Sparks 7-21-1934

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Sparks 7-21-1934 - Downie Bros. Circus Here Today H* cos* · 09 If...
Downie Bros. Circus Here Today H* cos* · 09 If the i hurry I he a big I t j Long before mother had time [wake the "kiddies" managed Downle Brothers SEXORITA THERESA MORALES Clrcu* a the they to to engaged the services of that well- western screen star. Jack! is well as his leading lady. i - .MISS uLxie Starr, and with "Jack" the Bulled on the circus grounds at the comes the horses that made ' Athletic Field Immediately started history, namely. "Scout". "Dyna- ithe- work of erecting the city of mite " a °d "Golden Stallion", a* well off i white tents, and long before time for " " B "J.J t '!,' *_!* f r -T.n" T^'Vi'! 0 " .v-. i since the days of Kin Tin Tin. the street parade to leave the circus Another novelty Is a revival of grounds everything was In readiness "leaps" made famous during the to r^re'.ee visitors there were gayly dars °* "srandma" and "grandpa" painted wagons everywhere, and snarimrln'-r board thousands of folks watched the ma- acts as the Riding Hannifords neurers of the elephants and after which is featured "George" the the large dining room had served over 350 hungry circus folks--work was renewed with plenty of energy. Charles Sparks, the manager, Charles Katz, his assistant, were here seeing that everything was in proper place. ing fool. From foreign climes cornea the Aerial Brocks, a sensational novelty high up in the air. Senorita Theresa Morales is a daring miss and from Old Mexico and Is tte only in the world doing a heel and toe catch on her lofty trapese. The New York Hippodrome sends the The first thing on Butters Troupe of wire artists. got our he his the program that interested, the pun- Mickey Larkin defies death at iround the performance in his sensational head long with slide. This season Charlie has given It plenty of open cages of wild animals, camels, ponies, dainty maids on tucky-bred horses, -- three forest-bred the public what It always likes to elephants, see with a circus, and that is their Ken- of horses, trained to a nicety and handled by America's foremost Ken- bands added much joy to the long proces- trainers. Allen Houser and sion, and a noticeable feature that Carreon. It's a great big circn* has been carried out on a Sparks- fering and gives two performances managed show was the cleanliness today, at 2:15 and 8:15 p. »., of it all. Charlie Sparks knowing doors open one hour earlier to that the public wants novelties has inspection of the big menagerie.

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 21 Jul 1934, Sat,
  3. Page 14

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