Logan County Fair 2000
Results posted Aug. 9 - Page 1

Winners in Class L Floriculture

[AUG. 9, 2000]  Judging of Class L Floriculture was at 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 4, at the Logan County Fair. Results are listed below.

 

 

Cut flowers, grown by amateurs

Lorna Kavelman Challenge Class

1. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Doug Fink, Lincoln

4. Dan Keil, Decatur

Cosmos, three sprays

1. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Doug Fink, Lincoln

African marigolds, three blooms, no buds

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

4. Don McAtee, Greenview

French marigolds, three blooms, no buds

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

3. Vicki Awe, Elkhart

4. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

Bells of Ireland, three stems

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

3. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Petunias, single or ruffled, three stems

1. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Denice Baldin, Lincoln

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Petunias, double, semi-double, three stems

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

3. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

4. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

Gaillardia, three blooms

1. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Bev Hinkle, New Holland

4. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

Snapdragons, three stems without branches

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

3. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

4. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

Balsams, three stems

1. Louise Wiebers, Lincoln

2. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

3. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Giant zinnias, over three inches, three blooms

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Ethan Taylor, Latham

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Medium zinnias, three blooms

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Ethan Taylor, Latham

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Miniature zinnias, three blooms

1. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Dahlia, one bloom

1. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

3. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Salvia, three stems

1. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

2. Jennifer Allspach, Mount Pulaski

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Chrysanthemum, one bloom or spray

1. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

2. Doug Fink, Lincoln

3. Sara Laun, Lincoln

4. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Asters (any type), three blooms

1. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Celosia, three plumes

1. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

3. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

4. Cathy Kissick, Athens

Cleome, three stems

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Coneflower, three blooms

1. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

2. Laura Gillen, Lincoln

3. Michelle Eack, Lincoln

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Phlox, three stalks

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

4. Karen Lowery, Beason

Sunflower, any type, one stalk

1. Doug Fink, Lincoln

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Vicki Awe, Elkhart

4. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

Gloriosa daisy, three blooms

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

3. Pat LaForge, New Holland

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Specimen lily, one stalk, any variety

1. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

4. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Hemerocallis (day lily), one stalk

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

3. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Any flower other than listed, one stem

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Michelle Eack, Lincoln

3. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Aerial displays

Hanging plant, blooming

1. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Pat LaForge, New Holland

4. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

Mobile-A hanging design

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Arrangements for artistic effect

Echoing Calls of the Laughing Loons

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

The Budding Twigs on Branches High

1. Doug Fink, Lincoln

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

4. Amanda Baker, Lincoln

Mines and Factories' Noise and Din

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Dena Wibben, Atlanta

I Learned the Patriotic Songs

1. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Jenny Stout, Middletown

An Earthly Weed is Lovely as a Star

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Doug Fink, Lincoln

3. Karen Lowery, Beason

4. Cathy Kissick, Athens

The County Fair is a Bright Balloon

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

I Find a Beauty in Simple Things

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

With Produce Row on Row

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

A Love to Cherish

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

There are Elves and Fairies and bty. rar

1. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

2. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Doug Fink, Lincoln

Spirits that Whisper of Indian Lore

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Leslie Ross, Warrensburg

The Slender Spires That Pierce the Sky

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Sara Laun, Lincoln

Today the Butter Churn Holds Vines...

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Sara Laun, Lincoln

Junior Division

Billy Stopped to Pat a Small Dog's Head

1. Dena Wibben, Atlanta

If Illinois recycled all of its cans...

1. Dena Wibben, Atlanta

2. Amanda Baker, Lincoln

Rose Section

White, near white, and white blend

1. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Light, medium, and deep yellow

1. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

Yellow blend

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

Light and medium pink

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

3. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

Deep pink

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dan Keil, Decatur

Pink blend

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dan Keil, Decatur

Medium red

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dan Keil, Decatur

Dark red

1. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

3. Don McAtee, Greenview

Red blend

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

Orange, orange-red, orange-pink, and orange blend

1. Kaye Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

3. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Apricot blend

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dan Keil, Decatur

Mauve and mauve blend

1. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

White and yellow, floribunda

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

Pink and red, floribunda

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

Any other color, floribunda

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

White and yellow, miniature

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Sally Stoltzenburg, Oreana

Pink and red, miniature

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

2. Adam Wessbecher, Lincoln

3. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

Any other color, miniature

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Dan Keil, Decatur

3. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

One bloom/spray, shrub or climber, any color

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

3. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

One bloom/spray, any rose, any color

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dan Keil, Decatur

Collection of three blooms/sprays, any type

1. Dan Keil, Decatur

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Grand champion arrangement, Tuesday, A.E. Krotz Memorial Award

Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Reserve champion arrangement, Tuesday, Krotz

Cathy Kissick, Athens

Grand champion rose of the show, 3 roses

Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

Reserve champion rose of the show ribbon

Dan Keil, Decatur

Grand champion cut flower, exhibit: L2-L26 - Krotz

Jack Buckley, Chestnut

Reserve champion cut flower, exhibit: L2-L26

Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Grand champion aerial eisplay

R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

Logan County exhibitor, greatest number of firsts,  Tuesday

Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Grand champion arrangement Junior Division

Dena Wibben, Atlanta

Reserve champion arrangement Junior Division

Dena Wibben, Atlanta

Glad/Pot Show - Challenge Class

Steve Gleason three stems cut flowers, one container

1. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

3. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Illinois Challenge Class

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

3. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

4. Karen Lowery, Beason

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Glad/Pot Show - Horticulture Section

Begonia (blooming)

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Begonia, tuberous rooted (blooming)

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Geranium (blooming)

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Fern

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

3. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

African violet, any type

1. Esther Will, Lincoln

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

Non-blooming specimen plant

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Flowering plant, any kind (not listed)

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

4. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

Home greenhouse plant

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Impatiens (blooming)

1. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

4. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

New Guinea impatiens (blooming)

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

4. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Coleus

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

4. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

Small plant, any type, 12-inch or less

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Herb, any type

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

4. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Hanging specimen plant

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Mabel Skelton, Middletown

 

 

Cacti and succulents

Kalanchoe

1. Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

2. Jack Buckley, Chestnut

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

Succulent

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Small cactus, less than 12-inch

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

4. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

Cactus, any type

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

4. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Plant arrangements

Where Treasure Chests and Jewels Lay

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Pink shells that sing of calves beneath the sea

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

3. Pat LaForge, New Holland

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

I'd rather sow and till the soil

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Gladiolus Show

White spike

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

3. N. Kenneth Usherwood, Atlanta

4. Doug Fink, Lincoln

Yellow spike

1. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Dee Parr, Mason City

3. N. Kenneth Usherwood, Atlanta

Buff, orange, salmon spike

1. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

2. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Dee Parr, Mason City

Pink spike

1. N. Kenneth Usherwood, Atlanta

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Red spike

1. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

Rose, lavender and purple spike

1. Dee Parr, Mason City

2. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Any other color spike

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

4. Amber Beshears, Lincoln

Ruffled spike

1. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

2. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

4. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

Three spikes, any color

1. N. Kenneth Usherwood, Atlanta

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Cut flowers

Lycoris surprise lily, three stems

1. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

4. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

Marigolds, any type, three stems

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Vicki Awe, Elkhart

Zinnias, three blooms

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Doug Fink, Lincoln

Cockscomb, crested, one stem

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Rose, one bloom/spray (any type/no name)

1. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

2. Louise Wiebers, Lincoln

3. Shara M. Lee, Lincoln

4. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Collection marigolds, assorted varieties, three to five stems

1. Vicki Awe, Elkhart

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

4. Bev Hinkle, New Holland

Petunias, three stems

1. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Annual or perennial foliage, two leaves

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

4. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

Any other annual, one stem

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Dee Parr, Mason City

4. Karen Lowery, Beason

Any other perennial, one stem

1. Karen Lowery, Beason

2. Pat LaForge, New Holland

3. Sara Laun, Lincoln

4. Dee Parr, Mason City

Miscellaneous arrangements

Wind and tempest may have scarred it

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

The cone falls from the fir tree

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

Stirs the farmer to his plow

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

3. Pat LaForge, New Holland

She thought how lovely was her lot

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Amber Beshears, Lincoln

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Of all the seasons, winter's the worst one

1. Sara Laun, Lincoln

2. Cathy Kissick, Athens

I never dreamt that tender blossoms ...

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Sara Laun, Lincoln

3. Cathy Kissick, Athens

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Owls and bats and hunchback cats

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

3. Sara Laun, Lincoln

She leaps to spread her green shawl in .

1. Cathy Kissick, Athens

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

4. Sara Laun, Lincoln

Herbs

Sage, any variety, three stems

1. Karen Lowery, Beason

2. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

3. Danielle R. Jones, Mount Pulaski

4. Faye Adams, New Holland

Basil, any variety, three stems

1. Doug Fink, Lincoln

2. Faye Adams, New Holland

3. Louise Wiebers, Lincoln

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Mint, any variety, three stems

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Vicki Awe, Elkhart

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Oregano, any variety, three stems

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

3. Susan Knuffman, Atlanta

4. Mitchell Gleason, Hartsburg

Lavender, any variety, three stems

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

3. Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

4. Donald G. Lee, Lincoln

Parsley, three stems

1. Pat LaForge, New Holland

2. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

3. Karen Lowery, Beason

4. Sherrill Blaum, New Holland

Any other herb, not listed, three stems

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Jim Wessbecher, Lincoln

3. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

4. Faye Adams, New Holland

Dried bunch, like or mixed varieties

1. Jenny Stout, Middletown

2. Doug Fink, Lincoln

3. Karen Lowery, Beason

4. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Herb arrangements

In the kitchen light and cheery

1. Frankye Morgan, Decatur

2. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

3. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

My door is open wide

1. Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

2. Mildred Crumpler, New Holland

3. Sara Laun, Lincoln

4. Pat LaForge, New Holland

Championships

Grand champion gladiolas

N. Kenneth Usherwood, Atlanta

Grand champion cut flower

R. Ann Knuffman, Atlanta

Grand champion arrangement, entire Friday show

Cathy Kissick, Athens

Reserve champion arrangement, Friday show

Frankye Morgan, Decatur

Exhibitor from Logan County, most first-place entries in Friday show

Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Grand champion potted plant ribbon

Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Reserve champion potted plant ribbon

Harriet Buckley, Chestnut

Grand champion cactus ribbon

Cathy Kissick, Athens

Steve Gleason Memorial Challenge Class

Amanda Gleason, Hartsburg

Grand champion herb ribbon

Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Champion herb arrangement, Logan County

Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Champion arranger from Logan County

Edith Wibben, Hartsburg

Sweepstakes W. Kavelman Award high point

Cathy Kissick, Athens

 

 


For other results posted Aug. 9, click on these headings:

Winners in Class H Junior Livestock

Winners in Class A Open Beef

 

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