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Cheryl Won $1 - have the replies Fair Parade Thrives On Threats...
have the replies Fair Parade Thrives On Threats Of at For two years now, rain has threatened t h e annual Tri- Rivers Fair and Rodeo parade, and two years' experience seems to have produced only this conclusion: The threat of rain only makes the Tri-Rivers Parade grow. It doesn't end the parade and it doesn't make the crowds go away. Monday evening Salina and area onlookers lined Santa Fe avenue four to six deep to watch a 4o-minute parade which had more than 40 basic units. "It "Biggest" was the biggest ever, er dollars, donated by the hambcr of Commerce and warded by the Jaycees. Has Best Bike Karen McDonald, 132 E. Min- eapolis, rode the best-decorated best-decorated bicycle. Runnersup were andra Brown, 626 E. Prescott, and Eddie Harlow, New Cam- ria. Mike Miller, 1105 N. 8th, )rought the best pet. Jane Saterlee, Saterlee, Assaria, won $2 for sec- nd and Cherlye Wilsie, 236 S. Phillips, won $1 for third. Longford saddle club won first prize of $50, and Minneapolis saddle club won the second prize, lina High Downtown corps, City and commissioners and rode in Dairy queen, Two county Salina Farmers The Association, make a site of a whole

Clipped from The Salina Journal31 Aug 1965, TuePage 8

The Salina Journal (Salina, Kansas)31 Aug 1965, TuePage 8
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