"STOVf CIRCUS [i HEREJATURDAY Ne lson"hardw are has an- Lge advertisement this An (ifK" *"*»«• Luncing Its annual unique „ circus" next Saturday. The !,,ch event was a big success, I, j Nelson, owner of the ls expecting another record |d this time. I will be another clown for Tmusement of the children, and arises displayed in the store tars will be given away. Stick" cookies baked in a Laid will be served free all Loon and evening. Children t be accompanied by parents. „ new Glowmaid a dollar a J will be allowed for the oldest L reported which is still in use. * - by last week's an- 1111 Kossuth Schools to Get^$l 165,32 According to figures published In Sunday's Des Moines Register this county's permanent school fund is $91,147.69. Tho money | s loaned at Interest by the board of sunervh ors. In the county there are 8034 r n r0 M,"? c l 1001 ago ' 5 l ° 21. "mi Murtft 8liUc comptroller i».f ,' proer last week approved checks or each inSUGu uj JM.W •• —— cement that a Glowmaid would , s ed without chimney connec- an Advance reporter inquired ' , 0 w it will be done. This Is a >t which will be revealed to • inquirers on "circus" day. _ «_———•—"*^^ Beeping Sickness 1 Victim Discovered Kenne, Whlttemore, was t to Algona Monday, and Hsday was taken before the Lv Insanity commission, which L that he was suffering with g sickness. Ho was taken pe Kossuth hospital for treat- it The man was so much asleep 1 though he was awakened for racr Monday evening, he could jbe awakened Tuesday morning fbreakfast. He was carried from I jail to the courthouse before Las examined and taken to the foital. The man is not married, f has been working on a farm Whlttemore. He is 57 years PREPARE-OR SEASON Coach Kenneth Mercer began the annual football season „„ the opening day of school Monday by Issuing football suits ting out for tho sport. (,, men fret- No practice Half Corn Loans Paid. Jounty Recorder Dooley went fough his books September 1, and mates that nearly 1,800 Kossuth mers have been released from a loans. At this rate nearly half jie corn loans have been releas- ) date. liny Lost in Blaze. facob Roadlnger, three miles of Wesley, lost 30 tons of hay fflre last week Monday night. Wesley firemen and neighbors ied put the fire out. How the i took fire was not known. taking away a number OL prospective players, so onlv a short warming-up drill was held Mercer hopes to begin .1, «, i earnest next week, for the first game of the season Is scheduled for Friday, September 21 against Livermorc. This game will be at night, and practice will bo held after dark to get players used to night lights. Coach Arthur Nordstrom also opened the season Monday at St Cecelia's academy by issuing suits! Only light workouts have been held by his team this week, as the academy boys have more time in which to practice before the open- Ing game of the season against Charles City Sunday, September 30. Five Couples Get Permits to Marry Fivo marriage licenses have been issued by District Court Clerk E .1 McEvoy, as follows: Merle Davidson, Cylinder, Alice Rose Kluss Fenton; Henry M. Zeimet, Marie Glsch, both of bode; Guy Carlson, Wesley, Hannah Bell Giddings Burt; Lester Baas, West Bend! Linda Roebor, Whittemore; and LuVern E. Seagren, Curlew, and Aleno F. Trow, Emmetsburg. Politicians (Jot Toother. Senator Patterson attended the state fair last week Wednesday, which was traditional politicians' day for both parties. Representative Bonnstetter's name was not in a list of house members in attendance published in last Thursday's Des Moines Register CALL THEATRE spiii nny ' (>1 - 7 «"<' 8 Spncial show starts at 11 o'clock every lwo hourfj d '£* WO COUNTY FATR SPECIAL FOR THE FAMILY •e sure the kiddies see this one. Saturday Evening Post story. HAT LtVINl - -**$&** Burn 'Em Up Barnes Serial. Get Frankie Darro Stamp Book free. _ VAUDEVILLE Little jNorimi Leeney —and— Tup Toe and Acrobatic Dancing. Tuesday, September 11. wilhMARYASTOR lY(.e TALBOT JOHN HALLIOAV FRANK Melillfl! flUET NATIONAL NCAVS Charlie (Jliaso Comedy It Happened One Night.
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