other CLASS It - COLOR - LOT NUMBERS 1. People 2. Little People 3. Landscape 4. Floral 5. Animals 6. Still Lives 7. Close-Ups 8. Ameria The Beautiful 9. North Dakota, My Interpretation of What This Great State Meants to Me 10. Any Other CLASS III - SVEClAL TECHNIQUES Multiple exposures, special filters, time lapse, etc. give brief description of technique on label. DIVISION V - FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS !. *America The Beautiful - A patricotic arrangement. 2. *School Spirit - An arrangement using school colors. 3. *War zone - An interpretive arrangement using fresh and dried plant materials. 4. Peace & Prosperity - An interpretive arrangement using fresh flowers. 5. New Beginnings - An arrangement using fresh flowers, buds and branches. 6. *Rustic hlfluence - Fresh or dried plant material, with a flea market find as part of the design. 7. *Wild West - An arrangement in a cowboy boot. 8. *Monochromatic Mood - An arrangement featuring flowers and vase of one color, with some foliage. 9. High Style - A vertical arrangement of gladioli. 10. Country Beauty - A hanging basket of mixed garden flowers and foliage. Flowers may have been planted and grown in the basket. NOTICE & YOUTH DIVISION - LOT NUMBERS I. Birthday Party'- A small centerpiece using brightly colored flowers. 2. County Fair - A centerpiece using fresh flwoers with fruit and/or vegetables. 3. Green Valleys - an all green arrangement. DIVISION VI - CUT FLOWERS LOT NUMBERS FOR ANNUALS * THREE BLOOMS REQUIRED UNLESS STATED I. Ageratum (3 stems) 2. Alyssum (3 stems) 3. Asters: A. PomPom B. Dwarf C. Giant 4. Bachelor Buttons 5. Balsam (I stem) 6. Bells of Ireland (I stem) 7. Begonia (I stems) 8. Blue Lace 9. Calendula 10. Candytuft I I. Canterbury Belss (3 stems) i 2. Canna (I stem) 13. Carantion 14. Celosia A. Plumed (I stem) B. Cockscomb (! stem) 15. Cleome (lstem) 16. Coleus (I stem) 17. Cosmos A. Regular B. Sunset 18. Dahlia (1 bloom each of each color) A. Decorative: Giant - Over 10" B. Decorative: Large (8-10") C. Decorative: Medium (6-8") D. Decorative: Small (4-6") E. Decorative: Miniature (up to 4") E Cactus (any size) G. Single H. Ball (over 2") I. PomPom (up to 2") J. Seed Dahlia K. Waterlily Dahlia 19. Daisies 20. Dianthus 21. Foxglove (I stem) 22. Geranium (I stem) 23. Gladiolus (I spike of each color) 24. Impatiens (1 stem) 25. Larkspur 26. l.,obelia 27. Marigold A. Large - Orange (1 bloom) B. Large - Yellow (1 bloom) C. Large - White (1 bloom) D. Medium - Orange (1 bloom) E. Medium - Yellow (1 bloom) E Medium - White (1 bloom) G. Small - Orange (3 blooms) H. Small - Yellow (3 blooms) I. Small - Other 28. Nasturtium 29. Nicotiana 30. Nigella 31. Pansy 32. Petunia A. Single (3 stems) B. Double (3 stems) 33. Phlox 34. Salpiglosis 35. Scabiosa 36. Snapdragon 37. Statice (t stem) 38. Stock 39. Strawflower 40. Verbena 41. Vinca 42. Zinnia A. Large (1 bloom) B. Medium (1 bloom) C. Small (3 blooms) 43. Any Other Annual LOT NUMBERS FoR PERENNIALS 44. Campanula (3 stems) 45. Chrysanthemum A. Large (1 bloom) B. Small (1 stem) 46. Clematis (1 stem) 47. Columbine (I stem) 48. Coreopsis (3 blooms) 49. Delphinium (1 stem) 50. Dianthus (3 stems) 5 i. Gallardia 5 2. Lilies (I stem) A. Day Lilies B. Tiger Lilies C. Any Other Lily 53. Lobelia 54. Sedum 55. Roses A. Hybrid Tea (1 bloom) B. Horibunda (1 stem) 56. Any Other Perennial DIVISION VII - HANGING & CONTAINERS LOT NUMBERS I. LOOKING UP- HANGING BASKETS A. Floral Arrangement B. Green Arrangement C. Mixture of Floral 2. SELF CONTAINED - CONTAINER ( 3 blooms) ] A. Up, to 11" in Size B. 11 and Over in Size DIVISIONS Vlll - HORTICULI LOT NUMBERS I. Beans, Green (3 pods) 2. Beans, Wax (3 pods) 3. Beets (3) 4. Cabbage (1 head) 5. Carrots (3) 6. Cauliflower (1 head) 7. Cucumbers A. Dill, (3) B. Small Pickling (3) C. Large Slicers (3) 8. Kohlrabi 9. Onions A. Yellow Globe, (3) B. White, (3) C. Bermudas (3) D. Red (3) 10. Peppers A. Red (3) B. Green (3) C. Yellow (3) I 1. Potatoes A. Red (3) B. White (3) C. Russet (3) Pumpkin (1) 13. Tomatoes A. Ripe (3) B. Green (3) 14. Tomatoes, Cherry (6) 15. Winter Squash, any variety (1) 16. Summer Squash, any variety (3) 17. Muskmelon (I) 18, Watermelon (I) 19. Eggplant (1) 20. Apples (3) 21. Fruit, any kind (3) 22. Corn (3 ears) 23. Novelty Class: A. Different B. Unusual Shape 24. Any Other Not Listed Above DIVISION IX - AG LOT NUMBERS !. Small Grain, Any Kind 2. Soybeans 3. Sunflowers (1 head) 4. Corn (5 years) 5. Grain Sheaves, Any Kind 6, Forage Sheaves, Any Kind * For Division and Class Rules Extention Office at Dickey County Fair Open Class Book.