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.
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