Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 18
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COttNft ABVAKflfe ALOOMA, IOWA " WANT £*77B4-DELIC!OU$ PASTRV, CAKES, FWBP POODS ? *fe n> me eooxwff SMOO SEE HOW EASV IT IS THE Spiy WAV V swys Christine Sanders, fampns cook- iii{,' school lecturer for Algonn ' Learn new EASY way to be a grand cook Y OU'LL be simply delighted when you see what a hit all your meals make cooked the Spry way. Cakes are lighter, finer-grained, more velvety. And so easy to mix. Smooth,_creamy Spry blends with your other ingredients like magic. Spry pastry is wonderfully flaky and tender— just what you've always dreamed of! And you'll love foods fried the Spry way! They're so crisp9 and tender, so digestible a child can eat them. Just think, no smoke or unpleasant odor when you fry with Spry. And it stays fresh right on the kitchen shelf. I do hope you'll try Spry." IN 6.LB., 3-LB. AND M.B. CANS THE NEW, PURER ALI-VEGETABIE SHORTENING ^ TRIPLE-CRtAMED! Try «,!» Iwlav, RID CHERRY PIE 3 cups canned pitted red cherries « teaspoon salt H cup cherry juice I recipe Spry PI« H cup sugar (more, If desired) • Crust 2 tablespoons quick-cooking 1 tablespoon butter tapioca Combine cherries, juice, sugar, tapioca and salt. Let stand while pie crust is being made. Roll J*J of dough and line a 9-inch pie plate. Fill pie shell with cherry mixture. Dot with butter. Moisten edge of pie with, water. Roll remaining dough for top crust and make decorative openings with small round cutter. Fit top crust over cherries and seal edge of pie. Brush crust with milk and sprinkle with sugar. Bake in hot oven (425° F.) 30 to 40 minutes. You'll be delighted with the flaky tenderness of the delicious Spry crusts! FLAKY SPRY PIE CRUST * Ji cup Spry S tablespoons water , (about) No need to chill ingredients to get flaky crust with Spry. Sift flour and salt together. Add J^ of Spry and cut in until mixture is as fine as meal. (So quick and easy with triple-creamed Spry!) Add remaining Spry and continue cutting until particles are size of navy beans. Sprinkle water, 1 tablespoon at a time, over mixture. With a fork, work lightly into a dough. (All measurements in these recipes are level) — — — - (Clip and save this Spry recipe) — — — — J 2>4 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon salt OIL STATION AHUVERNE IS REOPENED Lu Verne, Apr. 3—The Standard Oil station was reopened last week Monday morning, with Wlllard Sainford as operator temporarily. E. L. Eustace, Clear Lake, former resident of Lu Verne, manager of a Standard station there for the f last 2% years, has leased the local ; station and will come back as soon I as he can be relieved there and get a house to live in here. The station here was closed when the operator, Glen Galloway, died a couple of weeks ago. Mother Visits Sixth Sons- ' Chester Zwonitzer, Rollins, Wyo., and his mother, Mrs. Henry Zwon itzer, Fulton, Kans., visited las week at the Fred Zwonltzer's, wh lives in the tenant house at L. S Pearson's. The elder Mrs. Zwon Itzer had ben visiting five sons wh live in Wyoming, and Chester, wh was taking her home, stopped her to let her visit, the sixth son. Mrs Fred Zwonitzer and her daughte accompanied the visitors to Kan sas. Club Program Features .Iowa- Mrs. A. C. Evans was hostess t the Tuesday club last Tueeday, bu because of sickness among mem bers there was only a small at tendance. Interesting places in Iowa were named at roll call, an Mrs. Arthur Benschoter read ; paper on the state parks. Plans were laid for an annual guest da April 12. Forence Hof, Mrs. J. -L Lichty, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman were club guests. Doctor Is Clnb Speaker— The J. J. club met 'Friday after- GLOVED GOURMET •»~™*~»*m~*ii*immtmKmilwwm^ tm •• JHMIJ /"" •"•"* *"•' *>*f*tiMtfiinii All That's Best at Lowest Cost 1 The only low-priced car combining noon with Mrs. H. D. Meyer, 1 members attending. Mrs. Arthur Rlley was program chairman and the club heard a talk on diet for the growing child given by Doctor Meyer. Games followed the talk and a discussion. IN SALES The biggest selling 1939 model ear In Amerl.a-ond more man mat-the biggest selling car for seven out of the la* elaht ve»r.i much better all-round performer . . . than other cars in its field. IN FEATURES IN VALUE Dollar for dollar, feature for feature, car for car, It give, you more for your money than any other car in Its price range-thanks to Chevrolet's volume leadership. * CDKIAl MOTms VM.OC m ~™ mmmmammm *^^ Kossuth Motor Co. Methodist Aid to Meet— There will be a general Methodist meeting this week Wednesday, with Mesdames Peter Thompson, O. S. Alexander,, and 1 Chris ™ ^ her N yeaard as hostesses. The Aid is to serve at a fathers adn sons banquet Monday evening April 17. Mrs. Hof loses Uncle- Mr, and Mrs. I. W. Hof went to Forest City Thurjsday to attend funeral of an uncle of Mrs. Hof Leo Nelson, 48, who was a jeweler and died following a cerebral hemorrhage. No School for Two Days The Easter vacation for the public schools will include two days, April 7, and Monday, April 10. Other Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trauger who live at Minneapolis, stopped here last week Monday for an overnight visit with Donald's mother, Mrs. Helene Trauger. The couple' were on there way to Des Moines. Mrs. Chris Nygaard had a visit from her sister aad husband Mr and Mrs. J. D. Seeley, Seeley Wyo \fn Weekt The Seele ys Hve on a 1500-acre ranch, and their trip was to see relatives at Centralin, 111., as well as here. The S. R. Bakers have moved^into apartments above the Lichty hardware, and the Gottleb Hansel- mans now live an the (Mason house, which they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson arrived Wednesday from Huron, S. D., to visit the latter's mother, Mrs W. F. Godfrey. Either the corn was too hot for this old fellow or else he couldn't wait to take off his gloves before 'digging Into the delicious corn-on- the-cob. He Is one of the many hungry, homeless vagrants fed by the Volunteers of America soup kitchen In Detroit. Livermore Editor Dean of Newspaper Men in North Iowa North central Iowa editors have of late been casting about to locate the dean of newspapers In this section in point of Continuous connection with the business. The claims of J. W. Haggard, of the Upper Des Moines, Burt Harwood, .of the Clarion Monitor, "Lou" Roberts, of the Britt News- Tribune, and Frank Jaqua, of the Humboldt papers, have been considered, but Mr. Jaqua has modestly pointed out that the undoubted dean Is W. F. Miller, of the Livermore Gazette, who, it may be, "has published the same newspaper longer than any other man in Iowa, if not In the United States." Mr. Jaqua, in his Humboldt In- iependent, adds: "And the trouble is that the old devil won't give out a photograph either of himself or his wife, and won't give a his- ory of his life, private, editorial, T political." "* Honor Roll for Two Corwith B. B. Boys Corwith,- Apr. 3—'Byron Severns nd Maynard Woodbury, of the orwith high school basketball team, were chosen by Jack North for his 1939 all-state cage honor roll. Woodbury was named forward; Severns, guard. There were approximately 2,000 players in these two positions in the state. St. Joe News Mrs. Catherine Metzen left last week Tuesday morning via bus for a few weeks with relatives and friends at Des Moines. Kenneth Mindrup, Kansas City, arrived Thursday for the summer at work In the St. Joe community. Celestine Marso went home Sunday after four weeks at William Hammer's. She Is now empnloyed at Harry Bode's, near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Plathe and Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert recently .visited the James Weyderts at Easton, Minn. Visitors at the Herman Thilges home, near Fenton', recently were Mrs. H. M. Thilges, daughter Valeria, Mrs. Hubert OIBrien, daughter Sharon Kay, Mrs. LeRoy Thilges, daughter Donna Mae,'and Harry Thilges, Galbraith. OTTOSEN SCHOOL REPRESENTED IN SUB-DISTRICT MUSIC MEET Ottosen, Apr. 3—The high school was represented in the sub-district music contest at 'Burt Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The girls' and boys' sextettes, mixed chorus, and a soprano solo were entered. In the girls' sextette are Gladys Satern, Clara Dahl, Marjorie Kramer, Shirley Kinseth, Loretta Reese, Maurine Holden; in the boys' sextette, Dennis Purdy, Stan- CLAKENCE MOKRAIL, FUE.1) FLAIG, Lone Bocfe STRAND GARAGE, Ledyard FISHER GARAGE, Titonka . . . AND EVERYWHERE THE MOTOR WENT, the oil was sure to go ... That's true of the care which so many loyal users of Phillips 66 Motor Oil give their engines. This clean, high-quality lubricant keeps motors in condition and out of the repair shop. Delivers complete and efficient service, because it is designed and refined to do just that. Made from costlier crudes by a costlier process. Truly a 100% Phillips value. Remember, Phillips 66 Motor Oil is our finest quality, the highest grade and greatest value among all the oils we refine. Try it the next time you drain and refill at the Orange and Black 66 Shield. i OIL CO., Distributors, Algona. Klurap Super Service SUUou Ed Johnson's Service ley Enochson, Lloyd Gbchenour Thomas Olson, Merrill Moore Olwin Hoage. The mixed chorus consists of Gladys Satern, Shirley Kinseth, Marjorie Kramer, Dennis Purdy, Lloyd Gochenour, Merrill Moore. The soprano soloist at Burt was Gladys Satern. Helen uaard is music teacher. Aid Has a Guest Day— The Presbyterian Aid had a guest day at its last meeting. Each member was to have a guest A short program was given: Reading, Mrs. Ralph Richards; duet, Fae and Mae' Buskirk; reading Mrs. Henry Lovig; solo, Lola Wat- nem. Oflcers were elected: pres- .ident Mrs. Irvin Movick; vice Mrs. Rpy Telford; secretary Mrs Ralph Richards; 'treasure^' Mrs Sl l . r v 1 !? J ? ol ? b ? nl «» 1 *e-- Mrs. Ralph were hostesses. Progressive CluiTSeets— H^Sv^SuSirifd s ceis were elected: president, Mrs Harold Jacobson; vice, Mrs.Lovig-' secetary, Mrs. Clifford Lander!'treasurer, Mrs. Van Hansen. C UD guests were Mrs. F. Lovig and Mrs. James Togeas, Fort Dodge- Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Bode! Holt. Plans were laid for^a cafeteria supper this week Saturday evening at the Persbytel £ Five Aids In Get-Together— thJ 1 ^ Lut ^ eran Aid" entertained the Bode, Seneca, Rolfe, and Emmetsburg Aids Wednesday at the local church. A program was given Welcome, Mrs. Harold JaebosonT scripture and prayer, the Rev. S. o. Sande; solo, Lola Watnem; Playlet, Cradle Roll, group of women; solo, little Virginia Bratland; selections, H. S. girls' and boys' sextettes. There was a large attendance. Other Ottosen News. Omer Edwards,.West (Bend, re- jently called on his mother, Mrs Jonas Edwrads, who suffered a stroke three weeks ago an* is still confined to bed. 6he Jives with her daughter, Mrs, Peter Holt •Mrs. Carrol Ne«en. -B*4e, spent a few days last W<M£ 8 t Percy yatnew's. ortons , 'A FRIENDLY, HOME OWNED LUMBERYARD We Invite You to Visit Our Booth at the , ' \ Cooking School \ •••'••..' 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