Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 1
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Y *>"<* * ' , ' THIS BIG COOKING SCHOOL TOR SAVING fame 38 Nfimed Iowa's Beit Weekly Newspapnr 1933 by Stn-to University of IoWft-"Mfcinber JCasey'S All-American Newspaper Eleven, 1027 ALGONA, tOW A, TUESDAY EVENING,, APRIL 4, 1939 2Q Pages 160 Columns Number 29 OOKING SCHOOL OPENS TODAY anges in City Officials SHERIFF GETS AUTO DELINQUENT LIST i Named Chief J.D.LOWC Attorney; J \ <Jpuhty Treasurer Duffy recently gave Sheriff Lose a list of 1938 automobile, owners who have not renewed licenses for '1939,. and the sheriff 'will shortly begin rounding up the delinquents. > The month of grace at the.begin- ning of the year expired January 31, since ;which time the treasurer has been collecting a dollar a niPrith' penalty from late appll- The list of delinquents contains | quired to report the names of nearly a thousand persons, but some 20 per cent of them have since paid for their licenses. The rest are mainly automobiles and trailers of the late 1920's models, and it is believed that all but a hundred or so have been junked. In many cases cars are sold or reliccnsod out of the state, and no cants. Last year a total of 8808 entry is made in the local offices. isnges were made In the lal family by the new „„ Mlsbach, and the ,ncll, In the first session \ afternoon. Mayor Misbacn ,, J lnbyC.F,Specht,;re- layor, at 1:30 o'clock, and j oath of office' to the , including - the new L. S. Bohannon, who re- ff; A. White, ;. ' ••;'•• , Van Alstyne was, retired j : position as chief, pf pp; •become 1 effective yesterday, 1 retained as third man till J6th. At that date Tina O'- |Ionmerly.,oif Whittemore, |o a former' state highway , will become third man, Van Alstyne will retire j force. Scolds Police Chief. t Moulds, who has been on > for a couple of years oi icame chief yesterday, and Gtanis, who! was named death.of Prank .Greent I man on the force. i tames were placed in jton for city solicitor— 'J. , H. W. Miller, and J. D. j,were no applications r the post. After a discus•et ballot was taken, and ! was elected, which was i made unanimous, lotmcil immediately passed )tlon on behalf of the city ; Mr. Bonar for 40 years of |and earnest service to the position. Mr. Bonar appointed in 1897, and I continuously since tttat pth the exception of two Exchanged. ; the session Mayor the councilmen ex- Pledges of cooperation, [desire for harmony and Pose was the spirt of the in appointing, the ifflcers, which must also (oved by the council, had wlph Valentine, former of! third man, but in a vote m disapproved of him. I Mlsbach then substituted ten, changes were made. [json is city clerk, with assistant. C. U. city superintendent, skbrook Is street commis- ""1 Dr. J. N. Keneflck .is imlasloner. H. N. Kruse fra m as new park com»M George Dettman to take -care of the [P north of town, pwmittees Named. \ ". licenses Were Issued, and up to Thursday 8439 had Been issued so for/this year. 3000 KOSSUTH FARMS IN THE f AAA PROGRAM j;/, I J.I . i Present outlook for compliance with-the 1939 AAA program indicates that some $1,250,000 will be paid in benefits to some 3000 Kossuth "farmers. Benefit payments to date for' participation in the 1938 program total $708,000. Benefits were paid on practically all of 2462 farms measured. '•Some $40,000 was paid out In benefits for' participation in the 1937 program, and 2303 farms were, measured. '• *The relative increase in payments in 1938 is explained by Secretary Janvrin as due to the fact that last year almost all farmers did;; everything required by the ;overnmenl to get maximum pay- ments[''.ilri. 1937, .many farmers were satisfied; to take whatever they cbujd get. without changing their farming operations. With corn loans practically completed on April 1 the closing date, it is announced that 3318 loans were made on 3,431,260 bushels, The loan total was $1,945,633.12. The:-number of loans is more than four times the number last year,' arid the number of bushels sealed : more than five times the quantity .then sealed. Last year 500; loans were made on 750,000 bushels. .•••'•' It is understood that more cribs have been'sealed in Kossuth than In any other ^county in the United States. In such cases it would eliminate a lot of work if the names were published and the former owners re- such junking. t Many cars listed are 10 to 20 years old, if still 1 in.existence, but remain on the public records. Last week 11 new automobiles were sold, bringing the total for March to 69. Purchasers were: Wesley Bernhard, Ivan Long, J. H. Zanke, Stanley Keith, Burt; M.'H. Falkenhainer, Ralph A. Miedke, Nlta M. Isaacson, Kent 'Motor, Co., Algona; and Edward Hackbarth, Lone Rock, all Fords. W. D. Kucker, West Bend, bought a Plymouth, and -Carper Thilges, Bode, a Chevrolet. or Mlsbach follow; water plant— Maypr Kohl- wtt and Overmyer. awcott. _-..«,, Overmyer. /• - wmannon and Haw- and as and Over- 1 Hnenhold, Passed, atfer B and selling latter. few HERE'S LATEST IDEA ON TALL CORN IN IOWA Barber Shops Make Three-Way Changes The' last week has seen a shake- P v .in. local barber, shop circles. C. V H. Clement : has sold an interest in his shop under Gamble's 1 to Walter Ewy, who had been at the Furst shop, a year or two. This left out /Alyin,* Briggs, who has entered the' employ of Henry Bunkofske, whose shop is in the Heise blpckA,Orvillev McCormiek, Britt, Whj) Tia'd for,more than two years been at the Bunkofske shop, has taken Ewy's place .at Furst's. Mr. MoCorinlcH's, home )s at Britt, and he commutes back land forth two or three times a week. Fireman Injured at Moulds House Blaze i H. E. Stephenson, fireman In city employ, was a casualty at the Moulds: bla?e,Sunday : morning. A volunteer failed to put the extension ; ladder together right, and when: anottier fireman reached the top .the upper section slipped and caught one of Steptiensori's feet. Stephenson was'also on the ladder at the time. No bones were broken but Stephenson acquired a sore foot and was briefly a hospital patient. He is npvy getting about on crutches! • * j • Sealed Corn is to Have Reirispection Reinspectlon of all sealed corn in • the. county, will be maoje next 'veek, following an instructloi }nppectors tonight at 8 o'clock at the county AAA offl9e Thejg ar^e 14 .regular Jnsnectors appointed by the, county aseocia- tlpn^Tlje purpose of, the inspection js to check on the condition of the £prn sealed as collateral for com- mpdity V>ans, also tq see that the 93*iq$ >are VBUbataritial enough- to enough- keep the cprn free from damage. I J '"' ' ~ , A daughtejr 9* Mr. an.4 Mrs Grgenberg, he,re, took the par Irvington, Apr. 3 — Borne Itobison, 62, who when young used to win first at county, fairs for his drawings, recently started brushing up on the art, after having neglected it many years. His pictures are usually cartoons, and his most recent effort was presented to his son-in-law, B o s c oe Mawdsley, near Burt, salesman for Pioneer hybrid seed corn. : : This picture, which has been framed, shows a stalk of hybrid corn (Pioneer, of course), on which a giant ear had been hanging, but had just beei nibbled off by a squirrel. And the ear, OB- its way to the ground, strikes and kills a wolf which was waiting at the foot of the stalk for the squirrel! The squirrel Is shown victoriously clinging to the stalk and viewing the dead wolf. The cartoon has been pronounced exceptionally good, and it has been on display at the Pioneer plant. HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES ARE HERE Licenfae blanks for Iowa fishing an'cf hunting were received by County 'Recorder Dooley a week ago. The fish and game laws will remain almost the same as last 'year's, unless the. legislature makes last-minute : changes. There is a continuous open season on bullheads, /suckers, redhorse, carp HANSEN ADMITS BREAKING INTO LOCAL'TAVERN Sentenced to County Jail for Year But Paroled. Frank; Hansen, arrested Febuary 27 on a charge of breaking nd entering the Sportsmen's Ta-: era wlthlintent to steal beer, with- :rew his plea of not guilty and vas sentenced ,by Judge F. C. Dav- dson in district court Monday to a : year in the county jail. Sentence was, however, suspended In. good >ehavior and he was paroled to his employer, M. G. Norton. Ray V. Grose, the other youth who was arrested in the same case, was sentenced March 15 to ten ears at Anamosa by Judge Dav- dson. • ... Judge Davidson, sitting at Emmetsburg Monday, sentenced Ronald Ebert, Ohio, to five years at Anamosa on charges of breaking and entering a box car-in the Milwaukee yards at Spencer and for THIEF STEALS LlVERMORE CAR; OWNER STEALS IT FROM THIEF ALGONA KIWANIANS M, G, CLUB GUESTS Thirty-three Algona Kiwanians attended a meeting with the Mason City club at the Hanford ho;el, Mason^City, Thursday evening. Dr. C. : H. Cretzmeyer had charge of the program, and J. D. Lowe conducted a question-answer forum among the Algona members. . , Jane Cretzmeyer gave a piano solo, and three of Bernice Stock's pupils, Rosalie Swanson, Betty Courtney, and Emma Jean Ring- Kenberg, giave dance numbers. Other Algonians who attended were: •Major Saul, B. S. : Kinsey, M. G. Norton, H. E. Rlst, W. A. Barry, G. R. Cook, R. L. Maxwell, H. W. Miller, AlwinJ. Huenhold, Dr. >C. D. Schaap, Antone Johnson, E. W. Hanson, Wm. F. Steele, R. O. Bjustrom, B. W. Lusby, the Rev. D. R. Martin, C. R. LaBarre, Dr C. C. Shierk Casey Loss, W. A. Vigars, A. L. Lo:y, r , R. J. Harrington, 0. B. Laing, J. R. Murtagh, D. E. Dewel, Campbell Humphrey, T. H. Chris- chilles, Geo. L. Miller, H. T. Barker, Lars ; Sorensen, H. D. Hutchins, The open date on trout opened Saturday at. 5 a. m. Catfish may be ;aught in May arid from July 1 to November 30. The open season on other fish begins on May 15 except on- baes and crappies, the season for which opens June 15. As in the past, hunting and fish ng licenses individually are $1 but a/ combination is available fo $1.60. . .-• ..J-_ v .....V;/,.' ...f^. Licenses"may be obtained at th following points about the coun Smoke Shop, Algona; C. F. Berg gren, Swea City; Woodworth drug Dakota; Fuchs hardware,Bancroft Staehle Hardware, Burt; Newe Hardware, Fenton; Vaughan Hard ware, Whittemore; Fleming Hard ware, Whittemore; Lease & Lease Wesley; State Bank ,of Ledyard ntonka Savings bank; Gambl store, Titonka; J. M. Blanchard f.. L. Cotton, Lone Rock; G. W lewel, Fenton; Arthur Hof, of Li Verne, C. O. Bailey, Seneca. Algonians are Baclt From Long Jaunt to the South and Easl Two Cpllege Choirs Dated for Concerts Two a cappella choirs are dated for Algona this month. The Drake university choir of. 45 singers, three accompanists, and three faculty members will present a pror gram before the high school next week Wednesday. This will be an afternoon date. The Morningside college a cappella choir of 60 voices will give a concert in the high schppl auditorium at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, April 16. A silver offering will be taken, ; ; Buthman to Speak at Fenton Banquet Fenton, Apr. 3-^The Rev. J- C Buthman will be speaker at a Methodist men's meeting here next week Monday. The Aid will serve seven o'clock supper. The young men'j S. S. class had already sold- 52 tickets at the last report. Delegations from Estberville, Armstrong Graettinger, andjSvea City are expected, ,' t • buffalo, quillback, gar, and ish. dog Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. -Stephen with their son John Lee, got home Wednesday from a long' trip. Thej eft Algona February 22, and firs visited Mrs. Stephen's mother an brother at Oveda, Flaj They alsc visited a brother at Clearwater Fla., and'' made stops at Tempe arid Sarasota; Fla. ' On the way back the Stephen* stopped at Newport News, Va., t ' it their son Locke: Here they lou'nd 'a happy surprise—a bram new granddaughter, born February L8. Locke is in drydock and ship juildihg emplqy, and his,company is now building one of the "larges Iners In the wprld. , . .,,'.• i The Stephen's also "stopped a Washington, D. C., visited,.Mpun Vernon, and on the way saw ex President Jackson's . home,;' Th Hermitage, at Nashville, Te'nnl The w.eather was fine during most o the trip, warm in Florida, a little cooler In -Virginia. Mr. Stephen is a rural mai^ carrier i out (of 1 Al ;ona. * Ogrens Home Again From San Antonio Mr. and Mrs,' Albert Ogren ar at home again, after another win ter at Grande Courts, San Antonio Tex. The daughter Vera, Mrs. 5 L. Williams, Lakota, went down a week before to bring* her mothe home by train, /Mrs. Qgren having been In poor health: for som months. Mr. Ogren dj-ove^the ca back, arriving Thursday, or a da' later than his wife arid daughter Mrs. Williams had spent six week last winter with her parents an had helped nurse her mother, wh for a time was a hospital " - -r* - 1— B. B. Independents Here Drub j Wesley The Algona 'Merchants' basket ball team, beat the Wesley 'Mer- qbants 1 , 41-24, Thursday eyenin on the Wesley floor. Though th game was. 'rough and tumble* al the way, only tw« personal \foul were called. LJghter, scoring 2 points, was high pointer for Al gona. The AJgo'na team consists o ponald Wiltajro, BQh Mickey, Bo Simpson, Joe McNeil, Wa£rne Doug las, and stealing merchandise. Ebert Had Record. Ebert had been in,the Kostsuth jail since February 26. He was arrested by Sheriff Loss and Dep uty Arthur Cogley on charges of entering the Whittemore coopera tive creamery and etealing.milk re ceipts. , Railroad Detective Kemp assist ed the Spencer and Kossuth off! cers in solving the Spencer burg lary, which' took place the day before the creariiery burglary. Eber once served time at Deer Lodge Mont. He is said to have ridde' 'side-door pullmans' all over th cquntry for many yeare./ 'v'',;. iiwry Cases/Set /'V The first jury case is Dr. J. ^ Clapsaddle vs. Arthur Hagg, sui on a note. This will be followe by a criminal trial, in which Har old Speraw is accused of larcen from a car. The assignment fo Thursday is a foreclosure, the Fed eral Farm Mortgage-Corp. vs Wai ter J. Barr, and a similar case Metropolitan Life vs. S. C. Krosch is set for Friday. Cases set for trial next week in elude three foreclosures: Metro politan Life vs. W. F. Mueller an Kathryn E. Gustin, and Theodor Swalve vs. C. B. Matson. Also se is foreclosure of a mechanic's^ lien Thompson Yards ,vs. Roy 'Mueller Judge Davidson has set trial o a K. T. Butterworth vs. C. F. But terworth partition case for June 5 PLAN IMPROVEMENT AT ALGONA CHURCH A report has been going th rounds that an Algona Methodis delegation visited the Belmon Methodist church Sunday to ge ideas or "remodeling" the interio of the local church. On Investigation this turns ou to.be a.question of new side wall and ft ceiling ^covering for^ th church auditorium here. Acous tics; in '.the auditorium have •. al ways been bad, and since plaste repairs ; ;on walls' an4 ceiling ar needed anyway, it was though this would be a god time to do' re coveing, which, however, has no yet ibeen' decided upon. .; : •> The delegation, which was some what .hastily prgani?ed, f alsp^ vis ited the Clarion Methodist church In the party were Messrs, and Mes dames F. Earl Burgess, W. A, Fos ter," J. F. Overmyer, George Mil ler, Antone Johnson, Chris John son, Alfred Grooters, John Weber alsa Dr. and 1 Mrs. S. W. Meyer anc Mrs. Dg White. Whether or not the contemplated work will be done will depend up on decision of the church board. Addition Begun at 'General^ Hospita An addition is being built to th General hospital to serve as' off to quarters fo* Qr, ,W. P. j Andrews owner 'of {he premises. The ropms which are, being/ addeg t on th northwest c'oj-ner, } wm te i waitin room and a'private office. Doctb Andrews, 'who has been of-ficin with Doctor S. W. Meyer -In 'th Sawyer. bu$(|lng,. y$H iJPOYe .tp>hi new quarters after May 1. Docto BANQUET FOR B,B, SQUAD WRESTLERS Classic Senior Class Play The cast for a senior class play She Stoops, tfl Conquer, which wil be presented May 12 in the h|g school auditorium, has been selec Dlocesou Taking part in 4toce Ban atory ftaaU at Clsre tOBi,gb.t LOUT. Some are letter * W T* m Wfty* ^^^iWKW Livermore, Apr. 3—A 1936 Dodge sedan belonging to Svcn and Otto Anderson here was stolen March 21, but was recovered at Fort Dodge Saturday one block from the police station. When the theft was reported to Sheriff Sexe, Hnniboldt county, no clue could be found, but Saturday afternoon, when Donald, high school boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Phillips, Livermore, was at Fort Dodge, he recognized the car. Donald notified the Andersons, and Sren and Sheriff Sexe went to Fort Dodge, found the car still parked, with the keys In it, and drove it back home without waiting to find out who the thief was. . -» The car was none the worse, except for mud and added , mileage. • What the thief thought when he found the car gone, whether he imagined that another real thief took lt^ and whether hl» first thought (immediately abandoned), was to notify the police, all Is unknown; or perhaps he was an Innocent purchaser — In which case, however, it Is thought that the police would really have been notified, but no such notification has been reported here. Letters Given to 1 5 Youths in the Two Groups. School letters were presented to six basketball players and nine to wrestlers at a banquet which the mothers of seniors in both squads served Thursday evening in the gymnasium 1 . The' basketball players were .Roger Michel; Clarence Devine, Wesley Schultz, Junior Long, -Lewis Neville, and Lloyt Spear. Bruce Miller received an honorary stripe. The wrestlers /were* Orville Baltken, Merlin Altwegg, Jerome Neilsen, Robert Deal, Henry Geilenfeld, Lyle Anderson, John Hoidren, Dale Ehrhardt, and Robert Conklin. , Coaches Ridenour and Findlay with other members of the faculty, attended the banquet: Donald Miller, Principal John G. McDowell, Leonard Wilson, assistant coach, Ross Cutler and Byron Arnold. Members of the basket ball squad were Roger Michel, Clarence Devine, Wesley Schultz, Junior Lewis Neville, Lloyd' Spear Leroy Lee, Walter Hicks,, James Neville, • Raymond Lund, Roberl Wray, Russell 'Thorpe, Jesse Reynolds Thomas Kohlhaas, (Robert Ditsworth, Donald Smith, Kenneth Durant, manager, Harold Neilsen co-manager, and Bruce Miller. The wrestling spuad consisted of Orval Bakken, Donald "McCorkle Kenneth Bakken, Jerome Neilsen Robert Deal, Henry Geilenfeld Lyle Anderson, John Hoidren, Dale Ehrhardt, Robert • Conklin, 'Ernesl Anfinson, 'Crimb' Gunder, Huberl Deal, Eugene Simpson, Mitchel Taylor,, Merlin Altwegg, Wayne Altwe'gg,' and Fritz Neilsen'; (manager). The teams presented gifts to Cpachea Fin,dlay and R^idenbur anc Assistant Coach Wilson. 'I Coach Findlay announced that he had submitted bis resignation. Crystal Lake Party in Louisiana Visit TJtonka, Apr,, 3—The Oscar Blan chards;- the Amos Boriackers, and Mrs. Carrie .Bpm^ker^ spent last week Sunday with 'the Martin Nel sons, Cryftai Lake. Martin, accom paled by' his daughters Raymond, Alice, and Elsie, besides a son Bill left Saturday for Lake Charles, La., for two weeks visit with the daughter Mildred and her hhsband, Mr THOUGH'DEAD,' EDITOR CLARK LOOKS ALIVE! LARGE CROWDS EXPECTEDFOR ANNUAL EVENT Continues Tomorrow and Thursday Afternoons. The tenth annual cooking school, will open this afternoon at 1:25 o'clock at the high school, with all displays in place at the Home Pair in the gymnasium. , Mrs. Christine Sanders, the. 'well-known cooking authority, its again to charge of this year's school, her second in Algona. . The school continues "tomorrow and Thursday af- Editor Frank Clark, of the Titonka Topic, was In town Saturday, running around just as if he were not a corpse! A week ago Algona friends were startled by a report of Mr. Clark's death. He "died" at Gamer, also, a year ago, and his "passing" was announced yia KGLO, Mr. Clark, however, & Uk« Mark Twain, contends that both announcements were greatly exaggerated. In fact, though "dead," he still appears as he always did in life, and looks as If he were never Jn better health. • How the story got started is not known. . : . < HUTTON, STATE S, S. OFFICIAL, i DIES MAR, 29 i • - Kjossuth church and Sunday school people were shocked Thursday! to learn oMhe death of Walter JHutton, Des. Moineis, secretary of the state .Sunday School Cbun^ cil of Religious Education. Mr. Hutton died Wednesday at thelhome of a sister at. Sterling, Karis. He had gone there 'to' recuperate from an attack of the flu. ; Funeral services .were to be held at Des Moines', but burial was to be made at Cedar Falls. 1 A wldc-V, sister, and four brothers survive. Mr. Hutton was a member of the, Triifity Methodist church, of i Des Moines. He was also a Mason: He had] been state Sunday school secretary 22 years, and had frequently attended Sunday school gatherings; in this county, ••,.:.. Mr. Button's widow is a'sis'ter of Mrsj R. S. Blossom here. Mr. and Mrs; Blossom went to Cedar Falls yesterday to attend the funeral. HOUSEWIFE FIGHTS IFIRE IN BASEMENT j When a kerosene' laundry stove exploded in the basement at the Alwjn Huenhold home Monday ,„ „„ „„„ „„. iguana, ™, morning, quibk aptjon , by ( Mrsi and Mrs. Chas. Vandawocker, Mil- Hu enhold prevented s>pread of the dred is well known not only here flanies to the first floor. Kero- but at Crystal Lake, where she was sene and P iece s of the stove flew employed in a bank many years » n every direction, and Uje house Mrs. Martin Nelson died suddenly wa8 filled vi fy «moke. from a heart attack In March 1939. Mrs> Hu enriold had just come , * ; up, after having turned off the "• • "" ' burners because they were smok Kirsch Will Again Operate a Laundry Tpny Kirsch, formerly 'of the Algona laundry, \a reentering the laundry business! He has bpught the Verne Hardy> laundry at Hum- bpjdt aqd wtU'move it to'an 8-aere tra.pt |ie owns just pptside the Fort . ,^A cijy Jlmi^ on 4 the north. As Uride'rstoo,d-here, he (s' either living there •• now* or will dp sp' and he will conduct his bandbox Dressing p4 jBleajoing- WQrRs there etnlrt +4»rt ImmJwnk V.^_«. 4nrn % dan He rears ghter Al- Second Forqm Monday Night ternoons at the same hour. The Home Fair booths will be open every afternoon till 5 p. m. Last year more than 1800 women attended the sessions and saw the displays, and It is expected that this.year's .attendance figures will exceed that total. There is plenty of room for all who wish to attend, for the balcony of the auditorium can be opened if the crowd Js larger, Twenty-Flve Booths. In the Home Fair there are 25 booths booked—a capacity for the gymnasium under present arrangements. Some who wished double space this year have had to be content with singles. Exhibitors are Pratt Electric, Foster furniture, James drug, Howard hardware, City of Algona, the Chrischllles Store, Botsford Lumber, Richardson furniture, Ice Cream Factory Coolerators, Kohlhaas and Spllles hardware, Steele's; clothing; . Kresensky's ready-to-wear, the Graham store; Brown's Studio, .Cowan Building Supply Co., Algona Federal Savings & Loan, F. ! S.'Norton & Son, Algona Pop Factory, and Bjustrom's Maytag and Frie- idaire. Questionnaire Again. It is expected that the cooking school demonstrations will be completed at 3:15. At this time Mrs. Sanders will answer questions and as usual it Is expected that : this will be a valuable feature of the school. A special blank is pro- ' vided on registration cards for ; questions to be submitted. Because v demonstrations fac.e many cooking problems' in their large experience they'are qualified-to answer the '•• questions. , .Every town in the county was represented in the attendance at i last year's cooking school, and it • is expected that attendance this : year will be larger from out-of- i Algona points. The Advance has been particularly pleased to note i that women from Kossuth and adjoining county towns are returning year after year, and bringing new groups- with them. . , ., To Inspect Dishes. In the Home Fair in the gymnasium there will be exhibits of the newest and latest for the ; home and kitchen. Several representatives a of manufacturers will also be on hand^tp answer questions. After the ^demonstration - each afternoon the'women will be invited to inspect .the dishes, which have been prepared, and also $he .equipment on the stage. -They will also be given time to inspect the displays in the Home Fair in the gymnasium before the closing feature. The Advance endeavors' each year to bring to the women of the Algona trade territory the best in cooking schools possible, with due regad to benefits and entetainment, •The Advance is proud that each year finds attendance increasing, and believes that this year brings a program of particular benefit, which no woman who can attend Should miss. «- , a bp|X under the stove, but ehe lonUnued to throw water till she had; the blaze, almost put by the timej firemen arrived. Mrs. Huenhold's mother, Mrs, i^am Aalderks, was in the kit ehen;, and the baby was In the sutt- ing.' Hearing the explosion she _ ~ * ran down again, but, unable to get 1 WO More Minnesota to a faucet, got a pail of water ^, , ._ «,«*pw«» from the kitchen' and extinguished Couples Marry Here flames around -the laundry pink. , _ Tne celling was also afire, plus Only four Hcenses to wed were TlrtV" 11Ylf?av* 4<Visv n4-A»« V..1. _!."_. . * J i ' • • ""• ro at the tlnj^ o* : tfte > The, jdamage was c^eMd by, "jns;ur- anbel ' ' •' Ol r ' " -T • t.ujtujMnV- '•>'): < >y Season Ahead ^ for H.S. Athlete* jre will he five or six track me ^ 3 this sprln^ftlr, )Kl|:o^, h|fh. issued last week, and.twp were to Minnesota cqupjes: Dpnald Meyer, Fairmont,' A]c{e M, 4,rmjstead, Made'lia, Minn.; Roy'Ho ward'Pear- son, Hppklns, Minn., Inez Edith Wbipps; STorda)^" -Mlnri.; WjUliam Meyer Jr./Myrt|e 'Barber, %bth ojt CII71\14-l-b»v^n«^ r «'' J^QIlifl' A rt -»'--^ •- •< tle>Fallsi wt- Robjnspn, * s i 4 0 * i Edwa,rd PJlche* Algpna " !t .=.. t -* ree ^*tJ^F tV .- :Mt . . ^-^ „3.^,^ «wrrmii?>t*rsnfywm ^f * 5P*t§ by Ju^lce p.

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