Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
Page 15
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KOS3UTU COUNTY ADVANCE. A LQOMA. IOWA hers Are Named by Township Schools Lakbta; 6, John Ruger, Lu Verne; 7, filflanor Anderson. LuVernc; 8, Dorothy Schulz, Irvlngton. ._ Creek township—'No. l, Ho„„..», Skilllng, 2, Eunice Bowman, 4, Mabel Bowman, 6, Irene Devlnc-, ser, Algona; 2, Wilma Slaughter, Burt; 3, Margaret Dodds, Lone Hock; 4, Catherine Price, Lake Gtfich, G, Florence " '' „ ^Kossttth's S el Monday, and 1 next Monday, 's office some of Weslny township—No. 1, Myrtle ormance—hundreds of thousands ot people will have gazed upon them before the gala Golden Jtibllee .our is ended. The great combined circus will arrive on four long trains of 100 double-length steel railroad cars bringing over 1,600 people, 50 elephants, 1009 menagerie animals and and 70 hordes. „ Peterson, all of Burt; 4, Mary j W hlttemorn township-No. 1. Ma tjatlon, Algona; 5, Florence Ilea- j Ho Kumlcl 2 M arcella Fandel, 3 ser, Wonka; 6, Iva Trunkhlll 7, R( ,so Bosch, 7, Susan Bosch, all of Verna Btewart; T, Lorena Peter-j whlttemore. R1NGLING BROS, TO SHOW AT FT, DODGE 8&ft^sa* ' 1 > to^shP-' > no s #4a City, 3, Ardeen DO- 1 R. Alara Farmlngton, Led. 2, Dorothy son, all of Burt. ipralrle township—No. 3, Morris Francis, Sexton; 4, S. M. Marcell- Ine, St. Benedict; 5, Frances Chambers, Corwlth. iRamsey townships-No. 2, Loreno Trenary, 6, Frances Schroedcr, botn of .Lakota; T, Alleda Ites, 8, Mary Ford, both of Bancroft. '; .Rlverdale township—No. 1, Elsie Bgel, Irvlngton; 3, Dorothy Knudson, Algona; G, Laura Hllbert, of Bode. Seneca Independent—^No. 7, Leona Sandschulte, 9, Clara Steffling, both of Bancroft. Sherman township—No. 1, Etta Bacon, 2, Bernice Button, both of Algona; 3, Pearl ILelgh, Irvlngton, SKK T1IK WORLD'S FAlll THE 1KEACON WAY The ningling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Combined Circus, on its Ulngling Brothers Golden Jubi- ee tour, will exhibit in Fort Dodge, September 2, and an opportunity will be afforded the residents of this territory to see one of the wonders of the world—the renowned royal Padaung giraffe-neck women from 'Burma, the most sensational importation ever achieved by even ith Stephenson, both of -No. 1, Mildred B u3ta Buttemore, W esv 'Bend; 6, Esther Vfhtttemore; 6, Helen No. 1 Margar"'Lucille Van Oerfen, 5, Gertrude Norman, Algona; 6, j the Greatest Show on Earth. Martha Anderson, Ellsworth; 7, They are not freaks, but are Helen Johnson, Irvington; 8, Ellen I members of a proud race, set apart Steussy Algona. jfrom the teeming hordes of Far Springfield township—<No.l, Lo-|East Burma by their high station ora Sheldahl, Elmore; 2. Gladyses rulers, and by the visual sign of that exalted rank—their copper encircled neclcs, stretched to unbelievable lengths by rings, superim- es Serhazel, 5, 7 Anna Barton, all of 'Center; 8, Bertha Doege, Berghlnd, Ledyard; 3, Helen Jensen, Buffalo Center; 6, Ada Worden, Blmore. Swea township—No. 2, Margaret O'Neill, Armstrong; 3, Leo Goeders, Cylinder; 4, Elna Berg, Swea City; 5, Leona Keller, 8, Emma Stoeber, both of Armstrong. Union township—No. 1, Mary Fra- , posed constantly from tolrth to maturity. . Ever since the Ringling Brothers ami Barnum & Bailey combined circus recently began exhibiting them, they appear in the principal per- School headquarters for complete line of school . supplies. HAWCOH & OGG I o. 2. U Mildred Oswald; 4, Irene eler, all of Elmore; .5, lton, Buffalo Center; 6, itet Olson, Rake. I Won township-No. 1,. Marie Sexton; 2, Helen McEnroe. • 4 flfertrude Skllling, Iry£'«,' Margaret •Skilllng, Al- .1 Loraine Arndorter, Cor- 8,' Catherine Schulz, Irvlng- and Norma Raney, ! nird 'township-JNo. 6,. Ger- Ifortman, Lakota; 6, Myrtle 1,'LuVerno; 7, Agnes Olson, „.„ township— No. !,, Hazel Buttalo Center; 2, IrmaSei- •4, August Christ, both of La- 6, Esther Friesenbergi 6, peper, both of Buffalo Cen- iCreek township— Wo.".l,' Al- Rressln, lLone Rock; 3, Laur""»H,«, Minnie Eltoert, both .^.teinore; 6, Helen McMahon, IRock; 7, Hilda Ancell, Algo- I, Lauretta .Elbert;' 9, Geneva , both of Whittemore. nshlp-^o. 2, Bessie ] er, Algorta; ; 4, Arlene L«>wls, Back to School Days Call ior New Things to Wear that came from Christensen s. Dre..e.. - - ', MOTHER-^ > dds bur clothing to th«i : '- ••-••-•; K1RSCH UUNDRY she always geta work, and us kids ays look the beat in ol—it pays- to " be and clean. Mother i that Kirech surely ows his busineiM. it phone and we call and deliver. eadquarter, Wear. n ,,° V.Q t,c nit. least 88. was born in

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