Participants young and old alike had fun at this year’s Lone Star Antique Tractor & Engine Association tractor pull, held Saturday in Whitehouse. A variety of tractors were on display, as were engines, including a 1916 “hit or miss” United Engine Co. 4.5-horsepower engine operated by Harry Hamilton and grandson Jacob Dygert, both of Tatum, to demonstrate how corn was ground 100 years ago. Events included arts and crafts for children, barrel train rides, coin searches and a tractor “display” where parents could snap pictures of their children. The annual event is held the first weekend after Labor Day in Whitehouse.

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