The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 13, 1952 · Page 15
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August 13, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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Ka.on Cllr aioh«-O«elle. M.«on City. H. Aug. 13, 1952 19 Kids Have Fun at the fair THERE'S'A CIRCUS AT THE FAIR--Richard Wood, 9, Clear truck" at the North Iowa Fairgrounds. The miniature circus Lake, and Judy Horecka, 11, Garner, admire the "circus in the has everything from a menagerie to sideshow. UIDIN' DOWN THE TRAIL--Laura'Leo Stoffcr, 5, .Sheffield, holds on tight ns she rides the merry-go-round at the North lowu Fair. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Joe R. Stoffer. RACCOON ENTERED--Paul Edwards, 11, Central Heights wanted to enter his pet baby raccoon at the North Iowa Fair. There was no raccoon class at the fair, so one was created especially for Paul. HOPEFUL--Dale Entner, 16, 1101 1st N.E., hopes his pigeon will win a prize in the judging 1 at the poultry building. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Entner and owns a large flock of the pretty, birds. MACHINERY DELIGHTS YOUNGSTER--Donald Squier, 12, 312 Connecticut N.E,, spent a lot of time on a tractor displayed al the North Iowa Fair. He pretends he is a farmer working in the field--and that's a tough turn. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Squier. PONY RIDES, TOO--Two Mason City sisters have fun with a pony at the North Iowa Fair. Joanne Hendriekaon walks as her Hi.sLcr, Karen, rides. Thpy arc the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hendricksoh 27 22nd S.E. Pony rides are but one of dozens of attractions for youngsters and grownups at the big North Iowa Fair. IT'S GOOD -- Sandra K a y Thompson agrees that cotton candy is good and no fair or circus is complete without it. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, 2217 20th S.W. . IS IT R E A L ? -- The plaster cow with milking machine attached usually attracts a large crowd of youngsters, at the North Iowa Fair. After this photo was taken real milk began to flow through the machine and the crowd got larger. Note the intense expressions on the faces of youngsters watching the demonstration. There are dozens of exhibits at the North Iowa Fail- including farm machinery, livestock, poultry, home industries, automobiles and hundreds of other items. STAFF PHOTOS BY MUSSER AND GIBBS ICE SHOW!--Two'skaters with thence' 1 Vogues of 1952 lace up their skates before the nightly show at the'grandstand. The ice show opened to a capacity crowd Tuesday evening of children and adults.

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