Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1934 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 5, 1934
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KOSStf TH COUNTY APVAKCB. AIAO] DOLIARS LOST E T us show you how a General Electric refrigerator in your kitchen will save you dollars every week on food costs and other household expenses. Let us prove the wisdom of buying your G-E today instead of waiting until spring or summer when prices may be higher. The greater convenience, dependable trouble-free performance and rigid operating economy of the General Electric make it an unmatched value in electric refrigerators—a lifetime investment that will serve you faithfully for years to come. Come in today and see our complete line of G-E Monitor Top and Flat Top refrigerators. Find out how you can save money by buying now. Sizes and models for every home and budget. Small down payment, easiest terms. GENERAL ^ELECTRIC Gleaming white beauty, modern styling, faster freezing, lowest current consumption, sturdy all- steel cabinet —you get them all in the G-E refrigerator. Pratt Electric Company SEE THE HOME FAIR BOOTHS At the Cooking School D IHIS week, at the cooking school, the demonstrator will reveal many helpful hints on how to make better coffee. She will ehow you how, by following certain simple rules, you can make coffee that will win praise from your friends and family. The demonstrator will also give you much in. teresting information about Tone's Old Golden Coffee and Coffee House Coffee. She will explain to you fully why these are such good coffees, yihy they have so much flavor and aroma, why they give you so much value for your money. She will also tell you about the coupons you find in Tone's Old Golden Coffee or Coffee House Coffee. These coupons enable you to get beautiful guaranteed silverware absolutely free. Dickinson Scrutinized as White Home Possibility [Plain Talk, Des Moines.] The /reports coming put of Washington recently fr6m the pens of those special correspondents who undertake to discover and to analyze the intentions of puhlic officers, including senators and Congressmen, are more or less filled with rumors as to the activities; displayed by Iowa's Senator Dickinson in opposition to the recovery program of President Roosevelt and the democratic party. One report has it that Senator Dickinson has now come to the conclusion tiliat he is the logical candidate for the republican nomination for the presidency in 193G, and his efforts are solely filled these days with determination of emphasizing that logic. The report \yitl be viewed with great interest in Iowa for several reasons. One reason will be the credit that will come to the state to .have one of its citizens considered as presidential tinvber. And another will be the no less interesting fact that, if th_e party does nominate Senator Dickinson for the presidency, a clear field will be opened for a number of other Iowa republicans to try out their wings in soaring flights to the senatorial perch now occupied by the senator. The 1936 political campaign will bring about a candidacy in Iowa for a successor to Dickinson, as well as tlhe candidacy of his party for the presidency. Certain it is that the senator cannot at one and the same time be in the field for both offices. It would be one of the strangest of the strange freaks of politics if, in Iowa, those republicans who want to kick (Dickinson out of a second term in the senate were to find they had kicked Mm upstairs into the white house. NEW BOOKS At the Library uunew ia ringing again CYCI* night for ail Algona children under 16 years old. The '«ity council so decided at a regular meeting ft week S OME 800 .WOMEN who attended the Advance's cooking school last year will recognize thia picture of Miss Gladys 'Looney, who will return next week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday to conduct the Advance's fourth annual cooking school. Sessions will begin promptly at 1:45 each day. • Gade Babe Christened. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade was .baptized Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church and received the names Helen (Louise. Otto flell and Mrs. Emma Reisner, both ot Lotts Creek, were sponsors. Curfew Or<lin*fic« Will Be Enforced **,, *hu«d»y, kir^l nhd ItiilU MArltoar fftl AlStyne hate ij^ert glferi ofdeis to enforce an old city otdiriaJiW and Me that children under 1« are taken ihome if found on the streets unaccompanied after 9:36 p» in. WfcttJi the whistle -was Bounded the, first half the town td se<r;w!i*rfe the fire was. School Demonstrator Will Use MANDALAY FLOUR Made by International Milling Co., of Minneapolis. Three Free Deliveries every day ! -f'-vli Deliveries— Two in morning, one in afternoon. We feature Richleau and Baby Stuart Groceries in General Tlhe Shape of Things to Come, by H. G. Wells, is, according- to the author, .a "speculative spree." It is a thrilling forecast of the next 150 years by a master O f Imaginative writing. The library recently added this book to ilts shelves. A book of sermons and radio addresses entitled The Hope of the World of Christianity at Home in C'haos, by Harry Emerson Fosdlck, ig another new book. There are 25 sermons on Christianity today by a celebrated preacher. Within This Present, a book by Margaret Ayer Barnes, is a rich novel of the years of 1914 to OJ933 which presents the fortunes of two generations of a Chicago family during and after the Great War and In the Great Depression. A book by Egon V. Ullman M. entitled "Diet In Sinus Infection and Colds" gives the first systema tic attempt to apply modern know ledge of nutrition to'individuals wh suffer from repeated colds and slnu diseases. Loyd C. Douglas's late book, Pre> clous Jeopardy, .has been designate by him as "a mere skeleton." On the other hand, Anthony Adverse by Hervey Allen, is a skeleton wel filled in, since it contains 1200 pag es. There Is a long waiting' list fo this book, and anyone wishing 1 t read it had better get the name on the list. Tone'* Old Golden it an expert blend of the uorld't finest cof- feet, always roatter- freth tn it$ high vacuum container. Coffee Haute Coffee, another excellent coffee, offert economy at well at quality. It t« aluayt roatter- freth In It* high vacuum container. City Has Purchased Accounting Machin An expert was expected yester day by the city to demonstrate new Burroughs accounting ma chine bought some time ago. Th machine is a combination of addini machine and typewriter, with fea tures enabling it to do many kind of accounting. It was especiall designed for Algona. An exper put it together last week, and th demonstrator will help adjust new accounting system to the ma chine. SONG OF THE PIONEERS By Badger Clark. A broken wagon wheel that rot away beside the river— A sunken grave that dimples on •the bluff above the trail; The larks call, the wind sweeps the prairie grasses quiver, And sing a wistful roving song o hoof and wheel and sail. Pioneers, pioneers, you trailed i on to glory, Across the circling deserts to th mountains blue and dim. New England was a night camp Old England was a story. The new home, the true home la out beyond tlhe rim. You fretted at the old hearth, th kettle and the cricket; The father's little acres,- th wood lot and the pond. Ay, better storm and famine an the arrow from the thicke Along tihe trail to wider land •that glimmered out beyond. Pioneers, pioneers, the quicksand where you wallowed. The rocky hills and thirsty plain —they hardly won your hea You snatched the thorny dhano broke the trail that other followed (For sheer joy, for dear Joy marching in the lead. Your wagon track is laid with steel; your tired dust sleeping; Your spirit stalks the valley where a restive nation teem Your soul has never left them L their sowing and their reap ing; * The children of the outward trai their eyes are full of dream Pioneers, pioneers, your childre will not reckon The dangers on the dusky way no man has ever gone, look beyond the sunset wher •m- t v the u' better countries beckon With the old faith, with bol faith to find a wilder dawn " For 00 year*, careful home-maker. In low. have depended upon 1W. Spice, and HavorU,, Extract, to make <w d Odng u*e better. Bedde.. they ,TfartC Don't Miss the Free Cooking School MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESD'Y Free Cooking ••••-• '.••. . •.. . . •«•£• at the Bryant School Auditorium ., Tues., Wed., Feb. 5-6-7 How to ENJOY Cooking How to plan meols-to prepare new dishes Learn about SKELGAS and how to save hours in the We invite you to be our guests at Advance Cooking School . L We want you and all o! your friend* to come and learn to enjoy cooking. Whether or not you are interested in Skelgas, you ARE interested in menus, meal planning, new dishes and way* to save steps and minutes in the kitcheri. ' But every woman is glad fo learn more about Skelgas, too. Every woman wants to •ee and know about tht labor-saving, Jime- •avmg th mg8 tha t 8he ^ uge ^ ^ d work. Every woman wants to know how, at Surprisingly low cost, she can hay., jrejd gas conveniences Ml feer horn*. ~ * You will see how easy cooking may be You will fearn why pots and Pans •crubbed nor BJUSTROM'S 213 East State Street Phone 520

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