Fog

A Fair Time

Published: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 11:26 a.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 12:17 p.m. CDT
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Demi and Dakota Osborn of Newton tend to their animals after feeding them Tuesday afternoon at the Jasper County Fairgrounds. The sisters are members of the Jolly Workers 4-H Club.
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Dalton Shanks of Newton helps his friends Chad and Colby Elrod clean up their stall. The boys are members of the Hominy Ridge 4-H Club.
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(Kate Malott/Daily News)
ernard Van Wyk of Sully, Chadwick Ver Ploeg of Pella and Dick “Junior” Ver Ploeg of Sully relax at a county fair picnic table. The Ver Ploeg brothers were charter members of the Lynn Grove Hustlers 4-H Club out of Lynnville in 1941. They recalled showing their hogs and beef at the Jasper County Fair throughout the ’40s.

Demi and Dakota Osborn of Newton tend to their animals after feeding them Tuesday afternoon at the Jasper County Fairgrounds. The sisters are members of the Jolly Workers 4-H Club.  Dalton Shanks of Newton helps his friends Chad and Colby Elrod clean up their stall. The boys are members of the Hominy Ridge 4-H Club.  Bernard Van Wyk of Sully, Chadwick Ver Ploeg of Pella and Dick “Junior” Ver Ploeg of Sully relax at a county fair picnic table. The Ver Ploeg brothers were charter members of the Lynn Grove Hustlers 4-H Club out of Lynnville in 1941. They recalled showing their hogs and beef at the Jasper County Fair throughout the ’40s.

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