Antique tractor show planned for Saturday
Check out the old iron of early agriculture this Saturday at a display of antique tractors and engines.
This free event is open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the privately run museum of Ted and Dolores Billups at 1066 Hill Street (located behind the Rebekahs Hall) in Grangeville.
This is held in conjunction with the annual fall meeting of the Lewis Clark Antique Power Club and will feature at least 30 antique tracked and wheel tractors - most of which were restored by Ted Billups - featuring such makes as Yuba, Rumley, Caterpillar, International, John Deere and Ford. One of the featured machines is a WWI Holt artillery tractor.
A noon lunch will be provided by the club.
For information, contact the Billups at 983-1927.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522



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