Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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Monday, December 4, 1933
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA T HIS IS THE former Grace Evelyn Walker, near Whittemore, who was married Thursday, November 9, at the Good Hope parsonage to Cecil 'Bjustrom, also near Whittemore. The cut was lent by the Des Mpines 'Register, which used it in its issue ot Sunday, November 19, but got badly mixed up on identities—not the fault of the local correspondent—and credited it to the former Henrietta Klein, of Wesley, who was married next day to Arthur Cink, Algona. ijOCALS Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, who has for some weeks been abed with an intestinal ailment, is improving and is expected to bo about again soon. Succeeding Carl Sor.stedt, Tom 'Ryan is again night clerk at the . Algona hotel, following an absence of four years during which he was in the Whittemore ^neighborhood. Or. J. O. .F. Price, government veterinarian here, and Mrs. Price left Tuesday to attend the international livestock exposition at Chicago. They go almost every year. The E. J. Nevilles spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Neville's parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. H. Lewis, Spencer, and the children, remained with the grandparents till Sunday, when their parents returned to Spencer and brought them home. Mrs. Helen Daughan, Britt, is spending a few weeks at her son W. T. Daughan's. She now has another child in the county, Mrs. John Uhlenhake,- wife of the new cashier of the Whittemore Farmers Savings bank. For many years the elder Mrs. Daughan and her late husband farmed near Britt. William Green Jr., who is serving his second month in a C. C. C. camp at Dolliver Park, Fort Dodge, . came Wednesday to spend Thanks-1; giving with his parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. William E. Greene, of the -•Doan-neighborhood, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds, Algona. The camp is cleaning up the park and building a new road, and William is pleased with the work,and the accommodations. Suede Leather Jacket Roosevelt (Continued from page 4) I was interested in, thinking o£ her five tall children—Anna (Mrs. Curtis Ball), and four boys, Jarnes, Elliott, John and Franklin D., Jr. "I have the theory that children should learn to like many things." she replied earnestly. "I was taught to eat everything set before me, and also all that I took on rny plate, which is sort of hard some times," she laughed, "but a good discipliner. And I always; pounded that into my children too." "It's wise to change your children's diet frequently so they learn •to like everything. 1 think it's a .great mistake to accustom children to too fine food." Roosevelt Favorite Foods. "What are some of your family's favorite foods?" my curiosity prompted mo. "Well were very fond of kegeree an English dish made of fiali and rice. , . , Yes Mrs. Nesbltt can give you the recipe. My cooUbook must be with hers down in her office." "As a rule, my family is very fond of plain foods," my hostess continued in her clear, well modulated voice, "partly because we have always been accustomed to them. We like plain roasts and a salad and cheese for dessert." Waste No Food. Then we fell to talking of home- raised foods, and my hostess, with all the sincerity and animation she possesses, said: "I feel very strongly that at this time no matter how rich a person i», we have no right to waste food. Wo should buy it as inexpensively as possible but also as nourishing as .we .'can get, it, and of course, homegrown. "My whole idea in our family has a'lways been to have simple food but what Js good. I always have stressed, 'healthful foods." • Believes in ^Vhole Wheat. I mentioned something about a wholewheat cracker recipe I had heard was tried out at the White House. "Oh, I'm a great believer in whole- wheat bread," she cried enthusiastically, " and not too fine a diet, partly because I grew up In the country I guess. "I am very fond of oldtashioned corn bread, corn-meal mush, and whole-wheat foods. When I was abroad I loved the peasant's black bread especially with cheese." : The President's Favorites. Of course, I was dying to know ''/'what are our President's favorite dishes. "We have a 'minute pudding which my husband is very fond of, she replied.- "It's like a creamy ce real and is eaten with hot molasses He Js fond of anything chocolate Put he doesn't eat very manj sweets." . f That was all, nothing more At tor all, simple tastes demand »« le Celebrated as a hostess Mrs Roosevelt dispenses hospitality i wholesale quantities. As an informal friendly kind of hostess who sa>j> "Oh, do come in and eat scramble eggs with us," she always has plent of delightful people at her parties, Her spontaneous invitations are- a „ ways accepted because folks know -they'll have a good time and became they feel they won't ba l> utu »their Distinguished hostess to a lot of trouble- le food in the to 18 far sweeter than eaten aione, evidently to tne 9U r , interesting "Yes, there is a San-* ta"—that's what any young lady will say when you give her one of these glove leather suede jackets for Christmas. $6.95 and more Spirit of Christmas is again upon us. Wouldn't it be fine to keep that spirit with us the year 'round? Well, we can try, and by ; starting with this opportunity yo a can make a real beginning. There is no appreciation more satisfying and lasting than that of a person who is well pleased with a gift. Their beaming thanks with all its sincerity makes any expen diture well worth while. A gift for young or old, modern or old-fashioned. You'll find it atGoed- ers, Give Kid Gloves "Happy Hands" when she receives a pair of these lovely kid gloves. A gift that always pleases. She'll appreciate them for a long time. and more NEW SMOCKS And she'll be happy in one of the new smocks. They fill a place—and are they good looking? C1 CC and V I «Q*I more LACE CLOTHS "I've always wanted one" and here is the chance to make her say it. 72x90 size. and more $2.75 Kfi «WU Silk Scarf Gifts WOOL ROBES "Oh how lovely", says milady when you give her one Df these tailored wool robes —all colors. and more Gay Silk scarfs that will cheer up any woman or miss are here in a wide choice. The newest shapes and colorings. Theyl'l please. and more $1.00 Hand Bag Gift "And wasn't Santa good to me" coming from my lady when she receives a smart new hand bag from our collection of smart bags. and more $1.00 Give Neckwear "Just what I wanted" says milady about the neckwear gift when selected from among the new . ones which have just arrived. and more 59c Sale Give Silk Lingerie A most pleasing and acceptable gift. Gowns, pajamas, step- in suits, dancettes — they're here in all silk or rayon, and what a complete selection. and 89c more Knit Silk Mufflers "For him or her" give a smart new knit silk or wool muffler. They're the last word in. scarf styles, and no i' end of good looks and wear. $1.25 and more Twin Sweater Sets j 1 I 'i 1 Oh! just what I want" she'll say when Santa delivers one of these smart new twin sets of two smart new sweaters that match. and more $2.95 Give Silk Hose A most acceptable and useful gift—silk hose. Such lovely sheer ones or some that will give long wear. All the new colors and all sizes. 79c and more Smart Fabric Gloves Plaid cuffs, novelty patterns, or plain colors, they're all repre- fy sented here to choose from. Sure to keep hands warm, with plenty of style. 59c and more Chinese Grass Linens A lovely table in the newest style, and will she like it! $2.75 per set Child's Jersey Dresses A Rift for Sister. She'll be all dressed up in one of these, 2 to 14 years. $1.25 and more Child's Snow Suits Your Great Opportunity Holiday Apparel Sale •# Charming New Ked cheek boys and B™* «« warm in these all wool suits. $3.95 and more Men's Linen Hanks He'll like Hankies with hand rolled hems and contrast panel corners. 5 for $1 Rayon Bed Spreads She'll brighten up that bedroom with one of these beautiful bed spreads. $1.95 and more Shoulder Shawl* They're stylish and comfy - and such lovely ility. A *«* that's useful. $2.95 and more DRESSES Not only beautiful daytime dresses suitable for street, business or school wear, but a large variety of dressy types and evening frocks. Every fabric is fine, the workmanship Is flawless. What an opportunity to dress well. Value to $15 Value to $20 Value to $10 NOW *Luxurious New Coats Lery smart coat fashion is represented in this important sale. Every style is a success— every coat is an example of high Duality— lavish furs adorn them. You're sure to find the style you want. Value to $20 Value to $30 Value to $40 "-$11.95 sow $23.95 "- $31.95 Fine Rayon Pajamas She'll like these newer styles and gay •__ colorings—fine quality and fine fit. — $1.50 and more Boys' Jersey Suits What a boy! When you give him a smart all wool jersey suit. $1.95 and more Lounging Pajamas They're the newest and smartly styled one <er two-piece knit terry ribs. $2.95 and more Kid House Slippers "Good morning", says she, in these fine covered heel—smart looking kid slippers. $1.95 and more Smart New Shoes Just try it—a pair of the smartest new slippers or ties. Yes, Santa was here. & Pi t ',(V \n v !k P j- r j< I* *"»S "Uji 1 I] $2.95 and more Silk House Slippers Happy i We?ll say she is, when Santa leaves a pair of these smart new $1,25 and more

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