Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1931 · Page 2
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PAOifi TWr cmmtr ADVANCE At/su THOUSANDS from Here Will go to the WORLD FAMOUS CONCERT BAND Thavlu's famous concert band will return to the Clay County Fair this fall. Young Samuel Thaviu, the tooy conductor, and his famous musicians madq such a hit with the crowds In 1930 that they have been booked for reappearance. They will play concert and attractions each Afternoon and evening. Rated with Creatore and Sousa, they are playing many of the large fairs of the country and the Clay County Fair is fortunate to secure them again. Windmill Plane Appears at Clay County Fair Autogiro to Make Several Flights Each Day. After .having been exhibited at the state fairs of Iowa, Minnesota, and South' Dakota, the Register and Tribune -Autogtuo will go to Spencer where it will make several flights "Follies of Life" Musical Revue each day of the 1 fair and will be In- pected by the curious thousands as t rests inside the race track oval. The autoglro is the newest and nost revolutionary type of aircraft et built. Only 12 are now being lown In the United States, two of vhlch are owned by the navy. Good News III Is the first auloglro to be owned and operated'by anyone In owa. There Is only one other west of the Mississippi river. It will be a vonderful attraction for tlie Clay ounty Fa-lr and the fair management along with the,. Des Moines Register is to be congratulated foi laving secured so early a demonstration for Iowa people. R EPLETE with features. This stige presentation, before the grandstand each evening, is reputed to be one of the finest revues ever presented in America. Special amplification will carry the music of this feature to all parts of the grandstand. The Five Leland Balancers Agricultural and Stock Exhibits Main Features The Pour Aerial Lorenzos Stock exhibits at all of the fairs this year have been very large and early reservations filled every stall and pen In the mammoth barns on the Clay County Fair grounds. Cattle and horses and swine and sheep from all over Iowa and the adjoining states will be seen competing for the coveted blue ribbon at this outstanding fair. Over 200 baby beeves, GO dairy calves, 300 pigs and sheep, colts and chickens galore will be exhibited in the club work. The big club work building has become one of the busiest on the grounds and the center of interest for many fond relatives from the 12 counties of northwest Iowa. The big machinery field will be covered with roaring, grinding and whirling machines designed to simplify and lessen the labor of the farm. Exhibits in school work show remarkable ability and the women will find dozens of ways, to pass the time by studying the hundreds of exhibits in needle work, baking, and canning. S UPREME head and hand balancers with teeter board manipulations that have never been equalled. This was one of the outstanding acts at-state fairs last year and appears at the Clay County Fair this year. The above photo is the exact reproduction of the new $45,000 grandstand which will seat throngs that attend the "World's Greatest County Fair" September 22 to 26. Reserve Seats Now IN THE NEW GRANDSTAND •THOSE SECRETARY'S OFFICE AT SPENCER No Advance In Prices 2680 SEATS at 85c BOX SEATS at 75c 1600 SEATS at 25c ;; ^450.. SEATS'AT 50c YjQy, .C4,> T ,SEE MORE FOB YOUR 50c il'iisAB THAN YOU E VERSA W BEFORE AT THIS THE Greatest County Fair" SPENCER, IOWA 22— 26 Paris Night Show Comes to the Clay County Fair The original artist sketches am photographs were scanned by mem hers of the executive committee o the Clay County Fair when the\ purchased the greatest evening at traction ever presented at fairs. The "Follies of Life" was being seen a the Follies Begere in Paris last yea and is playing some of the eastern state fairs before appearing at th Clay County Fair, September 2 to 26. Not only did the show cost mucl more money than in the past bu over twice as much had to be spen to secure loud speaking equipmen Western Electric service such as 1 used at Soldiers' Field In Chlcag has been installed so that all ma hear the music in its beauty i purity of tone. The five big hippodrome attrac tions which appear on the aftei noon program with the racin events will also be presented e evening with the "Follies of I. presentation. Seats Being Reserved Conflagration Did Not Hinder} Better Than Evl According to Leo Dalley, secretary o£ the Clay County Fair, hundreds have already made reservations In •the big, new $45,000 grandstand. Fair patrons are Urged to get their reservations made early. Reservations can be made 'by phoning the secretary at Spencer. In spite of additional seating capacity it Is e'xpected that attendance this year 'will shatter all previous records. Thousands throughout this section of'the state are planning on spending at least one day at the "World's Greatest County Fair," Intending to start from their homes early In the day. Clay county has practically completed their road paving program this year, "and Inclement weather would make little or no difference In spite of the additional and better entertainment this year there will be no advance in prices, Secretary Dailey stated. Tuesday , wil •bo family bargain day, children ad mltted free to the grounds, and may select any seat In the grandstand for the nominal sum of five cents. Seats In the grandstand sell for 3Bc and BOc. Box seats at 76c and bleacher seats at 25c. ARRANGMENTS MADE FOR PARKING SPACE A great convenience for patrons of the Cla'y County Fair this year Is the 14 acres of new land for parking autos. This Is just* west of the Club building, Is well pbllced, and handy for those who will want to leave their lunch "and wraps where they can" be secured easily. Most people will be glad to take advantage of this privilege. , • «. Sa- Union Stock Yards team to Perform The famous 8-h'orse team of the Chicago Union .Stock Yards • wII again be seen in fancy driving demonstrations on the track both afternoon and evening. This team won the grand championship at the In- terriatkmal,,In.Chicago last fall. Ev- evryone rushes to the fence or rise In their seats when they-'appear on the track. '.'" Unusual ,, Offered Both D« and Night, •All flliPstlnn a « ... . . flro nt „,,„„ «'«the r | ' ngo would dam, o£ the fair wered in n tary '« p ,, steel grandma 14 acri'.s n have room fur .,„ of -™was necewary a H to park insiiio dm S^vzr- 1 handy. m1 ha « New walks and ' * sewage and add to the , l( , (llu • . - • lo l Shorty Flemm in Per son D AZZLING FEATS of skill and n erve on the highest apparatus in existence. Nothing approaches it In, this country or Europe. One hundred ten feet in the air, using no net. An attraction great in suspense, in gripping sensationalism and in entertaining power. Veterans to Compete in Auto and Harness Races Considerably more money is be- ng spent by the management of the Clay County Fair at Spencer to 1 at- :ract the most daring auto race drivers in the country this fall. With the enormous seating capacity of the new grandstand it is felt that the better races will attract more fans so that the extra money will return in the form of increased attendance and interest In the Saturday program. Several drivers will be present who will make Gus Shraeder drive his speed demon faster than ever before if he would retain his record on the Spencer track. Jimmy Malone, famous starter of the Florida races, will be present and handle the flags for all events. The concrete wall should furnish ample . protection for the thousands who en^oy the smell of burning oil ar\d the thunderous detonations of the powerful racing cars. Fast, Horses Entered. "Only the bear-cats go to the Spencer Fair," say some of the race horse men. This may be true to a certain extent as they 'have always iad the. best horses in the country :here. . We understand arrangements have; been made to have two consolation races on Friday afternoon which will provide an opportunity for those horses which have been out of the money earlier in the week to stage a comeback. This will make Friday's program of four races, ^the 2:12 trot and the 2:11 pace and the two consolations, the finest harness race program of the week. It will mean 12 events instead of the usual ten and will attract many of the horses who are afraid of the "bearcats." Cato's Vagabonds to Furnish Dance Music Dancing, too, will play an important part on this year's entertainment. Cato's Vagabonds will furnish the music each afternoon and evening, rendering the newest and snappiest hits of the season, in the new dance hall with the mirror-like floors. fah , -™« 'o alN | "Far from l K .|, lt , „ Mr. Dalley wiys, "\\- e rt more people i,, ',. ome ''" ) ' well and how nuich of th. area has alrm.iy been rebuilt"! You Don't Have to Be Rich; $4,7 Pays Family's According to figures given,, Secretray Dalley of the Clay ( Fair the average family O f adults and two children'may a, "The World's Greatest County J for a cost of only $4,75, 7 eludes paying the expense i "or between loo and 150 mill veil as all thp admissions t grounds and seating area for t noon and evening. "With over 517,000 worth of | ram in front of the grani each afternoon and each we don't see where people < any more for their money," Dailey, "and when one coiuM Lhousands of exhibits ga Lhe many Iniililings it Is Impossible for a person to i whole fair in le.ss than twote T HE PINT sized comedian with th.3 barrel of fun keeps you giggling, laughing and roaring. A new clown for the Clay County Fair this year, that keeps your attention from start to finish.' No one can resist watching his eccentric dancing, ready wit and clever impersonations. "Check" Your Bab With Special Nu As usual, special nttendanU| take care of the tiny babies 1 Red Cross building while you a] the grandstand performance. 1 ditlon this year a fenced in! under the tree.s will provide place for children up to five yes age, while the mothers sit and visit. It will l)e better I little ones than dragging/ through the barns and exhibit l| ings, which they are too yr appreciate. Paving Finished for Clay County Fair According to Perry Savage, engineer in charge, the last piece of Clay county's paving was finished on Saturday morning, September 12. People driving to the fair at Spencer will not have to detour even though men will be working on the shoulders. Travelers are urged to drive carefully as the traffic will of course be heavy at times. It will be a great convenience not to make a detour when we are on our way to the fair. Robot Will be at the Clay County Fair Arrangements have just been completed for the appearance of the Robot or mechanical man who appeared at the state fairs of Iowa and Minnesota to appear at the Clay county fair. You will see the lady manipulate the levers and wires from the rear as the Robot walks about the track in front of the grandstand. Many people claim tha it must be a real man and • not i machine since the actions are perfect as to deceive the eyes. so ' Famous Quartet in Parisian Night Show Over the air from KFAB at Lane oln this week folks heard a .wonder ful quartet sing for a few moments It was the Four Aces, Chicago's fin est quartet who are with'the "Fol lies of LJfe" night show at the Clay county fair each evening. They were .playing at the state fair of Ne braska and part of .the program wa 'broadcast. From the remarks p those who. heard ^thew, they will Jje wonderful attraction at . the fair next week. FREE For the Kiddies CHILDREN'S DAY TUESDAY Boys and girls under 16 years of age will be admitted to the grounds FREE, and may purchase any seat in the grandstand for 5c. REMEMBER THE DAY — TUESDAY—BARGAIN DAY FOR THE ENTIRE F A MILY J The Royal American SHOWS One of the best midway shows obtainable, using 300 kilowatts of electricity alone. Truly, one of the best lighted shows in the world. Clean and up-to-date, offering dozens of good Shows and thrilling rides. Everyone Will Enjoy the Midway! For the Newest Aircraft For the first time in history, thousands of men, women and children will have the opportunity of seeing an Autogiro maneuver in the air'each day of the. Clay County Fair. This is the newest and most revolutionary type of aircraft yet built. The "windmill plane" is one of twelve now being flown in the U. S. It is owned by the Des Moines Register and Tribune and piloted by Charles Gatschet, who has a record' of flying three and one half years without an accident. Automobile Show This year marks the dawn of a new era as far as automobiles are concerned; and you'll have the opportunity of reviewing all the newest transportation and pleasure vehicles, from 4 to 16 'cylinders with all the desirable features indjafety devices. equ ip? Roaring Car Races No one ever heard of a circus without peanuts, »or i big fair auto races. Each year more and more, vast euros are spent by Association to procure the best talent obtainable, CK*s Shraeder back again this year to defend the record made in previous I***my Malone, renowned race starter, has ft l&p fee«n secured to flags for all tfcese events, ' **

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