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i Co. Fair contestants, escorts await winner announcement. Gerri Crabill is chosen i ,: ts Crabill, Cramsey, Neisen, Roberts and fair queen Gerri Crabill, Ewing, a spring ........ graduate of Highland High School, was named Miss Lewis County Fair Queen July 16 in the second fair pageant. Other contestants were Jill Cramsey, Nancy Casebier, Julie Roberts and Sara Neisen. First runner-up was Miss Cramsey, LaGrange, and second runner-up was Miss Casebier, Monticello. Miss Neisen was the talent award winner and Nancy Casebier was voted by the other contestants as Miss Congeniality. The contestants had talent, evening gown, and speech contests, and had the option to perform a talent. The speech part was added, because the state fair pageant added that category. Miss Luean Vaughn Sparks, Miss Lewis County Fair 1984, crowned the new queen and performed several musical numbers. Emcee was pageant director Tammy Miller. Part of the entertainment came from a trio called "The Pointless Sisters," consisting of Kelly Fast, Angels Slater and Kerry Merrell, all of LaGrange, who dressed as older ladies lip-synch- ed a rock song. Another part of the pageant was the Little Miss Lewis County Fair Pageant, featuring pre-school girls who received votes for the queen on a penny-vote basis. Candice Washburn was the winner of this pageant. Jimmy Mathis and John Bartz were escorts for Miss Washburn and the other eight contestants. Miss Crabill will compete in the Miss Missouri State Fair Pageant at a later date. Fair Photos by Skip Barton, Jean Sutcliffe, Scoff Dehner and Dan Steinbeck. it II III - r intricate designs. Bandana enjoys fast pace by Jean Sutcliffe The life of a musician can hardly be called glamorous if you are trying to forge your way to the top. Moreov, the grueling hours spent practicing and perfecting the material takes a lot out of a group mentally and physically. However, there is an exception to every rule and the group Bandana just might be that. The five-member country-western group has been together for about four years and seem to enjoy their fast paced life style. Every one of these men are exceedingly talented and versatile with their capabilities. Each member of the band has vocal abilities and at least two other musical skills they have acquired. [,on W/Iron, lead vocalist, exphdned that "the band is ou the read about I days out of the year." It is hard on the members' families, but  they enjoy what they do and have learned to accommodate to th/s lifestyle. Bandana traveled as an opening act with Roun/e MUsap and thus have gone on to win awards such as: top finalist in the 'Lsh Box" magazine. "Radio Programmer's Circe" award; a tolfive winner of "Billboard" maga- zine's 'dent In Action" award based on ,-Umud dum p-. were also one of 10 nominees for the "Academy of Country Mus/c's" vocal group of the year award. The song, "Killing Time", was Bandana's first top 0 hit. Sines then, they have had five saber top 40 hits. They are ctsrretly werktnlJ on their =ux00n, wm be by Warner Brothers and will be out shortly. Jerry Fox, bass guitarist, said, "We love to play at fairs, large or mull. We try to gear our shows towards the age-group of the crowd. If t Is a yonner crowd, we play faster lpaeed music. If the crowd is older, we tone It down a hit." Wilson said t they try to foams on the ages of 18 through 40. Bandana was very aecemmedattng. They invid people from the audlenee to feel free to ask questions, obtain autographs, and to take pictures at the ed of the show. They seemed to onJoy and to edapt to their unToendtngs. KIDS radio announcer introduces "Bandana" group. / L First runner-up Jill Cramsey, 1985 Fair Queen Gerri Crabill after pageant finale. IIII i I II I III Little Miss Co. Fair winner Candace Washburn grasps flowers, trophy. I I mT OY TI orrIF!CXl SALE I, Robert E. Vetch, Collector of Revenue vLthLn and for Levis County, Hl=owA. hersby give mottos, u provided in Omptar I/,0, Section 140.100 to I/,0.170 Revised Statutes of Ktuourl 1978 as 8needed, that I 8hll offer for role the hereimfter described lots and hind or so sch thereof am ,my be due for delinquent taxes on rue1 estate at the Court  Door in Hontlcello o the Fourth (4th) Htmday, the 26th day of Aqust. 1985, ccameo/g at I0:00 A.M., O f- Jld day Jad cotinuim8 day to day thereafter in a.cordasce th St=cue. Said lots and land situated tn Levis County, Hinsourl, and dertbed im 40 At, tea Trscts or other Legdl Hb-dtvtstmm =1 the Iota described by number, block, additions, etc., and the agareltS souat taxes, pmmlty, interest md test, uech year eeperately stated as follos: Amount of- Tin, Interest & Ns=eCa) of Oeer(s) sad Sec. Twp. Ra$. , Coat Per Vemr Description Appearing oa Lot Lot Elk. Land Tax Book 1962 I$ 194 TOTAL West AutO Auction clo Jim Alien Orig. Canton. lots 1,2,3,& h $ 6 $1&87.36 $1130.13 $1018.74 $3636.23 Stephen E. houord Tully Cnton, pt lota V. It.It. & . tevee Tully Canton, pt V. It.It. & . levee 2 13 $ 15.93 $ 12.91 '$ !1.39 $ 40.23 8 11 $ 7.72 $ 1.51 $ 6.62 $ 21.85 Larry D. Boudreeu 60 AcresSouth 60 Acres of se 21 63 7 $ 286.49 $ 226.71 $ 196.54 $ 709.7t Total delinquent tax, penalties, interest, and cost, are due thereon st the time of the =81e .lu.8...the cmJ of e4vertim Dated and Sealed at Honticello. lqo., thls 23rd day of July, 1965 tSsel) Robert E. Veatch, CoUector Of Revenue, Lem .mt - I -- IIIII I II I J iii i Co. Fair contestants, escorts await winner announcement. Gerri Crabill is chosen i ,: ts Crabill, Cramsey, Neisen, Roberts and fair queen Gerri Crabill, Ewing, a spring ........ graduate of Highland High School, was named Miss Lewis County Fair Queen July 16 in the second fair pageant. Other contestants were Jill Cramsey, Nancy Casebier, Julie Roberts and Sara Neisen. First runner-up was Miss Cramsey, LaGrange, and second runner-up was Miss Casebier, Monticello. Miss Neisen was the talent award winner and Nancy Casebier was voted by the other contestants as Miss Congeniality. The contestants had talent, evening gown, and speech contests, and had the option to perform a talent. The speech part was added, because the state fair pageant added that category. Miss Luean Vaughn Sparks, Miss Lewis County Fair 1984, crowned the new queen and performed several musical numbers. Emcee was pageant director Tammy Miller. Part of the entertainment came from a trio called "The Pointless Sisters," consisting of Kelly Fast, Angels Slater and Kerry Merrell, all of LaGrange, who dressed as older ladies lip-synch- ed a rock song. Another part of the pageant was the Little Miss Lewis County Fair Pageant, featuring pre-school girls who received votes for the queen on a penny-vote basis. Candice Washburn was the winner of this pageant. Jimmy Mathis and John Bartz were escorts for Miss Washburn and the other eight contestants. Miss Crabill will compete in the Miss Missouri State Fair Pageant at a later date. Fair Photos by Skip Barton, Jean Sutcliffe, Scoff Dehner and Dan Steinbeck. it II III - r intricate designs. Bandana enjoys fast pace by Jean Sutcliffe The life of a musician can hardly be called glamorous if you are trying to forge your way to the top. Moreov, the grueling hours spent practicing and perfecting the material takes a lot out of a group mentally and physically. However, there is an exception to every rule and the group Bandana just might be that. The five-member country-western group has been together for about four years and seem to enjoy their fast paced life style. Every one of these men are exceedingly talented and versatile with their capabilities. Each member of the band has vocal abilities and at least two other musical skills they have acquired. [,on W/Iron, lead vocalist, exphdned that "the band is ou the read about I days out of the year." It is hard on the members' families, but  they enjoy what they do and have learned to accommodate to th/s lifestyle. Bandana traveled as an opening act with Roun/e MUsap and thus have gone on to win awards such as: top finalist in the 'Lsh Box" magazine. "Radio Programmer's Circe" award; a tolfive winner of "Billboard" maga- zine's 'dent In Action" award based on ,-Umud dum p-. were also one of 10 nominees for the "Academy of Country Mus/c's" vocal group of the year award. The song, "Killing Time", was Bandana's first top 0 hit. Sines then, they have had five saber top 40 hits. They are ctsrretly werktnlJ on their =ux00n, wm be by Warner Brothers and will be out shortly. Jerry Fox, bass guitarist, said, "We love to play at fairs, large or mull. We try to gear our shows towards the age-group of the crowd. If t Is a yonner crowd, we play faster lpaeed music. If the crowd is older, we tone It down a hit." Wilson said t they try to foams on the ages of 18 through 40. Bandana was very aecemmedattng. They invid people from the audlenee to feel free to ask questions, obtain autographs, and to take pictures at the ed of the show. They seemed to onJoy and to edapt to their unToendtngs. KIDS radio announcer introduces "Bandana" group. / L First runner-up Jill Cramsey, 1985 Fair Queen Gerri Crabill after pageant finale. IIII i I II I III Little Miss Co. Fair winner Candace Washburn grasps flowers, trophy. I I mT OY TI orrIF!CXl SALE I, Robert E. Vetch, Collector of Revenue vLthLn and for Levis County, Hl=owA. hersby give mottos, u provided in Omptar I/,0, Section 140.100 to I/,0.170 Revised Statutes of Ktuourl 1978 as 8needed, that I 8hll offer for role the hereimfter described lots and hind or so sch thereof am ,my be due for delinquent taxes on rue1 estate at the Court  Door in Hontlcello o the Fourth (4th) Htmday, the 26th day of Aqust. 1985, ccameo/g at I0:00 A.M., O f- Jld day Jad cotinuim8 day to day thereafter in a.cordasce th St=cue. Said lots and land situated tn Levis County, Hinsourl, and dertbed im 40 At, tea Trscts or other Legdl Hb-dtvtstmm =1 the Iota described by number, block, additions, etc., and the agareltS souat taxes, pmmlty, interest md test, uech year eeperately stated as follos: Amount of- Tin, Interest & Ns=eCa) of Oeer(s) sad Sec. Twp. Ra$. , Coat Per Vemr Description Appearing oa Lot Lot Elk. Land Tax Book 1962 I$ 194 TOTAL West AutO Auction clo Jim Alien Orig. Canton. lots 1,2,3,& h $ 6 $1&87.36 $1130.13 $1018.74 $3636.23 Stephen E. houord Tully Cnton, pt lota V. It.It. & . tevee Tully Canton, pt V. It.It. & . levee 2 13 $ 15.93 $ 12.91 '$ !1.39 $ 40.23 8 11 $ 7.72 $ 1.51 $ 6.62 $ 21.85 Larry D. Boudreeu 60 AcresSouth 60 Acres of se 21 63 7 $ 286.49 $ 226.71 $ 196.54 $ 709.7t Total delinquent tax, penalties, interest, and cost, are due thereon st the time of the =81e .lu.8...the cmJ of e4vertim Dated and Sealed at Honticello. lqo., thls 23rd day of July, 1965 tSsel) Robert E. Veatch, CoUector Of Revenue, Lem .mt - I -- IIIII I II I J iii