g**\V . ; L^iVfj !•!«£ III KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGrONA, IOWA PAGE THRHB LAM BERT ul/vw^' ndtba !H en tlie . pricc , per sal [ on 1 , I ^A gallon-will eov«f and on the number R«memo«r tlii» when buying pain' Family Quarantined as Mother Dies Ll prot««io t,,Cr,«pP' Wj :€,They9° to n m«t be en- jood paint can :„ qood paint! GOOD PAINT IS ECONOMICAL The price of Pratt & Lambert House Paint per gallon may be a bit higher than ror cheap paint but the cost per square foot is lower. It withstands the extremes of weather; it sheds dirt and holdrrt fresh, clean appearance fora Ions time. It gives real protection. PRODUCT FOR IVMY SURFACE 'arid* ol the home, for the interior walls, . 0 J«L.ure-for everthng in and about is a Pratt & Lambert paint or leaned to in$ui i, economy and i HflT«J •nDln.- Zfflsfes SAJ1N_FIWH ..« for your pa/ntfn»reWr«m«»tf. VWietner •J. Jff cfc-fr, w. Ml* P/-I.J 10«*« i in<f «99«tfoiw on MY (Mfnt/ng probfem. BUILDING SUPPLY CO, Street Phone 275, Algona EX-LEDYARD WOMAN LEAVES FIVE CHILDREN . Lodyard, Apr. 10—Mr. and Mrs. J. Sullivan, ihe Rev. Fr. Maynard, Jack/Lynch, and Chris Golhaus at- •tende'd tho funeral of Mrs. George Carr at Estherville Thursday. Mrs. Carr will bo remembered as Mary Sullivan, who at one time worked as bookkeeper in the Farmers bank here. Mr. Carr and the baby ,had had diphtheria, and the family was quarantined. Mrs. Can- didn't •take diphtheria but got strepto- cocclc throat Infection and died after being sick nine days. Besides .her husband she is survived by .five children. Because of the quarantine funeral services were held •only at the cemetery. .Aid I'lnns Food Sale— The Methodis't Aid met in the .church Thursday afternoon for a .pot luck lunch. The bake sale held iy Mesdames Sprout, Anderson, and Pingle brought in $2.50. The next meeting will be In two weeks with Mrs. Carl Burro'ws, and the food sale committee will be Mrs. H. Mayne, Joe Mayne, and H. M. Granner. ARMSTRONG MUSIC GROUPS WILL GO TO CONTEST AT EAGLE GROVE USED EXCLUSIVELY AT THE COOKING SCHOOL who know the high . quality and better value to be I had in the double-tested—-double-action ig Powder. *s delicious bakings of fine texture and ••'.".... Ibjr Baking Powder CpMUlUts who oulu ^Baking Powder — under supervision of ' ol National Reputation. Always uni- Me. That insure* *uoeM«lul Bakings. , * • ; • • • ^ who want the beat, demand the Economical and Efficient BAKING POWDER Price Today « 48 Years Ago ounces tor 2fc You can also buy 10 ounce can tot 1OO IS ounce can (or ISO PACK-NO «IACK MI.HNO o««o full Hundrgrt, ol THE COOK'S BOOK Y ™ "» tot * copy of Ihi* b«uriMly Uliutt.wd bpok ** *« 1 ** ****** *** **** wxwW ****** CM9A99, H-WWW ll.-tiJUUiW Aid Ten Is Given- Last week Tucs'day evening Mrs. 0. C. Sprout entertained at an Aid tea. Guests were Mesdames Chas. .Bashara, Geo. Thompson, E. T. Halvorson, C .R. Wright, N. A. Pin- tle, E. A. Carpenter, 'H. D. Mayne, •and D. B. Mayer. A. E. Laiirit/cn in Visit— 'Former Supt. A. E. Laurltzen, yow of Parkersburg, visited ihere Thursday. His school was having three-day Easter vacation. Armstrong, Apr. 10 — School music organizations will compete in the district contest at Eagle Grove Thursday and Friday. The groups and time they appear follow: The girls' sextette will sing at 9 o'clock Thursday morning. Joyce Hanson plays a, cornet solo at 9:30 Friday night. Alice Camdon sings a mezzo-soprano solo at 7 o'clock Friday night. Friday night at 9:30 the hoys' sextet sings. The band plays Friday at 1 p. m. John Thomson plays a flute solo at 1 o'clock Friday. Orchestra numbers will be given Thursday at G:30 p. m. Some 60 students from Armstrong will compete. 'Supt. W. A. Ortmeyer and .directors, Christie Kreul and Gerald Niemeyer, will accompany the groups. Tenchcrs Go Home— 'School was dismissed Thurs'day afternoon till Monday. 'The teachers who went to their respective homes are: Margaret Henry, Greeley; Lois Spicer, Bloomington; Delpha Meythaler, Earlvllle; Christie Kreul, Lauren's; Vera Aulerlch Monona; Margaret Twedt, Esther ville; Elf redo Peterson, Ringsted Margaret Olson, Kim'ballton; Mar garet Beck, Goldfield; Ine Dushlnski, Cherokee; Marian Blue Storm Lake; Dorothy Fear, Web ster City; .and Donna McCreary Bradgate. Class Play Cast Named— The senior class play cast ha been chosen, and is John Thomsen Robert Lux, Berniece Braland Shirley Peterson, Joyce Hansen Barbara Smith, Arden Jongfterg, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Mavis Strong, and' Velma Anderson. The play is, "The Mistakes of the Blakes." The director is Margaret Henry, an'd it will be presented late in April. n Chicago, returned Saturday and ill he employed here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Irmlter nd Jerry, Swea City,, visited Sun- ay with the former's parents, the I. M. Irmiters. Mrs. Iva Niemeyer and daughter Darlene spent several days last •eek with friends and relatives In Fairmont. Ernest Lauritzen returned Monay from Iowa City, where he had ecelved medical treatment. Frank Bailey, of Fenton, spent a ew days last week with his daugh- er, Mrs. A. Whitlow. The Randall Looft family, of Al- rord, visited at the parental N. E. Thursday. OFFICE SUPPLIES, DATING stamps, hand punches, files. Everything you need!-—Ask Advance. OFFICERS FOR THE UNION CLUB NAMED Union Twp., Apr. 10—Mrs. Anna Marlow was hostess to the Mothers & Daughters club Thursday, Bertha Sarehet assisting, and the program was: roll call, The New in Flowers; paper, Iowa and the Dutch, Mabel Tjaden. Officers were elected: president, Marie Bode; 1st vice, Helen Vogel; 2nd vice, Bertha Sarehet; 3rd vice, Anna Marlow; secretary, Ethel Smith; assistant, Mabel Tjaden; treasurer, Mamie Winkel (reelected). Guests included Mrs. Milton Marlow, Burt; Mrs. Anna Leason, Algona, daughter Mabel; Mrs. Rob ert Leason, Union. As the schools were having a vacation, the following school girls were guests: Betty and Letty Sarehet, Joyce Romat'ad, Trella (Jafdnef. The next meeting will be on April 2, with Marguerite Gardner and Frances Gould as hostesses. Roll call will be on the uses of old rubber, and a paper. Here Comes the Calliope, will'be read by Mrs. Bode. An. article, Be'rgen's Brazen Blockhead, will be read by Eva Glsch, and there. will be "white elephant" exfchange. ADVERTISERS—COPY ON YOUR merchandise or eervlce provided In campaign form, for use In classified. No charge for this extra service.—Advance Pub. Co., Al* gona. 20tf Hog Raisers Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA Other Ledynrd News. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner and .Darryl went to Fort Dodge Friday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson to .visit Mr. Anderson's parents. They also visited Mrs. Granner's sister, : Mabel Kitley, who is attending heauty.college there. Sunday Mabel an'd the Granners went to ,Hardy to spend the day with their •father. Mrs. H. D. Mayne went to Algona Friday morning to meet her •daughter, Edith Logan, who Is .home for a few weeks' spring vacation. Edith is a student at Coe college in Cedar Rapids. Mrs;. Sprout and Kathryn accompanied her and shopped at Algona. Mrs. Edward Knoner and John, ,arid her mother Mrs. J. A. Bargar, of Lakota, spent Thursday in Maison City. Mrs. Lawrence Pingle went to Mason City with them and remained over Easter with her mother, Mrs. Ran'dall. i Mrs. William Garry and her brother Larry, Walsh drove to Rochester, Minn., a week ago ^Sunday and their mother, Mrs. Walsh, returned with them. She has .been with her son Thomas Walsh all winter. Naomi Junkermeier, Alvira Hal- ,vorson, Beulah Loofit, and Kathryn Powers, all students at the state .teachers college, came home Friday to spend Easter. . Rose Munyer, who has been mak- ,lng her home with her sister-and family, the Charles Basharas, went to Armstrong last Wednesday Wins In Spelling Contest- Margie Johnson, junior, re'ceived first in the high school spelling contest last Tuesday in the .town hall at Estherville. Only a written contest was conducted. Other Armstrong entrants were Wilma Baker, Arlene Thackery, and Agnes Moore. She also won the Emmet county grade championship when she was in eighth grade. Other Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wolders are parents of a boy born Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wolders' parents in Rlngsted. She is the former Verda Belle Bonnicksen of there. Donna McCreary. Shirley Peterson, and Donna Miller attended a, basketball banquet at West Bend a week ago Monday evening in honor of the 1939 champions. (Mrs. Arnold Le Maire returned to her home In Blue Earth Friday after a week at the parental Carl Halvorson's recovering from a throat infection. Mr. and'Mrs. Alfred Thiel are parents of a girl, .born last week Tuesday in the Coleman hospital Estherville. She has been named Kathryn Ann. Mrs. Charles Willson and son, ol Fairmont spent the week-end a her son Woodrow Willson's, am also witli other relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England are parents • o'f a girl born Thursday. Shb has been named Jeanne Ann. Mrs. England is the former Manto visit over Easter. Edith Roaney, Laureen Kessler, and Berniece Smith spent their Easter vacations at their respect- ilve homes at Waterloo, Radcliffe, and Swea City. . Mr. and Mrs. Gilbertson and baby,' of Matawan, Minn., visited Mrs. Gust Anderson a week ago Mr. and Mrs. John Holt and Jack went to Northwood Thursday ,to visit Mr. Holt's parents over Easter. , „ , Glenn Dyer, student at the state .university, spent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer. Raymond and Glenn Johnson re- shingled the kitchen of the Underkofler house last week Tuesday. * Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson ,were business callers in Swea City .Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Father Maynard went to. Chicago Thursday to visit his mother, who is ill. i Mrs W. E. Wierner and Mrs. L. JX Mayne were Algona shoppers .Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Asa Warner were business callers in Algona last Wednesday. . , , , Stella Mae Frye was sick last .week with the flu and unable to be ln Mr h °an'd Mrs. Harry Schraeder ,were' Algona callers last week daline Paris. Mrs; R. E. Gabriel, with Betty Jane and Robert, spent the Weekend at the home of her sister, Mrs. Marion Chipman, at Burt. Orla Larsen, who has been attending the Coyne electrical school Lewis, of near Lakota !visited at Wilson Brack's Thursday evening. UNION Pharles son of Claude Dearchs, BpSt l«t week's school vacation with his aunt, Mrs. Frank Hof.us Mrs Maynard Stephenson o^ Arnold's Park, and'her small jon tor POUNDS HAVE BEEN OUR GOVERNMENT Robert Bode and Frails Matthew Ptatt attended a declamatory contest Pay. and TASTY NEW WAY TO MAKE RICE CROQUETTES Crisp, tender, digestible Rice croquettes with cheese sauce are an old story. But it's a delightful new discovery to taste rice croquettes like these, with the tasty cheese filling cooked right in them! And they have such a crispy, delicate crust. For they're fried the Spry way. Be awe to use Spry, the Sew! purer, creamier, ALi/vegetable shortening, for best results. Bake with Spry, too, and see what se c y a o k u es «' jfflrs&! "Surv's so marvelously creamy, it mixes like magic," say cooking experts for 281 home-making schoola Get Spry today and make these tempting croquettes. They're a wonderful meatless main dish. Deviled Rice Croquettes- 4 tablespoons Spry 5 tablespoons flour Ji teaspoon salt 7 Dash of cayeone U teaspoon mustard 1 eM. "" 1 CUP W^ t !• Melt Spry on top of double boiler. i^3S^ffSuf?aS» B^to^bgitt^inbeaten at Get lighter cakes, WV - r paltry, too, s^pijB. "Ww j^a^f ^PW s^^^^^w 1 ^^^w^, j ^^^ii^^^f K. * .
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