The Hancock-Henderson Quill, Inc.
Olde Tymers gathered at the 18th Annual Olde Tyme Farm Show and enjoyed working together to bring over 95 exhibts of their prize tractors, wagons and equipment last weekend. Although, the rains came the first day and forced cancelation of their tractor pulls, it did not dampen the spirits of these men who often have set-backs in their farming operations.
Great exhibits and music, delicious ham and beans, homemade pies, and ice cream, and many games for the children were part of the weekend. The event ended with a parade of tractors that went from the Stronghurst fairgrounds to the Oak Lane and Oak Wood Assisted Living and back to the fairgrounds to end their weekend. The event is scheduled again for next year.
Roger Kelly of Biggsville is in the parade of tractors at the Olde Tyme Farm Show's tractor parade Saturday driving his McCormick Deering FARMALL 1949 B. Kelly displays all sizes of FARMALL red tractors.
Donnie Carnes, Biggsville hooks up a green John Deere Triumph wagon to his FARMALL 450 Diesel tractor.
Barry Dowell of Stronghurst drives his tractor during the Olde Tymers parade of tractors Saturday