The Scotland County Antique Fair was held August 26th – August 30th, 2015. Numerous games and activities kept everyone entertained.
The 2015 Antique Fair Winners are:
Engine Show: Wiggins Family Museum won all three categories – Oldest, Farthest Distance and Best Restored.
Tractor Show: Best Restored Antique, Farthest Distance and Oldest all went to Gary and Mary Olsen from Altamount, MO. Best Restored Classic went to Kris and Linda Johnston and Russell Grubb was awarded Most Original.
Garden Tractor Show: Pat Barnes from Palmyra won all three categories, Oldest, Best Restored and Farthest Distance, with a 125 Oliver.
Best Restored Machinery: Johnny Erickson with a Farmall C with planter.
Window Display Winners: 1st Place, American Family; 2nd Place, Print Shop; 3rd Place, Coffrin’s.
Kid’s Pedal Tractor:
Age 4 – 1st Place, Addy Chance, 2nd Place, Denny Black; 3rd Place, Jenna Orton.
Age 5 – 1st Place, Jathan Fuller; 2nd Place Alina Cottrell; 3rd Place, Clayton Probst.
Age 6 – 1st Place, Avery; 2nd Place, Layla Baker; 3rd Place, Javis Hauk.
Age 7 – 1st Place, Jackson Steele, 2nd Place Dane Blessing; 3rd Place Lorelai Hunziker.
Age 8 – 1st Place, Kendall Small; 2nd Place, Grayson Chance; 3rd Place, Allie Lanhan.
Age 9 – 1st Place, Nate Triplett; 2nd Place, Payton Frederick; 3rd Place, Mason Parsons.
Age 10 – 1st Place, Aiden Frederick; 2nd Place, Owen Triplett; 3rd Place, Justin Swearingen.
Age 11 – 1st Place, Dylan Schantz, 2nd Place, Aden Aldridge; 3rd Place Luke Parker.
Float Winners: Top Winner, Pentecostal Church; 4-H Float, Azen Jolly Timers; Civic Float, All States Equipment in Honor of Dail White.
$100 Winners: Thursday Night, Jerry Grubb; Friday Night, Pete Peterson; Saturday Night, Elaine Burkholder and Brenda Steele.
The Antique Fair Association would like to thank everyone who helped with the Fair and also those who attended and brought things to display.