Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 9
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S»ifi^oib Entries /or Fair .*- i . _ KBLnAi ^•u i $ .**.. SECOND SECTION Volume 37, ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1938 12 Pages 96 Columns Number 49 FAIR'S AUTO RACES TO BE TUESDAY t 4-H Dairy CalKciub members this year will have the old girls I T h"ild"ing in which' to show their 65 calves on feed. h club dairy calf classes are divided into first, second, and third 1 sses, both purebred and grade. The third year calves hav ° a led on by their owners from either first or second yea Cft Breeds"represented in the dairy calf department will be the n Guernsey, Brown Swisa, and Jersey. ttolstein ehtrierf'wilLhe the greatest, due to the dominance of e Kossuth'County. be judged on Tuesday morning of the fair. AVERY'S '1939' REVUE FEATURE 9F NIGHT SHOW Varied Program Will Be Offered for Fair Patrons. full details in stories written es-j pecially for this Fair newspaper elsewhere in these pages. You will nd a host of events on this, the osing day of the fair. Patrons of last year's fair were oud in their praise of Gertrude | Vvery's Revue, and thie same unit j as been signed for this year with completely new and different ^ ' < t»J w^l With auto racing on Tuesday- horse racing Wednesday and Thursday, and Thrill Day Friday combined with the Host of free attractions, and other events, tht? year's fair will go down in history 3 the biggest program ever of ered to a Kossuth county crowd The transfer of the auto races t uesday will give early-in-the week patrons a chance to see th air on this one day and tell the! riends some of the interesting eatures. Each day's program 'has been arranged to present •• some- hing new and different for those who attend all of the four days, e in the Baby Beef'Club this year are 57 members with 10 These club members are scattered over the county from th line almost to West Bend. The boys have had their calve last fall, eome starting soon after the close of the fair tepr'esented In the beef calf entries will be 68 Herefords, 21 An In, and 16 Shorthorns, the three principal beef breeds. These calve |!ill be judged on Wednesday morning and sold at auction on Frida lorning. ; • . LAKOTANS SEE INDIANS GIVE CEREMONIALS how. Special stage equipment and drove to Fort Dodge to visit relatives Sunday. Fair 4-H Exhibits Planned- Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Emma Gutknecht attended a county 4-H club committee meeting at County Agent Brown's at Algona last wek Monday evening. Arrangements for exhibits and demonstrations at the county fair were made. Lakota, Aug. 23—Mr. and Mrs. j Pioneer Family Here Recalled— W. E. Gutknecht and Lena Gut- The Otto Koppens drove to John's brother Louis Heetland's. •Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton Were Sunday visitors at the William Evans home, near Swea City. Mrs. Ida Ukena and her grandson, Paul Ukena, were business visitors at Fort Dodge Saturday. ast year, will be brought to the Kossuth fair and set up in the late i knecht returned Friday from a j Hampton Sunday to attend Abel now. oy^mi BIO.B" =>i>"i.'—--»-| knecht returne d Friday from a Hampton Sunday to cenery, surpassing even that oti week in Wisconsin. They had been • Abel family reunion. „ _i. ...«,,« iirtll V\n Hi*nncr1tt ff\ irlft I /lollarl f Vtnrn onrltr laaf wnolr tn rtt- .nan'a mntVlAr Wfl o n' afternoon and early evening simply 'or the night show. Don Tranger, twice featured by Robert L. Ripley's Believe It or Not, will lead the revue band, and will present his stunt of playing a clarinet and a saxaphone at the same time, -and also playing three trumpets simultaneously in three- part harmony. Many Kossuth people have seen him on the screen and stage, and heard him broadcast. He will positively he at the Kossuth' fair night show in person leading his own band. In all there are 40 ihorus girls, singers, dancers, and comedians in the revue cast. . . called there early last week to attend the funeral of a cousin, J. B. Smith at The Dells; Afterwards they attended an Indian ceremonial in an ancient natural amphitheater at Standing Rock in The Dells. Every .July and August the Wisconsin Winnebago Indians give tribal dances in this amphitheater, which seats 1,000 people. This year three tribes—the Sioux, Pueblos, and' the Winnebagos— took part. Among high lights were: imitations of birds and animals given by Evergreen Tree, of Mexico, and pen'a mother was an an Kop- and SENECA Chief Silver Indian tenor Tongue, celebrated 'The Gutknechts also visited Mrs. Garrett Stelsel, Waupon, Wis. Mrs. Steleel, now 86, was a pioneer farmer's wife .in this vicinity. The Stelsels later mnilrians i llved in town here ' then back • t ° muslclan3> I Wisconsin, where relatives lived. with her husband, A. Q. Smith, Kvas a pioneer southeast of Lakota. 'Both are now deceased. Sister of Mrs. Smith 1'asse— Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. received word -Saturday of the death of her oldest sister at Keokuk. The message was delayed, and Mrs. Smith Svas thereby prevented from attending the funeral. Other Lakotn News. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Rens'haw took their guest, Mrs. Renshaw's sister, Verna Winchell, to her home at Mason City Sunday; after she had made a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs: L. J. Needham spent Sunday at Albert Lea with The Birthday club met with Mrs. Emil Elmers Saturday and helped her celebrate her anniversary (Sunday). Bunco was played al three tables, Mrs. R. J. Campbel winning high. Mrs. Otha Cook and Mrs. Albert Cody were hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Otha Cook, Mrs Frank Norris, and Mrs. Wheele spent Saturday night and Sunda; with relatives at Minneapolis. Marion Osborn went to Hollan dale, Minn., Sunday to pick pota toes. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richard, entertained the former's siste near Des Moines, and and he Algona, Iowa, August 9, 1938. Secretary of the Kossuth County Fair: Dear Sir: At a meeting of the Kossuth County Flower Club last night we decided to put on an exhibition again and would like the same position if jposslble. Mre. H. E. Woodward, of Whittemore is the chairman «of this committee. We are hoping for a better display thia year,, and'I want to thank you for the interest shown in us p " Very sincerely, MRS. H. J. BODE. and season tickets are expected to go like hot cakes for this year's fair for that reason. Elsewhere in this "Fair Newspaper" you will find pictures of the auto racing stars who will race their specially built racing cars in an effort to lower the track record. Many of them have raced at former Kossuth fairs, and all of them are "names" of. prominence in the auto racing world, at state (fairs, and racing meets from coast to coast. Wednesday's 2:24 pace, 2:14 trot and 2:16 pace and Thursday's 2:22 lot and 2:12 pace have already received attention from horse racers over this section of the country and a large .list of entries in these events has already heen made ,.,.„ „ Schoolmaters in Get-Together— On -the stage, -afternoon . and Jfe.'^ 1 S^ :1 SSS£°%. evening will be the Boleros, roller tonka) OQ a tfip tQ Nebraska Sat . ekaters extraordinary, who as one uraay . Mrs. Heetland was to visit of their stunts, whirl madly on a a former schoolmate, Mrs. Harry table top. several feet above J^^bKS af&i^ 1 ; their daughter, Mrs. Lee Steil, and the new grandson. Mrs. Steil was formerly Gretchen Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reed, Al- gpna and Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, Armstrong, spent ground; Rutan's daughter of tne R ev . and Mrs. 20 Years Ago | V j . JIMMTE "NEVILLE " had a "page id in the Advance announcing that was "going out ;aln. * • • * of business" I THOS. SARCHETT, 83, who had her of recruits that had ever left Algona together in wartime. The evening before the boys left they were guests at a band concert anc slng-fest oh the courthoueW lawn The train left early next' morning m ... had died at Des Moines, after an operation. She was 39, the daughter.of * * * * MRS. GEO. W. GODFREY Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Thorpe. Mr jrved in the Union, army *»» n s iGodfre y had gone to Des Moines to it Civil war, had died of cancer «• r ,.J the Rev. J. W. Jeffries, of the Japtist church, conducted funeral lervices. , * * * < V1KENHAINER had L the marines at home the body. * * * * POOR HEALTH had Mrs. A. L. Peterson to the for .— Mrs.. Agnes The Kossuth fair is 'an important cog in the midwest racing circuits and owners send their best horses here for the large-stakee^in-rthfr two-day horse race meet. > Friday is Thrill day—with Suicide Club in full sway. -Every stunt known to motorcycle ani auto thrill events .will be presente; in front of the grandstand. Rea compelled resign as il, third i of Mr, and MrB,;Prank Wnkel. ona, was in charge of the men. A LARGE CROWP had gathered ft Algona to see Ko&autV« quota of " men leave for Gamp Gordon, , on a special Northwestern train. Thla was ;the largest num- ,Pected to Join. Cards ^«£ "^ .^^"XsMBB resulting in : lo«s of grain. Every kernel was to .be saved. There was . discussion 'about laying canvas undei . separa- ; tors and the use of tlght-bottomea ^baskets to prevent loss. nusual high-class attraction from Schneider. Her father served the rpheum stages. The feature at- local Lutheran church many yeavs raction will be the Four Lorenzos, ago. erforming their,, hazardous stunts chicagoan Visits Daughter Here— n the highest apparatus ever built I -m-u — v^u~* r>v,ino<r n 'snout or an act of their kind. Merrill Sunday Keating, Chicago, spent the week-end with the E. J. Wood- without a net or other safety devices,, doing such attractions as the j the ankle swing" from the top of the LlO-ft. slender flag poles. Two men md two girls vie with each other n these death-defying acts. Each evening there will be dancing to good music In the special dance pavilion. Not a small .attraction of the fair will be the midway, which is again enlarged (this year. One Pound Baby Dies. Ledyard, Aug. "23 -,- A baby weighing only a .pound was born last week Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haag, and it lived for 17 hours. The Haags are in ; Willis Pingle employ. They formerly llved at Shenandoah. daughter, Mrs. Woodworth, and .: latter's daughter Dorothy with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis.* Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburtpn were Sunday-guests of the Harry Bodes, near Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torino, near Algona, were also there. • 'Fern Lewis came home last weeK Tuesday from summer school at Dubuque. 'She will go back in! September. . The senior Christian Endeavor | young people had a wiener roast at Charles Gutknecht's Friday evening. The .John Heetlands drove EenWick. Sunday, for the day to at I Back to With I Box* 1 LQG PANTS OERALL -.,- ^PANTS ... 79c 89c _.. . _^» u °^-^t'4v^gV II Relics of pioneer days IM ^xd'a 2*^ v» ces , 400 i8 ft • »s " • ^^K t ojOV* llftlTP t\^& r\y 1 Prairie KhooMrjf'*!** l»ttfe ft :^ V S fl6 ,I coaxes, WjtlrieriP* I-W ^ SV-S W ?&&* tf I roadelwahma' / I »"T'«ie* v ^JM Locomotives the past l Old-ti Farm years'^ plw», ers, Vhreshers, ^s» :r P ^Tw v «« ; f f ^8»,T * * f* in &m,WW 4 I iWAt^W ** rfotefa^ I.SsK a |- Qp ^a^gttfla 1 * f" 1 iL 1 frfiBU?^^ 9fth^ ^tfl^S .ntiinu sfvle &hOW ^ 1, UJ *f "«S ShJ Boy's Shirts 69c and 79c Tie*25c Mainmoth mw*~<*«f 1 yem sf ^WMW ture" *••..*• •* s :* •<< SWEATERS arid Z.4S Collegiate Lounging Robe§ '3.85 '6.85 Suitca»e» and Laundry Mailing Ca»e. $1.41 ijHC^Ti-^-T -•'-j » ^ ^ ( , -t v t »V * > ' MISBACH'S Beauty, Quality and Value Beyond Comparison ! 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Kohlhaas & Spilles A190NA, IQWA S*V -(-i •&• -5' p^M.uy.. y^ V , >. t -^liHPjilplP.!lfM5^ fil.. PQ We TRACTOR TIRE CHAINS ^ i, >*fr K[ r-n Greenberg Auto Supply _t^i{.rf, amily part of last week. The Albert Codys and the Curtis •Isens attended an Olsen family eunion Sunday (where not stat- d). Mr. and Mrs. Howard Modlin, of lldora, spent Friday night and aaturday with the latter's sister, Mrs. Frank Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hultner, Lakota, and a daughter called at AT. Paulsen's Sunday. a.v I CARRY ANTI- 'WORRY INSURANCE- |A Regular Ad In This Newspaper •m FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 AND 27 Save the Easy Way At Council Oak Sal .values In all departments on Sale Days. Mutton Sale pound ite dish at the LEG 0' MUTTON ROAST, MUTTON CHOPS, pound __--- — MUTTON SHOULDER ROAST, pound MUTTON STEW, pound — !! Beef Roast For those who dont fancy Mutton for the Sunday can sippl/a nice, juicy Shoulder Boast covered beef. The price for this sale is pound. '•••.•-• -• - •-••-••. • ' ..... - • . 15* Bacon Narrow slabs of mild cure back bacon. Any quantity in piece or 'sliced at 24*i per Pound. . FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, pound ._ RING and LARGE BOLOGNA, pound _ ___-14* Superb Apricots No cause for feeling bad because you canned no fresh apricots. This week-end you can buy a winter's supply of Superb Apricots in the large No. 2H can for 16* Corn Flakes ', Crisp toasted Kellogg'g Corn Flakes with an oven fresh flavor. ' The large package at a special,price ol ~~ J Announcement! For some time North State Peas have not been on our shelves. We are 'glad to inform you that 1938 North State Peas are now on sale. This week-end a special price of 7* per can. White Loaf Flour The dependable all purpose Flour. A "Thirsty" Flour Oat : bakes more loaves per bag;, For this sale the H bbL bag for $1.19 (FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, & bbL bag __ —9»* Council Oak Bread . Council Oak bread is the bread that satisfies. In our model bakery there is no scrimping on the essential ingredients required for delicious wholesome bread. A wide variety and baked fresh li daily. . All lean beef. No bone, no gristle, no waste. A cooked beef for sandwiches and delicious corned beef hash. At our special price of 17* per can it is a low cost meat to boil with fresh vegc-,, tables. Kraft French Dressing The perfect garnish for salad containing crisp lettuce, red ripe -| tomatoes and sliced cucumbers. For this sale the 8-ounce for IS* and the pint jar for 25*Cake Flour Bake your next cake from Eobb-Eoss Cake Flour, Try a pack* age of Boss-Boss Cake Flour at a special price of !•*• Coin* ell Oak guarantees the baking quality of this cake flour. Council Oak Cocoa For that richer Chocolate flavor 1* Devil's Food Cake use COM- ' cil Oak Cocoa. Try a 2-pound can at a special price of 14* per tan. Macaroni and Spaghetti Another food that should receive special consideration •§ t*9 one hot dish on torrid, days, Macaroni and spaghetti bkfti so deliriously with inexpensive cuts of meats, Kori^g I4fk| '£«« matoes, Kraft's Cheese |«.d canned fish, . •, M«caronl »n« Spaghetti for this 8§te »t 2 powwU for IS* Vi »'<s: :fc <"& I'-'H-T School Supplies A cowpleto assortment of to show the usual Couae|l TOILET

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