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The Loxton Show
The Loxton Show RESULTS
Best Large Multiple Site A-B: Ford; Best
Small Single Site Area A-B: Cards By Kaye;
Best Display: State Emergency Service; Best
Display in Marquee: Fudge ‘n’ More.
The judge praised the “outstanding”
field of entries, with the novice acrylic
class a stand-out.
Tyrone Richardson’s airbrush works
“against conventional techniques”
received positive feedback.
Trophy winners – Most Outstanding Entry
River Theme: T. Schwarz; Most Outstanding
Water Colour: T. Schwarz; Most Outstanding
Entry: T. Richardson.
Ribbons – Most Outstanding Entry River
Theme: T. Schwarz; Most Outstanding Water
Colour: T. Schwarz; Most Outstanding Entry:
10-13 years – any topic: S. Sharrad, K.
Poulos, A. Griffiths, I. Singh; 14 years and
over – still at school, any topic: B. Schaefer,
E. Munchenberg, C. Hansen, S. Robertson;
5 years and under – any topic: K. Shirren,
J. Everett, M. Butson, J. Butson; 6-9 years
any topic: M. Lehmann, L. Gregoric, C.
Isaacs, M. Mitchell; Abstract – any topic: L.
Kruger, W. Wilson, L. Kruger; Acrylic – any
topic: L. Kruger, B. Campagnolo, T. Brown, T.
Lehmann; Novice – any topic, any meduim:
B. Schaefer, T. Richardson (2&3), C. Hansen;
Oil – any topic: W. Parks (1&2), T. Andrew, W.
Wilson; Pastel – any topic: C. Noble, J. Noble,
K. Hoffmann, J. Noble; Sketch/Drawing – any
topic: J. Noble, J. Ebert, L. Kruger, T. Andrew;
Water Colour – any topic: T. Schwarz, H. Kalz
(2&3), T. Schwarz.
This year’s exhibition section was
“another excellent display of Riverland
citrus”, according to the judge.
Most of the mandarin entries were
outstanding, while the best plate of
fruit went to a deserving exhibit of
The judge encouraged more local
growers to enter the section, saying
they may be “surprised at how well
they might go”.
Trophy winners – Most Points in Classes
1-13: GM Arnold & Son; Best Navel Classes
1-3: GM Arnold & Son; Oranges, Valencia,
Plate of Five: GM Arnold & Son; Valencias
for Market, Can Be Waxed or Polished: GM
Arnold & Son; Collection of Citrus, Four
Varieties, Three of Each: GM Arnold & Son;
Mandarins, Variety Shown, Plate of Six: GM
Arnold & Son; Decorated Citrus: S. Rogers;
Most Points in Novice Section: C. Fisher;
Valencia Oranges, Plate of Five: GM Arnold
& Son; Most Points in Juice Section: GM
Arnold & Son; Most Successful Citrus Packer:
Jumaluk; Best Tree Fruit Sample: R. Pfeiler;
Most Points in Fruit Section: R. Pfeiler.
Ribbons – Champion Plate of Citrus in the
Open Section: GM Arnold & Son; Champion
Dried Tree Fruit: R. Pfeiler; Champion Carton
of Citrus: Jumaluk.
DRIED TREE FRUITS
Apricots: R. Pfeiler (1&2).
Any unclassified citrus, variety shown,
plate of 6: G. Arnold & Son (1&2); Collection
of citrus, four varieties, three of each: G.
Arnold & Son (1&2); Decorated citrus: S.
Rogers; Grapefruit, any variety, plate of
four, variety shown: G. Arnold & Son (1&2);
Lemons, market presentation, plate of five:
G. Arnold & Son (1&2); Mandarins, variety
shown, plate of six: G. Arnold & Son (1&2);
Most attractively arranged tray of citrus:
S. Rogers; Navel, any variety, plate of five:
G. Arnold & Son; Oranges, blood, plate of
five: G. Arnold & Son (1&2); Oranges, late
lane navels, plate of five: G. Arnold & Son;
Oranges, Washington navels, plate of five:
G. Arnold & Son; Tangelo, any variety, plate
of six: G. Arnold & Son (1&2), The biggest
orange, one only, must be current season: G.
Arnold & Son (1&2); Valencia oranges, plate
of five: G. Arnold & Son (1&2); Valencias for
market, can be waxed or polished: G. Arnold
& Son (1&2).
Lemons, plate of five: C. Fisher; Oranges,
valencia, any variety, plate of five: C. Fisher.
Grapefruit, any variety, plate of five: G.
Arnold & Son (1&2); Lemons, any variety,
plate of five: G. Arnold & Son; Oranges,
valencia, plate of five: G. Arnold & Son
The standard of exhibits in the
cookery section was described as
The judge noted that nearly every
class had three or more entries, with
banana, chocolate and orange cakes
popular among entrants.
The boiled fruit cake, fruit and nut
loaves, along with chocolate cakes
were of a particularly high standard.
Trophy winners – Most Points Gained
in Section: J. Neumann; Most Outstanding
Exhibit: K. Fisher; Most Points Under 25: I.
Cranbrook; Senior Novice: K. Smith; First
Prize Class 1: K. Smith; First Prize Class 2:
I. Heinicke; First Class Prize 3: A. Nitschke;
First Prize Class 4: A. Nitschke; First Prize
Class 8: M. Rudiger; First Prize Class 9: M.
Rudiger; Carrot Cake, Round (Iced), First:
D. Nitschke; Carrot Cake, Round (Iced),
Second: J. Mangelsdorf; Boiled Fruit Cake,
First: N. Thom; Boiled Fruit Cake, Second:
J. Neumann; Boiled Fruit Cake, Third: M.
Schell; Genoa Cake, Not Iced, Must Have
Cherries, First: K. Fisher; Genoa Cake, Not
Iced, Must Have Cherries, Second: M.
Rudiger; Christmas Cake Decorated, Not
Iced, First: M. Rudiger; Fruit Cake Dark, Not
Iced First: K. Fisher; Fruit Cake Dark, Not Iced
Second: J. Mangelsdorf; Country Women’s
Association Scone Mix Competition: T.
Manser, J. Neumann, J. Mangelsdorf; Rich
Fruit Cake Competition: D. Nicholson, K.
Fisher; Genoa Cake Competition: T. Manser,
Ribbons – Most Outstanding Exhibit: K.
Anzac biscuits (six) made to recipe:
M. Schell, N. Crambrook, C. Crambrook;
Apple slice cake, iced: J. Neumann, M.
Rudiger; Banana cake log, iced: D. Kuchel,
D. Nitschke, J. Neumann; Blowaway sponge
with jam filling (not iced): D. Kuchel; Boiled
fruit cake: N. Thom, J. Neumann, M. Schell;
Bread machine white: K. Smith; J. Obst;
Bread Machine Wholemeal: K. Smith. Bread
rolls, white (three): A. Nitschke, K. Smith;
Bread, homemade, min. 50% wholemeal: I.
Heinicke, K. Smith; Bread, homemade, plain
white: K. Smith; Carrot cake round (iced):
D. Nitschke, J. Mangelsdorf; Chocolate
cake log, iced: M. Schell, M. Schulz; D.
Kuchel; Chocolate sponge roll edges not
trimmed filled: M. Rudiger; Christmas
cake, decorated, not iced, to be cut: M.
Rudiger; Coffee cake sugar & cinnamon
top: J. Neumann; J. Mangelsdorf; Collection
of biscuits (three varieties 4 of each): M.
Rudiger, M. Schell; Cream Puffs three filled
three plain: L. Arnold, J. Neumann; Fruit
and nut loaf: C. Crambrook, L. Arnold,
D. Kuchel; Fruit cake (dark), not to be
iced: K. Fisher, J. Mangelsdorf. Genoa cake
(light fruit) not iced must have cherries:
K. Fisher, M. Rudiger. Ginger fluff filled:
D. Kuchel, Ginger nut biscuits (six): M.
Schell, Honey biscuits (six): M. Rudiger,
C.Crambrook; Honey roll filled: M. Rudiger,
J. Obst. Iced cake (judging for icing only):
L. King, C. Lawrence, L. King; Jubilee cake
bar or loaf no cherries iced: D. Kuchel, J.
Mangelsdorf; Marble cake square, iced: J.
Neumann; Muffins (three) using dried fruit
(no paper cases): M. Schell, D. Nitschke.
Novelty birthday cake (butter icing): R.
Schulz; Orange cake log, iced: D. Nitschke,
M:Schell; Pasty (three) no greens allowed:
M. Rudiger; Potato cake maximum 20cm
square or round: M. Schell, J. Neumann;
Pumpkin scones: J. Neumann, I. Heinicke;
Queen cakes (six) not iced, must have
currants: J. Neumann (1&2); Ribbon cake,
any filling iced: K. Fisher; Rock cakes (six):
J. Mangelsdorf, M. Schell; Sausage rolls
(6): M. Rudiger, K. Fisher; Scones, fruit
(six): L. Arnold, J. Mangelsdorf (equal first),
Scones, plain (six): J. Neumann, I. Heinicke;
Slice uncooked with dried fruit (six): M.
Schulz, D. Nitschke; Slice, cooked six pieces:
L. Demir, M. Schulz; Slice, uncooked six
pieces: C. Crambrook, L. Arnold; Sultana
cake: D. Kuchel, M. Schell; Walnut cake log,
iced: D.Kuchel, M. Schell; Wedding cake, to
be bona fide workmanship of exhibitor: L.
King, R. Schulz; Yeast buns (three), not iced:
A. Nitschke (1&2); Yeast cake (streusel top)
not baked in tin: M. Rudiger, J. Neumann.
CWA Scone Mix Competition: T. Mansee;
Fruit Cake Championship: D. Nicolson; K.
Fisher, T. Mansee; Genoa Cake Competition:
T. Mansee, K. Fisher, D. Nicolson.
Banana cake, iced: N. Crambrook, B.
Mangelsdorf; Men’s Cookery: Chocolate
chip biscuits (six): B. Coombe, B.
Mangelsdorf; Muffins (plate of three) any
flavour, no paper cases: B. Coombe, B.
Mangelsdorf; Scones plain: I. Crambrook,
UNDER 25 YEARS OF AGE
Anzac biscuits (six): A. Crambrook, I.
Crambrook; Chocolate cake, log, iced: B.
Coombe, I. Crambrook; Cup cakes decorated
(three): I. Crambrook, I. Jarvis; Iced cake,
judged for icing only-butter icing: R. Schulz,
I. Crambrook; Muffins (three) no paper
cases: B. Coombe; Scones (six) plain: A.
Crambrook, I. Crambrook; Slice, uncooked
(six pieces): A. Crambrook, B. Coombe.
Judges were impressed with the
“excellent” standard of entries,
praising the families and groups who
entered the competition.
The tin man, created by the
Westbrook family, and Kailan Fielke’s
recycled scarecrow were the stand-out
entries of the section.
5 years and under, any type of scarecrow:
L. Scholz; 6 to 10 years of age, any type
of scarecrow: R. Westbrook, Loxton Girl
Guides; Family group, any type of scarecrow:
B. Westbrook, T. Lysne; Novelty scarecrow:
Lifestyle Assistance, Riverview Lutheran Rest
Home, Loxton Girl Guides (4); Scarecrow
made from recycled material: Loxton
Primary School, Loxton Lutheran School;
Trade/Occupation Scarecrow: K. Fielke.
Trophy winners – EA Schmidt Memorial:
Ribbons – Novice Underhand Handicap:
N. Schulz; Standing Block Finals: Dale
Goldfinch; Loxton Timber Mill EA Schmidt
Memorial Underhand Log Chop: S. Rouse;
Standing Block Novice: N. Schulz; First
Division Tree Fall: J. Schulz; Second Division
Tree Fall: R. Divine; Standing Block Novice
Handicap: B. Dreckow; SA Showmen’s
Guild Championship: R. Divine; Standing
Block Finals: J. Schulz; Underhand Novice
Handicap: N. Schulz; Underhand Final: R.
The judges said it was a “pleasure” to
judge the preserves at this year’s show,
with a good number of entries received.
The novice exhibitors got top nods
from the judges for their preserved
fruit marmalades and jellies.
Judges reminded exhibitors to be
mindful of the cleanliness of their jars
and bottles and should use matching
Exhibitors should also be aware of
low tide marks and are urged to fill
bottles to cap level as it adds to the
Trophy winners – Most Attractive of
Appealing in Section Q: D. Nitschke; Most
Points in Classes 14-38: L. Arnold; Most
Points in Classes 1-55: L. Arnold; Most Points
in Intermediate Section: R. Mickan; Most
Points in Classes 96-107: F. Layton; Most
Points in Novice Section: C. Crambrook.
Collection of three varieties: M. Schell;
fruit, one bottle: L. Rathjen, B. Galliford;
tomato, one bottle: L. Arnold, N. Thom.
Jam, apricot: R. Mickan; Pickles, chutney,
tomato, one bottle: R. Mickan; Sauce, not
mentioned, one bottle: K. Fisher; Sauces,
tomato sauce, one bottle: R. Mickan (1&2).
Apricot: M. Schell, L. Arnold; collection
of four varieties: L. Arnold, M. Schell; dried
apricot: L. Arnold, T. Whetstone; fig: L.
Rathjen, M. Schell; mock raspberry (plum):
J. Neumann, L. Arnold; mock raspberry
(tomato): J. Neumann; Jam, not mentioned:
M. Schell, R. Mickan; plum, dark: L. Arnold,
strawberry: L. Arnold, J. Neumann.
Any variety not mentioned: L. Arnold,
N. Thom; collection of three: L. Arnold, L.
Arnold; grapefruit: L. Arnold; orange: L.
Arnold; quince: M. Schell;
Collection of marmalade, not less
than three varieties: M. Schell, L. Arnold;
grapefruit: L. Arnold (1&2); lemon: L. Arnold
(1&2); Marmalade, not mentioned: L. Arnold,
M. Schell; orange: L. Arnold, N. Thom;
Chutney, tomato, one jar: G. Mickan;
Jam, apricot: C. Crambrook; Jam, collection
of three varieties: F. Layton (1&2); Jam,
melon and lemon: F. Layton; Marmalade,
not mentioned: F. Layton, R. Jachmann.
Pickles, mixed vegs, in mustard: G. Mickan,
F. Layton; Preserved fruit, apricots, one jar,
halves: C. Crambrook; Sauce not mentioned,
one bottle: R. Jachmann; Tomato sauce, one
bottle: C. Crambrook, G. Mickan; Sundries,
Lemon cheese: C. Crambrook.
Bread & Butter Cucumbers, one jar: D.
Nitschke, M. Schell. Collection of pickles, no
more than three varieties: M. Schell; Pickled
onions, one jar: L. Arnold, B. Galliford; Pickles
mixed, in mustard, one jar: B. Galliford, M.
Schell; green tomatoes, one jar: M:Schell,
Apricots, one jar, halves: L. Arnold (1&2);
cherries, dark, one jar: L. Arnold; peaches,
one jar: L. Arnold (1&2); pears, one jar
halves: L. Arnold; tomato pulp, one jar: L.
Arnold (1&2); tomatoes, ripe peeled, one
jar: L.Arnold (1&2).
Collection of three sauces, not less than
three varieties: L. Arnold; Plum sauce, dark,
one bottle: M. Schell, L. Arnold; Tomato
sauce, one bottle: M. Schell, L. Arnold;
Lemon Cheese: M. Schell; L. Rathjen;
Mayonnaise dressing (boiled): L. Arnold, D.
Standard of entries was “very good”,
according to the judge.
Enlargements were a stand-out
feature of the section, with some
“exceptional” entries including the
Champion Print of the Show – a
monochrome child study image.
The judge urged exhibitors to quality
check their entries, with a number of
blurry photographs featured.
Trophy winners – Champion Print of the
Show: R. Cabban; Most Points in Photography
Section: R. Cabban; Enlargement, Prints to
Be 8”x10” or 8”x12”: B. Sharrad.
Animal: K. Watkins, D. Heinicke, K.
Watkins, B. Sharrad; Birds Study: K. Watkins,
D. Heinicke, E. Walter, K. Watkins; Black and
White: R. Cabban, S. Morgan, J. Evans, R.
Cabban; Buildings/Structures: B. Sharrad, K.
Edwards, J. Walker, R. Cabban; Child Study:
R. Cabban, K. Watkins, R. Cabban, J. Drake;
Close Ups/Macro: D. Schmidt, B. Vandepeer,
S. Morgan, M. Andrews; Enlargement
– Prints to be 8”x10” or 8”x12”: B. Sharrad,
R. Cabban, B. Sharrad, K. Watkins; Flower or
Flowers: K. Edwards, J. Evans, S. Morgan, E.
Walter; Landscapes: S. Morgan, B. Sharrad, T.
Brown, B, Sharrad; People: R. Cabban (2&3),
M. Andrews, K. Hoffmann (joint fourth);
River Scene: C. Hopper (2&3), C. Cooper, K.
Watkins (joint fourth); Vehicles: R. Cabban,
D. Schmidt, S. Morgan, R. Cabban.
Dean Nicolson’s baking efforts earned him first place in the Rich Fruit Cake Regional
Semi-Finals. He will now progress to the state final at the 2014 Royal Adelaide Show.
Lisette King is pictured with her impressive dragon prize-winning iced cake and proud children William, 4, and Sophie, 5.
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