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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 1987 Comal County Fair August f Pages the 94th annual Comal County Fair is 2326 at the county fairgrounds and there are loads of ex citing events planned for the three day annual For those of you who plan to enter items in the nonanimal there are some rules and specifics of judging you might like to Following are rules and prizes for each of the nonanimal in cluding arts and canning and heirlooms and and Agriculture Judges will be Gus Person Buddy Craig Thomas and Cliff Judging will be held at 1 Trophies will be awarded to winners in the each of the following categories Koepp Liquid Feed will award trophy for Orchard Wilburn Granzin of Nacgelins Bakery will award trophy for Home New Braunfels Feed and Supply has donated the trophy for Field Diamond Rite Products has donated trophy for Garden Producers Coop will donate four SIO gift certificates to the TriColor winners in the four A free admission pass is given for each exhibit exhibit will be accepted unless approved by the screening commute of Leon Dietert and Milton All exhibits must be picked up by noon Sept red and white rib bons will be awarded to second and third place winners All crops must be this years No branches of green pecans will be accepted No branches of any green fruit will be accepted Field Crops A Com best Gears 1 White sure cropper l Yellow sure cropper Yellow hybrid i White hybrid V Other varieties Shelled1 gallon 15 i rain Sorghum Be t tj heads of i gallong thrashed Common milo maize 2 Hybrid mllomnize Hegan 4 other varities Thrashedel gallong C Small Gram 1 gallon 1 oats 2 Wheat Barley 4 Y Other varieties D Sorghum best 6 heads 1 KedTop 2 Seeded Kiblxjii Cane Other varieties I Thrashed 1 gallon K KOI age Sorghum Bale or bundle I Beet builder Sudex t Other varieties F h gallon All varieties G Legume seed 1 gallon Hubam Cover 1 Yellow Sweet Clover l other varieties II Hay Bale or bundle 1 Allalia 2 Sweet Clover Sorghum 4 Sudan f Peanut r Johnson Grass 7 other varieties 1 Field Peas 1 gallon 1 lilackeyed 2 Cream Cow 4 Purple Hull Other varieties J Peanuts I gallon or complete bunch K Cotton comlete stalk or 12 boles Garden Crops Vegetables Large vegetables only 1 Tomatoes 2 Potatoes a Irish b Sweet t Squash 4 Onion f Green beans1 dozen ij Green peppers dozen large or 1 small 7 Other varietiesSmall peppersi cup banana pepper j dozen large or 12 dozen small 8 Okra1 dozen small or i large Watermelon Black Diamond Tom watson 1 Other varieties N 1umpkin Pie Other varieties Orchard Crops No green fruit will be ac cepted P All fruits dozen l Pears Peaches Oranges Some rules of the competition Persimmons Other varieties 1 shelled or gallon unshelled L Success stewart Other Varieties Green Pecans will not be ac cepted Home Products Sausage1 pound Bacon1 pound Lard1 quart Ham1 pound Molasses1 quart Honey1 quart Homemade Soap3 cakes Butter1 pound Cooked cheese1 pint Head Cheese1 pound Eggs1 dozen each large white eggs dark brown eggs greenish color eggs Arts and Crafts Chairman is Merlin Birdsong and cochairman is Robert Big TriColor awards will be presented in and photograpy in each of the following divisions children through grade 5i middle school through grade 81 senior high through grade 12i and Tri color award may not be presented if insufficient entries are received in a Rules Any article which is unfit for ex hibit or has been entered in the Com al County fair numerous times may be turned down at the discretion of the screening 2 In art and no items will be accepted unless they are dry and ready to i No packaged kits of ships or planes or collections will be ac t No nude commercial Herns or purchased All items must be handmade 0 Herns must be picked up between 8 a m and noon Art Painting water mixed rubout B Drawing C Sculpture D Batik Airbrush F Mosaic G Miscellaneous Photography Portrait Human I nusual Lithoprint Crafts Slap Match Stick Se Hallo Liquid Em Flowers handmade Can dle Jewelry handmade Sand Dolls i Latch Dried flower Plastic Toys Bun Warmer t Miniature i hand Stained Ktched Mixed Heverse glass Soft Pipe Candles Cross Counted Cross All cross and counted cross stitch must be in frames and ready to Free admission is given for each en try Baking Entries will be accepted on 23 from 8 until 6 Judging will begin at on 247 All entries must be approved and accepted by the screening commit Free admission is given for each entry Awards will be as follows Tri color awards and blue ribbons for first red ribbons for second place and white for third Children division will be those through age 12 and Student division is for those through age 18 who are still in and white rib bons will be given in the Adult divi sion for second and third All first place winners will receive vanilla fromthe Adams Extract in certificates for five pounds of flour from Pioneer Flour Mills in San Antonio and certificates for five pounds of sugar from New Braunfels Wuests and Krogers Trophies for the adult winners are donated by the Braunfels fteraldZeitung to best best best cookies 8 best yeast best decorated cake Rules One sample of each product will be allowed per exhibitor in any one Only homecooked products are The judges will sam ple any or all No pro ducts accepted from packaged mixes Cakes are grouped under three main classes sponge and Al well made properly should be of uniform not high in the middle or at the side of the tin md low at other it should be even fine and delicate in texture and should have good Butter in should be golden brown in sponge cakes light and fruit cakes dark brown or but all should be of uniform color Class A Yeast breads Loaf of white bread Loaf of brown bread 3 Coffee yeast plain or dozen liaised dozen Class BLoaf cakes Bring 2 cake Angel Food Banana Chiffon Gingerbread Marble Spice Sponge Miscellaneous Class CLayer Cakes Bring 2 cake 2 Yellow u White 4 Miscellaneous Class DCookies Bring 8 good sized any dozen Cake dozen 1 Drop cookie Holled any variety any variety IceBox any variety Eye Openers By Or Henry Hull BLURRED VISION You dont have to pe nearsighted or tarsighted to experience blurred vision Sometimes blurred vision is caused by a common visual condition in which the front of the eye is more oval than When this light does not focus properly on the retina back of the The causes of astigmatism are Sometimes it is or it may result from environmental factors such as poor incorrect or increased use o the eyes for close Nearly all ot us have some degree of but only those with a moderate to high amount need corrective lenses When astigmatism is the individual may still suffer from fatigue and blurred vision at certain When astigmatism Is vision Is generally The degree of astigmatism can change as we grow Frequently people who are nearsighted or farsighted also have But in almost all eyeglasses or contact lenses can correct the condition and allow you to see Brought to you 33 d community service by Henry Null 147 Frtdtricktburc 6256716 M iscellaneous Class EHot breads Yellow cornbread White cornbread 2 dozen Quick breads Class FCandy Bring 8 pieces L Fudge chocolate Divinity Date Roll Pralines Miscellaneous Class GPies L Fruit pies Pecan pies Meringue pies Miscellaneous Class H Decorated cakes Class Miscellaneous Noodles Tortillas Other baked goods Nonbaked goods Canning and Preserving Entries will be accepted on 23 from 8 to 6 Judging will be on 24 from 8 until Pickup time for items will be 28 from 8 until All exhibits in canning must be in standard or quart All exhibits in and preserves must in in 12 ounce or 1 pint The equivalent of two pints tor 1 quart must be sub mitted and accepted for an ex hibitors Entries should be in Ball or Mason standard size with lids to Lids and rings must be clean and not rusty nor Jars must be sealed properly and must not Lids that pop when pressed down will be red and white rib bons will be awarded for each class An exhibitor is eligible to win only one award in each No exhibit will be accepted for display unless approved by the screening commit Ball Corporation is offering blue books and freezer books for 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 ing FRUITS 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar 1 Ball blue 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar 1 Ball freezer VEGETABLES 1 Ball home cann ing or jelly jar 1 Ball blue 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar 1 Ball freezer PICKLES RELISHES 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar l Ball blue 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar 1 Ball freezer JAMS JELLIES 1 Ball home canning or jelly jar 1 Ball blue 1 Ball home canning or jel ly jar 1 Ball freezer Kerr is offering 12 cer tificates good for any size case of Kerr Home Canning and Freezing Jars and eight home canning From each class the two best exhibits canned in Kerr jars and sealed with Kerr caps and lids shall be FRUITS first 2 dozen Kerr home caning l Kerr home cann ing book second i dozen Kerr home canning 1 Kerr home can ning first 2 dozen Kerr home caning 1 Kerr home canning book second 1 dozen Kerr home canning l Kerr home canning PICKLES RELISHES first 2 dozen Kerr home caning 1 Kerr home canning book se cond 1 dozen Kerr home cann ing 1 Kerr home canning JAMS JELLIES first 2 dozen Kerr home caning 1 Kerr home canning book second 1 dozen Kerr home canning 1 Kerr home canning Each exhibitor may win only one Clothing Entries will be accepted between 8 and 6 on Judging will be 24 at 9 Clothing score card Workman 40 Suitability of garment of 20 Suitability of fabric to 20 harmony of color and There will be one garment for the best of show in each age There will be one tricolor award for best of show garment in all Three pieces of material will be awarded for TriColor Groups which may be entered Ages 9 to 13 school or blouses ages 14 to 20 school street dresses or sport shirts ages 21 and over daytime best dress or tailor sport childrens coats and dresses and boys Rules No judge or any member ot nis immediate family may exhibit in any class that he or she will Open to residents of Comal County and its trade Garment must be the work of the Article of clothing must not be soiled or faded and must not hve been on ex hibit May be made of any Exhibitor must bring hanger and have garment as to age All ar ticles must be in my Judges decision will be An admission pass will be given for each entry Handwork Entries will be accepted between 8 and 6 All entries must be picked up by noon The fair association will be responsi ble for articles left after the One trohy and eight tricolor rib bons will be the donated by World of will be given to the item considered Best oi There will be eight categories for tricolor ribbon if entries Blue ribbons will be given for red for and white for Articles which are soiled or unfit for exhibiting will not be no machine stitched embroidery will be No framed An ad mission pass will be given for each entry Categories Embroidery doily luncheon luncheon guest or tea towls pot holders pillow cases 1 chair sets Tatting Doilies hankies edgins d yard or Handweaving placemats Quilts patchwork solid Crocheting chair set pot holders ac cessories lamp baby baby hankies edgings l Rugs none from kits Knitting baby doilies Miscellaneous Pin hot bottle any article not listed ex cept framed Christmas if made from a These items will be entered in the arts and crafts Heirlooms Antiques Entries will be accepted between 8 and 6 All entries must be accepted by the screening committee and their decision will be All entries must be picked up no late than noon Two trophies will be One trophy for best preserved entry and one for the most interesting Award ribbons will be blue for red for second and white for Tricolor if will be Rules All items must be clean and free of dirt or rust and be in good No person who is engages in buying or selling antyi ques as a full or parttime business shall No article shall be ac cepted that is too large to fit in the Collectibles are items that date from 1920 to 1950 and antiques must be at least 50 years Ex hibitors will receive one free admis sion pass for each entry The following are suggested for items to be entered books and documents button collectins bottles and jars clocks and watches china crockery dolls and doll fur niture eyeglasses firearms adult or children hand work household ar ticles glassware kitchenware ironware lamps ivory lanterns jewelry money mens ccessories musical instruments novelties ic paintings and photograhs toys tools Horticulture Ribbons will be awarded as follows In each first of blue ribbon second of red and white Waynes Landa Garden Center will award trophies to best best cacti or succelent best flowering plant best in best dish best cut flowers and most unusual Tricolor ribbons will be if The Plant Haus will award a trophy to best junior division Plants will be judged according to proportion to and trueness of This is an amateur show An amateur is one who grows plants for pleasure All exhibits must be approved by the screening See Page 12 PUBLIC NOTICE Please be advised MORRIS GLASS OF NEW IMAUNFELS is not affiliated with Morris Glass of San or Roadrunners Windshield Comal County Olatt Worrit at 950 IH 35 New Braunfils will eontinue to business as 6256987 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by heiv Braunfels Herald Publishing at Atw DA VID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEB RE Managing Editor DEBORAH LA WRENCE Office Manager UTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL McCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL A VERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery onlyl six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six 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