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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. THURSDAY, MAY21, 2009 - PAGE 16 2009 ROYALTY - Queen Donna Collier and King Wal- ,lace House were crowned preceeding the Miss La- Grange Pageant. Crowning them were 2008 Queen Betty Vaughn and King John Solter. CANDY MAN - FBC La- Grange Interim Pastor Scott Hawes gathered candy along the parade route to give to his chil- dren. Steppers CAR SHOW - One of the many vehicles on display at the annual LaGrange Car Show. Awide variety of trucks and automobiles participated in the show. During the parade, this group of youngsters showed their rhythm and dance talent. There were many en- tries in the parade despite the chilly morning. ATTACK - Ky'Juan Duarte, 6, tries his luck at the Striker game where ringing the bell would win a prize. (At left) - This unusual bike was driv- en by Chris Sparks of LaGrange dur- ing the parade downtown on Satur- day, May 16. Contestants The pageant contestants and winners were (I-r): Sacoya Stapp, Dallas Kutcher, Rachel Powers, Court- ney Stewart, Laura Murphy - second runner up, Ve- ronica King- first runner up, and Kaylyn Cox - queen for the Junior Division. Sr. Divis,on contestants were Krissy Long - first runner-up, Sara Hoffman - second runner-up, Sahara Stapp - Sr. Queen, Leslie Powers and Shelby Grimsley. (At right) LITTLE ROYALTY- Little Princess of LaGrange was Kristen Kutcher and Little Prince was Adam Sherry. Last years royalty were EliZa- beth Connell and Andrew Nunn. ( Fun time Children all ages played on the Bunge run inflatable, during LaGrange Appreciation Days. Pictured above are six-year olds Justyce Clay and Rhiana Meyer, both of LaGrange .... , II Facts about America's Choir Suspended animation PNJ photo by Dan Steinbeck Highland's annual humanities night was Friday, May 15. Student work including paintings, woodwork, drawings, and these two cellophane athletes - a div- ing football player and a ready batter was displayed in the gym. 360 men and women volunteer their , time and talents to be in the Choir. TheChoir's first official performance ~as in August 1847. The Choir has sung for 10 presidents of the United States, beginning with President William H. Taft. To learn more about the Choir, visit www.mormontabernaclechoir.org the e Choir