AUGUST 3-6, 2017 

NEW SALEM, ND

57th Annual

& 4-H Achievement Days

DIVISION K - CERMAMICS


 J-1 (Adult) J-2 (Teen) J-3 (Pre-Teen
J-4 (Preschool)

800–Ceramics, Hand-built
801–Ceramics, Air Brush
802–Ceramics, Chalk
803–Ceramics, Decal
804–Ceramics, Glazed
805–Ceramics, Stained
806–Ceramics, Antique Stained
807–Ceramics, Translucents (oil base)
808–Ceramics, Translucents (water base)
809–Any Other Technique, please label

DIVISION h - GRAINS


900–Barley, 1/2 peck
901–Field Corn, 6 stalks
902–Field Corn, Irrigated, 6 stalks
903–Flax, 1/2 peck
904–Oats, 1/2 peck
905–Wheat, 1/2 peck
906–Sheaves (2-inch size)
907–Sunflowers, confectionery
908–Sunflowers, oil
909–Any Other, please label

DIVISION F - PHOTOGRAPHY


F-1 (ADULT), F-2 (TEEN & UNDER)


Pictures must be on hangers


​​600 – Animals
601 – Candid
602 – Portraits
603 – Scenic
604 – Photo Story
605 – Photojournalism
606 – Still Life/Contemporary
607 – Pure Nature
608 – Morton County Fair
609 – Miscellaneous

DIVISION i - GARDENING


*Exhibits should be displayed on disposable plates


Vegetables
750–Beans, green, 6 pods
751–Beans, yellow, 6 pods
752–Beets, 4
753–Broccoli, 1 head
754–Cabbage, 1 head
755–Carrots, 6
756–Cauliflower, 1 head
757–Cucumbers, pickling, 4
758–Cucumbers, slicing, 4
759–Dill, 6 seed heads
760–Garlic, 6 bulbs
761–Kohlrabi, 3 bulbs
762–Onions, 6
763–Peas, 6 pods
764–Peppers, hot, 3
765–Peppers, sweet, 3
766–Potatoes, red, 4
767–Potatoes, white, 4
768–Pumpkin, 1
769–Radishes, 6
770–Rhubarb, 6 stalks
771–Squash, Summer, 1
772–Squash, Zucchini, 1
773–Sweet Corn, 3 ears
774–Tomatoes, 4
775–Tomatoes, cherry or pear, 12
776–Watermelon, 1
777–Any Other, please label
780–Gourds or Ornamentals–4
781- Garden Collection(5 different vegetables)​​

DIVISION C - Needlework


C-1 (Adult), C-2 (Teen), C-3 (Pre-Teen)


Clothing
300–Blouses/Shirts
302–Dresses
303–Pants/Shorts
304–Skirts
305–Sleepwear
306–Any Other, please label

Bed/Quilt/Crib Quilts
310-Pieced, Hand Quilted
311-Pieced, Machine Quilted
312-Appliqued, Hand Quilted
313-Appliqued, Machine Quilted
314-Pieced, Tied

Wall Hangings
320–Pieced, Hand Quilted
321–Pieced, Machine Quilted
322–Appliqued, Hand Quilted
323–Appliqued, Machine Quilted
Other Quilted Item
(table runners, placemats, tree skirt,
stockings, pillows, totebags, potholders, etc.)
330–Pieced, Hand Quilted
331–Pieced, Machine Quilted
332–Appliqued, Hand Quilted
333–Appliqued, Machine Quilted

Knitting
340–Afghan
341–Doily
342–Hat/Cap
343–Scarf
344–Sweater
345–Any Other, please label
Crocheting
350–Afghan
351–Doily
352–Hat/Cap
353–Scarf
354–Sweater
355–Tablecloth
356–Any Other, please label Embroidery
360–Counted Cross Stitch
361–Cross Stitch
362–Crewel
363–Hardanger
364–Latch Hook
365–Needlepoint
366–Plastic Canvas
367–Quickpoint
368–Any Other, please label Home Accessories
380–Blanket
381–Decorative Pillow, all kinds
382–Dresser Scarf or Table Runner
383–Pillow cases (2)
384–Rugs
385–Towels, Kitchen




DIVISION D - HANDICRAFTS

D-1 (ADULT), D-2 (TEEN), D-3 (PRE-TEEN)

D-4 (Preschooler), D-5 (70 & Older)


​​​400–Artificial Flowers, Arrangement
401–Beading
402–Candles
403–Centerpiece
404–Decoupage Item
405–Dolls, all kinds
406–Dough Art/Clay Molding
407–Foam Art
408–Jewelry–other than beading
409–Leathercraft
410–Macrame
411–Metal Craft
412–Models (model boxes/instructions included)
413–Stationary or Card Designing
414–Stained Glass/Glass Etching
415–String Art
416–Stuffed Toys
417–Decorated Shirt, not painted
418–Wall Hangings, other than mentioned
419–Wheat Weaving
420–Whiteware
421–Wood Burning
422–Wood Lathe
423–Wood Carving
424–Wood Construction, Large
425–Wood Construction, Small
426–Holiday Ornament
427–Holiday Decoration, other than mentioned
428–Scapbooking
429–Any Other, please label

DIVISION J - FRUITS


 *Exhibits should be displayed on disposable plates

790 - Apples, 6

791 - Cherries, tame, 12

792 - Crab Apples, 12

793 - Juneberries, 1 pint

794 - Plums, tame, 12

795 - Raspberries, 1 pint

796 - Strawberries, 1 pint

797 - Any Other, please label

DIVISION A - COOKERY


A-1 (Adult) A-2 (Teen & Under)
19 YRS & OLDER
Exhibits must be on heavy plates or cardboard squares and must be enclosed
in clear plastic.


Breads–Yeast
100–White or Whole Wheat, one loaf
101–Buns, 4 plain
103–Rolls, 4
104–Machine, one loaf
105–Any Other, please label
Quick Breads (1 small loaf unless otherwise noted)
120–Banana Bread
121–Zucchini Bread
122–Muffins, 4 of a kind
123–Any Other, please label
Cakes (no commercial mixes)
130–Cakes without fat, non-frosted (angel, chiffon)
131–Cakes with Fat, non-frosted
132–Jelly Roll
133–Cupcakes, 4
134–Any Other, please label Pies/Pastry
140–Two Crust Fruit Pie
141–One Crust Fruit Pie
142–Kuchen
143–Ethnic pastries
144–Any Other, please label
Cookies (4 of a kind)
150–Butter Cookies
151–Chocolate Chip Cookies
152–Filled Cookies
153–Gingersnap Cookies
154–Oatmeal Cookies
155–Peanut Butter Cookies
156–Refrigerator Cookies
157–Sugar Cookies
158–Brownies
159–Bars, Filled
160–Bars, Other
161–Unbaked Bars
162–Unbaked Cookies
163–Ethnic Cookies/Bars
164–Any Other, please label
Fried Cakes (4 of a kind)
170–Doughnuts, cake
171–Doughnuts, raised
172–Bismarcks
173–Any Other, please label



DIVISION e - aRT


E-1 (ADULT), E-2 (TEEN)

E-3 (PRE-TEEN), E-4 (PRESCHOOLER)


​Pictures must be wired for hanging and with matting or hard backing


​​500–Acrylic, Mini Canvas
501–Acrylic, Scene or Still Life
502–Calligraphy
503–Chalk
504–Charcoal
505–China Painting
506–Collages
507–Ink or Ballpoint
508–Murals and Posters
509–Oil, Mini Canvas
510–Oil, Scene or Still Life
511–Pastel or Crayon
512–Pencil, lead or colored
513–Rosemaling
514–Tole or Decorative
515–Magic Marker
516–Scratch Board
517–Water Color
518–Painting on Glass
519–Painting on Shirts
520–Any Other, please label

DIVISION B - Canning


All exhibits in this division must be processed according to the current USDA recommendations and
must include name of product, date canned, type of pack, method of processing, length of time processed and
pounds of pressure. Unlabeled jars will not be judged. All exhibits must be displayed in standard home
canning jars, and include a written recipe.


Fruits
200–Apples
201–Berries
202–Cherries
203–Peaches
204–Plums
205–Rhubarb
206–Pie Filling
207–Any Other, please label Jams/Jellies
210–Apple
211–Bullberry
212–Cherry
213–Chokecherry
214–Juneberry
215–Plum
216–Raspberry
217–Strawberry
218–Strawberry/Rhubarb
219–Any Other, please label Vegetables
220–Beans
221–Beets
222–Carrots
223–Corn
224–Mixed Vegetables
225–Tomato Juice
226–Tomatoes
227–Spicy Tomato Sauce
228–Salsa
229–Any Other, please label
Pickles/Relish/Sauces
230–Beet Pickles
231–Bread & Butter Pickles
232–Cucumber, Sweet
233–Dill Pickles
234–Mixed Pickles
235–Relish
236–Any Other, please label Meat
250–All Meats (Two Entries Allowed for this lot only)




Home Economics Department


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All exhibits must be the property and handy work of persons in Morton and adjoining counties. Previous exhibits may not be entered again.
OPEN CLASS ENTRIES will be accepted from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 3. Judging of open class entries will be Thursday, August 3, at 7:30 p.m. The Fair Board is not bound to accept entries after these hours. The Home Ec. Fair Building will be closed during judging to make the judging more convenient and efficient because of lack of space. Home Economics exhibits will be registered at the south end of the Home Ec. building at
the stated times. Registration and entry forms are provided on our website, mortoncoutyfair.com. No person can enter more than one article under the same lot number in any division.


Articles entered for exhibition cannot be removed until 3:00 p.m. Sunday, August 6. Articles not removed Sunday, August 6 by 5:30 p.m., or arrangements made for their removal, will become the property of the Fair. No premiums will be given out after
Sunday, August 6.


Judges shall award to entries only those ribbons to which they are entitled.
Worn, soiled, or unfinished articles, should not be exhibited.
NOTE: All Home Economics exhibits, grain exhibits and display and advertising booths will be set up in the Home Economics Building on the Fairgrounds.
AGES… Adult (19 & Older) Teen (13-19) PreTeen (6-12 Preschool (5 & Under)

DIVISION G - FLOWERS


Include name of flowers, and variety of vegetable.
For Example, Harmony Marigolds and Cavalier Tomatoes.
Bring containers for flowers. Containers will NOT be judged in lots 700 -726


Annuals (6 open blooms unless noted)
700–Asters
701–Bachelor Buttons
702–Cosmos
703–Dahlia, one large
704–Gladiolus, small, one stalk
705–Gladiolus, large, one stalk
706–Marigolds, small
707–Marigolds, large
708–Nicotiana, 3 stems
709–Pansies
710–Petunias, single
711–Petunias, double
712–Snapdragons, 6 stalks
713–Sunflowers, 3 stems
714–Sweet Peas
715–Violas
716–Zinnias
717–Any Other, please label
Perennials (6 open blooms unless noted)
720–Daisies
721–Hollyhocks, single or double, 3 stems
722–Mums
723–Phlox
724–Roses, Tea Rose
725–Roses, Shrub, 3 stems
726–Any Other, please label Potted Plants
730–Dish or Bowl Garden, Indoors
731–Dish or Bowl Garden, Outdoors
732–Flowering House Plant, one kind
733–Foliage House Plant
734–Fresh Cut Flowers, Arrangement
735–N.D. Wild Flowers & Grasses, Arrangement
736 –Outdoor Potted Plant

Morton County Fair