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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa pA Swingin ’ Fair Opens Opening day at the 1974 All-Iowa fair saw the midway in full swills Friday. Thrilling to one of the giant rides were, from left. Stacy Severa. 2111 Fifth avenue SE; Pam Duster, TIM Grant Wood drive SE; Judy Remus, 3514 Random road SE, and Marcia Boudreau, 43(1 Parkland drive SE. The fair at Hawkeye Downs will continue through July 7. Michelle Deanne Wittenberg, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Wittenberg of Vinton, examines a winner in the Fine Arts Gallery. It is a landscape by Stall Wiederspan, director of the Gedar Rapids Art (’enter, which was judged best in show for professional art. Food Taster Judging banana nut bread in the Woman’s World Food Show was Mrs E. J. Schuecker of Marengo. A total of 47 different classes for bread, cake, cookies, pies and candies, were to be judged.Waiting for Action Waiting in the grandstand for action tit begin was Stall ( arter of Williamsburg, 1-ate model stock t ar races were run Friday night and tonight will be the opening grandstand show, "Hee Haw”. Sunday night s show will feature Bobby Vinton and the Sound Generation. Hitting The High Notes The Roger Bacon high school band of Cincinnati took up stations in a parking garage iii the downtown area, while Director Wes Neal. left, was hoisted up in a cherry picker crane's bucket to direct. It wus a good promotion fora new movie. ....... ——a But Not Forgotten At* Wirfphoto AP iMrepbOtu % Mrs Robert W Kussor of Parma. Ohio, says her son. Jim. i* married and has left home. But. his shoes remained and she put them to good use as a planter. • i.-.xx-x-xvlilu Crdtir 'Rtvptda fllnjcHr —Gazette Photos bv Duane Crock I f ;