Can’t have a county fair without antique tractors PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 05 August 2013 11:53

ABOVE: Fans of antique tractors stop by and discuss various models that were on display Saturday during the Five-State Fair. For a photo of the winning tractor and its owner, see PAGE 3. L&T photo/Larry Phillips

LEFT: 2013 Five-State Fair Queen Cheyenne Holder hands $50 to John Newland of Liberal who was judged to have the best antique tractor during the fair’s antique tractor show. Judges of the event; Ethan Grubb of Denver, right foreground, and JoAnne Mansell and Richard Stoops, both of Liberal, picked Newland’s 1948 orange Minneapolis Moline tractor as top of show. Because of a generous anonymous donation, others receiving cash awards of $25 each were Jerry Bremenkamp, Dr. Jess Koons, Duane Burt and DeLari George, all of Liberal. L&T photo/Larry Phillips

 

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