New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 14, 1987, Page 5

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August 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Hera\6-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Friday August 14 1987 Page 51987 Comal County FairSome rules of the competition The 94th annual Comal County Fair    4 Persimmons is sept 23 26 at the county    .V Other varieties fairgrounds and there are loads of ex    Q Pecans I qt shelled or gallon citing events planned for the three    unshelled day annual event For those of you who plan to enter items in the non animal competition there are some rules and specifics of judging you might like to consider Following are rules and prizes for each ol the non animal categories in eluding agriculture arts and crafts, baking canning and preserving clothing handwork heirlooms and antiques and horticulture Agriculture Judges will Im (.us Person Jr Buddy silt matin Craig Thomas and ('lift ( askos Judging will be held Sept J at pm Trophies will In' awarded to winners in the each of tile follow mg categories koepp Liquid Fwd will award trophy for < trchard < rep Wilburn (iran/in of Naegeiin s Bakery will award trophy tor Home Produc ts New Braunfels Feed and Supply has donated the trophy tor Field Crops diamond Kite Products has donated trophy tor Carden Crops Producer s Coop will donate four 'rn gilt celtilicutrv to the ln< clot each of the following division Candles handmade1. Cross Stitch Counted Cross Stitch All stitchery , needlepoint crochet cross stitch and counted cross stitch must be in n ames and ready to hang Free admission is given for each en try accepted Bak inq Fatt ies will be accepted on Sept 22 from 8 a rn until hp rn Judging will begin at 8 ’nam on Sept 24 All entries must be approved and accepted by the screening commit tee Free admission is given for each entry accepted Awards will tic* as follows Tricolor awards and blue ribbons tor first place red ribbons tor second place and white for third place children division will be those through age 12 and Student di\ ision is for those through age 18 who are still in school Blue red and white rib twins will tw* given in the Adult dm sion tor first second and third places MI HrM place winners will receive vanilla fromlhe Adams Kxtract c o ( barnman is Mrs Merlin Birdsong    in Austin certificate's for five pounds and co chairman is Mrs Hubert Big    ot flour from Pioneer Flour Mills in gt** -    san Antonio and certificates tor ti\«* I n Color awards will tx- presented    pounds of sugar from New Braunfels in arts a.tits and photograpy in    Muest’s and Kroger s stores 1 Success 2 stewart ■ Other Varieties 4 Green Pecans will not be ac copied Home Products 1 Sausage I pound 2 Bacon I pound J Lard I quart 4 Ham I pound a Molasses I quart 6 Honey I quart 7 Homemade Soap i cakes 8 Butter I pound 9 < ooked cheese I pint 10 Head c heese t pound 11 Fggs I dozen each small medium large a white eggs ti dark brow n eggs c greenish color eggs Arts and Crafts winners in tho tour categoric \ tree admission pass is given for caci exhibit submitted No exhibit will Im- act opted unless approved bv the screening commute of Mrs I eon Dieter’ and Mss Milton Schwl MI exhibits must Im* picked up bv SKK)! s« pi 2- Blue red and white rib bon-- will tx* awarded to firs! second en pc trophies for the adult winners ..re children through grad)* m.ddn donated bv the New Bruumeh m;hoot through grade    senior high Herald/.eituiih to tx*"t cake test through grade 12 and adult Tri    pie l#*st cookies 8 dozen best yeast color award may not Im* presented if insufficient entries are received in a F leld Cr ops ting thrashed My brid nolo man Hogan •In i"ion Wu Its I Any article which is unfit for ex h it ut or ha" been entered in th** Com a1 Fount,, lair numerous times may tx turned down at the disc return of the peening iommittee 2 In art and photography no items will Im* accepted unit'"" tfiev are II ..mod drv arui ready to hang Nt) packaged kit" ti! cars "tup" or plan**" or collections will Im* av v opted 4 No nude pictures commercial tem" or put v ha"**iJ item" NI. den." must t*ehandmade *• Items must tx* pit Ked up between ■ > ii. and noon Monday I Art V Fainting oil" stater colors J ."lei" if.ivon etc lung textile met at at tx lit chin rut**ut B Drawing bent! products Im "I decorated cake Rules axed media h charcoals (I lop crayon etching i sculpture I • Batik F Vsrt»ru"h F Mosaic Nils*, et Lints Hi" ii Photography I * ti 11 r ai t Human interest t J mat tor Landscape F lowers yr mat t nusual subj<*ct Litho print lit Crafts I F gabon ke 4 Purpl i i if|-Ha*#'■ J Peanut bunch K lotion Hut gallon or complete It*It* stalk or 12 boles Decoupage Ceramics Pottery Mehc    la ather VS«N*d Slap    blick Matt I. st a p shell s«fd Bead s« q atis Christmas Faster Hallo .teen    Thanksgiving    Liquid    Fin bindery Flowers handmade < bt ' slit. In iv Needlepoint tall die VS a king Jewelry handmade SM ring Wile Nam Macrame I’ia>lit Weaving sand Fainting Dolls    handmade Latcti    Hook Dried Bowet pictures Tut Hock Bone Paper Blastie Bottles Joys handmade Bun Wanner cover Dm Mobile Miniature hand ii atli    tope basketry    Hair Mamed Glass    Fti Ired (Bass    c lay    ('loth Hug Mixed Media Magnets I tough Beverse g 1.1 s " painting >«»11 "< ulpiui e Fipe cleaners soup (rn* san pa*of each pro*Jut ? ai.; ne allowed pei exhibitor in any one Class 2 ( >niv home cooked products are .it cep’ed I he judges will sam pie any or all products 4 No pro iud s accepted from packaged mixes Fakes are grouped under three main classes butter sponge and fruit M well made cake properly bake I should ire of uniform But kne"" not high in the middle or at the sui** of tie tin and low at other places It should Im* even grined lint anti dei teal) i . texture and should have giMMi tlavor Butter i akt-' in appearance should tie golden brown in color sponge cakes light brown and fruit cakes dark brown or light but all should tx* of un dorm color Class A Ycast bi cads 1 I aial ol a bite bi ead 2 Leat t)t brown bread t offer t ake vea"! 4 Holt plain or sweet dozen liaised doughnuts dozen Class B Loaf cakes Br inq . cake Vngei Food 2 Banana t Chiffon 4 Gingerbread i Marble ' Spice , Spoil*. 8 Mi"cellaneou> Class C Layer Cakes Br inq . cake 1 Dark 2 \ el low VV hit* 4 Miscellaneous Class D Cookies Br inq 8 qood sued I t upt akes any variety dozen I i ake doughnut" dozen I >1 up c< xik It* 4 Hulled cookies any variety • Macaroons any variety *- Ice Box cookies ans variety Cai den Ct ops I V egel abies    dozen I .ai ge v eget abies only 1 Tomatoes 2 Potatoes a lri"ti t* Swt*et I squash < < mum > (.I et*n tx* a its I dozen *    (■ I eel! peppci s do/ell Luge ol I dozen small , i utiei varieties small peppers I t up banana pepper dozen Luge or 12 dozen small 8 ok!.i I (Viz ell small or 6 Lu ge M Watermelon 1 Black Diamond 2 I tun w atstm ( other varieties N Bumpkin 1 Bashaw 2 Fie i (liber v ai let lex Orchard Crops No green fruit will be ac cepted F Fruits All fruits dozen 1 Fears 2 Leaches J Oranges Eye Openers By Dr. Henry Hull BLURRED VISION Yoe non t have to De nearsighted or farsighted to experience blurred vision Sometimes blurred vision is caused by astigmatism a common visua* condition in which the front ot the eye is more oval than round Whet this occurs ugh! does not focus property on the retina (bask of the eye) The auses of astigmatism are unclear Sometimes it is inherited or it may result from environmental factors such as poor lighting incorrect posture - i ir...reased use of the eyes for dose work Nearly ail of us have some degree of astigmatism but only those with a mode*ate to high amount need corrective tenses When astigmatism is mild the individual may still suffer from headaches eyestrain fatigue and blurred vision at certain distances When astigmatism is high vision is generally blurred The degree of astigmatism (.an change as we grow older Frequently people who are nearsighted or farsighted also have astigmatism But in almost all cases eyeglasses or contact lenses can correct the condition and allow you to see normally Drought to you as a community service by Dr. Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg 625-5716 7 Miscellaneous Class E Hot breads 1 Yellow cornbread 2 W hite cornbread J Biscuits dozen 4 Quick breads Class F- Candy Bring 8 pieces 1 Fudge* chocolate 2 Divinity 3 Date Roll 4 Pralines 3 Miscellaneous Class G Pies 1 F ruit pies 2 Pee an pies Meringue pies 4 Miscellaneous Class H I Decorated cake" Class I Miscellaneous Noodles J Tortillas i Miler baked goods 4 Non baked goods Canning and Preserving Fntries vv ill Im* accepted on sept 23 from -I a in to 8 p in Judging will be ■si sept 24 from 8 a rn until noon F sup time tor items will tx* Sept 2k ■: >m 8 a rn until nom V.i exhibits in canning must I** in standard pint pint or quart jars V, exhibits in jams jellu*" and preserves must in in pint pint 12 ounce or I pint jar" The equivalent o' * wo pints or I quart must be sub ii tied and accepted tor an ex Lf for s pas" F nines should tx* in Kerr Ball or Mason standard size jars with lids to itch Lids and ring" must tx* clean and not rusty nor dented Jars must • '»-aled properly and must not leak L f" that pop when pressed down will f •*!ejected lr color blue red and white rib buts" will tx* awarded tor each class V exhibitor is eligible to win only - .I a ar I ii. each t lass No exhlbl’ a :-* accepted tor display unies" approved by the screening commit Ball Corporation is offering coupons blue books and freezer books for winners. The two best exhibits canned in Ball Jars and sealed with Ball Dome lids will be selected from each class in dicated to receive the follow mg F RI 11 x I Ball home canning or cliv jai coupon I Bali blue book I Ball home canning or jelly jai * «u pen I Ball tree/.ct txxik V FFF I ABIT s I Bah home cann ng or jelly jar coupon I Bal! blue ’ *K»K I Ball flume canning or jelly jar coupon I Ball freezer book RIFFLES & RELISHES I Ball home canning or jelly ar coupon I Ball blue txxjk I Ball home canning >i jelly jai coupon . Ball freezer txMlk JAMS & JELLIES I Ball home canning or jelly jar coupon I Ball slue t*x)k I Ball home canning or lei v lur coupon I Bali freezer book Kerr is offering 12 certificates qood tor any size case of Kerr Home Canning and Freezing Jars and eight nome canning books. From each class indicated the two best exhibits canned in Kerr iars and sealed with Kerr caps and lids shall be selected. FHI ITS first place 2 dozen Kerr home caning jar:; I Kerr home cann mg hook second place I dozen Ken-home canning jars. I Kerr home can nmg book VEGETABLES first place 2 dozen Kerr home caning jars I Kerr home canning book second place I dozen Kerr home canning jars I Kerr home canning book PICKLES & RELISHES first place 2 dozen Kerr home caning jars I Kerr home canning book se cond place I dozen Kerr home cann mg jars I Kerr home canning book JAMS & JELLIES first place 2 dozen Kerr home caning jars I Kerr home canning book second place I dozen Kerr home canning jars I Kerr home canning book F'.ach exhibitor may win only one award Clothing Entries vv ill be accepted between 8 a rn and 6 p rn on Sept 23 .Judging will be sept 24 at 9 a rn Clothing score card Workmanship 40. Suitability of garment of purpose 2u Suitability of fabric to design 20 harmony of color and material 2o There will be one garment for the be>t of show in each age group There will be one tn-color award tor Fx*st ot show garment in ali categories Three pieces ot material will be awarded tor Tri-Color aw ards Group" which may be entered Ages 9 to 13 school dresser skirts or blouses ages 14 to 2o school dresses, street dresses or sport "dirts ages 21 and over daytime dresses best dre"" or tailor dress sport shirt children > clothes coats and dresses and boy s "Ult" Rules I No judge or any member ot ms mmediate family may exhibit in any (las" that he or "he will judge 2 Open to residents ot Comal County and its trade territory ’ Garment must tx* the work of the exhibitor 4 Article of clothing must not be soiled or faded and must not Five been on ex hibit previously > May be made ot any tiber * Exhibitor must bring flanger and have garment labeled as to name class age group 7 All ar tides must tx* in my Nept 23 8 Judges decision will be final 9 An admission pass va iii tx* given tor each entrv accepted Handwork Entries will tx* accepted between fc a rn and * p rn Sept 22 All entries must tx* pu ked up by noon sept 28 The lair association will tx* responsi hie for articles left atter the deadline One trohy and eight tri color rib bons will be awarded the trophy donated by World of F abrics will tx* given to the item considered Best of Show There will tx* eight categories lur tn-color ribbon awards it entries warrant Blue nbtxms will be given tor tirst red tor second and white tor third Articles which are soiled or unfit tot exhibiting will not tx* accepted no machine stitched embroidery will be accepted No framed articles An admission pass will tx* given for each entry accepted Categories A Embroidery Bedspreads centerpieces    doily 2    luncheon cloths luncheon "cts guest or tea fowls pot holders I scarves pillow eases I set stnx*ts aprons chair sets needlepoint B    Tatting    Doilies    2 hankies 3    edgins    t yard    or more scarves C Handweaving Stole handbag plaeemats 4 rug I)    Quilts    Applique    patchwork pieced solid colors embroidered f:    Crocheting    Bedspreads centerpieces doilies 2 chair set 3 tablecloth pot holders 2 ac cessories hat bag gloves etc sweaters, stoles lamp shade baby sets, baby bibs afghan, dresses hankies 3 edging" I y ard F Rugs none from kits crocheted braided G Knitting Sweaters sock" dresser suits accessories baby sets doilies 2 H Miscellaneous Pin cushions hot pads bottle covers pillows samplers any article not listed ex cept framed items Christmas skirts rugs, etc if made trom a kit These items will be entered in the arts and crafts division Heirlooms & Antiques Entries will be accepted between 8 a rn and 6pm Sept 23 All entries must be accepted by the screening committee and their decision w ill be final All entries must be picked up no late than noon Sept 28 Two trophies will be awarded One trophy for best preserved entry and one for the most interesting entry Award ribbons will be blue for first red for second and white for third Tri-color ribbons if warranted will be given Rules I All items must be dean and free ot dust dirt or rust and be in good condition 2 No person who is engages in buying or selling antyi ques as a full or parttime business shall exhibit 3 No article shall be accepted that is too large to fit in the case" 4 Collectibles are items that date I rom 192U to 1950 and antiques must be at least 50 years old Exhibitors will receive one free admission pa"s tor each entry accepted The follow mg are suggested tor item" to tx* entered Albums, books and documents button coliectins bottles and jars clocks and watches china crockery dolls and doll fur niture eyeglasses, firearms garments adult or children hand work heirlooms household articles glassware kitchenware ironware lamps ivory lanterns jewelry money men > ccessories musical instruments novelties ic lures paintings and photograhs toys. tools woodenware Horticulture Ribbons will be awarded as follows In each division first ot blue ribbon second ot red ribbon and third white ribbon Wayne s Landa harden Center will award trophies to best fern best cacti or succelent best flowering plant, best indoor patio foliage best dish garden best cut flowers and most unusual plant Tricolor ribbons will tx* awarded, it merited The Plant Haus will award a trophy to best junior division entry Plants will be judged according to quality appearance proportion to container and trueness of form This is an amateur show only An amateur is one who grows plants tor pleasure only All exhibits must be approved by the screening committee See FAIR Page 12 PUBLIC NOTICE Please be advised MORRIS GLASS CO. OF NEW BRAUNFELS is not affiliated with Morris Glass Co. of San Antonio, or Roadrunners Windshield America Comal County Glass Inc. D.B.A. Morris Class Co. at 950 l-H 35 IAI. New Braunfels will continue to do business as usual. 625-6987 Iv! vXv =============SS9i Hvrald-Zeitung P bl! > *! > I " . rdd v WI ij r t ,. q Jutsday, Ii«•'</<r v. Thursduy and hr nill y .J rf# rf ,<>«!*. bl/ At U fin/a •<    /* ii* rn hi Publishing ('n. 707 {.anda sr ,,r pit Dm *r .iii 2\    ,V«    . hrn ,• h /> 7* !‘i'    */ ■/ I 3* *"*    "    ft ( hi" pits tag* fund bi/ A* (. Braula* /.* Ii, niid publishing Cf at \. Hrtiu’ittU, T»xas DA V ID KB A MPH Bdl tor mid Publish* r JIM WB HRT Mn • <i y-’-y Bdl tor DBB')RA Ii LA Ii RRM h Of . Manay* r S I \1>! 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