Kearney Hub - 1890
Buffalo County Agricultural Society took bids for a new
4 possibilities –
3 miles north of Kearney;
southeast of Kearney;
a few miles east of Kearney;
northeast of Kearney.
None accepted at that time; they will inspect each.
One mile [harness racing] track and land to be purchased
will depend of soil that will make a good track. Will be the
only one in the state.
Kearney Hub cards in Archives
Buffalo County Fair for probably 1931
Chas. Hill - Property man for evening shows
H. R. Brown, Frank Parrish - Grand Stand
Fair Entertainment Chairmen:
Mr. Boyd - Old settlers meeting
W. W. Wimberly - Pulling contest and pony races
Mr. Staubitz - Wheelbarrow race between Mayors & Chief of
Fred Wallace - Other races
January 5, 1936
Directors were elected at a meeting held at Henry Holt's
Farmers Clean Kitchen Cafe.
After the meeting those in attendance "adjourned to eat
oysters cooked in style by Henry Holt."
Later Binderup, Householder, and Marzoff were declared
ineligible to serve on the Buffalo County Fair Board since
they were residents of Phelps County. They were replaced by
W. W. Campbell, Ernest Staubitz, and A. J. Hervert.
[A lady in the audience at the Kiwanis City & Farm night
program on 11-23-2004 said the Binderups and Householders
lived at Newark, which would put them in Kearney county, not