Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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f I ' VAOE TWO KOBSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA 22 Horse and Automobile RACES Four State Live Stock & Agricultural Show Brilliant Musical Nite Show 75 People 4-H Club Show Nearly 1OOO Entries Six Big OLDTIMERSIN GET-TOGETHER AT BURT FARM ' Burt, Aug. 30—Last Week Wednesday old friends gathered at E. B. Dlttmer's. The group Included Clara Zahlten, Algona; Kate Frink Annls,' Miles City, Mont.; Antoinette Durant, of the Plattville Normal, Wls.; Opal Sarchett Wheeler, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Minnie School Boys at St. Joe Trim the Married \ St. Joe. Aug. 30—Baseball fans witnessed two more games Sunday on the local diamond. The first game was married men vs. Rev. Theobold's school boys. The married men lost 12-8. 'Batteries were M. 'Frl- deree, R. Thllges, and the Rev. Fr. Theobold for the school boys, nnd R. Gales, N. Becker, and E. Thul for the married men. The second game was 'North vs. South (St. Joe). The Schryver Sarchett, Burt; Jesele Ah- j South was composed mostly of play- •nis ' Cotton, Lone Rock; Mrs. I era taken from the Thul threshing Wheeler's daughter, Mrs. W. E. | crew. The North won 17-8. Lev, Lakota; and Mrs. Cotton's 1 teries for the North were "- Bat- a , . ter and H. Thllges, with A. Klein, Shelllto, and Norma. After lunch- E. Thul, nnd A. Kramer for the eon the time was spent in visiting. South. Strange to tell, "old times" -were ' hardly mentioned, but the forward I Wvo S«nte Fair DcmollstrnHon— movements in politics, education, | Mrs. R. V. Fitch and Mrs. Jack and other lines were discussed. Mrs. | Devihe left 'Sunday for DCS Moines. Kate Annls has visited the'Presley Sarchet and E. B. Dittmer homes lately. She will return soon Miles City, where she and daughter make their home. They, with Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. P. A., have charge of the Kosto ! suth county booth at the state fair, her j nnd are to demonstrate the county work on re-caning chairs. Their expenses all week are paid. County Agent Morrison took them to Des Moines in his car. Joseph church for and Harold Thul. Alvlna 'Becker LUTHER ANY, P, PENNANT WON BY LU VERNE Circus and Hippodrome ' Acts! World's Greatest County Fair CLAY COUNTY FAIR Sept. 2O to Z4 Olritlnie I'ortlitmlersv Sick- Dell Fitch and sons Avery and Hnrley, and A. F. Carter returned Saturday from Sterling, 111., Where' Surprise for M"alter Halsrudc— Harley has spent several years at- j A KU ,.j, rlHe birthday party was tending school and staying with his glven ln honor of Walter Halsrude, grandparents, the George Stones. ; SQn of the , Peter Halsrudes, last The others went after him Wednes- i week Tuesday. The evening was spent dancing, with the 'Steve Loss orchestra furnishing music. Lunch lay. They found Mr. Stone, who has been 111, able to be up, but Mrs. Stone was ill with the flu. The Stones formerly lived in Portland township. Monday Mrs. Fitch received a telegram summoning her,to was served from covered brought by the guests. dishes her mother's worse. bedside, as she was New Grocery to Open— Lewis Larsen has rented the bulding formerly occupied by the Burt Monitor to a Mr. Harm-.ier, of Laurens, who will open up a cash and carry grocery. Mr. Hammer is a son of the Rev. Mr. Hammer, Methodist pastor at Titonka. He .s been -manager of a chain store at Laurens. He will start his business here a« soon as the necessary changes in the building can , be made. 4-H Boys, (Jirls Give Program— Riverdale 4-H boys and girls gave a short program at district school No. 6 to raise money. After the program there was a candy sale, then the seats were all taken out Other St. Joe. Marie Fourage arrived home Sunday morning after spendnlg the summer In Conifrey, Minn., With relatives. She came home to be. ready'for school Monday. Her uncle, Henry Stelzer, brought her home. Mr., and Mrs. Louis Fuhrman, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr,, Mr. and Mrs. John 'Becker, Adolph Fuhrman and Paul Flushfe were Sunday guests at Charley Plath's. Mi's. James Temple and Mrs. R. A. Skaugstad and children, of Bode, spent last .Thursday visiting Mrs. Wm. Hammer, Roberta Ann SkaUg-. stad remained till Sunday., Mre. M. Hanlfan visited Mrs. John Reutx, of Llvcrmore, Saturday, Mrs. ,Reut7. has been in poor health for some time, and the last few days has been ill In bed. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr,. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrman and the Chas. Plathe family drove Lost Island last Thursday to spend I the day in .fishing. VeVa Stell, Sioux City, and Mrs. Louis Reding and daughter Rosanna, Algona, spent Thursday visiting- their aunt, Mrs. Ed Hammer, Mr..and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr. are parents of a boy born 'last Thursday. The baby was baptized Sunday In St. Joseph's church. Mrs. Anton Wilmes, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmes, of St. Cloud, M1nn., visited last week at George Thul's. Caroline AVillger, Algona, Sylvia nnd Valeria Thllges and Rosalia Frideres spent Sunday at the John Frl- deree home. Alfred Reding celebrated his 23rd anniversary Friday. A Lu Verne, Aug. 30—T'he 1/U Verne Lutheran boys' klttenball team won the cup and a pennant Sunday afternoon when they defeated the Whlttemore team 6-4 at a Y. P. S. rally there'Sunday. The local girls lost tit' the Whitteinore girls i'5-8. About 300: young people were present at the banquet) and in the evening the West Bend group won a pennant for having the beet part in the entertainment. The Lu Verne group presented a playette. Schools 'Will Open Monday— Another school year begins next Monday, with Kate Skinner, Algona, again superintendent, Fred Graham, Prairie City, will he principal; Ange Roorda, Pella, mathematics and science, Mrs. Opal Morrison. Algona, English and i music. Irene Swenson, Watervllle! 7th and 8th ''"igrades; Irene Gelshecker, Lu Verne, ° 5th and fith; Bernlce Swenson, of Waterville, 3rd and 4th; Norma Partridge, Owatonna, 1st and 2nd. W. Schwab, Webstef City, will have charge of the orchestra. ,The Lutheran Parochial school will open the same day with E. Zeitz again teaching. ; .'.,'.,• dancing. About $5 was cleared. and | birthda i prise party. The Joseph 'Fuhrma'ns, accompan- Mrs. Martha Gray Goes Home— George Gray left this Tuesday for Omaha, where he took his mother, Mrs. Martha Gray, who has oesn spending the summer here. She will . K o from there to her home at Brute, mountains. Neb. Maybelle Gray accompanied them as far as Prlmghar, where she will spend a couple of days with i Rowena Brown, who will come back with her for a visit here. Little Work In Dakotus—- Harold Frideres and Kenneth Lyons returned Saturday after fwo weeks traveling through North and , i South Dakota as far as the Canada line, seeking employment. They report that there is no work there. j The Henry Ziemets : Sr., accom- Hay-Fovcr Victim to Colorado— panied by two of the Sisters, drove Frank Reding left last week for ; to Fort Dodge last Wednesday, the mountains in Colorado. He has Presbyterlans In Annual IMcnlc— The Presbyterians held their annual church picnic at Smith's Park near Renwlck, last Thursday. There was a good-sized attendance and, at usual,' an excellent dinner, including fried chicken and all thai goes with it. " Horseshoe pitching, kittenball and other games furnished amusements. A heavy rainstorm In mid- afternoon broke up the picnic. Attend Old Settlers IMcnlc— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Jones attended the MttfwJn, cafe* last week wedrie*day oh a trip. Her tooth**? Was btiried In the loeaf Cemetery iast 'st>rln-& » , »' A Mrs. Cannoh and daughter and Louie Weft, ot Frnnkfort, O,, were guests at C'ecll William's Friday. They were on their way home from a trip Into Minnesota. Last week Sunday the C. E. Browns, Auburn, visited at U. s. Grant's, and Blolse Brown, who had visited there, went home with them. .Mrs. P. 13. Griffith and her children left for home at Indianapolis last Thursday, after two months at the parental M. E. Rogere^home. Mrs. 'Ernest Wolto and Dolores have returned last week from Boise, Ida., where thejf visited Mrs.'WoI- to's sister, Mrs. W. S. Kehrer. The Floyd Colwells, Ledyard, were Sunday gucsta at Hugh Colwell's. Lois returned with them foi< a week's visit. Mrs. Irvln Chapman accompanied the Knbeles, of Goldfield, to -Dea Molnes Saturday to attend the state fair. Phyllis Llchty returned from' two week nt William Donaldson's, Goldfield, 'last Thursday. Ada Simmons, New York City, visited at Frank Smith's last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ray Stone visited at Cedar Falls last week. .__. «hd Ffttdft.Septehibct 1«8 Sunday nnd Mnmlav Matinee Thursday, litO. n> ' ANN HARDING', AWRENCE OLIVER IRVING PICHEL In "Westward Passage" Ann Hardlng's latest release. Taken frbm last year's beat seller 1 . , WILL ROGERS , " KICK , «« "IKnvn to Ea rHl » Saturday, gpptemr 9* Matinees. 1.-.30-3:30. Night shows, 7; 15-0:15. , Ulg Double Feature TOM KEENE in "The Saddle Buster" CHAS. BICKFOftD PAT O'BIUEN ROSE HOBART in "Scandal for Sale" , • —and'— Episode No. 7 of the Serial "The Last of the Mohicans" No advance In prices. • See how budget. It's a typical H O ., Prices; Matinees i *. 7, 9, balcony In 10-35c. ^-—^-^. Tuesday. \V (.,! Hosilay MAUREEK 0' icei-1 tough i -3; 00, K c '> main |i Scp|oi% ] In "Skyscraper So,J A penthouse «tn win. Reaching and halfway to Tl'iirsday, J l30i ied by Theresa Miller, returned last j om Settlere picnlc at Go , d£! eld Fri- week Wednesday after a week in j day Thla , g an annual plcnlc at . Chicago. i tended by all the pioneers in Wright William Erickson, of Bode, accom- countv . Many who Hved there in i panied by James Weydert, of St. - early day but wno have moved Joe, attended the state fair last week. days, i away, go back quaintances. to renew old ac- been suffering from an attack of hay fever, and expects relief in the Mrs. Ed Hammer and son Victor Fathers, Sons Itaiuiuet Mouday- A Father and Son banquet be served Monday evening at drove to 'Fairmont Sunday to visit , Methodist church! There will be at Peter Hammer's. Reserve your .Voic •»»•»»»»»»•«»«»«»»*»•»»+ LOOKING AT IT FBOM OUR ANGLE YOUR NEW HA.T : ; SHOULD HAVE AN IMPERTINENT TILT There's a dash and a new appeal to our hats for fall — and you'll feel years younger, and much smarter the moment you put one on. A large variety of styles in every new costume color. $2.95 FOR FABRICS AND FELTS I THE ELITE SHOP Jlrs. Claude Hawks Is Low— Mrs. Herman Neitzel and Lemuel Marlow, and Mrs. Chas. Hawks, of Lone 'Rock, left Wednesday for Brockton, Mont., called by the serious illness of their sister, Mrs. Claude Hawks. Edward Marlow, of Redfield, <S. D., accompanied them. They found Mrs. Hawks feeling better than they had expected. M. .1. Kellner and John Berte were among the first to fill silos in this Hun UN Announced— vicinity. Marriage banns were published j The Illg family held its family Sunday for the first time at St. | reunion 'Sunday at Sanborn, Minn. Girls to Attend State Fair— Beada Kollasch and Raemond Koe«tler, Burt township 4-H demonstration team, accompanied by the club leader, Myrtle Hanna, left Sunday for Des Moines, to attend the state fair. The girls were winners in the county at Achievement day, and thus won the free trip to the fair. Cllftons Given* Surprise -Party— .-, *• Last week • Wednesday • evening the Rev. and Mr«. Clifton were in- .vited, to J..D. Graham's,, yhere they \vere surprised by a number of famlies helping them celebrate their weddinff anniversary. Those present included the A. C. Bernhards, A. G. Volentlnes, Wm. Nelsons, and George Grays. he worked at sign painting most of i the time. j The Aid held an ice cream social j in the- Larsen building Saturday evening. A fair sum was made despite the cool and rainy evening. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Bisgard, Arvada, Colo., arrived a week ago Monday to visit Mrs. Bisgard's parents, the C. W. Schryvers. The Presbyterian Mite society will hold a cafeteria supper in the Larsen building Saturdaj' evening. They will begirt to serve at 5. -Hannabelle Giddings went to Wesley laet week Tuesday to care for a new baby at the Gordon C. Giddings home. Donald Ringsdorf and Paul Kriethe Jr. returned Saturday from 7 LUTHERAN Y. P.'S ARE GUESTS SUNDAY OF WHITTEMORE Y, P, Marine In Hurt Vhl< Grant Hutchinson, who has been in the marines the past four years, and ha« been stationed at Honolulu, epent last week at George Graham's. Whlttemore, Aug. 30—The Lutheran Y. P. s. entertained Mallard, West Bend, Ventura, Lu Verne, •Pairville, and Burt societies at a rally Sunday. Services were held at 1 o'clock at the church. After church the Lu Verne and Whlttemore boys' klttenball teams played for the championship, and Lu Verne won 5-4 in a nine-inning game. The local girls won the championship from the Lu Verne girls 1'5-S. After the girls' same the lo• en!• team was treated- by their.coach, George Schultr.' 'Immediately' 'af- tefward the girls all piled on'Lester 'Baas' "Chev" "coupe -and''rode re.turned Sunday after a week at through town cheering and singing. after attending the Cogdills went to New- Des Moines state fair. The R. L. castle, Neb., last ; week Tuesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Hans Christenaen. R. W. Rash and George Manus will the a program during the course of the evening, with the principal speech given by George Godfrey, of Algona, member of the state board of education. C. E. Societies Man Parties— The Presbyterian junior and senior Christian Endeavors are both planning parties for Friday night. Juniors expect to have a treasure hunt, with a picnic supper. The seniors will have a lawn party at Irvin Chapman's. Former Pastor Visits TJU Verne— The 'Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Caldwell, the former pastor of the local Presbyterian church some years ago, now located at Maynard, spent several days the first of the week with their daughter. Mrs. John Phillips. Pliill-Up I,H noli llooiu Opened— Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips opened their Phill-up lunch room in the former Huber quarters last week Wednesday. The room has .been redecorated. county fairs at Austin and Lea, Minn. Selma Clifton returned to _ City Monday after spending the ' W hHe, and blue, w~ith"flags as c'en- week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Annie terpieces for the table and Wash- Albert , There were 271 registered for the |C:30 dinner. Mason The hall was decorated in rod, Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schraeder Ington's Matilda pictures. Wagner, Usher« Bern ice spent Saturday and Sunday at the man, Merman Behnke, and WANTED, OLD TUBES AUGUST- SPECIAL 15% Trade in on your old tubes. BJUSTROM'S Phone 590 \VHALL FOR ,/,/WUVntYOUK ^^* - ~ fc Local* Lose to Amew 11-&— The Ame« Junior League baseball team, state champions, came to Burt last Thursday afternoon and defeated the local team 11-5. To Hold Final Conference— Supt. W. H. Lease will preach at the Methodist church Sunday evening and hold- the last quarterly, conference of the year. Other Burt News. ' Mrs. E. T^. 'Paine and son Edward took Mrs. Paine's mother, Mrs. Agne« Harris, to Ames last Thursday. and she took a train for her home at •El Paso, III. She had «pent a number of weeks here. Mrs. Paine and Edward spent the night at the Frank PaJne home and returned Friday. Mrs. H. A. Dexter returned 'Satur> day from Storm Lake, where she spent two weeks with her eon, A. B. C. Dexter, who with his family brought her home. Her grandchildren, Iverna and Atlee, remained for a week's visit, while their parents make a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. W. L. McLeod and two daughter, of H^warden, came last week Monday to visit the M. L. Vinaas and, W.. H. Klamp homes. The McLeods lived In Burl a number, of years ago, when 'Mr. McLeod was telegraph operator here. Irma ••• Davlson returned last week Tuesday from Palo ,Alto, Calif., where she had spent two months with tier sister, Mrs. Edna She will return to her school work at Sioux Rapids next week. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dlttmer ^entertained Phoebe Morgan the Itev. and Mrs. Allan Wood, and the C. L. and E. B. Dittmer families, Mtes Morgan returns to hei school work at Sheldon Friday. The Jess Thoreaons moved into the Nelson house recently vacated by the Delbert Vogele. The Roy Ol- loma recently moved here from Woden and are living In the Charles Schraeder house in south (Hurt. Mre. W. V. Fechter left last Thursday for Centralla, Mo., to spend a week with relatives, after which she will work In the county home at Columbia, Mo. •• George Bannick and Carlton Winter, Wilton Junction, visited Thursday and -FrldaV at W. A, MacAr- r'e. ,G$pi$o is a nephew of ur.''' v • ' returned FrW»y where be b&4 apent tote Archie Ames home in Kanawha. I The Verne Owene, who have been living at Jefferson, are moving back to their house in Burt this week. . The Jess Du;jans returned last week Tuesday from Davenport, were: Balge- Vlctor where they had visited relatives. Mre. C. L. Holding and Mrs. W. R. Chafee visited their sister, Mrs. Will 'Larsen, at Britt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thaves and hree sons spent the week-end with relatives at Waseca, Minn. Wllma Slaughter started teaching Monday in the A. M. Gustafsoh dis-. rict in Union township. "* •Fern Friday, 'Rich land Center/ Wis., visited her cousin, Mrs. John Rippentrop last week. Mr. and Mrs. K. j. Smith and two sons were Minneapolis visitors last Thursday and Friday. ' The J. G. Sewicks, Lura Sewlck, and Lauretta Larsen were Mason iity visitors Friday. Lottie Hawcott spent last Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Seldon Straley, at -Fenton. The Fortnightly club meets at Mra. TSrwin Schwletert'a this week Wednesday. William Giddings returned Sunday from several days in northern Minnesota. The Max' Bussmans, Truman, Minn., spent Sunday at W. T. Trainer's. Aid meets this we*k Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. W. H. Klamp's, Herman Baker, Brookpark, Minn., visited "Burt 'friends'the last week, with Ijrs. Mary .Stewart assistant hostess." •• --.'. i. » — T. B. Claims a Mexican. Ledyard, Aug. 23—Peter Rlverla, young Mexican beet worker at 'Edward Reece's, died Saturday night of tuberculosis, and funeral services were held at the Sacred •Heart church Monday. He left a wife and one child, Another child died, only a month ago. i Dau. Badge and riieal ticket tenders were Ruth Schultz and Rudolph Hanover. The program follows: America; reading, Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, of Falrville; male quartet, of Fairvllle; solo, Wilmer Hantelman; Lu Verne, •playlet; Mallard, pantomime; juggling; Walther League Song, Fair- vine, Burt, 'Ventura; W«st Bend, humorous musical sketch; Whittemore, " ragtime' band; • humorous sketch. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer awarded the'hoy's . cup and pennant to. Pat Gronbach, Lu Verne, and the girls' Comes Home from England— Doris/Baddeley returned last week Wednesday. f roiri two months In Eriglaii'd.' '"'* She' will;"teach 'at Pocahontas again. Lee Llchty Home A*ahi— Lee Llchty, who was operated upon for appendicitis at the 'Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, returned home Sunday. Little Boy IN 4; Party- Stuart Sanders was'ifour last week Monday, and his mother entertained a number of his S, S, classmates in his honor. Oth«r Lu Verne News. Mrs. Frank'Jutte, Des Moinee, and her daughter spent several days at Charles Burke's, Geo. Frantz's, and Henry Kubly's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blatte. Goldfield, brought them Wednesday and spent trophies to' Lydia*. Meyer. the day with relatives! . ,Th^ Yern Stones, Mason City, and Fay • Thompsons, Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests at ,H., E., Piet?ke'B. Thi« wa« Th ? 'Stone* had returned" Saturday v s 'from' a';trlp 'through the .Eas.t,->i..in* and followed by a girls' glee club song, . . ,. ... „ . a piano solo by Elmer Delink*' and °' udl . n f New lork. New Jersey, awarding of prizes to West Bend for 'snington. the best entertainment, Finger Mashed by Tractor. Sexton, Aug.' 30—Louis Beisch, employed at James Brophy's, suffered a mashed finger' : Monday while attaching a tractor to H. plow. The tractor backed up, catching his finger. The Arthur Dlekoff, Detroit, who visited relatives here laet week, left for home Sunday. They were accompanied by Elda Tlede* who teaches in Detroit. Mr. Dlekoff Is also an-instructor there. -- Among farmers taking 'short vacations are the Fred Baumgartners, who left Friday for a week in Wisconsin, and the Harry Chrlstensons, from three *r«*k* NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that the firm of Cunningham & Lacy, a co- partnership composed of A. L. Cunningham land H. J. Lacy engaged in the general Insurance, real estate and loan business at 107 West State Street, Algona, Iowa, was dissolved by mutual consent and agreement on the 20th day of 'August, 1932, The above named business will Ice continued by. A .Ix. Cunningham sole owner under the trade name of 4 Lacy. A. H. ^I^^W ^^PB^ ^^^^^f^ ^^^^^^^^rr ALGONA, IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY'S BIG ANNUAL THE COUNTY FAIN September 5,6,7,8 and 9 ALGONA, IOWA grou The event of the year which everyone plans to attend. Fun for the ups and the young folks. Carloads of exhibits of Kossuth County Products" S~i tacular grandstand attractions, baseball, races, political speeches midwav dance. J DAILY PROGRAM Monday—Entry Day Tuesday THKEE RUNNING RACES—Five furlong, six furlong, and county running race. BASEBALL—Fenton vs. Titonka. AERIAL FLOWERS—Erma and Harry Flowers in two sensational trap. eze acts. The endurance .loop with the world's fastest revolve. A sensational toe to toe catch. ; THREE LARCONIANS — Clowning gymnastics, guaranteed to make you laugh. A novel trick cottage Thn big acts. • '" '" TOYANA JAPANESE TROUPE -j skilled group of nine Orientals. ItJ first appearance in the U. S. season. MARI01M8 »|VUE — A specti evening? attraction to be shown .ii addition to all the platform bers. Featuring the renowned! . ediah, Joe Marion, in person. Henry Field Day—Wednesday HENRY FIELD, of Shenandoah, 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, 4V 2 furlong. '* BASEBALL—Swea City vs. Bancroft Lions. THE AERIAL FLOWERS—In two'i paratus acts. THREE LABCONIANS — In gymnastics. TO YANA JAPANESE TROUPE. MARIO?,'i: KETUE-Spectacular < ing attraction,, together with noon numbers. LOUIS MURPHY, of Dubuque, democratic opponent of Henry Field for U, S. Senator, will speak to the grandstand at 1:30 p.m. THREE RUNNING RACES—Six furlong, for horses not winning first in .IS?^ 81 °A e mile A1 S°na Merchants Derby; 4 1-2 furlong for horses not taking first or second in other Day—Thursday races. THREE LABCONIAKS — In tics, THE AERIAL FtOWEBS-Erma Harry in two big apparatus TOYA*A JAPANESE TROUPE. EVENING/ SHOW—Marion 1 * vne with afternoon acts. DAREDEVIL DAY-FRIDAY THE WORLD'S CONGRESS OF DAREDEVILS Coming to Algona direct from the Iowa State Fair. Featuring ahead- on collision, ash can derby, motor- races, auto polo, and the Great THREE tics;" '• AERIAL FLOWERS—m thei '" tionat apparatus acts. TOYAJTA JAPANESE TROUPE MARION'S RIVUE-Spectacuiyj ing sfcpw, together with a acts. The Algona Military Band the

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