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  • 6.

    Cushion, practical (washable)

  • 7.

    Cushion, fancy

  • 8.

    Crocheted article by NOVICE

  • 9.

    Article made with Speciality yarns

  • 10.

    Two placemats, not woven

  • 11.

    Pot holders- two practical

  • 12.

    Pot holders - 2 decorative

  • 13.

    Dressed doll- sewn outfit

  • 14.

    Dressed Doll, knitted or crocheted outfit

  • 15.

    Any article made from a square metre of material

  • 16.

    Your environmentally friendly tote bag

  • 17.

    Useful article made from left over yarn. Knitted or crocheted. Not

afghan.

  • 18.

    Two Crocheted Coasters no Larger than 6‖ diameter

  • 19.

    Sewn Scrapbook Cover

  • 20.

    Hand Made Teddy Bear

  • 21.

    Article made by Swedish Weaving

LADIES AND MENS WEAR Samples attached to every entry. Prizes: section 22-36 $5.00, $4.00, $3.00.

  • 22.

    Sweater, knitted cardigan

  • 23.

    Sweater, knitted pullover

  • 24.

    Knitted adult Socks

  • 25.

    Bedroom slippers, knitted or crocheted.

  • 26.

    Knitted hat and scarf or mittens

  • 27.

    Crocheted hat and scarf or mittens

  • 28.

    Knitted or crocheted jewellery, 2 or 3 pieces

  • 29.

    Hand decorated sweat or T-shirt

  • 30.

    Ladies blouse, washable

  • 31.

    Ladies two piece outfit, jacket, pants or skirt

  • 32.

    Lounge Pants

  • 33.

    Half apron for special occasions

  • 34.

    BBQ set, apron and mitts

  • 35.

    Night shirt

  • 36.

    Ladies purse, knitted or crocheted

CHILDRENS WEAR A sample must be attached to every entry. Prizes: Sections 37-47 $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

  • 37.

    Baby bib- practical

  • 38.

    Baby bib- special occasion

  • 39.

    Child's play apron

  • 40.

    Child‘s Slippers

  • 41.

    Child‘s‘ Pyjamas or night shirt

  • 42.

    Child's dress

  • 43.

    Child's sweater, knitted or crocheted

  • 44.

    Infant's crocheted sweater and bonnet

  • 45.

    Infant's knitted sweater and bonnet

  • 46.

    Infant's dress knitted or crocheted

  • 47.

    Child's hat, mittens or scarf (two pieces knitted or crocheted)

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11. Soybeans, Ekfrid (Southwest Middlesex), 3 stalks of soybeans must be shown. Maximum of 20 points to be awarded for soybean show.

12. Pioneer Hi-Bred Special. Sponsored by Allan & Janice Merrick. 5 cobs of field corn, judged on quality

and appearance. Prize money 1st - $15

2nd - $12

3rd - $8

FRUIT Class 6

To be ready for judging by 1:00 p.m., Friday, August 12th, 2011, and must be removed at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13th, 2011

COMMITTEE………………….….Rick McCracken, Shawn McCann, Bruce Carruthers

Section - Apples

  • 1.

    Five Mutsu apples

  • 2.

    Five Gala apples

  • 3.

    Five Golden Delicious apples

  • 4.

    Five Lodi, transparent apples

  • 5.

    Five Paula Red

  • 6.

    Special display of home grown fruit artistically

arranged for table in suitable container

  • 7.

    3 litre basket Early Mac

  • 8.

    3 litre basket Red Delicious

  • 9.

    3 litre basket Cortland

  • 10.

    3 litre basket Jonagold

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2nd

3rd

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11. Best bushel of Macs and best bushel of Empire. Earl Elliott · Five apples of each variety to be shown ing. Bushels to be given to donor later in season.

$25 each donated by at the fair for judg-

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    Three bunches green grapes

  • 13.

    3 litre basket plums, any variety named

  • 14.

    3 litre basket peaches, any variety named

  • 15.

    3 litre basket pears, any variety named

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