KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCES. ALQONA. IOWA PAQBTHMI €<mtrfa announces its FOURTH ANNUAL HOME FAIR AND FREE Conducted by Miss Gladys Looney S ' hool11is1fortunatc «Us year in again being able to secure Miss Gladys T, " 77 C ° 0l r ng SCh °° lcx ^ t - »» *»"» demonstrated at tie «wlr * • * ye * F ' She iS aculina T ex P« r t «* a demonstrator able and Ailing to give instruction. Miss Looney is rated as one of the best and both to^ ' ? '""I h T ^^ C ° ndUCtiUff SCL °° 1S durin * the seas o» «™ *£ to April, two schools a week. ff ^^^if - he C i° 8e . 0f the SCh °° 1S last year Miss Loone y conducted a school ' ?, CS T S ^ SiSter and Tribune "^ ** talks were broadcast over the radio. Thousands of women attended these schools last year, and reports received concerning her work were exceptionally enthusiastic in praise. She will needlTo introduction to the 800 Kossuth county women who heard her last yean Cooking schools are a business with Miss Looney, and she spends all her time when not working at study or in attendance at other cooking schools, and is po™ fanciiul dishes requiring an expert of experts to prepare. 50 Prizes Awarded Daily At least 50 women attending each session of the three day school will receive a prize. Samples coupon, of value, and other advantages will be offered to attendants, many of which can be secur' ed only at the sessions of the cooking school. The list of prizes had mounted to 75 at the first of the rnTer thetchooT "* eXP6Cted tO ^^ thU week ' end - Be 8Ure to ask for your program when you No Charges No Obligation There i. no charge and no obligation. This school is absolutely free and is made available to you by the Kostuth County Advance through its association with Iowa Newspapers Inc., a statewide association of the better newspapers of Iowa. Assisting in making it possible are Algona Grocery stores whose advertisement, you see in this week's Advance: The Algona Dry Goods, Furniture, wug, and Home Furnishing store.. National firm, cooperating are Armour & Co., the K. C Baking Powder Co,, the Salada Tea Company, Tone Bro«. Coffee and Spice., the Morton Salt Co., the aicelga.Co fr Uie General Electric Co., the We.tinghou.e Electric Co., Monarch Electric Stove Co Goods Hewitt & Son » Co " D <* Moines, featuring Strongheart, Opal and Iowa Maid Canned An interesting feature of this year', school will be the many booths and displays of home furnish- jng« Placed on display by the stores listed on this page. This is an enlargement of the "home fair" idea started a year ago. Sponsored and Conducted — — - - by the - - Count i] The Kossuth County Newspaper HOME FAIR BOOTHS Model Bedroom Displayed by Richardson's Model Living Room Displayed by Foster's >'V -AT THE BRYANT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 5, 6 7 Model Dining^oom Displayed by Foster'., Borchardt'., and ChrischiUes & Herbtt. __ Model Kitchen Displayed by Richardson's, Bjustrom's Pratt Electric Co, Borchardt's Wehier's Also Booth, of Interest to Women by The Gfpeders Co, James Brownell Shoe Co. & He Bros* 's Hardware •'l*~T*nU-.
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