Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 18, 1981, SECTION 2, Page THIRTY SIX, Image 44

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    THIRTY SIX-The Heppner Gaiette-Times. Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, June 18, 1981
1. Junior 2. Intermediate S. Senior s
DIVISION 9 - STAMP COLLECTIONS
PREMIUMS Blue-$3.00. Red $2.00, White-$1.00
County Contest only. No State Fair class. .
Display of stamps collected during current 4-H year. May be mounted on display
board or in book form.
1. Junior 2. Intermediate 3. Senior
DEPT.VIII. MECHANICAL SCIENCES
DIVISION I -
PRFMIl'MS Blue-$3.00,Red-$2.00,White-$1.00
This division includes small engines, energy, automotive, tractor, snowmobile,
motorcycle, bicycle and rocketry project areas. Exhibits will be judged on their
individual merit using the following criteria :
1. What the member has learned.
2. How the display communicated to the public what was done.
3. Workmanship of basic skills in project area where appropriate.
In each class the exhibit shall be an educational exhibit or display which will show
or illustrate what the member has learned. Include a sufficient explanation to tell the
Fair audience how the exhibit was made or what was done. Explanations are required
to qualify the exhibit for judging.
4noi Junior
4iKt2 Intermediate
40003 Senior
4H004 Club
DIVISION 2 -
TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST
TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST
9:00a. m. Tuesday. August 25
This contesl is open to all 4-H members who are enrolled in the Intermediate or
Senior age group. Members need not be enrolled in "Tractor" or "Mechanical
Sciences." per se. Contestants must present a signed parental release form at the
slart of the contest. Each contestant will compete individually. Proper 4-H conduct
will be expected: swearing or other disobediences will be grounds for
disqualification.
Entrants will first complete a written test of tractor operation knowledge. Entrants
must pass this test before they will enter the actual driving contest. Total scores will
be based on written test score and on performance of basic tractor maneauvers. More
informat'Wi can be obtained from either the Vocational Ag department at Heppner
-High School or from Morrow County Extension Service.
Awards will be presented to the top five contestants:
1st $5.00. 2nd - $4 00. 3rd $3 00. 4th $2.00, 5th $1 .00.
4-H MARKET STOCK SALE FFA
Sale Committee: Ron Currin. Louis Carlson. Merlin Hughes. Bob Peterson. Bob Van
Schoiack. Tom Currin
Sponsored by the Morrow County Livestock Growers
Thursday. August 27
RULES:
1. All market livestock must be on the grounds by 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 25.
2. AH sheep & hogs must be owned and in possession of 4-H or FFA members for at
least 60 days. A TRANSPORTATION CERTIFICATE must be turned in at the time
of weighing steers to show ownership. (The bill of sale on the back side must be
completed to show transfer from original owner. ) All steers must be in possession of
member by April 1.
3. AH sale animals must have been exhibited in their proper classes at the 1981
Morrow County Fair.
4. Each exhibitor is limited to 2 sales as follows : ( 1 ) one steer and one hog or lamb or
(2) two lambs or (3) one hog and one lamb or (4) two hogs. Two steers will not be
allowed.
5. All steers must grade USDA good or better to sell. All lambs must grade USDA good
or better to sell. All hogs must grade USDA No. 3 or better to sell.
6. The animals meeting weight limitation will be evaluated by a qualified judge who
will estimate if beef will grade good or choice (or better) ; if sheep will grade choice,
and if hogs will grade US No. 1 or No. 2. The judges estimates will be based on
exterior finish and conformation. Actual grade of beef will be influenced primarily
by marbling.
7. Animals will not be permitted in sale if underweight. All weights are after pencil
shrink.
Steers must weight 900 lbs. and over
Lambs must weigh 90 to 140 lbs.
Hogs must weigh 195 to 240 lbs.
8. Shrinkage: All sale animals will be weighed off the truck, Tuesday, August 25.
Lambs and hogs over the maximum weight will be sold-paid as weighing 140 lbs. for
Iambs or 240 lbs. for hogs. A 3 percent shrinkage will be given to all animals hauled
10 miles or less. A 2 percent shrinkage will be given to all animals hauled more than
10 miles.
9. All market animals are consigned to the auction sale unless excused by the sale
committee.
10. Unlimited bidding on 4-H and FFA grand champion animals. The reserve
champions can sell for the same as the lowest grand champion, but no more. Other
animals cannot sell for more than the lowest reserve grand champion.
4-H AWARDS
LIVESTOCK AWARDS
PENDLETON GRAIN GROWERS - Trophy - Pendleton ... to Grand Champion
Steer. Swine, or Sheep of 4-H member who used PGG feed. Trophy awarded on
carcass placings only when this information is available. To be given at PGG
annual meeting.
MORROW COUNTY LIVESTOCK GROWERS - Beef All Around Carcass, Rate of
Gain, Live Placing . . . designed to encourage the production of meat-type
animals which meet the demands of today's consumer, as well as provide an
educational program for participants. To participate, members must weigh
animals on designated date in spring, and on arrival at county fair. To be eligible
for this award members must submit an up-to-date Feed & Growth Record at the
time of final weigh-in Mon. Morning. Awards: 1st $100.00, 2nd $70.00, 3rd-$40 00,
4th $30.00. 5th $20 00.
OREGON. WASHINGTON, NORTHERN IDAHO (OWHI) Hereford Award - To
qualify an exhibitor will show: (1) Hereford Steer or (2) Registered Breedeing
Female or (3) Group of Hereford exhibited by an Individual. Eligibility:
1 ) Must be currently enrolled in 4 H or FFA. (2) For show to qualify, 5 entries of
herefords in breeding classes or market classes or combination of 5 in breeding
and market classes. (J) The breeding cattle must be registered with the American
(horned) Hereford Association.. (4) Exhibitor must be able to show evidence the
market class animals were sired by a registered (horned) Hereford Bull. (5) The
judge will determine the outstanding Hereford Exhibitor with a member of OWNI
presenting outstanding Hereford Belt Buckle.
WESTERN STATES ANGUS AUXILIARY - Outstanding Angus Exhibitor - The
Western States Angus Auxiliary. Route 2, Box 880, Aurora, Oregon 97002, wiU
award a silver trophy to the outstanding 4 H Angus exhibitor. The selection of
the winner is to be based on more breeding and -or market animals. It must be kept
in mind that the purpose of this award is the promotion of the Angus breed.
The winning of the Auxiliary trophy in previous years shall not exclude an
exhibitor from winning again. The judge of the Junior Beef Show will be asked to
make the selection of the winner.
AMERICAN POLLED HEREFORD ASSN. Champion Polled Hereford Female.
NORTHWEST LIVESTOCK COMMISSION - Grand Champion Steer.
OREGON POLL-ETTES - Highest Scoring Polled Hereford Exhibitor Trophy . . .
The selection of the winner is to be based on the placing of the animal (s shown, his
placing in showmanship, his herdmanship and sportsmanship. Exhibitors are
eligible who apply for this award and show breeding and -or market Polled
Herefords. Breeding animals must be registered in the exhibitor's name.
Registration papers must be supplied when signing up for this award. Exhibitors of
market animals must submit proof of registry of sire or dam. This award is
presented for the purpose of promoting Polled Herefords and the winner may not
win the trophv more than two years consecutively.
4 H CX)UNCIL - Herdmanship Award
CAL'S ARCO. HEPPNER - Highest Scoring Livestock Judge
CENTRAL MARKET Grand Champion All Around Showman
JORDAN ELEVATOR. IONE Champion Beef Junior Showman
PETERSON'S JEWELERS, HEPPNER
MCCG. LEXINGTON - Champion Beef Senior Showman
COURT STREET MARKET JOHN & RUTH MABEN - Reserve Champion Beef
Showman
COAST TO COAST. RALPH & CHRIS LIMANEN - Champion Beef Showman
JORDAN ELEVATOR. IONE Champion Sheep Junior Showman
PETERSON'S JEWELERS. Heppner Champion Sheep Intermediate Showman
MCGG. LEXINGTON Champion Sheep Senior Showman
DICK & LYNNEA SARGENT Champion Sheep Showman
WEST RANCH - Champion Ewe
5 AND J MARKET, Scott and Jeanne Adkisson Champion Lamb, Rate of Gain
COUNTRY CRITTERS 4 H CLUB. HEPPNER - Champion Market Hog
AL DONNA OSMIN. HEPPNER - Champion Gilt
JORDAN ELEVATOR. IONE Champion Swine Junior Showman
PETERSON'S JEWELERS. HEPPNER - Champion Swine Intermediate Showman
MCGG. LEXINGTON Champion Swine Senior Showman
COUNTRY CRITTERS 4 H CLUB. HEPPNER Champion Swine Showman
EDDIE BROSNAN, HEPPNER Champion Hog Rate of Gain
JORDAN ELEVATOR. IONE Champion Dairy Junior Showman
PETERSON'S JEWELERS. HEPPNER - Champion Dairy Intermediate Showman
MCGG. LEXINGTON Champion Dairy Senior Showman
COAST TO COAST. RALPH & CHRIS LIMANEN Champion Dairy Showman
GANTENBEIN DAIRY. KURT & DEE GANTENBEIN - Champion Dairy cow
MORROW COUNTY 4 II COUNCIL - Champion Goat Exhibit
PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO.. HERMISTON AND PENDLETON Champion
Tractor Driver
PRESENTATION AWARDS
COUNTRY CRITTERS 4 H CLUB. IRRIGON - Best Agriculture Presentation
INTERESTED PERSON - All Around Presentation
OREGON BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION Best Senior Presentation using Honey
$5.00 cash: Best Intermediate Presentation using Honey, $2.50 cash
RHEA CREEK STUDY GROUP Best Individual Foods Presentation
IRRIGON STUDY GROUP - Best Junior Presentation
IRRIGON STUDY GROUP - Best Intermediate Presentation
INTERESTED PERSON - Best Senior Presentation
OREGON DAIRY WIVES. MT, ANGEL, OR. Best Presentation Using Milk Group
$10 (ice cream, cheese or other milk made products as basis for presentation.)
NATURAL SCIENCE AWARDS
HUTCH'S PRINTING COMPANY. HEPPNER - Most Outstanding Horticultural
Exhibit (vegetable or flower)
MORROW COUNTY 4-H LEADERS COUNCIL - Most Outstanding Geology Exhibit