Winners in the home economics exhibits at the 2021 Morgan County Fair include the following:
Lancaster takes
Best of Show
Overall Best of Show, best of fair purple ribbon winner, and blue ribbon winner was Thea Lancaster of Versailles for her egg sketch entered in the art section. She also received a red ribbon in the same section.
Joyce Wyss received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her orange pillow in the sewing section.
Lois Weber received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her Christmas wall decoration in the holiday corner section. She was awarded two red ribbons in the quilting section, one red ribbon in the sewing section, and a blue ribbon in the hobby craft section.
Shirley Sidebottom received a best of fair purple ribbon and blue ribbon for her seasons appliqued quilt in the quilting section. She also received a blue ribbon for her raccoon art quilt.
Jennifer Rauscher received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her toasted pumpkin sweater, and a blue ribbon for her wingspan shawl in the knitting section. She also received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her raspberry stole in the crocheting section, and a blue ribbon in the handwork section. She also received a blue ribbon in the holiday corner section.
Marian Avey received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her smocked article in the handwork section. She also earned three blue ribbons in the sewing section.
Rosemary Wilhelm received a purple best of fair and blue ribbon for her poke cake. She also received three blue ribbons and four red ribbons in the baked items section. In the cookies and candies section, Wilhelm received three blue ribbons and five red ribbons. She also received three blue and three red ribbons in the quick breads and pie section.
Julie Marriott received a purple best of fair and a blue ribbon for her caramels in the cookies and candies section, and a purple and blue ribbon in the quick breads and pies section for her lemon raspberry muffins.. Marriott also received two red ribbons in the holiday corner section, two blue ribbons in the baked items section, one red ribbon the cookies and candies section, two red ribbons in the floriculture section, and one blue, one red and one white ribbon in the amateur digital photography, over age 16 section.
Karen Wilson received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her canned beets in the canned food section and for her landscape in the amateur digital photography, over age 16 section. She was also awarded one blue ribbon in the sewing section, three blue ribbons in the crocheting section, nine blue ribbons and two red ribbons in the canned foods section, one blue ribbon in the hobby crafts section, one blue ribbon in the 10A section, five blue ribbons, two red ribbons, and two white ribbons in the amateur digital photography over age 16 section.
Dan Britton received a best of fair purple and a blue ribbon for his white castle and two blue ribbons in the hobby crafts section. He also received three red ribbons, four red ribbons, and one white ribbon in the canned foods section, five blue ribbons and two red ribbons in the agriculture section, three red ribbons in the floriculture, and two blue ribbons in the woodworking section.
Liam Stapp received a best of fair purple and a blue ribbon for his knitted hat, a best of fair purple and a blue ribbon for his self portrait. He also received four blue ribbons and four red ribbons in the youth age 12 and younger section and a blue ribbon in the art, 11 years old and younger section.
Gracen Colvin received a best of fair purple and a blue ribbon for her wood shelf in the youth age 13 to 16 section, and another blue ribbon in the same section.
Carol Buck received the best of fair purple ribbon and blue ribbon for her yellow onions in the agriculture section, and a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her three-to -five flower arrangement in the floriculture section. She also received five blue ribbons, two red ribbons, and one white ribbon in the agriculture section, one blue ribbon in floriculture, and one blue ribbon, four red ribbons, and one white ribbon in the amateur digital photography, over age 16 section.
Ozark Prairie MG received a best fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for a scrapbook in the amateur scrapbooking section.
Abby Holsten received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her bacon in the cured meats section and for her floral cactus in the youth photography, non-digital, through age 16 section. She also received two additional blue ribbons in the youth photography, non-digital, through age 16 section.
Serena Lancaster received a best of fair purple ribbon and a blue ribbon for her historical picture sketch.
Andi Woodson received a blue ribbon and a red ribbon in the sewing section, two blue ribbons and a white ribbon in the hobby crafts section.
Debbie Fields received a red ribbon in the crocheting section, two blue ribbons, a red ribbon, and a white ribbon in the floriculture section .
Jackie Witte received a blue ribbon in the baked goods section.
Earlene Britton received a blue ribbon in the cookie and candies section, two blue ribbons in the quick breads and pies section, six blue ribbons and three red ribbons in the canned foods section, one blue ribbon, two red ribbons, and two white ribbons in the agriculture section, two blue ribbons and a white ribbon in the floriculture section.
Marty Weber received a blue ribbon in the hobby crafts section.
Brandy Richardson received a blue ribbon in the hobby crafts section, and three red ribbons and four white ribbons in the amateur photography over age 16 section,
Zane Witte received a blue ribbon and a red ribbon in the youth age 12 and younger section, and a red ribbon in the cured meat section.
Sarah Schad received a red ribbon in the youth age 12 and younger section.
Cathryn Richardson received two red and two white ribbons in the youth age 12 and younger section and a red ribbon in the art, 11 years old and younger section.
Zachary Holland received three blue ribbons in the youth age 12 and younger section.
Mattie Marriott received two blue ribbons and a red ribbon in the youth age 12 and younger section, and a red ribbon and a white ribbon in the youth digital photography through age 16 section, and two red ribbons in the art, 11 years or younger section.
Kenzie Yeager received a blue ribbon in the youth age 12 and younger section.
Adam Rottman received two blue ribbons in the youth age 13 to 16 section, and a white ribbon in art, age 12 to 16 years old section.
Hattie Marriott received a white ribbon in the cured meat section.
Carol Jones received a white ribbon in the amateur digital photography over 16 section.
Emily Holsten received a red ribbon in youth photography, non-digital through age 16 section.
Sadie James received two red and three white ribbons in the youth digital photography through age 16 section, and two red ribbons in art ages 12 to 16 years old section.
Madelyn Williams received a red ribbon in the youth digital photography through 16 section, and a white ribbon in the art, 11 years old and younger.
Sophia Lancaster received a white ribbon in the art 12 to 16 section.
Abigail Lancaster received a red ribbon in art 11 years or younger.