Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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1 FLY CRAFT HERE FRIDAY one of the most y afternoon to be seen at the fair pl ,„ fr will fly their model one ights a 7 c place beginning at 1 front of the grandstand High School Band Added Attraction The Algona high school hand Is an added attraction today in honor of children's day and will g| ve a concert this afternoon and evening at the grandstand. The hand will also lead the livestock parade Friday afternoon. Director D Wayne Collins has developed a group of 60 high school students into an attractively dressed and export musical organization. * Draws Enthusiasts Two Tents Needed itlieboy8W mnyu~ - to House Cattle ll« nes ' i „'„<, warn held M ° r ° tlmn 10 ° hoad of caU 'c arc rvo uts for experience were held , (|ua rtered outside the regular barns ™. an d planes flew from t In tents this year, two large tents if nn the ball diamond till J being erected on the north sidn or ' eP T/in the trees, near the ! the s , l ° ck bnrns to take care of the Banded-in the trees iieu, , overnow _ The t ( „ ha ,,. One of the P^was | ed ^ 4 -H calf club work, and i^ HI, w«- -- - \. L i '-"'i. v,iuu WUIK, illlU IS OI10 wl th a small parachute, • O f the most interesting spots on the released when the plane grounds as the young farmers pre- , man was floated safely [ground as the airplane con- a re three classes in this which is sponsored by the ,'. one for planes with a nan of less than 15 inches, | t y r " for planes with a span of Itnan 20 inches ,and a third a "rail. The plane remaining • air longest wins first prize, ."These little planes are driven rubber-band motors, *and their Is figured in ounces and is of an ounce. •. planes have been known b more than 100 feet Into before the power gives out. having a model plane who to enter it in the airplane si should leave his name with [ L, McCorkle, or at the Ad- J booth on the south side of JFloral hall. [ishion Sale to Help Needy Kids 11 money received from the sale at cushions in the grandstand irned over to Miss Antoinette istetter for children's relief „ in Algona and the county. cushions will be sold by girls, are owned by George Kanouff, llgona, who is donating their toward relief for children diir- [the coming winter. The cush- ', are being, sold at a dime, and lie can be comfortable and at Iflame time help a worthy cause. Postof f ice to Be Advance " " • . tot;;;, 1 on , Preview of 1934 Revue Pleasing «. ' r . hct . K ? Sllth talent show, Kos- Hiith Uovlow or 193-1, held a dross lo ',?? , OI ] I" C WfP^rome plat" [oun last night, and from Indica" ls . ni "« n R "10 small crowd that watchod the pnrformance it will bo one of the most popular features of the Tair, When you think of Fur Coats think of swag- The new youthful gers" are here, chic, nifty, 3-4 length garments in Australian Seal and New Zealand Beaver, Misses sizes. $68 to $119

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