Another successful Antique Fair was enjoyed in Memphis August 20th through the 24th.
Winners of the tractor games were: Chain Drag – Brian Briggs; Slow Poke Race – Gene Brown; Barrel Roll – Jason Steele; Ball Drop – Mike Becraft; Wagon Backing – Brian Briggs; Chicken in a Pot – Brian Dalton and Dwayne Durham; Toilet Bowl – Jason Steele; Balancing – Cody Moore. Prizes were donated by Farm Bureau.
Winners of the Poker Run were First Place – Brandon Nylin with a Full House, 2nd Place – James Dalton with a 3 of a Kind and 3rd Place – Andrew Doscher with 2 Pairs.
Winners of the Garden Tractor Show were: Oldest – Dylan Mohr with a Bush Hog and Best Restored – Doc Wiggins with a Gravely.
Winners of the Tractor Show: Best Restored Antique – Jim Chance of Dallas, TX with a 1938 Allis Chalmers WC; Best Restored Classic – Russell Grubb of Hannibal, MO with a 1953 Ford Jubilee; Farthest Distance – Jim Chance of Dallas, TX; Oldest – Mathes Family with a 1935 John Deere A and Most Original – Brian Briggs with a 1957 Super 77 Oliver.
Mike Eastin of Gillette, WY took home all three awards in the Engine Show which included Oldest, Best Restored and Farthest Distance.
Jerry Daniels from Moulton, IA was the winner of the Best Restored Machinery with his Sandwich Junior Corn Sheller.