Missouri Town 1855 celebrated “An Agricultural Century” on Saturday. Henry Koury (far left) was helped by Elmer Young while his brother, Jack Koury, with Stefan Gliniecki, worked the other end of a crosscut saw. The boys are from Lee’s Summit.
Missouri Town 1855 celebrated “An Agricultural Century” on Saturday. Henry Koury (far left) was helped by Elmer Young while his brother, Jack Koury, with Stefan Gliniecki, worked the other end of a crosscut saw. The boys are from Lee’s Summit. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Missouri Town 1855 celebrated “An Agricultural Century” on Saturday. Henry Koury (far left) was helped by Elmer Young while his brother, Jack Koury, with Stefan Gliniecki, worked the other end of a crosscut saw. The boys are from Lee’s Summit. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Missouri Town 1855 event shows how farming evolved from 1855 to 1955

August 29, 2015 09:01 PM