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Stars Sparkle at Expo
October 1, 1968
Wisconsin State Journal
Madison, Wisconsin

Visitors to the Dane County Exposition Center during the 10-day World Food Expo '68 will be treated to some of the biggest names in show business.

On hand to entertain national and international visitors to Expo's dairy cattle and food exhibits will be such stage, screen, and TV stars as Joan Crawford, the Cowsills, the Serendipity Singers, and Jack (Queen for a Day) Bailey.

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The Cowsills, sponsored by the American Dairy Assn., also "bridge the generation gap without succumbing to 'squareness' ", according to "Variety." This appealing family singing combo will perform afternoons and evenings of Oct 10 and 11. Their record "Indian Lake" is a top tune, and another hit just recorded is "Poor Baby."

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Cowsills Return

On tap in the next two months for Reese personnel are appearances by The Cowsills, the family singing group so well received in a Municipal Auditorium date a season or so ago, and the Brothers Four, the nationally-popular singing group.

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