Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1933 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1933
Page 3
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Here's bid Time Picture of Kdssuth TJIOiNiRBRS WHO come to* f day will remember' the fair as it was when this picture was taken way back when. It would be interesting to know just who the people in the foreground are.-If anyone can identity them please call at the Advance booth at the east side of the Floral hall. There is, much of interest in old names- even to the younger generation. • ' x NEW MARK IS SET IN BOTH PACE & TROT (Continued from page 1.) damaged. The five other horses in the race ran around the wreckage to finish. The race wes won by High Celia, owned by Leon Dygart, Manchester. The 2:0.4 trot also set a new record, breaking the old mark of 2:11 with a 2:09 heat, and backing it up with a 2:10 and 2:111% mark. The trot was won in staight heats by Minell the Great, a .Reynolds Stables horse; May Bemboe, owned by J. A. Lane, Sac City, 2-3-4; Colonel Harvester, owned by Baker & Mc- Colluin, Ogden, 4-i2-3. In the 2:16 pace High Celia won l-<2--2; Edgar Q., owned by Perry Rutledge, Storm Lake, 2-1-4; Mack Hal, owned by W. H. "Williamson, 'Boise, Idaho, 3-3-4. Here are the results of the race program Tuesday afternoon: '2:24 Pace; Purse $176 1, Earl West, owned by Norvel Rice Orange City, 'Iowa 1-1-6 2, Diamond Dale, owned by Neil Ooardman, Vermillion, S. D. 2-3-1 3, Billy Makin, owned by A. A. Philips, Cresco, Iowa 3-2-3 Collen Direct, Evelyn Azoff, and All Speed also ran. Time 2:11 3-4 2:40; 2:11 3-4- 1st Division, 2:18 Trot, Purse Hollyrood Brand, owned by Reynolds Stables, K. C. 1-1-1 Eleanor A., owned by Wm. Jackson, Topeka, Kan. -2-2-2 Bud Benbow, owned by C. W. McMillan, Waverly 6-3-3 Velocity, owned by W. J. Conly, of Des Moines, '6-6-4 Silver Fox, Betty Lou Mack and Chestnut also ran. Time 2:14; 2:12 3-4; 2:15 2nd Division, 2:18 Trot, Purse $105 Frisco Pete, owned by E. W. Qast, (Foster, Neb. 1-1-1 Felix Harvester, owned by Baker & McCollum, Ogden. 4-2-2 Grace Maxey, owned by Matt Cunningham, Humboldt 2-3-3 Clara .Dear, Lucinda Casco, also ran. Time: 2:13; 2:11 3-4; 2:15 Visit PRATT'S ELECTRICAL DISRAY South Side of Floral Hall The-Kossuth F. n at the state fair w m f featured a clothing JronL plac M ject, showing work .lone". 5 ; M five-year course taken b y a . en. The Kossut], pr o] c t „' place last year also. T, I style show in the projoo L Carl Neal, Lu Verne. iS Warburton, Lakota and wt Leaverton, H. D. A county girls' 4-H team won second in its c] — ——»<ui While Attending The Fair Y.u Are Invited to Inspect the NEW FALL SHOWN of Everything In FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVERING! at .FURNITURE COMPANY -Where Furniture Sells for Less

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