Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1932 · Page 2
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gOtttm. AftVAttttttr AtOOMA, tdWA MM_^M^^________B_M^^^Hi-HM^^B--H^-^BVH-_^H^^Mi_^^B_H^H^^HI_H^^H_^BM-_B-H-i^BHPV^H Back to School Sale Btiy your back to school clothes during our CKASH TO RAISE "CASH « Sale Now Going On Boy's school shirts, > in broadcloth or cambric Boys' overalls, all sizes . Boys' or girls' stockings, best grade, pair Boys' new Fall caps, newest patterns 39c, 49c Boys' oxfords, best make, pair- Girls' school oxfords and straps. Peters or Star brands, now only Girls' school dresses, only __ Boys' new style slipover sweaters, sizes up to 16 years Big assortment of Peter Pans, .while they last, yd.-.— . 49e Boys' suits, sizes up to 1 Misses' gun metal oxfords, best makes. Why pay 4» 4 Q"f more? ^ I «w I Misses' "gym" bloomers, sateen, all sizes _ Hats', last call, ab'out 50 left '___•. 1 big assortment all wool boys' blazers, sizes up to 14. QQf* $2;'98. values .— 5JOC Boys' unionalls, sizes up to 18 — 1 Boys' school pants, all sizes _ Fruit jar rubbers, double lip, 8 dozen Soda Crackers, 4 ^i* 2 Ib. box IIC Algona Butter, lowest prices. I Bloom's Store rV I I <em «*% > &J^$fa*&** .hack ~to M ^» 4^ • m *.» ^•w ac ~o School in a _^^^^^^_ - -—• ,_ AJ_|_» v Frock . . . let s go in (or brighter classroom* The fastidious "teens" will be delighted with these Parisienne-designed wash frocks, done in grown-up styles to accent the new Fall lines for School Commencements. Nevilles Toggery In Dad's Old Stand Algona, Iowa sc C IDOL BOOKS 1LLECTEO ITONKAP, 1Y Seven Kinds of Fish Found in Bancroft Pit Tltonka, Aug. 23—The committee in charge of the community used school book exchange, sponsored by the P.-T. A., was busy Friday receiving used books. The books .will be sold Wednesday afternoon at the Tltonka Consolidated School building from 2 to 9 p. m. This project Is sponsored to help the community in securing school books during the present economic condition. The committee Is composed of Mrs. Sadie Denton, chairman, Mesdames Torgeson and Carl F. Callles, and Miss ttellie Nelson. County Units to'VlsIt TUonkn— The Legion Auxiliary held its regular August business meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Monday evening, and Mrs. Cleo Nelson, one of the delegates to the state convention, gave a partial report. Plans were made to entertain the other seven units of the county at the county meeting to be held September 20 at the Methodist church here! A further report of the state convention will be giv- n n at the regular monthly radio party and work meeting. " Mnnkato Relatives In Visit— The Otto Falks entertained the Kleist families, of Rochester, Saturday. They returned Sunday. They had been called home by the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Ben Kleist, who is a resident' of Rochester Minn., and who has been very ill for the last three months with little hope of recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kleist were at one time pioneer residents of this community. Mrs. Otto Falk Is a sister of the Kleist brothers. Wilsons In Aorth Woods— The John Wilsons, of the AVilson cafe, left Sunday for northern Minnesota and Canada, where Mr. Wilson takes refuge from hay fever. During their, absence the cafe will be in .charge of Mr. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .J. AVilson, of Algona. Bob AVood accompanied them to Minneapolis, where -he will visit his grandparents and brother Sydney, who is in training at Fort Snelling. Goorgre Bonacker at Clear Lake- George Bonacker, who is suffering from 'ulcers of the stomach, has been forced to take a two weeks vacation with complete rest, and with Mrs. Bonacker is camping in the Tourist park in Clear Lake. Estella Sonacker, registered nurse, is at the Bonacker home caring for the :wins, Janice and Joyce, and the baby Dawn. Arthur Askln Jr. in Hospital- Mrs. Arthur Askin accompanied ler son Arthur to.Mason City last Thursday, where the latter entered :he Park hospital for a thorough physical examination, having been In poor health for .the last several weeks. It is hoped that Arthur will be sufficiently improved in health so that he may enter high school this fall. Attends Swea, City Meeting— , Mrs. Luella Schenck, of Burt, county chairman of the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary, and Mrs. Sadie Denton, of Titonka, vice county chairman, attended a regular monthly business meeting of the Swea City Unit Monday. Mrs. Denton gave a report of the state convention recently held at Cedar Rapids. Scanlan to Visit Tllonka— John Swanson has been busy the past week remodeling and cleaning the First National banking room preparatory to occupa.ncy by Dr. F. C. Scanlan, who will'make regular visits to Titonka in the future. Dr. Scanlan is associated with a -brother at Algona. School Busses Put in Condition- School busses have all been paint ed and some replaced ready for school to begin. The schoolhouse has been painted and kept up neatly. Credit is due Richard Harms, janitor. Recital Plea.sos Large Crowd— The recital Monday evening at the Methodist church by pupils ol Miss Arndorfer, music teacher,., ol St. Benedict, was well attended and those present were pleased. Farmer Has Blood Poisoning'— Ernest Peterson, farmer south of town, is suffering from blood pois oning in one arm. Mr. Peterson has been having an unusual run of hare luck during the last year. Bancroft,-Aug. 23—the county is training the sand pit on Union Slough. • The water is being pumped out with a steam engine. Representatives of the 'Fish and Oarrie de- Boy Breaks Arm— Jos. Merrill broke 'his i-ight arm Saturday afternoon, when he fell rom a horse at Ray Welp's. He is he youngest son of the N. J. Mer- 'ills, and is the fourth child in Ban- E DO OUB OWN LENS GWNDJNG PR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt, Algpna, Iowa Other Titonka News. Hazel Budlong, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. 'Frances Budlong came home Friday afternoon from Hampton. Hazel has been attendint, summer school, at Cedar Falls, am Mrs. Budlong has been visiting another daughter, Edith, for a week The Flick Davises, of Bancroft spent Sunday at Harold Johnson's Mr. Davis at one time served as radio expert and mechanic at the Falk garage, leaving here for Alden and only recently being employed a Bancroft. Tjae Theodore Dunmeirs arrived home Friday* afternoon, after hav ing spent the summer in Cedai Falls, where Mrs. Dunmeir attende< summer school . Mr. Dunmeir Is the coach of the consolidated schoo here. " Mrs. Jay Budlong, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Reiterman, drove U Burt Saturday to meet her aunt Mrs. Nora Ward, of Los Angeles Calif. Mrs. Ward will visit the Ja Budlong's for several days, John Frederick Wentz is , being cared for by Mrs. Harold Johnson while his mother, Mrs. - Mayme "Wentzt a registered nurse, is caring for Mrs. John Farenholtz and bab; at Woden. The George Kruegers entertained the G. Kruegers, of Minneapolis who came to take back with them a grandson and nephew, who has 'been spending his summer at the Krueger home. Mre. William Rickleffs has been 1J the last week, suffering from thi flu, which settled in her eyes. Rosa Paulsen has been aviating in the .borne. Mrs. Ernest Wilson and son Robert, who spent several weeks at the Denton bojne, left Sunday from Chi. cago for their home at prten4o, partment were up two veek 1 , seiHed the fish days out,! last and dumped them into the Des Moines iver eouth of the pit. More than seven kinds of fish were taken from the pit. Gravel will be taken from :he pit soon. Highest Cream Check to I/ampe^- The ten highest cream checks paid by the Bancroft creamery for July cream follow: Henry Lampe, S-V6.77; J. J. Nurre, $42.07; Leo Bernhard, $40.75; F. H. Mescher, 39.60; Clem Diers, $35.20; Edw. Droessler, $34.'88; C. H. Gertz, $34.71; William Goche, $30.09; W. Weber, $28.00. $28.4'5; J. M. Kollasch, \ .1 Teacher Homp from Coast — Georgia Carmean got home last Thursday from Los Angeles. With ilvalyn Glasner, Sanborn, and Clara Klum and Barbara "Peters, Hawarden, she attended summer school at the University of Southern California. Miss Carmean will teach in the ligh school this year. T. E. Kennedys Arc Coining-— Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy, of Hutchine.ori, Minn., will move to Bancroft as soon as a house can be found, and Mr. Kennedy will manage the Kennedy Bros, department store here, A, W. Kennedy being now active vice president of the local , Shower Honors Ida Kollasch — Mrs. Albert Deitering, Mrs. Elmer {ollasch, and Cornelia and Mildred Kollasch were hostesses at a .shower \t Albert Deitering's Monday even- in honor of Ida Kollasch, who vill be married next week to Jesse Vlarlow, Lone Rock. croft to break a right arm so far this month. ' "^ Lumberyard Mnnnfcr In Hospital— E. H. Kohnke, manager of the local Thompson yards, Is a hospital patient at Minneapolis, .slowly recovering from a, broken * vertebra, and 'Mrs. Kohnke and the children are with Mr. Kohnke's mother there. . Bancroft Nines Win, Lose— .The Bancroft Legion team won from the Ringsted Legion nine on the local/grounds Sunday, 5-3. The Fnirmonl Cardinals beat the (Bancroft' Lions, 3-2 Sunday, also on the local diamond. Woman Suffers Broken Knee- Mrs. Bertha Middleton, Rockford, 111., is helping-care for her mother, Mrs. P. Gillls, who broke a knee one day last .week. Bertha Gillls. Mrs. Middleton was Edw. Droessler Sick; Better— Edward Droessler, .east of town farmer who had been confined to AT SWEA CITY Swea ''City, Aug. 23—Supt. B. H. Parsons has pl-eliOred a series of "articles on the Swea,City schools, and some of the outstanding facts ,are:.; the cost of each jjtipil's./'education last year was $lli.8i; the total Cost of the schools was $38,700; $8,70(1, was received from state aid and tul- tinj' this left $3fl,000 to be paid by taxpayers; 342 pupils were enrolled 1 the first day last year; on the last day there ".Vere 368; 'during the year 897 were enrolled; the average daily attendance was 346.57; there were 37-tuition pupils last year, all but-one In. high school; the district received" from these pupils $3,000 at $12 a month. The' schools Will-open September 4. Auto Hreaks 1'hone Pole— ,Gus Overfleld recently met with an accident three miles north of town. He met n car, both traveling at top speed, Mr. Overfield driving ft bed three weeks, is about the house new _ E * se * : , and ln now. He was a pretty sick man for a time. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Marlon Johnson, Mason City, Is visiting this week at' the Mrs. Josephine Becker and A. H. Foth homes. Mrs. Johnson was Gazina Becker. Gertrude Schiltz is here from Emery, S. D., for a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz.' She Is employed in a store. Orvllle Gilbertson left Monday for Excelsior Spring's, Mo., for a week with friends. She is employed at the Register office here.' Adrla McGuire is spending a vacation this week at home. She is employed at the Paul Gt-ames grocery. The Paul Grames Sunday at Mankato. family spent Mr. .Grames owns the Grames grocery here. Mrs. R. J. Jacobs, Gurney, her daughter Maxine, and son 'Rolt visited Friday with T. P. Jacobs. Agnes Carrigan returned Tuesday to her home at Plover, after a week with Colletta Rockier. WESLEYANSJ PARK PICNIC, HEMJF TOUR Wesley, Aug. 23—The Skow fam- lies, the Ole Floms, and Marlon D aulsons, the Rev, Mr. Bernsten's family, Pastor Nelson, and the Vlg- ;o Klllsholms picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, last week Wednesday. The afternoon was spent in visiting, and the Rev. Mr. Nelson reviewed for the group lis journey through the Scandinavian countries, Germany, and France, fi'om which he returned a year ago. Mr. Nelson Is of Danish parentage, aut wae born at Ames. He preached In all the Scandinavian countries, and in Lapland, where he saw the midnight sun. He described scenery, customs of the people, and religious work. He says that the Laps, who have a language of their own, can in general understand Norwegian also. The gathering was in honor of the Viggo Kiilsholms, who will soon leave Wesley and the United States. Shower for Catholic Sisters— The Sisters of 'St. Joseph school returned last week Wednesday from Milwaukee, where they spent the mmer at St. Francis convent. A fruit and vegetable shower was given for them by Sunday evening. church members This has been the custom for some years. A covered- dish luncheon wae served, and the evening spent In visiting. The Sisters are: Mary Lydia, music teacher, Mary Annaclete, cook,» Ambrosiana, Mary Hermine, •Mary Mary Judith and Mary Philomene, teach- Wcsleyans Attend Reunion— The John Ormsbys attended a reunion of the McCrodens, Mrs. Ormsby's people, at Forest City Sunday. Twenty-five persons attended, and families present were the Mike Car- Ions, Lawler, the James McCrodens, Leland, the John Barretts, Crystal Lake, the John Ormsbys, Wesley, and the John Gavins, Forest City, at whose home the gathering was held. The gathering was in honor of the mother and Mrs. Sarah McCroden. grandmother, Former Wesley Girl Here— Leona Wright Arthur, Randalia, is visiting the Haynes and friends. Leona is a daughter of the senior Mns. Haynes, now deceased, and she clerked many years in the Felt store, being popular. The Arthurs are farmers, and have two daughters, one of whom was married and one of whom was graduated, this spring. The daughter and son-in- law, who are spending a little time at Okoboji,. brought here. Mrs. Arthur 8. S. Class In Picnic — The Willing Workers, Methodist Sunday school class of girls, spent Sunday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call ptate park, Algona, and ate a picnic supper. The teacher, Florence Hansen, who is clerk In the Exchangt State bank, has no time off on week days. Miss Hansen Is a fine teacher, and is popular with her class. Mrs. Oscar Erickson drove the party over and back. Former Neighbors In Get-Together- Mrs. James Hodges was surprised by a call Friday from the Fred El- llns, WUliston, N. D. They were accompanied by 'Mrs. Ellin's sister, and were on their way to visit relatives north of 'Britt, where they formerly lived. The Hodges and Ellins moved to North _Dakota about the same time, and were neighbors there for some years. Name Misspelled l&8t Week- Annoyance was caused by a change made In spelling a name In one of last week's paragraphs, after the copy left this correspondent's hands. It was E. j. Ruachka,; not HuflChka, who knew the . Studers at Springfield, Mo., )n 1$96, and who had come the previous Sat- to see the Studers. Pastor's Wife ftns Operation— Mrs. O. Thompson, Buffalo Center, whose husband was formerly Congregational pastor at Britt and Wesley, had an operation for goiter two weeks ago at Winona, 'Minn., where a daughter lives. Her husband was to bring her home this week Tuesday. •* Friends Meet. After 85 Y.ears— An old friend whom he had not seen for 35 years, made a surprise visit at Nathan Studer's last week.- He was Andrew Crane, who built the house on the Studer farm. He is now an undertaker, and lives In Minnesota, Auxiliary to Elect Officers— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, September 1. There will be election of officers, and a covered-dish luncheon will be served by members K to W, inclusive. ' „ "Fin" Patient Is Recovering'— Mrs. Wm. Garman, who has been seriously sick with flu for two weeks, is slowly recovering. The Garmans now live In the same residence with his mother, Mrs. August Garman. • ,• Other Wesley News. Mrs. -Raymond Hansen left for •Burlington last week .Wednesday morning, with her brother, Clarence Dahlin, and brother-in-law, Herbert Swanson. The two men have been here for some weeks. Mre. Hansen will visit her mother and a brother. Mrs. Theron Hansen will start the last of this week for Washington to visit her parents, the Elam Johnsons. It is expected that. the sisters-in-law will return together. The Methodist Bible study class will meet at the church this week Tuesday evening. The Sunday school board will meet with the 'superintendent, Mrs. Fred Seefeld, this week Thursday evenln. At the 4th quarterly meeting held at 'Sexton last Thursday evening, members of the board of trustees, stewards, and all church officers were elected for the coming year. Permanent committees were appointed, also. Anna Flom will leave Wesley Tuesday tq stay, with Mrs. Qertisteh, pastor's wife, at Britt,' until' Mr. Bernsten's return. Miss Eggjand, a teacher from Huston, Minn., who has been iwlth Mrs. Bernsten, will leave at the same time. Wm. Henderson was summoned to Humboldt last Thursday by newa of his stepfather Charles Pavlk's serious sickness. He took Mr. Pavik to an Algona hospital, where an appendicitis operation was performed. The Methodist W. F, M. S. meets this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. James Hodges at Mrs. Turgeson's. Mrs. Wm; Hutchlnson will lead the lesson, and Mrs. H. Hansen conduct devotions. Mr. and MTS. Hill and their son Harry, Milwaukee, are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. LeRoy Kleinpeter. Harry Ja known here, having lived with his sister for some years. ' The; Theo. Larsons, Algona, and theJ Lester Leases spent Sunday at Clear Lake. The men, who are members of the Algona Military band, took part in a music festival there. Mrs. Bertha Looft, and her daughters, Margaret, Grace, and Johnette, spent last week at Okoboji. The Henry Loofts, Seneca, Visited Mrs. Looft Sunday. The R. C. Bauers and Ralph left Sunday for Good Thunder, Minn., where Callx Bauer lives. The entire party will soon start for a. trip to the Black Hilte. J. B. Johnson, Long Beach, Calif., who has recently been thrqugh the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Is here to visit hJs niece, Mrs. Theron Hansen. a -few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz, Ivyl Marie, and Mrs. Kunz's mother, Mrs. McCutchin, spent Sunday at Minneapolis with the Clare Kunzes. James Ormsby, after attending a family .reunion at Forest City Sunday, went to 1-aiyler.wltn, the Car- lons to spend .a -week, < Helen, daughter of th$ Carl Fran- ?ens, b,ad her tonsils ;and adenoids r$m<?ved fit an M$<?BQ fep«pitaj 'Friday.' he lost control of the car and drove off the road, where he struck an electric light'pole and broke It off. The car suffered a broken fender and the top was bent. The other car did not stop. Pastor Home from Vacation— The Rev. B. L. Weaver, with Mrs. "Weaver- and Gail, returned from a two weeks vacation Friday. They visited Omaha, Sioux City,- and points in western Iowa. They were called to Jolley, where the Rev. Mr. Weaver member of the Methodist church there of which he was formerly pastor. Mrs. AVarbiirton Heads W. C. T. U. The AV. C. T. U. held its August meeting at Mrs. AVilliam McAninch's last Tuesday, with Mrs. McCrary as program leader. After the usual business meeting officers were elected:. president, • Margaret ' -War? burton; vice president, Lulu M. Dye; secretary, Minnie Thompson; treasurer, Hulda Peterson. 4-H Girls, to the Lakes— The Harrison Healthy Hustlers, with their leader, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, are at the Okobojis for a week's outing. The girls are Ardella Hovey, Lucille 'Peterson. Helen and Harriet Poole, Ho Edwards, Bernice Smith, Harriet Erickson, and Alpha Simmons. They have a cottage near the monument. Fireman Gives Address Here— The firemen are sponsoring the appearance of Genrge K. Hawthorne, formerly of the Lincoln, Neb., fire department, here this week .Tuesday night. He gives a lecture on fire prevention, and is now employed by the national board of fire -underwriters. Mrs. Olaf Anderson Is 89— Mrs. Olaf Anderson celebrated her 89th birthday last week Tuesday. Relatives and friends here and from surrounding towns helped. Mrs. D'. L. Leffert, Algona, and Emma Anderson and J. J. Anderson, Swea City, are her children. Last Band Concert Given— The school band gave its concluding summer concert on the streets Saturday evening. Special numbers were given by Helen Poole, Irene Dourte, — Parsons, Frances Thomson, and Reginald AVinter. Country Schoolhoiise Itepalnted— G. O. Anderson has painted a' sehoolhouse four miles south 'of town preparatory, to the opening of school.. Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sherman, Bancroft will again teach. Two Families In Reunion—' Mrs. McCrary, Raymond and Walter McCrary, AVilliam Moore, and Mrs. AVilliam Bargar attended a reunion of the Barger-Cobb families at Boone Sunday. This is an annual affair. Auxiliary Unit Serves Lunches— The Legion Auxiliary served hamburger sandwiches, homemade ice cream, cake, pie, and coffee in the Haglund building Saturday evening. Other Swea f!1ty. Doris James, Emmetsburg. visited here a week ago. Her mother, Mrs. Dean James, with Joy and Byron, came last 'week Wednesday, going home next day. Mr. and Mrs. C. AV. Carr, with Mr- and Mrs. W, E. Hanson, of Haifa, spent the week-end with relatives at Hollandale, Minn. Mrs. Frank Thomson and her daughters drove to Algona Friday to help Mrs. Grant Benschoter celebrate her 77th birthday. Mrs.. James 'Sider and daughter Irene are spending the week with Mrs. Elder's mother at Spencer. Merle Jacobs is visiting at the Frank Jacobs home, Grant Center this week. ' Raymond and Lloyd Carr spent Sunday at the Gangsted home at Armstrong. Titonka The Jake Goddens, of Burt, attended Indian day here. Mrs. Godden came to assist at .the Legion stand and worked the entire day The William A. Winters drove to Rolfe Sunday to meet a new granddaughter at their son James Winter's. . i The Dr. B. C. Balls arrived home Sunday evening after having spent the week-end in northern Minnesota Mrs. John Wood Sr. has been sick the last week, but is now .Improving. WEAVING THAT SATISFIES At Very Low Prices. E, RICHARDSON 1120 E. McGregor . wi: CALL urn ''•</<</I)!'LIVMtYUUK This is not kn ad to increase sales for we.have plenty business—all we can ban dip and then, some; This is an invitation t« visit Neville's Shoe Store and make yourself at home. You will find drinking Water, toilet ami lavatory, towels, mirror, combs, and toilet , articles'for your convenience. Women with children are especially invited to make u«p of this room. You will not be asked to bnv anything in the store. I have gone to con alterable expense rigging up this room anri I want you to use it. Tt is for your convenience. It is yourq and it will please us if you make use of it. * When, in town" figure Neville's Shoe Store as your own home—come in and eo , out as you please. We have a place for your bundles and a davenport for you to sit and rest on. You are sure welcome. * I am not'living for myself alone — T think of other people very often. Age is beginning to mellow my once fiery disposition. " .''•••' X ..''> •..•'•' . . : . ' ' . • Jimmie Neville •'The Shoe Man" Algona, l a . Kossuth's—Fall — Outing | The Big Kossuth County FAX R . You Can't Afford to Miss This Year's Program Monday Entry Day. Tuesday Three running races—five furlong, six furlong, county running race. Baseball—Fenton vs. Titonka. ERMA and LARRY FLOWERS in two big acts on trapeze and rings-r-the endurance loop Avith the world's fastest revolve—with "Lotta Fun Harry" THREE LARCONIANS —A merry mixture of gingerized gymnastics, bouncing buffonery and novel tricks—in three big acts. TOYANA JAPANESE TROUPE. In the evening, together with all platform attractions, will appear Marion's Revue, featuring Joe Marion, world famous comedian, in person. . Wednesday HENRY FIELD DAY HENRY FIELD, republican nominee for U.S. Senator, will speak to the grandstand crowd at 1:30 p. m.. FOUR RUNNING RACES—Four furlong, seven furlong, five furlong, 4 1-2 furlong, BASEBALL—Swea City vs. Bancroft Lions. ERMA and LARRY FLOWERS in two apparatus acts. THREE LARCONIANS in»gymnastics. TOYANA JAPANESE TROUPE. MARION'S REVUE, in the evening, with specialty acts injthe afternoon. \ Thursday LOUIS MURPHY PAY LOUIS MURPHY, democratic opponent of Henry-I * leld for TJ.. S. Senator, will speak at the grandstand at 1:30 p. ni. THREE RUNNING RACES —Six furlong, for horses not winning first in other racesr-one mile Alt gona Merchant's Derby~4 1-2 furlong, for horses not' taking first or second in other races. BASEBALL—Mason City Bats vs. Corwith Nighthawks. THREE LARCONIANS—in gymnastics. ERMA and HARRY FLOWERS in two big apparatus acts. •••..-.:-•.- ^i TOYANA JAPANESE TROUPE. MARION'S REVUE, afternoon acts and evening show. I Friday r ,-t DAREDEVIL DAY .. T he World's Congress of Daredevils—direct frW ; the Iowa Statt? Fair-4eaturing an" auto head-on cok "sion—motorcycle races—Ash Can derby—Auto PoW —the Great Early crashing big motorcycle througM boardwall—the somersaulting auto. THREE LARCONIANS in gymnastics. ERMA and LARRY FLOWERS in their big apparatus acts. TOYANA JAPANESE TROUPE, show^ N>S REVUE afternoon acts and Anyone of Thete Attraction! i* More Than the Entrance fVies~-y<w» them all f Qr Qn e The Yew's Big ;- ^ r ,.,^^ ^r. ->^ < ij - -. .Tre-rlft

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