The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, June 21, 1990, Summer, Page 7, Image 7

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    I Counterclockwise from left:
The Farmer’s Market is a family affair for
both shoppers and sellers. The young
Whitsons, Max, 1, Shannon, 4 and Brooke,
10, keep mom company and help tend
the store.
Spinner Judy Watt of York raises An
gora goats and dyes the natural fibers
for spinning on old-fashioned handmade
spinning wheels.
Little Jeanne Renaudin from North Bend
supervises the action on board Gary
Barcus’ pickup truck filled with market
Finding a taste from home, Baohong
Zhang, left, and her husband Geongqin
Sun, right, both from China, take their
flick of Chinese cabbage, Seward-style,
rom vendor Ardene G. Henning. Sun is
a graduate student in biochemistry at
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
! Lincoln High School graduate Robert
Winsor juggles as a hobby, for show
and to pick up a few extra dollars during
the lean college years at the University
of Iowa.