Exhibitors

 
 
 

General Rules~

Updates to the information found in the catalog will be found on this webpage.

Service animals only allowed on fairgrounds by patrons.  NO PETS ON THE FAIRGROUNDS.

Upon entry of any fair contests you give permission to publish any placings received, and pictures/video/audio to be used in any marketing materials.  If you do not agree to this photo release, please stop in the main office.

Entries are limited to person or groups residing in Pennsylvania.

  1. Exhibitors may pick up entry tags for entries Saturday or Sunday when entering exhibits.  The tags must be completed by the exhibitor with the Department, Class, Lot and exhibit description, and include the exhibitors number, name and address. Tags must be attached to the exhibit and exhibits placed in the appropriate building. Exhibit entry times are Saturday 9 - 5 pm and Sunday 11 am - 5 pm. 

  2. Pre-registration is welcome but not required.  Exhibits must remain at the fair until the pickup times on Sunday and Monday after the fair.

  3. Exhibits are considered “entered” when they are placed in the buildings.

  4. Game and contest participants must register on the day of the event unless a pre-registration form is offered.

  5. All exhibits must be entered in the name of the owner or producer since last year’s fair.

  6. Exhibitors may have only one entry in a class, except livestock.

  7. The Beaver Community Fair Association takes the precaution to protect exhibits by providing watchmen at times when the buildings are open to the public. The fair, its staff, and volunteers are not responsible for items that may be damaged at the fair.

  8. Exhibits not properly entered will be re-entered and judged in the proper classes at department superintendent and judge’s discretion.

  9. Exhibitors who pre-register can request to receive exhibit tags by mail. The cost is $1.00 for every 10 tags requested.

  10. Premium books are also available by mail at the cost of $2.00 per book.

  11. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide changes to address, phone number, etc. with the fair office. It is also the exhibitors responsibility to verify their exhibitor number  for entries.

  12. Personal kitchen appliances will not be allowed in the barns during fair week without approval of the fair president.

  13. No open flames on the fairgrounds.

  14. The Fair Board reserves the right to prohibit the sale of any items at our vendor stands that are deemed unfit.

  15. Exhibit Removal times - Sunday Sept 23 - 2pm – 4pm, Monday Sept 24 - 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

 

Judging

  1. An exhibit may not be entered in the miscellaneous class if the premium list provides a class in which it can be entered.

  2. Judges place entries by merit, even where there is no competition in a class.

  3. The opinion of the judges shall be final, except in such cases where it is afterwards discovered that the entry is not according to the governing rules and regulations. In this case the management shall have the final word.

  4. The names of all exhibitors shall be concealed until the judging is finished.

  5. Only exhibits listed in the premium list will be judged.

  6. Exhibits entered with more or less specimens than required will be disqualified.  Exhibitors must check for the number of specimens needed when entries are made.

  7. Judges have the right to award an exhibit with a Best of Show Ribbon. Not all categories may receive this award.

 

Premiums

  1. No premiums are guaranteed in classes with less than three (3) entries.

  2. The judges’ book is the final say of placing. No premiums will be altered due to a sticker placing.

  3. All premium checks will be mailed and must be cashed within 90 days of the date issued.

 

General Animal Rules ~

  1. All animal shows will be considered "all natural".  Any artificial means to change the form, shape or functionality of an animal will disqualify it from competition.

  2. The PA Department of Agriculture provides Animal Health Requirements for the PA County and Community Fairs. This document can be accessed from the PA Department of Ag website, and should be referenced to ensure adherence to these requirements.

  3. 4-H and Vocational Division is open to Snyder County 4-H and FFA members only.

  4. 4-H/FFA livestock exhibitors must be taking the project during the current year and have the books evaluated or approved by the organizations advisor/educator in order to participate in 4-H/FFA related fair events.

  5. Any animal of unthrifty nature, unsuitable condition, or showing signs of sickness may be removed from the fair as deemed necessary by the Livestock Manager or Fair President.

  6. All beef, sheep, swine, and goats must arrive at the fairgrounds from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm Sunday for check in. 

  7. Dairy animals may arrive Sunday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and Monday 9:00 am to 6:30 pm for check in.

  8. Rabbits must arrive Sunday for check in and weighing 10 am – 12 pm.

  9. Poultry must arrive Sunday for check-in and weighing at 12 pm.

  10. A certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) issued within 30 days of the fair, must accompany all animals (except rabbits), and will be verified before unloading animals.  An Owner-Endorsed Poultry Health Certificate or Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health chart or CVI), must accompany all poultry.  Poultry see Dept 10 Class 80. Poultry see Dept 10 Class 80.

  11. Market animals are to be shown and presented for show/sale by the exhibitor. In case of two entries in the same class or illness of the exhibitor, another 4-H or FFA member may show the animal. Any 4-H or FFA member unable to show their animal, either at the show or sale, for any reason must submit a letter to the Livestock Manager seeking permission to have them shown by another 4-H or FFA member. An adult may not present animals entered in a youth competition to the judge.

  12. Ownership: To be eligible for competition, whether singly or in groups, animals must be bona fide property of the exhibitor by July 15 as evidenced by their registration paper issued by their US Breed Association. No photostats or other copies will be accepted. Pending transfers will not be accepted. Exhibitors are advised to keep registration certificates available at all times. 

  13. 4-H members leasing animals must have the appropriate lease paperwork completed and approved by the 4-H Educator on or before June 1.  FFA members leasing animals must have the project as part of their AET and it must be approved by the advisor. 

  14. All animals must be owned by the exhibitor unless a leased project, with required paperwork.

  15. Exhibitors and a parent/guardian are required to attend one of the following exhibitor meetings:  Sunday 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm or Monday 7:00 pm.

  16. Exhibitors staying on the grounds overnight must register at the livestock office.  Exhibitors under 18 years of age must complete a permission slip found at beaverfair.org and submit to the Livestock office.  All exhibitors must check in with the nightly chaperone at 10 pm. Only exhibitors are eligible to complete an overnight form.  Approval to stay overnight will be granted on the accessibility of chaperones.

  17. All dairy and livestock exhibitors must supply feed and bedding for their animals, as well as the needed equipment.  Care for animals must be provided daily.

  18. If your fair pen is found to be in an unacceptable condition, the Livestock Manager and Sale Manager will tie a red ribbon on your pen and you will be notified.  If after 24 hours your pen hasn’t been cleaned, you will be assessed a  $25 fee per occurrence.  When a pen is flagged the exhibitor must report to the Livestock office when cleaned.  A fair official must check the pen.  Flags may be removed by a fair official only.  At the discretion of the Livestock Manager, Fair Manager, and Fair President, pens can be sent home. 

  19. Exhibitors with animals in the swine, lamb, and goat pens will be required to clean out their pens before Sunday night.  Rabbit and Poultry exhibitors pens must be cleaned by Saturday night.  Pens not cleaned will result in a loss of premium checks.

  20. No animal shall be on the premises if it has been administered a forbidden substance in any manner. A forbidden substance is any stimulant, depressant, or local anesthetic which might affect the behavior of the animal. No drugs are permitted to be administered to any animal without permission of the department superintendent, livestock manager or an accredited veterinarian.

  21. Entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis due to limited space.  Exhibitors are asked to use sound judgment as to the number of entries because of this limited space.  Space will be allocated on a square footage per animal basis with Snyder County Youth Livestock Sale entries receiving first priority, and then in this order:  youth breeding (6 per exhibitor with a total of 12 per farm, firm or family), Open breeding (6 per exhibitor with a total of 12 per farm, firm or family), and out of county open breeding. 

  22. In the event of the death of an animal, the exhibitor must provide an autopsy by an accredited veterinarian and subsequent test to determine the cause of the animals’ death.

  23. Stall assignments will be made by the Livestock/Dairy Manager and Committee. Exhibitors and parents may request special placement, but should know this may not be possible. 

  24. No stalls will be used for tack or feed unless assigned and approved by the Fair President.

  25. All animal entry forms (copies of Official Breed Association Registration forms for all purebred, non-market animals, and entry fees, except market entries must be attached) must be filled out and mailed to Livestock Manager Carol Hoffman. Please send them to: Carol Hoffman 37 Jones Hill Road Middleburg, PA 17842 by August 1.

  26. September 1 is the final date to scratch an animal.  “No-show” animals will need a Veterinarians certificate to indicate why the animal is not being exhibited, or a $25 fee will be deducted from exhibitors premium check. 

  27. Animals must be double tied with neck chains/collars and a halter.

 

Open Youth & Adult Fun Horse Show - Department 1

Dan & Becky Bobb Phone: 570-765-1610

             

  1. All horses must be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) signed by an accredited veterinarian. The CVI must be issued within the 60 days prior to the date of arrival at the show.  Present CVI at registration.

  2. All judging decisions are final.

  3. All entries must be made at least two classes ahead.

  4. Horses showing signs of infectious or contagious diseases will not be permitted entry to the fair.

  5. There will be a $5.00 entry fee per class.

  6. All horses must stay in the designated area. Any horse exhibitors found on the mid-way with horses will forfeit any premium winnings.

  7. One rider per event.  Horses may be shared among riders per event.

Safety Rules

  1. The Horse Show Committee and/or Judge have the authority to disqualify any exhibitor for inability to control his/her horse. This is for the safety of all exhibitors.

  2. All entries shall be for a single rider only (with the exception of lead line and relay race).  No person shall be on a horse with a child, or another horse and rider combination shall not ride the pattern with the child.

  3. If your horse is known to kick, please tie a RED RIBBON in the tail to alert other riders.

  4. Riders are NOT ALLOWED to enter or leave the arena at a run in the speed events. Horses will enter the arena at a walk and the gate will be closed immediately. The gate will not be opened until the horse has stopped.

  5. Do not run your horse outside of the arena.  Horses must be ridden with a bridle and reins at all times on the Beaver Community Fair Grounds. This is for the safety of all exhibitors and spectators.

  6. NO STALLIONS shall be shown by a youth under the age of eighteen (18) in any class.

 

Equipment Rules

  1. In any class the Judge or Show Committee shall have the authority to require removal or alteration of any piece of equipment which is unsafe or which is believed to be inhumane.

  2. Hackamores, tie downs, running martingales and roping/barrel reins are prohibited in walk-trot and pleasure classes.  Crops, bats, whips, or "over and unders" are allowed in speed events only.  No bareback pads are allowed in any class.

 

Department 1

Premiums: $10  9  8  7  6

Lot#  Description

 

100    Egg & Spoon

101     Pole Bending

102     Barrel Racing

103     Flag Racing

104     Keyhole Race

105     Catalog Race
106     Break Out

 

Egg & Spoon: The rider will hold an egg in a spoon while riding his/her horse in the arena.  Rider may hold onto the egg until instructed to remove thumb from the egg.  From that point on, the rider must have his/her hand behind the black line on the spoon and may not touch the egg, hold their thumb over the egg, or hold their fingers under the bowl of the spoon. When asked to change gaits, the rider must do so immediately.

 

Pole Bending: The course contains six (6) poles set 21 feet apart. Time will begin and end as the horse crosses the timer line. An exhibitor may start either to the right or the left.  Knocking over a pole will result in a five (5) second penalty of each pole knocked down.  Failure to follow the course shall result in disqualification.

Barrel Racing: Three (3) barrels make up the course. You may start either to the right or left and run to form a cloverleaf.  Knocking over a barrel results in a five (5) second penalty for each barrel knocked down.  Failure to follow the course shall result in disqualification.

 

Flag Race: Two (2) barrels make up the course. The rider shall sprint to the first barrel, pick up the flag then sprint to the second barrel turn the barrel and sprint back to the first barrel re- placing the flag.  Missing the barrel will result in disqualification. There is a 5 second penalty for knocking over the second barrel.

 

Keyhole Race: The course will be made up of a "keyhole" drawn on the ground in white at the far end of the arena. The rider will run into the "keyhole" make a 360 degree turn, exit the key- hole, and back across the timer line.  If the horse steps on or over the line there will be no time.

 

Catalog Race: One barrel is placed at the far end of the arena with a catalog on it.  As the contestant crosses the start line, a page number is called out.  The rider rides to the barrel and tears out the page,. Dismounting is allowed, but not required. Rider  runs back across the start line.  No time for those who bring the wrong page.

 

Break & Out: This is a command class. All entrants will follow the command of the announcer.  Riders have three strides to begin the new command and must maintain that command until a new one is announced.  Failure to do so will result in being called in. When cantering/loping, a correct lead is required.

 

Open Dairy - Department 2

4-H & Vocational ˗ Department 10

Dairy and Livestock Manager - Carol Hoffman 570-374-0642

Dairy and Livestock Committee – Steve Erb, Matt Brandt, Brian Hoffman, Jennifer McWilliams, Corinda  & Andrew Snook

  1. Refer also to General Rules and Animal rules.

  2. Animals must have official ear tags or official legible breed registration tattoo.

  3. Dairy cattle entries must be mailed to Livestock Manager Carol Hoffman with a postmark of no later than August 1st. Late entries will not be accepted.

  4. A Supreme Champion Female will be selected from the Grand Champions in the open and youth show after the final open class is judged. Grand Champions will be milked before the selection of Supreme Champion.

  5. The 4-H and Vocational Division is open to Snyder County members only.

  6. The show will begin at 9:00 am and the order for 2019 will be: Holstein, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Jersey, Red & White, Guernsey, Milking Shorthorn and Lineback.

  7. Animals other than those appearing in the premium list will not be accepted. Dairy exhibits will remain in the pens or stalls until 9:00 pm on Saturday. Exhibitors will forfeit all premiums if their animals are removed prior to this time. Animals must be checked by department personnel before animal entries are unloaded or removed.

  8. Dairy animals may arrive Sunday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and Monday 9:00 am to 6:30 pm for check in.

  9. If milking cows arrive on Sunday please notify the Livestock Manager.

  10. Junior Grand and Reserve Champion, Senior Grand and Reserve Champion and Supreme Champion winning entries will receive non-monetary awards based on qualified entries to the class.

  11. The milking parlor will be open for use between the hours of 5:00-7:00 both morning and evening, with the following exceptions: Wednesday (open anytime, Please be mindful of the Beef Show exhibitors) and Thursday it will be open in the evening from 4:00-6:00 to accommodate the Livestock Sale.

Department 2

Class   Breed

1    Ayrshire         

2    Brown Swiss      

3    Guernsey                       

4    Holstein             

5    Red & White 

6    Jersey                   

7    Milking Shorthorn      

8    Lineback

 

Premiums:  $15  10  8  7  5

Lot #     Description 

 

101    Spring Calf born 3/1/19 to 5/31/19                                        

102    Winter Calf born 12/1/18 to 2/28/19

103    Fall Calf born 9/1/18 to 11/30/18

104    Summer yearling born 6/1/18-8/31/18

105    Spring yearling born 3/1/18-5/31/18

106    Winter yearling born 12/1/17-2/28/18

107    Fall yearling born 9/1/16-11/30/16

 

Premiums: $25  20  15  12  9

Lot # Description

 

109    Dry cow any age

 

Premiums:  $30  25  20  15  10

Lot # Description

 

111    Fall Yearling in Milk (9/1/17-11/30/2017)

112   Junior 2 year old (3/1/17 – 8/31/17)

113   Senior 2 year old (9/1/16 – 2/28/17)

114   3 year old (9/1/15 – 8/31/16)

115   4 year old (9/1/14 – 8/31/15)

116   5 year old (9/1/13 – 8/31/14)

117   6 year old and >(9/1/13 and older)

118   100,000 lb class verify prdctn-show this class only

119   Get of Sire: 3 female of 1 Sire, owned by 1-2 exhibitors

120   Best 3 females any age, bred & owned by exhibitor

121   Dairy Herd, 3 cows fresh, owned by exhibitor

122   Produce of Dam, 2 any age, from 1 cow, 1-2 exhibitor
123   Daughter–Dam, 2 any age, owned by 1-2 exhibitor

124   Best udder any age 1 entry per exhibitor per breed

 

Open Beef Cattle - Department 3

4-H & Vocational - Department 10

Dairy and Livestock Manager - Carol Hoffman 570-374-0642

Dairy and Livestock Committee - Steve Erb, Matt Brandt, Brian Hoffman, Jennifer McWilliams, Corinda  & Andrew Snook

 

  1. See General Animal Rules.

  2. Joint ownership is considered to be as one owner in accordance with registration papers.

  3. Grand and Reserve Champion winning entries will receive non-monetary awards based on qualified entries to the class.

 

Department 3

Class Breed

300   Angus                                                   

301   Hereford              

302   Limousin  

303   Shorthorn

304   Simmental

305   All Other Breeds – Registered

306   Commercial (4-H/Vocational and Open Youth Only, entry only in Dept. 3 or 10) 

308   Prospect Market Steer

Premiums:  $20  18  16  14  12

Lot#  Description 

 

1001  Spring Bull Calf born 3/1/19-5/31/19                                                        

1002  Junior Bull Calf born 1/1/19-2/28/19 

1003  Spring Heifer Calf born 3/1/19-5/31/19                                                              

1004  Junior Heifer Calf born 1/1/19-2/28/19

1005  Sr. Heifer Calf born 9/1/18-12/31/18

1006  Summer Yearling Heifer born 5/1/18-8/31/18

1007  Junior Yearling Heifer born 1/1/18-4/30/18

1008  Senior Yearling Heifer born 9/1/17-12/31/17

1009  2 Yr. Old  born 1/1/17-8/31/17

1010  3 Years and Older, born on or before 12/31/16

1011  Cow and Calf still nursing, born on or after 3/1/19

1014  Breeder’s Group-3 animals any age, owned by 1 exhibitor

1015  Get of Sire-3 animals any age, from one sire

1016  Produce of Dam-2 animals any age from one dam

 

Department 3

Class 307- Open Market Steers  One entry per exhibitor (Finished steer ready for market)
Premiums:  $20  18  16  14  12

Lot#  Description

 

1001    Market Steer—minimum weight of 900 lbs.

 

Department 3

Class 308 - Prospect Market Steers  One entry per exhibitor

Premiums:  $20  18  16  14  12

Lot#  Description

 

1001   Prospect Steer –maximum weight of  899 lbs.

           Weighing will take place Sunday 4pm.

 

Open Sheep - Department 4

Dairy and Livestock Manager - Carol Hoffman 570-374-0642

Dairy and Livestock Committee - Steve Erb, Matt Brandt, Brian Hoffman, Jennifer McWilliams, Corinda  & Andrew Snook

 

  1. See General Animal Rules.

  2. Joint ownership is considered to be as one (1) owner in accordance with registration papers.

  3. Purebred animals must be identified by registry name and number, corresponding to the ear tag or tattoo number.

  4. The “Certificate of Veterinary Inspection” must state that the veterinarian examined the entire flock and found no evidence of contagious or infectious disease or external parasites.  The date of examination must also appear on the certificate.  All animals from other states must be accompanied by an interstate health certificate issued by an accredited veterinarian indicating an examination for health within 30 days of show.

  5. Certification by the owner and an accredited veterinarian that the identified animal(s) is (are not) known to have been exposed to scrapie.

  6. Grand and Reserve Champion ram and ewe winning entries will receive non-monetary awards based on qualified entries to the class.

  7. In both ram lambs and ewe lambs, an exhibitor may show 2 Fall lambs and 2 Spring lambs.  However, an exhibitor may only make one entry in a pair of lambs class (i.e. 2 Fall lambs, 2 Spring lambs, or 1 Fall and 1 Spring lamb).

 

Department 4

Class Breed

401    Cheviot                                                     

402   Corriedale                               

403   Dorset        

404   Hampshire 

405   Shropshire

406   Southdown

407   Suffolk

408   Oxford 

409   Columbia 

410   Tunis

411    Polypay

Premiums:  $20  18  16  14  12

Lot # Description

 

700   Ram 1 yr. and under 2 yrs.

701    Fall Ram Lamb

702   Spring Ram Lamb

703   Pair of Ram Lambs An exhibitor may show a total of 2 ram lambs.  (i.e. 2 Fall lambs, 2 Spring lambs, or 1 Fall and 1 Spring lamb.)

706   Ewe 1 yr. and under 2 yrs.

707   Pair of Yearling Ewes

708   Fall Ewe Lamb

709   Spring Ewe Lamb

710   Pair of Ewe Lambs An exhibitor may show a total of 2 ewe lambs. (i.e. 2 Fall lambs, 2 Spring lambs, or 1 Fall and 1 Spring lamb.)

711    Pair of Ewe Lambs (owner bred)
714    Pen of Lambs (2 ram lambs and 2 ewe lambs)

715    Breeder’s Young Flock (1 ram lamb and 2 ewe lambs, all bred and owned by the exhibitor)

716    Flock (1 ram any age, 2 yearling ewes and 2 ewe lambs)

717    Get of sire (4 animals any age from one sire) lambs)

 

Eggs - Department 8

Carol and Dave Voss  570-658-2112

Department 8

Class 1 -  Eggs

Premiums $5  4  3  2  1

Lot#  Description 

 

26   Brown eggs, pullet one 1 dozen

27   White eggs, pullet one 1 dozen

28   Brown eggs, hen one 1 dozen

29   White eggs, hen one 1 dozen

30   Green eggs, hen one 1 dozen

31    Other egg 1 dozen

 

Rabbits - Department 9

Matt Shea and Kathy Shea (570-765-6676)

 

  1. See General Animal Rules.

  2. Each exhibitor may enter two (2) rabbits per breeding class.

  3. Exhibitor’s ID number will be written in the rabbit’s right ear with a marker or the animal’s tattoo will be used for identification.

  4. No litters will be accepted.

  5. This is a youth show all exhibitors must be 21 years old and under.

 

Youth Breeding Rabbits

Department 9

Class Division

 

52    Buck Breeding Rabbit           

53    Doe Breeding Rabbit

 

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot#   Description

 

1801   American Fuzzy Lop

1802   Angora (English)

1803   Angora (French)

1804   Angora (Giant)

1805   Californian

1806   Checkered Giant

1807   Chinchilla (American)

1808   Chinchilla (Giant)

1809   Chinchilla (Standard)

1810    Dutch

1811    English Spot

1812    Flemish Giant

1813   Jersey Wooly

1814   Lop (English)

1815   Lop (French)

1816   Lop (Holland)

1817   Lop (Mini)

1818   Mini Rex

1819   Netherland Dwarf

1820  New Zealand

1821   Polish

1822   Rex

1823   All Others

1824   Tan

1825   Champagne D’Argent

1826   Lionhead

1827   Silver Fox

1828   Belgian Hare

 

Youth - Department 11

Class 2-Flowers                (See department 17 for rules & regulations)

  1. Only one species per pot except in collection classes.

  2. Pots may not exceed 14” wide.

  3. Plants must be grown in said container for two months prior to fair.

 

Premiums  $2  2  1  1  1

Lot#   Description   

 

3830    Flowering plant grown by children up to 6th grade                             

3831     Flowering plant grown by children 7th -12th grade

 

Premiums  $3  2  2  1 1

Lot#   Description   

 

3832    Foliage plant grown by children up to 6th grade

3833    Foliage plant grown by children 7th - 12th grade

Note: Only one 1 species per pot except in collection classes. Pots may not exceed 14” in width. Plants must be grown in said container for two (2) months prior to the fair.

 

Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot#  Description

 

3834   Arrangement by child up to 6th grade

3835   Arrangement by child 7th -12th grade

 

Department 11

Class 3-Sewing     (See department 18 for rules)

Premiums  $3  1

Lot# Description

 

2600   Pillow

2601   Travel Kit

2602   Beach Wrap-up

2603   Draft Dodger

2604   Gym Bag

2605   Elastic/Drawstring, waisted Shorts/Skirt

2606   Simple Pullover Top or Shirt

2607   Tote Bag

2608   Multipurpose Apron

2609   Simple Sleepwear

2610   Shorts or Skirt w/ set-on waistband

2611   Fabric Square wall hanging or pillow

2612   Travel Case

2613   Stuff Sack

2614   Multipurpose Apron

2615   Tabard (Vest with Ties)

2616   Nightie

 

Premiums  $3  1

Lot# Description

 

2617   Vest

2618   Top or Dashike

2619   Gathered skirt

2620   Patchwork Skirt

2621   T-shirt

2622   Pants, Drawstring or Elastic

2623  Top, Kimono or Raglan Sleeves (collarless or sleeveless)

2624   Simple Dress  Kimono or Raglan Sleeves (collarless or sleeveless)

2625   Jumper or Sundress

2626   Robe

2627   Pants & Top (w/o set-in sleeves)

2628   Jumpsuit (w/o set-in sleeves)

 

Premiums  $4  3  2  2  1

Lot# Description

 

2629   Dress, w/set-in sleeves, cotton or blend

2630   Dress, w/set-in sleeves, knit

2631   Skirt cotton or blend

2632   Skirt knit

2633   Blouse, Casual

2634   Blouse, Dressy

 

Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot#  Description

 

2635   Skirt, Wool/Wool-like Fabric

2636   Skirt, Blend

2637   Pants-Boys, Wool/Wool-like fabric

2638   Pants-Boys, Blend

2639   Pants-Girls, Wool/Wool-like fabric

2640   Pants-Girls, Blend

2641   Jackets, Lined

2642   Jackets, Unlined

2643   Dressy Dresses, short

2644   Dressy Dresses, long

 

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot#  Description

 

2645    Tailored Outfit-Dress; wool or wool-like fabric

2646    Girls Tailored Outfit-Ensemble 2 >  pieces Jacket, Pants, Skirt, Vest, or Blouse

2647    Boys Tailored Outfit-Ensemble; 2 > pieces Jacket, Pants, Shirt or Vest

2648    2 piece ensemble, cotton or blend

2649    2 piece ensemble, knit

2650    3 piece ensemble cotton or blend

2651     3 piece ensemble, knit

2652    Other

 

Premiums   $3  2  2  1  1

Lot# Description

 

2653    Crocheted Article

2654    Knitted Article

2655    Other Wear Apparel

Department 11

Class 4 - Painting & Drawing Grades 7-12     (See department 19 for rules)

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot#  Description  

 

2657    Oil Color/Acrylics, Landscape                                                             

2658    Oil Color/Acrylics, Still Life

2659    Oil Color/Acrylics, People                                                                      

2660    Oil Color/Acrylics, Animals

2661    Oil Color/Acrylics, Abstracts                                          

2662    Water Color

2663    Crayon

2664    Pen & Ink Drawing

2665    Charcoal

2666    Graphics

2667    Mixed Media (2 or more)

2668    Pastel

2669    Pencil Drawing – gray pencil

2679    Pencil Drawing – colored pencil

2670    Photograph, B&W 5x7" or larger

2671    Photograph, Color 5x7" or larger

2672    Painting on Fabric

2673    Metal Repousse

2674    Collage (must be placed on a 14x22”  poster board)

2675    Sculpture, Hand Built

2677    Other

2678    Scratch Board

2679    Pencil Drawing – Color Pencil

 

Department 11

Class 5 - Painting & Drawing Grade 6 & under (See department 19 for rules)

Premiums  $6  2

Lot#  Description

 

2670   Pencil Drawing - Colored

2678   Oil Color/Acrylics, Landscape

2679   Oil Color/Acrylics, Still Life

2680   Oil Color/Acrylics, People

2681   Oil Color/Acrylics, Animals

2682   Oil Color/Acrylics, Abstracts

2683   Water Color

2684  Crayon

2685  Pen & Ink Drawing

2686  Charcoal

2687   Graphics

2688  Mixed Media (2 or more)

2689  Pastel

2690  Pencil Drawing - gray pencil

2691  Photograph, B & W, 5" x 7”

2692  Photograph, Color, 5" x 7”

2693  Painting on Fabric

2694  Metal Repousse

2695  Collage (must be placed on a 14x22” poster board)

2696  Sculpture, Hand Built

2697  Scrapbook

2698  Other

2699  Scratch Board

Department 11

Class 6 - Handcrafts (See department 19 for rules)

Premiums  $6  2

Lot#  Description

 

2700   Ceramics, up to 6th grade

2701    Ceramics, 7th -12th grade

2702   Creative Christmas Art <6th grade

2703   Creative Christmas Art 7th -12th grade

2704   Collections, up to 6th grade

2705   Collections, 7th - 12th grade

2706   Hobby made by exhibitor 5>spec.

2707   Legos, up to 6th grade

2708   Legos, 7th - 12th grade

2709   Macramé, up to 12th grade

2710   Paper craft, up to 6th grade

2711   Paper craft, 7th - 12th grade

2712   Scrapbook, up to 6th grade

2713   Scrapbook, 7th -12th grade

2714   String Art, up to 6th grade

2715   String Art, 7th - 12th grade

2716   Weaving, up to 6th grade

2717   Weaving, 7th - 12th grade

2718   Wood Carving, student up to grade 12

2719   Woodcraft, up to 6th grade

2720   Woodcraft, 7th - 12th grade

2721   Miscellaneous, up to 6th grade

2722   Miscellaneous, 7th - 12th grade

2723   Pottery, up to 6th grade

2724   Pottery, 7th - 12th grade

 

Department 11

Class 7 - Kids Farm Games

Superintendent: Sally Hassinger & Morgan Shirey


GENERAL RULES FOR KIDS GAMES-MONDAY 6:30 PM     

  1. Register one  hour prior to starting time.

  2. Open to all youngsters 6 -11 years old. Contestants’ ages on the day of the contest determine their class.

  3. All contestants must have an exhibitor number to enter the games. They can be obtained at the fair office.

  4. All required items to play the games are provided by the Fair Association.

  5. No assistance from second parties is permitted, except for grain bagging which requires a partner.

  6. Judges decision is final.

                         

Premiums  TROPHY

Lot#  Description         

6-7 Years Olds

2800    Corn Shelling            

2803    Water Hauling

2806    Nail Driving

2809    Seed Spitting

2812     Grain Bagging 

8-9 Years old 

2801     Corn Shelling

2804     Water Hauling 

2807    Nail Driving 

2810     Seed Spitting

2813     Grain Bagging 

10-11 Years Old

2802    Corn Shelling

2805    Water Hauling

2808    Nail Driving

2811     Seed Spitting

2814     Grain Bagging

CORN SHELLING

  1. The object of the “CORN SHELLING” contest is to shell by hand, the most corn within a one minute period.

  2. The corn will be weighed to determine the winner. The highest weight wins.

  3. Only the corn which falls directly into the container will be weighed.

  4. Contestants must shell the corn in their bare hands. No gloves or other aids may be used.

  5. A “shell-off” will be held to break ties.

 

WATER HAULING

  1. The object of “WATER HAULING” is to carry as much water as possible from the water trough to the container within a thirty (30) second time period.

  2. The course distance (length of haul) shall be forty (40) feet.

  3. The contestant that hauls the greatest amount of water, by weight, will be declared the winner.

  4. In the event of a tie, a “Haul-Off” elimination will be held.

 

NAIL DRIVING

  1. The object of “NAIL DRIVING” is to drive a nail as far as possible into a block of wood with two (2) hammer blows.

  2. Safety glasses or goggles must be worn by contestants. Contestants wearing prescription glasses must wear goggles.

  3. The nail will be started in the block of wood by the contest official.

  4. The nail may not be touched or held in any manner except for two (2) hammer blows.

  5. The winner will be determined by measuring the length of the nail protruding from the wooden block. The shortest distance protruding will determine the winner.

  6. In the event of a tie, a “Nail Drive-Off” will be held.

 

SEED SPITTING CONTEST

  1. The object of the contest is to “SPIT” a seed as far as possible.

  2. Contestants will select one 1 seed and will only be allowed one try.

  3. The contestant "spitting "the seed the greatest distance is the winner.

  4. All measurements will be made from a marked point on the foul line.

  5. Any contestant who crosses the foul line will be disqualified.

  6. The seed must land in front of the foul line to qualify for measurement.

  7. Contestants may not chew gum while competing.

  8. In the event of a tie, a “spit-off” will be held.

 

GRAIN BAGGING CONTEST

  1. This event is a team event. A team shall consist of two (2) contestants.

  2. “Grain” will be carried from the “grain” pile by one (1) of the two (2) contestants to the bag which will be held open by the other contestant on the team. The bag will be located at the foul line. On a switch signal from the contest official the teammates will switch positions and continue to bag the “grain” until the signal is given to stop.

  3. A weight measurement will determine the winner.

  4. Bare hands only may be used to transfer grain from the pile to the bag.

  5. In the event of a tie, there will be a “bag-off”.

  6. Each contestant may compete on one team only

 

KIDDIE PEDAL POWER TRACTOR PULL

Superintendent: Sherry Snook

Committee: Tracy Ewing, Norman Wenrick III, Tyler Snook, Lisa Smith, Colton Snook & Brad Snook

  1. Register one hour prior to starting time.

  2. Contest is open to youngsters from 3-10 years of age.

  3. Boys and girls compete against each other by age.

  4. Contestants must have an exhibitors number to enter, they can be obtained at the fair office.

  5. The distance each contestant pulls the sled will be measured and recorded.

  6. Weight is added to the sled as required to determine each category’s winner.

  7. The use of hands to assist in rolling the rear tires is prohibited.

  8. All movement of the tractor must be forward by pedaling (leg power only).

  9. Backing up and snatching of the sled is prohibited.

  10. Contestants will be disqualified for removing feet from the pedals and touching the surface of the track.

  11. The winner of each class is determined by the contestant who pulls the most weight the longest distance by pedaling the tractor.

  12. A pull off will be held when two (2) or more contestants perform a full pull. Additional weight will be added to the transfer sled for the pull-off.

  13. Judges decisions are final. Parents of contestants must register and sign a waiver of liability for each child who competes.

  14. A standard size pedal tractor with two (2) drive wheels will be furnished.

  15. The tractor will be hitched to a special weight transfer sled. The sled is equipped with a weight box to which weights are added as needed.

 

Premiums  TROPHY

Lot#    Description

2815     Pedal Power 3 yrs Boys/Girl

2816     Pedal Power 4 yrs Boys/Girl

2817     Pedal Power 5 yrs Boys/Girl

2818     Pedal Power 6 yrs Boys/Girl

2819     Pedal Power 7 yrs Boys/Girl

2820     Pedal Power 8 yrs Boys/Girl

2821     Pedal Power 9 yrs Boys/Girl

2822     Pedal Power 10 yrs Boys/Girls

HAY BALE THROW                            (See department 22 for rules)

Registration will begin at 7 pm, Monday at the indoor arena. Contest will start at 8 pm.

Premiums  $10  8  6  4  2

Lot#       Description   

1822    Bale Throwing, Male <8 yrs                                

1823    Bale Throwing, Female <8 yrs                          

2823    Bale Throwing, Male, 8-12 yrs

2825    Bale Throwing, Female 8-12 yrs 

2824    Bale Throwing Male 13-15 yrs

2826    Bale Throwing Female 13-15 yrs

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dept. 12 - Grains

Karen Ewing (570-658-7037), Deb Ewing (570-658-7469)

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. Home grown grains only may be entered.

  3. Entry forms must be completed with proper variety name or entry will be disqualified.

  4. One (1) entry per class per family is permitted.

  5. All entries of small grains, silage, etc must be displayed in clear 2 gallon zipper bags. Silage crop entries must be named.

  6. Treated or certified seed will not be judged.

  7. Hay exhibits shall consist of a bale section at least 8” thick or an equivalent amount if cut from: hay in the mow, round bales or other large package hay systems.

  8. Broom entries shall consist of three (3) brooms made of broom corn grown within the county.

  9. All entries must be grown or produced since the last fair.

 

Department 12

Class 1 - Grain & Seed Crops

Premiums  $6  5  4  3  2

Lot#    Description   

3000    Hybrid field corn, white, 6 ears w/o husk

3001    Hybrid field corn, yellow, 6 ears w/o husk

3002    Open pollinated field corn, 6 ears w/o husk

3004    Open pollinated Indian Corn, 6 ears w/ husk

3005    Open pollinated Miniature corn, 6 ears w/ husk

3006    Pearl popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk

3007    Rice popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk

3008    Strawberry popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk

3009    All other popcorn, 6 ears w/o husk

3010    Field corn for grain, 3 stalks w/ roots no soil

3011     Field corn for silage, 3 stalks w/ roots no soil

3012    Sunflower, one lrg head, w/12” stem no flower

3013    Sunflower, one sml head, w/12” stem no flower

3014    Other

 

Department 12

Class 2-Small Grains 

All entries of small grains, silage, etc must be displayed in clear 2 gallon zipper bags.

Premiums  $5  4  3  2  1

Lot# Description   

3015    Otee Oats

3016   Noble Oats

3017   Lang Oats

3018   Larry Oats  

3019   Porter Oats           

3020   Garry Oats

3021   Clinton Oats               

3022   Ogle Oats                     

3023   Other Oats                    

3024   Hart Wheat                 

3025   Tyler Wheat                               

3026   Redcoat Wheat

3027    Pennoll Wheat            

3028   Titan Wheat                       

3029   Florida 302 Wheat              

3030   Other Wheat               

3031    Pennrad Barley                  

3032   Wong Barley

3033   Barsoy Barley            

3034   Wysor Barley                    

3035   Any Spring Barley 

3036   Other Barley

3037   Alfalfa, any variety, one (1) pint

3038   Buckwheat

3039   Red Clover, one (1) pint

3040   Rye

3041   Soybeans

3042   Sunflower seeds

3043   Timothy, one (1) pint

3044   Speltz

3045   Sorghum

3046   Other

 

Department 12

Class 3-Hay

Must be 8” thick slice 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot# Description   

 

3047    Alfalfa, alf/grass hay, 1st cut, <50% grass

3048    Alfalfa, alf/grass hay later cut, <50% grass

3049    Other legume or lgm/grass mix, <50% grass

3050    Grass, 1st cutting, <10% legume

3051    Grass, 2nd cutting, <10% legume

3052    Other mix 50% or >of alf, clover, & grass

3053    Summer annual grass-sudan, sorghum, sudan hybrid

3054    Hay, sample taken from round bale

3055    Reed Canary Grass

 

Department 12

Class 4 - Silage

Premiums  $5  1

Lot# Description 

 

3056    Perennial crops, haylage, (1) gallon

3057    Annual silage, other than corn, (1) gallon

3058    Other Silage, (1) gallon

3059    Corn silage (1) gallon

3060    Bailage (from large bale) (1) gallon

Department 12

Class 5 - Broom Corn

Premiums  $5  1

Lot# Description 

 

3061    Broom Corn, 1 bundle, seeds removed

3062    Standard broom, 3 brooms

3063    Whisk broom, 3 brooms

 

Department 12

Class 6 - Tobacco

Premiums  $5  1

Lot# Description

 

3064    Stalks (5)

3065    Wrapper

3066    Filler

3067    Green

3068    Stalk Beets

 

Vegetables - Department 13

Superintendent: Jeff Mizer (570-837-3474)

Committee: Kay Mizer, Maynard Loss, David Kauffman, Mary Kauffman

Email: beaverfair@gmail.com

 

Rules and Tips for Displaying Vegetables

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. When choosing vegetables for exhibition, choose such specimens that would bring the highest price at a retail market.

  3. Select specimens that are true-to-type. Do not mix varieties.

  4. Pick specimens of the same size, shape, and maturity level. Medium-sized specimens are usually best.

  5. Select specimens free from soil or debris from insect or mite skins, honeydew, or excrement. Specimens may be washed or rinsed.

  6. Select specimens free from bruises, cuts, or other mechanical damage. (including scrubbing marks)

  7. Harvest specimens with shears. Wrap specimens individually for safe transport to fair.

  8. Enter only the number of specimens called for in the premium list. Entries with an incorrect number of specimens will be disqualified.

  9. Entries of root crops, such as beets, carrots, radishes, rutabagas, and turnips, should be topped, leaving petioles at a length of 1-2 inches.

  10. Remove stems from tomatoes to avoid skin punctures.

  11. Unsound vegetables will be removed by the fair association.

  12. Exhibitors must accurately identify their own entries as to varieties and types. Exhibits entered into the wrong class may be disqualified.

Department 13

Class 1

Premiums   $5  1

Lot#  Description    

4000    Bean, dry shelled edible Soy - 1 cup in pint jar                                       

4001     Bean, dry shelled horticultural - 1 cup in pint jar

4002    Bean, dry shelled Kidney - 1 cup in pint jar                                             

4003    Bean, dry shelled Lima - 1 cup in pint jar     

4004    Bean, dry shelled marrowfat - 1 cup in pint jar                                 

4005    Bean, dry shelled Pea/Navy - 1 cup in pint jar

4006    Bean, green shelled edible Soy - 1 cup in pint jar                                  

4007    Bean, green shelled Horticultural - 1 cup in pint jar

4008    Bean, green shelled large-seeded Lima - 1 cup in pint jar                    

4009    Bean, green shelled small-seeded Lima - 1 cup in pint jar

4010    Bean, Horticultural - 10 specimens in pods                                               

4011    Bean, large-seeded Lima - 10 specimens in pods

4012    Bean, small-seeded Lima - 10 specimens in pods                                       

4013    Bean, flat green - 10 specimens in pods

4014    Bean, round green - 10 specimens in pods                                                   

4015    Bean, flat yellow wax - 10 specimens in pods

4016    Bean, round yellow wax - 10 specimens in pods                                       

4017    Bean, flat purple - 10 specimens in pods

4018    Bean, round purple - 10 specimens in pods                                                 

4019    Bean, any other type - 10 specimens in pods

4022    Beet, globe-shaped - 5 specimens (topped)                                                 

4023    Beet, half-long - 5 specimens (topped)

4024    Beet, long Lutz-type - 5 specimens (topped)                                               

4026   Broccoli-1 large head - 5 specimens (topped)

4027   Brussels Sprouts - 10 specimens                                                                   

4028   Cabbage, Chinese type - 1 Head

4029   Cabbage, pointed type - 1 Head                                                                     

4030   Cabbage, round type - 1 Head

4031   Cabbage, flat type - 1 Head                                                                             

4032   Cabbage, Red type - 1 Head

4033   Cabbage, Savoy type - 1 Head                                                                       

4036   Carrots, round or other miniature - 5 specimens (topped)

4037   Carrots, half-long - 5 specimens (topped)                                                   

4038   Carrots, long - 5 specimens (topped)

4040   Cauliflower, purple types - 1 Head                                                             

4041   Cauliflower, white types - 1 Head

4043   Celery - 1 plant in soil in container                                                               

4044   Corn, white sweet - 5 ears with husk on

4045   Corn, yellow sweet - 5 ears with husk on                                                   

4046   Corn, bicolor sweet - 5 ears with husk on

4050   Cucumber, pickling type (< 3") - 5 specimens                                           

4051   Cucumber, pickling type (>3") - 5 specimens

4052   Cucumber, slicing type - 5 specimens                                                           

4053   Cucumber, European type

4156    Eggplant, oval or bell - shaped - 1 specimen                                               

4157    Eggplant, cylindrical - 1 specimen

4158   Eggplant, egg-shaped - 1 specimen                                                               

4060  Endive(Escarole), broad-leaved type - 1 plant in soil

4061   Endive, curly leaf-type - 1 plant in soil                                                         

4063   Garlic - 2 bulbs

4065   Gourds, apple shaped - 2 specimens                                                           

4066   Gourds, ball-shaped - 2 specimens

4067   Gourds, bottle or birdhouse type - 2 specimens                                     

4068   Gourds, Crown of Thorns type - 2 specimens

4069   Gourds, pear or spoon shaped - 2 specimens                                           

4070   Gourds, swan or goose type - 2 specimens

4071   Gourds, warted - 2 specimens                                                                     

4072   Gourds, winged types - 2 specimens

4073   Gourds, any other type-2 specimens                                                         

4074   Gourds, mixed - 2 specimens

4075   Gourd - display of 5 or more varieties                                                       

4079   Herb collection - display of 6 or more kinds

4080   Horseradish - 3 roots of 1" minimum diameter                                       

4081   Kale - 1 plant in soil

4082   Kohlrabi - 2 specimens                                                                                 

4083   Leek - 5 stalks

4084   Lettuce, Butter-head type -1 plant in soil                                                 

4085   Lettuce, Crisp head type - 1 plant in soil

4086   Lettuce, leaf type -1 plant in soil                                                                 

4088   Muskmelon, (6" diameter or >) - 1 specimen

4089   Muskmelon, (< 6” diameter) -1 specimen                                                 

4090   Melon, other specialty types - 1 specimen

4092   Okra - 5 specimens                                                                                         

4093   Onion, bottle-type - 5 specimens

4094   Onion, red flat -5 specimens                                                                         

4095   Onion, red globe - 5 specimens

4096   Onion, Sweet Spanish type -5 specimens                                                 

4097   Onion, white flat - 5 specimens

4098   Onion, white globe - 5 specimens                                                               

4099   Onion, yellow flat - 5 specimens

4100   Onion, yellow globe - 5 specimens 

4101   Onion, green bunching - 5 specimens (cleaned and trimmed)

4102   Onion, multiplier sets - 1 pint                                                                       

4103   Onion sets, red varieties - 1 pint

4104   Onion sets, white varieties - 1 pint                                                             

4105   Onion sets, yellow varieties - 1 pint

4108   Parsley, curly-leafed type -2 bunches in water                                      

4109   Parsley, plain type - 2 bunches in water

4111    Parsnips -5 roots (topped)                                                                            

4112   Peas - 10 specimens, in pods

4113   Pepper, green Pimento - 5 specimens                                                       

4114   Pepper, red Pimento -5 specimens

4115   Pepper, green bull-nose or bell types -2 specimens                               

4116  Pepper, red bull nose or bell types - 2 specimens

4117   Pepper, yellow bull-nose or bell types -2 specimens                             

4118  Pepper, thin-flesh green - 5 specimens

4119   Pepper, thin-flesh red -5 specimens                                                           

4120  Pepper, thin-flesh yellow - 5 specimens

4121  Pepper, purple bull-nose or bell types -2 specimens                             

4122  Pepper, Pointed types, any color - 5 specimens

4123   Pepper, other sweet types - 5 specimens                                                 

4124   Pepper, hot, Cayenne types - 5 specimens

4125   Pepper, hot, Chili types - 5 specimens                                                       

4126   Pepper, hot, Habanera types - 5 specimens    

4127   Pepper, hot, Jalapeno types - 5 specimens                                             

4128   Pepper, hot, round cherry types - 5 specimens

4129   Pepper, hot, Scotch bonnet types - 5 specimens                                     

4130  Pepper, hot, wax types - 5 specimens

4131   Pepper, other hot types - 5 specimens                                                     

4134  Potato, ‘Chippewa’- 5 tubers

4135  Potato, ‘Irish Cobbler’- 5 tubers                                                                 

4136  Potato, ‘Katahdin’ - 5 tubers

4137  Potato, ‘Kennebec’ - 5 tubers                                                                     

4138  Potato, red ‘Norland’ - 5 tubers

4139  Potato, red ‘Pontiac’ - 5 tubers                                                                 

4140  Potato, ‘Rural Russet’ - 5 tubers

4141   Potato, ‘Sebago’ - 5 tubers                                                                         

4142   Potato, ‘Superior’ - 5 tubers

4143   Potatoes, ‘Yukon Gold’- 5 tubers                                                             

4144  Potatoes, other varieties - 5 tubers

4147  Pumpkin, miniature (4” or <) -1 specimen                                           

4148  Pumpkin, decorator type (up to 3 lbs) - 1 specimen

4149  Pumpkin, decorating type (4-9 lbs) - 1 specimen                               

4150  Pumpkin, decorator type (10 lbs or >) - 1 specimen

4151   Pumpkin, Small sugar pie - 1 specimen                                               

4152  Pumpkin, winter neck - 1 specimen

4153  Pumpkin, large single specimen (inc weight on tag)                       

4154  Pumpkin, flat type - 1 specimen

4155  Pumpkin, white - 1 specimen                                                                   

4159  Radish, black winter - 5 specimens

4160  Radish, Small round - 5 specimens                                                       

4161   Radish, White icicle - 5 specimens

4164  Rhubarb, any variety -5 stalks tied together                                       

4165  Rutabaga, any variety, topped - 3 specimens

4166  Squash, scallop or Patty Pan type - 1 specimen                                   

4167  Squash, Cocozelle - 1 specimen

4168  Squash, crookneck - 1 specimen                                                               

4169  Squash, straight neck - 1 specimen

4170  Squash, green Zucchini - 1 specimen                                                       

4171   Squash, yellow zucchini - 1 specimen

4172  Squash, spaghetti type - 1 specimen                                                         

4173  Squash, acorn type - 1 specimen

4174  Squash, Boston Marrow/Delicious type - 1 specimen                         

4175   Squash, Buttercup - 1 specimen

4176  Squash, Butternut - 1 specimen                                                                 

4177   Squash, Hubbard - 1 specimen

4178  Squash, Mammoth - 1 specimen   

4179  Squash, large single specimen (include weight on tag)

4180 Squash, Turks Turban - 1 specimen                                                         

4181  Squash, striped, multi-colored - 1 specimen

4182  Squash, other winter types - 1 specimen                                                 

4185  Sweet potato, yellow or orange types - 5 roots

4186  Sweet potato, pink or white types - 5 roots                                           

4188  Swiss chard, any variety -1 stalk in soil

4190  Tomato, large-fruited Italian type - 5 specimens                                 

4191   Tomato, large fruited green - 5 specimens

4192  Tomato, large-fruited pink tomato - 5 specimens                               

4193  Tomato, large fruited red tomato - 5 specimens

4194  Tomato, large-fruited yellow or orange - 5 specimens

4195  Tomato, small-fruited green cherry under 1” diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4196  Tomato, small-fruited green cherry 1” & over in diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4197  Tomato, small-fruited red cherry under 1” diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4198  Tomato, small-fruited red cherry 1” and over in diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4199  Tomato, small-fruited yellow/orange cherry under 1” diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4200  Tomato, small-fruited yellow/orange cherry 1” and over in diameter - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4201  Tomato, small-fruited pear - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4202  Tomato, small-fruited plum - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4203  Tomato, small-fruited grape - 10 specimens or 5 clusters

4204  Tomato, unusual types not listed above - 5 specimens

4205  Turnip - 3 specimens (topped)

4206  Watercress - 1 bunch in water

4207  Watermelon, largest single specimen (show weight on tag)

4208  Watermelon, icebox type - 1 specimen

4209  Watermelon, long or oblong shaped - 1 specimen

4210   Watermelon, round or oval shaped - 1 specimen

 
 

Fruits & Nuts - Department 14

David and Carol Voss (570-658-2112)

 

RULES

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. In selecting apples for exhibition, choose specimens that would bring the highest market prices. Do not select the largest specimen, select a medium size specimen.

  3. Have specimens as nearly alike as possible on plate displays where five (5) specimens are required.

  4. The following score is used as a basis for the judging of all plates exhibited:

    1.  Form (Natural shape of variety) 10 points

    2. Size (Medium for variety) 15 points

    3. Color 20 points

    4. Uniformity 25 points

    5. Freedom from blemish 30 points

      1. Total points 100 points

  5. Each exhibitor must designate the particular premium for which they are competing in special classes and see the exhibit is properly tagged.

  6. Single specimens may not be considered or shown in variety classes.

  7. Premiums will be awarded only when the exhibit complies with the standard and is meritorious and properly named.

  8. Diamond display size should be approx. 14.5” x 26”.

Department 14

Class 1 - Fruit

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description   

 

4199    Gala Apples, 5 specimens                                                                                       

4200   Cortland Apples, 5 specimens

4201    Delicious Apples, 5 specimens                                                                               

4202    Golden Delicious Apples, 5 specimens

4203   Jonathan Apples, 5 specimens                                                                              

4204   McIntosh Apples, 5 specimens

4205   Rome Beauty Apples, 5 specimens                                                                       

4206   Stayman Apples, 5 specimens

4207   Winesap Apples, 5 specimens                                                                                 

4208  Smokehouse Apples, 5 specimens

4209  Summer Rambo Apples, 5 specimens                                                                 

4210  Other Apples, 5 specimens

4211   Crabapples, 5 specimens

 

Premiums  $8  7  6  5  4

Lot#  Description   

 

4212    Cortland Apples Bu/Diamond display

4213    Delicious Apple Bu/Diamond display

4214    Golden Delicious Apples Bu/Diamond display

4215    Jonathan Apple Bu/Diamond display

4216    McIntosh Apple Bu/Diamond display

4217    Rome Beauty Apple Bu/Diamond display

4218    Stayman Apple Bu/Diamond display

4219    Winesap Apple Bu/Diamond display

4220    Smokehouse Apple Bu/Diamond display 

4221    Summer Rambo Apple Bu/Diamond display

4222    Other Apple Bu/Diamond Display

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#   Description   

4223  Alberta Peaches, 5 specimens

4224  J H Hale Peaches, 5 specimens

4225  Rio Oso Gem Peaches, 5 specimens

4226  Other Peaches, 5 specimens

4227  Late Nectarines, 5 specimens

4228  Bartlett Pears, 5 specimens

4229  Anjou Pears, 5 specimens

4230  Bosc Pears, 5 specimens

4231  Seckel Pears, 5 specimens

4232  Kieffer Pears, 5 specimens

4233  Other Pears, 5 specimens

4234  Winter Nelis Pears, 5 specimens

4235  Pears, 5 varieties display

4236  Prune Plums, 5 specimens

4237  Other Plums, 5 specimens

4238  Apple Quinces, 5 specimens

4239  Champion Quinces, 5 specimens

4240  Orange Quinces, 5 specimens

4241  Other Quinces, 5 specimens

4242  Persimmons, 5 specimens

4243  Paw-paws, 5 specimens

Premiums  $20  15  10  8  4

Lot#  Description   

 

4244 Fruit baskets, 5 or more native species or fruit grown by the exhibitor

 

Premiums $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

4245   Blackberry, one 1 plate

4246   Blueberry, one 1 plate

4247   Currant, one 1 plate

4248   Dewberry, one 1 plate

4249   Elderberry, one 1 plate

4250   Gooseberry, one 1 plate

4251    Ground cherry (with husks on) 1 plate

4253   Red Raspberry, one 1 plate

4254   Black Raspberry, one 1

4255   Strawberry, one 1 plate

4256   Red Grapes, two (2) bunches

4257   White Grapes, two (2) bunches

4258   Blue Grapes, two (2) bunches 4

4259    Other (No Poke Berries)

 

Department 14

Class 2 - Edible Nuts

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

4260 Black Walnut, 20 specimens (no green husk)

4261  English Walnut, 20 specimens

4262  Butternut, 20 specimens

4263  Hazelnut, 30 specimens

4264  Heart nut, 30 specimens

4265  Hicans, 20 specimens

4266  Peanuts, 20 specimens

4267  Pecans, 20 specimens

4268  American/Chinese Chestnut, 20 specimens

4269  Shellbark/Shagbark Hickory, 20 specimens

4270  Other nuts, 20 specimens

4271   Other shelled nuts

Home & Dairy Products - Department 15

Superintendent: Hannah Patches - 570-541-6872

Committee: Katelyn Kreamer, Marilyn Hauck, Beth Mitchell, Mary Boop,

Francis Hoffman, Tyler Snook, Jennifer Boonie

 

RULES

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. Exhibits will only be accepted Sunday between the hours of  11:00 am and 5:00 pm sharp.  Early and late entries will be disqualified.

  3. Baked products will be judged on flavor, lightness, general appearance and crumb.

  4. All products must be made by the exhibitor. Premiums will not be paid for commercial products.

  5. Cakes must be baked in a standard 8” or  9” round pan and should be placed on covered cardboard.

  6. Pies must be baked in a standard 8” or  9” disposable aluminum pie pan.

  7. Loaves of bread, including corn bread and any other bread, must be baked in a standard 8” or  9” bread pan.

  8. All baked products must be wrapped in plastic bags, except cakes, which may be wrapped in plastic wrap.

  9. NO glass dishes will be accepted.

  10. All baked products become the property of the fair association upon entry.

  11. Baked products will be sold after judging is completed. One piece of each entry will be kept for display purposes. Proceeds will go to the fair association.

  12. The baked goods sale will begin at 7:30 pm on Monday.

  13. No Cheesecakes due to lack of refrigeration.

 

Department 15

Class 1 - Baked Products
Premiums  $5  4 
1

Lot#  Description 

5000   Quick bread biscuits, three (3)

5001    Quick bread corn bread

5002    Quick bread muffins, three (3)

5003    Quick bread nut bread

5004    Quick bread coffee cake

5005    Quick bread Zucchini/Banana/Pumpkin etc. (no nuts)

5006    Raisin yeast bread-1 loaf-4"x8"x5"

5007    Rye yeast bread

5008    White yeast bread

5009    Whole wheat yeast bread

5010    Cinnamon rolls, three (3)

5011    Doughnuts, three (3)

5012    White rolls, three (3)

5013    Whole wheat rolls, three (3)

5014    Other 5015 Fancy rolls, three (3)

5016   Cream puff rolls, three (3)

5017    Iced chocolate butter cake

5018   Iced spice butter cake

5019   Iced white butter cake

5020  Iced yellow butter cake

5021   Other 2 - Iced butter cake

5022   White iced butter cupcakes (4)

5023   Chocolate iced butter cupcakes (4)

5024   Other 3, iced butter cupcake(4)

5026   Angel Food Egg Cake, not iced

5027   Chiffon egg cake, not iced

5028   Sponge egg cake, not iced

5029   1 crust pie: no cream filling, custard, or cheesecake

5030   2 crust pie: any kind

5031   Shoo-fly pie

5032   Apple Dumplings: no syrup (2)

5033   Chocolate covered candy (3 pieces)

5034   Chocolate fudge (3 pieces)

5035   Divinity fudge (3 pieces)

5036   Fondant fudge (3 pieces)

5037   Light fudge (3 pieces)

5038   Seafoam candy (3 pieces)

5039   Caramel candy (3 pieces)

5040   Taffy candy (3 pieces)

5041   Decorated chocolate mold candy (3 pieces)

5043   Bar cookies (3 pieces)

5044   Dropped cookies (3 pieces)

5045   Filled cookies (3 pieces)

5046   Pressed cookies (3 pieces)

5047   Rolled ball cookies (3 pieces)

5048   Sliced or ice box cookies (3 pieces)

5049   Brownies, (3 pieces)

5050   Whoopie pies, (3 pieces) 

5056   Rolled Out Cookies (3 pieces)

Premiums  $4  3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description 

5057   Butter, one (1) lb.

5058   Cheese, one-half (1/2) lb.

5059   Boiled homemade soap, two (2) pieces

5060   Cold-made homemade soap, two (2) pieces

5061   Lard, One (1) quart

5062   Noodles, one (1) quart

5063   Potato chips, one (1) quart

5065   Salted nuts, one-half (1/2) pint

Special  Baking Contests

 

All entries must be brought in Sunday of Fair, 11:00 am-5:00 pm – No entries will be accepted before this.

 

Lot#  Description                                                                

Premiums  $25   20   15   5   5

 

5051    Homemade Chocolate Cake Contest 

       

Premiums  $20   15   10   5   5

 

5052    Junior Baking Contest     

                           

Premiums  $25   15   10   5   5

 

5053    Incredible Angel Food Cake Contest   

   

Premiums  $25   15   10   5   5

 

5054    Blue Ribbon Apple Pie       

                   

Homemade Chocolate Cake Contest Rules

 

  1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident; one entry per person.

  2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this PA Preferred® Chocolate Cake contest at any other fair in 2019.

  3. Entry must be a layered chocolate cake made from "scratch" (no mixes).

  4. Entry must be frosted and frosting must be made from “scratch”.

  5. Cake recipe must feature chocolate or cocoa as a main ingredient.

  6. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard or a disposable plate. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned.)

  7. Recipes must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8-1/2” x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. PA Preferred® product labels must be attached to the recipe. (All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned.)

  8. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons.

Judging Criteria:
 

  • Flavor (aroma, taste, good balance of flavorings) - 30 points

  • Texture (moist and tender crumb; not soggy or dry) - 25 points

  • Inside Characteristics (even grain, evenly baked; free from air pockets) - 20 points

  • Outside Characteristics (consistent shape/size/surface; overall appeal) - 15 points

  • Frosting (taste, texture, even color) - 10 points

       TOTAL 100 points
 

First Place Winner is eligible for the 2020 PA Farm Show competition.

PA Farm Show Prizes for the Homemade Chocolate Cake Winners: 1st = $500, 2nd = $250; 3rd = $100; Fourth Place Ribbon, Fifth Place Ribbon

 

PA Preferred ® Junior Baking Contest—Cookies, Brownies and Bars

  1. Exhibitor must be an individual amateur baker (age 8 through and including 18 years ONLY) who is a Pennsylvania resident; one entry per person.

  2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this PA Preferred® Chocolate Cookie, Brownie, Bar contest at any other fair in 2019.

  3. Entry must be a plate of six (6) individual sized portions of the baked entry item.

  4. Entries must be made from scratch. Pre-made mixes are not acceptable ingredients.

  5. At least two (2) PA Preferred™ ingredients must be used in the recipe. Some examples of qualifying ingredients are PA Preferred™ grains such as oats or flour, butter, milk, eggs, fruits and/or vegetables. Entry must be submitted for judging on a food safe disposable setting.  (all pans, plates and dishes are considered  to be disposable and will not be returned.

  6. Entry must be submitted for judging on a food safe disposable setting. (All pans, plates and dishes are considered to be disposable and will not be returned.) Refrigeration is not available at the fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons.

  7. Recipe(s) must be submitted with the entry, printed on one side of 8-1/2” x 11” paper. Recipe must list all ingredients, quantities, and the preparation instructions. The PA Preferred™ ingredients must be listed clearly in the ingredient list, specifying the ingredients and the company that made/grew them (ex: PA Preferred Milk – Galliker’s brand). Entrant’s name, age, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. (All recipes and cookies-brownies-bars will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned.)

  8. A PA Preferred™ logo is not required because not all PA Preferred™ products carry the label. The name of the ingredient and the source is sufficient. For a list of acceptable products visit papreferred.com. Additionally, PA Preferred™ staff will assist in locating PA Preferred™ ingredients, as needed.

  9. Refrigeration is not available at the fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons.

 

Judging Criteria:
 

  • Flavor  (aroma, taste, good balance of flavorings) - 30 points

  • Texture (appropriate for the type of cookie, brownie or bar) - 25 points

  • Inside Characteristics (even grain, evenly baked; free from air pockets) - 20 points

  • Outside Characteristics  (uniform size, shape, appearance; overall appeal) - 15 points

  • Creativity - 10 points

       TOTAL 100 points

First Place Winner is eligible for the 2020 PA Farm Show competition.

PA State Farm Show Prizes for the State PA Preferred® Chocolate Cookie-Brownie-Bar Winner: 1st = $500; 2nd = $250; 3rd = $100

SPONSORS: PA PreferredTM

 

Angel Food Cake Contest Rules 

 

  1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident.

  2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Angel Food Cake contest at any other fair in 2019.

  3. Entry must be an Angel Food Cake made from “scratch”.

  4. Pennsylvania produced & packed eggs are requested to be used if at all possible. Please look for the PEQAP or PA Preferred logo or PA packaging dates on the carton.

  5. Refrigeration is NOT available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons.

  6. The entire cake entry must be submitted for judging on cardboard. (All pans, plates, and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.)

  7. Recipe(s) listing the ingredients and the preparation instructions must be submitted with the entry (printed on one-side of 8-1/2" x 11" size paper). Entrant’s name, address & phone # must be printed on the back of the page. (All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair and PA Farm Show and will not be returned.)

Judging will be based on the following criteria:
 

  •  Flavor (smell, taste, flavoring) - 30 points

  •  Inside Characteristics (texture & lightness) - 25 points

  •  Overall Appearance (surface, size, color) - 20 points

  •  Creativity - 15 points

  •  Topping, Icing or Decoration - 10 points

       TOTAL 100 points

 

First Place Winner is eligible for the 2020 PA Farm Show competition.

PA State Farm Show Prizes for the PA State Angel Food Cake Winners:1st = $500 2nd = $250 3rd = $100

Sponsors:  Pennsylvania's Egg Farmers & PA State Association of County Fairs

Blue Ribbon Apple Pie Contest Rules

 

  1. Open to any individual who is a Pennsylvania resident; only one entry per person.

  2. Entrants may NOT have won 1st place in this Blue Ribbon Apple Pie contest at any other fair in 2019.

  3. Entry to be a pie that must include at least 60% apples in the filling. It does not need to be a “traditional” two crusted apple pie and it can have a variety of fillings.

  4. The entire pie must be submitted for judging in a disposable pie pan. (All pans, plates, and dishes are considered disposable and will not be returned.)

  5. The recipe for the pie and pie crust must be submitted with the entry. It should be submitted on one side of 8 ½” by 11” paper. The recipe must list all the ingredients, quantities and the preparation instructions. Entrant’s name, address and phone number must be printed on the back side of all the pages. (All recipes and cakes will become the property of the Fair or PA Farm Show and will not be returned.)

  6. Refrigeration is not available at the Fair or PA Farm Show. Entries that require refrigeration after baking must indicate so in the recipe. Those entries will not be sold, auctioned or otherwise distributed for consumption after judging for food safety reasons.

 

Judging will be based on the following criteria:
 

  • Flavor - 30 points

  • Filling: consistency, doneness, moistness & flavor - 25 points

  • Crust: color, flavor, texture doneness - 20 points

  • Overall Appearance - 15 points

  • Creativity - 10 points

      TOTAL 100 Points

NOTE:

Creativity is essential to a varied competition. Do not limit your contest to a “traditional” two-crusted apple pie. We are looking for a variety of fillings in the pies; the pie must include at least 60% apples in the filling. The recipe for the pie and pie crust will also need to be submitted with entry in the PA Farm Show.

 

Premiums for the PA FARM SHOW competition will be as follows:

First Place $500.00,  Second Place $250.00, Third Place $100.00, Fourth Place Ribbon, Fifth Place Ribbon

At the PA FARM SHOW level, this contest is jointly sponsored by:  The PA Department of Agriculture and The PA State Association of County Fairs

 
 

Department 15

Class 2 - Canned Products  

Superintendent:  Michelle Good  (570-837-0475)

Committee: Evelyn Rice

 

RULES

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. Canned foods to be judged on quality, general appearance and container.

  3. Use standard mason-type, clear quart/pint glass jars for preserving and exhibiting fruits, vegetables and meats.

  4. Use two (2) piece self-sealing lids (flat discs and metal screw bands) for sealing all jars of food.

  5. Metal screw bands should be left on jars.

  6. All foods not in standard jars or not sealed with self-sealing lids will be disqualified by the judge.

  7. Exhibits must be prepared by exhibitor.

  8. Judges will not open canned fruit and vegetables.  Judges may open jellies, preserves, etc. if they deem it necessary.

 

Premiums  $4  3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description   

 

5100   Canned apples, 1 quart

5101   Canned applesauce, 1 quart

5102   Canned apricots, 1 quart

5103   Canned blackberries, 1 quart

5104   Canned blueberries/huckleberries, 1 quart

5105   Canned cherries, 1 quart

5106   Canned dark cherries with pits , 1 quart

5107   Canned red cherries with pits, 1 quart

5108   Canned red sour cherries w/o pits, 1 quart

5109   Canned currants, 1 quart

5110   Canned elderberries, 1 quart

5111   Canned grapes, 1 quart

5112   Canned peaches, 1 quart

5113   Canned pears, 1 quart

5114   Canned plums, 1 quart

5115   Canned black raspberries, 1 quart

5116   Canned red raspberries, 1 quart

5117   Canned rhubarb
5118   Other Canned fruit 

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description   

 

5119   Best display 3 quart jars, all different fruits

 

Premiums  $4  3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description   

 

5120   Canned asparagus, 1 quart

5121   Canned green beans, 1 quart

5122   Canned lima beans, 1 pint; any container

5123   Canned yellow beans, 1 quart

5124   Canned beets, 1 quart

5125   Canned beet tops, 1 quart

5126   Canned broccoli, 1 quart

5127   Canned carrots, 1 quart

5128   Canned cauliflower, 1 quart

5129   Canned corn, 1 pint; any container

5130   Canned dandelion, 1 quart                  

5131    Canned endive, 1 quart

5132   Canned mixed vegetables, 1 quart          

5133   Canned peas, 1 pint; any container

5134   Canned pumpkins, 1 pint; any container             

5135   Canned Potatoes, 1 quart

5136   Canned sauerkraut, 1 quart                  

5137    Canned spinach, 1 quart

5138    Canned succotash, 1 pint; any container             

5139    Canned Swiss chard, 1 quart

5140   Canned Tomatoes, 1 quart                  

5141    Other Canned Vegetable, 1 quart

5144   Canned Beef, 1 quart

5145   Canned Beef tongue, 1 quart

5146   Canned Chicken, 1 quart

5147   Canned Pork, 1 quart

5148   Canned Sausage, 1 quart

5149   Canned Scrapple, 1 quart

5150  Canned Sirloin, 1 quart

5151   Canned Spare Ribs, 1 quart

5152   Other Canned Meats, 1 quart

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5153   Canned Meat Display 3 qt jars, all different

5143   Canned Vegetable Display, 3 qt jars, all different

 

Premiums  $4  1

Lot#  Description

 

5155   Canned pickled beans, 1 container

5156   Canned pickled beets, 1 container

5157   Canned pickled cauliflower, 1 container

5158   Canned pickled chow-chow, 1 container

5159   Canned pickled cranberry, 1 container

5160   Can pickled bread & butter, 1 container

5161   Can pickled dill cucumber, 1 container

5162   Can pickled mixed cucumber, 1 container

5163   Can pickled mustard cucumber, 1 container

5164   Can pickled sour cucumber, 1 container

5165   Can pickled sweet cucumber, 1 container

5166   Can pickled spiced cucumber, 1 container

5167   Canned pickled onions, 1 container

5168   Canned pickled peppers, 1 container

5169   Stuffed Pickled Peppers, 1 container

5170   Canned pickled piccalilli, 1 container

5171   Canned pickled corn relish, 1 container

5172   Canned pickled pepper relish, 1 container

5173   Canned pickled sandwich relish, 1 container

5174   Canned pickled misc. relish, 1 container

5154   Canned Pickled item, other 1 container

5175   Canned catsup, 1 container

5176   Canned chili sauce, 1 container

5177   Canned spaghetti sauce, 1 container

5178   Canned pizza sauce, 1 container

5179   Canned salsa, 1 container

5185   Canned spiced apple, 1 quart

5186   Canned spiced cantaloupe, 1 quart

5187   Canned spiced cherry, 1 quart

5188   Canned spiced crabapple, 1 quart

5189   Canned spiced peaches, 1 quart

5190   Canned spiced pears, 1 quart

5191   Canned spiced quinces, 1 quart

5192   Canned spiced watermelon, 1 quart

5193   Canned Vegetable Soup, 1 quart

5194   Canned Tomato Soup, 1 quart

5195   Canned Chicken Soup, 1 quart

5196   Canned Soup other, 1 quart

5202   Canned apple juice, 1 quart

5203   Canned grape juice, 1 quart

5204   Canned tomato juice, 1 quart

5206   Canned blackberry vinegar, 1 quart

5207   Canned cider vinegar, 1 quart

5208   Canned raspberry vinegar, 1 quart

5209   Other canned vinegar, 1 quart

 

Department 15

Class 3 - Dried Products and Pie Filling

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot# Description

 

5200   Canned Apple Pie Filling, 1 quart

5201   Canned Blueberry Pie Filling, 1 quart

5202   Canned Cherry Pie Filling, 1 quart

5203   Canned Peach Pie Filling, 1 quart

5204   Canned Pie Filling other, 1 quart

5195   Dried apples, 1 pint

5196   Dried corn, 1 pint

5197   Dried peaches, 1 pint

5198   Dried pears, 1 pint

5199   Dried lima beans, 1 pint

5205   Dried navy beans, 1 pint

5206   Dried string beans, 1 pint

5207   Dried other, 1 pint

5208   Dried Pepper, 1 pint

 

Department 15

Class 4 - Butter, Honey Spread, Jam, Jelly, Marmalade & Preserves

(To be displayed in standard jelly jar)

 

Premiums  $3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description   

 

5201   Canned apple butter

5202   Canned apricot butter

5203   Canned cherry butter

5204   Canned grape butter

5205   Canned orange butter

5206   Canned peach butter

5207   Canned pear butter

5208   Canned plum butter

5209   Canned rhubarb butter

5210   Canned quince butter

5211    Canned tomato butter                                                                                       

5212   Canned apple honey spread

5213   Canned pear honey spread                                                                                       

5214    Canned pineapple honey spread

5215    Canned quince honey spread                                                                                       

5216    Canned blackberry jam

5217    Canned cherry jam                                                                                           

5218    Canned currant jam

5219    Canned elderberry jam                                                                                       

5220   Canned peach jam

5221   Canned plum jam

5222   Canned black raspberry jam

5223   Canned red raspberry jam

5224   Canned rhubarb jam

5225   Canned strawberry jam

5226   Canned apple jelly

5227   Canned blackberry jelly

5228   Canned cherry jelly

5229   Canned crabapple jelly

5230   Canned currant jelly

5231   Canned elderberry jelly

5232   Canned gooseberry jelly

5233   Canned grape jelly

5234   Canned strawberry jelly

5235   Canned huckleberry jelly

5236   Canned peach jelly

5237   Canned quince jelly

5238   Canned red raspberry jelly

5239   Canned black raspberry jelly

5240   Canned apricot marmalade

5241   Canned grape marmalade

5242   Canned grapefruit marmalade

5243   Canned orange marmalade

5244   Canned peach marmalade

5245   Canned pear marmalade

5246   Canned pineapple marmalade

5247   Canned plum marmalade

5248   Canned quince marmalade

5249   Canned tomato marmalade

5250   Canned apricot preserve

5251   Canned blueberry preserve

5252   Canned cherry preserve

5253   Canned peach preserve

5254   Canned pear preserve

5255   Canned pineapple preserve

5256   Canned plum preserve

5257   Canned quince preserve

5258   Canned strawberry preserve

5259   Canned tomato preserve

5260   Other

5261   Canned  Hot Pepper Jelly

 

Evergreen Trees - Department 16

Dave and Carol Voss

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. Trees to be exhibited shall be five (5) to seven (7) feet in height measuring from the bottom of the handle to the top of the tip.

  3. No trees may be exhibited that have been sprayed with or have artificial color or other chemicals added in any manner.

  4. Trees may not be exhibited with limbs or foliage added that did not grow naturally in place.  Trees may be naturally grown or sheared and shaped by the exhibitor.

  5. No holders should accompany trees. All trees will be supported in like manner.

 

Premiums  $15   12   10   8   6

Lot#  Description   

 

5401    Austrian Pine

5402   Balsam Fir

5403   Concolor Fir

5404   Douglas Fir

5405   Red Pine

5406   Scotch Pine

5407   Blue Spruce

5408   Norway Spruce

5409   White Spruce

5410   White Pine

5411    Other

 

Floral Exhibits - Department 17

Superintendent: Chuck Kessler - 

Committee: Trish Brill, Melody Folk

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. The management will not undertake to return exhibits or be responsible for the return of exhibits.

  3. Baskets or containers must be supplied by exhibitor and will be given every possible care, but the management assumes no responsibility for their safety.

  4. All entries must be grown by the exhibitor except in arrangement classes.

  5. The judges may recommend a special award for any meritorious exhibit not provided for in schedule.

  6. Exhibits must conform to the number of blooms, spikes, or stems specified in each class.

  7. No plants too heavy or too tall to handle will be accepted.

Department 17

Class 1 - Flowering Plants

This class includes all plants that would qualify as a houseplant. Only one species per pot is permitted. Pots may not exceed 14" in width. Plants must be growing in said container two (2) months prior to the fair.

 

Premiums  $3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description   

5501    Blue African Violets, single                                                                                       

5502    Pink African Violets, single

5503    White African Violets, single                                                                                  

5504    Any color/bicolor African violets, single

5505   Blue African Violets, double

5506   Pink African Violets, double

5507   White African Violets, double

5508   Any color/bicolor African Violets, double

5509   Fibrous root wax begonia, single

5510   Fibrous root wax begonia, double

5511   Fibrous root wax begonia, other

5512   Tuber root begonia, single any color

5513   Tuber root begonia, double any color

5514   Tuber root begonia, hanging basket var. any color

5514   Geranium, pelargonium

5516   Any Flowering hanging basket

5515   Flowering Ivy geranium

5518   Combination pot – annuals

5519   Other meritorious flowering plants not above

 

Department 17

Class 2 - Foliage Plants

Only one (1) species per pot, except in collection classes. Pots may not exceed 14" in width. Plants must be growing in said container for two (2) months prior to the fair.

 

Premiums  $3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description

 

5520   Fibrous rooted begonia, large leaf

5521    Fibrous rooted begonia, small leaf

5522   Single specimen cactus

 

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5523   Five (5) or more cactus and/or succulents

 

Premiums  $3  2  1  1

Lot#  Description

 

5524  Cactus &/or succulents garden

5525  Any leaf color coleus

5526  Any variety of ferns

5527  Most unusual plant

5528  Potted ivy

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5529   Dish Garden of 3 or more foliage plants, in a low container

 

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot#  Description

 

5530   Jade

5531   Sanservia - Snake Plant

5532   Sansevieria - Bird's Nest

5333   Calico Plant

5534   Philodendron

5535   Terrariums

5536   Any other meritorious house plant

5537   Hanging foliage plants

5538   Prayer Plant

5539   Peperomia

5540   Purple Passion

5541   Babies Tears

5542   Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane)

5543   Other succulent Plants, not above 

 

Department 17

Class 3 - Specimen Flowers –Annual

 

  1. Exhibits in this section must be cut flowers grown by the exhibitor and must conform to the number of blooms, spikes or stems specified in each class.

  2. Uniformity of height, color or size is an important factor in evaluating entries.

  3. Flowers in each entry must be of one color and variety unless otherwise stated.

  4. Cut flowers cannot be exhibited in paper, plastic, or foam containers.

 

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot#  Description   

 

5601    Ageratum, 3 stems

5602    Asters, 3 blooms

5603    Belts of Ireland, 3 stems

5604    Calendula, 3 blooms

5605    Celosia, Crested, 1 stem

5606    Celosia, Plumed, 3 stems

5607    Cosmos, 3 blooms

5608    Dahlias, Cactus, 1 bloom

5609    Dahlia, Bicolor Cactus

5610    Dahlia, Decorative, Large, > 4", 1 bloom

5611    Dahlia, Decorative, small, < 4", 1 bloom

5612    Dahlia, Decorative, bicolor, 1 bloom

5613    Dahlia, Pom Pom 3 blooms

5614    Dahlia, Single 3 blooms

5615    Gladiolus, 1 spike large flowering                                                      

5616    Gladiolus, 1 spike small flowering

5617    Marigolds, 3 blooms, African, Lemon, large                                        

5618    Marigolds, 3 blooms, African, Orange, large

5619    Marigolds, 3 blooms, French, Single                                               

5620    Marigolds, 3 blooms, French, Dbl Sml, bicolor

5620    Marigolds, 3 blooms, French, Dbl Sml, orange                             

5622    Marigolds, 3 blooms, French Dbl Sml, yellow              

5621    Nasturtiums, 3 blooms

5624   Pansies, 3 blooms

5622    Petunias, 3 blooms, single

5626   Petunias, 3 blooms, double

5623    Rudbeckia (Gloriosa Daisy), 3 blooms

5628    Snapdragons, 3 spikes

5624    Strawflowers, 3 blooms

5630   Zinnia, giant > 3", 3 blooms

5631   Zinnia, under 3", 3 blooms

5632   Zinnia, pom poms, 3 blooms

5633    Zinnia, twisted or curled, 3 blooms

5634    Zinnia, novelty, 3 blooms

5634    Salvia, any color, 3 stems

5636   Any variety not listed above, 3 blooms

5635    Best of my garden, (5) blooms, of a different variety, in one container

5638   Gomphrena, 3 stems

5639    Mini Sunflower 

Department 17

Class 4 - Specimen Flowers - Perennials

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot#  Description

 

5650   Best of Garden-perennials, (5) blooms

5651   Chrysanthemum, large, (3) blooms

5652   Chrysanthemum, small, (3) blooms

5653   Delphinium, 1 spike

5654   Roses, hybrid tea, bi-color, 1 flower

5655   Roses, hybrid tea, cream or white

5656   Roses, hybrid tea, yellow

5657   Roses, hybrid tea, pink

5658   Roses, hybrid tea, red

5659   Roses, hybrid tea, salmon, 1 flower

5660   Roses, floribunda, red, 1 stem

5661   Roses, floribunda, white, 1 stem

5662   Roses, floribunda, pink, 1 stem

5663   Roses, floribunda, yellow, 1 stem

5664   Roses, miniature, 1 stem, any color

5665   Sedum, (3) stems, any color

 

Department 17

Class 5 - Artistic Arrangements

 

All arrangements must be made using real flowers, except lot# 5683. Plants forbidden by conservation rules may not be used.

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5670   Wildflower arrangement

5671   Arrangement using dried materials

5672   Wreaths, swags, etc. using dried materials

5673   Arrangement in pedestal container

5674    Fruit &/or veg arrangement w/ or w/o flowers or foliage

5675   Miniature arrangement, < 5 inches

5675   Arrangement with candle

5677   Arrangement w/1 flower only, foliage or accs permitted

5676   Living room or hall table arrangement

5679   All white arrangement

5680   All foliage arrangement

5681   Holiday/special occasion arrangement

5682   Color Harmony arrangement using tints & shades of 1 color

5683   Silk flower arrangement

 

Needlecraft - Department 18

Diane Fleming (717-283-9559) - Rugs, Mats, Potholders and Quilts
Jane Freed - Needlework Goldie Moyer (570-658-7010) and

Grace Klinepeter - Knitting and Crocheting

 

Basis for Judging Household and Needle Work Exhibits

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. No article can compete in more than one (1) entry; that is an article can be judged one time.

  3. All items shown must have been made since last fair. Items exhibited in previous years will be disqualified.

  4. Exhibits are judged on: workmanship, worth of article, appropriateness of material, and design.

  5. Any garments made with factory machine stitching will not be judged.

  6. Please check for new classes added in needlework to use the correct numbers.

 

Plain Sewing - Lingerie or Aprons to be judged on:

  1. Worth of article.

  2. Materials and trimmings, appropriateness, quality.

  3. Workmanship: method of construction, choice and execution of stitches.

 

Dressmaking Simple House Dresses, Shirtwaist or Skirt, Simple School Dress for Girl to be judged on:

  1. Material: Its appropriateness, quality, color and design.

  2. Design: simplicity of line, harmony of color, appropriateness.

  3. Workmanship: method of construction, choice and execution of stitches.

 

Embroidery and Crocheting - Simple Designs and Edges for Trimming to be judged on:

  1. Worth of article.

  2. Material: appropriateness and suitability for the use for which it was made.

  3. Design: simplicity and appropriateness.

  4. Workmanship.

 

Knitting to be judged on:

  1. Worth of article.

  2. Workmanship: execution of stitches, perfection.

Department 18

Class 1 - Sewing - Adults

  1. Entry tags are to be attached to the hem (left hand side).

  2. Hangers may be any type.

 

Premiums  $4  3   2   1   1

Lot#  Description   

 

5701    Children's Aprons

5702   Coverall Aprons

5703   Fancy Aprons

5704   Half Aprons

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot#  Description

 

5705   Boy’s Two (2) Piece Outfits

5706   Boy’s Shirts

5707   Child's Coat or Jacket

5708   Girl's Casual Dress 1-6 yrs of age

5709   Girl's Dressy Dress 1-6 yrs of age

5710   Girl's Blouse or Top, 1-6 yrs of age

5711    Girl’s Casual Dress, 6-12 yrs of age

5712    Girl's Dressy Dress 6-12 yrs of age

5713    Girl's Blouse or Top 6-12 yrs of age

 

Premiums  $6   5   4   3   2

Lot #   Description

 

5714 Girl’s two (2) piece outfit, 6-12 yrs of age

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

 

5715   Child's Slacks or Pants 

 

Premiums  $7   6   5   4   3

Lot #   Description

 

5716   Wool Coat, Lined

5717   Wool Coat, unlined

5718   Coat, Fabric other than wool, lined

5719   Coat, fabric other than wool, unlined

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

5720   Casual Dress, cotton or blend

5721    Dressy Dress, cotton or blend

 

Premiums  $6   5   4   3   2

Lot #    Description

 

5722   Prom/Evening Dress, Long 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

 

5723 Wool Dresses

5724 Knit Dress

5725  Dress without sleeves

Premiums  $7   6   5   4   3

Lot #    Description

 

5726    Wedding Gown 

 

Premiums  $6   5   4   3   2

Lot #   Description

 

5727    Dress w/ Jacket, Coat or Vest, Cotton or Blend

5728    Dress w/ Jacket, Coat or Vest, Knit

5729    Dress w/ Jacket, Coat or Vest, Wool

5730   Skirt or pants w/Vest, Cotton or Blend

5731   Skirt or Pants w/Vest, Knit

5732   Skirt or Pants w/Vest, Wool

5733  Skirt or Pants w/Top, Cotton or Blend

5734   Skirt or Pants w/Top, Knit

5735   Skirt or Pants w/Top, Wool

Premiums  $7   6   5   4   3

Lot #   Description

 

5736   Three (3) Piece outfit, Cotton or Blend

5737   Three (3) Piece outfit, Knit

5738   Three (3) Piece Outfit, Wool

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

 

5739   Men's Shirt

5740   Men's Slacks

Premiums  $6   5   4   3  2

Lot #  Description

 

5741   Men's Suit 

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

 

5742   Men's Jacket, Wool

5743   Men's Jacket, other fabric

5744    Lined Jacket, Wool                                                                                          

5745    Unlined Jacket, Wool

5746    Lined Jacket, other fabric                                                                                       

5747    Unlined Jacket, other fabric

5748    Ladies & Girls Pajamas                                                                                       

5749    Ladies and Girls Nightgowns

5750    Dusters and Robes                                                                                           

5751     Men's and Boy’s Pajamas

5752    Other Lingerie                                                                                                 

5753    Cotton or Blend Blouse, Casual

5754   Cotton or Blend Blouse, Dressy

5755   Knit Blouse, Casual

5756   Knit Blouse, Dressy

5757   Cotton or Blend Skirt

5758   Wool or Wool Blend Skirt

5759   Knit Skirt

5760   Slacks

5761   Jumpsuit

5762   Weskits and Ponchos

5763   Play clothes

5764   Sunbonnets and Head scarf

5765   Tote Bag

5766   Other miscellaneous Articles

5767   Doll Clothing

5767   Sweat suits

5769   Costumes

5770   Collars

5771   Purse

 

Department 18

Class 2 - Needlework - Adult

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5775   Bedspread-Crocheted edge

5776   Bedspread-Crocheted, solid

5777   Bedspread-Embroidered Applique

5778   Bedspread-Cross-stitch

5779   Bedspread-Embroidered outline

5780   Bedspread-Embroidered, solid

5781    Crewel Work/Bedspread-Embroidered

5782   Bedspread Knitted

5783   Bedspread Woven

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #  Description

Note: Centerpiece must be mounted on cardboard

 

5784   Centerpiece <12”, Crocheted edge

5785   Centerpiece <12”, Crocheted solid

5786   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidered Applique

5787   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidered Crewel Work

5788   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidered Cross Stitch

5789   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidery Cut Work

5790   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidery, Drawn Work

5791   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidery, Eyelet

5792   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidery, Outline

5793   Centerpiece <12”, Embroidery, Solid

5794   Centerpiece <12”, Knitted

5795   Centerpiece <12”, Solid Tatting

5796   Centerpiece <12”, Tatting Edge

5797   Centerpiece <12”, Hand Quilted

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5798   Centerpiece >12”, Crocheted edge

5799   Centerpiece >12” Crocheted Solid

5800   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Applique

5801   Centerpiece >12” Embroidery, Crewel Work

5802   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Cross Stitch

5803   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Cut Work

5804   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Drawn Work

5805   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Eyelet

5806   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Outline

5807   Centerpiece >12”, Embroidery, Solid

5808   Centerpiece >12”, Knitted

5809   Centerpiece >12”, Solid Tatting

5810   Centerpiece >12”, Tatting Edge

5811    Centerpiece >12”, Hand Quilted

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #  Description

 

5812   Cushion Completed, Crewel Work

5813   Cushion Completed, Crocheted

5814   Cushion Completed, Embroidered

5815   Cushion Completed, Knitted

5816   Cushion Completed, Needlepoint

5817   Cushion Completed, Novelty

5818   Cushion Completed, Woven

5819   Cushion Completed, Latch Hook

5820  Cushion Completed, Pieced & Quilted

5821   Cushion Completed, Stamp & Quilted

 

Premiums  $3   2   1   1   1

Lot #  Description

 

5822   Handkerchief, Crocheted edge

5823   Handkerchief, Embroidered

5824   Handkerchief, Hairpin edge

5825   Handkerchief, Hem stitch

5826   Handkerchief, Tatting edge

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #  Description  

 

5827   Luncheon Cloth, Crocheted edge

5828   Luncheon Cloth, Crocheted solid

5829   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Applique

5830   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered Crewel Work

5831   Luncheon Cloth, Cross Stitch

5832   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Cut Work

5833   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Drawn Work

5834   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Eyelet

5835   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Outline

5836   Luncheon Cloth, Embroidered, Solid

5837   Luncheon Cloth, Tatting edge

Premiums  $4   3   3   2   1

Lot #  Description

 

5838    Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Crocheted                                                      

5839    Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Crocheted solid

5840    Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered Applique                          

5841    Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered, Crewel

5842   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered, Cross stitch                                  

5843   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered,  Cut work

5844   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered, Drawn work

5845   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered Eyelets

5846   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidered, Outline

5847   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Embroidery, Solid

5848   Luncheon Cloth, w/Napkins, Tatting Edge

5849   Pictures and Wall Hangings, Quilted (framed and wired to be hung)

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5850   Pictures & Wall Hangings, Crewel Work

5851    Pictures & Wall Hangings,  Embroidery

5851    Pictures & Wall Hangings, Needlepoint

5853   Pictures & Wall Hangings,  Novelty

5852   Pictures & Wall Hangings, Latch Hook

5855   Pictures & Wall Hangings,  Cross Stitch (not counted)

 

Premiums  $3   2   2   1   1

Lot #  Description

 

5856   Pillow Cases, Crocheted Edge, 1 pair

5857   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Applique, 1 pair

5857   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Crewel Work, 1 pair

5859   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Cross Stitch, 1 pair

5858   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Cut work, 1 pair

5861   Pillow Cases, Embroidered,  Drawn Work, 1 pair

5859   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Outline, 1 pair

5863   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Solid, 1 pair

5860   Pillow Cases, Embroidered, Tatting Edge, 1 pair

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #   Description

 

5865   Scarf, Crochet edge

5866   Scarf, Crochet solid

5867   Scarf, Embroidered Applique

5868   Scarf, Embroidered Crewel Work

5869   Scarf, Embroidered Cross Stitch

5870   Scarf, Embroidered Cut Work

5871   Scarf, Embroidered Drawn Work

5872   Scarf, Embroidered Outline

5873   Scarf, Embroidered Solid

5874   Scarf, Tatting edge

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #   Description

 

5875   Crocheted Edge, Tablecloth

5876   Crocheted solid Tablecloth

5877   Crewel Work, Embroidered Tablecloth

5879   Cut Work Embroidered Tablecloth

5880   Drawn Work Embroidered Tablecloth

5881   Outline Embroidered Tablecloth

5882   Solid Embroidered Tablecloth

5883   Cross Stitch Embroidered Tablecloth

5884   Tatting Edge Tablecloth

5885   Textile Painting Tablecloth

5886   Table Runner, Quilted

Premiums  $3  2  1  1  1

Lot #   Description

 

5887   Towels, Crocheted, edge

5888   Applique Embroidered Towels

5889   Crewel Work Embroidered Towel

5890   Cross Stitch Embroidered Towel

5891   Cut Work Embroidered Towels

5892   Drawn Work Embroidered Towels

5893   Outline Embroidered Towels

5894   Solid Embroidery Towels

5895   Painted Towels

5896   Tatting Edge Towels

5897   Woven Towels

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5898   Wall hangings Pieced & Quilted

5899   Wall hangings Stamped & Quilted

Premiums  $3  2  2  1  1

Lot #   Description

 

5900   Other Needlework

 

Department 18

Class 3 - Wearing Apparel - Adult
Premiums  $3  2  1  1  1

Lot#  Description    

 

5901   Caps, Crocheted

5902   Caps, Knitted

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5903  Coats, Crocheted

5904 Coats, Knitted

Premiums  $4  3  2   2   1

Lot #  Description

 

5905 Dress, Crocheted

5906 Dress, Knitted

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5907 Hat & Scarf Set, Crocheted

5908 Hat & Scarf Set, Knitted

 

Premiums  $3  2   2   1   1

Lot #  Description

 

5909   Crocheted Mittens/Gloves Adult

5910   Crocheted Mittens/Gloves child

5911    Mittens/gloves Knitted Adult

5912    Mittens/gloves knitted Child

5913    Socks slippers & booties Adult

5914    Socks slippers & booties Child 

Premiums  $4  3   2   2   1

Lot #  Description

 

5915  Stole or Shawl                                                                                                   

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5916  Suit, Crocheted

5917  Suit, Knitted

5918 Sweater Cardigan, Childs Crocheted

5919 Sweater Cardigan, Childs Knitted

5920 Sweater Cardigan, Mens Crocheted

5921 Sweater Cardigan, Mens Knitted

5922 Sweater Cardigan, Womens Crocheted

5923 Sweater Cardigan, Womens Knitted

 

Premiums  $4  3  2   1   1

Lot #  Description

 

5924   Sweater Pullover, sleeveless Child’s Crocheted

5925   Sweater Pullover, sleeveless Child’s Knitted

5926   Sweater Pullover, sleeveless Man’s Crocheted

5927   Sweater Pullover, sleeveless Man’s Knitted

5928   Sweater pullover, sleeveless Women’s Crocheted

5929   Sweater pullover, sleeveless Women’s Knitted

5930   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Child’s Crocheted

5931   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Child’s Knitted

5932   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Man’s Crocheted

5933   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Man’s Knitted

5934   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Women’s Crocheted

5935   Sweater pullover, w/sleeves, Women’s Knitted

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot #  Description

 

5938   Baby wear; Sweater, Cap & Bootie Set Crocheted

5939   Baby Wear, Sweater, Cap & Bootie Set Knitted

 

Premiums  $3  2   2   1   1

Lot #  Description

 

5940   Baby wear, Afghan Crochet

5941   Baby wear, Afghan Knit

5942   Baby wear, Misc. Crochet

5943   Baby wear, Misc. Knit

Premiums  $4  3  2   1   1
Lot #  Description  

 

5945   Vest, Crocheted

5946   Vest, Knitted

5947   Poncho, Crocheted

5948   Poncho, Knitted

5949   Cape, Crocheted

5950   Cape, Knitted

Premiums  $8   7   6   5   4

Lot #   Description

 

5953   Afghans Small <48"x60"

5954   Afghans Medium <60"x72"

 

Premiums  $12  11   10   8   6

Lot #  Description

 

5955   Afghans Large >60”x 72” Crocheted

5956   Afghans Large > 60”x 72” Knitted

5957   Afghans Large >60" x 72"

 

Premiums  $4   3   2   2   1

Lot #  Description

 

5960  Carriage Robe, Crocheted

5961   Carriage Robe, Knitted

 

Premiums  $3   2   2   1   1

Lot #   Description

5962 Collars, Crocheted

5963 Collars, Knitted

5964 Dolls, Crocheted

5965 Dolls, Knitted

5966 Doll clothes, Crocheted

5967 Doll clothes, Knitted

5968 Misc. Useful Article, Crocheted

5969 Misc. Useful Article, Knitted

5970 Other

 

Department 18

Class 4 - Rugs

Premiums  $10   8   6   4   2

Lot #   Description

 

5960   Braided Rug, Cotton

5961    Braided Rug, Man-made fiber

5962   Braided Rug, Wool

5963   Braided Rug, Mixed Fabrics

5964   Rug, Crochet, Cotton

5965   Rug, Crochet, Man-made fiber

5966   Rug, Crochet, Wool

5967   Rug, Crochet, Mixed Fiber

5968   Rug, Hook, Cotton

5969   Rug, Hook, Man-Made Fiber

5970   Rug, Hook, Wool

5971   Rug, Hook, Mixed Fiber

5972   Rug, Knit, Cotton

5973   Rug, Knit, Man-made fiber

5974   Rug, Knit, Wool

5975   Rug, Knit, Mixed Fabric

5976   Rug, Latch Hook, Man-Made fiber

5977   Rug, Latch Hook Wool

5978   Rug, Woven, Cotton

5979   Rug, Woven, Man-made fiber

5980   Rug, Woven, Wool

5981   Rug, Woven, Mixed Fabric

5982   Rug, Novelty, Man-made fiber

5983   Rug, Novelty, Natural Fiber

5984   Other

Department 18

Class 5 - Mats                                                                                              

Premiums   $3   2   1   1   1

Lot #   Description

 

6401    Mat, Braided, Cotton                                                                       

6402    Mat, Braided, Man-made fiber

6403    Mat, Braided, Wool                                                                                         

6404    Mat, Braided, Mixed Fiber

6405    Mat, Braided, Felt                                                                                            

6406    Mat, Crochet, Cotton

6407    Mat, Crochet, Man-made fiber                                            

6408   Mat, Crochet, Wool

6409   Mat, Crochet, Mixed fiber

6410   Mat, Hook, Cotton

6411   Mat, Hook, Man-made fiber

6412   Mat, Hook, Wool

6413   Mat, Hook, Mixed Fabric

6414   Mat, Knit, Cotton

6415   Mat, Knit, Man-made fiber

6416   Mat, Knit, Wool

6417   Mat, Knit, Mixed fiber

6418   Mat, Woven, Cotton

6419   Mat, Woven, Man-made fiber

6420   Mat, Woven, Wool

6421   Mat, Woven, Mixed fiber

6422   Other

Department 18

Class 6 - Pot Holders

Premiums  $2   2   1   1   1

Lot #   Description

 

6423   Pot Holder, Braided, Cotton

6424   Pot Holder, Braided, Man-made fiber

6425   Pot Holder, Braided, Wool

6426   Pot Holder, Braided, Mixed fiber

6427   Pot Holder, Crocheted, Cotton

6428   Pot Holder, Crocheted, man-made fiber

6429   Pot Holder, Crocheted, Wool

6430   Pot Holder, Crocheted, mixed fiber

6431   Pot Holder, Hook, Cotton

6432   Pot Holder, Hook, Man-made fiber

6433   Pot Holder, Hook, Wool

6435   Pot Holder, Knit, Cotton

6436   Pot Holder, Knit, man-made fiber

6437   Pot Holder, Knit, Wool

6439   Pot Holder, Woven, Cotton

6440   Pot Holder, Woven, Man-made fiber

6441   Pot Holder, Woven, Wool

6443   Other

 

Department 18

Class 7 - Hand Quilts Class 8 - Machine Quilts

Premiums  $12   11   10   8   6

Lot #   Description

 

6445   Quilt, Applique, Conventional

6446   Quilt, Applique, Floral

6447   Quilt, Applique, Novelty

6448   Quilt, Applique, Machine

6449   Quilt, Pieced, Conventional

6450   Quilt, Pieced, Floral

6451   Quilt, Pieced, Novelty

6452   Quilt, Embroidered, Novelty

6453   Quilt, Embroidered, Floral

6454   Quilt, Crib, Miscellaneous

6455   Quilt, All White

6456   Quilt, Crib, Quilted

6457   Quilt, Crib, Knotted

6458   Quilt, Crib, Embroidered

6459   Quilt, Quilted Design

6460   Quilt, Comfort Knotted or Tied

6461   Quilt, Miscellaneous

6462   Quilt, Machine Pieced

6463   Quilt, Rag

 
 
 
 
 

Art - Photography - Crafts - Department 19

Art and Photography - Superintendent: Sue Kreamer (570-658-3574); Committee Heather Heeter, Clayla Baker
Handcrafts-Superintendent: Margie Krebs (570-658-4081); Committee: Carole Morgan, Amy Stauffer

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. Painting must have been done by the exhibitor & finished since last year’s fair.

  3. "Original" means not copied.

  4. All oil and acrylic paintings must be done on canvas, wood, or metal (not just paper), framed (stretched canvas is accepted) and wired to be hung. If frames are not wired, they cannot be judged.

  5. All paintings must be completely dry when entered. Wet paintings will be disqualified.

  6. One painting may be entered by an exhibitor per lot#.

  7. Anything that is not an oil/acrylic painting must have cardboard on back.

  8. Professional photographers welcome; however, no customers portraits may be entered

  9. ALL photography is required to be 8 x 10 and will be placed in ziplock bags for display. No frames allowed.

 

Department 19

Class 1- Art & Photography-Adult

Premiums  $20   15   10   7   5

Lot# Description

 

6501   Oil Color/Acrylics, Landscape

6502   Oil Color/Acrylics, Still Life

6503   Oil Color/Acrylics, People

6504   Oil Color/Acrylics, Animals

6505   Oil Color/Acrylics, Abstracts

 

Premiums  $6   5   4   3   2

Lot #  Description

 

6506    Water Color                                                                                                     

6507    Crayon

6508   Charcoal

6509   Pen and Ink

6510   Graphics

6511   Mixed Media (2 or more)

6512   Pastel

6513   Pencil Drawing, Gray Lead

6528   Pencil Drawing, Colored Lead

6514    Photograph, Color, Landscape/Seascape

6515    Photograph, Color, Still Life

6516    Photograph, Color, People/Animals

6517    Photograph, B&W, Landscape/Seascape

6518    Photograph, B&W, Still Life

6519    Photograph, B&W, People/Animals

6520   Painting on Fabric

6521    Metal Repousse

6522    Collage (must be placed on a 14x22” poster board)

6523    Sculpture, Hand Built

6524   Photograph, Digital

6525   Other

6526   Best of Show Painting (RIBBON for premium)

6527    Scratch Board

 

Department 19

Class 2 - Handcrafts-Adult

Handcrafts - Superintendent: Margie Krebs; Committee: Carole Morgan

 

  1. Refer also to General Rules.

  2. This section includes handmade articles. No commercial articles will be accepted.

  3. All entries must be made by the exhibitor since last year's fair.

  4. Ceramic articles should have identification marks to indicate that they are originals.

  5. Quality, not size, determines prize worthiness.

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

6600   Bead Work

6601   Ceramics

6602   Corn Husk Article

6603   Counted Cross Stitch, Picture

6604   Counted Cross Stitch, other useful articles

6648   Counted Cross Stitch, Stamped

6605   Cone and Nut Work

6606   Creative Christmas Article - Wooden

6606   Creative Christmas Article - Quilted

6608   Creative Christmas Article - Painted

6607   Creative Christmas Article - Misc.

6610   Creative Flower/Dried Flower

6608   Decoupage

6612    Doll, Creative and Traditional

6609   Hand Built or Thrown Pottery

6614    Hand Weaving

6610   Jewelry, Hand Crafted

6616   Leather Work

6611    Macramé

6618  Metal craft

6612   Model made by Exhibitor

6620  Painted Novelties-Household Article

6613   Painted Novelties-Decorative

6622   Painted Novelties-Furniture

6614   Painted Novelties-Misc.

6624   Paper Craft

6615   Plaster of Paris

6626   Plastic Canvas Work

6616   Sand Art

6628   Scrapbook-Travel

6617    Scrapbook-Baby

6630   Scrapbook-Family

6618    Scrapbook-Misc.

6632   Seed Work

6619    Shell Work

6634   Soap Carving

6620   Straw Work

6636   String Art

6621   Stuffed Toys

6638  Wood Burning

6622   Wood Carving

6640   Woodcraft-Wooden Toy

6623    Woodcraft-Household Article

6642   Woodcraft-Decorative 

6643   Woodcraft-Furniture

6644   Woodcraft-Misc.

6645   Woodworking, Scrolling

6646   Woven Basket

6647   Miscellaneous

Premiums  $6   5   4   3   2

Lot #  Description

 

6650 Hobby made by exhibitor, 5 or more spec.

Group Exhibits - Department 20

Valerie Fry, Exhibit Booths

 

  1. Refer to General Rules.

  2. Each exhibitor will be provided with a standard size space, 8 ft. long, 6 ft high and 4 ft. deep, except Lot #’s 6707-6718 which will be provided a space (table top space) 4 ft. long, 2 ft. deep and 2 ft. high. These table top displays must be constructed of plywood, chip board, Masonite, etc. to insure that they will remain standing throughout the fair. Poster board or cardboard frames will not be accepted.

  3. The exhibits may be stationary or have mechanical motion. Electrical power will be furnished for mechanical exhibits.

  4. Entries for group exhibits must be made with Valarie Fry by Friday prior to the fair at beaverfair@gmail.com, subject - Group Exhibits.

  5. Grade School exhibits will be limited to the first eight grades. These exhibits may be made by individual rooms, two (2) or more rooms, by a school as a whole, or as a district as a whole.

  6. High School exhibits will be limited to grades nine (9) through twelve (12).

  7. Community Organization Exhibits will be limited to any community or church organization.

  8. All crepe paper used in the booth must be of fireproof type.

  9. Exhibitors must supply all materials, tools, tables, etc. for construction and display of booth.

  10. Attempts will be made to limit the number of small booths to not more than (3) per class. When larger numbers are entered in a class the fair committee reserves the right to reorganize the entries as necessary to provide fair competition for all booths entered.

 

Premiums $75    60     50     35    35

Lot#  Description

 

6701   FFA or Vo-Ag Exhibit (8’x6’x4’)

6702   Grade School Exhibit (8'x6'x4')

6703   Home Economics/FCCLA (8’x6’x4’)

6704   Comm. Org (not aff w/school) (8’x6’x4’)

6705   4-H Club Exhibit (8'x6'x4')

6706   Jr. FFA (grade 7-8), (8'x6'x4')

 

Codes 6701 - 6706 are meant to be standard size booths (8’x6’x4’) and are to be self-contained and consist of a booth with a: floor, sides, back and ceiling. The booths are also to have self-contained lighting (120 volt) and/or motion to further emphasize the point (s) that is/are to be made. Booths not conforming to these specifications will, at the direction of the judges, be awarded one-half of the premium to which they would otherwise be entitled.

 

Premiums $20     15     10     5     5

Lot#  Description

6707   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Wildlife

6708   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Soils

6709   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Forestry

6710   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2’) Safety

6711    H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Water

6712   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x21’) Air

6713   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Tractor

6714   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Farm machinery

6715   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2) Animals

6716   H.S. Class or Org (4’x2’x2’) Shop

6717   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Electric

6718   H.S. Class or Org (4'x2'x2') Other

 

Lot# 6707 - 6718 are meant to be tabletop exhibits (4’x2’x2’) that are intended to be self-contained and consist of a booth with a floor, sides, and back.

Apiary & Maple - Department 23

Committee: Dave Voss

Department 23

Class 1 - Apiary Products

Premiums  $10    8    6    4    2

Lot#  Description                 

 

5261    Bees, any race, 1 frame observation hive, judged on uniformity of color of bees, presence of Queen, brood & honey, cleanliness & appearance of observation hive. 

 

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description     

 

5262   Light comb honey, (2) sections

5263   Dark comb honey, (2) sections

Comb honey to be judged on perfection in filling, capping, uniformity, neatness and cleanliness of section

5264   Light extracted honey, (2) containers

5265   Amber extracted honey, (2) containers

5266   Dark amber extracted honey, (2) containers.
Judged on body, clarity, cleanliness

5267   Finely crystallized honey, (2) containers

5268   Beeswax, not <  2 lbs. Judged on color & purity

 

Department 23

Class 2 - Maple Syrup and Products

Premiums  $5  1

Lot#  Description

 

5269   Maple syrup, 1 glass container

5270   Maple sugar, 1 pound

5271   Soft maple cream, 1 pound

5273   Maple sugar, small individual cakes, < 1 pound

Antique Farm Machinery - Department 24 

Committee: Tommy Lash (570-600-2296)

 

  1. All equipment must be in operating condition and should indicate the year it was manufactured, if known.

  2. Entries can only be operated at the discretion of the management.

  3. Each exhibitor must secure an exhibitor’s number. Numbers can be obtained on the grounds Sunday and Monday during registration times.

  4. Exhibits must remain on display until 10:00pm on Saturday of the fair.

  5. Please remove any and all name sign (identifying owner) from equipment until judging is finished on Monday night of fair.

 

Premiums  $12     $8     $5

Lot#  Description

 

1001   Tillage-Plows, Cultivator

1002   Planting-Equip use in planting

1003   Harvesting-Harvester, Threshers

1004   Process of Crop-grinders, press

1005   Wagons, sleds, carts

1006   Steam engines-station/portable

1007   Gas engines, up to 1930

1008   Gas engines, 1931-1960

1009   Tractor & power unit <1940 restored

1010   Tractor & power unit<1940 working

1011    Tractor & power unit 1941-1975 restored

1012   Tractor & power unit 1941-1975 working

1013   Walking Tractor

1014   Misc. Equipment

1015   Lawn & Garden Tractors >1975

 

Premiums  $20

Lot#  Description 

 

1016    Best of Show Tractor classes 1009-1012

1017    Best of Show class 1013, 1015

1018    Best of Show class 1006-1008

1019    Best of Show classes 1001-1005, 1014

 

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