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GARDEN VEGETABLES

Class 7

Exhibits to be in for judging by 1 p.m. Friday, August 12th and must be removed before Saturday, August 13th

4p.m.

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

Section

  • 1.

    Three litres red potatoes

  • 2.

    Three litres white potatoes

  • 3.

    Ten green beans

  • 4.

    Five yellow cooking onions

  • 5.

    Five Spanish onions

  • 6.

    Five long cylindrical red beets

  • 7.

    Five red beets

  • 8.

    Ten yellow beans

  • 9.

    One litre pickling onions

  • 10.

    One litre little top onions

  • 11.

    Five carrots

  • 12.

    Two heads of broccoli

  • 13.

    Two sunflower heads

  • 14.

    Five sweet green peppers

  • 15.

    Five hot peppers

  • 16.

    Five red tomatoes

  • 17.

    Five cherry tomatoes

  • 18.

    Two cauliflower

  • 19.

    Two red cabbages

  • 20.

    Two white cabbages

  • 21.

    Two zucchini

  • 22.

    Two muskmelons

  • 23.

    Two watermelons

  • 24.

    Two bunches of celery

  • 25.

    Two eggplants

  • 26.

    Six ears of sweet corn

  • 27.

    Five slicing cucumbers

  • 28.

    Ten pickling cucumbers

  • 29.

    Longest cucumber

  • 30.

    Giant Vegetable Competition Largest (measured by

weight), garden or field, named

31. Special Largest and best collection of garden vegetables, no fewer than 10 varieties, 2 of each kind. Arrangement to count.

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INTERMEDIATE CANNING Class 12 Intermediate canning points are the same as Class 11 but these points will be added to the Intermediate Baking points

to determine top winner. PRIZE MONEY All sections below

1st- $6.00

2nd - $5.00

3rd - $4.00

1. Salsa

2. Applesauce

3. Strawberry Jam

DOMESTIC NEEDLECRAFT Class 13

COMMITTEE:…………..Dorothy Kilgour (519) 289-5822 Judith Chamberlain, Carol Huston, Karen Fletcher, Clara Carruthers, Ann Findley Rules All exhibits in this class must be the work of the exhibitor and may have been shown one year previously. The exhibitor will be allowed only one entry per section. Judges of needlecraft are authorized by the directors of the society to discard all soiled, defaced, or old work, and instructed to award prizes to new and up to date work. In cases of no competition, unless exhibit is worthy, the prize will be withheld. Please use safety pins wherever possible to attach entry tags. Please attach a sample of material/yarn to your entry tag. NO FIRST PRIZES AWARDED TO ENTRIES WITHOUT A SAMPLE ATTACHED. ALL ITEMS TO BE NEEDLEWORK. All entries must be in by Friday Aug. 12 at 1:00 pm and removed Saturday Aug 13 at 4:00 pm

POINT SYSTEM: 1st - 5 points

2nd - 3 points

3rd - 2 points

In case of a tie, the award will go to the exhibitor with the most first prizes. Please use MELBOURNE ENTRY TAGS on all exhibits Last years winner is not eligible for first place PRIZE MONEY (Sections 1 to 21) 1st - $5.00 · 2nd - $4.00 · 3rd - $3.00 Samples must be attached to every entry.

  • 1.

    Two co-ordinated kitchen accessories

  • 2.

    Casserole carrier

  • 3.

    Pair of pillowslips, embroidered

  • 4.

    Hand knit article by a NOVICE

  • 5.

    Baby‘s toy (child safe) Any Medium

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