History comes alive!

Club puts on show to educate public about past farm life in Ozark region.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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Lane Dannels, 12, takes a drive around the Tired Iron showgrounds on the club's new "driver's ed tractor" with Glenn Smith.

Lane Dannels, 12, takes a drive around the Tired Iron showgrounds on the club's new "driver's ed tractor" with Glenn Smith.
Photo by Randy Moll

It was again a busy weekend at the Tired Iron of the Ozarks showgrounds south of Gentry on April 15-17 as the antique engine and tractor club held its 19th Annual Spring Crank-up and Swap Meet.


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