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This magazine was created for the 2012 Dyer County Fair to serve as a free guide to the fair, which won third place in the state of TN, for "premium book" in the Tennessee Association of Fairs. See ...

This magazine was created for the 2012 Dyer County Fair to serve as a free guide to the fair, which won third place in the state of TN, for "premium book" in the Tennessee Association of Fairs. See it's ranking here, http://www.tennesseefairs.com/MeritAwards.asp. It includes everything from the fair agenda to the rules of the contests.

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  • 2. 2   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   3TABLE OF CONTENTS8923456111213151617101418711I55/412MapoftheDyerCountyFairFreeParkingFreeParkingFreeParkingBallParkBallParkGeneral1GateEntrance2Restroom3Dr.Pepper/PepsiFoodPavillion4FairOffice-ATM&FIrstAidlocatedhere5VernonHensonStation6HospitalityHouse7MidwayCarnivalEvents8SorghumValley9FCNBAmphitheater10OutdoorArenaLivestock114-HBarn12LivestockArena13Barnyard14LivestockParkingExhibits15SamReedBuilding16CommercialBuilding17FamilyLivingCenter18ExhibitorParkingSeniorCitizenParkingArmoryHighwayPatrolON THE COVERVarious photos of the 2011 fair..PHOTOGRAPHYPhotographs throughout the book, including thecover, provided by Ronnie and Winona Brewer,Gaylon Reasons, and R.C. Owen.MAGAZINE LAYOUT AD DESIGNKalli Lipke Rob SomervillePRINTED BY:Lanzer’s Printing, Inc.Union City, TennesseeAD SALES2012 Dyer County Fair DirectorsFreeParkingGENERALEVENTSLIVESTOCKEXHIBITS General5 In Memory of Stallings Lipford6 Letter from the Fair Board President7 General Rules and Regulations34 Fair Schedule Quick Guide65 Past Fair Board Presidents66 2012 Fair Officers66 2012 Youth Fair BoardAgenda8 Monday - September 38 Soybean Recipe Contest9 Tuesday - September 410 Wednesday - September 510 Honoring Dyer County Century Farms11 Thursday - September 611 Sorghum Recipe Contest12 Friday - September 712 Youth Tractor Driving Contest13 Vehicle Drawing13 Youth Talent Show14 Children Talent Show15 Saturday - September 815 Pet Show16 Dyer County Fair & Burks BroadcastingPresent - Joe Diffie in Concert17 FCNB Amphitheater Schedule17 Granpa Cratchet17 Sorghum Valley18 Fairest of the FairExhibits23 Commercial Exhibits23 FLC Exhibitors Entry Schedule24 Dyer County Family & CommunityEducation Clubs25 Family & Community Education ClubFashion Revues26 Children’s Fashion Revues Preschool26 Dyer County Sew with Cotton Contest27 Premuim Food Preservation Awards28 Adult Exhibits41 Youth ExhibitsLivestock51 Livestock Events52 Beef Cattle52 Junior Market Goat53 Junior Registered Swine53 Market Hog Show53 Junior Market Animal Show & Sale55 Beef Registration Form56 Rules and Regulations57 Junior Market Lamb57 Commercial Ewe Show57 Wool and Woolies58 Junior Breeding Sheep Show58 Junior LIvestock Show58 Judging59 4-H Barnyard58 4-H Poultry Show58 Open Poultry Show58 Rabbit Exhibit60 TN Department of AgricultureLIVESTOCKEXHIBITSAGENDA18 FAIREST OF THE FAIRGENERAL
  • 3. 4   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   5The Officers and Directors are proudto dedicate the 2012 Dyer County Fair andthis Fair book to: Mr. Stallings Lipford -1930 to 2011Each year, the Fair Board searches foran outstanding citizen of this communitywho has made a difference in the livesof families who call Dyer County home.This year, we have chosen a gentlemanwho genuinely loved and cared for thiscommunity, and who was a dedicatedadvocate of the Dyer County Fair.Stallings Lipford was a belovedand respected leader, both in bankingand within the community he served. Hebegan his financial career at First CitizensNational Bank, in 1950. His outstandinginterpersonal and leadership skills resultedin him being named President of the Bankin 1970, followed by the designation ofCEO and Chairman of the Board over theensuing years. In 2005, Mr. Lipford wasnamed Chairman Emeritus, a position heheld until his death in 2011, ending a careerthat spanned more than six decades.The Dyer County Fair always helda special place in his heart, and he madeevery effort to involve First Citizens and itsemployees in every way he could imagine.The event closest to his heart took place onThursday of Fair Week, a day sponsored bythe bank. It was called “Senior Day at theFair” and that day always found a multitudeof FCNB employees at the fairgrounds earlyin the day, involved in entertaining whatappeared to be every senior citizen in DyerCounty. Food preparation began the nightbefore and continued until the last burgerwas served around mid-day. Everything,including admission to the fair was free,with seniors arriving by the bus load.Tents, chairs and tables had been set up andBBQ grills were spreading the wonderfularoma of sizzling burgers throughout thefair grounds. To the delight of those inattendance, Mr. Lipford was alwayspresent, with cigar in tow, to sharea laugh and a handshake with allguests. Entertainment alwaysincluded Bingo games withprizes of every description.Local talent provided songsand music to the delight ofeveryone in attendance.The highlight of hisafternoon was the reportfrom Stallings’ son Phil,telling him how manyguests were in attendanceand how it compared tothe prior year’s event.“Senior Day at the Fair”remains an integral part ofthe Dyer County Fair to thisday, and is a favorite eventof employees of First Citizensand senior citizens throughout thecommunity.The relocation of the Dyer CountyFair to the new Community Park in 1990,was an exciting event for the community.Mr. Lipford wanted First Citizens to have amajor presence, but was not quite sure whatthat might be. Avisit from Charles Cowles,one of many volunteers who worked tomake Community Park, the fairgroundsand later Sorghum Valley a reality,introduced an idea that was embraced byMr. Lipford. Charles requested that FirstCitizens sponsor an Amphitheater thatcould be used to house many of the eventsthat occur annually at the Dyer County Fair.Since sponsoring the original construction,First Citizens has funded two Amphitheaterupgrades and added additional seating.First Citizens later “chartered” FirstCitizens National Bank of Sorghum Valley,an operational replica of the bank, as itmight have appeared in 1889.For more than 60 years, StallingsLipford worked tirelessly to improve thequality of life in Dyer County. As Chairmanof the Dyer County Industrial Board, heplayed a major role in bringing jobs to thelocal community. He was an outspokenadvocate for programs and projects he feltimportant to the citizens in this community.He recognized and appreciated the roleof Dyersburg State Community College.He supported the college with his timeand personal resources as well as those ofFirst Citizens, and in 1993 made the firstfinancial commitment to the DyersburgState Community College Foundation witha pledge from the bank and its Board ofDirectors that ultimately exceeded half-a-million dollars.Stallings Lipford will be missed bymany. He truly left “A Legacy of Caring”and “A Life Well Lived.”Dyer County Fair in Memory ofMr. Stallings Lipford - A Legacy of Caring
  • 4. 6   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   7All articles exhibited at owner’s risk, but all reasonableprecautions will be taken for protection of all exhibits.All articles must be listed in owner’s name and by Lotnumber.No exhibits may be removed before 1:00 p.m., Sunday,September 9 excluding livestock and outside exhibits. Outsideexhibits may be removed Saturday night at 11:30.All exhibits must be in place by 3:00 p.m., Saturday, Sep-tember 1, 2012, with the exception of livestock, poultry, flow-ers, culinary, gardening and crops.All premiums will be paid as soon as practical after judginghas been completed.With the exception of the livestock (which must have beenin the owner’s possession for 60 days prior to fair) relics andcurios, all articles entered for exhibit must have been raised orproduced by exhibitor otherwise no premium will be paid onsuch exhibit.In showing pairs of animals or other classes, one personmust own the animals in order to receive premium money orribbons unless in case of partners operating a farm or owningthe animals together.There will be a $3 entry fee per 4’x8’ pen - with a limit of2 animals per pen; a $5 entry fee per 8’x8’ pen with a limit of4 animals per pen. Season’s pass ($20 per person) should beobtained when the pen fees are paid. Upon purchase of exhibi-tor’s pass, Herdsmen’s Passes will be available at $5 each.These passes are good for 2 days only. Two Herdsmen’s Passesare available per each exhibitors pass purchased.Premiums will be paid only on items mentioned in the pre-mium list, but any article which will add to the general interestof the fair will be welcomed.The association reserves the right to refund in whole or anypart, money paid for privileges or concessions and refuse toallow any party to operate or do business should they becomeobjectionable.Soliciting subscriptions for any newspaper or periodical willbe permitted only upon written request of the publisher andmanager, filed with the Secretary of the Fair ten days before theopening date of the fair, which request shall contain the name ofthe solicitor operating on the grounds.No person will be permitted to distribute advertising matteron the fair grounds without a permit from the management ofthe fair; except from their place of business or exhibit space.The management of the fair and thecensorship committee shall have theprivilege of inspecting at any conces-sion or privilege stand. Those failingto comply with the laws of the State ofTennessee or the rules of the Fair As-sociation shall be compelled to removethe concession or stand from the fairgrounds.Each concessionaire must confine himself to the space as-signed him.Purchasers of concessions must keep space in a sanitarycondition by removing from there any filth or refuse.The management reserves the right to amend or add to theserules as they, in their judgment, may deem advisable. In theevent of conflict of general and special rules, the special ruleswill govern.Concessionaires are requested, in the interest of all con-cerned, to buy their supplies from firms or persons listed in thePremium Book.Only businesses or individuals holding a privilege contractfrom the Fair President shall be permitted to make sales, takeorders, to make delivery on the Fair Grounds. This rule does notapply to sale of livestock and field seeds by exhibitors.No lotteries of any kind will be allowed. Organizationmoneymaking schemes must apply to the Executive Committeein writing prior to August 1, and the Executive Committee mustfurnish a decision to the applicant within one week.The Dyer County Fair Association reserves the right tochange any and all rules and declare off any classes or premi-ums because of acts of God, excessive rain, or causes not withinthe power of the management to control.The Judges shall be instructed not to award premiums notworthy of merit, or to articles borrowed or purchased for com-petition, nor those incorrectly entered.In cases where there is only one exhibitor and no competi-tion lot, the judges shall award only one premium, which maybe either 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in accordance with the merits of thearticle exhibited.The officers and directors, or any member of their familywho resides in their home, or employees of the fair will not beeligible to win money or any other fair sponsored prize givenaway by the Fair Association.All exhibits or events for competition must be held at theDyer County Fairgrounds during the week of the Fair, with theexception of fashion revues.Letter from the Fair Board President:Mr. Jeremiah HollingsworthAs president of this year’s Dyer County FairBoard, I made it my mission to bring our fair backto its down home roots. I’ve grown up at thefairgrounds showing hogs, watching the tractorpull, and eating from our local vendors, and Iwanted my community to experience those samememories this year. I hope your fair days and nightsare centered around Dyer County’s strengths andmy passions: agriculture, local businesses, and asense of community.Seeing as how one man can’t put on the showall by himself, I would like to thank my wife Tevvyfor her continued support during my tenure aspresident. Iwouldalsoliketoshowmyappreciationto the officers and board of directors for the DyerCounty Fair. Lots of long hours have gone into thisyear’s fair, and I hope it means as much to you andyour family as it has to mine.Jeremiah Hollingsworth2012 Fair Board PresidentGENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS(Please refer to special rules under your specific department)Truck-Tractor Pull7 p.m. Friday
  • 5. 8   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    9Sponsor of the Day Sponsor of the Day TIME EVENT LOCATION 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. . . . . . . . Adult Culinary Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. . . . . . . . Floral Dept. Entry (Cut Specimen) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA 4-H Barnyard 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Building 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult and Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-H/FFA Livestock Judging (Beef) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA 4-H Barnyard 5:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Heifer Show Junior Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . Artifas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FNCB Amphitheater 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beef Cattle Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena Charolais, Herefords and Other Breeds 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival Opens- PAY ONE PRICE $10.00 (Admission & Rides) Midway 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCE Clubs, Fashion Revue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Various 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WASL/WTRO Tri-State Idol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater Contact WASL for more information 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater TIME EVENT LOCATION 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Youth/Adult Field Crops & Gardening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m . . . . . . . . Youth Floral and Food Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 5:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer County Jr.Market Steer Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena (Closed Show Dyer County 4-H & FFA Participants Only) 5:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Market Steer Show (Open for Juniors from West TN) . . . . . . . Livestock Arena (Open for Juniors from West TN) 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beef Cattle Show Open & Junior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena Red Angus and Black Angus 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival Opens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midway 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Soybean Recipe Cook-Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Various 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Ermco Demolition Derby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Arena 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Exhibit Hall 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult and Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA/4-H Barnyard 7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Junior Fairest of the Fair (Ages 14-15) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 8:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairest of the Fair (Ages 16-20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater SOYBEAN RECIPE COOKOFF Monday 6:30 p.m. in the Family Living Center • Entries will be taken from 6:30 until 6:45 p.m. Superintendents- Roberta Robertson & Shirley Pilkenton DESSERTS SALADS MAIN DISH 1ST: $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 2ND: $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 3RD: $20.00 $20.00 $20.001. Recipes must contain one or more soybean products which must be identified on the recipe.2. Prepared dishes must be accompanied by a typed recipe.3. All recipes become property of the Dyer County Fair & Tennessee Soybean Association and may be published.4. Dishes must be prepared at home and brought to the competition in an insulated container or cooler.5. Contestants must be 18 years of age or older.6. Recipes will be evaluated on taste (30%), appearance (25%), originality (25%), ease of preparation (20%).7. Decisions of the judges will be final.8. One entry per person, per category.THE ERMCO DEMOLITION DERBYMonday 7:00 p.m. at the Outdoor ArenaMONDAY-September3-GrandOpeningTUESDAY-September4ERMCOMANUFACTURINGHAS DOUBLED THE$2,500 PURSE TO$5,000Monday - September 3 Tuesday - September 4supports the Dyer County Fair!We proudly sponsor Special Needs Dayand the Century Farmer’s Dinner.View all of these photos andmore on our Facebook Page.
  • 6. 10   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    11Sponsor of the Day Sponsor of the Day TIME EVENT LOCATION 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Crop Exhibits Re-Open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 2:00 p.m. - 10 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . Adult & Youth Exhibits Reopen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA 4-H Barnyard 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. . . . . . . . Special Needs Kids Ride Free - Hot Dogs & Drinks Served Must be with parent or group 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Building 3:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Market and Breeding Goat Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena (Open to Juniors in West TN) 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival Opens-PAY ONE PRICE $10.00 (Admission & Rides) Midway 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Century Farms Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley Security Bank Pavilion Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Various 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Swine Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr. Pre-Teen Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 9-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 7:00 p.m. (following registered swine show) Market Hog Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pre-Teen Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 11-13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB AmphitheaterSPECIAL NEEDS DAYWednesday 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. • Sponsored by Security Bank• Special needs kids ride free on select rides!• Hotdogs and drinks will be served for lunch by Security Bank.• Children must be accompanied by a parent or in a supervised group.• School groups should contact Sandy Baker, 731-286-3600, with number of students to attend.HONORING DYER COUNTY CENTURY FARMSWednesday 6:00 p.m. at the Security Bank - Sorghum Valley PavilionSponsored by Security Bank The Dyer County Fair will honor the families owning Century Farms. A century farm is one that has remained under thesame family’s ownership for one hundred years or more and has been recognized and designated as such by the State ofTennessee. TIME EVENT LOCATION 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Senior Citizens’ Day (Free Admission) 55 and Older 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Accepting Adult Horticulture Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Sorghum Making . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 9:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Recipe Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA 4-H Barnyard 9:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer County Junior Hog Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Building 11:00 a.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer County Junior Goat Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Rides for Senior Citizens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midway 1:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer County Jr. Market Lamb Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival Opens- Bracelet Night- $20.00(Does not include admission) Midway 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Little Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 5-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Various 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr. Market Animal Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tab Hawkins Band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outerlimits - ATV/UTV Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Arena 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 7-9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB AmphitheaterSENIOR CITIZENS’ DAYThursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Games, rides, tours of the fairgrounds & so much more! All Senior Citizens 55 years and over will be admitted to theDyer County Fair free of charge from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.SORGHUM RECIPE CONTESTThursday 9:00 a.m. at Sorghum ValleySuperintendents: Roberta Robertson & Shirley Pilkenton1. Recipes must contain sorghum which must be identifiedon the recipe.2. Prepared dishes must be accompanied by a typed recipe.3. Dishes must be prepared at home and brought to thecompetition in an insulated container or cooler.4. Contestants must be 18 years of age or older.5. Recipes will be evaluated on taste (30%), appearance(25%), originality (25%), & ease of preparation (20%).6. Decisions of the judges will be final.7. One entry per person per category.WEDNESDAY-September5THURSDAY-September6Wednesday - September 5 Thursday - September 6 DESSERTS SALADS MAIN DISH 1ST : $40.00 $40.00 $40.00 2ND : $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 3RD : $20.00 $20.00 $20.00
  • 7. 12   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    13Sponsor of the Day Sponsor of the DayVEHICLE DRAWINGFriday 10:30 p.m. at the FCNB AmphitheaterOnce again, the Dyer County Fair Association in cooperation with its many sponsors will be giving away a 2012 Ford Fiestaat the Dyer County Fair! Tickets are available from various sponsors. Local radio & newspaper ads will advise how to obtaina ticket. Watch for advertising - so you will be eligible to win this automobile. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN!!!An employee of any sponsor is eligible to win the automobile with the exception of Paragraph 23 under General Rules and Regulations.YOUTH TALENT SHOWFriday 7:00 p.m. at the FCNB Amphitheater • Director:Natalie DeBerry1. SANCTIONING AND RULES The Dyer County Fair Talent Show is sanctioned with the Mid-South Fair Youth TalentContest, and adheres to the same contest rules. There are specific rules pertaining to back-up tapes and accompaniment.A copy of the Mid-South Fair rules will be available at the Chamber of Commerce when entry forms are picked up.Any questions concerning this event may be directed to the director of this event or through our website.2. PURPOSE The purpose of the program is to discover,develop, and promote local talent among the youth ofthe area. Non-professional entertainment of worthy andappropriate nature may be presented.3. AGE LIMITS Age limits are 13 through 21. Allcontestants must be at least 13 years of age and not morethan 21 years of age at opening date of the Mid-SouthFair.4. HOW TO ENTER Persons interested in entering maypick up and return the completed form to the Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamber of Commerce office located at2000 Commerce Ave., Dyersburg, TN, 38024 (731-285-3433). Entries must be returned no later than 4:00 p.m.Wednesday, September 5. No exceptions will be madeto the entry deadline. Only the first 30 entries receivedback at the Chamber of Commerce will be accepted.5. TIME LIMITS It is recommended that an act run nomore than 3 minutes. Any act over 4 minutes may bedisqualified.6. LIMITATIONS No machetes, knives, fire, or smokeeffects will be allowed. The directors reserve the rightto disqualify inappropriate acts.7. PRIZES Five winners will be selected. Winners willreceive cash prizes and ribbons only. The first placewinner will receive $50.00 and an invitation to theMid-South Fair Talent Contest. Second place willreceive $35.00, third place will receive $25.00, fourthplace will receive $15.00, and fifth place will receive$10.00. Mid-South Fair representatives may be inattendance and invite additional contestants to compete.8. ARRIVAL TIME All contestants MUST check in withthe directors at the Amphitheater Stage by 6:00 p.m. onthe day of the contest, and back-up tapes MUST be cuedto the appropriate place upon arrival. Late arrivals mayresult in disqualification. TIME EVENT LOCATION 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Kid’s day - Free Admisson Children Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All Gates 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA-4-H Barnyard 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . YOUTH DAY ACTIVITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairgrounds Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Front of Commercial Bldg. 1:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tractor Driving Contest - Youth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Arena 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Exhibit Hall 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Carnival- Bracelet Day - $15.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midway (Does not include adult admission) 5:00-7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Children’s Talent Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr. Market Lamb Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena (Open to Juniors in West TN) 6:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival Re-Opens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midway 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tiny Mr. & Miss Dyer County Fair (Ages 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 7:00-9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Talent Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Truck and Tractor Pull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor Arena 7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Petite Miss Dyer County Fair (Ages 3-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer Co. Fair Vehicle Give Away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB AmphitheaterYOUTH DAYFriday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Bubbles, crafts, facepainting, calf scramble, greased pig chase, fair bus rides, mutton busting, various games & relays, andmore! Prizes will be given throughout the day!YOUTH TRACTOR DRIVINGFriday 1:00 p.m. • Outdoor ArenaSuperintendent - Tim GibsonOpen to participants 14 to 18 years old.2011 Youth Talent Show Winners1st - Ashley Wieronski2nd - Sylvia Kern3rd - Anne Katherine Hamilton4th - Stacia Stonebrooke5th - Brittney HermanFRIDAY-September7FRIDAY-September7Friday - September 7 Friday - September 7CITY DRUG CO.101 S Mill Ave · Dyersburg, TN.(731) 285-7284CITY DRUG CO.The Pharmacy you can Trust!AWARDS: 1ST: $10.00 & trophy 2ND: $10.00 3RD: $8.00 4TH: $6.00 5TH: $4.00 6TH: $2.00
  • 8. 14   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    15Sponsor of the Day Sponsor of the Day TIME EVENT LOCATION 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Sara Lee Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dyer County Fair Grounds 2:00 - 10:00p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Living Center 2:00 - 10:00p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing of 4-H Barnyard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WTWRA-4-H Barnyard 2:00 - 10:00p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing of Commercial Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commercial Building 2:00 - 10:00p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Reed Building 2:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pet Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena 3:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washer Pitching Contest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley Sponsored by Matthew 25:40 4:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wool and Woolies Review 4:00-7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carnival- Bracelet Night - $20.00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Midway (Does not include adult admission) 5:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Breeding Sheep Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Livestock Arena (Open to Juniors in West TN) 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . The Back Porch Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . Sorghum Valley 8:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Diffie in concert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB Amphitheater Various . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granpa Cratchet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Various 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FCNB AmphitheaterWASHER PITCHING IN SORGHUM VALLEYSaturday 3:00 p.m. • Sponsored by Matthew 25:40PET SHOWSaturday 2:00 p.m. at the Livestock ArenaSuperintendent, Jimmy Crisp, DVMSponsored by Dyer County Animal Hospital, P.C. & Animal Care ClinicLots 1-6 AWARDS: 1ST - $6.00 • 2ND - $4.00 • 3RD - $3.00 • 4TH - $2.00 • 5TH - $1.00The Pet Show will be held at the LivestockArena.All animals must be in a healthy condition. Dogs must be accompanied by a certificateof vaccination of rabies. All entries must be registered between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. All dog classes will be judged on the basis of theanimal’s grooming and response to owner’s showmanship. A bench will be provided for posing animals if owners so desire. Simpleobedience commands will count toward winning. The miscellaneous pet classes will be judged on the basis of appeal to audience.Lot 1- Cat Class. Any cat exhibited by any age personLot 2- Any dog exhibited by a person under 6 years oldLot 3- Any dog exhibited by a person between 6 & 12 years oldLot 4- Any dog entered by a person greater than 12 years old. Adults are encouraged to enter this class.Lot 5- Miscellaneous Pets. Any sort of pet exhibited by any age person.Lot 6- Trick Class. Any pet exhibited by any age person; to be judged on obedience and response to commands.Lot 7- Champion of Show. Trophy to be awarded. Winners of first five lots will compete.CHILDREN’S TALENT SHOWFriday 5:00 p.m. at the FCNB Amphitheater • Director: Natalie DeBerry1. SANCTIONING AND RULES The Dyer County Fair Children’s Talent Show adheres to the same basic rules as the DyerCounty Fair Talent Show, but is NOT sanctioned by the Mid-South Fair. A complete list of rules pertaining to this show isavailable at the Chamber of Commerce when entry forms are picked up. Questions concerning this event may be directedto the above director or through our website.2. PURPOSE The purpose of the program is to discover, develop, and promote local talent among the children of the area.Non-professional entertainment of worthy and appropriate nature may be presented.3. AGE LIMITS Age limits are 6 through 12. All contestants must be at least 6 years of age and not more than 12 years of ageon the date of the talent show - Friday, September7, 2012.4. HOW TO ENTER Persons interested in enteringmay pick up and return the completed entryform to the Dyersburg/Dyer County Chamberof Commerce office located at 2000 CommerceAve., Dyersburg, Tennessee, 38024 (731-285-3433). Entries must be returned no later than 4:00PM Wednesday, September 5. No exceptionswill be made to the entry deadline. Only thefirst 30 entries received back at the Chamber ofCommerce will be accepted.5. TIME LIMITS It is recommended that an act runno more than 3 minutes. Any act over 4 minutesmay be disqualified.6. LIMITATIONS No machetes, knives, fire, orsmoke effects will be allowed. The directorsreserve the right to disqualify inappropriate acts.7. PRIZES Five winners will be selected. Winnerswill receive cash prizes and ribbons only. The firstplace winner will receive $25.00, second place willreceive $20.00, third place will receive $15.00,fourth place will receive $10.00, and fifth placewill receive $5.00.8. ARRIVAL TIME All contestants MUST checkin with the directors at the Amphitheater Stage by4:00 p.m. on the day of the contest, and back-uptapes MUST be cued to the appropriate place uponarrival. Late arrivals may result in disqualification.FRIDAY-September7SATURDAY-September8Friday - September 7 Saturday - September 82011 Children’s Talent Show Winners1st - Madison Funderburk2nd - Sam Ferguson & Sydney Bevis3rd - Savannah Tabor4th - Callie Arnold5th - Catherine WoodwardTeresa L. Stavely, DDSGeneral & Cosmetic DentistryWishing youFun and Beautiful Smiles at the2012 Dyer County Fair!Mon. thru Thurs. - 8AM TO 5PM1911 Cook St.Dyersburg, TN - 38024731-286-0053stavely@cableone.netwww.teresastavely.comDDyer County Animal HospitalDr. James A. CrispDr. William T. DickersonDr. John Harris410 Hwy 51 By-Pass WestDyersburg, TN - 38024731-285-2043www.dyercountyanimalhospital.com2011 Champion of Pet ShowDeltaAutoplexDeltaAutoplexFREE ATVGIVE-AWAY!OuterLimit Powersports is proud tobe a part of the 2012 Dyer CountyFair, and along with the Dyer CountyFair, we will be giving away a2012 Polaris Sportsman 500 4X4 onThursday night at 9:30 P.M. to showour support.YOU MUST BE PRESENTand also MUST BE AGE 16 OROLDER TO WIN!
  • 9. 16   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    17Sponsor of the Day Sponsor of the DaySATURDAY-September8Saturday - September 8 - 8:00p.m. at the FCNB AmphitheaterJoe Diffie is a country musicsinger known for his ballads andnovelty songs. Between 1990 and2004, Diffie charted thirty-fivecuts on the Billboard Hot CountrySongs chart, including five numberone singles including “Home,” “Ifthe Devil Danced,” “Third RockFrom the Sun,” “Pickup Man,”(his longest lasting number one atfour weeks) and “Bigger than theBeatles.” In addition to these cuts,he has 12 other top ten singles andten other top 40 hits. He also co-wrote singles for Holly Dunn, TimMcGraw, and Jo Dee Messina. Hehas recorded with Mary ChapinCarpenter, George Jones, andMarty Stuart.His most recent albumHomecoming: The BluegrassAlbum was released in 2010.“I always had in mind to do abluegrass album someday,” saysJoe Diffie. “It was something Iwanted from the first day that I gotmy country deal.” And while hemight not be the first to say that, itnot only has the ring of truth whenyou hear it straight from the manhimself, it’s got a lifetime’s worthof bluegrass roots and connectionsto back it up.When Joe finally landed inNashville, he took to hanging outat the bluegrass mecca, the worldfamous Station Inn; there he raninto another bluegrass buddy,the late Charlie Derrington, whogave him a job at Gibson Guitars. He began in the shippingdepartment and moved up to the role of inspector—makingyet another bluegrass friend along the way in fellow Gibsonemployee Danny Roberts, then playing with the NewTradition—but it was clear he was destined for other things.The subsequent arc of Diffie’s career can be followed in anynumber of sources. Even as he was racking up Top 10 hits asquickly as he could turn them out, Joe kept up his bluegrassconnections, and not always in the most obvious ways. He co-hosted and performed on the International Bluegrass MusicAssociation’s annual awards show in 1993 and 1999 (thelatter time in a notable appearance with the Lonesome RiverBand and the Del McCoury Band’s fiddler, Jason Carter),and he popped up on the legendary Ralph Stanley’s award-winning, all-star production, Clinch Mountain Country, witha gripping rendition of “Another Night,” but he also turnedover a strong co-write of his, “I Got A Feeling,” to bluegrasssinger David Parmley years before he got around to recordingit himself. And he kept listening, not just to the classics andcontemporary releases he’d grown up on in the 70s and 80s,but the new stuff, too. Indeed, he says, “most of what I listento is bluegrass.”So while it might not be accurate to call this release “long-awaited,” it’s surely right to say that it’s been a long time inthe making, and perhaps all the better for it. This music is,quite simply, state-of-the-art bluegrass, shaped by in-depthknowledge, played by some of the finest talents available,and sung by an artist who’s already widely admired—notonly in the country world, but among bluegrassers, too—as aconsummate vocalist.There is no doubt that bluegrass is an indelible part of JoeDiffie’s musical make-up. Most of all, though, Joe’s just gladto have finally gotten this release out. “It’s like the stars allfinally aligned,” he says with a chuckle—and for those whoenjoy hearing an artist at the top of his game tackle the mostdemanding kind of music under the country umbrella, thosestars must surely be counted as lucky ones.Joe Diffie in ConcertSponsored by2012 Dyer County Fairand Burks BroadcastingDR. PEPPER-PEPSI FOOD PAVILIONThe Dyer County Fair Association would like to recognize the famous four local food vendors who have participatedin the Dyer County Fair for many years. These dedicated vendors are located in our Dr. Pepper-Pepsi Food Pavilion.Please be sure to visit these organizations when you come to the Dyer County Fair.• Civitian Club • East Dyer County Fire Dept.• Bogota Community Center • First Assembly of God ChurchFIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK AMPHITHEATERFirst Citizens National Bank provided our community with this outdoor amphitheater to serve many functions.During the week of the fair the following schedule of events will be held here:Monday . . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grand Opening 7:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior Fairest of the Fair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fairest of the FairTuesday . . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WASL-WTRO Tri-State IdolWednesday . . . . . . 6:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior Pre-Teen Miss Dyer County Fair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pre-Teen Fairest of the FairThursday . . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tab Hawkins BandFriday . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p.m - 7:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . Children’s Talent Contest 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. . . . . . . . Youth Talent Contest 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Give AwaySaturday . . . . . . . . 8:00 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Diffie in concert 10:30 p.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 DrawingGRANPA CRATCHETWatch Out for Granpa Driving in His Construction Truck on the Grounds This YearWatch Granpa Cratchet drive around in his miniature constructiontruck giving out construction tips, free remodeling estimates and lotsof one-liners from the good ol’ days. Granpa will be inviting youto visit him at his big stage show that takes place everyday on ourgrounds. Your kids will love following Granpa around the groundsand they can follow him all across the country on his face book page.Granpa has been seen by millions of kids all around the world atevents like ours on virtually every major network and now you’llget to be with him up close and personal at our event. This awardwinning show is made available to you as part of our event’s free ongrounds entertainment and is paid for by our fine sponsors as our wayof caring about your children and saying “Thank you!” for comingout and supporting our event.SORGHUM VALLEYSorghum Valley is a miniature settlement in a quaint country atmospheresurrounding the Old Sorghum Mill– a scene from Dyer County’s pioneerdays. Cross over the covered bridge where the sweet sounds of bluegrassand gospel music can be heard throughout the valley.A tour down Sorghum Valley’swooden sidewalk gives you a glimpseof yesteryear’s businesses. Sorghumvalley has everything from a funeralparlor with horse drawn carriage toa Dyersburg Cotton Products exhibitwith one of their machines from itsopening in 1928.Come by Thursday morning for thesorghum recipe contest and yourchance to try some on a biscuit!CarGive-awayDYER CO. FAIRADMITONE0001Joe DiffieSaturday 8pmDYER CO. FAIRADMITONE0001THISWEEKATTHEDYERCOUNTYFAIR“A TraditionWe Treasure”
  • 10. 18   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    19FAIRESTOFTHEFAIRFAIRESTOFTHEFAIR2012 JUNIOR FAIREST OF THEFAIR PAGEANT (Age 14-15)Superintendent - Marla Martin, 285-0201Monday, September 3, 7:30 p.m.Junior Fairest of the Fair will be selected at the First CitizensAmphitheater Monday night September 3, following theopening ceremonies at 7:00 p.m.1. Contestants must be the age designated by the day ofthe contest.2. Contestants must wear formal length dresses.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County orattend a Dyer County School.4. Contestants will be charged a $15.00 entry fee.5. Entry deadline is the day of rehearsal which will be4:30 p.m. Sunday, September 3, 2012. ContestantsMUST be at rehearsal.6. Entry forms will be available during the month ofAugust at First Citizens National Bank and on ourwebsite.2012 PRE-TEEN MISS DYERCOUNTY FAIR PAGEANT(Age 11-13)Superintendent- Jennifer Cozort, 285-5203Wednesday, September 5, 7:30 p.m.Pre-Teen Miss Dyer County Fair will be selected at theFirst Citizens Amphitheater Wednesday night September 5following the Junior Pre-Teen Miss Dyer County Fair.1. Contestants must be the age designated by the day ofthe contest.2. Contestants may wear short or long length dresses.Dresses should be appropriate to the age of thecontestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County orattend a Dyer County School.4. Contestants will be charged a $15.00 entry fee.5. Entry deadline is the day of rehearsal which will be11:00 a.m. Monday, September 3, 2012. ContestantsMUST be at rehearsal.6. Entry forms will be available during the month ofAugust at First Citizens National Bank and on ourwebsite.2011 JUNIOR FAIRESTOF THE FAIRAllison Brooke Roberson1st Maid, Kelsea Tomczak2nd Maid, Taylor Whittle3rd Maid, Samantha Sims2011 PRE-TEEN MISSDYER COUNTY FAIRJuli Cait Castellaw1st Maid, Taylor Maldonado2nd Maid, Whitley DeSpain3rd Maid, Kacey Baker2011 FAIREST OF THE FAIRHailey Paige Gregory1st Maid, Taylor Lewis, 2nd Maid, Chelsea Brooke Taylor2012 FAIREST OF THE FAIR PAGEANT Ages 16-20Director, Becky Walker ~ 731-286-1010Monday, September 3, 8:30 p.m.Pageant will be held at the First Citizens Amphitheater. The “Fairest of the Fair” will be asked to appear at special eventsduring the week of the fair, and will represent the Dyer County Fair in the Tennessee “Fairest of the Fair” pageant with thefirst and second maids as alternates.1. Each contestant must have reached her 16th birthday by the day of the pageant, but not her 21st birthday by December31, 2012.2. A girl cannot qualify if she has ever been married or has children.3. Costumes for the evening gown competition must be formal length. Contestants will not be permitted to wear corsages.4. Contestants will be judged on beauty (50 percent) and poise & personality (50 percent).5. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County.6. Contestants will be charged a $25.00 entry fee.7. Entry deadline is at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, September 2, 2012.8. Entry forms must be turned in at rehearsal on Sunday, September 2, 2012. Please include $25 entry fee with entry form.Entry forms will be available during the month of August at First Citizens National Bank and on our website.AWARDSThe “Fairest of the Fair” will receive a coronet and banner proclaiming her “Miss Dyer County Fair” and anall-expense paid trip to Nashville, for both her and her chaperone to attend the Tennessee Association of FairsConvention. She will also receive a cash prize of $100.00.
  • 11. 20   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    21FAIRESTOFTHEFAIRFAIRESTOFTHEFAIR2012 JUNIOR PRE-TEEN MISSDYER COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT(Age 9-10)Superintendent - Jennifer Cozort, 285-5203Wednesday, September 5, 6:30 p.m.Junior Pre-Teen Miss Dyer County Fair will be selected at theFirst Citizens Amphitheater Wednesday night, September 5.1. Each contestant must be the age designated by the day of thecontest.2. Contestants may wear short or long length dresses, andshould be appropriate to the age of the contestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County or attend aDyer County school.4. Contestants will be charged a $15.00 entry fee.5. Entry deadline is the day of rehearsal which will be 11:00 a.m.Monday, September 3, 2012. Contestants MUST be at rehearsal.6. Entry forms will be available during the month of August atFirst Citizens National Bank and on our website.2012 JUNIOR MISS DYER COUNTYFAIR PAGEANT(Age 7-8)Superintendent - Lauren Jones Young, 573-359-7795Thursday, September 6, 6:30 p.m.One child will be selected as Junior Miss with a 1st, 2nd, and3rd maid. The Queen will receive a trophy and maids willreceive ribbons.1. Each contestant must be the age designated by the day of thecontest.2. Contestants may wear short or long length dresses, andshould be appropriate to the age of the contestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County or attend aDyer County school.4. Entry deadline is Wednesday, September 5, 2012, by 11:00a.m.5. Entry forms must be turned into the Fair Office, or mailed toLauren Young, 610 Carleton Ave., Caruthersville, MO 63830.6. The Queen’s Mother will be responsible for arranging anyand all participation in local Christmas Parades for the top fourcontestants.7. Entry fee of $10.00.8. Parents not allowed back stage after contestants are lined up.2011 JUNIOR PRE-TEEN MISSDYER COUNTY FAIRAdreana Ray1st Maid, Kate Gibson2nd Maid, Ashleigh Bickford3rd Maid, Whitby Holden2011 JUNIOR MISSDYER COUNTY FAIRMattie Kent1st Maid, Kloye Terry2nd Maid, Raegan Hamm3rd Maid, Hanna Homra2011 LITTLE MISSDYER COUNTY FAIRHallie Gibson1st Maid, Emma Kate Fair2nd Maid, Pressli Hanna3rd Maid, Chloe Carraway2011 PETITE MISS DYERCOUNTY FAIRIsabella Grace Odom1st Maid, Marlajia Palmer2nd Maid, Karli Gurden3rd Maid, Claire Erwin2012 LITTLE MISSDYER COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT(Age 5-6)Superintendent - Lauren Jones Young, 573-359-7795Thursday, September 6, 6:30 pmOne child will be selected as Petite Miss with a 1st, 2nd, and3rd maid. The Queen will receive a trophy and maids willreceive ribbons.1. Each contestant must be the age designated by the day ofthe contest.2. Contestants may wear short or long length dresses, anddresses should be appropriate to the age of the contestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County or attend aDyer County school.4. Entry deadline is Wednesday, September 5, 2012 by 11:00a.m. Entry forms must be turned into the Fair Officeduring the Fair or emailed to Lauren Young, 610 CarletonAve., Caruthersville, MO 63830.6. The Queen’s Mother will be responsible for arranging any andall participation in local Christmas Parades for the top fourcontestants.7. Entry Fee of $10.002012 PETITE MISS DYERCOUNTY FAIR PAGEANT(Age 3-4)Superintendent - Regina Gregson, 287-7546Friday, September 7, 7:30 pmFollowing Tiny Miss & Mr. Dyer Country Fair. One girl willbe selected as Petite Miss with a 1st, 2nd, & 3rd maid. TheQueen will receive a trophy and maids will receive ribbons.1. Each contestant must be the age designated by the dayof the contest.2. Contestants may wear short or long length dresses,and dresses should be appropriate to the age of thecontestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County or attend aDyer County school.4. Entry deadline is Thursday, September 6, 2012 by 12:00a.m.5. Entry forms must be turned into the Fair Office during thefair or mailed to Regina Gregson, 220 N. Walker Lane,Dyersburg, TN, 38024.6. The Queen’s Mother will be responsible for arranging anyand all participation in local Christmas Parades for the topfour contestants.7. There is an entry fee of $5.00.8. Check in time is 7:00 p.m.
  • 12. www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    23EXHIBITS/CONTESTS22   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.comFAIRESTOFTHEFAIR COMMERCIAL EXHIBITSAll commercial exhibits for the Dyer County Fair will be housed in the Commercial Building. For more information, contact:Larry Gibson, 285-4941.Congratulations to the 2011 Commercial Exhibit Winners! Industrial Category Community Service Category Commercial Category 1st Place - Caterpillar 1st Place - TN Technology Center 1st Place - First South Bank 2nd Place - Life Choices 2nd Place - Gibbons Auto Sales 3rd Place - Dyersburg State Community College 3rd Place - Wilkerson Taxidermy FAMILY LIVING CENTERDuring the week of the Dyer County Fair, this building is used for the Exhibit Hall. All Youth and Adult Department entriescan be found on display here. EXHIBITS WILL BE ON DISPLAY AS FOLLOWS:MONDAY . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.TUESDAY . . . . . . . . . . 2:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.WEDNESDAY . . . . . . . 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.THURSDAY . . . . . . . . . 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.FRIDAY . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.SATURDAY . . . . . . . . . 2:00 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.THE STAGE AREA IS USED FOR SEVERAL EVENTS AS SCHEDULED BELOW:MONDAY . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 P.M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOYBEAN RECIPE COOKOFFTUESDAY . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 P.M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FASHION REVUETHURSDAY . . . . . . . . . 9:00 A.M - 1:00 P.M. . . . . . . . . . . . . SENIOR CITIZENS DAY 6:00 P.M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LITTLE MISS DYER CO. FAIR JUNIOR MISS DYER CO. FAIRFRIDAY . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 P.M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TINY MISS & MR. DYER CO. FAIR PETITE MISS DYER COUNTY FAIRJane Gibson is supervisor of this building during the week of the Dyer County Fair. The Family Living Center Buildinghas been funded by proceeds from the Jimmy Dean Bar-B-Q Contest, a $100,000 grant from the State of Tennessee andcontributions from many local individuals. Without this tremendous support, our community would not have access to thisgreat asset. This building is available for lease throughout the year for various activities. For more information, you may callPollyanna M. McClure at 731-285-7593.2011 TINY MR. DYER COUNTY FAIRJames Brian Peters1st Page, Keegan Moore2nd Page, Tucker Green3rd Page, Brody Autry2011 TINY MISS DYER COUNTY FAIRMcKenna Grace Ford1st Maid, Briley Garrett2nd Maid, Emma Grace Ramsey3rd Maid, LilyAnn Permenter2012 TINY MR. AND MISS DYER COUNTY FAIR PAGEANT (Age 2)Superintendent - Amy Gregson, 287-8711Friday, September 7, 6:30 p.m.One girl will be selected as Tiny Miss with a 1st, 2nd, & 3rd maid. The Queen will receive a trophy and maids will receiveribbons. One boy will be selected as Tiny Mr. with a 1st, 2nd, & 3rd page. The King will receive a trophy & pages willreceive ribbons.1. Each contestant must be 2 years of age on the day ofthe pageant.2. Contestants may wear short or long dresses anddresses should be appropriate to the age of thecontestant.3. Contestants must be a resident of Dyer County orattend a Dyer County Pre-School.4. Entry deadline is Thursday, September 6 by 11:00a.m.5. Entry forms must be turned into the Fair Officeduring the fair or mailed to Amy Gregson, 180Primrose Lane, Dyersburg,TN 38024.6. The Queen/King’s Mother will be responsiblefor arranging any and all participation in localChristmas Parades for the top four contestants.7. The boys’ pageant will begin at 6:30 p.m. Check-intime is 6:00 p.m. September 7th. The girls’ pageantwill immediately follow the boys’ pageant.8. There is an entry fee of $5.00.AGRICULTURE BUILDINGSuperintendents - Melissa Lowery & Eric MaupinEXHIBITS WILL BE ON DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THEFOLLOWING SCHEDULE:MONDAY . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00 PM - 10:00 PMTUESDAY . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM - 10:00 PMWEDNESDAY . . . . . . . 9:00 AM - 10:00 PMTHURSDAY . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM - 10:00 PMFRIDAY . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM - 10:00 PMSATURDAY . . . . . . . . . 9:00 AM - 10:00 PMEXHIBITORS ENTRY SCHEDULEFamily Living CenterALL ADULT AND YOUTH ENTRIES MUST BE MADE ONSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 BETWEEN 8:30 A.M. & 3:00P.M. WITH THE EXCEPTIONS OF THE FOLLOWINGCATEGORIES:Monday, September 3, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Youth and Adult Gardening & CropsYouth Floral & Food PreparationTuesday, September 4, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.Adult CulinaryAdult Floral - Cut SpecimenThursday, September 6, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.Adult Floral – HorticultureChristClassicalAcademyTransforming lives, one child at a time.We provide academic excellence in a Christian environment.Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade.Financial aid is available!After school programs offered daily from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm.Call, stop by, or visit our website for more information.1005 HWY 51 Bypass - Dyersburg, TN - 38024731-285-3727 www.christclassicalacademy.net
  • 13. 24   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    25EXHIBITS/CONTESTSEXHIBITS/CONTESTSAl Bradshaw1960 - 1999DYER COUNTY FAMILY & COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLUBS(formerly Extension Homemaker Clubs)Beth Bell, Extension Agent @ Extension Office, 286-7821Theme: “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”CLUB EXHIBITS: Any Family and Community Education Club in Dyer County is eligible to enter an exhibit in the Fair.Exhibits must be finished no later than 3:00 p.m., Monday, September 3, and must remain at the Fair until 1:00 p.m., Sunday,September 9. Exhibits may be checked out between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., Sunday.AWARDS: STILL EXHIBITS - 1ST, $75; 2ND, $60; 3RD, $50; 4TH AND 5TH, $40.OTHER CLUBS ENTERING EXHIBITS IN THE FAIR WILL BE GIVEN $30.00.Exhibits will be judged using the following scorecard. Live exhibits will compete and the still exhibits competing based uponthe following points. Ribbons will be awarded at the time of judging. Exhibits totaling the greatest number of points will beawarded 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th prizes in each division.Family and Community Education ExhibitScore Card Description Points1. Is the exhibit attractive? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202. Does the exhibit stop the public? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253. Does the exhibit give a brief message easilyunderstood? Have educational value? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304. Does the message stay with you until you get home,or long enough to pass it on? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100Entry Form for FCE & Sew With Cotton Fashion RevuesModel’s Name: ______________________________ Seamstress Name: ___________________________FCE - Circle Category:Girl-Dress Girl-Casual Girl-Dress Girl-Casual Girl-Dress Girl-Casual Girl-Dress Girl-CasualBoy-Dress Boy-Casual Boy-Dress Boy- Casual Boy-Dress Boy-Casual Boy-Dress Boy-CasualYouth & AdultAccessories Decorated Clothing Adult Sport Dress SuitSEW WITH COTTON (Garment MUST be constructed by model) - Circle Category:Cotton Dress Cotton Sportswear Cotton Dress Cotton SportswearCotton Suit Cotton Formal Cotton Suit Cotton FormalBrief Description of the Garment (Include color, fabric content & unique details of the garment): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Age3 (Walking) Ages 4-5 Ages 6-10 Ages 11-16Youth Ages 10-18 AdultFamily & Community Education ClubFashion RevuesGeneral Rules1. All seamstresses are invited to enter the Family &Community Club Fashion Revues. Participants ARE NOTrequired to be FCE members to enter.2. First place winners in the adult division from the previousyear’s fashion are not eligible to enter the same category.3. Participants must enter garments between 9:00 a.m. andnoon Saturday, September 1st at the Family Living Center.4. The following form MUST be attached to the garment atthe time of entry.5. Fashion Revues will be held Tuesday, September 4 at 6:30p.m. on stage at the Family Living Center. Models shouldarrive by 6:00 p.m. to dress for the revues.Judging Guide for Family & CommunityEducation Club (FCE) Fashion RevuesAll seamstresses are eligible to enter garments in thisrevue. Garments in these revues will not be evaluated onconstruction.Scoring:Judging Guide for Sew With Cotton FashionRevuesGarments entered in the Sew With Cotton Revues must bemodeled by the seamstress. The outer garment must be madeof 100% cotton. Garment construction will be evaluated priorto the revue:• Accurate cutting• Non-Fraying seams, finished to suit the cloth and loca-tion of seam• Top-Stitching uniform and correct• Hem secure and inconspicuous• Buttonholes and Buttons suitable and correctly applied• Zipper correctly applied, inconspicuous• Interfacing and lining applied where needed• Hand sewing secure and inconspicuousScoring:The Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50Poise, Grooming, Attitude (Children’s behavior will not beincluded in this evaluation)The Garment on the Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50Suitability of design and color, choice of texture and style,fit (neck, waist, hemline, shoulder seam, side seams, andsleeves). Accessories right for the model.Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100The Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Poise, Grooming, AttitudeThe Garment on the Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Suitability of design and color, choice of texture and style,fit (neck, waist, hemline, shoulder seam, side seams, andsleeves).Accessories right for the model.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
  • 14. 26   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    27EXHIBITS/CONTESTSEXHIBITS/CONTESTS2012 Best of Category: Pickled Foods AwardPresented by: Ball® and Kerr® Home Canning Productsand Heinz VinegarTo promote the art of pickling foods and safe home food preservation, Ball brand and Kerr brand Home Canning Products and Heinz Vinegarare offering this special adult award category.The best pickled fruit or pickled vegetable prepared using Heinz Distilled White or Heinz Apple Cider Vinegar, submitted by an adult andcanned in Ball®Home Canning Jar and sealed with Ball® two piece Vacuum Cap or canned in Kerr®Home Canning Jar and sealed withKerr® Two-piece Vacuum Cap, shall be designated Best of Category: Pickled Foods.The best entry meeting the above requirements shall be designated the Best of Category: Pickled Foods. The winner receives one completeBall®Home Canning Utensil Set (Jar Lifter, Canning Funnel, Lid Wand and Bubble FREER®), one five dollar Ball®brand or Kerr®brandHome Canning Product Coupon, a set of Ball®recipe brochures, a copy of Heinz Successful Pickling Guide and five dollars worth of HeinzVinegar coupons.2012 Best of Category: Soft Spreads AwardPresented by : Ball brand and Kerr brand Home Canning Products Ball 100% Natural® Fruit JellTM PectinTo promote the art of preparing soft spreads and safe home food preservation, Ball®brand and Kerr®brand Home Canning Products areoffering this special adult award category. any entry meeting the following guidelines is eligible: The soft spread prepared using Ball®100%Natural®Fruit JellTM Pectin, submitted by an adult and canned in Ball®Home Canning Jar and sealed with Ball®Two-Piece Vacuum Cap orcanned in Kerr®Home Canning Jar and sealed with Kerr®Two-Piece Vacuum Cap, shall by designated Best of Category: Soft Spreads. Note:The UPC from the Fruit Jell package must accompany the product.The best entry meeting the above requirements shall be designated the Best of Category: Soft Spreads. The winner receives one custom recipecard and label set, one box each Ball®100% Natural Fruit Jell Pectin and Ball®100% Natural Fruit Jell No Sugar Needed Pectin, one dozendecorative lids, one five dollar Ball®brand or Kerr®brand Home Canning Products coupon and a set of Ball®recipe brochures.2012 Adult Premium Food Preservation AwardsTo further stimulate the art of home food preservation, Alltrista Corporation is offering twelve (12) coupons (valued at $5.00 each) toward thepurchase of Ball® brand or Kerr® brand Home Canning Products and eight (8) Ball Blue Book or Kerr® home canning guides.The two best exhibits submitted by adults, canned in Ball® Jars and sealed with Ball® Two-Piece Vacuum Caps or canned in Kerr® Jars andsealed with Kerr® Two-Piece Vacuum Caps shall be selected from each class indicated below to receive the following:• In Fruits, Vegetables, Pickled Foods and Soft Spreads, the first place winner shall receive two (2) home canning product coupons and one(1) canning guide.• The second place winner in each of the classes shall receive one (1) home canning product coupon and one (1) canning guide.BEST OF CATEGORY JUDGING GUIDELINESBest of Category:Pickled Foods Award• Product was prepared and submitted by an adult.• Product is a pickled fruit or vegetable.• Prepared with Heinz Distilled White, or Heinz Apple Cider Vinegar.• Product is canned in Ball® or Kerr® Home Canning Jar and sealedwith Ball®or Kerr®Two-Piece Vacuum Cap.• Product meets all requirements from the general judging guidelinespage.Best of Category: Soft Spreads Award• Product was prepared and submitted by an adult.• Product is any variety soft spread.• Product was prepared with Ball®100% Natural®Fruit JellTM Pectin.The UPC symbol from the Fruit JellTM MUST accompany the product.(A sample Fruit JellTM UPC is shown below.)• Product is canned in Ball®or Kerr®Home Canning Jar and sealed withBall®or Kerr®Two-Piece Vacuum Cap.• Product meets all requirements from the general judging guidelinespage.PREMIUM FOOD PRESERVATION AWARDSDyer County SewWith Cotton ContestSuperintendent - Beth Bell 286-7821Following FCE Fashion Revues on Tuesday, September 4 • Family LivingCenter (Approximately 7:30 p.m.)Rules1. Contestants must be at least 10 years old.2. Garments must be modeled by the seamstress.3. All work must be done by the seamstress.4. Professional seamstresses, designers & clothing constructionteachers are not eligible to enter.5. Contestants may enter one garment in each class in his or her agedivision.6. Winners of the Best of Show from the previous year are not eli-gible to win the Best of Show but may enter in class competition.7. Descriptions must be submitted to the Extension Office (151 Ever-ett Ave.) with the garment on Saturday, Sept. 1.8. Garments must be entered between 9 a.m. and noon on Saturday,September 1 at the Family Life Center.9. Garments must be constructed of 100% cotton or a cotton blendthat contains at least 50% cotton. 1st 2nd 3rdClass (Adult over 18) Cotton Dress $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Cotton Sportswear $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Cotton Suit or Coat & Dress $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Adult Best of Show: $100.00Youth Class (Age 10 - 18)Cotton Dress $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Cotton Sportswear $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Cotton Suit or Coat & Dress $30.00 $20.00 $15.00Youth Best of Show: $100.00Children’s FashionRevues PreschoolWalking to age 3 both Dress & Casual Divisions1st Prize - $15.00, 2nd Prize - $12.00, 3rd Prize - $10.00,4th Prize - $7.00, 5th Prize - $5.00Age 4 - Kindergarten1st Prize - $15.00, 2nd Prize - $12.00, 3rd Prize - $10.00,4th Prize - $7.00, 5th Prize - $5.00Ages 6 -101st Prize - $15.00, 2nd Prize - $12.00, 3rd Prize - $10.00,4th Prize - $7.00, 5th Prize - $5.00Girl’s Fashion Revue Ages 11-161st Prize - $15.00, 2nd Prize - $12.00, 3rd Prize - $10.00,4th Prize - $7.00, 5th Prize - $5.00Accessories Division (Includes items like purses, collars,scarves, hats, belts, vests, etc.)1st Prize - $12.00, 2nd Prize - $10.00, 3rd Prize - $8.00Decorated Clothing (Includes items either purchased orhome sewn which have been embellished by the seamstresswith paint, beads, applique, machine or hand embroidery,etc.)1st Prize - $12.00, 2nd Prize - $10.00, 3rd Prize - $8.00Adult Fashion Revues, Adult Sport, Adult Dress,Adult Suit1st Prize - $20.00, 2nd Prize - $15.00, 3rd Prize - $10.00,4th Prize - $8.00, 5th-10th Prize - $5.00●NOT A DEPOSIT ●NOT FDIC INSURED ●NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY (Except forFederal Crop Insurance or Federal Flood Insurance) ●NOT BANK GUARANTEED ●INVESTMENTS MAY LOSE VALUE285-0565www.whiteandassociates.net220 N. 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  • 15. 28   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    29ADULTEXHIBITSADULTEXHIBITSAnderson FarmsSee You at the FairADULT DEPARTMENTSuperintendent - Sandra HollingsworthSPECIAL RULES1. ALL ENTRIES IN THE ADULT DEPARTMENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FLOWERS, CULINARYAND CROPS MUST BE ENTERED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, BETWEEN 8:30 A.M. AND 3:00 P.M. ALLENTRIES MUST BE REMOVED SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, BETWEEN 1:00 PM. AND 3:00 P.M.2. Products must be made by the person making the entry.3. All articles must be listed in owner’s name and by Lot number.4. All articles exhibited at owner’s risk but all reasonable precautions will be taken for protection of all exhibits.5. Premiums are paid only on awards made by the judges as they appear on the judge sheet and not from attached ribbonor unofficial newspaper reports.6. The judges shall be instructed not to award premiums to articles not worthy of merit or to those incorrectly entered.7. In cases where there is one exhibitor and no competition lot, the judges shall award only one premium, which may beeither 1st, 2nd, or 3rd, in accordance with the merits of the articles exhibited.8. Funds in the amount of $3,500.00 are allocated to this department for premiums. This includes Hobbies, Domestic Arts,Canning, Antiques, Floral, Related Arts, Arts and Culinary.9. All entries from other counties must be made in person.10. Exhibitors may only win one ribbon in any given lot in any department. No exception allowed.11. Articles having won a blue ribbon in the 2011 Dyer Country Fair are not eligible with the exception of Floral.12. Please have entries labeled as to lot and department before entering.13. The winner of the greatest number of blue ribbons in each department will be the recipient of $15.00.14. All Best of Show and special ribbons will be paid $5.00.FLORAL DEPT.Superintendents - Mary BethSheppardTUES. SEPT. 4, 9:00 AMFamily Living CenterCUT SPECIMEN HORTICULTURE:A specimen is one bloom, stem,spike or spray with its attachedfoliage. Specimen must be named byexhibitor; tags and containers will beavailable.Awards: 1st: $4.00; 2nd: $3.00;3rd: $2.00Class 1 - Blooming Annuals,Biennials, Perennials andBulbous Plantslot 1 Artemisialot 2 Asterlot 3 Celoisa,crestedlot 4 Celoisa,plumelot 5 Cleome (spider flower)lot 6 Chrysanthemumlot 7 Coreopsislot 8 Cosmoslot 9 Dahlialot 10 Echinacea (coneflower)lot 11 Gaillardia (BlanketFlower)lot 12 Geraniumlot 13 Impatienslot 14 Lantanalot 15 Marigoldlot 16 Perovskia (russian sage)lot 17 Petunia,single,any colorlot 18 Petunia,double,anycolorlot 19 Periwinkle,any color(Vinca)lot 20 Rudebeckia (black eyedsusan)lot 21 Salvia,annuallot 22 Salvia,perenniallot 23 Scabiosa (cushion flower)lot 24 Sedumlot 25 Snapdragon,any colorlot 26 Solidago (Goldenrod)lot 27 Verbenalot 28 Veronica (speedwell)lot 29 Yarrow,any colorlot 30 Zinnia,large floweringlot 31 Zinnia,small floweringlot 32 Any other annual bloomlot 33 Any other biennial,perennial,or bulbousplantlot 34 Collection of cutflowers. Collection must have 5different named stemsin separate containersprovided by exhibitorClass 2 - Junior Horticulturelot 1 Any annual flowerspecimen (preschoolthru 6th grade)lot 2 Any annual flowerspecimen (student,grades 7-12)Class 3 - RosesHybrid Tea Roses in Lot 1-16shown as one bloom withoutside budslot 1 White,Near White,&White Blendlot 2 Light Yellowlot 3 Deep Yellowlot 4 Yellow Blendlot 5 Apricot & Apricot blendlot 6 Orange & Orange Blendlot 7 Orange/Pinklot 8 Orange/Redlot 9 Light Pinklot 10 Medium Pinklot 11 Pink Blendlot 12 Deep Pinklot 13 Medium Redlot 14 Dark Redlot 15 Red Blendlot 16 Mauve & Mauve BlendMiniature Roses shown singleor as spray in lots 17-30lot 17 Russetlot 18 White,Near White &White blendlot 19 Yellowlot 20 Orange/Red,Orange/Pink & Orange Blendlot 21 Light-Pink,Medium-Pink,Deep-Pink,Pink-Blendlot 22 Medium Red,Dark Red,& Red Blendlot 23 Any other miniaturerose,otherlot 24 Grandiflora,one spraylot 25 Polyantha,one spraylot 26 Floribunda,one spraylot 27 Shrub roselot 28 Climber roselot 29 Modern English roselot 30 Any otherClass 4 - Cut FoliageSpecimenslot 1 Caladium leaflot 2 Coleus Stemlot 3 Hosta leaflot 4 Flowering vinelot 5 Trailing vinelot 6 Any other decorativeleaf formlot 7 Tree/Shrub Branch with/without berrieslot 8 Evergreen Branch 30 in.or lesslot 9 Evergreen Branchcollection of 5 differentnamed specimens inseparate containersprovided by exhibitorlot 10 Flowering shrub branchTHURSDAY SEPT. 6Plants Grown in Containers (originalpots)Plants must be in original containerswith no baskets or decorative pots.Plants must have been in exhibitor’spossession for at least two months.All exhibits must be enteredbetween 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. onThursday, September 6 and removedbetween 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. onSunday, September 9.Ferns, begonias, and african violetsmust be entered only in thosedesignated classes. Plant sizes arebased on diameter of pot.Only one plant per container exceptin classes designated otherwise.Class 5, 6, 10, 11, 13, & 14eligible for award of merit.Class 5 foliage plants - foliage plantsare grown primarily for coloredfoliage, striking individual leavesand textures, or graceful habit ofgrowth. If there are flowers, they areof little interest.Class 5 to Include Asparagusand Foxtail Ferns.lot 1 Foliage plant,pot under5”lot 2 Foliage plant,pot 5 - 7”lot 3 Foliage plant,pot 8 - 10”lot 4 Foliage plant,pot over10”Class 6 - Flowering Plantslot 1 Flowering plant,potunder 6”lot 2 Flowering plant,pot 8 - 10”lot 3 Flowering plant,potover 10”Class 7 - Planterslot 1 Mixed,two or morevarieties,container notto exceed 15”Class 8 - Dish Gardenslot 1 Mixed,two or morevarieties,container notto exceed 15”Class 9 - Terrariumslot 1 Closed containersClass 10 - African Violetslot 1 Single whitelot 2 Single bluelot 3 Single pinklot 4 Single purplelot 5 Double whitelot 6 Double bluelot 7 Double pinklot 8 Double purplelot 9 Multi-color bloomlot 10 Miniature singlelot 11 Miniature doubleClass 11 - Cacti andSucculentslot 1 Cacti,pot to 5”lot 2 Cacti,pot over 5”lot 3 Succulent,pot to 5”lot 4 Succulent,pot 5 10”lot 5 Succulent,pot over 10”Class 12 - Hanging Containerslot 1 Flowering plant,potunder 10”lot 2 Flowering plant,pot over10”lot 3 Foliage plant,pot under10”lot 4 Foliage plant,pot over 10”lot 5 Mixed plants,pot under10”lot 6 Mixed plants,pot over 10”Class 13 - Fernslot 1 Small fern,pot under 5”lot 2 Fern,pot 5”-7”lot 3 Fern,pot 7”-10”lot 4 Fern,pot over 10”Class 14 - Begoniaslot 1 Semperflorens wax,bloominglot 2 Cane type,includesangel winglot 3 Rhizomatous includesbeefsteak & rexlot 4 Tuberouslot 5 Trailing and scandantClass 15 - Collectionlot 1 5 houseplants displayed& staged in exhibitorschoice of containers.Max height is 30”Class 16 - Fruited Plantslot 1 Pot under 10”lot 2 Pot 10”and overANTIQUES andCOLLECTIBLESSuperintendent - Aleece JacksonAntiques must have been in theexhibitor’s possession for at leastsix weeks prior to the Fair. Articleshaving won a Blue Ribbon in lastyear’s Dyer County Fair are noteligible.Antiques must be 50 years old orolder. Please have items labeled byclass and lot before entering. Onlyone entry per lot.AWARDS: 1st, $4.50; 2nd, $3.50;3rd, $2.50Class 26 - Cut GlassLot 1 BowlLot 2 CompoteLot 3 Cream and SugarLot 4 Glass or GobletLot 5 NappyLot 6 Odd ItemLot 7 Perfume BottleLot 8 Pickle DishLot 9 PitcherLot 10 VaseClass 27- Pressed GlassLot 20 BowlLot 21 Butter DishLot 22 Cake ServerLot 23 Candy DishLot 24 CompoteLot 25 Cream and SugarLot 26 Glass or GobletLot 27 NappyLot 28 Odd ItemLot 29 Pickle DishLot 30 PitcherLot 31 Preserve StandLot 32 Spoon HolderLot 33 Toothpick HolderLot 34 VaseLot 35 Black Onyx GlassLot 36 Stretch GlassLot 37 Opalescence Glass(Antiques & Collectibles continuedon next page)
  • 16. 30   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    31ADULTEXHIBITSADULTEXHIBITSClass 28 - Other GlassLot 40 Any Other Colored GlassLot 41 Art GlassLot 42 Blown GlassLot 43 Bristol GlassLot 44 Carnival GlassLot 45 Cranberry GlassLot 46 CruetsLot 47 Depression Glass-GreenLot 48 Depression Glass-PinkLot 49 Depression Glass-OtherLot 50 Etched GlassLot 51 Jadite (Green)Lot 52 Milk GlassLot 53 Odd Crystal ItemLot 54 Satin GlassLot 55 Vasolin GlassLot 56 CobaltLot 57 CustardClass 29 - ChinaLot 60 BowlLot 61 Child’s Tea Service SetLot 62 Collectors ItemLot 63 Covered Vegetable DishLot 64 Cream and SugarLot 65 Cup and SaucerLot 66 Flo Blue ChinaLot 67 Match SetLot 68 Odd PieceLot 69 PitcherLot 70 PlateLot 71 PlatterLot 72 Salt & PepperLot 73 VaseLot 74 LusterwareClass 30 - SilverLot 80 Cream and SugarLot 81 FlatwareLot 82 JewelryLot 83 Odd PieceLot 84 Serving PieceClass 31 - Home FurnishingsLot 90 ArchitecturalLot 91 Biscuit JarLot 92 Butter MoldLot 93 CandleholderLot 94 ClockLot 95 Cookie JarLot 96 DecanterLot 97 Dresser SetLot 98 LampLot 99 Most Unique KitchenItemLot 100 Picture Frame (onlyframe will be judged)Lot 101 Small Piece of FurnitureLot 102 Vase (other than cutglass)Class 32 - Personal EffectsLot 110 Any Other SmallPersonal ItemLot 111 Article of ClothingLot 112 Article used in SewingLot 113 Crocheted ItemLot 114 Currency / Coins andPaperLot 115 Dresser AccessoriesLot 116 Family or Other AlbumLot 117 Hand FansLot 118 Hat PinLot 119 Hat Pin HolderLot 120 HatsLot 121 Jewelry - costumeLot 122 Jewelry - fineLot 123 MarblesLot 124 Old PhotographyLot 125 Other LinenLot 126 PersonalCorrespondenceLot 127 Pillow CasesLot 128 PipesLot 129 Pocket KnivesLot 130 PurseLot 131 Quilt or CoverletLot 132 Shaving MugLot 133 ShoesLot 134 Small MirrorLot 135 Spectacles - Eye glassesLot 136 Sports or HobbiesLot 137 WatchesLot 138 Written Documents(age & unique)Lot 139 ScoutingLot 140 RazorsLot 141 Compacts/Vanity CasesClass 33 - MetalLot 150 Aluminum PieceLot 151 Any Unique Metal PieceLot 152 Brass ItemLot 153 Copper ItemLot 154 Enamel WareLot 155 Iron PieceLot 156 Pewter ItemLot 157 Small ToolLot 158 Tin ItemLot 159 Tin Type PictureLot 160 LocksClass 34 - MiscellaneousLot 170 Advertising ItemLot 171 Any Small Antique ItemLot 172 Automobile AccessoriesLot 173 BanksLot 174 BasketLot 175 Bisque ItemLot 176 Black MemorabiliaLot 177 Book-BibleLot 178 Book-Children’sLot 179 Book-ComicLot 180 Book-CookbookLot 181 Book-MiscellaneousLot 182 Book-MagazineLot 183 Book-Annual or SchoolYearbookLot 184 BottleLot 185 BoxLot 186 CameraLot 187 CloisonneLot 188 CrockeryLot 189 DollLot 190 Dyer Co.,Tenn.MemorabiliaLot 191 Farm ToolLot 192 FigurineLot 193 Garden ToolLot 194 Hunting or Fishing ItemLot 195 Ironstone PieceLot 196 JarLot 197 LanternsLot 198 Matched SetLot 199 Medical ItemLot 200 Military ItemLot 201 Movie MemorabiliaLot 202 MusicalLot 203 Native AmericanLot 204 Perfume BottleLot 205 PotteryLot 206 RadioLot 207 ReligiousLot 208 Semi-Porcelain PieceLot 209 Small Wooden ItemLot 210 ToysLot 211 Baby Items - MiscClass 35 - Collectibles (30 yrs./older)Lot 220 Any Other ItemLot 221 BottlesLot 222 China PieceLot 223 Holiday ItemLot 224 Metal ItemLot 225 Political ItemLot 226 ToysBest of Show...........RosetteARTSuperintendentLisa Baker & Natalie DeBerryPorcelain SuperintendentMarie Parnell1. Exhibitor’s name and telephonenumber must be clearly marked onthe back of each picture entered.2. Pictures having won a BlueRibbon in last year’s Dyer CountyFair are not eligible.3. Pictures may be entered framedor unframed. If framed, the frameis not judged as part of the entry.Unframed pictures must be equippedwith devices for hanging entry fordisplay.4. Only 1 entry per lot.AWARDS: 1ST, $4.50; 2ND,$3.50; 3RD, $2.50Class 37 - Oils or acrylicsLot 1 LandscapeLot 2 Still LifeLot 3 PortraitLot 4 AbstractLot 5 Animal and WildlifeLot 6 CartoonsLot 7 FlowersLot 8 Figure DrawingLot 9 Natural SettingsLot 10 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 38 - WatercolorLot 15 LandscapeLot 16 Still LifeLot 17 PortraitLot 18 AbstractLot 19 AnimalLot 20 CartoonsLot 21 FlowersLot 22 Figure DrawingLot 23 Natural SettingsLot 24 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 39 - CharcoalLot 30 LandscapeLot 31 Still LifeLot 32 PortraitLot 33 AbstractLot 34 AnimalsLot 35 CartoonsLot 36 FlowersLot 37 Figure DrawingLot 38 Natural SettingsLot 39 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 40 - Ink or PencilLot 45 LandscapeLot 46 Still LifeLot 47 PortraitLot 48 AbstractLot 49 AnimalsLot 50 CartoonsLot 51 FlowersLot 52 Figure DrawingLot 53 Natural SettingsLot 54 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 41 - Colored PencilLot 60 LandscapeLot 61 Still LifeLot 62 PortraitLot 63 AbstractLot 64 AnimalsLot 65 CartoonsLot 66 FlowersLot 67 Figure DrawingLot 68 Natural SettingsLot 69 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 42 - PastelsLot 75 LandscapeLot 76 Still LifeLot 77 PortraitLot 78 AbstractLot 79 AnimalsLot 80 CartoonsLot 81 FlowersLot 82 Figure DrawingLot 83 Natural SettingsLot 84 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 43 - Mixed Media(two or more media)Lot 90 LandscapeLot 91 Still LifeLot 92 PortraitLot 93 AbstractLot 94 AnimalsLot 95 CartoonsLot 96 FlowersLot 97 Figure DrawingLot 98 Natural SettingsLot 99 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteClass 44 - SculptureLot 105 Clay-unfired-figureLot 106 Clay-fired-figureLot 107 Clay-unfired-abstractLot 108 Clay-fired-abstractLot 109 Three DimensionalObjectBest of Show (Class 37-44) RosetteClass 45 - Photography(must be photographed byexhibitor)Lot 115 LandscapeLot 116 Still LifeLot 117 PortraitLot 118 AnimalLot 119 SeascapeLot 120 Model WorkLot 121 Natural SettingsLot 122 Group ShotsLot 123 Computer EnhancedLot 124 FlowersLot 125 City ScapeBUNGE GRAINWants to thank all of their customersin Dyer County for their business,and hopes everyone has a great time atthe Dyer County Fair!www.bungenorthamerica.comClass 46 - PorcelainLot 130 Flat (under 8”)Lot 131 Flat (under 10”)Lot 132 Flat (under 12”)Lot 133 Flat (under 14”)Lot 134 Flat (Large)Lot 135 Cup - Vase - Bowl (under4”in any dimension)Lot 136 Cup - Vase - Bowl (under6”in any dimension)Lot 137 Stein Vase Bowl (under9”in any dimension)Lot 138 Stein Vase Bowl (Large)Lot 139 Boxes (under 3”)Lot 140 Boxes (under 5”)Lot 141 Boxes (large)Lot 142 Egg ShapeLot 143 Animal and WildlifeLot 144 ChristmasLot 145 European techniqueLot 146 Oriental techniqueLot 147 Miniature under 2”Lot 148 PortraitLot 149 JewelryLot 150 Raised paste & goldLot 151 Original workLot 152 Still lifeLot 153 SceneLot 154 Miscellaneous ItemBest of Show...........RosetteClass 47 - Ukranian Egg ArtLot 160 Ukranian Egg ArtClass 48 - Senior Division (55& older)Lot 165 LandscapeLot 166 Still LifeLot 167 PortraitLot 168 AbstractLot 169 Animal and WildlifeLot 170 CartoonsLot 171 FlowersLot 172 Figure DrawingLot 173 Natural SettingsLot 174 SeascapesAward of Merit...........RosetteCANNINGSuperintendent - DanaKlinkhammer1. All jellies, preserves, or jamsmust be exhibited in “Standard”pint or pint jars. All canned fruits,vegetables, preserves and picklesmust be exhibited in “Standard”quart or pint jars. Pimento in“Standard” pint or pint jars only.2. The name of the produce and ofthe exhibitor must be on the bottomof each jar or glass.3. Only one entry per lot.4. Please have lot entries labeled bylot before entering.AWARDS: 1st, $3.50; 2nd $2.50;3rd, $1.50; Lots in Classes 48-53AWARDS: 1st, $4.00; 2nd, $3.00;3rd, $2.00; Lot in Class 54Class 48 - Canned FruitLot 1 ApplesauceLot 2 CherriesLot 3 ApplesLot 4 Apple RingsLot 5 PeachesLot 6 BlackberriesLot 7 Whole PlumsLot 8 PearsLot 9 Any Other FruitLot 10 Fried Pie MixtureLot 11 Apple ButterClass 49 - Canned VegetableLot 1 OkraLot 2 Cut Green BeansLot 3 Whole Green BeansLot 4 Whole TomatoesLot 5 TomatoesLot 6 Soup MixtureLot 7 English PeasLot 8 CarrotsLot 9 BeetsLot 10 SauerkrautLot 11 GreensLot 12 PimentoLot 13 Lima BeansLot 14 Field PeasLot 15 CornLot 16 SquashLot 17 Any Other VegetableClass 50 - Canned Preserves& JamsLot 1 Cherry PreservesLot 2 Peach PreservesLot 3 Pear PreservesLot 4 Watermelon PreservesLot 5 Plum PreservesLot 6 Damson PreservesLot 7 Strawberry PreservesLot 8 Strawberry JamLot 9 Blackberry JamLot 10 Any Other PreserveLot 11 Any Other JamLot 12 HoneyLot 13 Honey with combClass 51 - Canned JelliesLot 1 Apple JellyLot 2 Plum JellyLot 3 Blackberry JellyLot 4 Grape JellyLot 5 Cherry JellyLot 6 Crabapple JellyLot 7 Pear HoneyLot 8 Any Other JellyClass 52 - Pickles / RelishesLot 1 Green Tomato RelishLot 2 Chili SauceLot 3 Ripe Tomato RelishLot 4 Peach PickleLot 5 Sliced Cucumber PickleLot 6 Whole Cucumber PickleLot 7 Sliced Dill PicklesLot 8 Whole Dill PicklesLot 9 Bread & Butter PicklesLot 10 Pickled OkraLot 11 Pickled Green TomatoesLot 12 Pickled PeppersLot 13 Beet PickleLot 14 Pepper Relish (withouttomatoes)Lot 15 Corn RelishLot 16 Any Other RelishLot 17 Any Other PickleLot 18 SalsaLot 19 Kosher PickleLot 20 MustardClass 53 - JuicesLot 1 TomatoLot 2 GrapeClass 54 - Group of CanningLot 1 Best Group of SevenJars.This group mustinclude vegetable,fruit,juice,preserves or jam,jelly,pickle & relish.Best of Show...........Rosette
  • 17. 32   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    33ADULTEXHIBITSADULTEXHIBITSCULINARYSuperintendents - Shirley Pilkenton& Lisa Reynolds1. All entries must be enteredbetween 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.,Tuesday, Sept. 4. Only one entry perlot.2. Exhibitor will be required to bringthe whole entry to be judged, butthree- fourths of entry in Lots 460through Lots 495 may be removedby exhibitor between 2:00 p.m. and3:00 p.m., Tuesday. Otherwise theentire entry will be exhibited allweek.3. Entry must be entered ready to bejudged, i.e. on plates covered withclear plastic wrap or in zip lock bag.Lots 506 - 535 must be on 6” plates.AWARDS: 1st, $4.00; 2nd, $3.00;3rd, $2.00Class 55 - Men OnlyLot 1 PieLot 2 CakeLot 3 BreadClass 56 - CakesLot 1 Cake made with cakemix as baseLot 2 Chocolate Cake (iced)Lot 3 German Chocolate Cake(iced)Lot 4 Jam Cake (iced)Lot 5 Carrot Cake (iced)Lot 6 Angel Food CakeLot 7 Pound Cake (basic,un-iced)Lot 8 Any Other Pound Cake(iced)Lot 9 Any Other Pound Cake(un-iced)Lot 10 Prune CakeLot 11 Chiffon CakeLot 12 Sheath Cake (may bejudged in pan)Lot 13 Any Other CakeLot 14 Decorated Cake(decoration may beshown on boxes,cake tins,etc.Exhibitwill be judgedon workmanship,originality,artisticqualties and texture)Class 57 - Pies(Crusts must be homemade)Lot 1 Apple PieLot 2 Cherry PieLot 3 Pecan PieLot 4 Chess PieLot 5 Chocolate Chess PieLot 6 Chocolate Meringue PieLot 7 Coconut Meringue PieLot 8 Caramel Meringue PieLot 9 Fried PiesLot 10 Any Other PieLot 11 Unfilled Shell (baked)Class 58 - BreadsLot 1 Coffee CakeLot 2 Banana Nut BreadLot 3 Loaf White Yeast BreadLot 4 Sour Dough BreadLot 5 Corn Light BreadLot 6 Any other Bread such asdill,onion,etc.Lot 7 Yeast Rolls (4)Lot 8 Corn Bread Muffins orSticks (4)Lot 9 Sweet Rolls (4)Lot 10 Any Other Muffin (4)Lot 11 Biscuits (4)Class 59 - Candies (4 pieces)Lot 1 DivinityLot 2 CaramelsLot 3 Chocolate FudgeLot 4 Nut or BrittleLot 5 MintsLot 6 Hard CandyLot 7 Any Other CandyLot 8 Assorted Candy (3 kinds,2 pieces each)Lot 9 Peanut Butter FudgeClass 60 - Cookies (4)Lot 1 Brownies (iced)Lot 2 Brownies (un-iced)Lot 3 Oatmeal CookiesLot 4 Chocolate Chip CookiesLot 5 Peanut Butter CookiesLot 6 Plain CookiesLot 7 Bar CookiesLot 8 Any Other CookieBest of Show...........RosetteDOMESTIC ARTSSuperintendent - Roberta Robertson& Anita FowlkesPlease have entries labeled by lotbefore entering. Articles having wona Blue Ribbon in last year’s DyerCounty Fair are not eligible.One Best of Show Rosette will begiven in Handwork Item and one Bestof Show Rosette in Clothing. Articlesmust have been made within the lastfive years and made by the exhibitor.Entries must be stitched. Only oneentry per lot.AWARDS: 1ST-$4.50; 2ND-$3.50;3RD - $2.50Class 62 - Household ItemLot 1 Embroidery Article(other than pillow orpicture)Lot 2 Cross Stitch or CountedCross Stitch Article (otherthan pillow or picture)Lot 3 Any Other Tablecloth(not cross stitch orembroidered)Lot 4 Hand-Applique Quiltor Coverlet (quilted byexhibitor)Lot 5 Hand-Applique Quiltor Coverlet (made byexhibitor,but not quiltedby exhibitor)Lot 6 Machine Applique Quiltor Coverlet (quilted byexhibitor)Lot 7 Machine Applique Quiltor Coverlet (made byexhibitor not quilted byexhibitor)Lot 8 Patchwork or Pieced Quiltor Coverlet (quilted by theexhibitor)Lot 9 Patchwork or Pieced Quiltor Coverlet (made byexhibitor,but not quiltedby exhibitor)Lot 10 Cross Stitch Quilt ofCoverlet (quilted byexhibitor)Lot 11 Cross Stitch Quilt ofCoverlet (made byexhibitor,but not quiltedby exhibitor)Lot 12 Embroidery Quilt (quiltedby exhibitor)Lot 13 Embroidery Quilt (madeby exhibitor,but notquilted by exhibitor)Lot 14 Quilt (quilted by machine)Lot 15 Any Other Quilt orCoverletLot 16 Quilt Tops Not QuiltedLot 17 Quilts (quilting judgedonly)Lot 18 Granny Square CrochetedAfghanLot 19 Ripple Crocheted AfghanLot 20 Crocheted Flower AfghanLot 21 Crocheted Afghan orSpread with addedembellishmentLot 22 Other Crocheted Afghanor SpreadLot 23 Coverlet or Throw (notcrocheted or knitted)Lot 24 Knitted AfghanLot 25 Knitted Sweaters 2or more colorsLot 26 Knitted Sweater plain or one colorLot 27 Knitted AccessoriesLot 28 Crocheted SweatersLot 29 Crocheted Accessories(wearing apparel)Lot 30 Crocheted NoveltyLot 31 Crocheted HouseholdItemLot 32 Tatting ArticleLot 33 Baby Sweaters or SetsLot 34 BootiesLot 35 Knitted Baby CoverLot 36 Crocheted Baby CoverLot 37 Cross Stitch or CountedCross Stitch Baby Cover orAfghanLot 38 Quilted Baby CoverLot 39 Any Other Baby CoverLot 40 Nursery AccessoriesLot 41 PotholderLot 42 Pillowcases (2)Lot 43 Place Mats (set of 4)Lot 44 Smocked Item (onlysmocking judged) otherthan clothingLot 45 Article of Patchwork(other than pillow,wall-hanging or clothing)Lot 46 Applique StitchedLot 47 Decorated SweatshirtLot 48 ApronLot 49 Hand MonogrammedItem (not pillows or wallhanging)Lot 50 BeltsLot 51 Fancy LinensLot 52 Duplicate StitchLot 53 Machine Cutword,anyArticleLot 54 Miscellaneous HolidayWear (Accessories)Lot 55 Miscellaneous HolidayHousehold itemLot 56 Machine EmbroideryHousehold ItemLot 57 Machine EmbroideryTowelLot 58 Machine EmbroideryHoliday Item (HouseholdItem)Lot 60 Purses (constructed byexhibitor)Best of Show...........RosetteClass 63 - Children’s ClothingLot 70 Infant Garment(under 1 yr.old)Lot 71 Child’s CoatLot 72 Child’s Ensemble,1-6 yrs.Lot 73 Child’s Ensemble,7-14 yrs.Lot 74 Child’s Day Dress,1-6 yrs.Lot 75 Child’s Day Dress,7-14 yrs.Lot 76 Child’s Fancy Dress,1-6 yrs.Lot 77 Child’s Fancy Dress,7-14yrs.Lot 78 Child’s Sport Set (2 ormore pieces) 1-6 yrs.Lot 79 Child’s Sport Set (2 ormore pieces) 7-14 yrs.Lot 80 Girl’s Playwear,1-6 yrs.Lot 81 Girl’s Playwear,7-14 yrs.Lot 82 Girl’s BlousesLot 83 Girl’s PantsLot 84 Girl’s SkirtLot 85 Jumpers,1-6 yrs.Lot 86 Jumpers,7-14 yrs.Lot 87 Boy’s Playwear,1-6 yrs.Lot 88 Boy’s Playwear,7-14 yrs.Lot 89 Boy’s ShirtsLot 90 Boy’s PantsLot 91 Boy’s Dress ClothesLot 92 Infant SmockingLot 93 Smocked Dress(smocking only judged)Lot 94 Child’s Smocked Dress,1-6 yrs.(smocking anddress judged)Lot 95 Child’s Smocked Dress,7-14yrs.(smocking anddress judged)Lot 96 Boys Smocked Garment(smocking & garmentjudged)Lot 97 Boys Smocked Garment(smocking only judged)Lot 98 Picture SmockingLot 99 Child’s SleepwearLot 100 Child’s Bonnet,SmockedLot 101 Child’s Bonnet or HatLot 102 HalloweenLot 103 Applique Children’sClothesLot 104 Heirloom Clothes forChildren (Hand orMachine)Lot 105 Shadow Embroidery onClothing for ChildrenLot 106 Ribbon Embroidery onClothing for Children(Domestic Arts continued page 36)FISHERREALTY & AUCTIONThe Sound That Sells!There IsNo SaleToo LargeOrToo SmallTo GetOur Attention!ProudTo Be ASponsorOf The2011Dyer CountyFair!702 Jones Road - Dyersburg, TN 38024(731) 286-0090www.fisherrealtyandauction.com2012
  • 18. 34   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   35TIME EVENT LOCATION9:00 am - 1:00 pm................... Youth/Adult Field Crops & Gardneing..............Sam Reed Building9:00 am - 1:00 pm................... Youth Floral and Food Preparation..................Family Living Center5:00 pm................................... Dyer Co. Jr. Market Steer Show......................Livestock Arena6:00 pm................................... Beef Cattle Show Open & Junior.....................Livestock Arena Red Angus and Black Angus6:00 pm................................... Carnival Opens................................................Midway6:30 pm................................... Soybean Recipe Cook-Off...............................Family Living CenterVarious..................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................Various7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm................................... Grand Opening................................................FCNB Amphitheater7:00 pm................................... The ERMCO Demolition Derby........................Outdoor Arena6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Building7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits...............Sam Reed Building7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult and Youth Exhibits.................Family Living Center7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-HBarnyard7:30 pm................................... Junior Fairest of the Fair (Ages 14-15)............FCNB Amphitheater8:30 pm................................... Fairest of the Fair (Ages 16-20).......................FCNB Amphitheater10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Drawing................................................FCNB AmphitheaterTIME EVENT LOCATION9:00 am - 11:00 am.................. Adult Culinary Exhibit.......................................Family Living Center9:00 am - 11:00 am.................. Floral Dept. Entry (cut specimen)....................Family Living Center9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard10:00 am - 10:00 pm............... Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Building10:00 am - 10:00 pm............... Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits...............Sam Reed Building2:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing Adult and Youth Exhibits.....................Family Living Center4:00 pm................................... 4-H/FFA Livestock Judging (Beef)...................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard5:30 pm................................... Commercial Heifer Show (Junior Only)............Livestock Arena6:00 pm................................... Beef Cattle and Commercial Heifer Show.......Livestock Arena Charolais, Herefords and Other Breeds6:00 pm................................... CARNIVAL OPENS - Pay One Price...............$10.00 Admission and Rides6:30 pm................................... FCE Clubs, Fashion Revue.............................Family Living CenterVarious..................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................Various7:00 pm................................... WASL-WTRO Tri-State Idol.............................FCNB Amphitheater Contact WASL for more information6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Cash Drawing......................................FCNB AmphitheaterTIME EVENT LOCATION9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits...............Sam Reed Building9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits....................Family Living Center9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard9:00 am - 11:00 pm.................. Special Needs Kids ride free - Hotdogs & drinks served (Must be with parent or group)10:00 am - 10:00 pm............... Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Building3:00 pm................................... Market & Breeding Goat Show........................Livestock Arena6:00 pm................................... Registered Swine Show...................................Livestock Arena Market Show to Follow6:00 pm................................... CARNIVAL OPENS - Pay One Price...............$10.00 Admission and Rides6:00 pm................................... Century Farms Reception................................Sorghum Valley Security Bank Pavillion6:30 pm................................... Jr. Pre-Teen Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 9-10)...FCNB Amphitheater6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley7:30 pm................................... Pre-Teen Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 11-13)......FCNB AmphitheaterVarious..................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................Various10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Drawing................................................FCNB AmphitheaterMONDAY - SEPTEMBER 32012 GRAND OPENINGtUESDAY - sEPTEMBER 4fAMILY & cOMMUNITY eDUCATION cLUBS dAYwEDNESDAY - sEPTEMBER 5SPECIAL NEEDS DAYTIME EVENT LOCATION9:00 am - 4:00 pm................... Senior Citizens’ Day (Free Admission)............55 and order9:00 am - 11:00 am.................. Accepting Adult Horticulture Entires................Family Living Center9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult & Youth Exhibits....................Family Living Center9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult & Youth Crop Exhibits............Sam Reed Building9:00 am - 12:00 pm................. Viewing of Sorghum Making............................Sorghum Valley9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard9:00 am................................... Dyer Co. Jr. Market Goat Show.......................Livestock Arena10:00 am - 10:00 pm............... Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Building10:00 am................................. Sorghum Recipe Contest11:00 am - 12:00 pm................ Rides of Senior Citizens..................................Midway11:00 am.................................. Dyer Co. Jr Market Goat Show........................Livestock Arena1:00 pm................................... Dyer Co. Jr. Market Lamb Show......................Livestock Arena6:00 pm - Closing.................... Carnival - Bracelet Night - $20.00....................Midway (Does not include admission)6:30 pm................................... Little Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 5-6).................Family Living Center7:00 pm................................... Outer Limits ATV/UTV Pull...............................Outdoor Arena7:00 pm................................... Tab Hawkins Band...........................................FCNB Amphitheater6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm................................... Jr. Market Animal Sale/Auction........................Livestock ArenaVarious .................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................Various7:30 pm................................... Junior Miss Dyer Co. Fair (Ages 7-9)...............Family Living Center10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Drawing FCNB AmphitheaterTIME EVENT LOCATION9:00 am - 4:00 pm................... Kid’s Day - Free Admision Children Only.........All Gates9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult and Youth Exhibits.................Family Living Center9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits...............Sam Reed Building9:00 am - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard9:00 am - 4:00 pm................... YOUTH DAY ACTIVITIES................................FairgroundsVarious..................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................Various1:00 pm................................... Tractor Driving Contest - Youth........................Outdoor Arena10:00 am - 10:00 pm............... Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Building10:00 am - 4:00 pm................. Carnival - Bracelet Day - $15.00......................Midway (Does not include adult admission)5:00 pm - 7:00 pm................... Children’s Talent Show....................................FCNB Amphitheater6:00 pm................................... Junior Market Lamb Show...............................Livestock Arena6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley6:00 pm................................... Carnival Re-Opens..........................................Midway6:30 pm................................... Tiny Miss & Mr. Dyer County Fair (Age 2).......Family Living Center7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... Youth Talent Contest........................................FCNB Amphitheater7:00 pm................................... Truck and Tractor Pull......................................Outdoor Arena7:30 pm................................... Petite Miss Dyer County Fair (Ages 3-4).........Family Living Center10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Drawing................................................FCNB Amphitheater10:30 pm................................. Dyer Co. Fair Vehicle Give Away.....................FCNB AmphitheaterTIME EVENT LOCATION2:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult and Youth Exhibits.................Family Living Center2:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of 4-H Barnyard..................................WTWRA 4-H Barnyard2:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Commercial Exhibits.......................Commercial Exhibit Hall2:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Viewing of Adult/Youth Crop Exhibits...............Sam Reed Building2:00 pm................................... Pet Show..........................................................Livestock Arena3:00 pm................................... Washer Pitching Contest.................................Sorghum Valley4:00 pm................................... Wool and Woolies Review...............................Livestock Arena4:00 pm - 7:00 pm................... CARNIVAL - Bracelets - $15.00.......................Midway (Does not include admission)5:00 pm................................... Junior Breeding Sheep Show..........................Livestock ArenaVarious..................................... Granpa Cratchet..............................................In front of Commercial Building6:00 pm - 9:00 pm................... The Back Porch Stage.....................................Sorghum Valley7:00 pm - 10:00 pm................. Sorghum Valley................................................Sorghum Valley8:00 pm................................... Joe Diffie in concert.........................................FCNB Amphitheater10:30 pm................................. $1,000 Drawing................................................FCNB AmphitheaterTHURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 6sENIOR cITIZENS’ dAY & BRACELET nIGHTfRIDAY - sEPTember 7yOUTH dAYsATURDAY - sEPTember 8gRAND fINALE
  • 19. 36   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    37ADULTEXHIBITSADULTEXHIBITSLot 40 Basketry,handmadeLot 41 Bell PullLot 42 Stained Glass ItemLot 43 Sweatshirt DecoratedLot 44 Door Decoration ChristmasLot 45 Door Decoration Holiday(not Christmas)Lot 46 Door Decoration AnyOtherLot 47 Framed CollageLot 48 Santa Clause ItemLot 49 Doll Any OtherLot 50 Decorated Doll or BearLot 51 Decorated Household ItemLot 52 Decorated Jacket orVestLot 53 Tennessee Item (not UT)Lot 54 Tennessee Item (UT)Lot 55 Gourd – PaintedLot 56 Wall HangingChristmasLot 57 Wall Hanging - SeasonalLot 58 Wall Hanging – Any OtherLot 59 Wall Hanging – MachineEmbroideryLot 60 Recycled Household itemLot 61 Recycled JewelryLot 62 RugLot 63 WeavingBest of Show...........RosetteClass 67 – Special ItemsLot 1 Any Christmas ItemLot 2 BirdhousesLot 3 Any Dogwood ItemLot 4 Any Sunflower ItemLot 5 Any Patriotic ItemLot 6 Scrap Book - CompleteBookLot 7 Scrapbook Page - HeritageLot 8 Scrapbook Page - SportsLot 9 Scrapbook Page - FamilyLot 10 Scrapbook Page - PetsLot 11 Scrapbook Page- ChristmasLot 12 Scrapbook Page - EasterLot 13 Scrapbook Page- HalloweenLot 14 Scrapbook Page-ThanksgivingLot 15 Scrapbook Page - SpecialOccasionLot 16 Scrapbook Page - OtherHolidayLot 17 Scrapbook Page - Otherthan HolidayLot 18 Scrapbook Page - PatrioticLot 19 Scrapbook Page - 4th of JulyLot 20 Woodcraft Item - SmallLot 21 Woodcraft Item - LargeLot 22 Woodworking Scroll SawLot 23 WoodworkingToyLot 24 Woodworking FurnitureLot 25 WoodturningLot 26 Woodworking -TurnedBowlLot 27 Woodworking Box - SmallLot 28 Woodworking Box - LargeBest of Show...........RosetteClass 68 - Senior CitizensHobbiesLot 1 Lady’s HobbyLot 2 Lady’s Handicraft(handmade)Lot 3 Men’s HobbyLot 4 Men’s Handicraft(handmade)Best of Show...........RosetteEND ADULT EXHIBITSLot 107 Holiday Wear forChildrenLot 108 Child’s Plain VestLot 109 Child’s Decorated VestLot 110 Patchwork or PiecedClothing for ChildrenLot 111 Machine EmbroideryGarment for ChildrenLot 112 Western Clothing forChildrenLot 113 Childrens ShortsClass 64 - Adult ClothingLot 123 Men’s ClothingLot 124 Plain BlouseLot 125 Dressy BlouseLot 126 Lady’s Sport Set(2 or more pieces)Lot 127 Lady’s PantsLot 128 Lady’s SkirtLot 129 Warm-up SuitLot 130 Sweatshirts (notdecorated)Lot 131 JumperLot 132 Vest - PlainLot 133 Vest - DecoratedLot 134 Holiday VestLot 135 Applique VestLot 136 Machine EmbroideryVestLot 137 Ensemble (2 or morepieces)Lot 138 Lady’s LingerieLot 139 Housecoat or BrunchCoatLot 140 Casual DressLot 141 Shirt DressLot 142 Better Cotton DressLot 143 Better Dress other thancottonLot 144 Wool DressLot 145 Lady’s SuitLot 146 Lined CoatLot 147 Unlined CoatLot 148 JacketsLot 149 Hostess OutfitLot 150 Cap or Other OuterwearLot 151 Applique CollarLot 152 Plain CollarLot 153 Any other DecoratedCollarsLot 154 Recycled Clothing(attach a card withdescription of before &after)Lot 155 Applique Clothing(Adult)Lot 156 Western Clothing(Women)Lot 157 Western Clothing (Men)Lot 158 Heirloom Sewing forAdultsLot 159 Shadow or RibbonEmbroidery for AdultsLot 160 Garment made withsergerLot 161 Holiday Wear - Adults(not vest)Lot 162 Evening Dress or PartyDressLot 163 Patch Work or PiecedClothing for AdultsLot 164 Machine EmbroideryGarment for AdultsLot 165 Adult ShortsRELATED ARTS &CRAFTSSuperintendent - Leeta Himes1. All articles must have been madewithin the last 5 years.2. All pictures must be framedand equipped with devicesfor hanging for display,except where otherwise noted.3. Please have all items labeled by lotbefore entering.4. All items should include some handstitching except where otherwise noted.5. All measurements refer to needle-work size not frame size.6. Two or more items entered in the samelot will be judged as a single entry.AWARDS: 1ST, $3.50; 2ND,$2.50; 3RD, $2.00Class 65 - Related Arts andCrafts PicturesLot 1 Counted Cross Stitch,smallpicture (under 8”)Lot 2 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8”x10”)Floral,Animal,or SceneryLot 3 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8:x 10”)ReligiousLot 4 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8”x 10”)with wordsLot 5 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8”x 10”)ChristmasLot 6 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8”x 10”)SamplerLot 7 Counted Cross Stitch,Medium picture (8”x 10”)MiscellaneousLot 8 Counted Cross Stitch,Large picture (over 10”)Floral,Animal,or SceneryLot 9 Counted Cross Stitch,Large picture (over 10”)ReligiousLot 10 Counted Cross Stritch,Large picture (over 10”)with wordsLot 11 Counted Cross Stitch,Large picture (over 10”)ChristmasLot 12 Counted Cross Stitch,Large picture (over 10”)SamplerLot 13 Counted Cross Stitch,Large picture (over 10”)MiscellaneousLot 14 Counted Cross Stitch,Collage framed pictureLot 15 Counted Cross Stitch,Finished picture- unframedLot 16 Cross Stitch Picture Stamped designLot 17 Embroidery Picture PillowsLot 18 Counted Cross Stitch,PillowLot 19 Embroidery PillowLot 20 Patchwork or AppliquePillowLot 21 Crocheted PillowLot 22 Decorative PillowLot 23 Cross Stitch Pillow-Stamped designLot 24 Other PillowLot 25 Finished pillow top -unstuffed Wall HangingLot 26 Counted Cross Stitch,WallHangingLot 27 Quilted Wall HangingLot 28 Christmas Wall HangingLot 29 Other Wall HangingChristmas Ornaments &StockingsLot 30 Christmas Ornament Counted Cross StitchLot 31 Christmas Ornament Hand painted (sewing notrequired)Lot 32 Christmas Ornament Beaded (sewing notrequired)Lot 33 Christmas Ornament- CrochetLot 34 Christmas Ornament- MiscellaneousLot 35 Christmas Stocking -Counted Cross-StitchLot 36 Christmas Stocking - FeltLot 37 Christmas Stocking - OtherMiscellaneousLot 38 NeedlepointLot 39 Plastic Canvas WorkLot 40 Counted Cross Stitch,Bookmark or other smallitemLot 41 Counted Cross Stitch,Holiday item - other thanChristmasLot 42 Counted Cross Stitch,Hoop itemLot 43 Counted Cross Stitch,Kitchen item.Lot 44 Counted Cross Stitch,Household item ChristmasLot 45 Counted Cross Stitch,Household item - OtherLot 46 Counted Cross Sittch,Workon linenLot 47 Quilting item - Handsewing not requiredLot 48 Crewel Embroidery ItemLot 49 Beading - Clothing or CraftItemLot 50 Christmas Tree SkirtLot 51 Christmas Tablecloth orTable RunnerLot 52 Man’s needle work (anyitem made by a man)Lot 53 What’s NewBest of Show...........RosetteHOBBIESSuperintendents -Ronnie & Winona Brewer1. Arts, related arts and domesticarts will not be allowed in thisdepartment.2. Please have items labeled by classand lot before entering.3. Only one entry per lot.AWARDS: 1ST, $3.00; 2ND,$2.50; 3RD, $2.00Class 66 - Hobby CollectionsLot 1 Collection of 5 articles.Must be mounted onboard or boxed suitable fordisplay.Lot 2 Men’s collection of 5articles.Must be mountedon board or boxed suitablefor display.Lot 3 Collection of 5 handmadearticles.Must be mountedon board or boxed suitablefor display.Lot 4 Men’s collection of 5handmade articles.Mustbe mounted on board orboxed suitable for display.Lot 5 Men’s Handicraft-must bemade by exhibitor and notcovered in other categories.Lot 6 Women’s Handicraft-mustbe made by exhibitorand not covered in othercategories.Lot 7 Ceramic Art ItemLot 8 Ceramic Stained ItemLot 9 Ceramic Dry Brush ItemLot 10 Ceramic Glazed ItemLot 11 Ceramic Underglazed ItemLot 12 Handmade Hair BowsLot 13 Decorated BoxesLot 14 Table Decoration – AnyOtherLot 15 Table Decoration –Machine EmbroideryLot 16 Table Decoration - SeasonalLot 17 TableDecoration-ChristmasLot 18 Shadow BoxLot 19 Stuffed BearLot 20 Stuffed DollLot 21 StuffedToy (other thanbear or doll)Lot 22 HandmadeToy or Doll(other than stuffed)Lot 23 WoodWorkingItem-AnyOtherLot 24 Wood BurningLot 25 Handmade JewelryLot 26 Wreath - PatrioticLot 27 Wreath - ChristmasLot 28 Wreath any other holidayLot 29 Wreath other than holidayLot 30 Decoration for EasterLot 31 Decoration for HalloweenLot 32 Decoration forThanksgivingLot 33 Decoration for ChristmasLot 34 Decoration for Fourth ofJulyLot 35 Decoration any otherLot 36 Any Angel ItemLot 37 Tole PaintingLot 38 Christmas OrnamentLot 39 Decorated BasketForcum Lannom Building Materialsis PROUD to welcome you to the2011 Dyer County FairWe hope you and your family enjoyyourselves while visitingDyer County!Dyersburg2100 Pioneer RoadDyersburg, TN 38024Phone: 731-285-1154Tiptonville420 Carl Perkins PkwyTiptonville, TN 38079Phone: 731-253-9869Dyersburg Concrete2234 Pioneer RoadDyersburg, TN 38024Phone: 731-285-7401Tiptonville Concrete30 Vaughn RoadTiptonville, TN 38079Phone: 731-253-62622012Boarding, Grooming, Supplies, etc.731-285-8865Next door to Animal Care HospitalDyersburg, TNwww.animalcarehospital.com
  • 20. 38   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   39Stan’s A/C & ElectricCOMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIALOVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE!• EPA CERTIFIED• HEATING & PLUMBING REPAIRS• NEW INSTALLATIONS• SERVICE WORK• CHANGE OUTSFAST, DEPENDABLE SERVICE!OFFICE: 731-287-9009CELL: 731-445-7257Our Services:• Residential• Professional Installers• Service All Makes & Models• Installation and Replacement• Indoor Air Quality Specialists• Service After the Sale204 Cooley Road, Dyersburg, TN 38024Phone: (731) 287-3225Operating Hours: Mon. through Fri.8:00 AM to 5:00 PMJEFFRIESHEATING & AIRThe HutDINE IN - CARRY OUT - CATERINGBBQ - SALADS - BURGERSRIBS - BREAKFASTDESSERTSDRIVE-THROUGH SERVICEMON - WED: 6 AM TO 7 PMTHURS/FRI: 6 AM TO 7:30 PMSATURDAY: 6 AM TO 6 PMCLOSED ON SUNDAYS1940 FORREST STREETDYERSBURG, TN38024731-286-1003www.thebbqhut.netTo learn more andschedule an In-HomeEnergy Evaluation call1-866-441-1430 or visitwww.EnergyRight.com.Save energy. earn caSh.caSe cloSed.Call today to schedule an In-Home Energy EvaluationHomeowners can:• Get a detailed home energy evaluation by a TVA-certifiedprofessional• Get cash reimbursements up to $500• Save money on utility bills• Reduce energy use• Help protect the environmentTake advantage of up to $500 in energy efficiency rebateswhen you make recommended reimbursable improvementsto your home through TVA and Dyersburg Electric System’sIn-Home Energy Evaluation program.R & S CARPETS630 HWY. 51 BYPASS EAST - DYERSBURG, TN731-285-8871dyersburgfyi.com/randsKenny Rogers: kennyrscarpets@cableone.netJeff Heathcott: jeffrscarpets@cableone.netSee YouAt The 2011 DyerCounty Fair!SEE YOUAT THE2012DYER COUNTYFAIR!Dyersburg MayorJohn HoldenPicture Yourself at theDyer County FairMayor Holden and his staff wish to welcomeeveryone to the 2012 Dyer County Fair.We would also like to commend the fairboardofficers and committee, as well as all of the vol-unteers and businesses that make this the bestCounty Fair in the great state of Tennessee!Mayor John HoldenDyersburg City Hall425 W. Court St.Dyersburg, TN - 38025731-288-7600We Hope You EnjoyThe 2012Dyer County Fair!
  • 21. www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    41YOUTHEXHIBITS40   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.comYOUTH EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTGeneral Superintendents - Ann Reed & Ann Anderson1. ALL ENTRIES IN THE YOUTH DEPARTMENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FLOWERS, FOOD PREPARATION,GARDENING, AND FIELD CROPS MUST BE ENTERED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, BETWEEN 8:30 A.M.AND 3:00 P.M. ENTRIES MUST BE REMOVED BETWEEN 1:00 P.M. AND 3:00 P.M. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9.YOUTH FLOWERS, FOOD PREPARATION, GARDENING, AND FIELD CROPS MUST BE ENTERED MONDAY,SEPTEMBER 3 BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 1:00 P.M.2. Articles placed on exhibit must be made in the school year 2011-2012 and not previously exhibited.3. Entries will be judged and placed in blue, red and white groups. Group ribbon values will be shown in each class.4. All premium checks must be picked up at the fairground office.5. No entry fee will be charged.6. Entries will only be accepted if entered by pre-school through twelfth grade in all Youth Department Classes.7. All exhibits must be made by exhibitor.8. Only one entry per lot per exhibitor.YOUTH ORGANIZATION EXHIBITSAny youth organization interested in reserving a booth for this exhibit, call the fair office for full details. There are only fourfair booths available, and they will be distributed on a first come basis. Prizes for 2012 will be as follows:1ST: $100.00 2ND: $ 75.00 3RD: $ 50.00 4TH: $ 30.00THEME: “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”Exhibits must be completed by 3:00 p.m., Monday, September 3. The following point system will be used in judging theYouth Fair Booth this year: ORIGINALITY 20 POINTS INDUSTRY 20 POINTS THEME 20 POINTS INGENUITY 20 POINTS OVERALL APPEAL 20 POINTS TOTAL 100 POINTSCHARLES F. MOORE AWARD• $100.00 GIVEN TO GIRL WITH MOST POINTS• $100.00 GIVEN TO BOY WITH MOST POINTS• BLUE RIBBON COUNTS 3 POINTS• RED RIBBON COUNTS 2 POINTS• WHITE RIBBON COUNTS 1 POINTRules1. Award is limited to participants of grades 4th through 12th.2. Must attend school in Dyer County.Dyersburg - YorkvillePresident:Jimmy DeeseVice President:Rachel Cartwright731-286-4795www.omnitechmanufacturing.com2011 Charles F. Moore WinnersAdriana McCann & Skylar FowlkesWe at MYERS INTERNATIONAL MIDWAYSare very proud of our midway.It is an asset to any event.We supply modern, well-maintained rides. Youare invited to visit our midway and enjoy the rides,games and wide selection of traditional “Fair”food. The minute you walk onto the midway, thearoma of Italian sausage, popcorn and caramelapples will fill your senses.The sounds of carousel music and the sight ofhappy faces will surely make your visit amemorable one.COME AND JOIN IN THE FUNAT THE 2011 DYER COUNTY FAIR!MYERS INTERNATIONALMIDWAYSWWW.MYERSMIDWAYS.COM813-677-2787COME JOIN THE FUN AT THE2012 DYER COUNTY FAIR!
  • 22. 42   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    43YOUTHEXHIBITSYOUTHEXHIBITSCLASS 3 - SEWINGClass Superintendent -Mary Beth SellersONE ENTRY PER LOT. BLUERIBBON - $2.50; RED RIBBON-$1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OFSHOW - $5.00.Lot 1 Any Decorated Towel- includes lace,ribbon,cross stitch,or embroi-dery trimLot 2 Pot HolderLot 3 Pillow/Pillow CaseLot 4 ApronLot 5 PurseLot 6 Any Patchwork ItemLot 7 Christmas TreeDecorationLot 8 Christmas StockingLot 9 Any Other ChristmasArticle includes Place-mats,Tree Skirts,Wallhangings,etc.Lot 10 Knitted ArticleLot 11 Crocheted ArticleLot 12 Embroidered ArticleLot 13 Canvas Work(Needlepoint)Lot 14 Counted Cross StitchLot 15 Cross StitchLot 16 Hand Monogram orApplique ItemLot 17 Mach.Monogram orApplique ItemLot 18 Blouse,Shirt or TopLot 19 Jacket,Vest,or CoatLot 20 Pants or ShortsLot 21 Pants or Shorts En-semble (Suit),or joggingsuits,etc.Lot 22 SkirtLot 23 Any DressLot 24 Dress or Suit Ensemble includes dresses & skirtswith vests,jackets,orjumpers with blousesLot 25 JumperLot 26 Knitted Item of Clothing- includes hats,scarves,jackets,and vestsLot 27 Any Sewn Clothing Item- includes handker-chiefs,scarves,bathingsuits & bathing suitcover ups,bonnetsBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 4 -PRIMARY ARTPreschool - 3rd gradeClass Superintendent - Becky OwenBLUE RIBBON, $2.50; REDRIBBON, $1.50; WHITE RIB-BON- RIBBON ONLY. BEST OFSHOW - $5.00.One entry per lot. All art work willbe hung by staples. Age of child tobe written on back of item. Articlesexhibited must be made in the schoolyear 2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 PencilLot 2 CharcoalLot 3 InkLot 4 Magic MarkerLot 5 WatercolorLot 6 PastelLot 7 Oil or AcrylicLot 8 Best PosterLot 9 Crayon PictureLot 10 Sculpture (paper)Lot 11 Colored PencilsLot 12 Freehand Computer ArtLot 13 Computer Art - anyotherBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 5 - YOUTH ART4th grade - 12th gradeClass Superintendents - Tara Gbi-son, Leslie Todd & Jenni PritchetBLUE RIBBON, MAXIMUM$2.50; RED RIBBON, MAXI-MUM $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY.BEST OF SHOW - $5.00.One entry per lot. All art work willbe hung by staples. Age of child tobe written on back of item. Articlesexhibited must be made in the schoolyear 2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 PencilLot 2 CharcoalLot 3 InkLot 4 Magic MarkerLot 5 WatercolorLot 6 PastelLot 7 Oil or AcrylicLot 8 Best PosterLot 9 SculptureLot 10 Colored PencilsLot 11 Freehand Computer ArtBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 6 - PRIMARYCRAFTSPreschool - 3rd gradeClass Superintendents -Amy Gregson & Regina GregsonBLUE RIBBON - $2.50; REDRIBBON - $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OFSHOW$5.00.One entry per lot. Articles exhib-ited must be made in the schoolyear 2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 Decorated PictureFrameLot 2 Handmade JewelryLot 3 MagnetsLot 4 Baked Dough ItemLot 5 Paper CraftLot 6 Metal or Tin CraftLot 7 Ceramics/Clay CraftLot 8 Styrofoam ArticlesLot 9 Paper Mache ArticleLot 10 Cardboard ArticleLot 12 Any Other ChristmasDecorationLot 13 WoodcraftLot 14 Bean CollageLot 15 Handmade puppet-fabric or paperLot 16 Fabric Stenciling orPaintingLot 17 Craft Foam ArticleLot 18 Grapevine WreathLot 19 Patriotic Art Object(other than coloredsheet)(Class 6 continued on next page)CLASS 1 - CANNINGClass Superintendent - Lisa EscueBLUE RIBBON $2.50; REDRIBBON $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OF SHOW$5.00.Attach name to bottom of jar.All entriesmust be in STANDARD PINT JELLYJARS or QUART JARS. One entry perlot.FRUITS & VEGETABLESLot 1 - Apples (halves or quarters)Lot 2 ApplesauceLot 3 Peaches (halves orquarters)Lot 4 Pears (halves)Lot 5 TomatoesLot 6 Tomato JuiceLot 7 Beets (whole)Lot 8 Beets (sliced)Lot 9 CornLot 10 Crowder PeasLot 11 English PeasLot 12 Field PeasLot 13 Green Beans (cut)Lot 14 Green Beans (whole)Lot 15 Green Lima BeansLot 16 OkraLot 17 Soup MixtureLot 18 Green PeppersLot 19 Red PeppersLot 20 CarrotsLot 21 CatsupLot 22 Any other vegetableLot 23 Best 4 Jar Exhibit -must have 2 qts.ofvegetables and 2 qts.offruitJELLY - BUTTERS(Pints or jelly jars)Lot 24 - Apple JellyLot 25 Apple ButterLot 26 Blackberry JellyLot 27 Grape JellyLot 28 Peach JellyLot 29 Plum JellyLot 30 Raspberry JellyLot 31 Strawberry JellyLot 32 Miscellaneous JellyPRESERVES & JAMS(Pints or jelly jars)Lot 33 - Blackberry JamLot 34 Cherry PreservesLot 35 Peach PreservesLot 36 Pear PreservesLot 37 Strawberry JamLot 38 Strawberry PreservesLot 39 Fried Pie MixtureLot 40 HoneyLot 41 Miscellaneous Preservesor JamsPICKLESLot 42 Beet Pickles (whole)Lot 43 Beet Pickles (sliced)Lot 44 Chili SauceLot 45 Sliced Cucumber PickleLot 46 Whole Cucumber PickleLot 47 Sliced Dill PickleLot 48 Whole Dill PickleLot 49 Bread & Butter PickleLot 50 Koscher PickleLot 51 Any other pickleLot 52 SalsaLot 53 Any relishBest of Show...........Rosette2012 YOUTHPREMIUM FOODPRESERVATIONAWARDSTo further stimulate the art ofhome food preservation, AlltristaCorporation is offering four (4)coupons (valued at $5.00 each) towardthe purchase of Ball brand or Kerrbrand Home Canning Products andfour (4) Ball Blue Book®or Kerr®canning guides.The best exhibit submitted by a youth,canned in Ball®Jars and sealed withBall®Two-Piece Vacuum Caps orcanned in Kerr®Jars and sealed withKerr®Two-Peice Vacuum Caps shallbe selected from each class indicatedbelow to receive the following:• In Fruits, Vegetables, Pickled Foodsand Soft Spreads, there shall be onewinner in each class. Each winnershall receive one (1) home canningproduct coupon and one (1) canningguide.CLASS 2 - FOODPREPARATIONClass Superintendent - Amy PerkinsEnter on Monday-9:00a.m. -1:00p.m.BLUE RIBBON $2.50; REDRIBBON $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. ONE ENTRYPER LOT. BEST OF SHOW- $5.00Entries remain property of DyerCounty Fair. Must be entered on6-inch paper plates.Lot 1 Yeast Rolls (2)Lot 2 Corn Bread (2)Lot 3 Yeast Bread (any type)Lot 4 Sweet Quick Breads(any type)Lot 5 Muffins (2)Lot 6 Biscuits (plain) (2)Lot 7 Chocolate Fudge (3)Lot 8 Divinity Fudge (3)Lot 9 Any Other Candy (3)Lot 10 Plain Cookies (3)Lot 11 Chocolate Chip Cookies (3)Lot 12 Bar Cookies (3)Lot 13 Decorated FancyCookies (3)Lot 14 Brownies (3)Lot 15 Best Any Other Cookies (3)Lot 16 Apple PieLot 17 Cherry PieLot 18 Chess PieLot 19 Pecan PieLot 20 Chocolate PieLot 21 White Layer Cake (anytype icing)Lot 22 Chocolate Cake (anytype icing)Lot 23 Yellow Cake (any typeicing)Lot 24 Angel Food Cake (noticed)Lot 25 Pound Cake (not iced)Lot 26 Sheath CakeLot 27 Any Other CakeLot 28 Cup Cakes (2)Lot 29 Cake (a mix as a base)Lot 30 Decorated Cake (WholeCake)Best of Show...........RosetteJeff Wright, Plant Manager370 Upper Wynnburg LaneTiptonville, Tn 380791-731-253-9934ÊÊChristy Lee, Plant Manager215 Halespoint Grainery RdHalls, Tn 380401-731-836-7571Helping Farmers ProsperWILLIS HEATING & AIRSERVING DYER COUNTY & SURROUNDING AREAFOR A QUARTER OF A DECADE!BONDED & INSUREDA NAME YOU CAN TRUST!OFFICIAL HVAC BUSINESSFOR THE DYER COUNTY FAIR!WE HOPE YOU HAVE A“HOT” TIME,AT THE“COOLEST” FAIRIN TENNESSEE!125 DAWSON ST. - DYERSBURG, TN731-285-4406 731-676-7165
  • 23. 44   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    45YOUTHEXHIBITSYOUTHEXHIBITSWILLIS HEATING & AIRSERVING DYER COUNTY & SURROUNDING AREAFOR A QUARTER OF A DECADE!BONDED & INSUREDA NAME YOU CAN TRUST!WE HOPE YOU HAVE A“HOT” TIMEAT THE“COOLEST” FAIRIN TENNESSEE!OFFICIAL HVAC BUSINESSFOR THE DYER COUNTY FAIR!125 DAWSON ST. - DYERSBURG, TN731-285-4406 731-676-7165ROBERTS-GIBSON OIL COMPANYDYERSBURG OFFICE - CONTACT LARRY OR TIM GIBSON AT: 1-731-285-4941UNION CITY OFFICE - CONTACT DEVON GREGSON AT: 1-731-885-1747Servicing farmers, construction andcommercial accounts in Dyer, Obion,Gibson, Weakley, Henry, Lake,Lauderdaler, Crockett and MadisonCounties of West Tennessee.In BusinessFor Over FortyYears!Lot 20 Holiday Decoration (other than Christmas)Lot 21 Craft Using FoodArticlesBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 7 -YOUTHCRAFTS4th grade - 12th gradeClass Superintendent - LisaMaldonadoBLUE RIBBON - $2.50; REDRIBBON - $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OFSHOW$5.00One entry per lot. Articles exhibitedmust be made in the school year2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 Decorated PictureFrameLot 2 Handmade JewelryLot 3 MagnetsLot 4 Baked Dough ItemLot 5 Paper CraftLot 6 Metal or Tin CraftLot 7 Ceramics/Clay CraftLot 8 Styrofoam ArticlesLot 9 Paper Mache ArticleLot 10 Cardboard ArticleLot 11 Christmas TreeOrnamentLot 12 Any Other ChristmasDecorationLot 13 LeathercraftLot 14 Bean CollageLot 15 WoodcraftLot 16 Fabric Stenciling orPaintingLot 17 Craft Foam ArticleLot 18 Grapevine WreathLot 19 Patriotic Art Objectother than coloredsheet)Best of Show...........RosetteCLASS 8 -PRIMARY HOBBIESPreschool - 3rd gradeClass Superintendents -Amy Armstrong & Dana HaltermanBLUE RIBBON- $2.50; REDRIBBON - $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OF SHOW$5.00.One entry per lot. Articles exhibitedmust be made in the school year2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 Clay SculptureLot 2 Stained Glass or GlassPaintingLot 3 ModelsLot 4 Handmade ToyLot 5 WoodworkingLot 6 Thumbprint orHandprint CreationLot 7 Painted ObjectLot 8 Carved Wood ArticlesLot 9 Milk or Egg CartonCreationLot 10 Handmade DollLot 11 BasketryLot 12 PotteryLot 13 Paper Plate CreationLot 14 Construction,Legos,Construx,etc.Lot 15 Weaving (other thanbasket)Lot 16 Holiday item other thanChristmasLot 17 Handmade MusicalInstrumentLot 18 Duct Tape ItemBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 9 - YOUTHHOBBIES4th grade - 12th grade ClassSuperintendent - LaDonna SpryBLUE RIBBON- $2.50; REDRIBBON- $1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OF SHOW$5.00.One entry per lot. Articles exhibitedmust be made in the school year2011-2012 and not previouslyentered.Lot 1 Clay ModelingLot 2 Stained Glass or GlassPaintingLot 3 ModelsLot 4 Handmade ToyLot 5 WoodworkingLot 6 Collection must be in oron containerLot 7 Painted ObjectLot 8 Carved Wood ArticlesLot 9 SculptureLot 10 Handmade DollLot 11 BasketryLot 12 PotteryLot 13 CalligraphyLot 14 Construction,Legos,Construx,etc.Lot 15 Weaving (other thanbasket)Lot 16 Holiday item other thanChristmasLot 17 Electrical ArticlesLot 18 Handmade CandlesLot 19 Handmade DreamCatchersBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 10PHOTOGRAPHYClass Superintendent -Cecil OwenBLUE RIBBON- $2.50; REDRIBBON -$1.50; WHITE RIBBON-RIBBON ONLY. BEST OF SHOW$5.00.Entries accepted under general rulesof the Youth Department. Entrieswill consist of one to four color orblack and white pictures with a com-mon theme mounted on a singlepiece of white poster board twelveinches square. Name, address, andgrade of child is to be written on backof the poster board. Pictures will bejudged 50 percent on interest and ap-peal and 50 percent on photographicexcellence of technique. Entries notmade by exhibitor will be disquali-fied. Only one entry per lot. Entriesnot following rules of mountingcannot receive greater than a whiteribbon. Judge may relocate entry toanother lot at his discretion. Articlesexhibited must be made in the 2011-2012 school year and not previouslyexhibited.Lot 1 Family Scenes (K-6)Lot 2 Family Scenes (7-12)Lot 3 Sports Scene (K-12)Lot 4 Patriotic (K-12)Lot 5 Animals (K-6)Lot 6 Animals (7-12)Lot 7 Dyer County Landscape(K-6)Lot 8 Dyer County Landscape(7-12)Lot 9 Vacation Scenes (K-6)Lot 10 Vacation Scenes (7-12)Lot 11 Dyer County Fair (K-6)Lot 12 Dyer County Fair (7-12)Lot 13 Picture Story (K-6)Lot 14 Picture Story (7-12)Lot 15 FlowersBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 11 - FLOWERSClass Superintendent: Sheila WelchBLUE RIBBON - $2.50; REDRIBBON - $1.50; WHITERIBBON- RIBBON ONLY. BESTOF SHOW $5.00.Enter on Mon. 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.Lot 1 Non-Blooming PotFlowerLot 2 Blooming Pot FlowerLot 3 Arrangement ofMarigoldsLot 4 Arrangement of ZinniasLot 5 Arrangement of RosesLot 6 Arrangement of anyother Fresh FlowersLot 7 Plants Grown inHanging ContainersLot 8 Cacti and SucculentsBest of Show...........RosetteADULTAGRICULTUREDEPARTMENTGeneral SuperintendentJohnny DodsonFIELD CROPS (Adults Only)Superintendent - Jimmy HesterEntries must be in place by 1:00p.m., Monday, September 3. Entriesmay be removed between 1 p.m. and3 p.m., on the following Sunday. ForLots 1-5, Leaves must be removed.Only one entry per lot.AWARDS: Lots 1-33: 1st, $5.00;2nd, $4.00; 3rd, $3.00. Lots34-36: 1st, $15.00; 2nd, $10.00;3rd, $5.00. Lot 37: 1st, $25.00;2nd, $15.00; 3rd, $10.00. Best ofShow- $25Lot 1 Stalk of Peanuts (3 stalks)Lot 2 Stalk of Hot Peppers (1 stalk)Lot 3 Stalk of Bell Peppers (1 stalk)Lot 4 Stalk of Soybeans,anyvarietyLot 5 Stalk of CottonLot 6 Bolls of Cotton (6 oncardboard)Lot 7 Ears of Corn (3 yellow)Lot 8 Ears of Corn (3 white)Lot 9 Sweet Potatoes(3 potatoes)Lot 10 Irish Potatoes(3 potatoes)Lot 11 Potato PumpkinLot 12 Field PumpkinLot 13 WatermelonLot 14 CucumbersLot 15 Zucchini SquashLot 16 SunflowerLot 17 Mixed Arrangement ofGourdsLot 18 Unusual Vegetable orFruitLot 19 Combine Milo (3 head)Lot 20 Block of any LegumeHayLot 21 Block of any Grass HayLot 22 Quart of Honey(Strained)Lot 23 Quart of Honey (Comb)Lot 24 Dozen of Eggs (brown)Lot 25 Dozen of Eggs (white)Lot 26 Quart of WheatLot 27 Quart of OatLot 28 Quart of BarleyLot 29 Quart of RyeLot 30 Quart of any CloverLot 31 Quart of Lespedeza (jap)Lot 32 Largest PumpkinLot 33 Largest WatermelonLot 34 Display of HomegrownVegetables in SeasonLot 35 Display of HomegrownFruit in SeasonLot 36 Horticulture Display(from exhibitor’s fruit orvegetable garden)Lot 37 Most uniqueagriculturallyrelated tool made ormanufactured prior to1950.(Will be judged onemphasis placed on age,condition,and purposeof implement.)NO REPEAT ENTRIES.(YOUTH Agriculture on next page)AGRICULTURECENTURY EQUIPMENT COMPANY855 Hwy 51 ByPass N • Dyersburg, TN 38024Office: 731-285-2875Email: Century@ecsis.netEQUIPMENT COMPANY
  • 24. www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    47YOUTHEXHIBITS46   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.comYOUTHAGRICULTUREDEPARTMENTGeneral Superintendent -Johnny DodsonYOUTH CROPEXHIBITSSuperintendents - Jimmy Hester,Lori Finley, Eric MaupinEXHIBIT ENTRY - MONDAY,SEPT. 3, 9:00 A.M.TO 1:00 P.M.CLASS 12- GARDENINGAWARDS: LOTS 1-23: BLUE$4.00; RED $2.00; WHITE,RIBBON ONLY, LOTS 24-25: BLUE $5.00; RED $3.00;WHITE. RIBBON ONLY, BESTOF SHOW $5.00.All Exhibitors bring their exhibitson 6” plates. Only one entry per lot.All entries will be judged on quality,uniformity and maturity!Best of Display of:Lot 1 Carrots (3)Lot 2 Eggplant (1)Lot 3 Vegetable not listedLot 4 Green Beans (8)Lot 5 Hot Peppers (3)Lot 6 Squash (2)Lot 7 PumpkinLot 8 Tomatoes (3)Lot 9 Oriental Tomatoes (6)Lot 10 Field Peas (8)Lot 11 Okra (5)Lot 12 Bell Peppers (2)Lot 13 Onions (2)Lot 14 Lima Beans (8)Lot 15 Banana Peppers (3)Lot 16 Peanuts (1 cup)Lot 17 WatermelonLot 18 Cucumbers (2)Lot 19 GourdsLot 20 Carton of EggsLot 21 Apples (2)Lot 22 Pears (2)Lot 23 Peaches (2)Lot 24 Display of Vegetables(Any vegetables you havegrown may be used.Thereshould be a minimum of3 varieties displayed inexhibit)Lot 25 Decorated PumpkinBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 13 -CORN & MILOAWARDS:BLUE $4.00; RED$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON, BESTOF SHOW .....$5.00. TWOENTRIES PER LOT.Lot 1 Yellow Hybrid - 3 earexhibitLot 2 White Hybrid - 3 earexhibitLot 3 Yellow Hybrid - 3 stalkswith ears fully exposedand stalks trimmed to amaximum of 3 ft.length.Shucks and leaves are tobe trimmed!Lot 4 White Hybrid - 3 stalkswith ear fully exposedand stalks trimmed to amaximum of 3 ft.lengthLot 5 Milo - 3 heads displayedBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 14 - COTTONAWARDS: LOTS 1-4: BLUE$4.00; RED $2.00; WHITE,RIBBON ONLY. BEST OFSHOW $5.00. TWO ENTRIESPER PERSON ALLOWED.Lot 1 Six Open Bolls Mountedon Cardboard (No largerthan 8”x10”.Any varietywith 2 entries perperson allowedLot 2 Best Individual Stalkwith Leaves Removed;Any variety with 2entries per person.Lot 3 Best One Pound Displayof Picked Cotton Place on Grade; Anyvariety with 2 entriesper person.Lot 4 Official Cotton Exhibit:20 open bolls,3/4 lb.lintand 1 qt.mechanicallydelinted seed instandard exhibit box;any varietyBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 15 - SOYBEANSAWARDS: BLUE $4.00; RED$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON ONLY,BEST OF SHOW $5.00.Lot 1 Individual Stalks withLeaves Removed; Anyvariety with 2 entriesper person allowedBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 16-SUNFLOWERSAWARDS: BLUE $4.00; RED$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON,BEST OF SHOW $5.00. TWOENTRIES PER PERSONALLOWED.Lot 1 Black Oil - Diameter 8 inchesor smaller,1 entry perpersonLot 2 Black Oil - Diameter 9 inches& above,1 entry per personLot 3 White Stripe - Diameter 8inches or smaller,1 entry perpersonLot 4 White Stripe - Diameter 9inches & above,1 entry perpersonBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 17 - POTATOESAWARDS: BLUE $4.00; RED$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON, BESTOF SHOW $5.00.Three potatoes make an exhibit.They should be uniform in size, trueto variety, free from cuts, bruises andinsect damage. 1 entry per person.Lot 1 Sweet PotatoesLot 2 Irish PotatoesBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 18 - HAYAWARDS: BLUE $4.00; RED$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON, BESTOF SHOW $5.00.Hay will be shown in one block, tiedwith a string. Two entries per varietyper person.Lot 1 AlfalfaLot 2 LespedezaLot 3 Red CloverLot 4 SoybeansLot 5 SudexLot 6 Other varieties notlistedBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 19 - HONEYAWARDS: BLUE, $4.00; RED,$2.00; WHITE, RIBBON BESTOF SHOW $5.00. 1 ENTRY PERPERSON.Lot 1 Jar Extracted HoneyLot 2 Jar Comb HoneyLot 3 Frame CombLot 4 Complete HiveBest of Show...........RosetteCLASS 20 - SHOPWORKAWARDS: LOTS 1-23: BLUE,$4.00; RED, $2.00; WHITE,RIBBON ONLY BEST OFSHOW $5.00. 1 ENTRY PERPERSON. MINOR SHOP WORKLot 1 Rope HalterLot 2 Long and Short SpliceLot 3 Nail BoxLot 4 Tool CarrierLot 5 Hog TroughsLot 6 Hand HurdlesLot 7 Butt Weld 6 inchLot 8 “T”Weld 6 inchLot 9 Lap Braze - 6 inchLot 10 “T”Braze - 6 inchLot 11 Galvanized Copper &PVC Pipe ExerciseLot 12 Other Minor Shop WorkNot Listed(MAJOR SHOP WORK)Lot 13 Self FeederLot 14 Gate (Wire)Lot 15 Gate (Wooden)Lot 16 Trailer BedLot 17 Cattle FeederLot 18 Tool ChestLot 19 Beehive - CompleteLot 20 BBQ GrillLot 21 Gate HurdleLot 22 Metal TroughLot 23 Other Major Shop WorkNot ListedBest of Show...........RosetteEND YOUTH EXHIBITSGibson Farmer’s Co-opOwned & Operatedby Your Friends & Neighbors!Serving Area Farmersin Six Locations for Over 50 Years!Dyer665-6161Trenton855-1891Milan787-6618Dyersburg285-7161Newbern627-2525Big Boy Junction285-0202Offering Quality Products at Competitive Priceson Seed, Chemicals, Fertilizer, Hardware & Feed.We Appreciate Your Business!www.ourcoop.comWAYDE JACKSON PAINTING &REMODELING, INC.700 East Court St., Dyersburg, TN 38024Office: 731-288-0993 Cell: 731-676-7224PictureYourselfat theDyerCountyFair!Chanie &Case
  • 25. 48   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   49Happy Fair DaysfromHilltop HouseBridal & Gift Boutique                575 Mall Blvd. Ste. HDyersburg, TN 38024731-285-6810www.hilltophousegifts.comHours:Tues – Fri. 9:30 -5:30Sat. 10-3Dyer County Mayor - Richard Hillwelcomes all visitors to the2012 Dyer County Fairdirectors for all of their hard work!Dyer County MayorRichard HillOne Veterans Square - Dyersburg, TN 38024(731)286-7800coexec@co.dyer.tn.us1220 S Main Ave Dyersburg, TN 38024731-285-5017www.billyrogersplumbingandhvac.com185 North Church St.Dyersburg, TN 38024731.285.7900www.atacpa.netTennessee officesDyersburg, Henderson,Jackson, Martin,McKenzie, Milan, Paris,Trenton & Union CityKentucky officeMurrayCertified PublicAccountantsSteveCarmichael,GlendoraGreenway,Kevin Howell &the team atATA hopes youenjoy the ridesand food at theDyer CountyFair!Jane PopePhone: 731-332-0372
  • 26. www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    51LIVESTOCK50   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.comCall a CPSsales representativefor your area:DYERSBURG:445 Lenox Nauvoo Rd.Dyersburg, TN 38024(731) 287-8979WYNNBURG3630 Highway 78 SWynnburg, TN 38077(731) 253-7700www.cpsagu.comCROPPRODUCTIONSERVICESC& C Pharmacyis just the “Ticket”for all your prescription,home and gift needs!Have a GREAT timeat the2011 Dyer Co. Fair!HAVE A GREATTIME AT THE 2012DYER CO. FAIR!Jerry M. Jernigan M.D.OPHTHALMOLOGYDispensary Hours: Mon - Thurs 8 am to 5 pm350 Parkview EastDyersburg, TN 38024TELEPHONE: 731-285-1888TOLL FREE: 800-258-0226www.dyersburgfyi.com/jerniganmdLIVESTOCK EVENTSThe livestock shows take place in the Arena. The arena building incorporates the old with the new. The bleacher seating inthis facility was the original seating in the old “People’s Arena” at the old fairgrounds. This building was funded in part by a$50,000 grant from the State of Tennessee, Agriculture Department.MON. 5:00 P.M. JUNIOR MARKET STEER SHOW (Closed Show - Dyer County 4-H & FFA Participants only) 5:30 P.M. Market Steer Show (Open for Juniors from West TN) 6:00 P.M. BEEF CATTLE SHOW (Open and Junior) Red Angus and Black AngusTUES. 4:00 P.M. 4-H/FFA BEEF JUDGING 5:30 P.M. COMMERCIAL HEIFER SHOW (Junior Only) 6:00 P.M. BEEF CATTLE SHOW (Open and Junior) Charolais, Herefords and Other BreedsWED. 3:00 P.M. MARKET/BREEDING GOAT SHOW (Open to Juniors in West TN) 6:00 P.M. Registered Swine Show Market Hog Show to FollowTHURS. CLOSED SHOW FOR DYER COUNTRY 4-H/FFA MEMBERS ONLY 9:00 A.M. MARKET HOG SHOW 11:00 A.M. MARKET GOAT SHOW 1:00 P.M. MARKET LAMB SHOW 4:00 P.M. 4-H/FFA SHEEP/SWINE JUDGING 7:00 P.M. DYER COUNTY JUNIOR MARKET ANIMAL SALEFRI. 6:00 P.M. MARKET LAMB AND COMMERCIAL EWE SHOW (Open to Juniors in West TN)SAT. 2:00 P.M. PET SHOW 4:00 P.M. WOOL AND WOOLIES REVIEW 5:00 P.M. BREEDING SHEEP SHOW (Open to Juniors in West TN)* Maximum Awards for Livestock ShowsBeef Cattle..........Jr. and Open..........7,000 Swine......... Jr. and Open........ 2,500Sheep.................Jr. and Open..........5,500 Goats......... Jr.......................... 1,000
  • 27. 52   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    53LIVESTOCKLIVESTOCKBEEF CATTLEGeneral Superintendents: Terry Elkins, Sandy Baker & Lindsey ButlerMonday, September 3, 6:00p.mRed Angus - Black AngusTuesday, September 4, 6:00p.m.Charolais, Hereford & Other Breeds1. Junior and Open shows will run concurrently. Any junior (pre-school agethrough their 18th birthday) from Tennessee is eligible to participate inthe Junior Show. The animal must be registered to the Junior in order toparticipate in the Junior Show for premium money.2. All animals must be registered in their respective breed association andpapers checked before the show. Health papers will be checked duringregistration.3. Entries are due August 15, 2012. Registration form is enclosed.4. Tie Fee: $5.00 per head should be included with pre-registration form.5. Bedding (shavings) is provided. No other bedding is allowed.6. Breeds will be shown in the order listed above.7. The Fair Association reserves the right to discontinue breed classes fromyear to year where the above stated limits are not met.8. All entries must be in place by noon on their respective show day. Theanimals must remain until after the nightly money drawing.9. Trucks and trailers should park in a designated parking area.10. Premiums will be available by Thursday of the fair. They can be pickedup from the office or mailed, if requested.11. Two entries per exhibitor per lot will be awarded premium money.12. Herdsman passes ($5.00 each) or gate admission is required.BEEF CLASSESLot 1 Junior Heifer Calves:born after Jan.1,2012Lot 2 Winter Heifer Calves:Nov.1-Dec.31,2011Lot 3 Senior Heifer Calves:Sept.1-Oct.31,2011Lot 4 Late Summer Yearlings:July 1-Aug.31,2011Lot 5 Early Summer Yearlings:May 1-June 30,2011Lot 6 Late Junior Yearlings:Mar.1-April 30,2011Lot 7 Early Junior Yearlings:Jan.1-Feb.28,2011Lot 8 Senior Yearlings: Sept.1-Dec.31,2010Lot 9 2 Year Old/ Mature Cow/ Calf PairLot 10 Champion/Reserve Champion HeiferBULL CLASSES - OPEN SHOW ONLYLot 11 Junior Bull Calves:born after Jan.1,2012Lot 12 Winter Bull Calves: Nov.1 - Dec.31,2011Lot 13 Senior Bull Calves: Sept.1 - Oct.31,2011Lot 14 Late Summer Yearling Bulls:July 1 - Aug.31,2011Lot 15 Early Summer Yearling Bulls:May 1 - June 30,2011Lot 16 Late Junior Yearling Bulls:Mar.1 - April 30,2011Lot 17 Early Junior Yearling Bulls:Jan.1 - Feb.28,2011Lot 18 Senior Yearling Bulls:Sept.1 - Dec.31,2010Lot 19 Late 2 Year Old Bulls:May 1 - Aug.31,2010Lot 20 Early 2 Year Old Bulls:Jan.1 - Apr.30,2010Lot 21 Champion/Reserve Champion Bull (1st place from Lots 11 - 20 compete)Award Premiums for Junior & Open Beef Shows1ST - $25.00; 2ND - $20.00; 3RD - $15.00;4TH - $10.00; 5TH & BELOW - $5.00Grand Champion - $75.00, RosetteReserve Grand Champion - $50.00, RosetteBull Classes Grand Champion, - $50.00, RosetteReserve Grand Champion, - $25.00, RosetteShowmanship - Beef Showmanship - (Novice-SeniorHigh) guidelines will be announced prior to the showeach night.$10 premium to the Showmanship Dyer Co. Fair(Registration form found on page 55)JUNIOR MARKET & BREEDINGGOAT SHOWSuperintendent - Terry Elkins and Sandy BakerWednesday, September 5 • Weigh In at 1:00 p.m.,Show Follows at 3:00 p.m.1. All goats should be on the grounds by 1:00 p.m. All goats must beaccompanied by an official health certificate and signed by a licensedveterinarian. Health Certificates must have been issued within 90 days ofshow date. Animals showing obvious signs of illness or disease will notbe allowed on the grounds.2. Exhibitors are limited to 2 entries in each individual class.3. Large classes may be divided into Class A & B.4. Goats can be entered as breeding or market, not both.5. Market classes can be does, wethers. No bucks.6. All goats must meet the TN Agricultural guidelines for Scraple.7. All exhibitors should have ownership/possession of the animal at least 30days prior to the show.CLASS 1 - SHOWMANSHIPLot 1 Pee Wee ( 7yrs or younger as of 01/01/12)Lot 2 Junior ( 8-11 yrs as of 01/01/12)Lot 3 Intermediate (12-15 yrs as of 01/01/12)Lot 4 Senior (16-19 yrs as of 01/01/12)CLASS 2 - YOUTH BREEDING CLASSLot 5 Doe Kids (milk teeth only)Lot 6 Yearling Does (2 teeth only)Lot 7 Aged Does (4 teeth or more)Lot 8 Youth Champion Breeding Doe (1st place from Lots 1,2,3)Lot 9 Reserve Champion Breeding Doe (1st place from Lots 5,6,7,and2nd place goat from Lot 8)CLASS 3 - CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGEB & BCATTLEFARMB & BCattle FarmRegistered Red AngusB & B Cattle Farm would like to offer theirbest wishes to all the competitors at the 2011 Fair!Tom Bell & Family225 Tom Bell Rd.Dyersburg, TN 38024731-285-4784B&B CATTLE FARM WOULD LIKE TO OFFER THEIR BESTWISHES TO ALL THE COMPETITORS AT THE 2012 FAIR!CLASS 3 - MARKET CLASSLot 10 Light WeightLot 11 Medium WeightLot 12 Heavy WeightLot 13 Champion market Goat (1st place from Lots 10,11,12)Lot 14 Reserve Champion Market Goat (1st place from Lots 10,11,12,and 2nd place from Lot 13)AWARDS: 1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH- $5.00 GRAND CHAMPIONS IN EACH CATEGORY- $50.00 RESERVE CHAMPION IN EACH CATEGORY- $25.00Junior RegisteredSwine ShowSuperintendent- Melissa LoweryWednesday, September 5, 6:00 p.m.1. All entries must be registered. Registration fee is $5.00.2. The show is open to school aged youth (4-12 grades) at fair time. Eachexhibitor is required to purchase a herdsman pass ticket for $5.00. NoviceShowmen will be allowed to participate.3. Animals must be officially registered with the respective breedassociation in the name of the junior exhibitor.4. Pens allocated accordingly to number of entries and space available.5. Registration papers will be checked before show.6. Exhibitor must have owned the animal for a period of 60 days prior to theshow.7. Animals must be shown by owner, except in classes where owner hasmore than one animal, then other animal must be shown by a jionrexhibitor.8. No bedding is allowed.9. Feed must be in containers.10. Exhibitor may enter 2 animals per lot.11. All entries must confiorm to official health regulations.12. Showmanship guidelines will be announced prior to show time.CLASS 1- SPOTSCLASS 2- DUROCCLASS 3- HAMPSHIRECLASS 4- YORKSHIRECLASS 5- CHESTER WHITECLASS 6- OTHERSLot 1 January boar,farrowed during January this yearLot 2 February boar,farrowed during February this yearLot 3 March boar,farrowed during March this yearLot 4 April boar,farrowed during April this yearLot 5 GRAND CHAMPION BOAR (First place winners in lots 1-4)Lot 6 RESERVE CHAMPION BOARLot 7 January gilt,farrowed during January this yearLot 8 February gilt,farrowed during February this yearLot 9 March gilt,farrowed during March this yearLot 10 April gilt,farrowed during April this yearLot 11 GRAND CHAMPION GILT (First place winners in lots 7-10)Lot 12 RESERVE CHAMPION GILTAWARDS: 1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH- $5.00 GRAND CHAMPIONS IN EACH CATEGORY- $50.00 RESERVE CHAMPION IN EACH CATEGORY- $25.00Market Hog ShowWednesday, September 5 • Weigh In at 2:00-4:00p.m.,Show Follows Registered Swine Show1. All entries must be registered.2. Each exhibitor is required to purchase a herdman pass for $5.00. Onlyone ticket is required regardless of whether the exhibitor shows in bothshows.3. Pens allocated accordingly to number of entries and space available.4. Animals must be registered/weighed and will be checked before show.5. Exhibitor may enter two animals per lot.6. All entries must conform to official health regulations.7. Showtime is Wednesday, following the registered swine show.Market hogs may NOT be shown in the breeding show.Breeding stock may NOT be shown in the market hog show.Market hogs will be sorted into NO MORE THAN 4 classes, which willpay premiums listed above as well as Grand & Reserve premuimslsited.Lot 1 Light WeightLot 2 Middle Weight ALot 3 Middle Weight BLot 4 Heavy WeightAWARDS:1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH- $5.00 GRAND CHAMPIONS IN EACH BREED- $50.00 RESERVE CHAMPION IN EACH BREED- $25.00Junior Market AnimalShow & SalePresident-William May & Vice President- Matt FennelSHOW: Monday, Sept. 3, 5:00 p.m. (Market Steer)SHOW: Thursday, Sept. 6, 9:00 a.m. (Market Hog)SHOW: Thursday, Sept. 6, 11:00 a.m. (Market Goat)SHOW: Thursday, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m. (Market Lamb)SALE: Thursday, Sept. 6, 7:00 p.m. (Market Hog, Lamb, Goat & Steer)AWARDS: 1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH BELOW $5.00McClure AssociatesSurveying - Planning - Consulting - GPS ServiceLicensed in:Tennessee - Kentucky - Arkansas - Mississippi317 MARKET ST. - DYERSBURG, TN 38024{PH} 731-285-5316 {FAX} 731-286-5316Max McClure, P.L.S. - Founder {Est. 1956}Marty McClure, P.L.S.Mickey McClure, P.L.S.
  • 28. www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    55LIVESTOCK54   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.comBeef Registration Formfor Junior and Open Shows Show Time: 6:00 PMName of Exhibitor: ____________________________________________Mailing Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________Breed: _____________________________________________________________________Lot # Animal Name Registration # Date of Birth Junior and/or OpenWEST TENNESSEE FENCINGWE CAN CUSTOMDESIGN FENCING FOR:• RESIDENTIAL• FARM• COMMERCIAL• GATES• REMOTE CONTROL ACCESSGATES• OUT OF THE FOLLOWINGMATERIALS• WOOD• VINYL• ORNAMENTAL• CHAIN LINK• HANDRAILS• KENNELS• BALLFIELDS• SPLIT RAIL• BARBED WIRE• WOVENPAUL PHILLIPS731-287-0563 OR 731-445-9250tnfence@bellsouth.net731-285-14031775 Pioneer Rd # BDyersburg, TN 38024Bruce HayesCommunicationsYou Will Never Have To Ask ...Can You Hear Me Now!Have An Awesome TimeAt The2011 Dyer County Fair!HAVE AN AWESOME TIME AT THE2012 DYER COUNTY FAIR!Cutting EdgeHair & Nail Salon532 Hwy 51 Bypass W.Green Village Shopping CenterDyersburg, TN 38024-2067{731} 285-8999Monday, September 3 Tuesday September 4Red Angus, Black Angus Hereford, Charolais, Other BreedsPlease mail entries/Fees to:Dyer County Fair - Beef Entriesc/o Sandy Baker4166 Old Hwy 20Friendship, TN 38034Entries Due August 15th  Tie Fee $5.00 per headHerdsman Passes $5.00 each, oryou must pay gate admission
  • 29. 56   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    57LIVESTOCKLIVESTOCKThe Dyer County Junior Livestock Association is an organizationdesigned to promote youth in the agricultural related project oflivestock production. An Audit Advisory Board made up of AdultAdvisors, Agricultural Education Teachers and Dyer County Exten-sion Personnel governs it. These advisors will establish and enforceall the rules and regulations for the organization and provide overallprogram direction. The board has established the following rules:1. Eligibility-Competition is open to youth that are in grades 4-12.Exhibitors must be a 4-H or FFA member in Dyer County at thetime of initial weigh-in and show.2. Membership-Each exhibitor will be assessed a $25.00 member-ship. This fee will be taken out of the check from the sale of theproject animal.3. Ownership- All market animals must be project animals that havebeen owned and fed by the association member from the time ofweigh-in through the show/sale.4. Weigh-In Dates- All weigh-in dates are set and subject to changeby the board. Extension Service EXPO dates and fair datesdetermine dates. a. Steer Weigh-in will be at Dyer County High School Barn prior to State EXPO required date. b. Hogs, Lambs and Goats will be at the Dyer County Fair grounds Livestock Building 90+ days prior to show & sale date. c. Final weigh-ins will be during the Dyer County Fair at the fairgrounds i. Steers- Monday ii. Hogs, Lambs and Goats- Thursday5. Weigh-In Limits- See Weigh-in chart.6. Entries- An exhibitor can weigh in 3 hogs, 3 lambs, 3 goats and 3steers. An exhibitor can show any three of a kind or combinationof four animals, but may only sell 1 (one) through the sale. (SeeRule 9- Selling for specifics.)7. Penning- All animals must stay in the Livestock Barn/designatedarea on the show/sale day (Thursday of the Fair). Exception-Steers will be brought back to the fairgrounds on Thursday forthe Sale only.8. Showing- Extension Service personnel will determine classes.Due to the safety of all exhibitors, spectators and officials, anyanimal deemed unruly and unsafe may be excused from the showring by an official. All exhibitors must exhibit and sell their ownanimal. If a conflict arises, the exhibitor must contact theadult advisory board with a written formal request/explana-tion 2 weeks prior to the show/sale. Showmanship divisionswill be divided into 3 divisions: a. Junior- Grades 4-6 by September 1 b. Junior High- Grades 7-9 by September 1 c. Senior High- Grades 10-12 by September 1, and students who graduated at the end of the previous school year9. Selling- An exhibitor is only allowed to sell one (1) animalthrough the auction/sale. (Continued on back.) a. If the exhibitor shows more than one animal, the highest plac ing animal will be the sale animal. If the animals place the same, the heaviest animal will be the sale animal. b. If the exhibitor shows more than one species, the exhibitor will be asked to designate the species to sell/followed by the placing order. c. The exhibitor must declare whether go to slaughter or go home. This must be done at the final weigh-in. d. The DCJLA member must declare all designated money for their animal prior to the sale date, if the buyer will not be present at the sale. Date to the determined and announced 2 weeks before the sale. i. A form will be provided for the information that must include 1. Amount designated by the buyer. 2. Buyer signature 3. Parent/guardian signature e. Any money given from a buyer after the sale will be placed in the DCJLA ‘pool’ to be awarded to the exhibitors as pre mium money at the discretion of the Advisory Board. f. A 3% shrinkage will be placed on all market hogs prior to sell ing. Any market hog weighing more than 285 pounds will sell at the maximum weight of 285 pounds.10. Disqualification- Any exhibitor failing to abide by any of theabove mentioned rules/regulations will be disqualified fromthe show/sale and may not be allowed to participate in futureshows.11. Rule Acceptance- Each participant must sign that they have readand accepted the rules/guidelines of the DCJLA.12. Animal Health Regulations- All animals exhibited in the MarketAnimal Show and Sale must have a current (CVI) CertifiedVeterinary Inspection completed within the last 90 days prior tothe show/sale date.13. NEW QUALITY ASSURANCE TRAINING REQUIRED: Allexhibitors and parent/guardian MUST attend (QA) Quality As-surance training conducted by the Extension Service Personnelprior to the weigh-in dates for each species. a. Steers: Beef Quality Assurance: Date to be determined at Steer Weigh-in February 25, 2012 b. Hogs/Lambs/Goats: April 16, 2012- 6:00pm Dyersburg High School West Wing, or April 30, 2012- 6:00pm Dyers burg High School West WingRULES & REGULATIONS FOR THE DYER COUNTYJUNIOR LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATIONSpecies Initial Weigh-InMinimumInitial Weigh-InMaximumWeight on Show DateMinimum to show for GrandHogs 60 lbs. 105 lbs. 200 lbs.Lambs 35 lbs. 85 lbs. noneSteers 600 lbs. 1000 lbs. 1000 lbs.Goats 25 lbs. 60 lbs. none*Not necessary for buyer contracts for these speciesPARTICULAR RULES FOR THE MARKETLAMB SHOW1. All animals will be shown slick horn.2. Lambs must have lamb teeth.3. All lambs will be eligible for the show and sale, but lambsmust weigh at least 80 pounds to be eligible for GrandChampion and Reserve Champion prize.4. All lambs are project animals that have been tagged,owned, and fed by the exhibitor not less than 90 days.JUNIOR MARKET LAMBSuperintendents- Amy Perkins & Carl SchultzFriday, September 7, 6:00 p.m. • Open to WestTN and West KY Juniors1. Market Lambs must be on the grounds by 4:00 pm and weighedbetween 3:00 and 4:30 pm. SCALES WILL CLOSE AT 4:30 pm.2. Lambs must be accompanied by an official certificate ofveterinary inspection.3. All lambs must have lamb teeth and must be wether of ewelambs.4. There will be no minimum or maximum weight to be eligible forthe show.5. Lambs will be weighed and divided into classes by weight andbreed.6. There will be a market lamb/commercial ewe showmanship.Only exhibitors entered in the market lamb/commercial ewe areeligible to participate in showmanship.7. Sheep may stay in the barn overnight.AWARDS: 1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH- $5.00 GRAND CHAMPIONS IN EACH CATEGORY- $50.00 RESERVE CHAMPION IN EACH CATEGORY- $25.00COMMERCIAL EWE SHOW(Following Market Lamb Show)1. Open to non-registered ewes of any breed or combination ofbreeds.2. Ewes shown in the commercial ewe show are not eligible to showin either the registered ewe show or the market lamb show.3. Exhibitor may show a maximum of 2 yearling ewes and 2 ewelambs.CLASS 1- YEARLING EWESCLASS 2- EWE LAMBSCLASS 3- GRAND CHAMPION EWE RESERVE CHAMPION EWEWOOL AND WOOLIESSaturday, September 9, 4:00 p.m.Superintendent - Pollyanna McClureAll contestants should report to the arena at 3:15 p.m.for rehearsal.An entry form must be completed on each contestant. Entry formscan be picked up in advance from the fair office. Although thesecan be filled out the afternoon of the show, it is recommended thatthey be picked up earlier so that more thought can be put into thedescription of the garment. All garments must be a wool or woolblend. Garment does not have to be made by the contestant. Eachcontestant shall lead a ewe or market lamb. Contestant does nothave to own the lamb. Lambs will be available at the fair.The following standards will be used when judgingthe classes:(a) Entrant’s garment (Suitable and practical forcontestant’s maturity) - 40%(b) Poise and appearance (Entrant appears to be at easeand models garment to best advantage) - 30%(c) Control and presentation of sheep - 30%Lot 1 Pre-School Contestants (under 6 years of age on Jan 1,2012)Lot 2 Primary Contestants (under 10 years of age on Jan.1.2012)Lot 3 Junior Contestants (10 years of age and under 15 years of ageon Jan.1,2012)Lot 4 Senior Contestants (15 years of age and under 21 years of ageon Jan.1,2012)Lot 5 Adult Contestants (21 years of Age and older on Jan.1,2012)AWARDS: 1ST- $15.00; 2ND- $10.00; 3RD- $8.00; 4TH- $5.00; 5TH- $3.00Joe M. Enoch & Associates, PLLCCertified Public AccountantsYou work hard for your money ...We work hard so you get to keep it!110 W. Court - PO Box 547 - Dyersburg, TNPhone: 731-286-6080134 W. Third Street - Caruthersville, MOPhone: 573-333-0725Email: joe@enochcpa.comwww.enochcpa.com
  • 30. 58   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    59LIVESTOCKLIVESTOCKJUNIOR BREEDING SHEEP SHOWSuperintendent - Pollyanna McClure & Dan SmithSaturday, Sept. 9 - 5:00 PM1. All sheep should be on the grounds by 2:00 p.m. Registrationpapers and health papers will be checked at this time.2. Only junior exhibitors will be allowed to enter and show. Therewill be a breeding animal showmanship. Only exhibitors who areentered in the breeding show are eligible to participate.3. The show is open to registered ewes and rams.4. Ewes shown in Market Classes at the Dyer County Fair are noteligible for Breeding Classes.5. Animals in Lamb Classes must have lamb teeth.6. There will be a division for any breed in which a Dyer CountyJunior is eligible to participate. Other breed divisions will bemade for any breeds with at least 3 exhibitors and 10 head ofsheep. Any breeds which do not have 3 exhibitors and 10 headwill show in either AOB Meat or AOB Wool.Class 1: Pee Wee Showmanship (Ages: Third Grade & Under)Class 2: Junior ShowmanshipClass 3: Junior High ShowmanshipClass 4: Senior ShowmanshipClass 5: Senior Ram Lamb (Born Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, last year)Class 6: Early Junior Ram Lamb (Born Jan. 1 to Feb. 15, this year)Class 7: Late Junior Ram Lamb (Born Feb. 16 to Apr. 30, this year)Class 8: Pair of Ram Lambs (Classes 5, 6 & 7)Class 9: Champion Ram, Reserve Champion RamClass 10: Sr. Yearline Ewes (Born Sept. 1, two years ago to Feb. 15 last year)Class 11: Jr. Yearling Class (Born Feb. 16 last year to Aug. 31 last year)Class 12: Pair of Yearling EwesClass 13: Senior Ewe Lambs (Born Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 last year)Class 14: Early Junior Ewe Lambs (Born Jan. 1 to Jan. 31 this year)Class 15: Intermediate Junior Ewe Lambs (Born Feb. 1 to Feb. 28 this year)Class 16: Late Junior Ewe Lambs (Born Mar. 1 to Apr. 30 this year)Class 17: Pair of Ewe LambsClass 18: Champion Ewe, Reserve Champion EweClass 19: Pen of Four (1 ram - 3 ewes)Class 20: Tennessee Bred by exhibitor One entry per exhibitor per breed. For ewes only. Champion - Plaque.Class 21: Herdsman Award - $15, $12 (1st & 2nd place only)Class 22: Supreme Champion EweClass 23: Supreme Champion Ram*An exception to the above classifications of sheep may be madewhen an exhibitor wishes to enter a younger animal in the next olderage classification. In no case will an older animal be entered in ayounger age classification than its birthday would permit. Please callPollyanna McClure, 731-589-0162 for registration form. Please reg-ister by August 31, 2012.AWARDS: 1ST- $20.00; 2ND- $15.00; 3RD- $12.00; 4TH- $10.00; 5TH- $5.00GRAND CHAMPION EWE & RAM IN EACH CATEGORY- ROSETTESRESERVE CHAMPION EWE & RAM IN EACH CATEGORY- ROSETTESSUPREME CHAMPION RAM AND EWE- $25.00JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOWEligibility for competition is open to any youth exhibitors. Thosewho have attended college one semester are not eligible. Two en-tries per lot will be allowed each exhibitor.Animals must be owned by the exhibitor at least 30 days prior toSeptember 10 and the animals registered in the exhibitor’s name.In cases where there is only one exhibitor and no competition lot,the judges shall award only one premium, which may be either 1st,2nd, or 3rd in accordance with the merits of the animal exhibited.Dyer Co. Junior Market Steer ShowMonday, Sept. 3, 5:00 p.m. - CLOSED SHOWBeef Cattle ShowBlack Angus - Red AngusMonday, Sept. 3, 6:00 p.m.Commercial Heifer ShowHereford, Charolais & Other BreedsTuesday, Sept. 4, 6:00 p.m.Goat ShowWednesday, Sept 5, 3:00 p.m.Swine ShowWednesday, September 5, 6:00pmJunior Market Animal Show9 a.m. Market Hogs; 11 a.m. Market Goats;1 p.m. Market LambsThursday, Sept. 6 - CLOSED SHOWJunior Market Animal Sale7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 6Junior Market Lamb ShowFriday, Sept. 7, 6:00 p.m.Wool & WooliesSaturday, Sept. 8, 4:00 p.m.Breeding Sheep ShowSaturday, Sept. 8, 5:00 P.M.CLASS 21 - 4H - FFA JUDGINGCONTESTExtension Office, 286-7821Report to: Livestock arena. Contest to be held to selectjudging team member for 4-H and FFA and for judgingteam practice.LIVESTOCK JUDGING SCHEDULE4:00 P.M.....BEEF CATTLE................ TUES., SEPT 44:00 P.M.....SWINE (AFTER SHOW).THURS., SEPT 6 SHEEP............................ THURS., SEPT 6Judging on individual basis, members divided in the Junior (Grades6-8) and Senior (Grades 9-12) group with each lot receivingduplicate awards. Classes will be made up from what is available.Lot 1 Junior Livestock Judging - (2 classes beef cattle & 2 classes swine)Lot 2 Senior Livestock Judging - (2 classes beef cattle & 2 classes swine)Lot 3 Sheep Judging - Market Lamb ClassesAWARDS:1ST-$5.00; 2ND-$4.00; 3RD-$3.00; 4TH-$2.00; 5TH-$1.00.4-H BARNYARDPlease be sure to stop by and visit the Barnyard during your visit to the DyerCounty Fair.BARNYARD HOURS:Monday 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.Friday 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.4-H POULTRY SHOWDyer Country Extension Office, 286-78211. Limited to 4-H Members entered in Poultry Chain.2. Exhibit consists of two (2) pullets of each color, grown in 4-HPoultry Chain.3. Judging based on quality and maturity of pullets.Awards: Grand Champion pen of two,-$15.00; Reserve Champion pen of two-$10.00; Blue Ribbon- $5.00; Red Ribbon-$3.00; White Ribbon- no money awarded.OPEN POULTRY SHOW1. Space must be reserved - Dyer County Extension office,286-7821.2. Exhibit consists of male and female in the following categories:Lot 1 Best pair full-sized chickensLot 2 Best pair bantamsLot 3 Best pair silkiesLot 4 Best pair mallardsLot 5 Best pair peacocksLot 6 Best pair leghornsLot 7 Best pair cochinsLot 8 Best pair other ducksLot 9 Best pair geeseLot 10 Best pair guineasLot 11 Best pair other poultry not listedAwards:Blue $3.00; Red,$2.00; White,no money award.Lots 1-11.Best Overall Exhibit:Blue Ribbon,$20.00; Red Ribbon,$15.00.ADULT & YOUTH OPEN RABBITEXHIBITDyer County Agricultural Extension Office 286-78211. Entries will be limited to the amount of pens available on firstcall basis, to budged against one another. Each rabbit will becompared to the average of that specific breed and given a score.After each rabbit has been given a score, a reserve and grandchampion will be awarded for each division.2. Space (pens) must be reserved - contact Dyer Country ExtensionOffice, 286-7821.3. Exhibits consist of one or two Rabbits. There will be a BuckDivision (male) and a Doe Division (female). An exhibitor canshow one rabbit in each division.4. All breeds will be judged against one another. Each rabbit will becompared to the average of that specific breed and given a score.After each rabbit has been given a score, a reserve and grandchampion will be awarded for each division.5. Judging will be based on the quality and maturity of the buck anddoe.AWARDS:Blue $3.00; Red,$2.00; White,no money award. Grand Champion Exhibit - $20.00 Reserve Champion Exhibit- $15.001950 US Highway 51 Byp N # ADyersburg, TN 38024(731) 285-9657Dr. Kenneth L. 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  • 31. 60   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair    61LIVESTOCKLIVESTOCK1. Health certificates issued in satisfaction of these Dyer Co. FairRegulations shall be good for 90 days for Tennessee livestockonly.2. Please note the change in the procedures for handling poultry atshows and exhibitions. On-site testing of poultry at shows andexhibitions will no longer be allowed.3. Please note that exhibition requirements for out-of state live-stock are the same as regular import requirements. TennesseeDepartment of Agriculture Rule 0080-2-3 Poultry requires “Allpoultry assembled at shows or exhibitions shall be accompaniedby evidence of a negative test within 90 days for Pullorum-Typhoid or shall originate directly from a flock which has beencertified as Pullorum-Typhoid clean under the Tennessee PoultryImprovement Plan.” Effective July 1, 2005, the Department ofAgriculture will no longer allow showsite testing for satisfactionof this requirement. Current biosecurity and disease concernswarrant that we now interpret the rule as it was written. With anational “Biosecurity for the Birds campaign aimed at reducingpoultry disease transmission and the heightened concern gener-ated by recent outbreaks of Avian Influenza (bird Flu) and ExoticNewcastle Disease (END), it is appropriate we take these stepsto further protect the health of our birds. No untested poultry willbe accepted for exhibition or allowed to remain on the premises.According to current regulations, it is the responsibility of themanager of each event to assure prompt removal of animals notin compliance with regulations.”4. Warts and ringworm are considered contagious and infectiousdiseases and are permissible exclusions only if considered inac-tive by the issuing veterinarian and noted as such on the Certifiedof Veterinary Inspection.5. Scabies, contagious ecthyma (sore mouth), foot trot, cutaneousfungal and bacterial infections (ie. Club lamb disease, caseouslymphadenitis) are considered contagious and infectious diseases,and are permissible exclusions only if considered inactive bythe issuing veterinarian and noted as such on the Certificate ofVeterinary Inspection.6. Fair officials are responsible for reporting any violations of theseregulations to the state veterinarian or his agent.Regulatory Services – Animal HealthSUMMARY: Livestock Health Requirements for Fairs &ExhibitionsI. General:A. All stalls, pens, chute, etc. located on the grounds of fairs andexhibitions shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected witha disinfectant approved by USDA, APHIS before acceptinglivestock.B. All livestock (except poultry), which enter fairs and exhibitions,shall be accompanied by an official veterinary health certificatewith individual permanent identification of sufficient descrip-tion to identify each animal. Certificates for this purpose shall bevalid for ninety (90) days from the date of issue.C. No animal showing clinical signs of infectious or communicabledisease shall be allowed to enter or remain on premises of fairsand exhibitions. It shall be the responsibility of the manager ofeach event to assure prompt removal of such animals.II. Livestock and Poultry originating within the state of Ten-nessee, (Certificate of Veterinary Inspection Valid for a Period ofNinety (90) days.A. POULTRY:1) Sponsors of poultry shows or exhibitions shall notify the Tennes-see Department of Agriculture at least thirty (30) days prior toshow or exhibition.2) All poultry assembled at shows or exhibitions shall be accompa-nied by evidence of a negative test for Pullorum-Typhoid withinninety (90) days or originate directly from a flock which has beencertified as Pullorum-Typhoid Clean under the Tennessee PoultryImprovement Plan.Poultry found not to be in apparent good health shall be re-moved immediately from any show or exhibition.B. Certificate(s) of Veterinary Inspection are to accompany allanimal(s) to the respective shows with the exception of in-stateTennessee equine and poultry.III. Livestock and Poultry Originating Outside the State of Ten-nessee Livestock and Poultry entering fairs and exhibitions fromareas outside the State of Tennessee shall be subject to currentTennessee Import requirements. Please contact the state veteri-narian’s office regarding questions or recent changes to theserules. These interstate requirements are summarized as follows:A. ALL SPECIES (EXCEPT POULTRY)Official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection valid for thirty (30)days.B. CATTLECERTIFICATE OF VETERINARY INSPECTION & ADDI-TIONAL REQUIREMENTS AS FOLLOWS:1) Tuberculosis: No requirements. Owners of Michigan, Texas,New Mexico and California origin cattle should contact the stateveterinarian’s office for further information2) Brucellosis: Test eligible cattle – Intact male or female cattleeighteen (18) months or older. (Vaccinates or Non-vaccinates)Certified Herds – No test requirements.Class Free States – No test requirements.Class A – Negative test within 30 days.C. SWINE1) Breeding Swine:(a) 30 day negative test for Pseudorabies Herd, and(b) Originate from Qualified Negative Pseudorabies herd, and(c) If four (4) months of age or older, negative test for brucel-losis within thirty (30) days or originate directly from a ValidatedBrucellosis-Free Herd.2) Feeding Swine:(a) 30 day negative test for pseudorabies, or(b) Originate form Qualified Negative Pseudorabies Herd, or(c) Originate from Pseudorabies Monitored herd, or(d) Originate from a herd in Stage III, IV, or V state in the Na-tional Pseudorabies Eradication Program.D. HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES: Animals six (6) months ofage or older – negative equine infections anemia (Swamp Fever)test within twelve (12) months.E. POULTRY: Originate directly from a Pullorum – Typhosis Cleanflock, or be accompanied by evidence of negative Pullorum –Typhoid test within ninety (90) days.F. SHEEP: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and compliance withthe scrape identification program requirements.G. GOATS: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and compliancewith the scrape identification program requirements. Brucellosistesting is no longer required.H. CAMELIDAE: Intact male or female eighteen (18) months orolder – negative brucellosis within thirty (30) days.I. CERVIDAE: Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and additionalrequirements as follows: 1) Brucellosis: Intact male or female eighteen (18) months orolder – negative brucellosis within thirty (30) days. 2) Tuberculosis: (a) All cervidae shall originate in herds whichhave had a negative herd test for tuberculosis within twelve (12)months with a USDA approved single cervical test and individualimported animals shall be negative to the single cervical testwithin thirty (30) days of entry; or (b) Animals not originatingin tested herds as described above must test negative to tow (2)single cervical tests at least ninety (90) days apart, the second testconducted not more than thirty (30) days prior to entry.Note: (Contact an accredited veterinarian for further details ofimport rules.)IV. Fair association or exhibition management shall inform ex-hibitors of the rules of this chapter, and shall notify the StateVeterinarian or his agent of any violations.Exhibitors shall present evidence of compliance with this chapterto the State Veterinarian or his agent upon request.These rules constitute a minimum legal standard and in no wayrestrict the right of fair and exhibition managers to establish ad-ditional or more stringent requirements. Attention: it is importantfor anyone showing sheep or goats in the Tennessee State Fair tounderstand and comply with the USDA/APHIS Scrapie Programrequirements.• All intact males (bucks, rams) and females (ewes, does) thatshow must have approved ear tags (or acceptable alternative).This must be done in accordance with the guidelines provided byUSDAAnimal Health and Plant Inspection Service (APHIS).• Wethers are exempt. Wethers may be shown at Expo withoutScrapie Program ear tags.Please read and comply with the guidelines ofthe program. The web site (www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/scrapie) is an excellent source of cur-rent information. Questions should be directedto either the state veterinarian’s office (615-837-5120) or the Federal office (615-781-5310).The address for correspondence is: USDA:APHIS Attn: Premise ID PO Box 110950, Nash-ville, TN 37222Charles Hatcher, DVM - State VeterinarianJulius Thomas Johnson - Commissioner of AgricultureTennessee Department of Agriculture - Imported Fire AntsMovement PermitTennessee State Fair exhibitors from the state of Tennessee will berequired to get a Movement Permit (to prevent the movementof Imported Fire Ants) from their local county extension officeor the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Plant CertificationOffice at 615-837-5130 if they are located in a fire ant regulatedarea and are shipping hay or straw to non-regulated areas. Theenclosed web site gives a verbal description of the boundariesof the Imported Fire Ant Quarantine in Tennessee. A map of theImported Fire Ant Quarantined area for the United States is avail-able at http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ppq/maps/fireant.pdf.If the exhibitor is from outside Tennessee, but in the regulated area,it is preferred that they provide a permit from their state of origin.The permit serves as verification that the hay or straw meetscompliance from being in contact with the ground and is found tobe apparently free of fire ants. Baled hay or straw that has beenstored in direct contact with the ground for more than 7 dayscan not be moved from anywhere in the federal imported fireant regulated area to non-regulated areas. In Tennessee, regu-lated include all or portions of the following counties: Bedford,Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Carroll, Chester, Coffee, Decatur,Fayette, Franklin, Giles, Grundy, Hamilton, Hardeman, Hardin,Haywood, Henderson, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln,Loudon, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Maury, McMinn, McNairy,Meigs, Monroe, Moore, Perry, Polk, Rhea, Roane, Sequatchie,Shelby, and Wayne http://www/state.tn.us/agriculture/regulate/plants/tnifaq04.pdfGray Haun, Tennessee Department of AgriculturePlant Certification & Apiary Program AdministratorTemporary Food Service Rules & RegulationsGeneral A temporary food service establishment shall comply withthe requirements of this code, except as otherwise provided inthis section. The Division may impose additional requirements toprotect against health hazards related to the conduct of the tem-porary food service establishment, may prohibit the sale of someor all potentially hazardous foods, and when no health hazardwill result, may waive or modify requirements of this Ordinance,except those requirements of paragraph (2) through (10) of thisrule.Restricted operationsThis section is applicable whenever a temporary food service estab-lishment is permitted, under the provisions of paragraph (1) ofthis Rule, to operate without complying with all the requirementsof this code.Only these potentially hazardous foods requiring limited prepara-tion such as hamburgers and frankfurters, which require season-ing and cooking, shall be prepared or served. The preparation orservice of other potentially hazardous foods, including pastriesfilled with cream or synthetic cream, custards, and similar prod-ucts, and salads or sandwiches containing meat, poultry, eggs, orfish is prohibited. This prohibition does to apply, however, to anypotentially hazardous good that has been prepared and packagedunder conditions meeting the requirements of this Code, is ob-tained in individual servings, is stored at a temperature of 45 de-grees F. or below or at a temperature of 140 degrees F. or abovein facilities that meet the requirements of this Code, and is serveddirectly in the unopened container in which it was packaged.IceIce that is consumed or that contacts food shall have been madeunder conditions meeting the requirements of this Code. The iceshall be obtained only in chipped, crushed, or cubed forms and insingle-use good-grade plastic or wetstrength paper bags filled andsealed at the point of manufacture. The ice shall be held in thesebags until used, and when used it shall be dispensed in a way thatprotects it from contamination.EquipmentEquipment shall be located and installed in a way that facilitatescleaning the establishment and that prevents food contamina-tion. Food-contact surfaces of equipment shall be protected fromcontamination by consumers and other contaminating agents.Where helpful to prevent contamination, effective shields forsuch equipment shall be provided.Owner: Jane B. Bradshaw642 US Hwy 51 Bypass W. Suite B - Dyersburg, TN 38024731-285-4546Casual wear - DressesHandbags - Brighton JewelryIT Jeans - Volatile ShoesWaxing Poetic jewelryand much more...TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREThe Dyer Co. Fair will enforce all Health Rules and Regulations
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  • 33. 64   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   65PAST PRESIDENTS1946........................ Hardy Walker1948 - 1952............. Charles Moore1953 - 1954............. Horace Dungan1955........................ Bertrand Stevens1956........................ A.D. Walker, Jr.1957 - 1959............. Vernon Henson1960 - 1961............. Joe W. Plummer1962 - 1963............. Billy Walker1964 - 1966............. P.H. White, Jr.1967 - 1968............. Billy Stafford1969 - 1970............. Bill Sigman1971........................ Sam Bradshaw, Jr..1972........................ Ralph Henson1973........................ Jere Bradshaw1974 - 1975............. Lewis Norman1976 - 1977............. John Hoff1978........................ Bill Acred1979........................ Paul Fields1980........................ Bob Kirk1981........................ Floyd Sullivan1982........................ Eddie Anderson1983........................ Larry Gibson1984........................ Tommy Reed1985........................ Dean Moore1986 - 1987............. Murry Moore1988........................ Jerry P. Hollingsworth1989 - 1990............. Paul Finley1991........................ Dr. Bill Pierce1992 - 1993............. Johnny Dodson1994 - 1995............. Mindy Finley1996 - 1997............. Larry Mac Boals1998........................ Jimmy Hester1999........................ Pollyanna McClure2000........................ Tony Dement2001........................ Joey Pritchett2002........................ Rick McCoy2003........................ Gina Jackson2004........................ Lee Hastings2005........................ Walt Bradshaw2006........................ Randy Prince2007........................ Bryan Finley2008........................ David Gregson2009........................ Patti Greene2010........................ Tim Gibson2011........................ Debbie Bradshaw HartPO BOX 460NEWBERN,TENNESSEE731 -627-9228cityofnewbern.orgJOIN US AT THE 2012DYER COUNTY FAIR!DYERSBURG FUNERAL HOME420 Hwy 51 ByPass WDyersburg, TN731-285-3021 731-285-2424www.dyersburgfuneralhome.net  Ladies Apparel, Gifts, Baby,Bridal & HomeMagnolia Marketplace426 Troy Ave.Dyersburg, TN 38024Dyer Ms ob su trg’ Us nique              TheNewsEachWeekAs  InSHADE TREEANTIQUETRACTORCLUBWILL HAVE THEIRAMAZING COLLECTIONOF ANTIQUETRACTORS ON DISPLAYAT THE FAIR ALL WEEKLONG!THE UPS STOREYour one-stop office shop710 HWY 51 BYPASSDYERSBURG, TN 38024GREEN VILLAGE SHOPPINGCENTER IN THEFIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKPhone: (731)285-7474Email: store5973@theupsstore.comwww.theupsstorelocal.com/5973• SHIPPING SERVICES• PACKAGING SERVICES• MAILBOX SERVICES• POSTAL SERVICES• BLACK & WHITE COPIES• COLOR COPIES• FAX SERVICES• OFFICE SUPPLIESIf it can be shipped, mailed or copied ...We can get the job dome!If it can be shipped, mailed, or copied...we can get the job done!
  • 34. 66   2012 Dyer County Fair  -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  -  www.dyercofair.com www.dyercofair.com -  “Picture Yourself at the Dyer County Fair”  - 2012 Dyer County Fair   672012 DYER COUNTY FAIR OFFICERSPresidentJeremiah HollingsworthVice PresidentJoseph TownsonSecretaryEric MaupinTreasurerScott SelfAgricultureJonathan AndersonScott FosterSam BradshawRob OwenLeslie ToddDoug SingletearyKyle BrockMelissa LoweryJennie Pate HollingsworthTravis RobersonYouthHelen DealLisa EscueAmy GregsonAmy PerkinsDebbie PritchettVirginia PorterAnn ReedLadonna SprySheila WelchRhonda WrightLaura Beth PritchettLisa JagelloMelissa BakerEntertainmentLisa BakerJane BradshawAngela BrunsonJennifer CozortMarla MartinSheena NorthNatalie DeberryIndustrialJohn HoldenRobert GreerRodney WalkerChris HammCole SheltonBlake MayRobert SmithLivestockSandy BakerNate BrockJohn DodsonTerry ElkinsGeorge HollingsworthHunter JacksonBrad BrownHeath PritchettKent GreeneCarl SchultzJimmy CrispBusinessJenny BowmanBen EdwardsPam GlassDana HaltermanJeff JonesRhett McintoshGary RayJeff TuckerJoe YatesDavid FisherMegan MaddenAdult CoordinatorsAmy ArmstrongWinona BrewerBeth BellAnita FowlkesAleece JacksonDana KlinkhammerShirley PilkentonCecil OwensLisa ReynoldsRoberta RobertsonMarybeth ShepardAdvertisingNatalie PattersonJenni HassellExecutive BoardEddie AndersonJohnny DodsonPaul FinleyLarry GibsonJerry P.HollingsworthGina JacksonTommy ReedJeremiah HollingsworthYOUTH FAIR BOARD MEMBERSRegan WatsonHannah WrightCody EscueBrock ElkinsClay PerkinsHollie AdcockMaryanna McclureWhitney ReynoldsLillie MurrayMary Evelyn PeckenpaughClair NewbillWill FowlkesKayla WrightBrandon DouglasAshten MaldonadoAnna WelchWill BradshawTiffany McCrawClint PerkinsLaura Beth CherryCiara DycusKristen WilliamsReed HesterAllison PateZac BowersMadelyn HoweSeth KingStephen EscueChristian HaltermanAshlianna OwenGraham JenningsAnn Elizabeth FinleyLane StewartJake BradshawTripp JohnsonSuzanne SchultzWyatt FarrowBraxton FarrowCourtney MaupinLindsay MaupinHailey MullinsHarley AllenKeny KirbyCade CoffmanRyan FisherJansen RhodesAndrew CollierTaylor MaldonadoSavannah McCrawSydney CoffmanBrianna ElkinsThe Youth Fair Board is group of young people in Dyer County who will assist with Youth Day, taking in entries, andhelping in other aspects of the fair. For information or an application to join, contact Pollyanna McClure.
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