Wagon Road Days was a fun filled day with lots of activites for all ages. Many people joined the festivities in Clearwater in spite of the heat and smoke.

The quilt show had many beautiful entries and five winners in the voting.

Winners in the large quilt division were Joyce, Deane,and Salli.

In the small quilt division, winners were Becky and Sandy.

The Clearwater to Elk City Parade had wonderful grand marshalls and their families, Arden and Carol Lytle. They were joined by their daughter Kristy with several grandchildren and 15-month-old Madelynn, great granddaughter.

Gloria Jacks was accompanied by daughter Serena and Bill Jackson. She rode in an antique Model T, owned and driven by Al Humphrey. They were followed by four great grandchildren and their mother in a side by side. Flag bearers were Lacy and Megan Myers, also members of the Jacks family.

Winners of blue ribbons in the parade were:

Horse and riders

Laci and Megan Myers and Arden and Kristy Lytle

Floats

Clearwater Baptist Church and Class of 61

Novelty

Alice Humphrey posing as Paula Bunyan.

An old time gospel sing and Variety Show, and history of the original Wagon Road ended Saturday.

Sunday morning began with a breakfast at 6:30-10:30 sponsored by the Grange.

At 8:15, adventurers on their way to Elk City lined up and learned the road’s history from Dana Lohrey, historian. They arrived in Elk City at approximately 4 p.m. Meanwhile in Clearwater at 10:30 drawings for the raffle prizes were done.

Winners will be contacted and then announced in the news.

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