Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined

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Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 1)

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Fairs--Village of Ashley--Delaware County--Ohio
Village of Ashley--Oxford Township--Delaware County--Ohio

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[corresponds to front cover of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Program]

37th ANNUAL EXHIBITION
"The Best Little Fair in Ohio"

THE HOME OF THE JUNIOR FAIR - ASHLEY OHIO

ASHLEY FAIR AND JUNIOR FAIR COMBINED
AUGUST 3-5 1949

Date

Aug 3, 1949

Rights

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[page 2]

[corresponds to inside front cover Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Program]

FAIR PROGRAM
1949

Wednesday
all exhibits must be placed before
8:00 P.M.

8:00 P.M. Program in front of the grandstand.

THURSDAY
Junior Day

Judging in all departments starts at 9:00 A. M. except as program.
9:00 A.M. Judging of Swine - Senior
10:00 A.M. Judgingof Swine - Junior
Showmanship of swine - - Junior
11:00 A.M. Judging of Sheep - Senior
12:00 Noon Judging of Sheep - Junior
1:00 P.M. Showmanship of Sheep - Junior
2:00 P.M. Starting of Races
8:00 P.M. Program in front of the Grandstand.
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[corresponds to front insert cover]

Entry Blank

Ashley Fair

August 3-5.1949

Entry Blank

All entries must be in the hands of Delbert Ashbrook, Sec'y. not later than 10 P.M.

Sat. July 30, 1949.
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[corresponds to page 1 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Ashley Fair

FRIDAY

Delaware County Day

9:00 A.M. Judging of Dairy Cattle, Junior
10:00 A.M. Judging of Dairy Cattle, Senior
11:00 A.M. Showmanship of Dairy, Junior [sic]
11:30 A.M. Judging of Beef Cattle, Junior
12:00 Noon Judging of Beef Cattle, Senior
12:30 P.M. Showmanship of Beef Cattle, Junior
7:00 P.M. Stock Parade in front of the grandstand.
8:00 P.M. Program in front of the Grandstand.

Three Big Nite Fairs

Come Every Nite!
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[corresponds to page 2 & 3 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]



Ashley Fair

OFFICERS
President ..............Henry Brandes, Ashley
Vice President.......................Don Kipp
Treasurer...........Worth McGonigle, Delaware
Secretary .........Del Ashbrook, Leonardsburg

Board of Directors
Post office Term Expires
Worth McGonigle, Delaware..................Jan. 1, 1951
J.W. Henry, Ashley.........................Jan. 1, 1951
Don Kipp...................................Jan. 1, 1951
Hubert Osborne, Leonardsburg...............Jan. 1, 1951
F. P. Jackson, Ashley......................Jan. 1, 1950
Roy Howison, Leonardsburg..................Jan. 1, 1950
Delbert Ashbrook, Leonardsburg.............Jan. 1, 1950
Henry Brandes, Ashley......................Jan. 1, 1950
W.O. Zigler, Ashley........................Jan. 1, 1950
Walter Cook, Sunbury.......................Jan. 1, 1952
Neal Olds, Ashley..........................Jan. 1, 1952
Earl Poole, Leonardsburg...................Jan. 1, 1952
Marion Westbrook, Ashley...................Jan. 1, 1952
Garrie Strine, Ashley......................Jan. 1, 1952
Kay Fry, Leonardsburg......................Jan. 1, 1952

Executive Board

Henry Brandes Don Kipp F. P. Jackson



SUPERINTENDENTS DEPARTMENTS

Junior Fair.........................Brandes and Fry
Speed................................Kipp and Henry
Cattle Show........................Howison and Pool
Sheep Show..................................Osborne
Swine Show................................Westbrook
Poultry Show.................................Strine
Farm Products..................................Cook
Art Hall..................................McGonigle
Concession.......................Zigler and Jackson
Night Fair.......................McGonigle and Olds
Grand Stand.....................Neal Olds, Ph. 2062
Grounds Committee..................Kipp and Brandes


ADMISSION

Cars Free in Parking Lot

Membership Tickets ............................$1.50
Single Tickets day ............................ .50
Single Tickets Night .......................... .50
Grandstand Day ................................ .50
Reserved Seats ................................ 1.00
Grand Stand Night ............................. .50
The above prices include Tax
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[corresponds to pages 4 & 5 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

C. R. SHIVELY MOTORS SALES


C. R. SHIVELY STUDEBAKER SALES and SERVICE

OPEN ALL NIGHT

AAA Representative
32-34 Spring Street

Phones 2101-2201
DELAWARE, OHIO


Congratulations to the 26th ANNUAL ASHLEY
Junior Fair

The first JUNIOR FAIR in the U.S.A. was organized in Ashley, Ohio, in 1924.

After three successful years of operation the plan was adipted by most of the Fairs in North America.

Today all Ohio Fairs have a Junior Fair.

LET'S BOOOST THE FIRST JUNIOR FAIR IN AMERICA FOR 1949!

Westbrook Hardware

Ashley, Ohio
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[corresponds to page 6 & 7 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

of the

Ashley Independent

Agricultural Society

ARTICLE I-TITLE
This society shall be known as the Ashley In-
dependent Agricultural Society.

ARTICLE II-OBJECT
The object of this Society shall be to promote
and encourage agriculture, horticulture and the
rearing of better livestock,
improve domestic science
and art, promote general Community betterment,
together with all ohter industrial, commercial
and educational interests of the County.

ARTICLE IV - Board of Directors
SEc. 1. The Board of Directors of this Society
shall consist of fifteen members who shall be
elected by ballot at the annual election of the Society.



Sec. 2 The Directors shall be elected for a
term of three years and until their successors
are elected and qualified.

Sec. 3 The term of office of the directors
shall be so arranged that the term of office of
one-third of the directos shall expire annually.

ARTICLE V - ELECTION
Sec. 1 The annuual[sic] meeting of the members of
the society and the annual election of the directors
of the society shall be held in the village
of Ashley on the first Saturday in October of
each year. The election shall be held by Ballot
and the polls shall be open between the hours
of 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. Reorganizing the board
after election.

Sec. 2 Only those persons over twenty-one
years of age who are residents of Delaware
County and who have purchased memabership
tickets before the last day of the Fair shall be
entitled to vote or to hold office. The casting
of votes for directors by prozies is not to be
permitted.

Sec. 3 The term of office of the retiring directors
shall expire, and that of the directors
elect shall begin on January First of each year.

Sec. 4 Members of the Society must declare
thier candidacy for the office of Director of the
Society by filing with the Secretary of the
Society, a petition signed by five or more members
of the Society. Candidates for Director must
file their petition at least three days prior

Sec. 5 The annual election of the Society shall
be held by three judges and two clerks appointed
by the President.

Sec. 6. Any vacancy on the Board of Directors
caused by death, re-election, refusal to qualify,
removal fromthe County, or other causes, may
be filled by the Board until the next annual
election, when a director shall be elected for
the unexpired term.
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[corresponds to page 8 & 9 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

C. Whipple

Red & White

STORE

in Ashley

THE ONE

Complete Food Market

We Cater to All
PHONE 2294


For Soil Improvement

USE

Farmlyme, Farmlyme fertilizers
Stock-Gro. Milk in the Green Barrel

Poultry, Turkey, Dairy & Hog Feeds
Feeds For Your Every Need

KURGEE'S PAINTS

Feed Grinding & Mixing

the "Know How" of Pleasing You

Lockhart's Life Guard Feed Service

Potter St. Delaware, Ohio Telephone 2435



Article VI-Organization and Meetings

Sec. 1. The Board of Directors shall annually
meet on the first Saturday in November and
elect a president, vice-president and
treasurer to serve one year, and the secretary
to serve three years, and until their successors
are elected and qualified.

Sec. 2. The election of officers by the Board
of Directors shall be by ballot in all cases.

Sec. 3 The Secretary and treasurer may or
may not be Directors of the Society.

Sec. 4. Before election of officers the newly
elected directors shall qualify by taking oath
(or affirmation) before a competent authority.

Sec. 5. The Board of Directors shall conform
to the rules and regulations of the state board
of agriculture.

Sec. 6. A majority of the members of the
Board shall constitute a quorum to transact
business, and the president shall appoint, from
the Board of Director, a committee of two,
who, with the president, shall constitute an
executive committee, whose duties shall be to
represent the Board in case of emergency, when
not in session.

Article VII - Duty of Officers


Sec. 1. The President shall preside at all meetings
of the Society and the Board of Directors.
He shall have the right to appoint all committees.
At the written request of seven or more
Directors or at such times as he may think the
interest of the Society demands he shall call
special meetings of the Board. It shall also be
the duty of the President to see that the rules
and regulations of the Society, the laws of Ohio
and the rules and regulations of the State Board
of Agriculture governing the Society, are duly
enforced and it shall be his further duty to
exercise a general superintendency of same.
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[pages 10 & 11 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Ohio State Fair

AUGUST 27 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2, 1949

SUPPORTED BY

COUNTY AND

INDEPENDENT

FAIRS

CONSESSIONAIRES,
EXHIBITORS
AND VISITORS,

Welcome!

Write
HOWARD S. FOUST
State Fair Manager
713 State Office Bldg.
Columbus, 15, Ohio

THE CROSSROAD OF THE NATION




Sec. 2. In the absence of the President the
Vice-President shall assume the duties of the
President.

Sec. 3. The secretary shall keep a record of
the proceedings of the Society, and of the Board
of Directors. He shall receive all money due the
Society, except from the sale of tickets by the
Treasurer. He shall keep in his office a list of
the members of teh Society, which list shall be
open to public inspection at all times. He shall
report to the Auditing Committee and the State
Board of Agriculture as required by its rules.
He shall attend to all other business connected
with his office. (He shall give a satisfactory
bond to the Board of Directors to insure the
faithful performance of his duties) (Optional)
(___) and shall b paid such compensation for
his services as shall be agreed upon by the
Board.

Sec. 4. The Treasurer shall receive from the
Secretary all moneys collected by him and for
tickets sold during the Fair. He shall pay all
orders drawn upon him by the Secretary and
make a proper report to the Board of Directors
or to the Auditing Committee, as required by the
State Board of Agriculture. He shall give a
satisfactory bond to the Board of Directors to
insure the faithful performance of his duties
and shall be paid such compensation for his
services as shall be agreed upon by the Board.

Article VIII - Amendments

Amendments or alterations of this constitution
may be made only at the annual meeting of the
members of the society and a two-thirds vote of
the members present shall be necessary to adopt.
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[corresponds to page 12 & 13 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Longwell's

Variety Store

Ashley, Ohio

Gifts For

All Occasions


Anderson's
Hi-Speed
Service

Lunches-Gasoline

Auto Repair Route 42

Ashley, Ohio




Rules and Regulations
-----
No. 1. All entries shall be made in the name of the
BONA-FIDE owner, or premiums will not be paid.

No. 2 Cards will be furnished to all exhibitors
at the Secretary's office containing the number
and class of entries, which must be attached to
animals or articles when exhibited.

No. 3 When articles or animals are not determined
worthy, the judge shall refuse to award premiums.

No. 4. On receipt of application for entries
with enclosed FEES, entry tags will be filled
out, otherwise not.

No. 5. The Society reserves the privilege to
RETURN or REFUSE entries.

No. 6 Membership is obtained by the payment
of one dollar and twenty cents and personally
having your name and postoffice recorded by
the secretary. Residents [sic] of Delaware Co. will be
required to purchase a membership ticket which
will [sic] entitle [sic] them to vote at the annual election
also to exhibit as much as they think right at
the annual fair free of charge. Non-residents
will be required to purchase a membership
ticket, which will have no voting power.
Only owners of membership tickets will be entitled to exhibit.

No. 7. All exhibitors, who interfere with the
judge during his deliberations, will forfeit any
and all premiums which may be awarded him.

No. 8. No person shall be permitted withing the
exhibition ring except the officers of the Society
and the judge.
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[corresponds to pages 14 & 15 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

No. 9. No one shall be allowed to see entries
until after books are closed.

No. 10. No stock or other articles are to be
removed from the grounds before 4 P.M. of the
last day of the fair, except on written permission
of the member in charge, or the president.

No. 11. The Board will take reasonable precaution
for the safety of persons and the preservation
of stock and articles on exhibition;
but will not be responsible [sic] for ANY LOSS OR
DAMAGE that may occur.

No. 12. Entries in all Departments will close
July 30.

No. 13. Straw will be furnished FREE to all
exhibitors of stock, and all race horsed entered
in the races provided by the Ashley Independent
Agricultural Society.

No. 14. Exhibitors are prohibited from distributing
advertising matter that will conflict in any
manner with the concessions sold by the Ashley
Independent Agricultural Society.

No. 15. Holders of concessions are themselves
LIABLE for any infraction of law and have no
claim on the Ashley Independent Agricultural
Society for refund of Fees paid.

No. 16. All articles, animals, concessions and
exhibitors MUST keep in the space provided for
them.

No. 17. Positively no changes or additional
entries made after the entry books are closed.

No. 18. Entries shall not be taken for classes
not published in this catalog.

No. 19. Junior premiums will be paid by
Sept. 1. Senior by December 1st; and all premiums
not called for by the FIRST of January,
1950, will be forfeited to the Society.

No. 20. Speed Ring purses will be paid in full
fair week.


The necessary expenses of the fair will next
be paid. Should the remainder be insufficient
to discharge the other premiums in full, the
Board reserves the right to prorate according to
funds.

No. 21. A parade of horses and cattle will be
given, which all must enter. Failure to enter
parade subject or forfeit of premium.

No. 22. No deliveries shall be made by truck
or wagon between the hours of 11 A.M. and 3 P.M.


There will be Three Big Nite
Fair's - Come every Nite!


INSTRUCTIONS TO JUDGES

No premiums to be awarded to unworthy exhibits.
If article or animal is not properly classified
it shall be ruled out.

No article to b judged (except sweepstakes)
unless duly entered on the books of the Secretary.

Attach no cards ot exhibits not in Judge's
books.

No conversing with exhibitors or others as to
the ownership of certain articles or animals
until after the premiums have been awarded.

Permit only superintendents and grooms in the show rings.

When the award is finished, the Judge must
sign and return books to the Secretary.
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[corresponds to pages 16 & 17 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

SPEED PROGRAM
Kipp and Henry, Supts.
RUNNING RACES
THURSDAY'S RACE - Aug. 4

1/2 Mile Run .......................$125.00
3/4 Mile Run .......................$175.00

Local Pony Race no entry fee, all Ponies must
be 50 inches and under.

5/8 Mile Run .......................$150.00
1 Mile Run .........................$200.00

Local Pony Race, no entry fee, all Ponies
must be 56 inches and under.
A $20.00 prize will be paid in each class as
follows: $7, $6, $4 and $3.

FRIDAY'S RACE - Aug. 5

1/2 Mile Run .......................$125.00
5/8 Mile Run .......................$150.00
3/4 Mile Run .......................$175.00
1 Mile Run .........................$200.00
3/4 Mile Run (Horses not 1, 2, 3 either Day) $100

Local Pony Race, no entry fee, all Ponies
must be 56 inches and under.
A $20.00 prize will be paid in each class as
follows: $7, $6, $4 and $3.

RACING CONDITIONS

At least 5 horses must start n each event and
a fee of $1.00 will be charged to each entry and
this money will be paid to horse finishing 5th.
All purses will be divided as follows: 60, 25, 10,
5 per cent.

All horses must be declared in by 11:00 A.
M. day before race and report at the paddock
not later than 10 minutes before race is called
and any horse which in the opinion of Judges
is not in condition to run will be excused upon
being requested by the trainer. 25 minutes will
be allowed between races.

There will be no fee charged for horses in
conditional races and there will be only 4 monies.
We reserve all rights to change schedule
in case of weather.



Chevrolet Cadillac

Delaware
Motor Sales, Inc.
199 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio

Read Page 16

for Information

Regarding The

Race Program

A Good One is

Assured this Year
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[page 13]

[corresponds to pages 18 & 19 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Delaware Oliver

Store

Oliver Sales & Repair Services

15 North Henry Street

DELAWARE, OHIO

Phone 2574


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IMPROVED!
NOW YOU CAN GROW A
STILL
BIGGER, BETTER ..SURER
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say 'maize'
MOEWS
Improved - HYBRIDS

H.F. BRANDES
ASHLEY, OHIO
Phone 2501


Curtis Gale

Roofing, Spouting

and

Roof Painting

Phone 2192
Ashley, Ohio
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[page 14]

[corresponds to pages 20 & 21 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Ashley Phone 2101 -- Condit 172-R5
Delaware County
Farm Bureau Co-op
Association

Quality
Farm Bureau
Products

Feed, Grinding and Milling
Seeds, Hardware, Farm Ma-
chinery,Fence, Universal Milk-
ers, Electrical Appliances, Fer-
tilizer and Coal....

Petroleum Products - Tank
Truck Services

All Kinds of Farm Supplies

Buy and Sell Thru Your Local
Farm Bureau Cooperative.

Delaware Phone 2160. Sunbury Phone 29


Best Wishes
FOR A
Successful
Ashley Fair

For all Your

Insurance Needs
REAL ESTATE

Myers & Myers
Ashley Phone 9-2875
Delaware Phone 2875


Ashley Produce

Buyers

POULTRY CREAM EGGS

Success to The Fair

Phone 2131 Ashley, Ohio
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[corresponds to page 22 & 23 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT B

CATTLE


ROY HOWISON, EARL POOLE, SUPTS.
PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK

Entries open Monday, July 25, and close Saturday,
July 30, at 10 P.M.

EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WEDNESDAY NIGHT

A senior yearling is a calf dropped between
July 1st, 1947 and July 1, 1948.

A junior yearling is a calf dropped between
January, 1948 and July 1, 1948.

One herd only will be recognized in the herd
show owned [sic] by exhibitor.

Trophies will be given by Borden Hamilton
Moores & Ross Milk Companies, of Columbus,
for Showmanship of any Diary Breed.

All Cattle Must Be Blood Tested

HEREFORD
CLASS 5

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4
4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd [sic], bull and
3 females any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.



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DELAWARE HARDWARE

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DELAWARE, OHIO
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[corresponds to page 24 & 25 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


SHORTHORNS
CLASS 6
__
On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:
1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.

Compliments of
OLD'S
Hardware

ASHLEY, OHIO



ANGUS
CLASS 7

READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:
1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.

HOLSTEIN
CLASS 8

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:
1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.
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[corresponds to pages 26 & 27 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

JERSEY
CLASS 9


On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.

L.N. BENNETT

Fire, Life and Automobile
Insurance


116 1/2 East High Street
Phone 2462 Ashley, Ohio


GUERNSEY
CLASS 10


On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:
1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.

BROWN SWISS
CLASS 11

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:
1. Aged Bull ................$7 $5 $4
2. Bull, senior yearling .... 7 5 4

4. Bull Calf ................ 5 4 2
5. Cow, 3 yrs. and over ..... 7 5 4
6. Heifer, 2 yrs. and under 3 6 4 3
7. Heifer, 1 yr. and under 2 6 4 3
8. Heifer Calf............... 5 4 2
9. Breeder's herd, bull and
3 females, any age ........5.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Champion Bull ....................Champ. Rib.
11. Champion Cow ....................Champ. Rib.
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[corresponds to pages 28 & 29 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT C
SWINE
MARION WESTBROOK

PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK
Entries open Monday, July 25, and closed [sic]
Saturday, July 30, at 10 P.M.

EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Breeder's herds shall consist of ne boar, three
sows [sic], all owned by the exhibitor or there will
be no premium.

SOW and LITTER Class for Pigs Under 8 Wks.


POLAND CHINAS
CLASS 12

READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

ON the above clas the [sic] following premiums
will be paid:

1. Boar, 2 years and over .....$3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Boar, 1 year, under 2 ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Boar, 6 mo., under 1 year .. 2.00 1.00 .75
4. Boar, under 6 months .....N 2.00 1.00 .75
5. Sow, 2 years and over ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Sow, 1 year, under 2 ....... 2.00 1.00 1.00
7. Sow, 6 mos. under 1 yr. 2.00 1.00 1.00
8. Sow, under 6 months .........2.00 1.00 .75
9. Sow and litter .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Breeder's herd .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
11. Champion Boar ....................Champ. Rib
12. Champion Sow ....................Champ. Rib


Westbrook
Motor ..
Sales

CASE FARM MACHINERY
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
GOODYEAR TIRES
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS

Best Wishes For The 1949 Fair
Phone 23
Marengo, Ohio
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 19)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 19)

Description

[corresponds to pages 30 & 31 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


CHESTER WHITES
CLASS 14

READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

On the above class the follwing premiums
will be paid:

1. Boar, 2 years and over .....$3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Boar, 1 year, under 2 ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Boar, 6 mo., under 1 year .. 2.00 1.00 .75
4. Boar, under 6 months .....N 2.00 1.00 .75
5. Sow, 2 years and over ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Sow, 1 year, under 2 ....... 2.00 1.00 1.00
7. Sow, 6 mos. under 1 yr. 2.00 1.00 1.00
8. Sow, under 6 months .........2.00 1.00 .75
9. Sow and litter .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Breeder's herd .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
11. Champion Boar ....................Champ. Rib
12. Champion Sow ....................Champ. Rib

BERKSHIRE
CLASS 13

On the above class the follwing premiums
will be paid:

1. Boar, 2 years and over .....$3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Boar, 1 year, under 2 ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Boar, 6 mo., under 1 year .. 2.00 1.00 .75
4. Boar, under 6 months .....N 2.00 1.00 .75
5. Sow, 2 years and over ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Sow, 1 year, under 2 ....... 2.00 1.00 1.00
7. Sow, 6 mos. under 1 yr. 2.00 1.00 1.00
8. Sow, under 6 months .........2.00 1.00 .75
9. Sow and litter .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Breeder's herd .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
11. Champion Boar ....................Champ. Rib
12. Champion Sow ....................Champ. Rib


DUROC JERSEYS
CLASS 15

READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

On the above class the follwing premiums
will be paid:

1. Boar, 2 years and over .....$3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Boar, 1 year, under 2 ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Boar, 6 mo., under 1 year .. 2.00 1.00 .75
4. Boar, under 6 months .....N 2.00 1.00 .75
5. Sow, 2 years and over ...... 3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Sow, 1 year, under 2 ....... 2.00 1.00 1.00
7. Sow, 6 mos. under 1 yr. 2.00 1.00 1.00
8. Sow, under 6 months .........2.00 1.00 .75
9. Sow and litter .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
10. Breeder's herd .............. 3.00 2.00 Rib.
11. Champion Boar ....................Champ. Rib
12. Champion Sow ....................Champ. Rib


Standard Oil
Products

D.R. KIPP
DISTRIBUTOR

"Service to your Door"
PHONE 2694 ASHLEY
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 20)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 20)

Description

[corresponds to pages 32 & 33 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


DEPARTMENT D
SHEEP
HUBERT OSBORN, Supt.
PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK

Entries open Monday, July 25, and close
Saturday, July 30, at 10 P.M.

EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WENEDSAY NIGHT

Pen of lambs must be bred by exhibitor,

and weaned year shown.


DELAINE
SMOOTH MUTTON TRYPE
CLASS 16
READ RULES Nos. 1 AND 6

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Ram, 2 years and over ............ $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Ram, 1 year, under 2 .............. 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Ram lamb 3.00 2.00 1.00
4. Ewe, 2 years and over ..............3.00 2.00 1.00
5. Ewe, 1 year, under 2 ...............3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Ewe [sic] Lamb .....................3.00 2.00 1.00
7. Flock, Ram any age; Ewe 2
years and over; Ewe 1 year;
Ewe lamb ......................5.00 2.00 1.00

8. Pen, 2 Ewe Lambs, 2 Ram lambs .......5.00 2.00 1.00
9. Best Ram, any age..............................Champ. Rib.
10. Ewe, any age ..............................Champ. Rib.

ZIEGLER MARKET

Fresh Produce
Meats of All Kinds
One of the Best Lines of
GROCERIES
L. D. ZIEGLER
2182
ASHLEY OHIO


Anderson Clothing Company
Delaware, Ohio
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 21)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 21)

Description

[corresponds to pages 34 & 35 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

SOUTH DOWNS

CLASS 17
READ RULES Nos. 1 AND 6

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Ram, 2 years and over ............ $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Ram, 1 year, under 2 .............. 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Ram lamb 3.00 2.00 1.00
4. Ewe, 2 years and over ..............3.00 2.00 1.00
5. Ewe [sic], 1 year, under 2 .........3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Ewe Lamb ...........................3.00 2.00 1.00
7. Flock, Ram any age; Ewe 2
years and over; Ewe 1 year;
Ewe lamb ......................5.00 2.00 1.00

8. Pen, 2 Ewe Lambs, 2 Ram lambs .......4.00 2.00 1.00
9. Best Ram, any age..............................Champ. Rib.
10. Ewe, any age ..............................Champ. Rib.


Fuller Monument
Works
6-8 Spring St. Telephone 2684

Builders of Fine Cemetery
Memorials

Rausch & Moore, Props.
DELAWARE, OHIO



SHROPSHIRE DOWNS
CLASS 18

READ RULES Nos. 1 AND 6

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Ram, 2 years and over ............ $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Ram, 1 year, under 2 .............. 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Ram lamb 3.00 2.00 1.00
4. Ewe, 2 years and over ..............3.00 2.00 1.00
5. Ewe, 1 year, under 2 ...............3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Ewe Lamb ...........................3.00 2.00 1.00
7. Flock, Ram any age; Ewe 2
years and over; Ewe 1 year;
Ewe [sic] lamb ......................5.00 2.00 1.00

8. Pen, 2 Ewe Lambs, 2 Ram lambs .......5.00 2.00 1.00
9. Best Ram, any age..............................Champ. Rib.
10. Ewe [sic], any age ........................Champ. Rib.


DORSET - CORRIDALE
CLASS 18 1/2

READ RULES Nos. 1 AND 6

On the above class the following premiums
will be paid:

1. Ram, 2 years and over ............ $3.00 $2.00 $1.00
2. Ram, 1 year, under 2 .............. 3.00 2.00 1.00
3. Ram lamb 3.00 2.00 1.00
4. Ewe, 2 years and over ..............3.00 2.00 1.00
5. Ewe, 1 year, under 2 ...............3.00 2.00 1.00
6. Ewe Lamb ...........................3.00 2.00 1.00
7. Flock, Ram any age; Ewe 2
years and over; Ewe 1 year;
Ewe lamb ......................5.00 2.00 1.00

8. Pen, 2 Ewe Lambs, 2 Ram lambs .......4.00 2.00 1.00
9. Best Ram, any age..............................Champ. Rib.
10. Ewe [sic], any age ........................Champ. Rib.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 22)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 22)

Description

[corresponds to pages 36 & 37 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT E

DELAWARE COUNTY GRANGE

WORTH McGONIGLE, Supt.

PREMIUMS $50, $40, $30, $20.

The following points will apply in judging the
displays.

1. GENERAL ATTRACTIVENESS [sic]
a. Quality of products shown (104)
b. Neatness and orginality [sic]
c. Grouping and labeling (50)
d. General arrangment and color scheme (50)

2. GRANGE [sic] ADVERTISEMENT
a. Work of the Grange in general (100)
b. Work of your own Grange (100)

3. FARM AND HOME DISPLAY
a. FArm crops (100)
b. Garden and orchard products (100)
c. Dairy (50)
d. Poultry and animal products (50)
e. Home canning and preserving (100)
f. Baking (50)
g. Needle work (50)
________
1000

RULES

Space will be assigned as you make your
entries. Fruits and Vegetables any varieties but
not over 4 of any one kind.

Dairy Products are to be in pint containers.

Cannned goods limited to one Quart can of each
variety.

Jellies and Preserves limited to one glass of each kind.

Baked Goods not to exceed 4 cakes and 4 pies,
bread stuff and cookies not over one dozen.


Wallpaper - Paints

(Quality Materials at Lowest Prices)

Delaware County's Oldest Exclusive

Dealers in
Wallpaper, Paints, Painters'
Supplies, Etc.
Our Stock Is Large and Complete. Try
This Home-Owned Store Before You
Buy
We Rent Floor Sanders, Polishers
Wallpaper Steamers, Etc.
We offer this service to you as a customer
at a Nominal Fee

FOSTER'S
Call 7423 For Prices
36 E. Winter St. Delaware, Ohio


Waldo Supply Co.
Formerly Waldo Elevator Co.

L. M. McCorkle, Mgr.

Grain, Coal, Feed

and Lumber

Visit our Friendly Store
Phone 4211 Waldo, O.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 23)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 23)

Description

[corresponds to pages 38 & 39 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DRY GOODS

SHOES - WALLPAPER

NOTIONS

ELLIOT AND GRIGGS

Formerly

Duncan Home Clothier


The Delaware Farmers
Echange Assn.

Dealer in

Grains, Feed, Hardware and
IMPLEMENTS

HANNA PAINTS

PHONES:
Mill 2386. Hardware 2376. West 2129
Delaware, Ohio


SOHIO
Products...
One Stop Service
Sohio Supreme x-70 Gas
Ohio's Own Products
Esso and Sohio Motor Oils
Wpr;d
s twp Fonest Mottor Oils
Complete Lubrication
We Invite You to Come to the
Ashley Fair
AUG. 3-5
DAY AND NITE

ATLAS BATTERIES
Extra Plates for Quicker Starting
Copley Service Station
and D & L LUNCH
Phone 2072
Ashley, Ohio
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 24)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 24)

Description

[corresponds to pages 40 & 41 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT F

POULTY

Garrie Strine, Supt.

PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK

Entries open Monday, July 25, and close
Saturday, July 30, at 10 P.M.

Pen consists of one male and four females.

MUST BE IN BY 9:00 WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Birds out of pen must be entered singly.

Poultry must be shown in coops furnished by the

Society.

a. Cock ............................ .50 .25
b. Hen.............................. .50 .25
c. Cockerel ........................ .50 .25
d. Pullet .......................... .50 .25
e. Pen ............................. $1.00 .50



Baby Chicks

The Year 'Round

U.S. APPROVED

Purina Feeds..

Custom Spraying

See Page 81

Ashley Baby Chick Co.

Turkey Pouts in Season

Phone 2142 Ashley, Ohio



POULTRY

CLASS 19
READ RULES Nos. 1 AND 6
Pen consists of one Male and four Females
_________

18. Leghorn, White........$1.50 $1.00 $ .50
19. Leghorn, Brown.........1.50 1.00 .50
20. Ancona.................1.50 1.00 .50
21. Minorca................1.50 1.00 .50
22. Plymouth Rock..........1.50 1.00 .50
23. Rhode Island Reds......1.50 1.00 .50
24. Wyandotte..............1.50 1.00 .50
24A New Hampshire Reds.....1.50 1.00 .50
Birds shown singly can not be shown in pen

classes.
25. Leghorn Cockerel.............. .50 .25
26. Leghorn Pullet ............... .50 .25
27. Plymouth Rock Cockerel........ .50 .25
28. Plymouth Island Red Pullet.... .50 .25
29. Rhode Island Red Cockerel .... .50 .25
30. Rhode Island Red Pullet....... .50 .25
31. Wyandotte Cockerel ........... .50 .25
32. Wyandotte Pullet.............. .50 .25
32B. New Hampshire Cockerel........ .50 .25
32C New Hampshire Red Pullet...... .50 .25
_________
CLASS 20
TURKEYS

33. Pair Bronze ..................$1.00 .50
34. Pair Narragansett............. 1.00 .50

DUCKS

35. Pair Pekin, young.............. .75 .50
36. Pair Rouen, young ............. .75 .50

GEESE
37. Pair Toulouse, young .......... .75 .50
38. Pair Emden, young ............. .75 .50
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 25)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 25)

Description

[corresponds to pages 42 & 43 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


RABBITS


On these classes the following premiums will be paid:

$1.00 .75 .50 .25 .25

1. White Flemish Buck 6. White Flemish Doe
2. New Zealand Buck 7. New Zealand Doe
3. Angora Buck 8. Angora Doe
4. Havana Buck 9. Havana Doe
5. Dutch Buck 10. Dutch Doe
11. Doe and Litter

This will be open to the Junior and Senior Fair.
All Entries Close July 30


AUCTIONEER
J.W. HENRY

Licensed and Bonded
By State of Ohio
For your next sale Give Me a Call

Phone 2732
Ashley, Ohio


Come and Bring the Family
TO THE
Ashley Fair


There Will Be
Plenty Of Good Races
Shows and Entertainment
For All

3 Big Days & Nites
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 26)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 26)

Description

[corresponds to pages 44 & 45 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT G
FARM PRODUCTS
Walter Cook, Supt.

Entries open Monday, July 25, and close Saturday,
July 30, at 10 P.M.

EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WEDNESDAY [SIC] NIGHT

All grains, seeds, and vegetables must have
been grown by th exhibitor in the year 1948.

Peck exhibits except in the corn class.
READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

GRAINS, SEEDS,
VEGETABLES
CLASS 22

WHEAT

1. Trumbell .............$1.00 .50 .30
2. Thorn ................ 1.00 .50 .30
3. Any other variety .....1.00 .50 .30

CORN-10 Ears Each
4. Ohio 939 .............1.00 .50 .30
5. Pfiester's ...........1.00 .50 .30
6. DeKalb ...............1.00 .50 .30
7. Pioneer ..............1.00 .50 .30
8. Any other Hybrid .....1.00 .50 .30

SOY BEANS
9. Soy Beans, any variety 1.00 .50 .30


First Night

Big Radio

And

Novelty Show!

The Opening Evening Show will
consist of one of the Best Radio
and Novelty Acts to be found
Anywhere

Giving you One Hour and Thirty
Minutes of Thrilling and Exciting
Entertainment.

These Acts, combined with a Big
Radio Show, will make your visit
to the 1949 Fair a day of
enjoyment for all. Come and bring
the family.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 27)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 27)

Description

[corresponds to pages 46 & 47 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


Ashley Fair Nite Program

Wednesday Nite, Aug. 3

8:00 P.M. Radio Show and
Novelty Acts

Thursday Nite, August 4

8:00 P.M. Klein's Revue and
Novelty Acts.

Friday Nite, August 5
8:00 P.M. Klein's Circus
Varieties

Sensational -- Exciting -- Entertaining
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 28)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 28)

Description

[corresponds to pages 48 & 49 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


Get Set For

one of the best

Revue & Novelty

Acts in the U.S.A.

IT'S

Klein's ...
Great Show

Complete New Show

Each Night!

Not a Dull Moment

Don't Miss These Wonderful

Performances.


OATS, RYE, and BARLEY


READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

10. Oats any variety .....$1.00 .50 .30
11. Rye, any variety...... 1.00 .50 .30
12. Barley, any variety....1.00 .50 .30

SEEDS

13. Red Clover ....4.......1.00 .50 .30
14. Mammoth Clover.........1.00 .50 .30
15. Alsike.................1.00 .50 .30
16. Alfalfa................1.00 .50 .30

POTATOES

17. Any variety ...........1.00 .50 .30

QUALITY ....
...FURNITURE

New and Used
Buy, Sell or Trade--Terms


Lloyd Furniture
Phone 2021
ASHLEY
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 29)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 29)

Description

[corresponds to pages 50 & 51 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

READ RULE No. 1 and 6

18. Six Stalks Rhubarb.... .60 .30 .20
19. Four Heads Lettuce.... .60 .30 .20
20. Three Bunches Radishes. .60 .30 .20
21. Three Cucumbers ...... .60 .30 .20
22. Two Heads Cabbage..... .60 .30 .20
23. Six Carrots .......... .60 .30 .20
24. Six Parsnips ......... .60 .30 .20
25. Four Roots Salsify ... .60 .30 .20
26. Four Roots Salsify ... .60 .30 .20
27. Popcorn .............. .60 .30 .20
28. Six Heads Spinach [sic] .60 .30 .20
29. Four Heads Kohl Rabi .. .60 .30 .20
30. Six Beets, table use .. .60 .30 .20
31. Two [sic] Heads Cauliflower .60 .30 .20
32. Six Mango Peppers ..... .60 .30 .20
33. Six Pimentos ......... .60 .30 .20
34. Three Heads Swiss Chard .60 .30 .20
35. 1 qt. [sic] Green Beans in Pods .60 .30

.20
36. 1 qt. Green Peas in Pods .60 .30 .20
37. 1 qt. Lima Beans [sic] in Pods .60 .30

.20

MELONS
38. Two Watermelons ........ .40 .20 .10
39. Two Muskmelons ......... .40 .20 .10

SQUASHES
40. Two, any variety ....... .40 .20 .10

PUMPKINS
41. Two sweet .............. .40 .20 .10
42. Two Yellow ............. .40 .20 .10
43. Two Mammoth ............ .40 .20 .10
44. Largest Pumpkins [sic] . .40 .20 .10

ONIONS
45. Half Peck Yellow ....... .40 .20 .10
46. Half Peck White ........ .40 .20 .10



47. Half Peck Red .......... .40 .20 .10
48. Half Peck Silver King .. .40 .20 .10

TOMATOES
49. Five Bonnie Best ....... .40 .20 .10
50. Five Stone ............. .40 .20 .10
51. Five Ponderosa ......... .40 .20 .10
52. Five Yellow ............ .40 .20 .10
53. Five Purple ............ .40 .20 .10
54. Five, any variety ...... .40 .20 .10

FIELD BEETS
55. Three, any variety ..... .40 .20 .10

SWEET CORN - 10 EARS EACH
56. Golden Bantam .......... .40 .20 .10
57. Country Gentleman ...... .40 .20 .10
58. Evergreen .............. .40 .20 .10
59. Any other [sic] variety. .40 .20 .10
60. For the best and most complete exhibit of
farm and garden products to be entered by any
single exhibitor, all products must be grown by the
exhibitor [sic]. Each exhibitor will be assigned

six
square feet of space.
First Premium .............................. $3.00


WOOL

CLASS 24

61. Fleece Coarse Wool ...... 1.00 .50 .30
62. Fleece Fine Wool ........ 1.00 .50 .30
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 30)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 30)

Description

[corresponds to pages 52 & 53 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


Special Notice

-to-

All School

Children


This Year The Fair will Admit
All Children Under 12
Years Free

Boys and Girls in School, Over
12 Years Will Be Charged
The Federal Tax

Exhibitors in the Junior
Fair will be Given a
Free Ticket
Good Every Day
and Nite


FRUIT
CLASS 25
READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6
APPLES
1. Golden Delicious ............. .40 .20 .10
2. Grimes Golden ............. .40 .20 .10
Five to the Plate.
3. Yellow Transparent ........... .40 .20 .10
4. Wealthy ...................... .40 .20 .10
5. Maiden Blush ................. .40 .20 .10
6. Pippin ....................... .40 .20 .10
7. Rome Beauty .................. .40 .20 .10
8.[sic] Bladwin .................. .40 .20 .10
9. Jonathan ..................... .40 .20 .10
10. Display not less than 6 varieties.. 1.00 .50
PEARS
11. Kiefer ....................... .40 .20 .10
12. Duchess ...................... .40 .20 .10
13. Bartlett ..................... .40 .20 .10
14. Flemish Beauty ............... .40 .20 .10
15. Sickel ....................... .40 .20 .10
16. Display [sic] five varieties not
shown singly .......................1.00 .50
GRAPES
Five bunches to a Plate.
17. Concord ...................... .40 .20 .10
18. Delaware ..................... .40 .20 .10
19. Niagara ....................... .40 .20 .10
20. Any other variety ............ .40 .20 .10


Delaware Rural

Electric

Cooperative, Inc.

Telephone 2462

Delaware, O.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 31)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 31)

Description

[corresponds to pages 54 & 55 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Passon Lumber,
INC.
Coal, Lumber,
Sash, Door,
Millwork

Lime, Cement,
Plaste, Builders' Supplies

John Manville Products

207 Main St. PHone 2223
Ashley, Ohio


Plums

10 to a Plate.

21. Lombard ................ .40 .20 .10
22. Burbank ................ .40 .20 .10
23. Green Gage ............. .40 .20 .10
24. Damson ................. .40 .20 .10
25. Bradshaw ............... .40 .20 .10
26. Display not less than 4 varieties
not shown singly ............1.00 .50

Peaches

Seven to a Plate.

27. Crawford ............... .40 .20 .10
28. Elberta ................ .40 .20 .10
29. Champion ............... .40 .20 .10
30. White .................. .40 .20 .10
31. Display not less than 4 varieties
not shown singly ............1.00 .50


REID'S
: Pool Room :

IF YOU ARE WARM

YOU'RE IN

Ashley, Ohio
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 32)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 32)

Description

[corresponds to pages 56 & 57 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


West Side ...
Market
T. W. Burnside, Prop.
GROCERIES, MEATS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES

Phone 2041 Ashley, Ohio


Noltings..
GREEN
HOUSE
1/2 Mile South of Ashley, Ohio
ON STATE ROUTE 42
Phone 2813

3 - Big Nights - 3


DEPARTMENT H
ART HALL
WORTH McGONIGLE, Supt.
PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK
Entries open Monday, July 25, aknd close Saturday,
July 30, at 10 P. M.
READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

Arts and Crafts

RUGS

CLASS 26

1. Rag Woven [sic] ............ .50 .25
2. Knit ....................... .50 .25
3. Crochet Rugs ............... .75 .50
4. Braided (A) Old ............ .50 .25
(B) New ............... .50 .25
5. Hooked (A) Old ............. .50 .25
(B) New ............... .50 .25

QUILTS

Class 27

6. Cotton Patchwork ............. .50 .25
7. Applique ..................... .50 .25
8. Old Quilts ................... .50 .25
9. Coverlets .................... .50 .25
10. Patchwork, silk .............. .50 .25
11. Patchwork, wool .............. .50 .25
12. Specimen [sic] .............. .50 .25

CROCHET

CLASS 28

13. Lunch Set .................... .50 .25
14. Table Cloth, all crochet .... 1.25 .75
15. Pillow Case, lace trimmed ... .50 .25
16. Towel, lace trimmed .......... .50 .25
17. Bedspread ................... 1.25 .75
18. Dress ........................ .50 .25
19. Chair Set .................... .50 .25
20. Specimen [sic] .............. .50 .25
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 33)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 33)

Description

[corresponds to pages 58 & 59 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


WHEN IN NEED OF
FURNITURE ...
RUGS or LINOLEUMS

It will pay You to Look
First AT

BENTON
Furniture Co.

40-42 South Main
Across from Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, Ohio



WHITE COTTON
EMBROIDERY
CLASS 29

21. Lunch Set .............. .50 .25
22. Dresser Set ............ .50 .25
23. Pair Pillow Cases ...... .50 .25
24. Specimen [sic] ........ .50 .25

COLORED COTTON
EMBROIDERY
CLASS 30

25. Lunch Cloth .............. .50 .25
26. Lunch Set ........... .50[sic] .25
27. Buffet Set ............... .50 .25
28. Dresser Set .............. .50 .25
29. Pillow Cases ............. .50 .25
30. Bedspread ............... 1.00 .50
31. Specimen [sic} .......... .50 .25

FANCY TOWELS
CLASS 31

32. Tea ...................... .50 .25
33. Guest .................... .50 .25
34. Kitchen Set .............. .50 .25

KNITTED ARTICLES
CLASS 32

35. Dress .................... .50 .25
36. Sweater .................. .50 .25
37. Specimen [sic] .......... .50 .25

APPLIQUE WORK
CLASS 33

38. Bedspread ............... 1.00 .75
39. Pillow Cases ............. .50 .25
40. Lunch Set ................ .50 .25
41. Buffet Set ............... .50 .25
42. Specimen [sic] .......... .50 .25
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 34)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 34)

Description

[corresponds to pages 60 & 61 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Producer's Live-stock
Cooperative
Association

Ashley Stock Yards
Ashley, Ohio

Market Your Hogs and Veal Calves
Cooperatively Each Tuesday
From 8 A. M. to 3 P. M.
ALSO
Consign Your Sheep and Lambs
Through the Sheep & Lamb Pool
FOR
Delaware-Marion and Morrow Counties
First Pool August 11
for Further Information Call
Ashley 2472 or 2501


MISCELLANEOUS
CLASS 34

43. Specimen [sic] of Tatting ............ .50 .25
44. Spec. Cross Stitch [sic] Embroidery .. .50 .25
45. Spec. Eyelet and French
Embroidery ..................... .50 .25
46. Spec. French Knot Embroidery .......... .50 .25
47. Best specimen [sic] 6 doilies [sic], any kind .50 .25
48. Fancy Bedspread ....................... .50 .25
49. Specimen [sic] Needlepoint ............ .50 .25
50. Specimen [sic] Cut Work .............. .50 .25
51. Afghan ................................ .50 .25

DISPLAYS
CLASS 35

52. 6 or more pieces of embroidery 1.25 .75 .50
53. 6 or more pieces of any work .. 1.00 .50 .25
54. 6 or more pieces of any Crochet 1.00 .50 .25

There Will Be Three Big Nite

Fair's - Come Every Nite!
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 35)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 35)

Description

[corresponds to pages 62 & 63 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

DEPARTMENT J
CULINARY

ALL BAKED GOODS MUST BE IN BY [sic]
noon Thursday, August 4, 1949.........
PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK
Entries open Monday, July 25, and close Saturday,

July 30, at 10 P. M.

BREAD

CLASS 36

1. Loaf White Bread ........................ .50 .25
2. Loaf Graham Bread ....................... .50 .25
3. Loaf Salt Rising ........................ .50 .25
4. Half Dozen Buns ......................... .50 .25
5. Dozen Sweet Rolls ....................... .50 .25
6. Doz. Baking Powder Biscuits ............. .50 .25

CAKES
CLASSES 37
7. Devil's [sic] Food ..................... 1.00 .75
8. White Coconut [sic] .................... 1.00 .75
9. Angel Food ............................. 1.00 .75
10. Fruit .................................. 1.00 .75
11. Apple Sauce ............................ 1.00 .75
12. Loaf ................................... 1.00 .75
13. Yellow Layer ........................... 1.00 .75
14. Jelly Roll ............................. 1.00 .75

COOKIES
CLASS 38
15. Dozen Cup Cakes ........................ .50 .25
16. Dozen Sugar Cookies .................... .50 .25
17. Dozen Ginger Cookies ................... .50 .25
18. Dozen Doughnuts ........................ .50 .25


PIES
CLASS 39


19. Berry .......................... .50 .25
20. Pumpkin ........................ .50 .25
21. Peach .......................... .50 .25
22. Apple .......................... .50 .25
23. Cherry ......................... .50 .25
24. Mince .......................... .50 .25
25. Raisin ......................... .50 .25

JELLIES
CLASS 40


EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Any glass of Jelly shown in display may be
shown single. Display to consist of 5 glasses
only.

Glasses must be a standard size.
26. Plum .......................... .50 .25
27. Apple ......................... .50 .25
28. Quince ........................ .50 .25
29. Red Currant ................... .50 .25
30. White Currant ................. .50 .25
31. Blackberry .................... .50 .25
32. Grape ......................... .50 .25
33. Crab Apple .................... .50 .25
34. Gooseberry .................... .50 .25
35. Raspberry ..................... .50 .25
36. Cranberry ..................... .50 .25
37. Peach ......................... .50 .25
38. Strawberry .................... .50 .25
39. Rhubarb ....................... .50 .25
40. Cherry ........................ .50 .25
41. Display ....................... 1.50 .75
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 36)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 36)

Description

[corresponds to pages 64 & 65 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Sarver Clinic

Rectal Diseases Only

Hemorrhoids ...

Removed Without

....Knife or Surgery

DR. P. M. SARVER

ELECTRO-THERAPIST

Ashley, Ohio


PRESERVES
CLASS 41

READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00
WEDNESDAY NIGHT

One pint of the following:

42. Peach .......................... .50 .25
43. Pear ........................... .50 .25
44. Strawberry ..................... .50 .25
45. Sweet Apple .................... .50 .25
46. Quince ......................... .50 .25
47. Currant ........................ .50 .25
48. Grape .......................... .50 .25
49. Red Tomato ..................... .50 .25
50. Cherry ......................... .50 .25
51. Pineapple ...................... .50 .25
52. Plum ........................... .50 .25
53. Yellow Tomato .................. .50 .25
54. Display ........................ 1.00 .75

JAMS
CLASS 42
One pint of the following

55. Blackberry ..................... .50 .25
56. Raspberry ...................... .50 .25
57. Strawberry ..................... .50 .25
58. Currant ........................ .50 .25
59. Gooseberry ..................... .50 .25
60. Quince Honey ................... .50 .25
61. Orange Marmalade ............... .50 .25
62. Grape Conserve ................. .50 .25
63. Display ........................ 1.00 .75

BUTTERS, ETC.
CLASS 43

One glass of following varieties.

64. Apple Butter .................... .50 .25
65. Peach Butter .................... .50 .25
66. Pear Butter ..................... .50 .25
67. Grape Butter .................... .50 .25
68. Quince Butter ................... .50 .25
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 37)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 37)

Description

[corresponds to pages 66 & 67 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

YOUR

Hometown Jeweler

Has Gifts That You Will Be

Proud to Give For All

Occasions

Curran Jewelry
Telephone 2183
ASHLEY

"It is Our Aim to Merit Your
Confidence and Good Will"

GROLL'S

Waldo, Ohio
Your Wayside
Furniture Store
On U. S. Route 23
Midway between Mrion and
Delaware
Open Tues., Thurs., & Sat. Evenings


CANNED FRUIT
CLASS 44
READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6

One quart of the following varieties:

69. Peaches .......................... .50 .25
70. Cherries ......................... .50 .25
71. Strawberries ..................... .50 .25
72. Plums ............................ .50 .25
73. Raspberries ...................... .50 .25
74. Blackberries ..................... .50 .25
75. Pears ............................ .50 .25
76. Pineapple ........................ .50 .25
77. Quinces ......................... .50 .25
78. Grapes ........................... .50 .25
79. Apples ........................... .50 .25
80. Gooseberries ..................... .50 .25
81. Currants ......................... .50 .25
82. Rhubarb .......................... .50 .25
83. Display .......................... 1.00 .75

CANNED VEGETABLES AND MEATS
CLASS 45

One quart of the following varieties:

84. Tomatoes ......................... .50 .25
85. Tomatoes and Corn ................ .50 .25
86. Lima Beans ....................... .50 .25
[sic]
87. String Beans ..................... .50 .25
88. Peas ............................. .50 .25
89. Cauliflower ...................... .50 .25
90. Pumpkin .......................... .50 .25
91. Spinach .......................... .50 .25
92. Asparagus ........................ .50 .25
93. Corn ............................. .50 .25
94. Carrots .......................... .50 .25
95. Beets ............................ .50 .25
96. Pimentos ......................... .50 .25
97. Chicken .......................... 1.00 .50
98. Beef ............................. 1.00 .50
99. Pork ............................. 1.00 .50
100. Display ......................... 1.00 .75
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 38)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 38)

Description

[corresponds to pages 68 & 69 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

PICKLES
CLASS 46


One quart of the following varieties: [sic]

101. Cucumber .......................... .50 .25
102. Onion ............................. .50 .25
103. Beets .......,..................... .50 .25
104. Mango ............................. .50 .25
105. Cauliflower ....................... .50 .25
106. Green Tomato ...................... .50 .25
107. Mixed Pickles ..................... .50 .25
108. Corn Salad ........................ .50 .25
109. Pickled Peaches ................... .50 .25
110. Pickled Pears ..................... .50 .25
111. Pickled Apples .................... .50 .25
112. Watermelon ........................ .50 .25
113. One quart Cider Vinegar ........... .50 .25



THE Peoples
Store ...

Always Highest Quality at Lowest Prices

Boy's and Men's Clothing, Furnishings

Sport-wear, Work clothes and Headwear

15 W. William St. Phone 2212



DEPARTMENT L
FLOWERS


For Amateurs only. Exhibits must e placed by noon Thursday, August 4,

1949
READ RULES Nos. 1 and 6



CUT FLOWERS
CLASS 47
PLEASE USE ENTRY BLANK

Articles entered in display may be entered singly.

1. Dahlias, 6 or more .................. .75 .50 .25
2. Asters, 12 or more .................. .75 .50[sic].25
3. Gladiolus, 12 or more ............... .75 .50 .25
4. Marigolds, 12 or more ............... .75 .50 .25
5. Zinnias, 12 or more .................. .75 .50 .25
6. Snap Dragons, 12 [sic] or more ...... .75 .50 .25
7. Bouquet of Roses .................... .75 .50 .25
8. Cut Flower Display ................. 2.00 1.00 .50



POTTED PLANTS
CLASS 48


9. Coleus ........................... .50 .25
10. Fuchsia .......................... .50 .25
11. Petunia .......................... .50 .25
12. Rubber Plant ..................... .50 .25
13. Heliotrope ....................... .50 .25
14. Variegated Leaf Plant ............ .50 .25
15. Fern ............................. .50 .25
16. Begonias ......................... .50 .25
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 39)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 39)

Description

[corresponds to pages 70 & 71 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

25th ANNUAL
Ashley Junior Fair

Officers

President ................. Howard Hale, Galena
1st Vice President ........ Jean Carper, Ashley
2nd Vice President ........ Donald Travis, Berlin
Secretary - Treasurer, .... Rheda Shults, Ashley
Assistant Treasurer ....... Betty Thurston

Open Only to Schools of Delaware County

All Junior Fair Exhibitors are EXEMPT
from buying a Membership Ticket

NOTICE
Animals entered in Junior Fair
can be entered
in the Senior Fair.

Read Rules Nos. 1 and 6


EVERYTHING MUST BE IN PLACE BY 9:00 P.M.



DIRECTORS AND SCHOOLS REPRESENTED

Howard Hale ...................... Galena
Mary Gay Jones ................... Radnor
Walter Humes, Jr. ................ Brown
Raymond Kelley ................... Hyatts
Dorothy Phinney .................. Orange
Brenidene Jaynes ................. Berlin
Donald Travis .................... Berlin
James Butts ...................... Bell Point
Suzann Hall ...................... Hyatts
Judith Douglas ................... Powell
Martha Jean Sheets ............... Brown
Dorothy Macklin .................. Bell Point
Daniel Thurston .................. Ashley
Paul Nettlehorst ................. Sunbury
William Stuart ................... Radnor
Sheldon Ross ..................... Delaware
Ronald Tapp ...................... Delaware
Ilene Donovan .................... Delaware
Jay Roberts ...................... Norton
Tommy Appelman ................... Ashley
Rheda Shults ..................... Ashley
Jean Carper ...................... Ashley
Nondus Miesse .................... Galena
Grace Ellen Miller ............... Sunbury
Darlene Stevens .................. Norton
Joyce Hickock .................... Ostrander
David Masters .................... Ashley
Dick Seeley ...................... Powell
Betty Thurston ................... Ashley
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 40)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 40)

Description

[corresponds to pages 72 & 73 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE
DEPARTMENT I

Donald Travis .................... Berlin

Not more than five feet of wall and table
space. Exhibit to be definite on one topic, and
will be judged on attractiveness and educational
value.

FOUR PREMIUMS
$8, $7, $6, $5


F. H. A.
DEPARTMENT 2

Dorothy Phinney .................. Orange
Brenidene Jaynes ................. Berlin

Exhibit to be definite [sic] on one topic, and
will be judged on attractiveness and educational
value.

THREE PREMIUMS
$8, $6, $4


FARM SHOP
DEPARTMENT 3

James Butts ....................... Bell Point

THREE PREMIUMS
$8, $6, $5

Exhibits to consist of 8 pieces, must be the
work of boys regularly enrolled in farm shop
class. TO BE ENTERED BY TEACHER.

The exhibits will be judged on teh following basis:

A Workmanship ...................... 50
B Practibility or Utility .......... 20
C Variety .......................... 20
__
100



BRYANT'S LUMBER YARD

26 West High Street

ASHLEY, OHIO

Lumber


BLOCKS - CEMENT - MORTAR
LOWE BROTHERS PAINTS
BUILDER'S SUPPLIES

Phone 2042 ASHLEY, O.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 41)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 41)

Description

[corresponds to pages 74 & 75 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

ARTS AND NEEDLEWORK
DEPARTMENT 4

Judith Douglas ................................... Powell
Suzann Hall ..................................... Hyatts

1. House Coat .................. 1.00 .75 .50 .25
2. Slip ........................ .50 .25
3. Cotton Dress ................ 1.00 .75 .50 .25
4. Kitchen dress ............... 1.00 .75 .50 .25
5. Utility Apron ............... .75 .50 .25
6. Miscellaneous
6a Skirt Misc. ................ 1.00 .75 .50
Dresses .................. 1.00 .75 .50 .25
7. Blouses ................... 1.00 .75 .50
8. Fancy Apron ................ .50 .25
9. Embroidered Article ........ .50 .25
10. Pajamas .................... .75 .50
11. (A) Chenille Rug ........... 1.00 .50
11. (B) Crochet Rug ............ 1.00 .50
12. Hand Painted Articles (3 pcs.) 1.00 .50
13. Remodeled Dress ............ .75 .50
14. Clothing Repair-
One Each of the following 1.50 1.00 .75
(a) Hemmed Patch on Grament
(b) Sample Darning on Hose
(c) Darning on Garment
15. Kitchen Outfit-
One Each[sic] of the following 1.50 1.00 .50 .25
(a) Smock and Apron
(b) Tea Towel
(c) Holder
16. Quilt Tops ...................
(a) Applique ..................... 1.00 .75
(b) Pieced ....................... 1.00 .75
17. Pictures, hand made (framed) ......... .50 .25
18. To the school whose HOME ECONOMICS department has the most
exhibits entered in the art and needle work department.
$8, $6, $5

ENTRIES ARE TO BE MADE BY THE TEACHER OF THE SCHOOL



VOLK-BURRELL
INSURANCE

General Insurance
206 Peoples Bldg.


Phone 2112
DELAWARE, OHIO



Don't Fail to
Read all About
The
PONY SHOW
on page 82
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 42)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 42)

Description

[corresponds to pages 76 & 77 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Rules Governing
Educational Display
DEPARTMENT 5

Martha Jean Sheets .................................. Brown
Dorothy Macklin ..................................... Bell Point

1. Competition open to all grades and High Schools in Delaware, County.
2. All work to eligible must be executed since September 1, 1947.
3. All school exhibits must be in place before the first day of the Fair.
4. Specimens [sic] for individual premiums may be a part of display,
but must be entered in both classes if entered for individual premiums.
5. All specimens [sic] must bear the name, age and grade of students
executing work on the lower left hand corner and entry blank
number for individual prizes on the lower right hand corner.
6. Work will be judged on Thursday, the week of the Fair.
7. No display or any part thereof shall be removed before 4 o'clock last day
of Fair.
8. The committee on educational exhibits reserves the right to rule on
questions not covered by the rules.
9. Each School is expected to arrange for putting up and [sic] taking down its
own exhibits.
10. Entries for all displays and individual prizes must be in the hands of the
Secretary at Ashley, Ohio, by July 30, at 10 P.M.
11. All general or school prizes become property of the school to be expended
for expenses of exhibiting or school purposes, as directed by superintendents,
teachers and pupils.
12. All entries made by a school unit may be grouped and exhibited as a school
unit display.



13. Use regular entry blank, giving number of classes and description
as to grade, etc., or see Secretary.
14. Only one entry can be made in each class by each student, in individual
classes


High School and Grades

1. Display of High School $25.00 $15.00 $10.00
2. Display, combined grade school $25.00 $15.00 $10.00

High School and Grade Work
Individual

11. Display of Miscellaneous Drawings .75 .50
12. Display of Butterflies and Moths .75 .50
13. Collection of Leaves in the vicinity.75 .50
14. Collection specimens [sic] of
disease, farm products, orchards, etc. 1.00 .50
15. Piece of Weaving Work .75 .50
16. Poster of picture or drawings
showing how to improve health .75 .50
17. Cartoon, 14 x 22 .75 .50
18. Poster, 14 x 22 .75 .50
19. Display-3 Note Books (individual)
work of previous [sic] year .75 .50
20. Farm Account Book, 1949 up to date .75 .50
21. Project Record Book for 1948 .75 .50
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 43)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 43)

Description

[corresponds to pages 78 & 79 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

Livestock Showmanship
CONTEST
Daniel Thurston ......................... Ashley

RULES

1. Contestant must be under 21 years of age and
without any college training.
2. Previous winner of any class are ineligible.
3. Contestant must show animals entered in some
of the Junior livestock classes,
and is to be the bona fide owner.
4. Steer Feeding.
5. Dairy Cattle.
6. Calves.
7. Sheep

CLASSES
PRIZES WILL BE OFFERED IN EACH CLASS

ANGUS BULL
$5.00 AND A RIBBON
Given by
ASHLEY FROZEN FOOD & LOCKER CO.

The Ohio Brown Swiss Breeders Club will present a suitable
Trophy to the boy or girl exhibiting the Champion Female
in the Brown Swiss Show at the Ashley Junior Fair.
The following conditions govern this award:
(a) The show must consist of two or more animals
(b) Trophy will not be awarded a previous winner.
(c) Animal must be fitted by youth showing same,
in the course of 4-H, F.F.A. or similar
approved project.
(d) Animal must be shown in the Junior Fair,
To the one showing the champion BROWN SWISS heifer
the Passon Lumber Co. will give $10.00.
To the one showing the champion calf any breed
will receive from Claude R. Lee, $5.00.



DAIRY AND BEF CATTLE
DEPARTMENT 6

Walter Humes, JR. ............................... Brown
Paul Nettlehorst ................................ Sunbury

MUST BE BLOOD TESTED
BEEF
1. Bull Calf, any breed ....................... $8 $6 $3 $1

DAIRY
2. Bull Calf any breed ........................ 8 6 3 1

HEIFERS
3a. Jersey, 2 yrs. & under 3 .................. 6 4 2 1
3. Jersey, 1 yr. under 2 .................. 6 4 2 1
4. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
5a. Guernsey 2 yrs. & under 3 ................ 6 4 2 1
5. Guernsey, 1 yr. under 2 ................... 6 4 2 1
6. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
7a. Holstein 2 yrs. & under 3 ................. 6 4 2 1
7. Holstein, 1 yr., under 2 ................. 6 4 2 1
8. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
9a. Br. Swiss 2 yrs. & under 3 ................ 6 4 2 1
9. Brown Swiss, 1 yr. under 2 ................ 6 4 2 1
10. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
11a. Shorthorns 2 yrs & under 3 ............... 6 4 2 1
11. Shorthorns, 1 yr. under 2 ................ 6 4 2 1
12. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
13a. Hereford 2 yrs. & under 3 ................ 6 4 2 1
13. Hereford, 1 yr. under 2 ................ 6 4 2 1
14. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
15a. Angus 2 yrs. & under 3 ................ 6 4 2 1
15. Angus, 1 yr. under 2 ................ 6 4 2 1
16. Calf ...................................... 5 3 2 1
17. Champ. Bull Beef .............................................. Ribbon
18. Champ. Bull Dairy ............................................. Ribbon
19. Champ. Heifer ................................................. Ribbon
20. Champion Calf ................................................. Ribbon
21. Champion Cow .................................................. Ribbon
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 44)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 44)

Description

[corresponds to pages 80 & 81 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


SWINE
DEPARTMENT 7


William Stuart .................................... Radnor

BOAR-ANY BREED

1. 1 year and under 2 years ................. $5 $4 $3 $1.50
2. Under 6 months ........................... 4 3 2 1.00

SOW-ANY BREED

3. 1 [sic] year and under 2 years .......... 5 4 3 2 1.00

PEN-ANY BREED
4. 3 Gilts and 1 Boar ...................... 6 5 4 2 1.00

GILTS
5. Duroc Jerseys under 6 months ............ 5 3 2 2 1 .50
6. Poland Chinas under 6 months ............ 5 3 2 1 .50
7. Berkshire under 6 months ............ 5 3 2 1 .50
8. Chester Whites,
9. Hampshire ............ 5 3 2 1 .50
10. Champion Gilt .......................... Ribbon
11. Champion Boar .......................... Ribbon
12. Champion Sow .......................... Ribbon


SPECIAL

To the boy or girl showing the Champion Gilt, any breed, the Westbrook

Hardware will pay $5.00 in cash.


POULTRY
DEPARTMENT 8

Sheldon Ross ......................................Delaware


PEN TO CONSIST OF COCKEREL AND THREE PULLETS
A-Cockerel ................................ $1.00 $.75 $ .50
B-PULLET . ................................ 1.00 .75 .50
C-PEN ..................................... 1.50 1.00 .75

Premiums as above will be paid on the following breeds:
1. Leghorn, White
2. Leghorn, Brown
3. New Hampshire Reds
4. Plymouth Rock, Barred
5. Plymouth Rock, White
6. Rhode Island Reds
7. Wyandotte [sic]
8. Any other breed

SPECIAL
To the boy or girl that show the champion pen of chickens,
THE ASHLEY BABY CHICK CO. will give FREE 100 baby chicks.
These chicks may be had any time following the fair till next [sic] June.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 45)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 45)

Description

[corresponds to pages 82 & 83 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


PONY SHOW
DEPARTMENT 9
PONY SHOW OPEN TO ANYONE UNDER 21
YEARS OF AGE IN THE STATE OF OHIO

CLASS NO. 1

Mare three yrs. old and over $5.00 $3.00 $2.00

CLASS NO. 2

Stallion or Gelding
3 years or over ....... 5.00 3.00 2.00

CLASS NO. 3

Mare 2 years old .............. 5.00 3.00 2.00

CLASS NO. 4

Stallion or Gelding
2 years old ........... 5.00 3.00 2.00
Mare 1 year or Suckling ....... 5.00 3.00 2.00

CLASS NO. 3
Stallion or Gelding 1 year
or Suckling ........... 5.00 3.00 2.00

CLASS NO. 6
........... 5.00 3.00 2.00

CLASS NO. 7 - Rosettes
Presented by Neal Olds
a-Best mare or horse pony 3 yrs. or over
b-Best mare or horse pony, 1 and 2 yrs. old.

STEER FEEDING
DEPARTMENT 10
Raymond Kelley ............................. Hyatts

1. Black Steers
2. Red steers
$10 9 8 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2

2
The fair will not be responsible for truckage on any livestock.

SPECIAL
The following premiums will be paid by Dr.
Harold Davis for the best exhibit of three head
of cattle any breed. Points to be considered: Confirmation, finish, training and showmanship.
First, $7.00; Second, $3.00.



SHEEP
DEPARTMENT 11
Ronald Tapp....................... Delaware

SHROPSHIRE DOWNS

1. Yearling Ewe ................... $5.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1 .50
2. Ewe [sic] lamb ................. 4 3 2 1 .50
3. Yearling Ram ................... 5 3 2 1 .50
4. Ram Lamb ....................... 4 3 2 1 .50
5. Champion ewe ................... Champ. Ribbon
6. Champion Ram ................... Champ. Ribbon

SOUTHDOWNS

7. Yearling Ewe ................... 5 3 2 1 .50
8. Ewe lamb ....................... 4 3 2 1 .50
9. Yearling Ram ................... 5 3 2 1 .50
10. Ram Lamb ....................... 4 3 2 1 .50
11. Champion ewe ................... Champ. Ribbon
12. Champion Ram ................... Champ. Ribbon

ANY OTHER BREED

13. Yearling Ewe ................... 5 3 2 1 .50
14. Ewe lamb ....................... 4 3 2 1 .50
15. Yearling Ram ................... 5 3 2 1 .50
16. Ram Lamb ....................... 4 3 2 1 .50
17. Champion ewe ................... Champ. Ribbon
18. Champion Ram ................... Champ. Ribbon


SPECIAL MARKET LAMB CLASS

Pen consists of Three Lambs, any breed,
male, female or mixed.
On this class the following premiums
Will be Paid
$5.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 $1.00
Lambs to be judged according to conformation and finish.

SPECIAL
The one showing the Champion Ewe, any breed,
will receive from the Johnson's Garage of Ashley, $5.00.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 46)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 46)

Description

[corresponds to pages 84 & 85 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

4-H Club
DEPARTMENT 12

Mary Gay Jones ....................... Radnor
Ilene Donovan ........................ Delaware

The Ahley Junior Fair will send one boy and
one girl to the OHIO CLUB CONGRESS at Ohio
State University, held in September, 1949.

Delegates to be selected from those exhibiting
at the fair in 4-H Club work.

RULES GOVERNING ALL 4-H CLUB EXHIBITING

All 4-H clubs exhibiting wil be graded during
the [sic] fair.

Three awards will be given to the clubs making
the best exhibit in boys and girls club work.

$150.00 will be divided among the girls' clubs
that exhibit. Money will be divided int he proportion
of the members exhibiting.

All 4-H club live stock and poultry projects
will show in the Junior fair classes. There will
be $35.00 divided among all non premium
winners of these classes.

All 4-H club live stock and poultry projects must
be entered in teh Junior fair same as any other junior
fair exhibit.

All entries close July 31, at 10:00 P.M.


Stroll Down The
Midway and Take in The Sights

Everbody Has a
Good Time
at the
Ashley Fair

Plenty of Fun for Everyone!
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 47)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 47)

Description

[corresponds to pages 86 & 87 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

FARM PRODUCTS
DEPARTMENT 13

Tommy Appelman ......................... Ashley
Jay Roberts ............................ Norton

Exhibits to be selected from the home farm
by boys and girls exhibiting.

Three Premiums ................ $1.50 .50 .30

WHEAT-PECK EXHIBITS

1. Thorne.
2. Any variety
3. Sheaf of wheat

CORN - 10 EARS EACH
4. Ohio Hybrid
5. Any other Hybrid, 1947
6. Popcorn, 1947
7. 6 Stalks and ears, 1948
8. Tallest stalks and ears, 1948

OATS-PECK EXHIBIT
9. Vickland
10. Clinton
11. Any variety
12. Sheaf of oats

RYE, BARLEY - PECK EXHIBIT
13. Rye
14. Barley

SOYBEANS-PECK EXHIBIT
15. Any variety
16. Display (Hay and Green beans to consist of
25 plants, of each variety.)

POTATOES-PECK EXHIBIT
17. Farly Rose
18. Irish Cobblers
19. Early Ohio
20. Petosky


21. Sir Walter R.
22. Carmen
23. Green Mountain
24. Any other late variety

SWEET CORN

Two Premiums-50 cent and 25 cents

25. Basket Golden Bantum
26. Basket Evergreen
27. Basket any other variety

MISCELLANEOUS VEGETABLES

28. Three Field Beets
29. Two Watermelons
30. Two Muskmelons
31. Three Cucumbers
32. Two Heads Cabbage
33. Five Green Beets
34. Five Mango Peppers
35. Five Pimentos
36. Two Heads Swiss Chard
37. Two[sic] Squashes
38. Yellow Pumpkin
39. Largest Pumpkin
40. Sweet Pumpkin
41. Best Basket Onions
42. Six Stalks Rhubarb
43. Five Tomatoes, Bonnie Best
44. Five Tomatoes, Marglow
45. Five Tomatoes, any other variety
46. Garden Display (6ft. space) $4 $2 $1

SPECIAL

The boy or girl exhibiting the largest number
of different varieties, under Farm Products,
will receive from the Westbrook Hardware of Ashley,
$3.00 for first, and $2.00 for second.
In order to compete for these prizes you must
have the superintendent in charge verify your entries.
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 48)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 48)

Description

[corresponds to pages 88 & 89 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

MISCELLANEOUS
DEPARTMENT 14

Nondus Miesse .............................. Galena

1. Fruit Display (not less than five plates)...... $1.50 $1.00 .50
2.[sic] Display of Flowers ....................... 1.50 1.00 .50
3. Most Artistically Arranged Bouquet ............ .75 .50
4. Potted Plant .................................. .50 .25
5. Doz. White Eggs ............................... .50 .25
6. Doz. Brown Eggs ............................... .50 .25
7. Fleece Coarse Wool ............................ .50 .25
8. Fleece Fine Wool .............................. .50 .25
9. Collection Weed Seed,
25 Weeds, labeled ........................ 1.00 .50


BAKED GOODS
DEPARTMENT 15

Grace Ellen Miller ................................ Sunbury

1. White Loaf Bread .............................. .50 .25
2. Loaf Whole Wheat Bread ........................ .50 .25
3. 1/2 Doz. Buns ................................. .50 .25
4. 1/2 Doz. Cinnamon Rolls ....................... .50 .25
5. 1 Doz. Cookies ................................ .50 .25
6. Fruit Pies, Double Crust, any one of the following:
Apple, Berry, Peach, Cherry .............. .50 .25
7. Angel Food Cake ............................... 1.50 .25
8. Devils Food Cake .............................. 1.00 .50
9. White Cake .................................... 1.00 .50
10. Sponge Cake .................................. 1.00 .50



CANDY
DEPARTMENT 16

Darlene Stevens ................................... Norton

Best Sample
1st, $1.00; 2nd, 75c; 3rd, 50c; 4th, 25c.


CANNED GOODS

Department 17

Joyce Hickock ...................................... Ostrander

To consist of One Quart each

1. Fruits, best display 4 kinds $1.50 $1.00 $ .50
(a) Cucumber .................... .50 .25
(b) Beet ........................ .50 .25
(c) Mixed Pickles ............... .50 .25
4. Jams, 1 pint
(a) Blackberries ................ .50 .25
(b) Strawberry .................. .50 .25
5. Butters, 1 pint
(a) Apple ....................... .50 .25
(b) Peach ....................... .50 .25
6. Jellies, 1 Pint ...................... .50 .25
(a) Apple ....................... .50 .25
(b) Blackberry ................. .50 .25
7. Preserves, 1 Pint
(a) Strawberry .................. .50 .25

Don't Fail to See
Klein's -
Big Shows
Everything New --
Including Radio Show and Novelty Acts!
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 49)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 49)

Description

[corresponds to pages 90 & 91 of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]

MANUAL TRAINING
Department 18

David Masters ............................. Ashley

FOR 7TH AND 8TH GRADE BOYS

1. Costumer ................... .75 .50
2. Magazine Rack .............. .75 .50
3. Small Cabinets ............. .75 .50
4. Wood turned products ....... .75 .50
5. Miscellaneaus .............. .75 .50
6. Wall shelves ............... .75 .50

FOR HIGH SCHOOL BOYS

7. End Tables ................. .75 .50
8. Cedar Chest ................ .75 .50
9. Miscellaneous .............. .75 .50
10. Desk ...................... .75 .50
11. Wood turned products ...... .75 .50
12. Wall Shelves .............. .75 .50
13. Medicine cabinet .......... .75 .50

TO THE SCHOOL MAKING THE LARGEST ENTRY
$8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00


PETS
DEPARTMENT 19

Dick Seeley ................................ Powell

One Premium-$1.00 for the best in each class.
1. Largest
2. Smallest
3. Best Trained, exhibited by owner
4. Pen
5. Pair


C. B. Hoffmire

GENERAL INSURANCE
NOTARY PUBLIC

Ashley, Ohio

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Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 50)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 50)

Description

[corresponds to pages 92 & inside back cover of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


Ashley Oil Co.

TEXACO
Products

FIRESTONE TIRES

Phone 2033 Ashley, Ohio


Success
To The 25th
Annual Ashley Junior Fair


Ashley Frozen Food and Locker Co.




We make this promise
"A Service Within Your Means"
Claude R. Lee
Funeral Home
Ashley, :: OHIO
Phone 2012 ((ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE))
Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 51)

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined (p. 51)

Description

[corresponds to back cover of Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined]


The Farmers Savings Bank Company

Safety and Uninterrupted Service
Since 1905

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member Federal Reserve Bank
ASHLEY, OHIO

Dublin Core

Title

Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined

Subject

Fairs--Village of Ashley--Delaware County
Village of Ashley--Oxford Township--Delaware County--Ohio

Description

This 1949 fair program contains the following: fair officers & board members, constitution, entry form, premiums paid, and local business advertisements.

Date

1949

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

Format

Program

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

11111190

Collection

Citation

“Ashley Fair and Junior Fair Combined,” Delaware County Memory, accessed May 22, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/214.

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