Old-fashioned food & fun

 
Messenger photo by Mike Munden

John Secrest (left) fills a jar with boiling apple butter before passing it to Lewis Conway for a lid. The sale of apple butter, pork rinds and bean soup raised money to offset the cost of putting on last weekend’s Mount Sterling’s Good Ole Days.

 
Messenger photo by Mike Munden

Ryan Graham of Mount Sterling poses with his first-place trophy and his 2000 Mustang. He was the last of eight entries to show up for the first Mount Sterling Good Ole Days Mustang car show. He has owned the car for two years and this was his first car show.

 
 Messenger photo by Becky Barker

The Madison-Plains High School marching band provided musical entertainment along the parade route.

 
 Messenger photo by Becky Barker

Half a dozen electric utility repair trucks joined the parade. Their drivers had been working in the area to restore power following the Sept. 14 wind storm.

 
Submitted by Judy Davis

Good Ole Days Festival royalty wave to the crowd from the Tiki Taxi.

 
Messenger photo by Becky Barker

Many groups of queens representing festivals in other cities and villages took part in the Good Ole Days parade, including the West Jefferson Ox Roast representatives.

 
 Submitted by Judy Davis

Bill Radabaugh mans the wheel of a Farmall Super C.

 
Submitted by Judy Davis

Jim Dotson, this year’s Citizen of the Year honoree, takes a convertible ride in the parade.

 
Submitted by Judy Davis

Jim Davis enjoys a good view from aboard a 1946 Farmall tractor.

 
Submitted by Judy Davis

Lana Cydrus and Bonnie Liff, two of the organizers of the Good Ole Days Festival, get around on a Gator.

 
Denny Morris mans the Mount Sterling Community Museum’s booth at the festival. The museum is located in the lower level of the Mount Sterling Library.
 
 Submitted by Judy Davis

Janice and John Leach chose a John Deere as their parade mode of transportation.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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