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September 17, 2013

20th Century Chevy Carfest and Cruz-in winners

Here are the award winners at the 20th Century Chevy Carfest and Cruz-in held over the weekend at Eastside Park.

Kid’s candy guess winners: first, Blake Danzer of Jasper; second, Jayilyn Messic of Wadesville; third, Alexender Massengil of Indianapolis; and fourth, Les Messengil of Indianapolis.

Model car contest winners: first, Dan Johnson, 1951 Chevy Gasser; second, Dan Johnson, 1950 Plymouth; third, Joe True, 1941 Chevy; fourth, Dan Johnson, 1941 Plymouth; fifth, Dan Johnson, 1994 GMC Sonoma. Slot Cars: first, Tim and Timothy Rink, 1941 Willys; second, Tim and Timothy Rink, 1968 Mustang. Diarama: Joe True, garage scene (adult); Wes Richardson (juvenile)

Trivia contest winners: Dan Johnson, Chris Wagonner, Tim Mink and Terry Hensley

Grocery guess winner: Ranita McMurtrey

Best Cruiser: Jim Bowers, Monroe City, 1957 Pontiac Safari station wagon

Mayor’s Choice: Ryan Kenworthy, Washington, 1957 Chevy wagon

Memories 107.9 Classic Cruiser: Bobby Correll, Odon, 1965 Pontiac GTO

President’s Choice: Kenny Wynn, Newburgh, 1967 Pontiac GTO

Roger Hunter Award: Jim and Ann Harder, Jasper, 1955 Chevy BelAir

Memorial Award: Ernie Hays, Lawrenceville, ILL., 1967 Nova SS

Best Paint: Josh Minks, Bloomfield, 1968 Chevy Chevelle

Best Interior: Ron and Cindy Vogler, Jasper, 1938 Chevy sedan

Best Engine: Kevin DeJarnett, Petersburg, Camaro

Best Engineered: Greg Kimble, Owensboro, Ky., 1975 Porsche 911

Best Chevrolet: Mike Loudermilk, Dugger, 1955 Chevy pick-up

Best Ford/Mercury: Ralph and Peggy Crum, Spencer, 1935 Ford

Best Pontiac/Buick: Ray Hopkins, Loogootee, 1969 GTO Judge

Best Oldsmobile: Keith and Beverly Jones, Evansville, 1972 Olds 442

Best Mopar: Jerry Grubb, Oakland City, 1936 Plymouth coupe

Ladies Choice: Terri Kiesel, Cynthiana, 1969 Chevy Camaro SS

Best of Show: Mike Minks, Bloomfield, 1965 Chevy Chevelle

Other winners were:

Jeff and Michelle Brown, Jasper, 1971 GMC truck; Jack Pipes, Petersburg, 1957 Ford Custom 300; Warren Kemp, Petersburg, 1948 Chevy; David Russell, Evansville, 1970 Ford Torino; Gary Beasley, Bedford, 1967 Chevy Chevelle; John Simmons, Plainville, 1965 Ford Mustang; Shirley Simmons, Plainville, 1966 Ford Mustang; Earl Martin Jr., Edwardsport, 1967 Camaro; Ron and Cindy Vogler, Jasper, 1938 Chevy; Joe and Peggy True, Bedford, 1969 Buick Skylark; Nina Lucas, Bloomfield, 1942 Chevy pick-up; Bob and Kay Davis, Washington, 1957 Chevy Bel Air; Kay Davis, Washington, 1936 Chevy Coupe; Bob Davis, Washington, 1966 Chevy Nova SS; Bill Brothers, Washington, 1923 Model T pick-up; Ed Richardson, Vincennes, 1967 Chevy Camaro; Norval Ward, Indianapolis, 1960 Ford Thunderbird; Gary Kinnaman, Petersburg, 1952 Ford F-100 pick-up; Dennis Boyd, Lexington, Ky., 1970 1/2 Chevy Camaro Z28; Lon and Ranita McMurtrey, Washington, 1968 VW Baja; Greg Kimble, Owensboro, Ky., 1975 Porshe 911; Kevin DeJarnett, Petersburg, 1973 Chevy Camaro.

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