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Page 6 Wednesday, September 5, 2012 The Adams County Record Continued from frontpage weather was perfect, and perhaps a few records were set over the 3-day weekend. An estimated 900 attend- ed the barbeque lunch on Sunday. Approximately 100 volunteers staffed the BBQ meal, and for the first time in 47 years, there was no leftover meat to sell! Many happy eaters said it was the best beef they've ever had, while many oth- ers asked for the recipe for the coleslaw and the baked beans. The two new events, the carnival and mud volley- ball, were huge successes, especially for the nighttime crowds. While the little kids were thrilled with the roller coaster and other rides and games of the car- nival, the Meadows Valley teens put on what many folks hope will become an annual mud volleyball tournament. "I hope it becomes an annual event," said Bill Brown, Adams County Commissioner. "The kids were happy, and that's what it's all about." Brown also donated the dirt for the muddy vol- leyball court, and his yard now sports a new frog pond for the grandkids to enjoy. Congratulations to Meadows Valley high school student Justice Gregerson and Jessi Martin of the City of New Meadows for organizing this crowd-pleasing event. The winning team of the tournament was Brown's Mountain Market, with players Adrien Wilson, Cynda Lloyd, Samantha York, Cody Fraze, Jamie McCloud, Justin Swift, Shadyn Wallace, and Denise Gerou. Pairing Meadows Valley Days with the grand open- ing of the historic New Meadows depot also resulted in resounding suc- cess. The depot recorded over 700 visitors, though many more may not have signed the guest book. Large crowds streamed through the historic exhib- its in the sparkling halls of the depot throughout the long holiday weekend. 'N huge number of people were reacquainting them- selves with old acquain- tances this weekend, " said Rodney Pratt, President of the Adams County Historical Society. "The grandson and granddaugh- ter of Colonel Heigho, the founder of New Meadows, were here, along with their children and families. Also, many former employees of the PIN railway visited here;' he said. (Ed. Note: If you want to interview Rod more about who was here this weekend and what sto- ries were told, his phone number is 347-2240). The car show featured an estimated 75 antique and classic cars. A detailed list of winners of the four con- test classifications follows: Car Show Winners 1. Best of Class: 1969 Chevrolet Pick-up, Michael Johnson, Payette; 1955 Ford Pick-up, Ron Mahan, Meridian; 1940 Buick, Pete and Norma Walker, New Meadows; 1947 Ford, Wall), Croughan, Boise; 1955 Buick Century, Buddy Allen, Payette; 1950 Ford Woody Wagon, Jim and Norma Vermillion, Caldwell; 1965 Pontiac GTO, Ed and LewAnn Hass, Emmett; 1931 Ford Model A Pick-up, Norman Dean, Nampa; 1919 Ford Model T Roadster Pick-up, George Dilley, Parma; 1914 Ford Model T Speedster, Gary and Barbara Westcott, Vale, OR; 1924 Model T Ford, Jeremy and Sara, Meridian; 1922 Ford Model T, Tyson Crossley, Nampa; 1932 Ford Roadster, Dick and Rena Curtis, Kuna; 1938 Chrysler Imperial, Tony Robello, Boise; 1926 Willys Knight, Liz Beck, Nampa; 1987 Porsche, Dennis Hart, New Meadows; 1932 Ford, Rod Dennis, McCall; 1969 AMX, Mike and Loft Tilton, Riggins. 2. Sheriff's Choice (also Best of Class): 1929 Model A Ford, Ernie Barnett, Eagle. 3. People's Choice: k969 Ford Mustang, Jack Jones, Payette; 1936 Ford Sedan, Rob and Jane Hurd, Boise; 1947 Ford Club Coupe, John and Mary Brown, Council; 1969 AMX, Mike and Lori Tilton, Riggins; 1960 Chevy El Camino, Ferdand |eneau, McCall. 4. Best of Show: 1936 Ford Sedan, Rob and Jane Hurd, Boise; 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1, Jack Jones, Payette. Logging Show Winners The logging show once again proved itself to be the most unique and crowd- pleasing event in the State of Idaho. Participants came from as far away as Sydney, Australia and Trencin, Slovakia, but it was the athletes from New Meadows who were most victorious in the variety of logging events. Junior Burling: 1. Chris Slettum 2. Slo/e Alan 3. Greg Gregersen 4. Tuff Bentz 5. Camren Baker. Senior Burling: 1. Shadyn Wallace 2. Dave Hearold 3. Grahm Johnson 4. Steven Shivers 5. Logan Logan. Ax Throw: 1. Andrea Yoakum, New Meadows; 2. Brian Yoakum, New Meadows; 3. Lee Helmandollar, New Meadows; 4. Mike Anyan, New Meadows; 5. Justin Swift, New Meadows. Choker Set Race: 1. Brian Yoakum, New Meadows, 13.45 seconds; 2. Doug Buys, New Meadows, 14.22 seconds; 3. Justin Swift, New Meadows, 14.69 seconds; 4. Steven Shivers, New Meadows, 14.74 seconds; 5. Leonard Wallace, New Meadows, 14.86 seconds. Wrapper Toss: 1. Mike Wallace, New Meadows, 21.16 seconds; 2. Bear Loper, New Meadows, 27.8 e system Big City Selection All At One Location FROM TINA WARNER Sam Warner, Lowell Tietje, Ralph Carson, Joe Warner, Ben Warner and Charles Warner as they installed the final water line for the Bear Fire Department recently. seconds; 3. Brian Yoakum, New Meadows, 28.26 sec- onds; 4. Lucas Nicholson, New Meadows, 31.07 sec- onds; 5. Doug Buys, New Meadows, 35.31 seconds. Jack and Jill Woodchop: 1. Shadyn Wallace and Nicki Brown, New Meadows, 29.3 seconds; 2. Doug Buys and Chrystal Roff, New Meadows; 32.9 seconds; 3. Rick Howland and Tara Ysais, New Meadows, 34.51 seconds; 4. Tina Joiner and James Joiner, New Meadows, 34.89 seconds; 5. Johnny Brown Jr. and Kayrene Brown, New Meadows, 36.59 seconds. Jack and Jill Crosscut: 1. Jesse Silva and Marshall Moy, 14.53 seconds; Justin Peterson and Janelle Eller, New Meadows, 16.99 seconds; 3. Bear Loper and Stacy Loper, New Meadows, 16.99 seconds; 4. Mike Wallace and Jodi Bauer, New Meadows, 17.11 seconds; 5. Brian Yoakum and Andrea Yoakum, New Meadows, 17.52 seconds. Jack and Jack Crosscut: 1. Mike Wallace and Leonard Wallace, New Meadows, 16.23 seconds; 2. Brian Yoakum and Ryan ZoUman, New Meadows, 16.6 sec- onds; 3. Lucas Nicholson and Justin Peterson, New Meadows, 18.67 seconds; 4. Doug Buys and Johnny Brown Jr., New Meadows, 25.78 seconds; 5. Blake Rouzer and Bear Loper, New Meadows, 26.28 sec- onds. Jill and Jill Crosscut: 1. Nicki Brown and Jessica Wallace, New Meadows, 15.89 seconds; 2. Stacy Loper and Brett Loper, New Meadows, 26.61 sec- onds; 3. Andrea Yoakum and Tara Ysais, New Meadows, 27.35 seconds; 4. Chrystal Roff and Tina Joiner, New Meadows, 36.78 seconds. Obstacle Buck: 1. Mike Shepard, Riggins, 17.27 seconds; 2. Bear Loper, New Meadows, 19.98 sec- onds; 3. Justin Wallace, New Meadows, 33.1 sec- onds; 4. Lucas Nicholson, New Meadows, 33.19 sec- onds; 5. Mike Anyan, New Meadows, 37.48 seconds. Fiasco Race: 1. Rusty Bentz, Brett Loper, and Bear Loper, New Meadows, 1:31.87; 2. Johnny Brown Jr., Tamera Buys, and Shadyn Wallace, New Meadows, Marsing, New Meadows, 1:44.90; 3. Justin Wallace, Jessie Wallace, and Bear Loper, New Meadows, 1:49.45; 4. Lucas Nicholson, Beth Nicholson, and Justin Peterson, New Meadows, 1:58.10; 5. Darrin Buys, Chrystal Roff, and Doug Buys, New Meadows, 2:12.04. All Around Champion: Women - Nicki Brown; Men - Bear Loper A photo DVD with over 1000 photos of the 3-day Meadows Valley Days cel- ebration is available from Brett Loper. Call Brett at 630-3253 to order a DVD (cost is $7.00 delivered by mail), or pick one up for $5.00 at The Connection in downtown New Meadows. You can also view photos from the event online at www.meadowsvalleydays. org. Corrections & Clarifications Last weeks Booster Club ad in the Fall Sports Preview incorrectly said the tailgate party would be on the wrong date. The tailgate party is scheduled for September 7 at 5:00 PM. We apologize for the misprint. Parts and Service Open On Saturday We service all makes and models Quality Service Award Winning Factory Trained Technician STEVES Phone (208) 549-3310 -Toll Free (800) 658-5080 602 Highway 95 Weiser, Idaho 83672 www.hometownmotors.com