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Diana Roll, Kenton, brought home a reserve championship rosette for the Christmas lamp she entered in the fine arts competition at the fair. Her Americana tole painting resulted in a grand championship.
Friday’s dish day theme was Beef Stew. First place went to Irene Beazley for her Old Fashioned Beef Stew creation. Marjorie Cannode’s Classic Beef Stew captured second place. Thelma Musselman took home third place with a recipe called Autumn Beef Stew With Apples, Onions and Garlic. Gloria Dulin’s Beef-N-Mushroom Cobbler was named the fourth place winner.
The judge liked the entry of Grant Hites in the high school art show. His photo of flowers earned Hites a reserve championship.
Ann Morris, Kenton, earned a championship title in the antique portion of the Hardin County Fair with a padlock entry.
Linda Martell, Kenton, stands with an antique photograph she entered in the Hardin County Fair. Her effort resulted in a reserve championship.
May Parker, Ridgeway, earned a championship in the photography division of the middle school fine art contest with her scenery entry.
Beth Hoag, Forest, brought a grand championship title home with her entry in the adult photography division.
Evelyn VanBuskirk, Kenton, won a grand championship title with the crocheted baby garment in the arts and crafts contest.
Times photos by Dan Robinson