Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
Page 11
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Malcolm Pox; Vuto_Races TomorrowJ^romiseBig Thrills HOTHEB STAR ^ " IS COMING FOR RAGES FRIDAY Shirley Ooff; maicoim Pox; and observer r n T t, many others. "oserver, C. R. L a Barre, Insurance Galloway will face a strong field Sd^eTard "7 !' ^ ^^ of top-flight drivers at Algona, but '---• at Mn Me "«tf« he has shown In the past that he Is able to cope with the best of the crop and will be pointing for a vie Buddy Galloway, one »UP of gr eat of the sports figures ha8 brought Georgia real LU m the athletic world, has sig- ed his intention of entering the 0 races which are to feature Kossuth county fair program Algona Friday, September 7. l, e -husky Irishman has long 1 hovering near the top In the Io ; r ace listings, having been a { track star and having been lt from making a bid for fame the Indianapolis famous BOO. ie "classic only,.; because, of, me- uilca'f '-deficiencies "In fils car C h could not be remedied in e to let him qualify. uddy turned In some fine per- mances during the winter seas- In Dixie and has his car in first- ss shape for his invasion of the iat circuit of races. He hopes pile up enough points, in addi- n to purses and prizes, to put „ in the forefront of the battle ''the"International Motor Cont association championship. luring the past winter which he ffl t In Miami, Florida, Galloway milt his Indianapolis Speedway iclal into a one-man job and rted winning races against tho t men that invaded the Alligator te. He won the Southern Cham- iship event at Tampa, Florida, then followed with victories at and, Daytona Beach, and Jack- iville. Recently, he invaded the ks of the American Automobile Delation at Atlanta and was e to hold his own against such 1 known speedway stars as ester Gardner; the late Lloyd aux, who was killed in a race which Buddy was competing tory here to further the championship. * his bid for FAIR TO GET $2000 IN RAIN INSURANCE By the uncomfortably margin of one-hundredth narrow of an — ---- — — "**ivui.u <Ji tin inch the rainfall yesterday up to 1 p. m. was enough to earn the In- at surance to cover gate receipts H,, fa i r - The g tered .21 Inch, and the insurance policy called for .20 inch. J ^ 8t « s tlle J °' cl °ck whistle blow M. Merritt, government weather - „„ A ,», t j>iurriLL B home, and Mr. Merritt dropped the measuring stick Into the government gauge. There was a hollow sound as the stick touched bottom, and it was a nervous moment for Mr. Vincent when the stick was withdrawn However there was no doubtthX it showed a full .21 inch, and this entitled the fair to $2,000 from the Insurance company. Yesterday's rain put an effective damper on the second day of the best fair Kossuth has ever had! Ir S , An naUcndanco was estimated at 6,000, a record for the opening day of the fair. The day was sunny and comfortably warm. An unusual circumstance Tuesday was the fact that instead of the flow of criticism which had marked some fairs in recent years comment was universally favorable particularly as regarded exhibits, free attractions, and consessions Cotton Dresses are "Sporty" too If you think a cotton dress is just an old fashioned "house dress"—you better hurry in and see these chic, tailored, exclusive looking cottons we are showing in this first shipment. Here are plaids, stripes and combinations that spell STYLE—in capital letters. And the prices are so reasonable that you'll buy a couple at a time. All sizes from 14 to 44—a style to fit every type of figure. Come in this week or next. $ 1.68 to $ 2.98

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