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Get COtWTY AftVAMCB. AtflOKA. IdWA COMFORTS and BLANKETS Washed, dried, and all fluffed up before cold weather sets in. KIRSCH Laundry Phone 267 W,F,M,S,AT rnvinn yift NEW OFFICERS •Ledyard, Sept. 12—The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. D. B. Mayer Friday evening, and officers were elected: President, Mrs. joe Mayne; vice, Mrs. Glen Yahnke; corresponding and recording secretary, Mrs. Roy Link; treasurer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; stewardship secretary, Mrs. George Thompson; junior leaders, Mrs. Edward Knoner and Mrs. E. T, Halvorson; program committee, Mrs. Yahnke, Mrs. Howard Mayne and Mrs. Jenks. Plans were made for next year and the mite boxes were .opened. Accident Victim in Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Giles, Des Moines, and son, came Saturday to visit at Jess O'Keefe's. Mrs. Giles Bancroft News remained for an with her mother. indefinite visit Mrs. Emery Deitering returhe Sunday from Des Moines, where sfi spent last week with Mr. and Mrs Le Roy Ostwinkle. Mr. Deiterin and his daughter Jo Anne drov down after her. Evans Carmean and (Francis Lon ergan left Monday morning for De Moines to re-enter the Des Moine School, of Pharmacy. This is thei last year. Tom Murphy left fo Iowa City Monday to attend college again. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers am Miss Clark, all of Humboldt, spen Sunday at G. W. Carmean's. Mr Rogers, who is a cousin of Mr. Car mean, owns a greenhouse at Hum boldt. Catherine Bauman and Gus Kra mersmeier, Ledyard, and Charles Osborn's daughter had their tonsils removed Monday morning >by Or. 3 A. Devine. Elmer Kollasch took over the Phillips Oil station last Thursday Pat Haley, auditor from Des Moines, and M. C. Kelley, traveler, Thi ) Letter Will Bring Some time ago of Spencer, spent last week she broke her leg in an auto acci- Wednesday and Thursday, here, dent, and has just had the cast re- Robert iRingsdorf continues as at- moved, but is still unable to walk, tendant. J. H. Welp, former mantis v^n~i •—TTT~, ager ' res te n ed to look after the 248 Enrolled in School- W elp Produce & Hatchery. Pn rnn™i ?**?*».[^^ "^ . *" Mrs> ***** Gulde has returned to enrollment of 248. In the first her home at Minneapolis, after j .-_.. . —.~- «~» ..ivui^ en, AMiimcavuiiB, iu.ier H Joy to Fat Folks and M; adenMls , s Jones has 22; second, month with her mother, Mrs. John 'Miss Randall, 21; 3rd and 4th B, Nemmers. Her daughetr and the nn S A?£, ey> Jo : t^ and W " M H latter>s husband drove down after Underkofler, 32; 6A and «th, Miss her. Dunham, 32; 7th, 14; 8th, ,25; 9th, 17; 10th, 19; llth, 21; 12th, 14. -«v «*v i MI xuinc* ana i NEURITIS SUFFERERS "®ear Sjrs: I was so crippled •with neuritis all down left side of Mrs. Loretta Qchlindwein, Ke | wanee, 111., is visiting her parents JftOy Blythe and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl. Mrs. Biyfche is Mrs. wilhelmi's sister, and Mrs. Schichtl their mother. They will visit two weeks at Lom- 'bard, Joliet, Milwaukee, and Racine. At (Racine they will visit Mrs, Schichtl's sister, Mrs. Harvey. Mrs. (Louis Kennedy returned Monday to her home at Crookston, Minn. She is remembered as Magdaline Menke. She visited her, Zolks here. Miss Burroughs, R. N., and Mildred Hansen, R. N., arrived Saturday from Denver to visit Miss Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hansen. They will attend the world's fair next week and then return for a longer visit. Frank. Curtain, brother Walter, and Martin Griffen, Providence, R L, and John Cullen, of Whittemore visited last Thursday at Bridge Quinn's. , iLate in the day Charles Tom, and Robert Quinn, Evans Car mean, and the visitors left for St 'aul, where Frank, John, and Rob ert .are again attending the St "'aul seminary. The three Bancrof loys attended the state fair at St 'aul and returned Friday. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, daughters ulia and Margaret, granddaughter lagdaline Lattimer, and Helen Jay sfcSs «=?*?•>=; s «*£•*•„'"**• s-t,,,. a a.'ss isai"!' Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Menke, and Mr ^v£»a^M ^^l^^S!^^JK\^^JSS^STK\ys^^S^S^£ ! Louis Kennedy visited the Al and Otto Menkes at Fairmont last week I Putuwiz Editors Are Named— Wednesday afternoon. - •— - •"• J - L --- ' Mrs. R. E. Button and A. W. Kennedy left in for 3 relied . . told me to take Kruschen I Last^ThuTsd'ay The sVude^nTbody I lEditor I would get elected the editor of the school pa- WH T which i did oo na- - - Never felt bet- per the Putuwiz and assitant edi- last Thur sday for Chicago to at- 11 ^ 6 tend th > tor: Tilmer HvorTon and tend the world>s fair ..„„.„ ..^ „ _., „ , assistant, James Logan. The other The Catn olic Missionary society ^ JldTfeeTV^f rm over 50 officers win be Dinted so o r ^V^ 4 T hursday in St John ' s *C?1_ _* feel ™' I to °k it for one! _ hall. Cards were played, and Gert- Carr, „ it." t. Tilden, N. Y. the little daily dose . I now have 6 Shower Given Newlyweds— Cards were played, and Gertrude Fangmann won the high score. Mrs. A. V. I ^ as t Thursday at L. A. Nitz's the Ml 'S- Jos. Wilhelmi and two Luther League, of (Lakota, gave a daughters went to Irvington Sat- that •. ---- — — "j wwoc H1O.L . r , so take a haM teaspoonful of KrUschen in a glass 'of hot water ^! r i mornins ^ore breakfast. Get Kruschen at E. W. Lusby- s or any live druggist in the world— a jar Idsts 4 trirle.! weeks and costs but a MEDICINAL ODOR Now yon can be dean an? free from unpleasant bodjf odors without smelling? : like a hospital. The bene- ?%; ficial Pine Oils penetrate " '•••= the pores, rout dirt and '•'•••. ?". me — ^ ea l chap and •irritation — prevent .. spread of contagious ;•'.<•». germs. your grocer. ,_, j—i. iu»»,w V(* ( fee* » ^ Cfc shower m honor of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox. The league presented the newlyweds with a set of dishes. Leon Worden is Delegate Leon Worden was elected lay delegate to the northwest Iowa Methodist Conference at Humboldt week after next. There are only two 'Sundays left in this conference year. Ledyard Team Wins at Fair— The Ledyard 'baseball team defeated Buffalo Center a t the county fair last Thursday 10-7. The battery was Moulton and Carpenter for Ledyard. Tennis Club Beats Elmore— Last Thursday evening the local tennis club held a tournament here with (Elmore, and won three sets of doubles and lost only one set of singles. Aid to Elect Officers— The Methodist Aid meets urday, and Sunday they went to Lombard, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont, Minn.j took :uinn to Pocahontas, where his 'ife and her father met him. Mr uinn returned to his home at Aradia. Before returning to Bancroft ic Quinns stopped at West Bend o see the grotto. (Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacobson drove to Zimmerman, Minn., Saturday for a week with realtives. The Gus Potthoffs drove to Williams and Fort Dodge for the weekend with Mrs. Potthoffs sisters. (Frank McGuire, two sons, Harry Farrow, and Emmet and John Devine were at Fairmont Sunday. Joseph Sherman Jr. went to Collegeville, Minn., Saturday to begin his senior year in high school. Mr. ind Mrs. Sherman and Marjorie ;ook him up and returned Sunday. Marjorie teaches in the Seneca Consolidated school. Mrs. Grover Tyler spent several lays, last week at Algona with her daughter, Mrs. Carlyle Becker. The Joseph Cogleys spent three days last week attending the world's fair and visiting James Hanlon. SWEA CITYANS OFF TO TEACH OR TO SCHOOL Swea City, Sept', 12. — Several Swea City'young people have gone to lake up their work as teachers, or will soon Leave for college, Harry Peterson is in Cedar Rapids where he teaches history in Wash ington high school. Wendell Eck holm has gone to Burlington to teach the Junior high. Emily Pehrson has gone to Waukee, where she teaches in the grades. Naomi Hewitt is in Newick as a primary teacher. Esther Smith will teach music at Fenton, and iLucille Thomson is music director in Manchester Grace and Lucille Berg, Dencil Stockman and Alice (Dahl have gone to Waldorf college in Forest City. Thomas Hani fan, Emory (Berguson, Frances McGregor and Edgar Price have registered at Estherville Junior college. Alan Poole goes to Coe in Cedar Rapids for his senior year, and Dorothy Christiansen is at Coe as a freshman. Kenneth Seylar will enter Morningside at Sioux City, and Merlin Larson and Burton Thomson will attend Ames. Oliver the Urge houne will fed built »nd t cooling plant installed, sd it will be «ome time before the plant will be ready, the plant will, supply work during the fall and winter for men. Former Teacher Married— Announcements here have been Anderson _ and Gail Kesler will re;urn to Minnesota university, where Oliver is taking a medical course and Gail an architect's. Several other young people are planning to go to various schools later. Change at Produce House- Mr. Winks, of the partnership of Wescott & Winks, of the produce louse here, came last week Tuesday, and transferred Buell Johnson o Clarion. Jeff Hanifan, who has men plant foreman here several 'ears, was made manager. Mr. Vinks said the firm will start a poultry dressing plant in the house here this year. A basement under .received of the marriage of Helen Hollis and Wm. Rodemaker. They were married September 2 at the bride'fi home in Hudson. Mrs. Rodemaker was high school principal here for six years, being re-elected for this year, and resigning but a short time ago. 'Mr. Rodemaker was in charge of the First National bank liquidation here, and is now in charge of the liquidation of a bank in Milford, where they wl live. Mission Fest Has Crowd— Last week Monday and Tuesda a district mission fest was held i: the Immanuel Lutheran churc here. Speakers included O. L Danger, Spencer; B. Brynell, Sioux City; C. W. Samuelson, of Akron M. A. SJostrand, of Algona; IL. A Herman, of Albert City; A. P. Wes terberg, Sioux City; O. A. Johnson Cherokee. The Swea City churc] will be transferred to the northern district next year. otiil* 'titoML , Hi suffered inter KM injuries, but in reported 1m Church Leader ia Speaker— iDr. W. (B. (Riley, head of the Northwest Bible Institute in Minneapolis, spoke to a large audience in the Baptist church last week Tuesday. Dr. Riley is one of he leaders of the Fundamentalist movement in this country. Some years ago he spoke here on Evolution. Several young people from here have attended the Northwest Bible Institute. Youth Hurt in Accident- Relatives here received word last week that Erwin McAdams, 17 year old son of James McAdams, of Fairmont, had been seriously injured in an auto accident and was in a Jackson hospital. Two boys who were with him were not seri- Win St*i* .ir <3ecll and drtilie Tltorson/sons 6f Louie Thorson, exhibited vegetables, fruit arid grains at the state rair. They received first on Ohios, Riifal New Yorkers, and Bliss Tri^ ttmphs. they also won first oh a potato display. They also received several prizes on grain arid two firsts on Hawkeye and Winner plums. 810 Enroll in School— Swea City's school is well under way with an enrollment of 340, with 107 .in the high school and 233 in ;he grades. Students in high school from outside the district number 18. There are 32 in first grade; 22 in second; third, 30; fourth, 2«; 5th, 25; 6th, 35; 7th, 36; 8th, 28; 9th, .24; 10th, 28; llth, 30; l'2th, 25. Carl Shorts is Dead— , Carl Shorts died at the Henry of of Henry March 6, filed, of OctobeV, v n^w^ the District Court 0 ? |tJ ras?,-ift mentioned all ,, t . rsr are hereby noting m *? Appear, and shoV° c^ y i? ave ' wlj y ^ should not be Oettman home north of town Saturday evening of pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kate Oettman .Shorts and other relatives. Burial will be at his old home at Monticello Sunday. Swea Cityan loses. Mother- Mrs. Henry Oettman received word of the death of her mother, Mrs. Zingg,:who lives between Lakota and Buffalo Center. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bauer left ast week for South Bend, Ind. Mr. Bauer will wrestle there. _ ed as and for the Testament of said •be?f m?. A ' EOI *< £•!*«*& Attorneys. LEGAL NOTICES KOSStJTH COUNTY, To Lute A T nard Taylor? You are hereby noti a sale of lands and on the 1st day of i by the Treasurer of Ko •J' Iowa : ^e following] real estate situated in s»i to-wit: Lot one (i) 0 (D of L. A. T. Stacy's Algona, Iowa, was sold Danson and duly assign* Danson, who now hold" certificate therefor and °.ij edem Ption will expi?J deed for said premises ' No. 3766. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State ot Iowa, Koasutfa county, s. In District Court, September erm, 1933. 'o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an ___ * »****•*»*» made, unless redemption sale be made within ni from the completed sen I notice. Dated this 6th day 0 ( ber, A. D. 1938. A. : TYPEWRITER AT THE this Thursday at the church, and officers will be elected. Other Ledvnrd News. Mr. and Mrs. William Poppe entertained the following Saturday and Sunday: Mrs. Poppe's mother, Mrs. Fred Gates, and the Gerald ' a11 ° f Ames ' and Mr ' Gene and "Grandma" Wilson Coal Have you filled your bin yet? You should do so at once and with t^iat good Peerless that you biiy at _. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 Snelling, of Des Moines. (Friday and Saturday Mrs. ham La Coeur, of Amboy, and „„„ BIgar, and daughters, Mrs. Laura Black and Mrs. Harold Hendrickson and her daughter, all of Des Moines, visited relatives here The King's Herald girls held a candy sale last week Wednesday night and made $2.60. Saturday they met with (Ruth Estle for a regular meeting. Wm. Beyse is critically ill and under Dr. Devine's care. His daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hans, of Rudd, and two children came last week Tues- ago. The POWDERED SILK.. Quickly removes oil paint, grease, stains, printers'ink, ground- in dirt, etc, from the hands. r CLEANS BATH TUBS, 1 WASH BOWLS BET- LTER AND QUICKER. J TOES ALE BY MOST DEALERS ============—===——•—-— Before Taking That Vacation Trip get Ac Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. H. S KBCSE INSUBANCE AGENCr Telephoie 125 Alarona. Iowa tna Accident Tickets. CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS AIDED BY OLD REMEDY "Foe tiirty years I had constipation. Scuring food from stomach choked ne. Since taking Adlerlkg. I am a. ne/ir pwaon. Constipation Is a thing of *e past."—Alice Burns. H ,W- Luaby druggist. day. The Ralph Olsons are driving a new Chevrolet coupe. Their old ear, an Essex, was badly damaged an auto wreck several weeks Richard Zielskes, Arthur Zielskies, and Lois Wilson spent Sunday at Spirit lLake with the former's sister, Mrs. H. L. Jackson' Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Marjorie, Alice Dunham, Marjorie and Jean Gable were in Fairmont Saturday and had a picnic dinner at Interlaken. (Ruth Jones went to iLivermore- Adelaide Randall to Mason City Genevieve Kitley and Harold Granner to Hardy for the week-end. Juanita Underkofler spent the week end at Britt. Her brother Murray left Saturday for his third year at Notre Dame. Mrs. Gladys Pugsley, of Des Moines, and children, and Lumetta and Frederick Reece spent Sunday at P. W. Recce's. The Fred Frietags, of Grypla, Minn., and John Frietags, of Minneapolis, visited at Robert Gustaph- BIRTHDAY OF LAKOTAN, 80, CELEBRATED ILakota, Sept. 12-A. Q. Smith was 80 years old Sunday and the family celebrated the event by spending the day with the Smiths. Mr. Smith is well, and as active as the average man of 60. He helped fill a silo last week, handling the spout in the silo and tramping the ensilage. Those present Sunday were his daughter Pearl and family, the Otto Koppens, Lakota, daughter Lola and family, the 'Roy Farringtons, Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, Lorraine Smith, Marie Christenson, Bob and Bill Clemans, George Hagge, and a number of other friends called to congratulate Mr. Smith. Methdoist Aid Names Officers— A covered dish lunch was serve at the Methodist Aid last wee Wednesday at the church. The fol lowing were elected: president Mrs. E. R. Worley; vice, Mrs. J. H Warburton; secretary, Mrs. R. E Hamquist; treasurer, (Mrs. Gu Beemer. After all bills were pan only about $35 profit was realize( from the stand on Sauerkraut day The year's Aid work wall close a the next meeting to be held at Mrs George Winter's, and reports wil be given. Gasoline Fumes Cause Fire— Last week Tuesday after Mrs son's last week. The George Thompsons spent the re- Sunday at Lu Verne with W. B. Mason and helped Jiim celebrate his 73rd birthday. Mrs. Roy Link's parents George Hunts, of Sioux City, io turned home last Thursday after a week here. Martin Gable took his brother Roland to Fayette Sunday to enter Upper Iowa University as a sophomore. Mrs. Warren Lloyd underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital in Algona last week Tuesday. There was no school Friday so the students and teachers could attend the county fair at Algona. Joel Siefert completed his grading contract and moved his ment into town last week. George Dunu, Lawrence Walter Logeman attended world's fair last week. equip- and the George Heetland had finished her washing, she did some dry clean ing, and poured the used gasoline down the sewer. The fiimes were ignited from a gas hot plate in the basement, and a basket of clothes caught fire. Mrs. Heetland hurried from the basement and' turned in. the fire alarm, but the fire was pu1 out by a chemical hand extinguisher before the fire truck arrived and little damage was done. County Fair Pleases lakotans— A number from here attended the county fair and report good crowds good exhibits, and good entertainment. The 4-H parade was given Friday, club day. The stock parade Friday was considered the best in some years. Mary Jane and Fern Lewis, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, won first in the demonstration teams. The girls belong to the Ledyard township" 4-H club and Emma Guktnecht is leader. Lakota Woman Loses Niece- Mrs. Delia M. Smith received word Friday of the death of her niece, Mrs. Ray Perry, at her home in Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht took her to Clarion Saturday, and she went to Oelwein with relatives to attend the funeral Sunday. Within the last six months Mrs. Smith has lost by death a sister, a sister-in-law, and another niece. Eye Injured by Toy— Little Nylene Altizer had one eye seriously injured Saturday. She was playing with a toy when a piece flew into her eye and for a time it was feared she might lose the sight, but later reports are more favorable. Dr. Williams took her to the Buffalo Center hospital, where Dr. Dolmage assisted in dressing the eye. Mrs. Chas. Kaney, of Livermore spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. V. A. Barrett. Next Sunday morning communion services will be held in the Methodist church. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei September 3, a boy. Shower for Mrs. Albert Elman— Mesdames Bert Patterson and Evert O'Keefe entertained at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Albert Elman a week Thursday afternoon at the ago O'Keefe's. Mr. and Mrs. (Elman left that evening for Milwaukee. Farmers Are Filling Silos- Farmers have been busy filling silos the past two weeks and much corn is being cut and shocked and some will be shredded and put in the barns for winter feed and bed- ding to take the place of straw. Other Lakota Ifews. The Will Schroeders drove to Blue Earth Sunday, taking with them her sister, Jennie Coupanger, who has spent two weeks here. She went from Blue Earth by bus to her home in Minneapolis. iRoland Jr. and Dwight Smith, Edward Eggerth, and Richard Price spent most of last week at the county fair, caring for and exhibiting their calves. Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Ashman drove to Iowa Falls Saturday, taking with them Mr. Ashman's sister, who has been visiting here. They returned Sunday. The Methodist Sunday school won an efficiency contest from the Buffalo Center school and will be entertained by the losers in the near future. Arlene Lewis is teaching near Lu Verne this year, and Arlene Pringle is teaching the school. Miss Lewis taught last year. Helen Bargar left a week ago Saturday to resume her work as primary teacher at Bradfield. The Cadwell Wiltses, of Freeport, 111., were visitors at his cousin H. L. Kienitz's last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine visited relatives here Sunday. E. R. Worley was a business visitor at Algona Monday. IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ CLAY COUNTY September 19-23, 1933 | 5 Big Days-"World's Greatest"—5 Big Nighb man's sixteen Plan Now to Attend—Your Friends Will be Here! Afternoons Harness Races Whittemore You will see the finest array of circus and hippodrome acts we have ever had. Convulsing comedy, unbelley- able skil and breath taking thrills will entertain you on the platform. * will be just as good as in 1982 when we had as goo* racing as could be seen on the grand circuit. We provide big purses and the horsemen like to come to Spencer. Each race will be crowded. Mrs. Bertha Bowers Skow, Em- metSburg, visited a few days last week at Carl Ebert's. Louis Balgeman visited Sunday at Sioux City with Lola (Baine, who teaches at Nebraska. Mrs. Layhann and her daughters spent last week at the world's fair. Thomas Carmody served at one of the county fair gates last week. |! South Cresco Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Webster, Algona, have been visiting at H. L. Potter's. George, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks, and Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .Fraser, are Algona high school freshmen. Arthur Wildin has been suffering more than a week from the effects of a cinder which lodged n one of his eyes, and he is wear- ng colored glasses. Lewis Wildin and his sons shipped two carloads of fat cattle to Chicago Saturday. They also sent two loads two weeks ago. George and Lewis H. accompanied both shipments and attended the world's "air each trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown were in northern Minnesota week before ast on a combined business and pleasure trip. Arthur Powell, Broadview, Mont, las returned to the D. D. Sparks farm. He is now enough recovered from injuries suffered when he was struck by lightning hree months ago to do light work. He had spent two weeks with his ' rother lEarl at Mason City. Joe Burge has returned to ledar Rapids, after a visit with Mrs. F. C. Sparks. The M. & D. club meeting for his week Wednesday has been jancelled beceuse of the death of Mrs. Geo. W. Brown. The last previous meeting was held at the Amrose A. Call state park. Mrs. H. Bjelland, wife of the barber in the jasement of the Sawyer or old County .Sayings bank building, won a quilt which was given away. Mrs. Adah Johnson, nurse, helped the family care for Mrs. Geo. W. trown, and will remain till after lie funeral. Mesdames George and William Cooper, Ella Campbell, and Gertrude Smith, ottosen, were t the Brown home Sunday, and Jr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. j. J. Brown, Mrs. Lucy B. Wife kins, were there Monday evening. Karl King AND HIS FAMOUS BAND will play each afternoon and evening before the grandstand THE BEST LIGHTED Midway IN AMERICA direct from the Minnesota and South Dakota State Pairs "FUN FOB ALL" 16 Counties Will be represented in CLUB WORK Biggest exhibit in Iowa next to the State Pair. -™^^^^^^™^«i Autos Free This Year! Our new fourteen acre parking area has been crossed with graveled roads every forty feet and is now the finest all weather parking area in America. Drive your car in free and park on the grounds so that your wraps and lunch will be handy for you. Those of you with families can make a real savin* by = bringing them to the fair on Tuesday. The 7 ° n ° ther Th« best in AGRICULTURE and LIVE STOCK from four states will be here. a " Huge showing of AUTOMOBILES and MACHINERY All the latest models for your inspection Come On Kid's Day Tll ! s y ftar we are having our auto races 01 ' W|U be real ones ' t00 ' SI * HaB s weii as a number ° f iocai Admission at the Gate for School Children is FREE Tuesday. Oly Nights! In (rout of the gra«a«tand on the platform w m be presented each night this year-, musical extr , ™^ | "Broadway Brevities" = ami . so L «, so be sure to come. Unusual and instructive exhibits in TOWNSHIP BOOTHS and WOMEN'S WOEK afteraoon or cen *s-*nd they can ride the rides show for 5 Finest dance floor in Northwest Iowa CABL WEST and his famous orchestra will play each afternoon and evening tai t °l th ° C<mtui * of ^ogress-two beautiful talented prlma donnas - one being PaulHne you ali liked » ; ™* two y* ars a&0 - ada * to «0 which has been WeddingBells Saturday Nile „.

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