Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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2), 1934. J em TITONKA FARM BABE IS HURT IN ACCIDENT man, S . D., Saturday to bring Mrs Peterson home. Arthur Askln and Mnrwin Hansen arc caring for the Rev. Mr manners boos while hc is at Hih "Ing, Mi n n., ns chaplain of the CCC SWEA CITY'S P, T, A, HOLDS OPENING MEET Swea City, Sept. 18—The Parent-Teachers association hold its Paul fingcn, Wesley butlcrniaker, won first on a butter entry at the county fair, and his assistant, Ralph Flehler, won fifth. Mr. Flchlor won first at the state fair. If you have ever seen the Wesley Titonka, Sept. 10—An accident, occurred at the Ray Ocsterrcichur farm Friday while a silo was being filled. The men were having trouble starting a tractor. The bolt was on the pulley of the tractor, also on the pulley of the cutter. The hood of the cutter was fastened by only one lock, and when the tractor was started the cutter cover was thrown i first meeting of"tfie"ye'ar ""it tho off and broken in two pieces. One high school a week ago Mondiv piece hit little Denn Oesterriecher. night. It was In tho form of a re 5, knocking him down. Conrad coplion and welcome for the tracli Swanson picked him up, and car- ors. rled him to tho house, where It The address of welcome was "Iv- TJ.,,, ™ -,,M, ,. was found that, he had two tooth I en by D. w. Fulls for tho school «. H McWhortor, four miles knocked out, one in upper jaw, the, hoard, Mrs. Ravi Ion,] SNmson for 'iw'lT, 1 r 0 ' Dur V rocently boufiht other in the lower jaw. There was the parents, and the levCB Vr n * hllctaco calvos at ™»P. S. -'-- •• • - "-- • - •• T- - • - v- u ' "• iwc -.D. 1 hey weighed some 250 pounds has them on pas- Don M. Stiles, C. H. Klamp, Field Reporters W. ,T Payne, Contributing Fred has a special kind of Velvet barley which he brought, into this community from Garner last spring at a cost of 55c a bushel. He was making wild hay when we called last Thursday. He lives four creamery, you know that, like the:miles so'uthwest of Algona in Cres- Aigona creamery, it is an outstand-Ico township. Fred was wondering mg main street brick building. The , where ho could get hold a hay- Wnslcy community started dairying,baler, for he will have close to 50 success of it. ,, f ato ' but has made a i32.50 and up also a severe cut in the lower lip. Dowoll for tho churches, eluded a cornet solo Kulandcr, a duot by Music in-1 each. Ho now , _, JV . by Lvcrctt'turo, but will soon put Mrs. Wm. tho food yard. the they are now on pas- lERFEX Oi lating Stoves are the „ method of heating... . a size, style and price [every purse... all beau- Ifinished in high lustre i enamel... Economi- jig for homes, offices, ^schools, stores, shops ny other places where Llthfut heat is desired. \ient-Labor-Saving! edirty handling of coal ire ashes to carry out [more troublesome reg- 1 of drafts and dampers [light it, turn the dial to sired heat and leave it I [showing these modern new |nowl . . • Come in, let us DW to heat your home for nly a few cents a day! & SPILLES 1PERFEX BURNING HEATING OVES Welford Lnnioreiix Visits Here— Welford Lamoreux, his wife, and two months babe stopped hero day to visit overnight at Wolf grandmother Mrs. George sen's Sr. and with other relatives, i c<l several selections. inli They had driven to Iowa from! Hans for tho ycnr'B work wcro tu ?e Stevensville, Mont., MOO miles,! discussed, vaccination of school ' «*.. where they had been living near i children for diphtheria was plan-! A • Welfords father S. L. Lamorcux's. ! n °d, and a committee of Dr C W • ' (lallRhtor ° r Ml> - -in' 1 Mrs. They are to go from bore to jLumltiuist, Mrs. Raymond ' Sw-in-' y' lhnKhnm ' southwest of Al- Ames. where they will livo this 'son, and Supt. A. H Schiller was w",'!' ' S om l )loyed at tno now Merle school year, and Welford will lake ; named. After the meet ing lunch r-° rf beor Bardcn ' ncar tho work for his M. A. degree. Ho took! W!1 s Nerved in tho dining room. | gl ' ounds ' his other degree at Ames a couple _ The association moots regularly tons and he plans to sell a lot of it. This type of hay is now worth more than ,$14 a ton. * • * * Anton Kardoes, three miles east of Bancroft, is farming a Metropolitan Ins. Co. farm and the company making a number of im- then* in provements, among which are a new barn, 32x48, a corn crib, 27x40, with granary overhead, and two individual hog houses which will accommodate four sows and litters each. The house is also being remodeled. McMurray Bros., Algona, and their crew are doing the work. John Van Ness works with the boys and some day John will be a big builder. * * * * Frank Dontje, who lives five miles north of Bancroft, was plowing Friday on a farm he has bought er at Ralph Morgan's south of the county farm. * * * * When we called on J. H. Fraser, five miles southwest of Algona, last Thursday a crew of men were putting in a culvert across the road in front, of his place. Last year the road was soft there, and tho county decided to install a culvert to let surplus water run off. J. H. has been plenty busy this fall, doing his work and also working on the says he corn-hog committee. He certainly will be glad when the checks come, so he can stay at home. of years ago. He is a poultry spec- tllc second Monday night of each' whon we called at E. M. Stof- £our miles Gas t and a half north of ialist. Both ho and his wife for-!month- Officers for this year arc fol ' H M °nday he was inspectingiSwca City. Ho is, however, doing - ••• '-,.. ~ . - - _i- . - the plowing for a tenant who is to o move to the farm next March, and u He was "feel- meanwhile the tenant is doing tiling blue because frost had nipped in K for F rank. The farm where merly lived at Britt, and Welford Mrs - Raymond Swanson, president• !corn P'anted on a p; lived earlier at Titonka. tho Rev. G. R. Siomans, vice; and trilctcd a cres. E. M. William Evans, secretary-treasurer. i m "° norl11 ° c Algona. patch of con- farms just a Mission Fcsf, Observed Sunday— .„ . . ,, . An annual mission fest was ob- '• Nl>(l ' I "' r Services Helil- bis green corn Saturday night. j. »-i.» <j,**»i utt,i in IOOUMI i un L »(Lri \Jlt~ ' -n , ~ • •• unuuiuivj *j.ig,iiu. served all day at the Good Hope ! r , ," cral serv| ces for William Most gardens and grapevines were Lutheran church here Sunday. The : ,1 lclcllcr W01 '° held a week ago i also frozen. But after all Mr. Rev. Mr. Vollmar, Le Mars, and the',, ? L at 2 °' cloek with the Rev. Stoffel feels fairly well satisfied Rev. Mr. Reentx, Ronwick also the '„'" Sicilians in charge at the!with tlle way the world has treat- Rev. Mr. Killian, of the Emmanuel IJa !* lst church. Mr. Fletcher wasjed him this year. Mrs. Stoffel says ' ' Lutheran church near Titonka do- I'!"'™ near f ' cdar R aplds April 11, it keeps her busy now to send the do livered sermons. The sermon in ' and dlcd at A1 sona a week children to school, do her house- the morning was in German and j " K0 Sunda y at the age of 71 years, work, and prepare for winter. El- English and German sermons were , IeT was " lan ' ied F d>vuary 8, 1891,' don, the oldest boy, is manager of I A. given in the afternoon, and an Eng- i, ! . a M ' Tjlnk> Hc is survived by the Cut Rate grocery which Donald me Frank lives is one of the Arthur Murray farms. Mr. Murray lives at Bancroft. A new barn, 36x70, is being built on this farm. It will have a hip roof. George Johnson and his crew of Bancroft carpenters are doing the building. R, &T. BIG GET-TOGETHER T5y f'lms. H. Klninp. Last week Tuesday we attended a Register and Tribune salesmen's convention at Des Moines. We rode down with Frank Konsello, who lives at Emmetsburg and works Palo Alto county for the Register & Tribune. After we arrived a 6 o'clock banquet was served at the Fort Des Moines hotel, and then we heard a KSO program of singing and other music. There was a little girl who tap- dances for KSO, and she reminded us of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson's daughter at Algona who is an accomplished tap-dancer. The next morning, after breakfast and a night's rest at the Savery hotel, there were business meetings. The Register and the Tribune certainly put every effort to get the news to subscribers. There are some surprises in store to be announced in due time. On our way home we noticed a great many big trucks loaded with ear corn from the north, and undoubtedly they were going to the southern part of Iowa and the drought area. £,I*KU an 1,11^ UI.LI*I iitjwii, u.iiu tin rjiiii- i i . , r ,, 1 *• lish sermon in the evening. Somci hls w "c. four daughters, and two 'sons. There are 19 grandchildren. Mr. Fletcher had been a resident of Kossuth county for 40 years, and 200 ate dinner at the church basement. Trnclf and Auto Collide— While Wilbur Schram and his cousin, Florence Reynolds, were returning from Mason City Friday, an accident occurred when a Pontiac driven by a Mr. Str-inhoff, of Britt, a produce man, collided with their trunk. The truck turned over, and the Pontiac was badly wrecked. Mr. Steinhoff, who is in a Mason City hospital, suffered a fractured leg and internal injuries. Wilbur and Florence suffered minor bruises. AVhite, Algona, owns at Garner. He is doing a good business there. • * # • Farmers tell us that more agents When we called Friday at Ralph Olson's they told us they would move to Ellsworth, south of Webster City, next March. They now live southeast of Ledyard, and they will be missed there, for they have most of his life was spent on a and salesmen of various types (in- farm in the Lakota neighborhood, a!eluding collectors) are flocking few years in Swea City, and the: in to this county from everywhere ATMULTIMl EK-EJTO SPECIALS fmi or Spag- llbs. for 17c Cookies, plain 4 C ^ [fancy, lb. IOC , an easy fessert, 3 pkgs. COFFEE Reunion Honors Mrs. 1'annknk— A family reunion celebrating the birthday of Mrs. B. A. Pannkuk, which was last week Wednesday, was held Sunday at her home, and attending were the Ben Pannkuks, Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Pannkuk, Minneapolis; the Anton ast year in Algona. Burial was made in Harrison cemetery. Drought Slicops Shipped In- Beginning with the unloading of eight, double deck carloads of sheep last Monday the feeder lamb season started at Swea City, and during the week the total was taken to 4200 lambs, which have been distributed among the farmers of this neighborhood, who will feed them on contract. They are from the Pannkuks, Minn.; the Blooming Clarence Prairie, Pannkuks, than they have ever been bothered with before. This is of course due to our good crops and the government money which is headed this way. Many farmers have put up signs forbidding agents to enter their premises. We don't blame them for trying to keep out strang- been prominent in activities. Ralph is than 100 Herefords. neighborhood feeding more Have you ever met John Frandle, who lives a mile west and a mile south of Ledyard? If you have, when he was plowing, you know that he does not get excited when his plow will not scour. There had been a heavy shower before we called Friday morning (Algona did get included. * * • . People from Algona are pestering fanners again, for it is nutting ers, but hope Advance men are notj tnis shower), and the ground was plenty sticky, but John was starting to plow.- Sometimes plowing Montana and Wyoming drought time. Many busy farmers have had areas. Isaacson & Linde have lb _____ Oak _______ lb. _________ 111 House ib ----------|, Council I oz. bottle ___ (6s, red pitted, an ..... _____ . s, large .-2 can ______ arch, gloss , pound pkg. ___ 19c 27c 30c 12c 14c 7c 25c 2c 19c 15c 19c 25c .7c ouuei'D iS, m ^ 10 l h .pail___48C O-l M ClC 44 ' 31 C 10c .for ..... __ [Traps, Olive [Soap, 4 cakes_" [Suds, , for ______ f White "soap," tbars __ «oy Toilet per bar ___ jSuperb B, 2 Pkgs. _. lakes, Silver Nearly everyone stops at-^ Fairmont; and the E. Buss Pann- kuks, Titonka. Two or three other families expected were not able to come. Wilsons Home from Tour— The J. E. Wilsons returned Saturday from a trip to the Yellowstone park, Saskatchewan, and Minnesota. Mr. Wilson is a victim of hay fever, and he leaves his business for a time every year on that account. His mother, of Algona, took care of his restaurant in his absence, and the local Wilsons took her home Saturday. Butler Farm Barn Moved— A barn was moved, Saturday from the old Butler farm southwest of town to the farm west of town where Senus Isebrand is living. The Butler farm's buldings have been rebuilt and remodeled. Both farms aro owned by an insurance company. Dinner Honors Coast Guests— Last week Monday a big dinner was served at the Ben Knox home, near Doan, in honor of Charles Meyers, Lindon, Wash., and the Albert Meyers, Los Angeles, who are visiting here. Mrs. Marie Saathof, Titonka, was also present. Watermelon Party is Given- Herbert Rakow gave a watermelon party at his home last week Wednesday night, and attending •were Helen Beed, Donald Callies, Katherine Schram, Lewis and Vern Bacon, Mildred Krantz, and Arthur Askln. H. S. Team Defeats Woden— The high school played and won its first game this year, 4-2, against Woden. Harm Meyers and Junior Hansen were the only freshmen here who played. Mrs. Callies Critically Sick— Mrs. W. F. Callies took sick Friday, and this week Monday no one was allowed to see her. Bolt Knocks Phones Out— A bolt of lightning at noon Monday put a number of telephones out of commission. Easmus Hansen to Hospital — Last week Tuesday night Rasmus Hansen was taken to an Iowa City hospital. _____ Other Titonka News. Mrs. Herbert Schweppe entertained the Tuesday bridge cluo last week Tuesday. Mrs. H. I. lor- geson won the high score; Mrs George Bonacker, second; Mrs. ^ B. Larson, low. Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. Miller Nelson were guests The Virgil Pendergasts, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, and Mrs. Jay Budlong attended the first meeting of the Eastern Stars this season at Burt last week Tuesday evening. A taken the largest number, 600 head, while other farmers are feeding from 150 to 300 head each. They were all in good condition. Aid Officers Are Elected— The Methodist Aid held its regular meeting and election of officers last week Wednesday. New officers are Mrs. T. F. Johnson, president; Mrs. Fred Seylar, vice; Mrs. John Ecklund, secretary; Mitchell, treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. T. F. Harry Berggren, assistant secretary. Ronald McDonnell to 'II'— The Rev. and Mrs. McDowell drove to Iowa City Monday with their son Ronald, who will enter Iowa university this fall for more extended college work. An older son is an assistant professor of chemistry there. New Lumber Scale Installed stop work to drive stock back into pasture because thoughtless intruders have left a gate open. • Mrs. Jens Kirkgaard, two miles south of Algona, is entertaining her aunt, a Mrs. Hall, Jefferson, and the latter's son. Mrs. Hall is a sister-in-law of W. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Mr. Hall was reared at Jefferson. * * * * Claude Seely, of Plum Creek, got home Saturday evening from a successful fair tour, with his six Clydesdale horses. He exhibited at the state fair and the county fairs here and at Spencer. He also had a good exhibit of Shropshire sheep. Mrs. Seely, her son Kent, the Howard Seelys, and Claude's mother, Mrs. Agnes Seely, spent last week Wednesday at Spencer. under such conditions will make a fellow say words which do not sound well, but John takes it calmly and cleans the dirt off the mouldboard, then tries again. Before we left he was getting along in fine shape. » * * * When we called a week ago Geo. Foth, a mile northeast of Bancroft, had a load of hogs ready to go to market. He said he was selling his hogs as soon as they were fit to go, for he does not think there is much profit in them even at present prices, when the price of corn is considered. George is a good farmer, and he tries to make every move pay. Dwight Hardgrove, was in charge of the of Algona, farm work The Northern Lumber company i last week at Ralph Brown's while is installing a new 30,000 lb. scale j Mr. and Mrs. Brown were at Chito replace the old one. The old scale was not large enough to accommodate the large trucks. The improvement will cost $900. Cedar Rapids Man Speaks B. P. Hanson, of the Cedar Falls Bible and Tract society, filled the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning. He also spoke at Grant church, and from there went to Rake, Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. August Augustadt, of Mason City, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Thomson. Mrs. Thomson returned with them for a more extended Vi MerHn Larson and Burton Thomon are leaving this week for Iowa State college at Ames to take up heir college work. The boys are ophomores this year. Marie Sanders, of Aitkin, Minn., s making her home with her COUB- n, Mrs. Henry Myhr. She entered he freshman class at school this 'TS. Buell Johnson and1 daughter cago, attending the world's fair. * * * • On a recent trip to northeastern Iowa we noted that nearly all corn there was being cut and shocked for fodder, the reason being that few ears "set" on the stalks. * * * * One of the most interesting demonstrations at the world's fair to farmers is a display of Cherry- Burrell dairy equipment made by the Brook Hill farm. In a brick building some 50 feet in length are Hotel number were croft. !K €•> I *Moine$ "A Room end b«th '»' Iwo ond o h»lf' * . hyllis Bee spent two Chicago, visiting Mrs. weeks in Johnson's The George Rahes, 4*4 miles miles north of Bancroft, were planning Friday to move into a new house sometime this week. They lived in a chicken house all summer, and George said that it was unbearably hot a few weeks ago, but is now too chilly. When Mr. and Mrs. Rahe grow old they will tell their grandchildren stories like we present oldsters heard from our sires about living in sod houses. » • • • Merle Wellendorf recently opened a beer garden across the street north from the fair grounds. He planned the building, 20x36, himself and built it with the help of Bartholomew Bros., Algona. It was completed in time for the county fair. An icebox 7x7x8 has a capacity of 1100 pounds of ice and a supply of beer, the taps running through the wall and into a beer- Emmet Paetz and Joe Balk spent several days last week in Montana, Nebraska and the Dakotas, looking for cattle. Gladys Pnetz was brought home a week ago from the General hospital, when she had been a patient two weeks, following an appendicitis operation. Mrs. J. W. Harris, spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona. Mrs. Harris and her daughter Mary were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings, Wesley. Mrs. Giddings is the former Marie Harris. The W. C. Taylors, Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders spent last week Wednesday at the Spencer fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mundell, of Derby, spent Friday at W. C. Taylor's. The two families are former neighbors at Cambria. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her family attended Baptist church services at Corwith Sunday afternoon with the Charles Strattons. Mrs. Stratton is a daughter of Mrs. Wise. Mrs. Grace Miller was a visitor at Clayton Johnson's Monday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, and the latter's daughter Constance Joy, all of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boleneus. Mrs. Hawley is a sister of Mrs. Sander and Mrs. Boleneus. MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth county homes on our easy monthly payment plan. See us today. THE ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. two rooms, one containing 20 cat-1 fooler A sandwich counter is to be tie of various dairy types, the oth-1^stalled_for_ Hght ^unches. Indoor er the necessary equipment to cool, pasteurize, bottle, and cap milk for home use. Three attendants care for the cattle, which are milked at four intervals, and the machinery is in constant action. One whole side of the building consists of through large which glass windows demonstrations cnicago, violet, • - 1rt i s sister and attending the worlds 'air. Mrs. Clyde Sanborn IB slowly recovering from her recent operation. She is in the Coleman hospital at 3stherville. ''^HH hSr^ f\f MI* 3.nd ftirS" jjG" and had been employed on near Swea City. Dorr, moved. ding Jobn Richter Wesley. The event was the Klelweter tall. Simon, present from Ban' The Robert Fishers, Milwaukee were here last week, visiting Rob ert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher. They went home Sunday Mrs. Harry Beed entertained hei bridge luncheon club last Thursday Mrs Lee 0. Wolfe, won the high da>. dict playe d ball at St. score, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker low. &t. » , ,„* c Mrs. E. R. Intermill and Mrs. William Welhousen entertained me Methodist Aid in the basement or the'church last week Wednesday. Lorraiae, Pbydelis, and Woodrow Peterson, Myrtle Ama, ana Arthur Jay Budloog drove to Cole- Many e d nnTr a^Corwith Sunday, at We 8 i e y. can be seen at all hours till 8 p. m. * * * * ' Mrs. Mary Fasbender, who operates a grocery store at St. Benedict, boasts a good gasoline business since installation of a W. N. A. X. pump last July. She also has a tank truck which delivers gas to farmers at a cent less than pump prices. Red Cross standard gas is also to had at her store. For the last ten years Mrs. Fasbender, with the help of her three daughters, Bertha, Irene, and Agatha, has been serving St. Benedict trade * * » » Every horse lover has heard of the famous six-horse team owned ay the Wilson meat packing plant at Chicago. The horses, which are Clydedales, range in age from 4 to 6 years and vary in weight from 1800 to 2250 pounds. They are driven three times daily in the Wings of Progress attraction. The harnesses are ornamental and are kept highly polished. Two uniformed attendants care for the horses and answer all questions. * * * * Many people who visit the Ambrose A. Call state park remark on the originality of Clark Orton's set of buildings just west of the Call bridge. Clark hewed logs and constructed a house, barn, and a chicken house, and lives there with his wife and family of six children, meanwhile spending leisure hours at repairing and beautfying his home. Clark, who is a former district court clerk, is interested in a benevolent insurance society at present. * * * * Fred Byson's barley went a little better than 22 bushels an acre, and he has more than 400 bushels. He may put his whole farm into barley next year. It is now worth a dollar a bushel on the market. toilets are being installed, and a ceiling of composition lapboard is being laid. The cost of the building and materials will run well up towards $2000. * » * * Mike Loss, a mile south of the Ambrose A. Call state park, was having his silo repaired last week Thursday, and William Aman, carpenter from Algona and his men were doing the work. Mike and his men have been filling several silos the past few weeks, and he says the corn fodder this vear is exceptionally good. » * Several silos which blew over last May in heavy spring winds have been rebuilt and are now being filled. Melvin Rieken, Plum Creek farmer, has finished filling his silo also one on the Henry Scheppman place, one and one-half miles north of Irvington, and anoth- Horse A carload of horses will be on sale in the Wesley stock yards Saturday, Sept. 22nd, consisting of colts, yearlings and well- broke horses. TERMS-Cash or make arrangements with your banker. B. L. PINFIELD, Owner Joe Matern, Auctiom er Exchange State Bai.k Clk. Going Places And Doing Things — Dress Correctly, Wherever you go—whatever the occasion, whether tor DRESS, SPORT or BUSINESS WEAR, it pays to "look the part." We can "drew you up" correctly, inexpensively and sat- isfactsrily. Our new Fall woolens are now on display _ e very conceivable color and weave and the very latest men's fashions. LET US CONVINCE YOU. V •<' i d* »~f*\ ELK Cleaners & Tailors Phoae 380, We delftcr. LIVESTOCK SALES CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Every Saturday All kinds of Livestock—Good Hereford and Shorthorn Stock Cattle. Consignments Solicited AMES AUCTION SALES Clear Lake, Iowa Long's Food Shop fWHERE MEAT —US MEAT- 105 STATE STREET Right up in center of town. Easy Parking. Same old neat, clean, and pleasant place to trade. Long's For Eats Farmers Bring Your Eggs. 1-1927 Chevrolet Sedan 1-1930 Chevrolet Coupe Heaters—Prestone—Nonfreeze Let us service your car for cold weather* Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 — Algona, la. Order Your NOW! Quality coals from all fields can be found in our lines. Shipments are arriving each week. Prices will be higher. Avoid the rush when the first cold snap comes. F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 IMe : OAIRY _ CATTLE CONGRESS National Belgian Horse Show International Poultry and Waterfowl Shows MID-WEST INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION THE GREAT SILVER ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION National in scope, extent, influence! The Only National Exposition of the Dairy Industry. Augmented by Premier Exhibits of the World's Best Belgian Horses—Waterfowl—Poultry— National 4-H Club Contests — Complete Women's Dept. <•*•? Beautiful Flower and Garden Show — acres of latest improved dairy and farm equipment! Action every where — every moment a live one in every nook and corner of 19 mammoth build* ings and 40 acres! FUN ... AMUSEMENT... ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL! Complete Circus Program—18 Thrilling Acts—A Score of Rollicking CIpWBI —IS Band* and Drum Corps—H»ir Raising Novelty Acts—Side Splitting Comedy — Concerts — Soloist* — Society Horse Show with beautiful riding, driving and trained horse actt — Mammoth Premier Stock Parades^-rDoie'nc of Conieits-i"rUdM and amusements galore. k OCT. WATERLOO, IOWA ' " A^isLJ.L^diH

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