Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
Page 5
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Patty Edition for the SeventySixth Kossuth Conuty Fair ~ .. . ' Algona, Iowa, S Second Year SEASON ItKETS SOLD TO AL60NIANS businessmen stepped out * UB el extremely Sig Haugdahl „ 6 ona " Te rnfng afe r a snap caucus w .f the courthouse, and tan 400 season tickets to year's fair were sold before 'f „.,, an all-time Kossuth S rd for season ticket sales .ilth fair, in addition tor It sa e in Algona season ,L being offered in every d town in the .county t expected that another 400 .added by out-of-town boost 0C match the mark set up by JSS took five, ten and tickets each, paying for and taking their chances on able to resell them. Some /them for gifts- others for customers, and others simp y se they were behind the fair wanted to show It in an attrac- and satisfactory way. cretary B. L. Vincent, and bers of the fair board, expres- atisfaction over the ticket sale night, and were pleased with .re' Is no better way to boost be fair than to buy a season i, and the purchaser at the 'time does a good turn for self/With four days and nights otal ndmission cost would be id, and si season ticket, good day night Is only $1. Ask for This Daily. 'his miniature newspaper is 1s- every day of the fair from the nee booth in the Floral hall for one. HIS IS the racing face and the inevitable cigar of dahl, former world's Sig Haug- champion dirt track driver and the first man in the world to drive a racing car better than three miles a minute. Haugdahl will be one of *he contestants at tho Kossulh County fair automobile races on Friday, coming directly from the Iowa state fair where his car was in the "money" in races there. Points in PROSPECT FOR A NEW MARK IS EXCELLENT With Iho opening of tlio 7Glh annual Kosutli County fair today one nl' I he largosl crowds in history is expected to jam HIG grounds for four big days of tlio annual exhibition. Never in the history of the fair has such a furor of advertising and backing boon shown Uio fair management, im-J. us a rosult one nf tho biggest and best, entertainments to bo presented in Iowa is being shown in tho hippodrome attractions at the grandstand, on the ball diamond and tho race track. Stockmen will find a. huge entry list in cattle, horses, sheep and hogs, and Iho overflow of. entries in tliis division has crowded a tout, believed to have been ample to care of any needs. The class of cattle and horses loo is reported high in quality, and to be giving Uio judges considerable trouble in awarding of ribbon:;. Winnenj of places in t.bis years show may well fool extra proud because of the general exccllance of the entries. In tlio Floral hall there is little evidence of the early summer drought, and fanciers of vegetables and grains will fill plenty of exhibits to exclaim over. Also visit all tlio booths put !n by manufacturers and retailers in the Floral hall. Here is a miniature world's fair exhibit of Kossuth county enterprise. Outside to the north and east is the big farm equipment exhibition, and real opportunity for the farmer to study and see what is the races here will be awarded toward the 1034 World's new and time saving for him. When the show was set up yesterday the Track i various machines were the center Championship, which Haugdahl hopes to regain this year. of interest of good sixed crowds, (Continued on page 4.)

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