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King Turkey Day 2013: Complete photo coverage

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Elbert Matteisen, of Worthington, watches Saturday’s King Turkey Day parade. Adorning his hat are King Turkey Day buttons from several years. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)25 / 47
Kameron Hagedorn, 2, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, watches a damp King Turkey Day parade Saturday from inside Main Street Kids, in Worthington. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)26 / 47
With occasional afternoon showers, Dick Dyke (left) and Susan Dyke watch Saturday’s King Turkey Day parade from a sheltered location. The parade continued through the rain. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)27 / 47
With grandson Jaxson Spartz asleep on his lap, Gary Honermann, of Adrian, drives his Case tractor Saturday in Worthington’s 2013 King Turkey Day parade. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)28 / 47
Jim Potter, of Worthington, at the Nobles County Fairgrounds Saturday. Marching in the King Turkey Day parade is a family tradition. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)29 / 47
Jeremy Potter, of Worthington, at the Nobles County Fairgrounds Saturday. Marching in the King Turkey Day parade is a family tradition. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)30 / 47
Melissa Potter, of Worthington, at the Nobles County Fairgrounds Saturday. Marching in the King Turkey Day parade is a family tradition. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)31 / 47
Nobles County Fairgrounds. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)32 / 47
At the intersection of Fifth Ave. and 10th St., spectators watch soldiers march in Saturday’s King Turkey Day parade. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)33 / 47
10th Street, Worthington. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)34 / 47
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Daisy Chain performs Friday night at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)40 / 47
Scott Belz, of Worthington, sports a turkey hat during King Turkey Day Friday afternoon at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)41 / 47
Pigs run around a race course Friday afternoon at the Nobles County Fairgrounds as part of King Turkey Day. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)42 / 47
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Brandy Harberts (left), of Rushmore, purchases food from vendor Silviu Al-Azzam, Friday night at the Greek Gourmet stand at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)44 / 47
Leeroy Johnson (left), of Worthington, looks at decorations being sold by Deb Grimmius, of Worthington, Friday night at the 2nd annual Turkey Day Vendor Expo, held at the Nobles County Fairgrounds. Grimmius' business, Deb's Decor and More, has been open since 1980. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)45 / 47
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