Floral Hall entries are open to Edwards County residents only. Exhibitors may have 2 entries in each class number. Exhibitors will be responsible for placing their name tags on each entry. All articles must be entered by times listed and will be displayed through to fair week and must be picked up on Saturday morning at the end of the fair from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. at which time any money you are due may be claimed. Check class for any specific rules or regulations.

Premiums for Floral Hall (amounts offered listed in each department)
Entry Fee Per Entry:$10.00 Maintenance Fee: $10.00

Premiums paid according to available state funding as follows: 1st-$30.00 2nd-$28.00 3rd-$24.00 4th-$22.00 (unless noted)

**Entries in floral must be clean, current, and healthy. No article previously entered will be judged.**

-Class J,K,M,N- Entries close at 6 p.m. Monday evening.
-Class L: Flowers must be entered by 12 Noon Monday. Judging will be at 1:30 Monday afternoon.
-Class O(Culinary and Pantry & JR Domestic baked goods): Baked goods are to be taken to the exhibition building and entered by 12 noon. Entries will become property of the Edwards County Fair Association. They will be judged Monday afternoon and then auctioned in the exhibition building at 5 p.m. Monday evening. Proceeds from the auction will be used for the Edwards County Senior Citizens Center. Names of entries placing (1st-4th) will be displayed in the floral hall during the fair. Please have all entries placed in zip-lock bags.

Floral Hall Times:
-Entries taken Monday, check times and locations for entries.
-Tuesday: All entries not already judged on Monday will be judged. Floral Hall will be closed until all judging and placing are finished. All attempts will be made to open for viewing by 6 p.m.
-Wednesday-Friday: Floral Hall open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
-Saturday: Pick up from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Entry Form

Class J - Farm Products

Judging 8:00 a.m. Tuesday.

Amount Offered: $2,610.00        Entry Fee: $10.00        Maintenance Fee per entry: $10.00

Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as follows:

1st - $30.00        2nd - $28.00        3rd - $24.00        4th - $22.00       

    FARM PRODUCTS
      2000 – ½ gallon of legume seed
      2001 – ½ gallon of Timothy or Fescue seed
      2002 – ½ gallon of soybeans, any variety
      2003 – ½ gallon of wheat
      2004 –
      2005 – ½ gallon of shelled corn
      2006 – ½ gallon of sorghum
      2007 – Display of 6 ears of hybrid corn
      2008 – Display of 6 ears of popcorn
      2009 – Display of 6 ears of sweet corn
      2011 – Best developed stalk of corn
      2013 – Biggest sunflower head (display head only)
      2014 – Flake of wheat
      2015 –
      2016 – Bundle or flake of legume hay
      2017 – Bundle or flake of soybeans
      2018 – Peanut plant
      2019 – Gallon of potatoes, red
      2020 – Gallon of potatoes, white
      2021 – 6 largest potatoes
      2022 – Gallon of sweet potatoes
      2023 – ½ gallon of onions
      2024 – ½ gallon of lima beans
      2025 – ½ gallon of green beans
      2026 – Six carrots
      2027 – Odd or Unusual
      2028 – Display of pumpkins (2)
      2029 – Six table beets
      2030 – Display of squashes
      2031 – Display of gourds
      2032 – Watermelon
      2033 – Display of muskmelons
      2034 – Display of herbs
      2035 – One head of cabbage
      2036 – Display of pickling cucumbers
      2037 – Display of sweet peppers
      2038 – Display of hot peppers
      2039 – Display of zucchini
      2040 – Display of eggplant
      2041 – Plate of yellow tomatoes
      2042 – Plate of red tomatoes
      2043 – Display of tomatoes
      2044 – 1 dozen of white eggs
      2045 – 1 dozen of non-white eggs
      2046 – Unusual plant
      2047 – Unusual grain
      2048 – Unusual vegetable
      2049 – Display of Indian corn
      2050 – Display of okra


Entry fee: $10.00        Maintenance Fee per entry: $20.00

Premium will be divided as follows:

1st – $55.00        2nd – $48.00        3rd – $40.00        4th – $32.00

      2054 – Best display of garden vegetables up to 37 lbs.


Class K - Fruits

Judging 8:00 a.m. Tuesday.

Amount Offered: $855.00        Entry Fee: $10.00        Maintenance Fee per entry: $10.00

Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as:

1st - $30.00        2nd - $28.00        3rd - $24.00        4th - $22.00

    FRUITS
      2100 – Plate of 5 peaches
      2101 – Plate of 5 pears
      2102 – Bowl of gooseberries
      2103 – Plate of quinces
      2104 – Plate of plums
      2105 – Pint of 5 red apples
      2106 – Plate of 5 yellow apples
      2107 – Plate of 5 apples any variety
      2108 – Bowl of grapes
      2109 – Best display of fruit
    DISPLAYS – Not less than 5 or more than 10 in each.
Class L - Flowers

Judging 1:30 a.m. Monday.

Amount Offered: $2,520.00        Entry Fee: $10.00        Maintenance Fee per entry: $10.00

Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as follows:

1st - $30.00        2nd - $28.00        3rd - $24.00        4th - $22.00
All plants and flowers to be shown by exhibitor must be healthy and in first class condition. No entries over 6 ft. tall.

    FRUITS POTTED PLANTS
      2200 – Boston Fern
      2201 – African violet
      2202 – African violet in bloom
      2203 – Asparagus fern (any kind)
      2204 – Impatient
      2205 – Large leaf begonia
      2206 – Small leaf begonia
      2207 – Best rubber plant
      2208 – Single specimen coleus
      2209 – Petunia
      2210 – Geranium (any color)
      2211 – Hanging Basket or Plants (in bloom)
      2212 – Pot of mixed plants or flowers
      2213 – Lantana
      2214 – Fancy leaf caladium
      2215 – Hanging Basket or Plants (not in bloom)
      2216 – Ornamental plant (any kind)
      2217 – Odd or unusual plant
      2218 – Foliage plant
      2219 – Smooth cactus
    CUT FLOWERS
      2250 – Roses
      2251 – Bouquet of Black-eyed Susans
      2252 – Bouquet of Cornflower
      2253 – Bouquet of Sunflowers (5 or more)
      2254 – Bouquet of Sunflowers (4 or less)
      2255 – Bouquet of small Zinnias (8 or more)
      2256 – Marigolds, large flowered African
      2257 – Bouquet of small Marigold (7 or less)
      2258 – Cockscombs
      2259 – Gladioli, mixed
      2260 – Gladioli, any one color
      2261 – Bouquet of large Zinnias (8 or more)
      2262 – Dianthus pinks
      2263 – Snapdragons, mixed
      2264 – Snapdragons, any one color
      2265 – Bouquet of large Zinnias (7 or less)
      2266 – Bouquet of small Zinnias (7 or less)
      2267 – Old fashioned bouquet (8 or more)
      2268 – Bouquet of small Marigolds (8 or more)
      2269 – Gaillardias
      2270 – Pansies
      2271 – Best specimen of Phlox
      2272 – Verbenas
      2273 – Cosmos
      2274 – Basket mixed flowers
      2275 – Floral arrangement
      2276 – Old fashioned bouquet (7 or less)
      2277 – Bouquet of yellow flowers
      2278 – Bouquet of Lilies
      2279 – Arrangement of Crape Myrtle
      2280 – Cannas
      2281 – Bouquet in a Child’s Beach Bucket
      2282 – Best bouquet of Daisies
      2283 – Best bouquet of Mums
      2284 – “Fun at the Fair” bouquet with Fair Memorabilia used as accent.
Class M - Textiles and Art

Judging Tuesday.

 

EXCEPT Quilts and Afghans on which premiums will be divided as follows:

1st - $55.00        2nd - $48.00        3rd - $40.00        4th - $37.00

Entry Fee: $10.00        Maintenance Fee per entry: $20.00
Every exhibitor must put entry tag on his or her own work.
Entries closed at 6:00 p.m. Monday and work must be in place at same time.
SPECIAL NOTE: No article having been shown at a previous Edwards County Fair will be eligible to compete in this department.
Articles must be exhibitor’s own work.
No article can be entered in more that one class.
Articles must be finished.
Consult your superintendent before leaving article.

    WHITE EMBROIDERY
      2300 – Best specimen of any kind
    COLORED EMBROIDERY
      2310 – Best specimen of any kind
    DOOR DECORATIONS
      2320 – Wreath
      2321 – Any Holiday wreath (Valentine, Easter, Christmas, etc.)
      2322 – Any other door decoration
      2323 – Swag
    CROSS STITCH
      2325 – Best specimen of any kind
    CROCHETING
      2330 – Best specimen of any kind
      2331 – Afghan (baby, solid color)
      2332 – Afghan (baby, multicolor)
    TATTING
      2335 – Best specimen of any kind
    KNITTING
      2337 – Best specimen of any kind
    PILLOWS
      2350 – Quilted, on pillow
      2351 – Embroidered on pillow
      2352 -– Pillow of any company
    SWEDISH WEAVING
      2355 – Best specimen of any kind
    PHOTOGRAPHY
    Enter photo mounted on white poster board with at least a 1” margin and no more than 2” margin. NO 3½” x 5” and no larger than 5” x 7”. Only 3 photos per entry on poster board. Only amateur photographers permitted to enter.
      2360 – Farm scene
      2361 – Nature
      2362 – Landscape - scenic
      2363 – Animals
      2364 – Floral
      2365 - Sunrise/Sunset
      2366 – Action
      2367 – Snowscape
      2368 - Black & White (pictures may be of any of the above categories)
    QUILTS and OTHER QUILTED ITEMS
      2400 – Made by lady over 70
      2401 - Made by lady under 30
      2402 – Scrap (must include 20 different prints)
      2403 – Appliqued
      2404 – Embroidered
      2405 – Hand quilted
      2406 – Hand pieced
      2407 – Original design
      2408 - Color blending
      2409 – Embroidered baby quilt
      2410 - Appliqueed baby quilt
      2411 – Hand pieced baby quilt
      2412 – Quilted wall hanging, appliqued
      2413 – Quilted wall hanging, pieced
      2414 – Quilted table runner
      2415 - Any other quilted article
    AFGHANS

      2417 – Crocheted
      2418 – Most practical
      2419 – Color blending

       

        MISCELLANEOUS
          2420 – Handmade rug of any kind
          2421 - Garment of any kink
          2422 – Novelty painting of any kind
          2423 – Weaving of any kind
          2424 – Specimen leathercraft
          2425 – Watercolor painting picture (freehand) framed * see note below
          2426 – Oil painting picture (freehand) framed* see note below
          2427 – Most useful article made from discarded material
          2428 – Jewelry of any kind
          2429 – Special freehand drawing (pencil, ink, charcoal, etc)
          2430 – Miscellaneous handwork
          2431 – Specimen hand carving
          2432 – Specimen large woodworking
          2433 – Specimen small woodworking
          2434 – Specimen hand metalwork
          2435 – Specimen hand ceramics of any kind
          2436 – Rubber stamping (scrapbook, cards, etc.)
          2437 – Article of any kind that best represents the Fair theme.
        *All pictures must be wired for hanging.

       

Class N - Education and Natural History

Amount Offered: $1,692.50

Premiums will be paid according to availability of State funding as follows:

1st - $2.00        2nd - $1.50        3rd - $1.00        4th - $.50

    ENTRY NUMBERS
      721 – Albion Grade School
      723 – West Salem Grade School
      724 – Edwards County Senior High
    RULES
      No entry fee will be charged.
      Specimens should be collected from regular classroom work of students during the current school year.
      Specimens must be labeled with item’s number as found on list, also with the number assigned to the school.
      All specimens, except perishables, must be ready at the close of school. All entries must be at Albion Grade School not later than Monday of the week before fair week.
      Specimens will be entered in the name of the school. No more than two entries in any category will be accepted from one classroom.
      No specimen may be entered under more than one number.
      Maps, drawings, etc. under any item, will not be accepted unless mounted on a single back sheet.
      Entries will be judge by grades.
      The Fair exhibit is designed to show development of children’s creative abilities by giving opportunity for them to express their own ideas. Freehand work will be given first consideration by judges.
    DRAWING AND ART
      2500 – Photography display, minimum 4 mounted pictures. Grades 4 and 5.
      2501 – Splatter painting, Grade 1
      2502 – Splatter painting, Grade 2
      2503 – Splatter painting, Grade 3
      2504 – Splatter painting, Grade 4
      2505 – Splatter painting, Grade 5
      2506 – Sand painting, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2507 – Finger painting, Grades 1 and 2
      2508 – Finger painting, Grades 3 and 4
      2509 – Crayon drawing, 4 mounted, Grade 1
      2510 – Crayon drawing, 4 mounted, Grade 2
      2511 – Crayon drawing, 4 mounted, Grade 3
      2512 – Crayon drawing, 4 mounted, Grade 4
      2513 – Watercolor, Grade 1
      2514 – Watercolor, Grade 2
      2515 – Watercolor, Grade 3
      2516 – Watercolor, Grade 4
      2517 – Watercolor, Grade 5
      2518 – Watercolor, 4 mounted, Grade 5
      2519 – Watercolor, 4 mounted, Grade 6
      2520 – Watercolor, 4 mounted, Grade 7
      2521 – Watercolor, 4 mounted, Grade 8
      2522 – Crayon or Magic Markers, 4 mounted, Grade 5
      2523 – Crayon or Magic Markers, 4 mounted, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2524 – Tempera paint, posters, Grades 5 and 6
      2525 – Tempera paint, posters, Grades 6 and 7
      2526 – Collage, Grade 1
      2527 – Collage, Grade 2
      2528 – Collage, Grade 3
      2529 – Collage, Grade 4
      2530 – Collage, Grade 5
      2531 – Collage, Grade 6
      2532 – Collage, Grade 7
      2533 – Collage, Grade 8
      2534 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 1
      2535 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 2
      2536 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 3
      2537 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 4
      2538 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 5
      2539 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 6
      2540 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 7
      2541 – Freehand drawings, 4 mounted, Grade 8
      2542 – Paper tearing and cutting display, Grade 1
      2543 – Paper tearing and cutting display, Grade 2
      2544 – Paper tearing and cutting display, Grade 3
      2545 – Paper cutting display, Grades 4 and 5
      2546 – Crayons etching, Grades 3 and 4
      2547 – Crayons etching, Grades 5 and 6
      2548 – Posters, crayons or chalk, Grades 5 and 6
      2549 – Posters, crayons or chalk, Grades 7 and 8
      2550 – Math art, Grade 1
      2551 – Math art, Grade 2
      2552 – Math art, Grade 3
      2553 – Math art, Grade 4
      2554 – Math art, Grade 5
      2555 – Math art, Grade 6
      2556 – Math art, Grade 7
      2557 – Math art, Grade 8
      2558 – String art, Grade 4
      2559 – String art, Grade 5
      2560 – Social studies, booklet or exhibit, Grade 3
      2561 – Social studies, booklet or exhibit, Grade 4
      2562 – Social studies, booklet or exhibit, Grade 5
      2563 – Product map, Illinois
      2564 – Product map, United States
      2565 – Product map, any continent
      2566 – Political map, any continent, Grade 5
      2567 – Physical map, any continent, Grade 5
      2568 – Map, Edwards County
      2569 – Poster, Lincoln, Grades 3 and 4
      2570 – Poster, Lincoln, Grades 5 and 6
      2571 – Poster, Washington, Grades 3 and 4
      2572 – Poster, Washington, Grades 5 and 6
      2573 – Display, early period, any country
      2574 – Indian display
    SCIENCE
      2575 – Science exhibit, booklet, display or drawing, Grade 2
      2576 – Science exhibit, booklet, display or drawing, Grade 3
      2577 – Science exhibit, booklet, display or drawing, Grade 4
      2578 – Science exhibit, booklet, display or drawing, Grade 5
      2579 – Science and/or health exhibit, booklet, or drawing or display, Grade 7
      2580 – Science and/or health exhibit, booklet, or drawing or display, Grade 8
      2581 – Nature study, exhibit or booklet, Grades 3 and 4
      2582 – Nature study, exhibit or booklet, Grades 5 and 6
      2583 – Bird booklet, Grades 3 and 4
      2584 – Bird booklet, Grades 5 and 6
      2585 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 3
      2586 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 4
      2587 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 5
      2588 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 6
      2589 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 7
      2590 – Science collection, seeds, bugs or leaves, Grade 8
      2591 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 1
      2592 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 2
      2593 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 3
      2594 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 4
      2595 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 5
      2596 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 6
      2597 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 7
      2598 – Miscellaneous science, Grade 8
    MISCELLANEOUS
      2605 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 1
      2606 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 2
      2607 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 3
      2608 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 4
      2609 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 5
      2610 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 6
      2611 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 7
      2612 – Miscellaneous art, Grade 8
      2613 – Booklet or drawings, Grade 3
      2614 – Booklet or drawings Grade 4
      2615 – Booklet or drawings, Grade 5
      2616 – Booklet, complete unit of work, Grades 5 and 6
      2617 – Booklet, complete unit of work, Grades 7 and 8
      2618 – Circus book, County fair, Our town, Grade 3
      2619 – Biographical notebook, Grades 5 and 6
      2620 – Booklet of literary gems
      2621 – Illustrated song, Grades 3 and 4
      2622 – Illustrated song, Grades 5 and 6
      2623 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 3
      2624 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 4
      2625 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 5
      2626 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 6
      2627 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 7
      2628 – Illustrated short story/theme, Grade 8
      2629 – Paper bag or paper plate crafts, Grade 1
      2630 – Paper bag or paper plate crafts, Grade 2
      2631 – Paper bag or paper plate crafts, Grade 3
      2632 – Tissue art, Grade 1
      2633 – Tissue art, Grade 2
      2634 – Tissue art, Grade 3
      2635 – Tissue art, Grade 4
      2636 – Tissue art, Grade 5
      2637 – Tissue art, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2638 – Teacher’s choice, Grade 1
      2639 – Teacher’s choice, Grade 2
      2640 – Teacher’s choice, Grade 3
      2641 – Teacher’s choice, Grade 4
      2642 – Teacher’s choice, Grade 5
      2643 – Teacher’s choice, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2644 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 1
      2645 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 2
      2646 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 3
      2647 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 4
      2648 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 5
      2649 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 6
      2650 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 7
      2651 – Miscellaneous social studies, Grade 8
    HANDWORK
      2659 – Wood burning, Grades 3 and 4
      2660 – Wood burning, Grades 5 and 6
      2661 – Wood work, Grades 4 and 5
      2662 – Shop work, Grades 7 and 8
      2663 – Clay model (clay that dries & holds form), Grade 5
      2664 – Clay model (clay that dries & holds form), Grades 6, 7, & 8
      2665 – Paper maché, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2666 – Tabletop models, Grades 3 and 4
      2667 – Tabletop models, Grades 5 and 6
      2668 – Tabletop models, Grades 7 and 8
      2669 – Illustrated language story, Grade 3
      2670 – Illustrated language story, Grade 4
      2671 – Illustrated language story, Grade 5
      2672 – Bird box
      2673 – Miscellaneous sculpture, Grade 7
      2674 – Miscellaneous sculpture, Grade 8
      2675 – Mechanical drawing
      2676 – Leathercraft, Grades 5 and 6
      2677 – Printing, Grades 5 and 6
      2678 – Animal sketches, Grade 6, 7, and 8
      2679 – Figure sketches, Grades 6, 7 and 8
      2680 – Miscellaneous sketches, Grades 6, 7, and 8
      2681 – Poster, plants useful and/or harmful to man, Grade 3
      2682 – Poster, conservation practices, Grade 4
      2683 – Essay, wildlife protection, Grade 4
    KINDERGARTEN
      2684 – Finger painting
      2685 – Crayon drawing
      2686 – Magic marker drawing
      2687 – Watercolors
      2688 – Spatter painting
      2689 – Paper plate or paper bag craft
      2690 – Tissue art
      2691 – Math art
      2692 – Miscellaneous science
      2693 – Miscellaneous social studies
    HOLIDAY ART
      2694 – Fall theme, Grade K
      2695 – Fall theme, Grade 1
      2696 – Fall theme, Grade 2
      2697 – Fall theme, Grade 3
      2698 – Fall theme, Grade 4
      2699 – Fall theme, Grade 5
      2700 – Winter theme, Grade K
      2701 – Winter theme, Grade 1
      2702 – Winter theme, Grade 2
      2703 – Winter theme, Grade 3
      2704 – Winter theme, Grade 4
      2705 – Winter theme, Grade 5
      2706 – Spring theme, Grade K
      2707 – Spring theme, Grade 1
      2708 – Spring theme, Grade 2
      2709 – Spring theme, Grade 3
      2710 – Spring theme, Grade 4
      2711 – Spring theme, Grade 5
    COMPUTER
      2712 – Computer art, Grade 3
      2713 – Computer art, Grade 4
      2714 – Computer art, Grade 5
      2715 – Computer art, Grade 6
      2716 – Computer art, Grade 7
      2717 – Computer art, Grade 8
      2718 – Computer project, Grade 3
      2718 – Computer project, Grade 4
      2720 – Computer project, Grade 5
      2721 – Computer project, Grade 6
      2722 – Computer project, Grade 7
      2723 – Computer project, Grade 8
    HIGH SCHOOL ENTRIES
      2780 – Posters
      2781 – Pastels
      2782 – Inks
      2783 – Sculpture
      2784 – Plaques
      2785 – Pottery
      2886 – Glass
      2887 – Mirror etching
      2888 – Sketching
      2889 – Portraits
      2890 – Airbrush
      2891 – Miscellaneous craft/art
    PENMANSHIP
    Use paper suitable to grade, ink for Grades 5-1. Exhibit one page per pupil. Limit from any one school, two pupils per class. Past specimens on a backing sheet of card mount.
      2803 – Grade 1
      2804 – Grade 2
      2805 – Grade 3
      2806 – Grade 4
      2807 – Grade 5
      2808 – Grade 6
      2809 – Grade 7
      2810 – Grade 8
      2811 – Grade 9
      2812 – Grade 10
      2813 – Grade 11
      2814 – Grade 12
Class O - Culinary and Pantry Stores

Judging 12 noon Monday and 8:00 a.m. Tuesday

Amount Offered: $7,020.00       

EXCEPT Displays, which premiums will be divided as follows:

1st - $55.00        2nd - $48.00        3rd - $40.00        4th - $37.00

Entry Fee: $10.00
Maintenance Fee Per Entry: $20.00

SPECIAL NOTE: The Fair Assn. requests that CAKES, PIES, CANDY, COOKIES, and BREAD ITEMS be placed in Zip-lock plastic bags.

    BAKING
      3700 – Loaf white bread
      3701 – Loaf brown bread
      3702 – Loaf raisin bread
      3703 – 3 pieces corn bread
      3704 – Loaf gingerbread (no topping)
      3705 – Loaf quick bread
      3706 – Rolls, ½ dozen
      3707 – Cinnamon rolls, ½ dozen
      3708 – Sugar cookies, ½ dozen
      3709 – Hermits, ½ dozen
      3710 – Icebox cookies, ½ dozen
      3711 – Collection of cookies
      3712 – Macaroons, ½ dozen
      3713 – Ginger snaps, ½ dozen
      3714 – Doughnuts, ½ dozen
      3715 – Doughnuts, yeast, ½ dozen
      3716 – Jelly roll
      3717 – Fruit bars, ½ dozen
      3718 – Peanut butter cookies, ½ dozen
      3719 – Oatmeal cookies, ½ dozen
      3720 – Brownies, ½ dozen
      3721 – Chocolate chip cookies, ½ dozen
      3722 – 6 cup cake, 1 layer
    CAKES
      3730 – Marble cake, 1 layer
      3731 – Display decorated cake
      3732 – Display decorated cookies
      3733 – Coconut layer cake, 1 layer
      3734 – Spice cake, 1 layer
      3735 – Upside-down pineapple cake
      3736 – Devil’s food cake, 1 layer
      3737 – Applesauce cake, 1 layer
      3738 – Cocoa angel food cake
      3739 – Angel food cake
      3740 – German Chocolate cake, 1 layer
      3741 – Chiffon cake
      3742 – Banana cake, 1 layer
      3743 – Red velvet cake, 1 layer
      3744 – Carrot cake, 1 layer
      3745 – Raw apple cake, 1 layer
      3746 – Nut cake, 1 layer
    PIES (9”)
      3750 – Raisin pie
      3751 – Blackberry pie
      3752 – Apple pie
      3753 – Peach pie
      3754 – Gooseberry pie
      3755 – Two crust pineapple pie
      3756 – Cherry pie
      3757 – Rhubarb pie
      3758 – Pie any other kind
    MISCELLANEOUS
      3765 – One pound homemade butter
      3766 – One pound hand soap
    CANDIES

      3770 – Peanut brittle
      3771 – Caramel with nuts
      3772 – Fudge with nuts
      3773 – Penoche
      3774 – Divinity
      3775 – Cream mints
      3776 – Puffed rice candy
      3777 – Peanut butter
      3778 – Best display candy

      (All can goods not less than one pint or more than one quart, unless otherwise noted.)
      **All canned articles MUST have jar rings for safety reasons**

        CAN FRUIT
          3793 – Fruits
          3800 – Tomato juice
          3801 – Other juice
          3802 – Best display (not less than 5 varieties)
        CAN VEGETABLES, COLD PACK
          3810 – Carrots
          3811 – Tomatoes
          3812 – Corn
          3814 – Beans, any kind
          3818 – Beets
          3822 – Vegetable soup
          3824 – Best display (not less than 5 nor more than 10 varieties)
          3825 – Any other or unusual kind of canned vegetables
        CANNED MEAL
          3829 – Best display of canned meal, 1 meat, 2 vegetables and 1 fruit, a complete menu, which can be made from the contents of displayed cans, and adding bread and drink, must be attached to each entry. Judging will be on entries for nutritional value as well as canning qualities.
        PRESERVES
          3830 – Any preserves
          3841 – Best display (not less than 5 nor more than 10 varieties)
        JAMS AND BUTTERS
          3850 – Fruit jam
          3851 – Butter jam
          3852 – Fruit marmalade or honey
          3853 – Best display (not less than 5 nor more than 10 varieties)
        PICKLES AND RELISHES
          3882 – Dill pickle
          3883 – Sweet pickle
          3890 – Catsup
          3891 – Hot dog relish
          3893 – Salsa
          3894 – Any other kind of pickle
Class P - Junior Domestics

Judging 12 noon Monday and 8:00 a.m. Tuesday

Amount Offered: $5,085.00       

This department is devoted to better homemaking.

ALL ARTICLES MUST BE MADE by the children themselves. Open to girls and boys (18) eighteen and under.

Cookies, cakes, yeast & quick breads & pastries should be taken to the Exhibition Bldg. by 12 noon Monday.

    Articles must be exhibitor’s own work.
    SPECIAL NOTE: The Fair Assn. requests that CAKES, PIES, CANDY, COOKIES, and BREAD ITEMS be placed in Zip-lock plastic bags.
    CLOTHING
      3900 – Skirt, blouse or apron with pockets
      3901 – School or best wear dress
      3902 – Casual suit (2-piece dress) or party dress
      3903 – Sportswear
      3904 – Miscellaneous
    HANDCRAFTS
      3910 – 3 hand made greeting cards
      3911 – Wall hanging or embroidered piece
      3912 – 1 knitted article or garment (beginning)
      3913 – 1 knitted article or garment (advanced)
      3914 – Casting
    HOME IMPROVEMENT
      3915 – Floral arrangement of any kind
      3916 – Winter arrangement
      3917 – Miscellaneous
    COOKIES
      3920 – 3 drop chocolate cookies
      3921 – 3 drop peanut butter cookies
      3922 – 3 drop oatmeal cookies
      3923 – 3 icebox or refrigerator cookies
      3924 – 3 cookie press cookies
      3925 – 3 bar cookies
      3926 – 3 brownies
      3927 – 3 chocolate chip cookies
      3928 – 3 hermit cookies
      3929 – Best cookie display
    CAKES
      3935 – 1 layer unfrosted cake (any kind)
      3936 – Angel food or sponge cake
      3937 – 1 decorated cake
    YEAST BREAD
      3945 – 1 loaf bread
      3946 – ½ Swedish tea ring or 3 sweet rolls
      3947 – 3 dinner rolls
    QUICK BREADS
      3950 – 3 biscuits
      3951 – 3 pieces of cornbread
      3952 – Loaf of bread any kind
    PASTRY
      3960 – One 5 or 6 inch pie or tart of any kind
    PRESERVATION
      3965 – 1 jar fruit
      3966 – 1 jar vegetable, pressure cooker method
      3967 – 1 glass of preserves
      3968 – 1 glass of jelly
    OUTDOOR MEALS
      3970 – Outdoor meal exhibit using nonperishable food
    TEEN TIME FOOD FARE
      3971 – One snake tray
Hobby Show

Judging Tuesday


The superintendent reserves the right to refuse any entry for display or premium, which does not reflect effort, pride and craftsmanship. Any exhibitor cannot make more than two entries under one (1) premium number.

Articles must be exhibitor’s own work and finished in the last year.

      3980 – Cartooning, sketching and drawing – 3 pictures
      3981 – Carving & casting, Ceramics, Mosaics – 1 large or 3 small articles
      3983 – Crocheting, Macrame, Stitchery, Weaving
      3984 – Leathercraft, Homemade Handbag, Handmade Jewelry
      3987 – Metal work or electrical project
      3988 - Recycled project
      3991 – Other arts and crafts
      3992 – Bird house or feeder, conservation exhibit; Entomology – 10 insects or more;
      Forestry – wood & leaves or 10 or more trees or picture study; Geology – rock collection
      3993 - Entomology (10 insects or more) or Geology (rock collection)
      3994 - Informational Poster Display
      3999 – Photography – (two) 5 x7 pictures (Animals or Plants)
      4000 - Photography - (two) 5 x7 Fair Week
      4001 - Photography - (two) 5 x7 Micellaneous
      4006 – Wood working, Handmade home furnishing articles
      4012 – Collections (Stamp, Shell, Match book, Coin, Indian relics)
      4014 - Scrapbook
      4016 – Any other miscellaneous item

HOBBY SHOW (Age 13 and under)

      4031 – Cartooning – 3 pictures
      4032 – Carving & Casting, Ceramics, Mosaics – 1 large or 3 small articles
      4034 – Crocheting or Macrame – 1 article
      4035 – Leathercraft, or metal craft
      4036 – Nature craft
      4038 – Printing
      4039 - Cursive
      4040 – Painting
      4041 – Sketching & drawing – 3 sketches or drawing
      4042 – Stitchery
      4043 – Weaving
      4044 – Others – miscellaneous arts and crafts
      4045 – Metal craft
      4046 – Homemade game or toy
      4047 – Conservation exhibit
      4048 – Entomology – 10 insects or more or poster & insects display
      4049 – Electrical project
      4051 – Geology – rock collection
      4052 – Photography – framed or mounted maximum of 10 photos or 1 poster board no larger that 22 x 30 inches
      4054 – Book mark
      4056 – Woodworking – 1 large or 3 small items
      4057 - Recycled Project
      4058 - Informational Poster Display
      4060 – Christmas decorations
      4061 – Collections
      4062 – Home furnishing article – handmade
      4063 – Scrap book
      4065 – Any other miscellaneous