SPARKS BRINGS CIRCUS JUNE 15 Th3t Saturday, Juns 15 will be cir- chides such stars as the Hanneford cus day in Portsmouth became defln- family of bare-back riders with | itely assured today with the arrival of the advance advertising cars of the big Sparks-managed Downie Bros. Circus which !s scheduled for a matinee and night performance engagement on the Brackett's field. Under the persona! direction of Charles Sparks, veteran showman, the Downic Bros. Circus has a cast some of the outstanding names in a — - j circusdom as well as featuring the personal appearance of Bill Cody, popular cowboy screen star, who brings his entire Hollywood company to the circus presenting in the flesh exhibition ol ins: how the more thrilling ol movie exploits arc filmed. The 1935 cast ol the big show in- George, the -riding clown; Frisco's performing Seals; Billy Seigrist, clever tight- wire artist; the Carlos Carreon world's champion high jumping horses; three groups of High School j Horses; Marion Shuford, and her; thirty dancing thoroughbreds; per- j forming elepioants; trained ponies; j Mlnert DeOrlo, the clown cop and his ] army of laugh provoking clowns. An all new and elaborate spectacle "A Cavalcade of Splendor" opens the two hours' program which throughout is filled with novelties, thrills, and new sensations which brings Lhe performance up to the high standard set by Manager Sparks in his hall century as a circus irnpresario.