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PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. f Fairgrounds: full sch00,00lule join DJ Mark Denish from Why-Not Entertainment for a night of fun and karaoke in the adult gardens. The Lewis County Fair will again include Sunday events. A new event for "old time" cowboy lovers is an event by the Cowboy Mounted Shooting, a "Fair Time Shoot". See cowboys and cowgirls in period cos- tume race against time, shooting at a pattern of balloons off a horse at full speed. The Adult Gardens opens at 2 p.m. Sunday for the arena events. At 3 p.m. the Judging and Awards for the Antique Tractor Show will finish. Each contes- tant that enters the Antique Tractor Show will receive recognition. Sunday at 5 p.m.. the ECMTPA and CMPA Trac- tor & Truck Pull start down the track. Five classes of tractors and two classes of trucks provide entertain- ment to finish the fair for the year. Local trucks will pull after the main event. (Cnt. from page 17) All starting times will be drmined by the number ot[eams. ,.:: Saturday night the grandstand arena will be he to the fast roaring h'h flying of Supercross les - Bikes and Quads back -to-back in one night. Pimoters, Ed Grugrich a S Tim Murphy return tl year to supervise the dign and development of tl track and run the races. .: Practice begins at 5:00 p:m. and racing begins at 7ktl0 p.m. After the races, Young royalty from 2008 contest with her sister, Tristan, where they attend Canton Elementary School. She enjoys dance, basketball, soccer, swimming, softball and playing with her sister. Her favorite part of the fair was riding around the arena ZOE PORTER C- Cole Goings is the son of David and Kristen of Durham. He is six and is going into first grade this fall. He is active in Oyster Piirie Clover Kids. '-' Goings plays T-ball for the Durham league, plays soccer for the Lewis Coun- ty league and participates in-Gem City Gymnastics in Quincy, Ill. Goings is a member ot the Notre Dame Catholic church in LaGrange. His favorite part about the fair was the demo derby, rides, animals, and the cheesy fries and cotton candy. Zoe Porter, daughter of Chad and Jennifer Por- ter, lives in Canton along in the back of a pickup with the Fair Queen before the demolition derby. :iiLUiitii- i READ ALL ABOUTTHE i _ == COUNTY FAIR- IN YOUR - ---- COUNTY PAPER - -=== i! The Press-News Journal 3"11.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111T GOOD LUCK TO ALL YOUTH AT THE!FAIR, , WITH YOUR 4-H EXHIBITS. Cuttin ' Corner Owner and Hair Stylist Debbie Cottrell Phone 583-288-3884 312 Lewis St. ~ Canton, Mo. Lewis A rrl F6r BRENDA GUNLOCK LEWIS CO. RECORDER OF DEEDS Fair Book is dedicated to Dick Boone COLE GOINGS The 2009 Lewis Coun- ty Fair Book is dedicated to Richard (Dick) Boone of Lewistown, Mo. He was born Septem- ber 15, 1933, near Sharp- esburg, son of Everett and Leila Boone, He received his education from Sharp- esburg School and LaBelle School and graduated from Lewistown High School m 1951. On May 31, 1953 he married Helen Noble of Ewing. Boone served two years in the U.S. Army in 1954 and 1955 stationed in Ar- kansas and Texas. Upon his discharge from the army he and Helen moved back to the family farm southwest of Lewistown, where they resided and celebrated 50 years of marriage. His wife Helen passed away in December 2003. Boone is actively involved in raising corn, beans, cat- tie, and busy with the day to day farming operations. They were the parents of two children. Jim and wife Kathy of Lewistown and Linda and husband Les Green of Ashland. They also have two grandchildren, Kaley Boone and Morgan Green. Boone and his late wife Helen were actively in- volved in getting the Lewis County Fair Started, They Lewis Co. Health Department Monticello 573-767-5312 Public Health is for Everybody ~ Everyday! The Staff of Ace Elder Automotive and all ,i Owner, Tracy Elder Rt. P, Canton Office 573-288-0300 Cell 573-406-2160 NAPA 573-288-8003 r e join in celebrating I DENMAN COUNTRY, /;th.,e 34'" year of the I, I DRUGS, INC. [ Le00N00S County Fa,r! I I 1 )-/ Ii Hope everyone enjoys" the shows. Ii CO000-FRY AIR00,00 ' I Free delivery to specified locations. | 00(-'-0000I00TIREMEN 'e I i Free mailingstoanywhere. I Phone 1-800-637-1300 or direct: L S T C.s ] O " / I - 5 7 3-4 9 y- 2 y 2 7 ' " l ;)' Bonniejansen, raanagingPharmacist, l ,.\\;,\......// I is a Lewis Co. native with over 37 I I years of professional experience. I "\\;, ... ;.!/ I I At Country Aire Retiremd] Ejtates, I Serving the pharmaceutical needs of I . we C.A.R.E.  I Northeast Missouri Communities. I r " . ..EO E ...  I I l I l I l l I I I I I l l J THURSDAY, JULY 2, 2009 - PAGE 18 RICHARD 'DICK' BOONE were active in 4-H with at the fair and visiting with their children and spent friends and watching his many hours lending a help- granddaughter Kaley show ing hand when needed. He her steers as part of her FFA still enjoys spending time project. Have Fun at the Lewis County Fair. Schmitz Communications Aaron D. and Mary Schmitz, Owners An Authorized Maxon Two-Way Dealer 20738 State Highway 156, Ewing, Mo. 63440 Phone: 573-494-3300 Cell: 573-248-9078 Email: aaron @ Web: http// SEE YOU AT THE FAIR.! VANCELL AND SHARON SCIFRES / Hwy.16 Monticello, Xo. 63457 ;Ph!"73aT8 3 iro bite 660'.341,I956 Purina - F Farm Supplies vs Seed ilizer- Chemicals RO. Box 56 TOLL FREE 1-888-619-2200 I PHONE 573-215-2200 573'2t5-2 We join in celebrating the 34th year of 00.he Lewis County Faw Arnold's Funeral Home Canton~Lewistown 1100 White St. 112 West Main St. Ph: 573-288-4488 573-215-2288 I /r Him | ;,HIPIBIIll ]]liIlllHIlii[||llil[ IBIIIN]INJI I|)lll Inlll| :: :