The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1942 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 18, 1942
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, If!,. ATTtND THt KOSSITI X, MOT AUGUST 22-28 -.< ' / GRAND STAND ATTRACTIONS RED CARTER—Master of Ceremonies, Comedian and Singer. THE STENARDS—Talented) Musicians using specially designed Marimba Xylophones. THE CARNO COMBINATION—A whole circus carrying 15 head of stock including three elephants and eight beautiful spotted horses. DOROTHY AND RELLA—In unusual feats of strength. ; BUCK, CHICKIE AND BUCKEROO—Austra- lian Whip Cracking and Rope Spinning Experts. CLARK AND BAILEY—An acrobatic novelty filled with comedy. STEVEN BROTHERS AND BIG BOY—A riot. The best trained and funniest bear ever to appear on any stage. ^ THE WALKMIRS—The top ranking Perch Pole Act in the Entire Show Worl^d. , THE AERO RAYS—Acrobatic stunts high in the air._ Spectacular, thrilling, daring. BLUE RIBBON DAY AT THE FAIR „,. BOSSCQULDM'T GET HERE. HE'S " OVER BUYlMG WAR SAVINGS BONOS/ K^M^r& Hundreds of New Attractions Thousands of Premium Exhibits Mammoth Livestock Show 4-H Club Displays Patriotic Fireworks Kossuth County Fair Daily Program SATURDAY, AUGUST ** - PREPARATION DAY : e , • Wednesday August 26 Make Market Day your Bond Day . . . and buy every time you sell. By putting at least 10% of your sale money into War Savings Bondis, you will help to assure victory for America and a food nest- egg for yourself. , \ \ *"" • ••• Sunday August 23 1:30 p. m.—Band concert, Algona concert band 2:00 p. m.—Greyhound Races—7 events Circus and Vaudeville Acts Baseball Game—Titonka vs. Wesley 7:30 p. m.—Band concert, Algona Concert band 8:00 p. m.—Circus and vaudeville acts 9:00 p. m.—First-Aid Demonstrations 9:30 p. in.—Patriotic pageant and flag drill by Campfire Girls Open Air Dance—Swanee's Orchestra. Monday August 24 FOUR-H CLUB DAY .9:00 a, m—Judging beef ca.ttle, 4-H club beef calves, swine r sheep, agricultural products, women's and 4-H girls' departments. 1:30 p. m.—Band concert, Algona Concert band 2:00 p. m.—Harness racing, 2:20 trot, 2:13 pace Circus and vaudeville acts Baseball game, St. Joe vs. Bancroft 7:30 p. m.—Band concert Algona Concert band 8:00 p. m.—Grand parade of prize winning beef cattle and 4 H club beef calves -Circus and vaudeville acts 8:30 p. m.r 9:30 p. m.- I -Display of patriotic fireworkfe in- including 4-H Club emblems and activities. Open Air Dance—Sylvester Malek's Orchestra Tuesday August 25 GOLDEN WEDDING DAY 9:00 a. m.—Judging horses, dairy cattle, 4-H Club dairy calves, continuation of judging other departments. 10:00 a. m.'—4-H Club Girls 'Demonstrations. 1:30 p. m.—Band Concert, Swea City Concert band 2:00 p. m.—Harness races, 2:13 trot, 2:20 pace Hippodrome Acts Baseball Game, Bancroft Lions vs7 Algona ' 7:30 p. m,—Band Concert, Sweji, City band* 8:00 p. m.—Parade of prize winning show horses, dairy cattle and 4-H club calves 8:30 p. m,—Milkmaids' Marathon—10 entries now. 8:45 p. m.—Hippodrome Acts. Open Air Dance—Rhythm Club, Algona , .11:00 a. m.(—Auction sale of 150 Four-H club beef calves / I ' 1:30 p. m,—Band Concert, Bode High Softool 2:00 p. m—EOorse and buggy and saddle horse parade, Those wishing to take part in parade should see members pf committee, William Lane, Joe Henry and Ray McVay, Over $50 in Saving Stamps to be given New cir ; cus and vaudeville acts > Baseball Game, Algona vs, team to be announced, Bancroft Lions vs.Goldfleia. \ 7:30 p, rn^Band Concert,. Bode High School 8:00 p. m,—Circus and vaudeville acts 9:00 p. m.—Old Fiddlers'Contest , 9:15 p, m>—Patriotic Pageant and Flag J)r)ll 9:30 p, m.—Cforgequs Display Patriotic, Fire. '.•works' ,- ' , / /'. •>• . > i Open AW Itae, Rhythm Algona > DAY SEASON TICKETS NOW OK SALE AT $1 PLUS I0c FEDERAL TAX NIGHT GRANR3TANO Adult, mfiin gate Federal Tax Total Child, 10 tp 15 year* Federal Tax Total ----,- 36c . 4c 40c MainGate- FederalTax • Tpt^l .Total

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