Desserts gave the judges a tough time

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  • LETTIE UMPHREY captures third place in the St. Ignatius Gold Old Days baking contest with “American Pie.” (photo by Carolyn Hidy/Lake County Leader)

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    Eric Dolence slides safely to third on a Twins error top of seventh inning with one out. Third baseman is Jack Schwaiger. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

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    Mariners celebrate come from behind win to defeat Glacier Twins 10-7 July 19. (Photo by Paul Sievers)

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    Annalysia Dumontier won first place with the “Raspberry Pine Cake.” (photo by Carolyn Hidy/Lake County Leader)

  • LETTIE UMPHREY captures third place in the St. Ignatius Gold Old Days baking contest with “American Pie.” (photo by Carolyn Hidy/Lake County Leader)

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    Eric Dolence slides safely to third on a Twins error top of seventh inning with one out. Third baseman is Jack Schwaiger. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

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    Mariners celebrate come from behind win to defeat Glacier Twins 10-7 July 19. (Photo by Paul Sievers)

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    Annalysia Dumontier won first place with the “Raspberry Pine Cake.” (photo by Carolyn Hidy/Lake County Leader)

There are few jobs at the Good Old Days that are as hard as judging the dessert contest, but Sam Westenberg, Marion Sands, Margaret Hillary and Edith Schnell gave it their best.

With 13 desserts to taste, mull over, and of course, taste again, they had their hands — and bellies — full.

First place in the junior (16 & under) category, and the $50 prize, went to Annalysia DuMontier’s raspberry pine cake. Kyra Marmon’s carmel apple bites took second, and Lettie Umphrey’s American pie brought third.

For the adults, Katy Minske took home first place and $100 for her Apple Pie walked away with first place and $100, followed by Linda Prosivio’s Strawberry Pretzel and Donna Heisel’s Orange Heisel’s Orange Cake.

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