Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1934 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 5, 1934
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IHIIIIIIINII '^.^ ,^ ^ , ^ Edition ALGONA, IOWA, FEBRUARY 5, 1934 2 Pages Number 2O IISS LOONEY COMING BACK TORI DAYS lore Than 50 Prizes To Be Given Away Every Day. The Advance will open Its Lrth annual cooking school Jn the. Bryant schpol auditorium this afternoon at 2 and a three-day demonstration of the latest methods in ooking will be conducted by lisa Gladys Looney, who was jlsq demonstrator for las year's schpol. ... . fc In connection with the school this year there will be i real home fair, including .jibdel rooms exhibited by Al- Igona's two furniture stores Model Rooms Planned. The Foster store will diupla; •a living room and, a, mode Idniing room, the latter with Itable set with silverware and glass Iware furnished by the Borchard I Jewelry store on linens from Chris Ichilles & Herbst's. I The Ricfoardson furniture store (will exhibit a model kitchen am I bedroom featuring lines {handled b Ithe store. '• i " i I In addition to the furniture, Jew- |«lry, and linen displays there will I be other displays by the Pratt elec-. I trio company, the City of Algona, IBjustrom's Skelgas, Maytag, and I Philco shop, tine Kohlaaas ft I Spilles and Nelson hardware stores, I the K. D. James, Borchardt, Lusby, i and Sorensen drug stores, .the Christensen Bros,, Chrischilles & I Herbst, and Goeders company dry- I goods stores, and other Algona bus- 1 iness houses. . Frizes to be Giren. . •At the close of every day's ee«- I eions prizes offered by national houses cooperating- will be given away. There will be nothing to pay, no I obligation whatever. The school •will be tree. Nobody will be asked to buy anything. All products exhibited will be represented' truthfully. Each afternoon there will be an opportunity for women attending the school to ask questions about | cooking. Hiss Looney Returning. Miss Looney is one of tine high est-rated cooking school demon' strators in the middle west Bh* OOL OPENS AT 2 TODAY To Conduct Sessions D, H, GOEDERS STRICKEN BY THIS IS MISS GLADYS LOONEY, who will conduct the Advance's fourth annual free cooking school at the Bryant school building this afternoon, tomorrow afternoon and Wednesday afternoon. The school opens each day at 2 o'clock, and it is advisable to come early to secure the front seats. More than 50 prizes will be given daily. In addition to the school the Bryant auditorium on the second floor, where the sessions will be held, is lined with booths of interest to women. These alone are worth an hour's inspection before or after the school. conducted a similar school for the Advance here last March, following a most successful season with the Iowa Newspapers Inc., of which the Advance is a member. This ia her second year at conducting schools for this state-wide association .of'weekly newspapers. The schedule runs from last September till 'April, with two schools each yreek. '-• .;• .Following the close of last year's series 'for Iowa Newspapers Inc. Miss Looney conducted a Des Moines Register & Tribune school at bhe Shrine auditorium, and part of her lectures were broadcast. Her radio talks were heard by many Algonians. Late Yesterday Afternoon. vho suffered several he >f the stomadh early norning was reported ai ry yesterday afternoon, lot had a hemorrhage since iaturday, but his conditi [escribed as critical. Mr. Goeders had been good health Friday, and d a basketball game tt l& t planned to leave 'Si Chicago on a spring buy his store. The first hemorrhage a. m. Satuday, and he eight more before 6 a. m. ears ago. He i Kossuth hospital. Kohlhaas Garage Shows 1934 Coach Kohlhaas Bros, yesterday received one of the long and anxiously awaited 1934 Chevrolets. This one is a coach, and it was delivered by truck. The car has been sold, but will be kept on display at the Kohlhaas garage till Saturday. It is expected that in another two weeks regular deliveries will be made. Some features of the new cars are described in a large advertisement in today's Advance. LU VERNE COMMUNITY CLUB PROGRAM GIVEN u Verne, Jan. 30-^A. Community club meeting was held Monday evening at the city hall, 80 attend- nig, President Ed H. Dehnent presiding, and it was decided to make the dues 2Bc a year, witli a fee at each meeting for refreshments. The program was opened . with community singing led by -Lyle Engel and Arthur Dimler, accompanied by J. L. Eustace at the piano and De (Ra.e Godfrey and Forrest Raney, viojjns^ Accordion, violin, and guitar music, with vocal, numbers, was given by a Mr. Fowler, a Mr. Johnson, near Hardy, and the latter's 11-year-old son. Mr. Fowler also did some clog-dancing. Herman Vaudt and Arthur Hanselman gave a program of banjo and harmonica selections, after which lunch was served. The next meeting will be held late in (February, with the Rev. Wittenburg as program chairman. RS BY AH CO AutN rivbu p • Serious dav ^•ftVb T • tl. Goeders, emorrhages Saturday s eatisfact- He had nee 6 a., in. on was still feeling in nad attend- lat evening. atliTclnv f AT* tljUl UcLj 1.U* ing trip for occurred at lie suffered a. It is be- jy ulcers of h Mr. Goe- numtoer of tient at the UNITY HELEN HUSKAMP, OF FENTONJS A BRIDE Fen/ton, Jan. 30— A quiet home wedding took place ait Mr. and Mrs. Hertman Huskamp's Sunlday Jlart-i uary 22, at 2 p. m. when the daughter Helen became the bride of Clarence Arbogast. A single ring ceremony was read by the Rev. J. T. S tinder. The bride's attendant was Nertitle Welsbrod, and Homer Huskamp, her brother, was b&sit man 1 . The new Mrs. Arbogast is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hus- temp, prominent farmers near Fenton. She was graduated from the Feniton high school, and loiter attend ed the Staite Teadher college, since which she has been a successful teacher in schools near Fenton. The bridegroom, who is a son of Mrs. Mrytle Doty, St. Paul, has been employed 'at Walter Wegener's, near Fenton, for the last eight years. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served to 51 guests. Out of town guests Included Mrs. Doty; Ira Belden, St. Paul, Ms son Robert; Mr. and Mrs, Edward Arbogast, Grove City, sons Lester and LeRoy; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bligh- ten, Valley Junction; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bllghten, Emtoetsburg, daughter Thelma; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fredericks and Walter Bam- hardit, also Emmatsburg. County Printing Fight at Garner TEN DAYS LEEWAY TO BUY LICENSES The fire department was called to the Merle Wellendorf house on east North street last Thursday to extinguish a small roof fire, which was probably started iby sparks from the chimney. The blaze was put out quickly with little damage io the roof. The house is the second one west of the Catholic church, which is in the same block. At present the Martin Jensens live there. Mr. Jensen is auditor for lumberyards in nearby towns, but his company has no yard here. The Wellendorfs had furniture At the Cooking School L earn How to SA VE and Serve Tastier Meals Good food is always a bargain. These famous brands S TRONG-HEART x-t-DA r • 'UIOM41 WQ«» MOM TNI COOKiN* ICHOOl OJMCTOI 'Bwg»lM ^ fcc^, "f i IN*, " t>n> V ONV* FOOD PRODUCTS have never left the 9UALITY STANDARD first established for them over 60 years ago. That's why they hold the confidence of so many thousands of Iowa housewives. Three generations have depended upon STRQNGHEART, OPAL and IOWA MAID always to be "The Best of Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality. MISS LOONEY, a cooking school expert, prefers them to all others — and so will you. Over 2,000 home owned stores throughout the state feature these famous, reliable brands. Ask for-them by name at any of the following grocers; »ve tnpney, and get better, tastier foods at the same time. if Co M Algona, Iowa Bancroft Don't Miss the Free Cooking School --- Three Hancock county papers have been engaged in a bitter contest for appointment as official newspapers. One is the Garner Leader, another is the Garner Herald, published by Frank Clark and his son Harold, and the third is the Britt News-Tribune. The Leader and the News-Tribune have been official papers, and the Herald, a new paper, is a contestant for the first time. Former Governor Hammill is attorney for the Clarks, and I. C. Hastings, former associate of Judge Quarton, represents the Leader. It was expected that the board of supervisors would make .selection yesterday, but the fight may go to the district and supreme courts. stored in the attic but it was unharmed. This fire call was the first in nearly two months, tihe last preceding blaze having been at the Clarence Shilts house on south Wooster November 28, the last day of the open pheasant season. Sunday afternoon, with the temperature five degrees below zero, the firemen were called out again. At the C. W. Morck (house on south Minnesota, across from the Platt suburban grocery, a hot furnace lire necessary because of the strong winds and the cold had produced sparks which caught in the roof. The blaze was well started when the firemen arrived, and smoke rolled from the roof, but it was extinguished without much difficulty. In spite of the cold the street was crowded with cars which followed t!he fire trucks. This house is owned by the American Trust & Savings bank Dubuque. Bacaar, Supper, Dance. St. Michael's parish, "Wihittemore, bazaar, with ._ . dance next Wednesday evening/ George Carmody's orchestra will play for the dance. announces a public games, supper, and Don't Miss the Free Cooking School Roosevelt Club to Be Organized Here at County Banquel Formation of a 'Roosevelt clul in Koesuth has been planned by a group of Algona democrats, and a banquet will be served February IS or 20 at the new high school gym nasium. Tickets will toe 75c. An< an attendance of several hundrec persons is anticipated. The plan has no connection with the Presi dent's birthday party idea. Mem bership in the club will be open t everyone, and political affiliation will be waived, republicans as wel as democrats being received. Committes for general arrangements are Chairman Luke Linnan vice-chairman, Ida E. Larson; ar rangement committee, "William Me Donald, E. J. Butler, E. J. MoEvoy Casey Loss, Maurice McMahon, M J. Duffy; banquet, E. J. Butler Maurice McMahon; tickets, M. J Duffy, Casey Loss. ' v Will Cooking School It !• Being Conducted For Tour Benefit Miss Gladys Looney will give you valuaole information on home economics and the products she uses in her work* Be sure and notice her demonstrations using the economical and efficient BAKING POWDER 25 Ounces for 25« SAME PRICE TODAY as 42 Years Ago The demonstrator will show you how in using this double* tested'—double-action baking powder you get Fine Textwre and Large Volume in your bak- ings—why K C is economical and efficient, requiring only one level teaspoonful to a cup of flour. It is not necessary to pay high prices for baking powder to get best results After seeing the demonstrations use KG in the same way in your own home* Give it the oven test and judge by results* ""** ' ' r: ~'- '" Selected (or Demonstration! at the Kossuth County Advance II COOKING SCHOOL SALAD* TEA Largest sale of any package tea in North'America DON'T MISS SEEING the many ways to cook and serve Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham at the Cooking School next week. TRYING Armour's Fixed F1*« yor Star Ham in yovjt own home. It K«jj flavor and juicy to»* derness that can't IN? described. ARMOUR'S FIXED FLAVOR STAR HAM V' Dealers everywhere have Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham. Whether you cook a slice, a butt, OP a whole ham, you will be rewarded by goodness such as you never tasted before. The only ham with Fixed flavor. Armour and Company, Chicago. , DON'T FAIL TO LEARN about the matchless uniform goodness of Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Bacon at the Advance Cooking {School this week:. TO ENJOY Armour's Fixed FU- yor Star Bacon—by itself, or with eggs, griddle cakes or waffles in your own home. ARMOUR'S FIXED FLAVOR STAR BACON Your dealer ha» Armour's Fixed Flavor IStor QtcoA sliced ip h*lf .pquftd CeUojtwue r<»U*, Buy some today aud see fpr you**!! tow goo4iti§.

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