The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 3
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The tipper Bes Moinea-ttepubiican) August 2f, 1930 KOSSUTH COUNTY September 1, 2,3, 4 and S The biggest, most- sensational program ever offered at the Kossuth County Fair, which is one of the Greatest County Fairs in the World, Plan to aty tend at least two days, You won't begin to see everything in one day, The Fair this year will exceed your greatest expectations THE FAIR PROGRAM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. Entry day. No gate admission charged. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. Floral hall and' exhibits open at nine si. m. The big fair begins. Afternoon Program. The Nine Allisons. / Eugene Randow and the Randow Trio. Gordon's Dogs. The Three Jansleys. ' Horse Racing—2:18 trot, added money $250.00; 2:18 pace, $250 added money; half mile run, $25. Baseball—Fenton vs. West Bend. Music—Concerts afternoon and evening by Algona Military Band. Evening Program. The Nine Allisons, Eugene Eandow and the Randow Trio, Gordon's Dogs, The Three Jans- leys, Band Concert and Fireworks. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. Floral hall and exhibits open at nine a. m, Afternoon Program. The Nine Allisons, Eugene Randow and the Randow Trio, Gordon's Dogs, The Three H^orse^acing—2:14 trot, added money $250; 2:24 pace, added money $250; 4% furlong run $75 Baseball—Bancroft vs. Buffalo Center, Music—Concerts afternoon and evening by Algona Military Band. , Evening Program. The Three: Jansley, Gordonte.' Dogs, Eugene Randow and the Randow Trio, Nine AUisons, and Fireworks. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Exhibits open at nine o'clock a. m. Afternoon Program. The Three Jansleys, Gordon's Dogs, Eugene Randow and the RandoW Trio, The Nine Allisons. Horse Racing—2:24 trot, added money, $250; 2:14 pace, added money $250; 5 furlong run $75. Baseball—Titonka vs. Ledyard. Music—Concerts by Algona Military Band, afternoon and evening. > f a , * » ^ * ' v " Evening Program. i! ' > * Same 1 as Wednesday* evening. VVWWVWI Free Attractions THE NINE ALLISONS are a group of European performers who have been showing in America but a short time with one of the best- acts in the country. A feature. EUGENE RANDOW AND THE RANDOW TRIO. The funniest clown act you ever saw. You'll laugh until you cry. Stunts and acts to beat a circus. THE THREE JANSLEYS—OTIC of the most spectacular aerial acts ever to be presented. 3j GORDON'S DOGS—Fifteen thoroughly trained canines compose the actors in Gordon's troupe. BASEBALL—There wffl b<^som£j|ast baseball, by teams that know the'game and can ' Jockey day with running rrices. The Big Wedding directed by Ernie Young Four-H club day. and Stock Parade. The climax day of the greatest'/Kossuth County Fair ever Scheduled. Special demonstrations and attractions in the Four-H club building all day. Afternoon Program. The Nine Allisons, The Three Jansleys, Eugene Randow and the Randow Trio, Gordon's Dogs. Horse Racing—5 furlong run $75; 6 furlong run $75; 4 furlong run $50; 1 mile run $125. Consolation. Baseball—Corwith vs. Algona. Music by Algona Military Band. Stock Parade—Prize winners in all 'classes will march in a grand parade which will be one of the prize fair attractions for all farmers and admirers of livestock. Evening Program. All the features of the previous evenings climaxed with Ernie Young's spectacular public wedding, The most elaborate beautiful wedding ever held in the county. Special music. A bride and groom of the community to be married by an Algona minister. You'll never forget this big day. Be sure to come or you'll regret it the rest of your life. . HORSE RACING—$^675 for-? horse ; race purses. * '"' K __ FIREWORKS—The most lavish, sensational display ever shown here,, featuring mmibers that fill the skies with myriads of gorgeously colored stars, a never to be forgotten scene. THE BIG WEDDING—Friday evening is a knockout performance of the free attractions. Beautiful bridesmaids in an array of elaborate gowns, special music, a wedding that you will never forget. A bride and groom of this community wDl be married by one of the local ministers in one of the most elaborate ceremonies ever witnessed in Algona. ~~ LIVESTOCK. Livestock exhibits will this year be up to their usual high class, and the Four-H club will have more than usual on display. The Floral Hall will be crowded with exhibits of horticultural products, canned goods, fancy work, school work and other costunmry displays. The biggest Midway of any year in the history of the Kossuth County Fair, New shows and rides. Fun for the kids and for the grownups. jiiV/llVVVbWtfWWW^^ SEPTEMBER 1, *,3, 4 and 5 : u Bowery Dance afternoon^and.Ievening with Cliff Mancly and his Maiigo^Bapd furnishing the music. '" "^ ' Admission—Afternoon, 50c; evening 25e, children under 15 free on Tuesday. '*•'• Bring the whole family. It's the biggest show you'll ever find for the price. Plenty of stands on the grounds to take care of those hungry appetites, or bring your lunch and picnic. It's One of the Greatest County Fairs in the World O, 0. Olddlngs has a new Ford BO* dan which be purchased recently. Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Bpettcher spent the weTen4 »t »»«« on a «W»-Ing trip. Mrs. Anna Kriethe is Improving at this writing. Mrs. Chafe of Algona is now assisting in caring for her Mrs. H. A. Manus and Mrs. Lil'lan geigler spent the week end at the Oeorge Manus home at Nprthwpod. Miss HaWe Word* is enjoying a week's vacation as telephone operator here and is. visiting with friends at Partn. nound baby gw*i SanTK^tler OR Mr. and Mrs, Everett Panr&u^; moved haete 0 Bwt Mon4ay after work for several near and Wtre, Fred Rtagsdorf i?f»_^,,-j Minneapolis after spending a week at e Ora Qllem home. A number of little girls enjoyed a party at the home of Mary Ann Smith Thursday afternoon in honor of Nancy Smith of Jefferson. Mr, and Mrs. William Ringsdorf and son arrived home Saturday from a trip to the Pack HiUs. Harry MoElroy dl4 chords while they we're away. M.r, and Mrs. Tom Trenary and three children, and W. H, Smith and daiighr Her, .Olive, were guests 8,w4ay at the Fred taabs, hogta near takpta, Mrs, J. a. Gtepaadaie and, .dj^gU* ter, $&$&, wtou p, JU Sratt aa* JftVfeiwaM ]to Ited here with Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Polhemus, the past I week, Cm Us Holding of Algona will take the place of V. B. Sellers here as the Standard OU Company agent. The Holding family will move to Burt this week. The Fortnightly club gave a party Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs, V. E. Sellers, who will soon leave lor Qs&ge, where they will make their home, Mis. TUHe Dexter went to Cedar Palls test wejfc to attend the graduation exercises of her daughter, Mtas Wfe9,recebf9(| a, bapheler of wts were guests at the j. T, Graham home near Algona Sunday. Saturday Mrs. 0. S. Coffin, Sr., celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday. She went to Algona where sh*) spent the day with her daughters, Mrs. Harry McMurray and Mrs. W. K. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith drove to Jefferson Sunday, where they visited the Dick Smith family. Nancy Smith returned home with them after spending a week here at the Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hodgson were guests at the L. D. Hodgson hon>e on Thursday of last week. They have been spending the summer at Okobo^l and were enroute to their home in California. The American Region and Legion Auxiliary $ft y e » farewell party on Monday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. v. E. Sellers, who are leaving Burt. MT- Sellers will go into bus! a$s with LeRoy MoWhorter at Os age; The Sellers famUy has many f&nda here who regret very much to see them leave, but wish them success in their new home. • LEDYABD NEWS. Mr. Davis of Livermore was transacting business here last Thursday. Miss Mildred Vaughan was a caller at Bstherville Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Garry and children were callers at Estherville Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson were visiting with relatives at Algona on Sunday. children left Sunday to spend several proud parents of a baby boy born on August X9th. Mr. and Mrs. &. j, Worden and son were calling on relatives at Algona Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. Sam Welfare of East Chain. Minnesota, spent Sunday here visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Engelby attended the Diamond Jubilee at Forest City Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. James Hilferty spent several days at the state fair and visiting with relatives in Des Molnea the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and baby of Clarksville spent Sunday here visiting with Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engelby spont Sunday afternoon at the Ralph Campbell home near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children left Sunday ot spend several days visiting with relatives at Roland and to attend the state fair at Deo Molftes. Mrs. George Lofl of Winnebago was here Friday by the serious ill- of her sister, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, At this time Mrs. Carpenter is slowly gaining strength.

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