Will County Fair Book 2021



Last Updated On 03/25/2021

and TAMMY COWGER (Mrs. Phillip), Asst. Supts.
Entries Open Friday, July 26, 2019
Entries Close Monday, August 5, 2019 – 5:00 p.m.

Estimated Amount Offered $1,068.00

Entry Fee – $1.00 per entry
Limited to 2 entries under 1 class number. Judging Time: 9:30 a.m. Wed., August 21
All Exhibits In This Department Must Be Fresh Produce, And Raised By Exhibitor.


Entries can be brought in the Main Exhibit Building on Tues., Aug. 20, from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. & Wed., Aug.
25 from 7:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sharp! Building closes at 9:00 a.m. for judging Sn., Aug. 25 the Fine Arts building will
close at 7:00 p.m. The building will then re-open once the entries are prepared for pickup, and will remain
open until 9:00 p.m. Fine Arts exhibitors will enter/exit through the North gate on Sunday to pick up exhibits.
All entries to be fit for cooking and domestic purposes and grown by exhibitor.

All entries must be placed on a 8 1/2” plate.

Class No.1st2nd3rd
1930Potatoes, White (6)
1931Potatoes, Red (6)
1932Sweet Potatoes, any variety (6)
1933Purple Top Turnips (3 to 6)
1934White Onions (5) Unpeeled6.005.004.00
1935Yellow Onions (5) Unpeeled6.005.004.00
1936Red Onions (5) Unpeeled6.005.004.00
1937Red Tomatoes (5)
1938Yellow Tomatoes (5)
1939Italian or Plum Tomatoes (5)
1940Small Variety Tomatoes (1 pint box, Cherry Type)
1941Cucumbers, Dill, 4 inches long (6)
1942Cucumbers, Pickling, 2-1/2 inches (6)
1943Cucumbers, Slicing (3)
1944Ripe Cucumbers (3)
1945Cabbage, White (1)
1946Cabbage, Red (1)
1947Dill, (3 heads, tied)
1948Ears Sweet Corn, Roasting, Yellow (6)
1949Hubbard Squash, Green, Yellow or Blue (2 edible size)
1950Greyzini Squash (2 small slicing size 8 to 10 inches long)
1951Greyzini Squash (2 baking size 10 to 14 inches long)
1952Acorn or Table Queen Squash (2 edible size)
1953Crook Neck Squash (2 edible size)
1954Mammouth White Scallop Squash (2 edible size)
1955Butternut Squash (2 edible size)
1956Zucchini Squash (2 small slicing size 8 to 10 inches long)
1957Zucchini Squash (2 med. size 10 to 14 inches long)
1958Buttercup Squash (2 edible size)
1959Watermelon (1)
1960Muskmelon (1)
1961Pumpkin, Large Yellow (1)
1962Pumpkin, New England Pie (1)
1963Green Stripe Cushaw (1)
1964Heaviest Pumpkin (1)
1965Egg Plant (1)
1966Cauliflower (1)
1967Radishes (6 to 8 in bunch with tops)
1968Table Beets, 1 inch tops (3 to 6)
1969Beans, Green (20)
1970Beans, Yellow (20)
1971Lima Beans (20)
1972Carrots, Long 1 inch tops (6)
1973Celery (1 bunch6.005.004.00
1974Parsley, bunch6.005.004.00
1975Kohlrabi (3)
1976Hot Peppers, Red-Finger Type (
1977Peppers, Yellow Banana (6)
1978Jalapeno Peppers (
1979Large Sweet Green Peppers (3)
1980Freak Vegetable
1981Garlic (3)
1982Largest Tomato (by weight)
1983Largest Cabbage (by weight)
1984Largest Potato (by weight)
1985Broccoli (1)
1986Okra (5)
1987Leek (3)
1988Shallots (5)
1989Horseradish, 3 roots6.005.004.00
1990Herbs, any 3 kinds, tied in bunch (no containers or roots)
1991Collection of Gourds to be displayed in a 18’’x18’’ space6.005.004.00
1992Indian Corn, 3 ears (2017)
1993Display of Vegetables7.006.005.00
(Entry must have at least 7 to 10 different vegetables, to be displayed in a 18’’ x 18’’ space)
1994Carving a Pumpkin no larger than 25’’
1995Carving a Pumpkin over 25’’- up to 40’’
1996Dress a Vegetable as a member of the military6.005.004.00
1997Best of Show over all Individual Vegetables $5.00 – Rosette
(No Entry Number Required.)
1998Best of Show – Best Display of Vegetables$5.00 – Rosette
(No Entry Number Required.)
1999Best of Show – Best Display of Gourds$5.00 – Rosette
2000Best of Show – Dress a Vegetable$5.00 – Rosette
2001Best of Show – Carved Pumpkin $5.00 – Rosette
Display of Vegetables
20023 can vegetable/3 fresh, each of the same families.
Quart of pint sized jars, display in a 12”x12” space.
20035 Can vegetable /5 fresh, each of the same family.
Quart or pint sized jars, display in an 18”x18” space.
2004Bestt of Showe Display of vegetables
2005Championship AwardTrophy
Trophy donated by the Will County Fair