DEPARTMENT 14 FRUITS AND NUTS

DEPARTMENT 14 FRUITS AND NUTS • Youth may not enter in this department - please use Department 11. • Exhibitor must have five specimens as nearly alik...
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DEPARTMENT 14 FRUITS AND NUTS • Youth may not enter in this department - please use Department 11. • Exhibitor must have five specimens as nearly alike as possible or entry will not be judged. • In selecting fruit for exhibition, choose specimens that would bring the best market price. • Do not select the largest; select a medium, uniform size. • All fruits are to be raised by the exhibitor. • Fruits and vegetables must be clean to be judged • Trueness to variety, uniformity in size, shape and color, condition, and maturity are important factors in judging.

PREMIUMS APPLES - 5 specimens 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Cortland Red Delicious Golden Delicious Jonathan Macintosh Rome Staymen Yellow Transparent Baldwin Northern Spy Russet Summer Rombo Crab apple - 1 qt. Any other

PEACHES - 5 specimens 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Alberta Golden jubilee Hale Haven Red Haven Any other

SECTION 2 NUTS PREMIUMS $3.00 $2.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

SECTION 1 FRUIT $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 PEARS - 5 specimens 20. 21. 22. 23.

Bartlett Keifer Seckel Any other

GRAPES - plate with 2 bunches.

PLUMS - 5 specimens 24. 25. 26. 27.

Blue Damson German prune Green gage Any other QUINCES - 5 specimens 28. Quince BERRIES - single plate, 1 pint 29. Blackberry 30. Blueberry 31. Currant 32. Elderberry 33. Raspberry, black 34. Raspberry, red 35. Strawberry 36. Any other

37. 38. 39. 40.

White Red Concord Any other

MISCELLANEOUS 41. Any other $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 42. Fruit Basket 5 or more kinds of fruits attractively displayed in a basket, 2 of each kind.

Daniel L. Baker, V.M.D.

$1.00

John M. Jones, D.V.M.

American Black or English Walnut - 6 specimens Butternut - 6 specimens Hazelnut - 6 specimens American or Chinese Chestnuts - 6 spec. Hickory - 6 specimens Any other - 6 specimens

Nicole Grable, D.V.M. Kaitlyn Boatnsht, V.M.D. 3432 Valley View Road P.O. Box 488 Clark, PA 16113 Phone: (724) 962-3557 OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 41

DEPARTMENT 15 HOME AND DAIRY PRODUCTS *See also Special Baking Contest Rules on page 29 SECTION 1 BAKED PRODUCTS • Exhibitor must have the number of items stated or entry will not be judged. • All products must be made by the exhibitor. • No commercial products. • All exhibits must be made from scratch - ABSOLUTELY NO MIXES! • No Bread machine loaves of bread except in class 11. • Entries in “Section 1" may be auctioned off soon after judging. A portion will remain for display. Proceeds will benefit the Harvest Home Fair Association.

PREMIUMS

$5.00

YEAST ROLLS, 6 rolls 13. Cinnamon rolls 14. Doughnuts 15. White rolls 16. Whole wheat 17. Parkerhouse 18. Sticky Buns 19. Any other BUTTER CAKES, iced 20. Chocolate layer 21. Spice or carrot 22. White layer 23. Yellow layer 24. Cupcakes - 6 any kind 25. Any other

QUICK BREADS 1. ½ doz. Scones 2. Corn bread, four 3x3 pieces 3. ½ doz. Muffins 4. Nut or Fruit Bread 5. Coffee cake 6. Biscuits - 6 7. Any other YEAST BREADS, 1 loaf in bag, no fork marks

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

White bread Whole wheat bread Raisin bread Bread Machine Any other

PREMIUMS CANDY - ½ lb. or 6 pieces 39. Chocolate covered 40. Chocolate fudge 41. Divinity fudge 42. Fondant 43. Light fudge 44. Mints 45. Sea foam 46. Any other

$4.00

$4.00

$3.00 COOKIES - ½ dozen 47. Bar 48. Brownies 49. Dropped 50. Filled 51. Pressed 52. Rolled and Cut out 53. Sliced/Refrigerator 54. Whoopie pies 55. No-Bake 56. Any other

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$3.00 CAKES, not iced 26. Angel food 27. Chiffon 28. Sponge 29. Any other PIES - Baked 30. One crust 31. Two crust SUGAR FREE (recipe must accompany) 32. Quick bread 33. Cake 34. Candy - 6 pieces 35. Dessert bars - 6 36. Muffins - 6 37. Pie 38. Any other

$2.00 ANY OTHER DESSERT 57. Any other dessert (Must not need refrigeration) MISC. HOME PRODUCTS 58. Noodles 59. Soap 60. Skin creams 61. Any other home product

DEPARTMENT 15 - continued SECTION 2 CANNED OR DRIED GOODS • All exhibits must have been made since August of last year. • Use standard clear glass quart/pint jars with 2-piece, self-sealing lids. • NOTE: RULES FOR JARS! No rings, but must be sealed. • No paraffin wax on jams and jellies. • Judges may open jars at their discretion to determine First Place and/or Best of Show • Entries judged on quality, general appearance, and container. PREMIUMS CLASS # CANNED FRUITS 1. Apples 2. Applesauce 3. Blackberries 4. Blueberries 5. Cherries, dark 6. Cherries, red 7. Cherries, white 8. Currants 9. Elderberries 10. Grapes 11. Peaches 12. Pears 13. Plums 14. Raspberries, black 15. Raspberries, red 16. Rhubarb 17. Any other SPICED FRUITS 18. Apple 19. Cherry 20. Peaches 21. Pears 22. Watermelon 23. Any other

$3.00

$2.00

$1.00 CLASS #

CLASS #

CANNED VEGETABLES -continued 34. Broccoli 35. Cabbage 36. Carrots 37. Corn 38. Peas 39. Pumpkin 40. Sauerkraut 41. Succotash 42. Tomatoes 43. Vegetable Soup 44. Mixed Vegetable 45. Any other DRIED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 46. Apples 47. Corn 48. Peaches 49. Pears 50. Plums 51. Any other DRIED MEATS 52. Beef Jerky 53. Venison Jerky 54. Any other

64. Cucumber, Bread/Butter 65. Cucumber, Dill 66. Cucumber, Mixed 67. Cucumber, Mustard 68. Cucumber, Sweet 69. Cucumber, Sour 70. Pepper, hot 71. Pepper, sweet 72. Piccalilli 73. Tomato, green 74. Zucchini, sweet 75. Zucchini, dill 76. Any other CANNED RELISHES 77. Corn 78. Cucumber 79. Pepper 80. Any other VEGETABLE BASED SAUCES 81. Catsup 82. Chili 83. Spaghetti Sauce 84. Any other JUICES - judged on flavor, color and clarity. 85. Apple 86. Grape 87. Tomato 88. Other Juice

CANNED PIE FILLING 24. Apple 25. Blueberry 26. Cherry 27. Peach 28. Any other

CANNED MEATS 55. Beef 56. Chicken 57. Pork 58. Sausage 59. Mincemeat 60. Any other

CANNED VEGETABLES 29. Asparagus 30. Beans, green 31. Beans, yellow 32. Beans, lima 33. Beets

PICKLED VEGETABLES- judged on size, uniformity, color, clearness and arrangement. 61. Beans 62.. Beets 63.. Cauliflower

DISPLAY BASKET $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 89. Display of any five varieties of canned fruits or vegetables in a basket.

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DEPARTMENT 15 - continued SECTION 3 BUTTERS, JAMS, AND JELLIES PREMIUMS

$3.00

$2.00

CLASS #

CLASS #

BUTTERS 1. Apple 2. Cherry 3. Grape 4. Peach 5. Pear 6. Plum 7. Tomato 8. Any other

JAMS - continued 14. Peach 15. Plum 16. Raspberry, black 17. Raspberry, red 18. Rhubarb 19. Strawberry 20. Any other

JAMS 9. Blackberry 10. Blueberry 11. Cherry 12. Currant 13. Elderberry

$1.00 CLASS #

JELLIES 21. Apple 22. Blackberry 23. Cherry 24. Crab apple 25. Currant 26. Elderberry 27. Grape 28. Hot Pepper 29. Mint 30. Peach

JELLIES - continued 31. Plum 32. Quince 33. Raspberry, black 34. Raspberry, red 35. Strawberry 36. Any other MARMALADES 37. Grape 38. Orange 39. Peach 40. Plum 41. Any other SYRUP (other than maple or honey based) 42. Any Fruit DISPLAY BASKET $4.00 $3.00 $2.00 43. Display of any five of above, one of each kind.

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DEPARTMENT 18 NEEDLECRAFT • Only one entry per class. No article can compete as more than one entry. • All clothing must be laundered and ironed. • Each exhibit will be judged on workmanship, worth of article, & appropriateness of fabric. • All articles must have been completed since August of last year.

SECTION 1 CLOTHING - (Machine Sewing) PREMIUMS $5.00 $4.00 $3.00 CLASS #

# 21. Lingerie, children’s 22. Lingerie, adult 23. Two-piece suit, men’s 24. Two-piece suit, women’s 25. Pants, boy’s/men's 26. Slacks or Capris, girl's/ladies 27. Costume 28. Any other garment CLASS

CHILDREN’S GARMENTS 1. Boy’s Suit (NB - size 6) 2. Boy’s Suit (size 7 - size 12) 3. Girl’s dress (NB - size 6) 4. Girl’s dress (size 7 - size 12) 5. Two or three piece girl's outfit 6. Two or three piece boy's outfit OTHER GARMENTS 7. Vest 8. Jumper 9. Sleeveless Dress 10. Dress with sleeves, one-piece 11. Dress with sleeves, two-piece 12. Evening dress, long 13. Evening wear dress, short 14. Coat 15. Boy's or men's shirt, with sleeves 16. Girls, ladies top, with sleeves 17. Boy's or men's shirt, sleeveless 18. Girl's or Ladies shirt, sleeveless 19. Skirt 20. Shorts or skort

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 29. Tote Bag 30. Apron 31. Man’s Tie 32. Hat 33. Purse, any fabric 34. Doll clothes 35. Table Runner 36. Quillo 37. Any other machine sewn item

SECTION 2 HAND NEEDLEWORK

CLASS

PREMIUMS

$5.00 1. Bedspreads a. b. c. d. e.

Crocheted Knitted Embroidered Woven Machine knitted

$4.00

$3.00

CLASS

PREMIUMS

$3.00 2. Centerpieces, under 12" a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n.

$2.00

Crocheted edge Crocheted solid Embroidered, applique Embroidered, crewel Embroidered, cross stitch Embroidered, eyelet Embroidered, outline Embroidered, solid Embroidered, counted cross stitch Knitted Solid tatting Tatting edge Woven Machine knitted

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$1.00

DEPARTMENT 18 SECTION 2 Continued NEEDLEWORK CLASS

PREMIUMS

CLASS PREMIUMS

$4.00 3. Centerpieces, over 12" a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n.

$3.00

$2.00

$3.00

$3.00

a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k.

a. b. c. d. e.

$2.00

Crewel Crocheted Embroidered Knitted Needlepoint Novelty Woven Machine knitted Hooked Quilted, hand Quilted, machine Candlewicking Cross stitch, stamped Counted cross stitch

$4.00 $3.00 5. Pictures (under 45" perimeter) a. b. c. d. e. f.

Crocheted edge Crocheted solid Counted cross stitch Embroidered, all other aspects Tatted edge

$4.00

$3.00

$2.00

9. Tablecloths a. b. c. d. e.

Crocheted edge Crocheted solid Counted cross stitch Embroidered, all other aspects Tatted edge

$3.00

$2.00

10. Towels a. b. c. d.

$2.00

Crewel Embroidered, counted cross stitch Embroidered, stamped pattern Needlepoint Candlewicking Quilted

Crocheted edge Counted cross stitch Embroidered, all other aspects Tatted edge

11. Handkerchiefs a. b. c. d. e.

6. Pictures (over 45" perimeter) a. b. c. d. e. f.

Crocheted edge Embroidered, applique Embroidered, crewel Embroidered, stamped cross stitch Embroidered, cut work Embroidered, drawn work Embroidered, eyelet Embroidered, outline Embroidered, solid Embroidered, counted cross stitch Tatted edge

8. Dresser scarves

4. Cushions and cushion tops a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n.

$1.00

7. Pillowcases

Crocheted edge Crocheted solid Embroidered, applique Embroidered, crewel Embroidered, cross stitch Embroidered, eyelet Embroidered, outline Embroidered, solid Embroidered, counted cross stitch Knitted Solid tatting Tatting edge Woven Machine knitted

$4.00

$2.00

Crewel Embroidered, counted cross stitch Embroidered, stamped pattern Needlepoint Candlewicking Quilted

Crocheted edge Embroidered Hairpin edge Hem stitch Tatted edge

12. Wearing apparel a. b. c.

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Caps/Hats, crocheted Caps/Hats, knitted Caps/Hats, machine knitted

$1.00

DEPARTMENT 18 SECTION 2 Continued NEEDLEWORK

CLASS PREMIUMS

$4.00

$3.00

CLASS PREMIUMS

$2.00

$4.00

12. Wearing apparel (continued) d. e. f. g. h. i.

Coat, crocheted Coat, knitted Coat, machine knitted Dress, crocheted Dress, knitted Dress, machine knitted

$3.00 j. k. l. m. n. o.

a. b. c.

$1.00

$2.00

a. b. c.

Crocheted Knitted Machine knitted

$3.00 a. b. c.

$1.00

$2.00

$1.00

Crocheted Knitted Machine knitted

$3.00

$2.00

$1.00

18. Useful articles - Hand Needlework

$4.00

a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l.

$3.00

Child’s, crocheted Child’s, knitted Child’s, machine knitted Man’s, crocheted Man’s, knitted Man’s, machine knitted Woman’s, crocheted Woman’s, knitted Woman’s, machine knitted

Needlecraft Christmas articles Christmas Ornaments (needlecraft) Napkins Placemats Plastic canvas Baby bib Pot Holder, crocheted Bed doll, crocheted Jewelry, crocheted Any other, crocheted Any other, knitted Any other, plastic canvis

$3.00

$2.00

$1.00

19. Large Wall Hanging/Banner/Flag (not framed) a. Applique b. Counted cross stitch c. Crewel d. Latch hook e. Needlepoint f. Quilted - picture panel g. Woven h. Any other needlework wall hanging

14. Sweater, pullover a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

$1.00

17. Miscellaneous (wearing apparel only)

13. Sweater, cardigan a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

$2.00

16. Hat, scarf & mitten set (must be 4 pieces)

p. Shawl, crocheted q. Poncho, crocheted r. Shawl, knitted s. Poncho, knitted t. Shawl machine knitted u. Poncho machine knitted

$5.00

$2.00

Crocheted Knitted Machine knitted

$3.00 $2.00

Mittens/Gloves, crocheted Mittens/Gloves, knitted Mittens/Gloves, machine knitted Socks/Slipper, crocheted Socks/Slippers, knitted Socks/Slippers, machine knitted

$3.00

$3.00

15. Sweater, cap & booties set (4 pieces)

Child’s, crocheted Child’s, knitted Child’s, machine knitted Man’s, crocheted Man’s, knitted Man’s, machine knitted Woman’s, crocheted Woman’s, knitted Woman’s, machine knitted

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DEPARTMENT 18 SECTION 3 AFGHANS AND QUILTS • Only one entry per class. • Each exhibit will be judged on workmanship, worth of article, and appropriateness of material. • All articles must have been completed since August of last year. CLASS

$3.00

PREMIUMS

$2.00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Baby Blanket, crocheted Baby Blanket, knitted Baby Blanket, embroidered Baby Blanket, lace Baby Blanket, woven Baby Blanket, machine knitted Baby Blanket, any other (needlework only)

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Lap robe, 48"x 60", crocheted Lap robe, 48"x 60", knitted Lap robe, 48"x 60", woven Lap robe, 48"x 60", machine knitted Lap robe, pieced (handwork) Lap robe, any other (needlework only)

$3.00

$2.00

$4.00

$3.00

$1.00

CLASS PREMIUMS

$4.00

Quilts, handmade a. Applique, conventional b. Applique, floral c. Applique, novelty d. Embroidered e. Pieced, conventional f. Pieced, floral g. Pieced, novelty h. Combination Appliqued and Pieced i. Any other (hand needlework only)

23.

Baby quilts, handmade a. Applique b. Embroidered c. Pieced d. Combination Appliqued and Pieced

$1.00

$2.00

$4.00

14. Afghan, less than 60"x72", crocheted 15. Afghan, less than 60"x72", knitted 16. Afghan, less than 60"x72", woven 17. Afghan, less than 60"x72", machine knitted

$5.00

$8.00 $5.00 $3.00

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$3.00

$2.00

24. Printed panel quilt a. Hand embroidered b. Machine sewn

$3.00

25. Quilts done totally by machine (no printed panels) a. Baby quilt b. Floral applique c. Conventional applique d. Novelty applique e. Floral pieced f. Conventional pieced g. Novelty pieced h. Lap robe/quilt, pieced i. Lap robe/quilt, any other machine work

18. Afghan, over 60"x72", crocheted 19. Afghan, over 60"x72", knitted 20. Afghan, over 60"x72", woven 21. Afghan, over 60"x72", machine knitted

SECTION 4 RUGS CLASS

PREMIUMS

$4.00

$3.00

$2.00

CLASS

3. Rug, large - over 60" a. Braided b. Crocheted c. Hooked d. Knitted 4. Rug, any other

1. Rug, small - under 30" a. b. c. d.

Braided Crocheted Hooked Knitted

2. Rug, medium - 30"x60" a. Braided b. Crocheted c. Hooked d. Knitted

e. f. g. h.

Knotted Wool Patches Woven Machine Knitted

e. f. g. h.

Knotted Wool Patches Woven Machine Knitted

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$6.00 e. f. g. h.

$5.00

Knotted Wool Patches Woven Machine Knitted

$4.00

DEPARTMENT 19 ARTS AND CRAFTS SECTION 1 PHOTOGRAPHY - PAINTINGS - DRAWINGS Entries in Section 1 are to be original work. Kits are allocated to "handcrafts"

• Only one entry per class. • All entries must have been completed since August of last year. Note: "completed" may mean the work was framed and/or matted for exhibit for the first time this year. • All work must be the original and must be the work of the exhibitor. • All work must be properly framed or matted, ready to hang. • All photo entries to be 8"x10", or larger unless otherwise specified. • Although the Fair will take all possible means to protect the exhibits, they cannot be held responsible or any loss or damage. • "Digitally altered" does not apply to cropping, deleting red eye, etc. Classes 1g and 2g are for the photographer who likes to experiment with unusual camera/computer features.

PHOTOGRAPHY PREMIUMS OTHER FINE ARTS PREMIUMS

$6.00 $8.00

CLASS

CLASS

1. Photography, black & white a. People b. Animal c. Flower(s) d. Landscape e. Sequence or related grouping of 3 more pictures (4x6's OK) f. Any other 2. Photography, color a. People b. Animal c. Flowers d. Landscape e. Action f. Sequence or related grouping of 3 more pictures (4x6's OK) g. Digitally Altered h. Any other 3. Photography, sepia a. People b. Animal c. Any other 4. Photography, other a. Celebrate! b. Tells a Story! 5. Oil Painting a. Landscape b. Animal c. Portrait d. Any other

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$4.00 $6.00

$2.00 $4.00

Acrylic Painting (not tempera) 11. Pain tin g on non- tr ad itio n a l materials a. Landscape a. Metal b. Animal b. Slate c. Portrait c. Wood d. Any other d. Stone or Rock (other than slate) 7. Water Color (not tempera) e. Any other a. Landscape 12. Sculpture b. Animal a. Clay c. Portrait b. Any other d. Any other 13. Mixed Media, one dimensional 8. Drawings 14. Mixed Media, three dimensional a. Pen and Ink, person 15. "Down on the Farm" - this category b. Pen and ink, animal is for several different media classes c. Pen and ink, landscape listed above. The art must depict d. Pen and Ink, any other something relating to Pennsylvania e. Charcoal, person agriculture or farm life. (Do not attempt f. Charcoal, animal to put your extra "flower" photograph in g. Charcoal, landscape this class.) Homemaker's chairperson h. Charcoal, any other will make final decision if qualification i. Pastel, person is questionable. j. Pastel, animal k. Pastel, landscape a. Color photography l. Pastel, any other b. Black and white or sepia m. Pencil, person photography n. Pencil, animal c. Oil or acrylic (not tempera) o. Pencil, landscape Painting p. Pencil, any other d. Watercolor 9. Prints c. Drawing - charcoal, pencil, a. Silk screen pastel, or pen & ink b. Linoleum 16. “Trampin’ Around Transfer” c. Any other a. photo or photo collection of 10. Etchings -original design historic significance. Include location. a. On glass b. photo (or collection) depicting b. On metal something of interest in Transfer. c. On any other surface Include location. c. painting depicting something of interest in Transfer. State location. d. drawing depicting something of interest in Transfer. State location. 17. Any other fine artwork worthy of display - this category is reserved for artwork that does not fit into any other class. It is not intended to accommodate extra duplicate exhibits. BEST OF SHOW ROSETTE (WHEREVER MERITED) 52

DEPARTMENT 19 ARTS AND CRAFTS - continued SECTION 2 HANDCRAFTS • Only one entry per class. • Entries must be the work of the exhibitor and been completed since August of last year. • Ceramic articles should have identification marks. • Although the Fair will take all possible means to protect the exhibits, it cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage.

PREMIUMS

$4.00

$3.00

CLASS # 1. Basketry 2. Batik 3. Bead work (not jewelry) 4. Beadwork, jewelry (one item) 5. Beadwork, jewelry (matching set of items) 6. Birdhouse, decorative only (not wood) 7. Birdhouse, functional (not wood) 8. Bird feeder, functional (not wood) 9. Ceramics, one medium or large piece - stained 10. Ceramics, one medium or large piece - glazed 11. Ceramics, a set of two or more - stained 12. Ceramics, a set of two or more - glazed 13. China painting 14. Cone, nut or seed work 15. Christmas ornament 16. Christmas Item, any other single handcraft 17. Christmas Items, any other set of items 18. Creative flowers, made of paper 19. Creative flowers, made of plastic 20. Creative pressed flowers 21. Decorative Clothing - sequins 22. Decorative Clothing - applique 23. Decorative Clothing - misc. (not fabric painting) 24. Decoupage 25. Designs in straw 26. Dolls - creative 27. Dolls - traditional 28. Doll - wedding 29. Duct Tape creation 30. Etching -on glass (non-original design) 31. Etching - on metal (non-original design) 32. Etching - on other (non-original design) 33. Fabric painting - clothing 34. Fabric painting - any other 35. Hand-woven pieces 36. Holiday ornament/object (not Christmas) 37. Jewelry, hand wrought (not beaded) 38. Kite 39. Leatherwork 40. Metal work, flat 41. Metal work, object 42. Macrame 43. Paint-by-Number painting

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$2.00

Paper craft - Quilling Paper craft - Paper mache Paper craft - Scherenschneitle Paper craft- origami, set of 2 or more Paper craft - origami, one very creative Punched tin Scrapbook -2 pages (related) Scrapbook -Cover Scrapcraft Shellwork - Wall hanging Shellwork - Any Other Stained glass - small or medium sun catcher Stained glass - small window or hanging Stained glass - three-dimensional piece Stained glass - lamp "Stained glass look" - plastic handcraft Stained glass - painted stain on glass Stamping - note card or stationery Stamping - any other Tie-dye, clothing Tie-dye, other Pottery or stoneware, thrown Pottery - creative Pottery - a matching set Puppet, hand Puppet, with rods Puppet, marionette Tole painting Toys (not wooden) Wall hanging (not wreath) Windchimes Windsock Woodwork - surface carved Woodwork - small whittled object Woodwork - chainsaw sculpture Woodwork - inlaid articles Woodwork - toy Woodwork - wood burning Woodwork - birdhouse/feeder Woodwork - bat house Woodwork - any other Wreath - natural materials Wreath - fabric Wreath - paper twist Wreath - any other Knotted pillow or blanket Miscellaneous

"Down On The Farm" - any craft depicting agriculture, life on a farm or an item useful on a farm. Homemaker's chairperson will make final decision if qualifications are questionable.

91. Down on the farm - single item 92. Down on the farm - group of items (2-6) 93. Down on the farm - large project

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SECTION 3 HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS PREMIUMS

$6.00

$4.00 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

CLASS 1. Caning 2. Refinished furniture 3. Outdoor furniture, large 4. Outdoor decorative lawn items, small

$2.00

Outdoor decorative lawn item, large New inside furniture Lathe work Household item Miscellaneous

DEPARTMENT 20 All Department 20 Entries must be pre-registered by August 15th GROUP EXHIBITS • Major Exhibits by granges, 4-H clubs or similar organizations should contribute to a letter understanding ui agriculture or agribusiness either through their educational value or their promotion of products. • A sale of items in itself shall not be considered a part of the exhibit. • The fair reserves the right to reject an exhibit not in good taste or not of merit in promoting agriculture or agribusiness. • Each group entering an exhibit deemed worthy of display will receive $20. • Displays may be setup anytime Monday, August 18th • Groups must be pre-registered in accordance with the Homemaker Entry rules (see page 27)

PRIZES:

1ST -$75

2ND -$50

3 R D - $3 0

4TH-$25

The judging of the group exhibits will follow these guidelines: Attracts Attention: .............................................................................................................................20 pts Use of color, motion, light, figures. While attention-getting is important, the reaction should be favorable. Unfavorable attention defeats its purpose. Arouse Interest:............................................................................................................................................10 pts Encourages additional study. Personal appeal to the type of viewer for whom the exhibit was designed. Conveys Message: ..............................................................................................................................30 pts The message should be understandable to the viewer for whom the exhibit was intended. Design...................................................................................................................................................20 pts Elements of the exhibit should be pleasingly placed to give a sense of unity to the whole. The message should be a part of the design, and not something apparently added as an afterthought. Workmanship......................................................................................................................................10 pts Neat, well-constructed for the purpose. This does not imply that expensive materials must be used. Originality................................................................................................................................................... 10 pts

DEPARTMENT 23 APIARY PRODUCTS - MAPLE PRODUCTS PREMIUMS $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

SECTION 1 HONEY SECTION 2 MAPLE SYRUP AND MAPLE PRODUCTS · Syrup is to be judges on flavor, color, density, and clarity. · Sugar is to be judged on flavor, appearance and texture.

1. 2. 3. 4.

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Payout $300 $900 $900 $600 $900

1st $70 $250 $250 $185 $250

2nd $60 $180 $180 $135 $180

3rd $50 $140 $140 $100 $140

4th $40 $120 $120 $70 $120

5th $30 $80 $80 $50 $80

Sponsored in part by Greenville Agway and Dean Dairy

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6th $20 $60 $60 $30 $60

7th $15 $40 $40 $20 $40

8th $15 $30 $30 $10 $30

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G & J FENCING STORAGE Household ● Commercial "YOUR OWN PERSONAL UNIT"

COME SEE OUR FENCING DISPLAYS RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL •INDUSTRIAL

23 DIFFERENT SIZES Surveillance System

Security Gate ● Fenced & Lighted Inside & Outside Storage Boat, Trailers Motor Homes Welcome Packing Boxes Available

FULLY INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES

724-588-2209 OFFICE HOURS

M-F 8am-5pm

90 Days Same As Cash/Financing Available

3633 Hermitage Rd (Rt 18) • Transfer, PA

Call

Sat 8am-12pm

(724) 646-3236 or 800-641-3236

www.rentaspaceonline.com (Rt. 358 E.) 317 Hadley Road Greenville, PA 16125

ALL TYPES OF WOOD, VINYL AND METAL FENCE

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DEPARTMENT 22, Section 3E BABY PHOTO CONTEST Entries will be accepted Monday or Tuesday, August 18th or 19th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the office. Entry fee of $2 per photo entered. Awards are $25 for 1st place, $15 for 2nd, and $10 for 3rd in each class. Class 1. Baby Photo Contest - child must have been born after July 31, 2012 to be eligible RULES & REGULATIONS: On the back of photo please provide the child's name, date of birth, parent's name, address, and phone number All photos MUST be 5"x7"; NO other sizes will be accepted. Hanging frames are acceptable but not required. Transfer Harvest Home Association will not be responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen photos. Photos will be displayed throughout the week of the fair in the Homemaker's Exhibit Building. Fair patrons will vote for their favorite photo(s) by depositing coins. Each cent represents one vote. The photo receiving the most votes will be declared the winner. Contest ends at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday. Winners will be announced in the local newspapers. Photos may be retrieved on Sunday, Aug. 30th, from 3-6 p.m. Prizes will be mailed to the winners. Questions? Contact Rick Whitten at (724) 646-2438 or [email protected]

INSURANCE

Bittel & Company 8 South Mercer Street Greenville, PA 16125 Phone 724-588-5900 [email protected]

Stephen Bittel SM

Brian and Kathy Thompson Managers 99 Birchwood Drive Transfer, PA 16154 724-962-9875 www.shenangolakegolfclub.com E-mail: [email protected]

McCartney's Feed & Hardware 1683 Airport Rd., Fredonia, PA 16124 (724) 475-3215 FEED-SEED-ANIMAL HEALTH HARDWARE-FENCE SUPPLIES

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CAMPBELL & SHERBONDY CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

108 WOODFIELD DRIVE GREENVILLE, PA 16125 724-588-6030 FAX 724-588-4943 E-MAIL [email protected]

• Automotive • Paint & Body • Heavy Duty Truck Parts 12 Locations to Serve You 1552 East State Street • Hermitage, PA 16148 Phone (724) 981-3133 • Fax (724) 981-0751

MOWERY TRUCKING and EXCAVATING Open Mon. - Sat. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Excavator, Backhoe, & Skidsteer Work Snow Plowing Septic Systems Sandmounds Postholes Brush Hogging Cement Block Basements

Retaining Walls Culvert Pipe Sewer Pipe Power Raking Landscaping Railroad Ties Trailer Pads Lot Clearing Demolition

HAULING ALL TYPES OF MATERIAL - FREE ESTIMATES Delivery and Installation available on all of our products. FULLY INSURED - TOM MOWERY Registration # PA 030968

Visit us at our Shop 876 E. Jamestown Road or Call (724)932-3456

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PAVILION RENTAL AVAILABLE Bingo Every Tuesday - 7 pm 724-646-9971 62

Shipton's Carpet 2992 Hadley Road Hadley, PA 16130 (724)253-3832 HOURS: Monday & Thursday 8:00 - 7:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 - 5:00 Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

Lynn C. Thurber, Owner

Mon-Thur 8am - 8pm Friday 8am - 9am Sat & Sun 7am - 8pm

Banquet Facilities Available for Any Occasion 63

50 Hadley Road Greenville, PA 16125

724/588-4553 Hours: SUNDAY 7AM - 8 PM MON-SAT 7AM-9 PM Owned and Operated by: Tony Modarelli and Pat Migliozzi

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