Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 18, 1981, SECTION 2, Page SIXTEEN, Image 24

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    SIXTKKN-The lleppner Gaiette-Times. lleppner. Oregon. Thursday. June 18. IM1
I'KEMIl'MS lst-llO.OO. 2nd $7.50. 3rd-$5.00
Champ Exhibit Special Sweepstakes Ribbon
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1. Norgold Russet Is
2. Netted Gem Russetts
3. Other
DEPT.VI. FRUITS VEGETABLES
Superintendents : Betty Chrlstman. Wllma Martin. Dorothy Warren
List name of the variety of your fruit or vegetable
PREMIUMS (except where noted) lst-$3.00. 2nd-$2.00. 3rd-$t.0O. Sweepstakes Ribbon
DIVISION 1 - FRUITS
CLASS A SMALL FRUITS
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1. Grapes. 2 bunches
2. Raspberries. 15
3. Strawberries. 15
CLASS B TREE FRUITS
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1. Apples. 5
2. Apples, crab. 5
3. Apricots. 5
4. Peaches. 5
CLASS C MELONS
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1. Water
a. striped
b. plain
4. Rhubarb, leave bottoms on, 5 stalks
5. Other
5. Pears. 5
6. Plums. 8
7. Prunes. 8
8. Nectarines
3. Casaba
4. Honey dew
5. Crenshaw
6. Other
14. Err plant. 2
15. Garlic, 3
16. Ground cherries, h pint
17. Herbs.Sstulks
a. Chive
b. Dill
c. Mint
d. Parsley
e. Sage
f. Other
g. Collection. 3 or more different
varieties
18. Kohlrabi, 3
19. Okra, 4
20. Onions, green, roots Intact, 8
21. Onions, red globe, 5
22. Onions, sweet Spanish, 5
23. Onions, white globe, 5
24. Onions, yellow globe, 5
25. Parsnips, 5
26. Peas, 12 pods
27. Peppers, hot, 3
28. Peppers, sweet, 3
29. Potatoes, Norgold, 5
DIVISION 3 - SPECIALTY EXHIBITS
LOT lst-$3.OO,2nd-$2.0O.3rd-tl.OO
1. Garden exhibit consisting of 5 or more kinds of fruit and or vegetables grown In
your garden, arranged in an attractive manner in a wooden or cardboard box.
2. Largest fruit or vegetable, any kind.
DIVISION 4 - EGGS
30. Potatoes, Novelty, 5
31. Potatoes, Pontiac, 5
32. Potatoes, other, 5
33. Pumpkin, table, 1
34. Radishes, 1 In. tops, 10
35. Squash, acorn, 2
36. Squash, crookneck, 2
37. Squash, winter, large, 1
38. Squash, winter, small, I
39. Squash, zucchini, 2
40. Squash, other, 2
41. Sunflower. 1 head, no stem
42. Tomatoes, green, stems attached, 6
43. Tomatoes, red small type, stems
attached, 6
44. Tomatoes, ripe, stems attached, 6
45. Tomatoes, yellow small type, stems
attached, 8
46. Other
2. Cantelope
DIVISION 2 - VEGETABLES
LOT
1. Brown. 12
2. Mottled. 12
3. White, 12
4 Other. 12
LOT
1 . Bea ns . green bush . 16 pods
2. Beans, lima, 16 pods
3. Beans, pole. 16 pods
4. Beans, yellow bush. 16 pods
5. Beets, table. 1 in. tops. 6
6. Broccoli.? heads
7. Cabbage. 1 head
8. Carrots. I in tops. 6
9. Chard Swiss. 2 plants
10. Corn, sweet, leave inner husk on. 4
ears
11. Cucumbers, lemon. 5
12 Cucumbers, pickling. 8
13. Cucumbers, slicing. 3
DEPT. VII. FLOWER SHOW
Superintendents: Dinah Jackson. Joyce Buchanan, Maureen Howard. Norman Ilea.
Virginia Peck
General Comments:
1. Some containers will be furnished by the fair.
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