A group of 36 Cynthiana youngsters pooled their talent and energy to work against polio. The results of their efforts was a net profit of $212.94 which was turned over to Wiley K. Gipson, 1953 campaign chairman of the Harrison County Chapter, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The youngsters presented a carnival at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Badger Sorrell, East Pike Street. The program was promoted with a parade of decorated bicycles and ponies through the downtown section of the city. The concessions included two ponies and a goat to ride, fish pond, comic book stand, bake sale, fortune telling, dart game, a haunted house, a color movie for the adult audience and two comic sound movies for the youngsters. Participants included: Terry and Johnny Sorrell, Judy, BeBe, Anne and Fifi Lowe, Joe and Jane Ann Thomson, Jane Lee Martin, Jerry Dawson, Johnny and Joe Biancke, Denny and Jimmy Williams, Jane and Ann Gregg Swinford, Jimmy and Carol True Collier, Harry Taylor Jr., Monty and Sandra Brinker, Martha Brown, Patty Stanfield, Mary Lou Kennard, Freda and Janice Platt, Danny Kearns, June Heilman, Annette McCauley, Joan Criswell, Jeannie Bell, Ida Sue Bridwell, Connie Hays, Billy Ross McKee and Wayne Mulberry.