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PRESS-NE IVS JOURNAL (USPS 088-820) Thursday, February 21, 1985 Vol. No. XV, New Series No. 8 Canton, Missouri 63435 neral Sat for auto Tickets on sale for Mar. 30 er Bud Miller [services were held Saturday auto dealer who diet (Bud Miller. 62. of Canton. Feb. 14. 1985. in Osteopathic Hospital. Lee Bud Miller was born on March 26. 1922. a son of md Mary Lee Miller He Clark in Kirksville was a veteran of the serxed in World War l[ He of Immanuel United Church of Canton. In his be worked at Peterson m Greentop He later Fessler Motor Co. in Edina Iler and famdv moved to December of 1970 and he Miller Motor Company. a and Oldsrrlobfle dealership The family is currently running the dealership Survivors include his wife; a son. Bryan Clark Miller of Canton; a sister. Mrs. Charlen Erdmen of Belmond. la.: and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents and a son. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Davis Funeral Home in Canton. conducted by the Rey. Robert Gall Woods. Music was furnished bv Bill Berry with Mrs. Ruth Ayers at the organ. Pall hearers were Fred Erdman. Leonard Clark. Bruce Darr, Phil Erdman. Brad Darr and Brent Darr. Honora. pall bearers were H W. Bader. Mark Schaller. Kenneth Pearl. Lee Lake., Ton)' Jacobs and Rod Merrell. Burial was in Park View Memorial Gardens in Kirksville. Memorials may be made to the Kidney Foundation. Lewis Co. Pageant TcKets for the annual Miss Lewis County Pageant will go on sale this week. The price for tickets will be $350 in advance and $4.00 at the door. Tickets may he purchased at the following locations: In Canton at Fretwell Insurance Agency. Shear Class. Canton State Bank: i LaGrange at Farmers and Mrchanls Bank: and at Lewistown State Bank, Bank of Monticello, and Bank of LaBelle This year's pageant is quickly taking form and promises to be .an entertaining evening. Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Terry Sherer, who will also be performing with the contestants. He has been involved in both music and drama, and has been the M.C. for the Miss Quincy Pageant. The Miss Lewis County Pageant will be held Saturday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m in the Alexander Campbell Auditorium. and struck a tree. about |st of Quincy on II1. 104. Perrine, 26, was dead on arrival at Blessing Saturday evening. was apparently east- 104 when his car hit an pavement, according to Police at Pittsfield. control of his vehicle. across the'road and struck Perrine killed P.o,,...,..._ .r--,, C-S Alumni Musical trip o.e of the spots is in Mexico featuring the colorful costumes of "'El son de la ident Sat. Telefund=34,0OO markPaSt Up With People'S" here Tuesd.ay man died Saturday after he Survivors include his wife: his of his car on an icy patch parents. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine It's only four days from this publication date before the Interna- tional Up With People troupe arrives .in Canton. Cast C, one of five touring companies of Up With People will arrive Monday evening in Canton in preparation for the show Tuesday night at Alexander Campbell Auditor- ium. The eighth annual Culver-Stookton College Mumni Telefund has finished its second week of calling with over $34,000 of the $45,000 goal raised. The top student callers after the second week are Connie Mueller, a sophomore from Hannibal; Jeff Bridges, a sophomore from Belleville, Ill. ; and Anna Todd, a freshman from Pekin, Ill. Mueller holds on to the top LaGrange voters approved water of Maywood; two brothers, Douglas Perrine of Rogers, Ark.. and David Perrine of Puxico. Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Darnell of Philadelphia and Mrs Kevin Martin of Lewistown: his grandmother. Mrs. oldie Abell of Durham: and other relaties. He was preceded in death by his grandpar- ents. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Mount Olivet Baptist Church. Conducted by the Rev, Scott Montgom- ery. Burial was in Durham Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Durham CemeterY, Associatm or to the Heart Fund. " Music was furnished by Glen Egley with Mrs. Alyce Montgomery accom- panist. Pall bearers were Walter Adams. David Kroeger, Dr. John McDougall, Glen Parrish, David Predmore and Robert Schomake. Perrine was born Nov. a son of Duane and He married GLoria Jean President and computer for Computer Practice He had served four Air Force, including two England. Mr. Perrine Olivet Baptist Church spot for the second week in a row, Two members of the cast, Tami while Bridges moves into the top ten Montee and Shawnalee Easterling, for the first time during the telefund, have made numer appearances Todd slipped to third after the second before local clubs, churches, and week representatives of the media, to help The top teams are Chi Omega No. set up the visit, led by Connie Mueller and Am .... t,,vas,,okaewnwhat other definite Bringer, a sophomore from Palmyra, activites would be included in the visit in first place, and the Christadelphns to Canton. team, led by Anna Todd and James Up With People has been traveling Glaubitz in second. The McDonald Hall team led by Terri Ford, a sophomore from Bowling Green, and Lori Luton, a senior from Ft. Madison, Iowa, is in third place. b ildi g d d " " " rate increase ,. u n nee s, a mlnlstratlve LaGrange voters approved a base d" dbc B d water rate increase in a special S lSCUSSe -1 oar election Tuesday. The measure passed 141-115 in all three wards. In an earlier election several months ago, the proposal failed in two of the wards. The vote in the north ward was 52 for, 48 against; middle ward - 53 for, 43 against; and south ward- 36 for, 24 against. The measure will most likely go in effect after the March tl council meeting. The measure adds $3 to the basic monthly rate and .I0 per thousand gallons over each 25,000 gallons used monthly. Supper will honor Jim Dennison The Lewis County 4-H Council and Extension Council are sponsoring a carry-in supper on Saturday, March 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the youth building of the fairgrounds to show appreciation for the years Jim Dennison has given to Lewis County as youth specialist. This invitation Is extended to evets'one in Lewis County and neighboring counties. a building needs best way to prevent that situation, was administration salaries topics of discussion at the County C-1 School Board 13 discussion, the board a building needs study with the inclusion of a building located John Carv said he's call from Pierce arehitec- to know the school onship with Frank Hiser City. in determin- the Vo-Ag plans were a m addition to a planned study. This call was to needed to submit a the board was split on keep the items separate, or together. After a lot of agreed to try and C" situation, which was completion of art and hand school. agreed unanimously the to include both projec/s in the needs study, and to listen to all four architectural firms interested in making bids. The board had no squabbles with separating the factor system of teachers and administrators salaries. This had been a recent point of contention, because with the teachers and administrators Salaries tied together, the administrative raises were a proportiofiately larger in- crease. There was some concern in the ensuing discussion that incongruencies m administration Salaries would surface, with possibly some principals earning more than the superintendenL Ca, said that hadn't happened anywhere in the state. The board discussed, but took no action, on a public relations commit- tee. Car3' suggested an administration team select staff members to do one or two newsletters per year. The board came up with no concrete answer as when the best time to put out a newsletter would be. Cary said he knew of one other local school district,-- Hannibal that was using this type of system, and several of the board agreed to have a Hannibal representative come talk to the C-i board about courses of action. Cary said previous talk has included a booth at the Lewis County Fair. Board member Daniel Schmitz suggested a facts-and-figures handout might be used, and possibly distributed through hanks. Proposed calendars for the 1985 school year were presented to the board by Donna Collier. The board was to approve one of the two choices at a later date. In executive session, the board evaluated tenured teacher and admin- istrator's salaries, and issued con- trat:ts to all administrators at the same salary level as current, and offered a contract to Betty Lillard for Quiz Bowl extra-curricular activity. internationally since it's 1968 incorpor- ation. The group plays in large cities and small alike, delivering a similar message, of the importance of good understanding between peopleg of different places. The professional-quality show in- cludes vocal, instrumental and dance ontertainment to well-known songs and also company-composed material. Up With People often involves the audience in their selections. Members of the audience can never really know they Will be able to sit back and enjoy. They may end up clapping along, singing along, swaying or even up on stage. , ........ A number of Canton residents are opening their homes to house members of the troupe, The staying with host families is an integral part of the Up With People experience, offering an exchange of ideas, and learning . situations on a one-to-one or small group basis. , The cast coming to Canton has toured much of the Unfted States and Canada, and will later perform at the Vatican and elsewhere in Europe, The other four groups are currently on tour at various other places throughout the globe. The Up With People performance is being sponsored by the Press-New Journal, Culver-Stockton College, and the Canton Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are $3,50 for senior citizens twith proper card) and students, and $4.50 for adults. All ti.es are $1 more at the door, There is still an opportunity J[or people to host a member of the Up With People cast. Call 288-5211 for information. I COUNTYWIDE Vegetable gardening program Tues. Area Horticultural Specialist Kermit p.m., at the Canton State Bank. Hildahl will speak on the topic of The meeting is open to the public vegetable gardening February 26, at 7 and there is no admission charge. R-V sets make-up days Canton R-V school will be in sessmn of several snow make-up days. Friday, March 1. which had been The Easter Vacation has also been scheduled for a teacher's meeting, reduced to just Good Friday to make The school will be in session as one up the other snow days. VFW soup day Feb. 22 The LaGrange-Canton VFW Post The menu will consist of chili, 4(r3 and Auxiliary are sponsoring vegetable and potato soup, sand- Washington's Birthday soup day wiches, pie and drink. Serving will Friday, Feb. 22, at the American be from 11 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Legion Hall in Canton. NECAC cheese distribution schedule NECAC in Lewis County will distribute commodities on March 7. 8 and 11 'from 9 to : at the Canton NECAC office. Commodities consisting of cheese and butter will be distributed in March unless other commodities become available. Those who do not have an appointment time for this distribution, should contact the local office for a time. Those who have never received corn modifies before and are wondering if they are eligible, should contact their local office. events being added to Lewis Co. Fair schedule demolition derby, a .competition can expect to receive intendents, announced that the Lewis County Fair and Wayne Murphy of Williamstown a display of "The a car show, a music ndana', and an antique been added to the events for the 1985 Lewis which will be held July 15 21. Plans for these led at a meeting County Fair Association evening, Feb. 5. at the Robert Toops, Williams. presided over the demolition derby will be evening, July 18. Ewing, derby conrdin- that the derby will be feature for this said that he became ha_ving one at the Lewis alter attending a derby summer at the Iowa contestants in this awards of cash prizes and trophies. Serving as show superintendent is Bud Davis of Ewing and Kenneth Brown of Lewistown will serve as assistant. The derby will replace the three wheeler race event, which was cancelled. A stunt and thrill show, featuring Jack Kochman and his drivers, is scheduled for Wednesday evening. July 17. This group will demonstrate pickup precision driving and a pickup truck jump plus motorcycle super- stars. Kechman will also bring "The General Lee," an original car from the "Dukes of Hazzard" TV show, which will be ondisplay at the fair during the same evening. The thrill show will replace the "Figure 8" derby, which has been, cancelled. The first annual car show will be held this year and is scheduled for Sunday, July 21." Awards of free dash plaques will be given to the first 100 ntries and T-shirts will be given to the rst 50 entries, plus trophies to win- ners. Classes include the following:" street machines from 1949 through 1985, all years of super stock. 4x4 pickups, 2 wheel-drive pickups, all makes of vans, rods, antique pre-1949 cars, originality, best engine, paint and body, inteor, travel the longest distance, the club with most entries, and a class for Lewis County cars only. Toops is superintendent of this show, With Brown and Mrs. Sandy Penn of Lewiston serving as assistants. "Bandana," a group of national recording artists, has been contracted to perform at the grandstand music show during the fair on Saturday evening, July 20. Another music feature is the fiddle contest, which is scheduled for Friday evening, July 19. Chester Gaus and Eldon Gaus of Ewing are serving as contest super- Stanley Boltz o! Monticello was present at the meeting and requested permission to have an antique tractor pull at the fair The board voted in the affirmative and scheduled it for Saturday morning, July 20. The sanction garden tractor and mini hot rod pull will be held Saturday afternoon, with William Gaus of Ewing serving as superintendent. A car demolition derby will be held on Sunday evening, July 21. Prize money and trophies will be awarded to winners. Russell Schultz of Ewing is serving as superintendent assisted by Carroll Garkie of LaGrange and Norrfian Adams of Canton. During the derby intermission, there will be a demonstration by the Lewis County Rescue Squad. Prize money for the open horse show has been increased from $1,200 to $1,400. Sam Henderson, LaGrange Horse Show has now become the largest show of its kind in this section of the state, north of the St. Louis area. The stomper pull has been scheduled for Friday evening, July 19. Robert Deters of Lewistown is serving as superintendent and Steve Banner of LaGrange and Troy Brown of Lewis. town are serving assistants. The pedal powered tractor pull will be held on Friday evening, July 19. Earl Feld- kamp, LaGrange, is superintendent and Joyce Feldkamp of LaGrange and Brian Munzlinger of Williamstown are serving as assistants. It was announced that both men and women will qualify for run any type of saw at the wood sawing contest scheduled for Saturday afternoon. July 21. The contest includes classes for both chain saw and crosscut saws. Melvin Paul Grgurich of Monticello are in charge of this event. The 2nd annual IAwis County Fair queen contest will be held on Tuesday evening, July 16. Mrs. Tammy Miller of LaGrange is pageantdirector. Miss Luena Sparks of LaGrange was chosen last summer to reign as the first Lewis County Fair queen. Toops introduced two new board members at the meeting, Mrs LLvraa Daughtry of Canton is now serving as the representative of the Benjamitt:i'L Club. Sam Henderson of LaG'ange isa  new member and is a representative of the Walnut Grove 4-H Club. A report of the meeting of the Missouri Association of Fair Conven- tions held in January was given to board members by Robert Caw of Canton and Russell Schultz of Ewing, coulaty delegates. Mrs. Cary and Mrs. III I I ] I See FAIR, page 3a PRESS-NE tFS JOURNAL (USPS 088-820) Thursday, February 21, 1985 Vol. No. XV, New Series No. 8 Canton, Missouri 63435 neral Sat for auto Tickets on sale for Mar. 30 er Bud Miller [services were held Saturday auto dealer who diet (Bud Miller. 62. of Canton. Feb. 14. 1985. in Osteopathic Hospital. Lee Bud Miller was born on March 26. 1922. a son of md Mary Lee Miller He Clark in Kirksville was a veteran of the serxed in World War l[ He of Immanuel United Church of Canton. In his be worked at Peterson m Greentop He later Fessler Motor Co. in Edina Iler and famdv moved to December of 1970 and he Miller Motor Company. a and Oldsrrlobfle dealership The family is currently running the dealership Survivors include his wife; a son. Bryan Clark Miller of Canton; a sister. Mrs. Charlen Erdmen of Belmond. la.: and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents and a son. Funeral services were held Saturday in the Davis Funeral Home in Canton. conducted by the Rey. Robert Gall Woods. Music was furnished bv Bill Berry with Mrs. Ruth Ayers at the organ. Pall hearers were Fred Erdman. Leonard Clark. Bruce Darr, Phil Erdman. Brad Darr and Brent Darr. Honorars. pall bearers were H W. Bader. Mark Schaller. Kenneth Pearl. Lee Lake., Ton)' Jacobs and Rod Merrell. Burial was in Park View Memorial Gardens in Kirksville. Memorials may be made to the Kidney Foundation. Lewis Co. Pageant TcKets for the annual Miss Lewis County Pageant will go on sale this week. The price for tickets will be $350 in advance and S4.00 at the door. Tickets may he purchased at the following locations: In Canton at Fretwell Insurance Agency. Shear Class. Canton State Bank: i LaGrange at Farmers and Mrchanls Bank: and at Lewistown State Bank, Bank of Monticello, and Bank of LaBelle This year's pageant is quickly taking form and promises to be .an entertaining evening. Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Terry Sherer, who will also be performing with the contestants. He has been involved in both music and drama, and has been the M.C. for the Miss Quincy Pageant. The Miss Lewis County Pageant will be held Saturday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m in the Alexander Campbell Auditorium. and struck a tree. about |st of Quincy on II1. 104. Perrine, 26, was dead on arrival at Blessing Saturday evening. was apparently east- 104 when his car hit an pavement, according to Police at Pittsfield. control of his vehicle. across the'road and struck Perrine killed P.o,,...,..._ .r--,, C-S Alumni Musical trip o.e of the spots is in Mexico featuring the colorful costumes of "'El son de la ident Sat. Telefund=34,0OO markPaSt Up With People'S" here Tuesd.ay man died Saturday after he Survivors include his wife: his of his car on an icy patch parents. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Perrine It's only four days from this publication date before the Interna- tional Up With People troupe arrives .in Canton. Cast C, one of five touring companies of Up With People will arrive Monday evening in Canton in preparation for the show Tuesday night at Alexander Campbell Auditor- ium. The eighth annual Culver-Stookton College Mumni Telefund has finished its second week of calling with over $34,000 of the $45,000 goal raised. The top student callers after the second week are Connie Mueller, a sophomore from Hannibal; Jeff Bridges, a sophomore from Belleville, Ill. ; and Anna Todd, a freshman from Pekin, Ill. Mueller holds on to the top LaGrange voters approved water of Maywood; two brothers, Douglas Perrine of Rogers, Ark.. and David Perrine of Puxico. Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Darnell of Philadelphia and Mrs Kevin Martin of Lewistown: his grandmother. Mrs. oldie Abell of Durham: and other relaties. He was preceded in death by his grandpar- ents. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Mount Olivet Baptist Church. Conducted by the Rev, Scott Montgom- ery. Burial was in Durham Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Durham CemeterY, Associatm or to the Heart Fund. " Music was furnished by Glen Egley with Mrs. Alyce Montgomery accom- panist. Pall bearers were Walter Adams. David Kroeger, Dr. John McDougall, Glen Parrish, David Predmore and Robert Schomake. Perrine was born Nov. a son of Duane and He married GLoria Jean 1978, in Dur::l'rl President and computer for Computer Practice He had served four Air Force, including two England. Mr. Perrine Olivet Baptist Church spot for the second week in a row, Two members of the cast, Tami while Bridges moves into the top ten Montee and Shawnalee Easterling, for the first time during the telefund, have made numerous appearances Todd slipped to third after the second before local clubs, churches, and week representatives of the media, to help The top teams are Chi Omega No. set up the visit, led by Connie Mueller and Am .... t,,vas,,okaewnwhat other definite Bringer, a sophomore from Palmyra, activites would be included in the visit in first place, and the Christadelphns to Canton. team, led by Anna Todd and James Up With People has been traveling Glaubitz in second. The McDonald Hall team led by Terri Ford, a sophomore from Bowling Green, and Lori Luton, a senior from Ft. Madison, Iowa, is in third place. b ildi g d d " " " rate increase ,. u n nee s, a mlnlstratlve LaGrange voters approved a base d" dbc B d water rate increase in a special S lSCUSSe -1 oar election Tuesday. The measure passed 141-115 in all three wards. In an earlier election several months ago, the proposal failed in two of the wards. The vote in the north ward was 52 for, 48 against; middle ward - 53 for, 43 against; and south ward- 36 for, 24 against. The measure will most likely go in effect after the March tl council meeting. The measure adds $3 to the basic monthly rate and .I0 per thousand gallons over each 25,000 gallons used monthly. Supper will honor Jim Dennison The Lewis County 4-H Council and Extension Council are sponsoring a carry-in supper on Saturday, March 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the youth building of the fairgrounds to show appreciation for the years Jim Dennison has given to Lewis County as youth specialist. This invitation Is extended to evets'one in Lewis County and neighboring counties. a building needs best way to prevent that situation, was administration salaries topics of discussion at the County C-1 School Board 13 discussion, the board a building needs study with the inclusion of a building located John Carv said he's call from Pierce architec- to know the school onship with Frank Hiser City. in determin- the Vo-Ag plans were a m addition to a planned study. This call was to needed to submit a the board was split on keep the items separate, or together. After a lot of agreed to try and C" situation, which was completion of art and hand school. agreed unanimously the to include both projec/s in the needs study, and to listen to all four architectural firms interested in making bids. The board had no squabbles with separating the factor system of teachers and administrators salaries. This had been a recent point of contention, because with the teachers and administrators Salaries tied together, the administrative raises were a proportiofiately larger in- crease. There was some concern in the ensuing discussion that incongruencies m administration Salaries would surface, with possibly some principals earning more than the superintendenL Ca, said that hadn't happened anywhere in the state. The board discussed, but took no action, on a public relations commit- tee. Car3' suggested an administration team select staff members to do one or two newsletters per year. The board came up with no concrete answer as when the best time to put out a newsletter would be. Cary said he knew of one other local school district,-- Hannibal that was using this type of system, and several of the board agreed to have a Hannibal representative come talk to the C-i board about courses of action. Cary said previous talk has included a booth at the Lewis County Fair. Board member Daniel Schmitz suggested a facts-and-figures handout might be used, and possibly distributed through hanks. Proposed calendars for the 1985 school year were presented to the board by Donna Collier. The board was to approve one of the two choices at a later date. In executive session, the board evaluated tenured teacher and admin- istrator's salaries, and issued con- trat:ts to all administrators at the same salary level as current, and offered a contract to Betty Lillard for Quiz Bowl extra-curricular activity. internationally since it's 1968 incorpor- ation. The group plays in large cities and small alike, delivering a similar message, of the importance of good understanding between peopleg of different places. The professional-quality show in- cludes vocal, instrumental and dance ontertainment to well-known songs and also company-composed material. Up With People often involves the audience in their selections. Members of the audience can never really know they Will be able to sit back and enjoy. They may end up clapping along, singing along, swaying or even up on stage. , ........ A number of Canton residents are opening their homes to house members of the troupe, The staying with host families is an integral part of the Up With People experience, offering an exchange of ideas, and learning . situations on a one-to-one or small group basis. , The cast coming to Canton has toured much of the Unfted States and Canada, and will later perform at the Vatican and elsewhere in Europe, The other four groups are currently on tour at various other places throughout the globe. The Up With People performance is being sponsored by the Press-New Journal, Culver-Stockton College, and the Canton Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are $3,50 for senior citizens twith proper card) and students, and $4.50 for adults. All ti.es are $1 more at the door, There is still an opportunity J[or people to host a member of the Up With People cast. Call 288-5211 for information. I COUNTYWIDE Vegetable gardening program Tues. Area Horticultural Specialist Kermit p.m., at the Canton State Bank. Hildahl will speak on the topic of The meeting is open to the public vegetable gardening February 26, at 7 and there is no admission charge. R-V sets make-up days Canton R-V school will be in sessmn of several snow make-up days. Friday, March 1. which had been The Easter Vacation has also been scheduled for a teacher's meeting, reduced to just Good Friday to make The school will be in session as one up the other snow days. VFW soup day Feb. 22 The LaGrange-Canton VFW Post The menu will consist of chili, 4r3 and Auxiliary are sponsoring vegetable and potato soup, sand- Washington's Birthday soup day wiches, pie and drink. Serving will Friday, Feb. 22, at the American be from 11 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Legion Hall in Canton. NECAC cheese distribution schedule NECAC in Lewis County will distribute commodities on March 7. 8 and 11 'from 9 to : at the Canton NECAC office. Commodities consisting of cheese and butter will be distributed in March unless other commodities become available. Those who do not have an appointment time for this distribution, should contact the local office for a time. Those who have never received corn modifies before and are wondering if they are eligible, should contact their local office. events being added to Lewis Co. Fair schedule demolition derby, a .competition can expect to receive intendents, announced that the Lewis County Fair and Wayne Murphy of Williamstown a display of "The a car show, a music ndana', and an antique been added to the events for the 1985 Lewis which will be held July 15 21. Plans for these led at a meeting County Fair Association evening, Feb. 5. at the Robert Toops, Williams. presided over the demolition derby will be evening, July 18. Ewing, derby conrdin- that the derby will be feature for this said that he became ha_ving one at the Lewis alter attending a derby summer at the Iowa contestants in this awards of cash prizes and trophies. Serving as show superintendent is Bud Davis of Ewing and Kenneth Brown of Lewistown will serve as assistant. The derby will replace the three wheeler race event, which was cancelled. A stunt and thrill show, featuring Jack Kochman and his drivers, is scheduled for Wednesday evening. July 17. This group will demonstrate pickup precision driving and a pickup truck jump plus motorcycle super- stars. Kechman will also bring "The General Lee," an original car from the "Dukes of Hazzard" TV show, which will be ondisplay at the fair during the same evening. The thrill show will replace the "Figure 8" derby, which has been, cancelled. The first annual car show will be held this year and is scheduled for Sunday, July 21." Awards of free dash plaques will be given to the first 100 ntries and T-shirts will be given to the rst 50 entries, plus trophies to win- ners. Classes include the following:" street machines from 1949 through 1985, all years of super stock. 4x4 pickups, 2 wheel-drive pickups, all makes of vans, rods, antique pre-1949 cars, originality, best engine, paint and body, inteor, travel the longest distance, the club with most entries, and a class for Lewis County cars only. Toops is superintendent of this show, With Brown and Mrs. Sandy Penn of Lewiston serving as assistants. "Bandana," a group of national recording artists, has been contracted to perform at the grandstand music show during the fair on Saturday evening, July 20. Another music feature is the fiddle contest, which is scheduled for Friday evening, July 19. Chester Gaus and Eldon Gaus of Ewing are serving as contest super- Stanley Boltz o! Monticello was present at the meeting and requested permission to have an antique tractor pull at the fair The board voted in the affirmative and scheduled it for Saturday morning, July 20. The sanction garden tractor and mini hot rod pull will be held Saturday afternoon, with William Gaus of Ewing serving as superintendent. A car demolition derby will be held on Sunday evening, July 21. Prize money and trophies will be awarded to winners. Russell Schultz of Ewing is serving as superintendent assisted by Carroll Garkie of LaGrange and Norrfian Adams of Canton. During the derby intermission, there will be a demonstration by the Lewis County Rescue Squad. Prize money for the open horse show has been increased from $1,200 to $1,400. Sam Henderson, LaGrange Horse Show has now become the largest show of its kind in this section of the state, north of the St. Louis area. The stomper pull has been scheduled for Friday evening, July 19. Robert Deters of Lewistown is serving as superintendent and Steve Banner of LaGrange and Troy Brown of Lewis. town are serving assistants. The pedal powered tractor pull will be held on Friday evening, July 19. Earl Feld- kamp, LaGrange, is superintendent and Joyce Feldkamp of LaGrange and Brian Munzlinger of Williamstown are serving as assistants. It was announced that both men and women will qualify for run any type of saw at the wood sawing contest scheduled for Saturday afternoon. July 21. The contest includes classes for both chain saw and crosscut saws. Melvin Paul Grgurich of Monticello are in charge of this event. The 2nd annual I&wis County Fair queen contest will be held on Tuesday evening, July 16. Mrs. Tammy Miller of LaGrange is pageantdirector. Miss Luena Sparks of LaGrange was chosen last summer to reign as the first Lewis County Fair queen. Toops introduced two new board members at the meeting, Mrs LLvrtm Daughtry of Canton is now serving the representative of the Benjamitt:i'i:. Club. Sam Henderson of LaG'ange isa  new member and is a representative of the Walnut Grove 4-H Club. A report of the meeting of the Missouri Association of Fair Conven- tions held in January was given to board members by Robert Caw of Canton and Russell Schultz of Ewing, coulaty delegates. Mrs. Cary and Mrs. III I I ] I See FAIR, page 3a