Sparks Article P1 8-4-1936

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Sparks Article P1 8-4-1936 - DOWNIE CIRCUS IS HERE TOMORROW Downie Bros,...
DOWNIE CIRCUS IS HERE TOMORROW Downie Bros, Circus will be here tomorrow, it has already established itself as a noteworthy institution un- • der the management of one of Amer- j ica's best known circus managers, ' Charles Sparks, whose long career \ of catering to the public's enlreiain- i ment by his strictly honorable busi- | ness methods, his mollo being "quality, honesty, and cleanliness," which has been lived up lo during Ihe en- lire growth of Ihe Downie Bros. Circus. The public hails wilh delight the announcement that when this circus exhibits here it will present a circus beyond description of wonders and novelties, an all new international congress of features presented in three rings, huge hippodrome track, and the maze of aerial riggings. The gorgeous opening spectacle "The Evolution of Rhythm." In the three rings, the hippodrome track, and aerial labyrinth are many preeminent features. Jack Hoxie, famous screen star, and his famous wonder horse, "Scout," idol of millions of American boys and girls. Mr. Hoxie will be assisted by Miss Dixie Starr, leading tContinued on Page Three)

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 04 Aug 1936, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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