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he White County Fair Board would like to remind everyone that the 2019 White County Fair will be here beginning Sept. 9-14. This will be our 84th annual event and we believe one of the best. On Sunday, we will have the White County Horse Show located in the Rodeo Arena at 2 p.m. Monday will be our annual White County Fair Beauty Pageant starting at 7 p.m., along with several livestock events to be held in the Rodeo Arena and the Animal World Barn and, of course, the Carnival Midway opens at 5 p.m. Our Talent Show will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. Please visit our website at whitecountyfairgrounds.org for a complete schedule of events or come by the Fair Office to pick up a brochure. Remember that we have added a “5th Quarter” (an armband event) Friday night from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. so everyone can enjoy the fun. (Exhibit Buildings will close at 10 p.m. nightly.) Admission is free during the 5th Quarter event. We would like to thank The Daily Citizen for putting the tabloid together again. We would like for everyone to come out and visit at our new Hog Show area. We and several local sponsors have completely remodeled this area for better, safer and enjoyable time the fair. Clayton Edwards Chairman 802 Davis Drive, Searcy, AR 72143 • (501) 268-1568 www.whitecountyfairgrounds.org Facebook: @whitecountyfairgrounds Twitter: @WhiteCoFair Instagram: whitecountyfair

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Schedule SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 11 a.m. Fair parade

SUNDAY, SEPT. 8

2 p.m. White County Horse Show (negative Coggins test required current within 12 months)

MONDAY, SEPT. 9

Admission: Child $3; Adult $4 10 a.m. Heifer Show 4 p.m. Gates and buildings open 4 p.m. Pony show 5 p.m. Midway opens 

5 p.m. 4-H pullet check-in 5 p.m. Fair Queen contest/Little Miss and Mister 7 p.m. 4-H pullet auction 10 p.m. Buildings close

TUESDAY, SEPT. 10

Admission: Child $3; Adult $4 8 a.m. Poultry and rabbit check-in 11:30 a.m. Meat Goat Show 2 p.m. Miniature Horse Show 4 p.m. Gates and buildings open 4 p.m. Dairy Goat Show 5 p.m. Midway opens (Armband Night 5-9 p.m.)

7 p.m. Junior and Senior Talent Shows 10 p.m. Buildings close

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11

Admission: Child $3; Adult $4 9 a.m. FFA and 4-H Day 1 p.m. Beef Cattle 4 p.m. Gates and buildings open 5 p.m. Midway opens (Armband Night 5-9 p.m.) 6 p.m. Dairy Cattle 6:30 p.m. Special Auto Cross 7 p.m. Market Steers 10 p.m. Buildings close


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of Events THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 Admission: Child $6; Adult $8 (Free admission 9-11 a.m.) 9 a.m. Senior Citizens/Veterans Day (White County Star Steppers and Dixie Swing Kinds) 9 a.m. Buildings open and Swine Show 12 p.m. Sheep, Market Lambs 1 p.m. Buildings close 3 p.m. Market Goats 4 p.m. Gates and buildings open  5 p.m. Midway and buildings open 6 p.m. Eentertainment: JR Rogers and All Star Band 8 p.m. Entertainment: Joe Diffie

8 p.m. Bull riding 10 p.m. Buildings close

FRIDAY SEPT. 13

Admission: Child $6; Adult $8 8:30-11:30 a.m. School Day 12 p.m. Jr. Market Animal Sale 4 p.m. Gates and buildings open 4:30 p.m. Presentation of livestock awards 5 p.m. Midway and buildings open 6:30 p.m. Auto Cross (Derby Pit) 8 p.m. IPRA and ARA Rodeo (negative Coggins test required current within 12 months)

10 p.m. Buildings close 10 p.m. 5th Quarter (Armbands 10 p.m.-1 a.m.)

SATURDAY, SEPT. 14

Admission: Child $6; Adult $8 9 a.m. Gates and buildings open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Derby gates open 12 p.m. Midway opens 1 p.m. Armbands (1-5 p.m.) 6:30 p.m. Demolition Derby 8 p.m. IPRA & ARA Rodeo (negative Coggins test required current within 12 months) 8 p.m. Buildings close

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2018 Senior Queen Madison Otts

Madison Otts is the daughter Shane and Sabrina Otts of Bradford. She is a junior marketing major at Harding University, where she is a member of the women’s social club Ko Jo Kai. Throughout her reign as Miss White County Fair Queen, she has enjoyed being active in her community, the Harding community and all of White County. A few of the places she has met White County residents are the Beebe Christmas parade, Beats and Eats and the Bradford Fun Fest, as well as many more places throughout the county. “I am so thankful for the people who have helped me throughout this year,” she said. “I cannot thank Mrs. Pam, Ms. Lou and Mrs. Terri Pate enough for all of their help preparing me for the State Fair Pageant, my events and many more things.” Otts said she is also grateful to her family and friends for being such an encouragement and her biggest fans during her reign. “My year as the White County Fair Queen has been a fun-filled, life-changing and enjoyable time,” she said. “I cannot wait for the next queen to love it just as much as I have.”

2018 Junior Queen Brooke Glaze

Brooke Glaze, 16, is the daughter of Brittni Rhew of Bald Knob. She is a junior at Bald Knob High School. “This was my first year to compete in the White County Fair pageant,” she said. “I have gained so much confidence in so many ways. For example, I will never in my life be nervous about a job interview.” Glaze said the interview and on-stage question was her biggest fear. “I was so grateful to be able to overcome my stage freight and have the confidence to speak not only on stage but one-on-one with the judges,” she said. Glaze said she is also grateful for the family and friends that she gained over the past year. “I would like to thank Pam Son, Madison Otts — my sister queen — all of the sponsors, volunteers and everyone else for their commitment to this organization,” she said. “You are the reason this organization is such a success.”


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2018 White County Fair Horse Show Princess Zoe Zeman Zoe Zeman is the daughter of Neal Zeman and Charles and Gina Osier of Romance. She attends Rose Bud High School. She is a member of the Central Arkansas Horse Show Association, Future Farmers of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America and Gifted and Talents. She attends Crossroads Cowboy Church in El Paso.

2018 White County Fair Horse Show Queen Rivers McKee Rivers McKee is the daughter of David and Erika McKee of Pangburn. She attends Pangburn Junior High, where she is in the eighth grade. She is a member of Future Farmers of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Beta and the junior basketball team. She enjoys riding horses and playing basketball.

2018 White County Fair Pony Show Princess Milla Quattlebaum Milla Quattlebaum is the daughter of Krystal Quattlebaum and John Gernenz of Judsonia. Her grandparents are Alan and Lueanne Quattlebaum of Judsonia. She attends school at White County Central and is in the sixth grade. She is a member of the Hillbilly Horse Show Association. Her hobbies are riding horses, swimming and cheerleading. She attends Valley Baptist Church, where she is involved in Awana and Sunday school.Â

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2019 White County Fair Pageant

The 2019 White County Fair Pageant will be held Monday, Sept. 9 at 5 p.m. “We are so excited to have all of our contestants join us this year at the White County Fair,” White County Fair Pageant Director Pam Son said. “Come cheer on your favorite contestant on Monday night.” Contestants to compete include the following: • Lazarus Nikola Fryrear, 23 months, son of Ryan and Megan Fryrear of Searcy. • Wyatt Don Rouse, 7 months, son of Breanna and BJ Rouse of Searcy. • Remington Abrams, 2, son of Robert and Tasha Abrams of Searcy. • Joseph Sebastian Duncan, 6, son of Jeremy and Johanna Duncan of Bald Knob. • Kaisley Creasy, 11 months, daughter of Tiffany and Anthony Creasey of Bald Knob. • Hadleigh Claire Curtis, 11 months, daughter of Kelsey and Dustin Curtis of Judsonia. • Mackenzie Dillard, 15 months,

daughter of Alisa and Josh Dillard of Pangburn. • Aria Rose Tippitt, 16 months, daughter of Michella and Anthony Tippitt of Beebe. • Isabella Rayn Kimberling, 20 months, daughter of Jessica Kimberling of Bradford. • Cali Claire Stanley, 12 months, daughter of Ben and Tosha Stanley of Judsonia. • Audrey Bundy, 2, daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth Bundy of Bradford. • Anna Lee, 2, daughter of Jonathan and Nhan Lee of Searcy. Chloe Barnes, 2, daughter of Emily Barnes of McRae. • PeNellope Jane Wilkins, 3, daughter of Jason and Emmali Wilkins of Beebe. • Esme Branscum, 3, daughter of Todd and Somer Branscum of Judsonia. • Kennedy Rose Reves is the 4 year old daughter of Tara Davis of Bradford. • Sutton Brown, 4, daughter of Shelbey Lancaster of Judsonia. 

• Angel Elizabeth Hartgraves, 5, daughter of Jonathan and Kadie Hartgraves of Beebe. • Madison Gardner, 5, daughter of Marcus and Melissa Gardner of Searcy. • Bradli Varnell, 5, daughter of Myka Varnell of Bald Knob. • Cricket Nicole Allen, 5, daughter of Larry and Alexsis Allen of Judsonia. • Zola Branscum, 6, daughter of Todd and Somer Branscum of Judsonia. • Harper Grace Stanley, 5, daughter of Ben and Tosha Stanley of Judsonia. • Kynlee Douglas, 7, daughter of Shelby Douglas of Judsonia. Lila Prichard, 7, daughter of Michael and Jessica Prichard of Judsonia. • Brylee Blackwell, 7, daughter of Brett and Mandy Blackwell of Bald Knob. • Nevaeh Faith Poteat, 10, daughter of Nathaniel and Natasha Poteat of Judsonia. • Lynnlee Morrison, 10, daughter of Matt and Kristie Morrison of Rose Bud. • Destini Turner, 9, daughter of Randy Turner of Bradford.

• Mya Aubree Jones, 10, daughter of Derrick and Stephanie Hill of Judsonia. • McKenzy Wolf, 11, daughter of Shawn and Lisa Wolf of Rose Bud. • Abby Hutchison, 10, daughter of Casey and Teesha Hutchison of Bald Knob. • Kailin Siler, 11, daughter of Brent and Becca Siler of Bald Knob. • Josey Kaylynn Duncan, 12, daughter of Jeremy and Johanna Duncan of Bald Knob. • Kynlee Danielle Thomason, 12, daughter of Byron and Christie Thomason of Judsonia. • Natalie Vann, 16, daughter of Joshua and Ashley Vann of Beebe. • Kalista Shae-Lyn Altom, 15, daughter of Timothy and Brandy Altom of Pangburn. • Maggie Elizabeth Greer, 17, daughter of Stuart and Mindi Greer of Searcy. • Olivia Danielle Johnson, 17, daughter of Gary and Sharon Johnson of Bald Knob. • Carlie Grace Burruss, 19, daughter of Billy and Dara Burruss of Bradford.

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Joe Diffie

Thursday, Sept. 12 — 8 p.m. A native of Tulsa, Okla., Joe Diffie is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry for 25 years. Whether singing about untarnished love in “John Deere Green,” the perennial appeal of “Pickup Man” or the heartbreak of dreams unrealized in “Ships That Don’t Come In,” Diffie has continually painted a portrait of real life with all its joy and angst. “I’ve always loved well-written songs,” Diffie said. “There’s really no magic formula. I’ve just always drawn on my own experience, whether it’s falling in love or hanging out in a bar. I feel like if I relate to it, other people will too.” That simple barometer has served Diffie well throughout his career and continues to do so today with the title track of his forthcoming album “I Got This.” His first break came when Holly Dunn recorded “There Goes My Heart Again” and asked him to sing harmony. By 1990, Diffie had signed with Epic Records and released his debut album “A Thousand Winding Roads.” He continued to dominate the charts throughout the 1990s. Jason Aldean paid tribute to Diffie and name-checked

many of the veteran entertainer’s classics in his hit “1994.” The video featured Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Little Big Town, Jake Owen and others paying homage to the man who influenced them. Diffie has trouble seeing himself as an elder statesman because he’s just as active as ever. Most recently, Diffie has teamed with producer Phil O’Donnell, a.k.a. “Phillbilly,” to craft “I Got This.” “Phil’s very inventive and is such a pleasure to work with. He has some unique ideas. He’s kind of laid-back like me.” Diffie said. “He did a great job.” With nearly 30 years in the spotlight, Diffie has no plans to slow down. “I love music. It’s just a part of me,” he said. “Retiring would be like cutting off my arm or something. I enjoy everything about it. The travel part gets old once in a while admittedly, but I love the fans. It beats working any day.” “I Got This” is slated for a spring 2019 release. The title track and the follow-up single “Quit You” are currently available wherever digital music is sold and streamed. Stay up-to-date at www. JoeDiffie.com.

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Market animals, sale Special rules

1: This show and sale is open to exhibitors in the junior division only. 2: Only one animal per species per exhibitor will be permitted in sale. 3: Exhibitors can nominate four steers, and six lambs, goats and hogs. Only two animals per species can be shown. 4: Participants must meet criteria in general rules No. 3. 5: Animals shown in any other county fair shall not be eligible to show in White County Fair’s Junior Market Division. 6: Weigh-in of market animals will be Wednes-

day, Sept. 10. Check in with your respective superintendent for time and place of weigh-in. 7: Exhibitor, or a representative, must be present for weigh-in. 8: Judging of market animals will be as follows: steers, 7 p.m., Sept. 11; hogs, 9 a.m., Sept. 12; lambs, noon, Sept. 12; goats, 3 p.m., Sept. 12. 9: Steers will be graded at the fair and must grade U.S. Select or better to participate in the sale. 10: Hogs will be graded at the fair and must grade Choice No. 1 to participate in the sale. 11: Lambs and kids will be graded at the fair

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 8 || 2 P.M.

2019 White County Fair Horse Show Schedule of events

Sign up day of the show 1. Halter Mares (all ages) 2. Halter Stallions and Geldings (all ages) 3. White County Fair Horse Show Princess (13 and under) 4. White County Fair Horse Show Queen (14-21 unmarried) 5. Lead In (5 and under) 6. Walk-Trot (10 and under) 7. Pony Under Saddle (10 and under) 8. Buckaroo Barrels (13 and under) 9. Jr. Barrels (14-18) 10. Sr. Barrels (19-over) 11. Barrel Pick Up (all ages) 12. Jr. Horse Western Pleasure (all ages) 13. Buckaroo Poles (13 and under) 14. Jr. Poles (14-18)

15. Sr. Poles (19-over) 16. Switch Race (all ages) 17. Open Western Pleasure (all ages) 18. Speed Race (all ages) 19. Flag Race (all ages) 20. Keyhole (all ages) Rules: 1. No horse can be ridden more than two times by separate riders in one event. 2. Entry fee is $4. 3. Negative Coggins test required on all ponies and horses. (Current within 12 months). 4. Contestants do not have to ride their own horse. 5. Queen and Princess Classes: A contestant can only win the event two times and not in consecutive years. Also, contestant that wins must be present at majority of fair activities.

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