Stephanie Vadasz, 20, was crowned queen of the 127th annual Platte County Fair during opening night ceremonies last Wednesday. Stephanie is the daughter of Steve and Faye Vadasz, Park Hill, and was sponsored in the contest by Yury Basov Shoe Hospital. First runner-up was Maria K. Finley, 19, daughter of H. Leland and Barbara Finley, Park Hill, sponsored by Main Street Theatre. Second runner up was Heather Hardesty, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardesty, West Platte R-2, sponsored by Ida Cox.
The city hall building in Platte City continued to take on a new improved appearance last week with the installation of some aluminum columns under the front entrance overhangs. BETO Construction Co. is the contractor for the new roof, cupola and front columns.
Platte County R-3 filled the vacant post of director of the Platte County Vo-Tech School internally last week with the naming of John Hall as interim director for the 1990-91 school year. Hall has been with the Platte County Vo-Tech the past eight years, serving as director of the adult education and training program.
Attorney General William L. Webster obtained a $10,500 restitution judgment last week for consumers who purchased cars with altered odometers from Midwest Auto Sales. Signed by Platte County Circuit Judge John M. Yeaman, the order requires Kyle Myers, who operated a used car lot at 1802 Vivion Road in Northmoor, Mo., to pay $10,500 to the attorney general’s office as restitution to consumers. Myers used the names Midwest Auto Sales and Midway Truck and Auto.