Wayne County fair results
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on October 3, 2007 1:53 PM
Carpentry: Ethan Ipod, Charles B. Aycock High School
Health occupations spelling bee: Amanda Holland, Charles B. Aycock High School
Salute to senior citizens
Outstanding senior citizen: Jimmie Head of Eureka
Youngest grandparent: Barbara Malpass of Faison, 51
Oldest senior citizen: Hattie Leathers of Goldsboro, 93
Most children: (tie) Malcolm Finlay of Eureka and Essie Melton and Pauline Dortch of Goldsboro, 9.
Most recent grandparent: David and Ocalla Harper of Pikeville, Aug. 25.
Most grandchildren: Nancy Hatch of Goldsboro, 40.
Most great-grandchildren: Callie Parker of Seven Springs, 48.
Married longest to each other: Donald and Doris Herring of Goldsboro, 62 years.
Pie baking contest
Cream pies, junior division: Micah Lee, TEACH 4-H Club.
Custard pies, junior division: Colleen Jones, Northwest School.
Fruit pies, junior division: Kristina Phillips, Faith Christian Academy.
Nut pies, junior division: Heather Crumpler, Faith Christian Academy.
All other pies, junior division: Renee Provencal, Faith Christian Academy.
Cream pies, adult division: Colleen Smith of Goldsboro.
Custard pies, adult division: Wesley Dills of Dudley.
Fruit pies, adult division: Ann Worley of Princeton.
Nut pies, adult division: Ruby Thornton of Pikeville.
All other pies, adult division: Carolyn Lewis.
Grade 5: Shantelle Allwood, Grantham School.
Grade 6: Halen Sykes, Grantham School.
Grade 7: Elizabeth Breedlove, Rosewood Middle School.
Grade 8: Ethan Hill, Spring Creek School.
Grade 9: Marieke Parrish, Rosewood High School.
Grade 10: Katarina Whitman, Southern Wayne High School.
Grade 11: Justin Brathwaite, Wayne Christian Academy.
Grade 12: Daniel Lozano, Rosewood High School.
Second flower show
Best of show, sections 1 through 4: Rhonda Blackman of Princeton.
Best of show, artistic design: Larue Tart of Goldsboro.
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