Historic Cato Fall Tour 2009



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Carla Markley as Carrie Sterns Smith
 

Fuss & Feathers perfom a musical selection.



Faces in the audience show the enjoyment felt by all.



Fun was had by all who attended.


Dick & Betty Steele, long time residents of Cato and honorary members
of the Cato Historical Preservation Association

Ralph Carlson & Red Stradley perform fiddle sticks.

Gideon P. Cole, owner of the Buckhorn Tavern,
as portrayed by Joe Bournonville.

"Four score and seven years ago...." ,
Red Stradley gives a very moving performance of the Gettysburg Address.

Dennis Chartier portrays a Native American.

Having fun with the old schoolhouse bell.

Jamie & Elizabeth Thompson, Anna Portwood,
and others create an 1860s one-room schoolhouse scene.
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Hailey Chartier draws the winning ticket from Lily Mae Coonrod,
a member of the Cato Historical Preservation Committee.
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Barbara Scott, Cato Historical Preservation member, and her sister, Judy Rawlings,
man the Cato Store at the tour.

Cole Kramer, grandson of Joe Bournonville, gives Joe & Suzie Fowler
a ride on the shuttle.

The tour visited the Coonrod Cemetery.

Susie entertains her audience with the story of John Latimer,
a 9 year old boy buried in the Coonrod Cemetery.



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