Apple Festival Fun

A 1930 Model A Ford Coupe, which cost about $600 when new, attracted these two girls’ attention at the Fall Apple Festival and Antique Show

A 1930 Model A Ford Coupe, which cost about $600 when new, attracted these two girls’ attention at the Fall Apple Festival and Antique Show Photo by Max Foster. |

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A snow cone concession stand was a popular place to b as the days warmed up.

A 1930 Model A Ford Coupe, which cost about $600 when new, attracted these two girls’ attention at the Fall Apple Festival and Antique Show held Oct. 5 and 6 at the Pine Community Center and Cultural Hall.

The car was restored as a John Deere manufacture. Those who attended the weekend Apple Festival in Pine enjoyed cooling treats sold from a snow cone concession stand.

The final festival event of the season drew a sparse crowd that totaled perhaps 1,000 in two days. The event was hosted by the Pine Strawberry Business Community, a non-profit group of local business owners and residents.

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