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Daisy Duckworth, as portrayed by Debbie Robinson, said the local newspaper never quoted her correctly and would print just about anything to attract more readers. Daisy married George Washington Duckworth in 1897. Daisy was active in Centerville affairs and dubbed herself the "Pied Piper of Salvage" as she helped to raise metal, cloth and paper for the WW II war effort. Daisy was the organizer of the Daughters of Union Veterans and Fannie Walden Tent No. 33 of Appanoose County. Duckworth, who was born Jan. 17, 1878 in Centerville passed away July 3, 1961 in Centerville and is buried in Oakland Cemetery. Her husband, George, also buried in Oakland Cemetery, passed away in Centerville May 20, 1953.

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The Iowegian wants readers to think about the 2014 Appanoose County Fair. It starts Monday and wraps up on Saturday with a demolition derby at 8 p.m. So, the question of the week is, "How many days do you plan to go to the Appanoose County Fair?

A. I plan to attend all six days.
B. I plan to attend five days.
C. I plan to attend four days.
D. I plan to attend three days.
E. I plan to attend two days.
F. I plan to attend one day.
G. I do not plan to go to the fair this year.
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