Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1938 · Page 3
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KOSSUTtt COttfTY ADVANCfi, , Home from Tour. Visits Aunt at Irvington •••••••••^^^^••••^^^^^^^^^^^ > ' ' _. _ 1 ' "" ^""irr^^E^^nuiL—,," ii _^_^ MM _ M ^ i i •••••«•••••— HOW TO SHAVE A HOG Brlstow, of iday from to th*.tr«rt. via his they went to the ana WESLEY LEGION AUXILIARY HAS BUSY MEETING Wesley, Sept. 13 — The Legion uxlltary cleared $12,35 on a bake ale Saturday at tihe Koutoa store. U an Auxiliary meeting last week Monday Mrs. R. C. Bauer won a ree membership. A program con- ucted by Mrs. Jos. Meurer, mem- ership chairman, was given: vlo- in duets, Sylvia Ann. Gerdes, and can Bottom, accompanied by *trs. Gerdes; vocal duets, Donna bell Haynes, Verle Mae Hutchl son, accompanied by Jean. Mrs Edna Flom, president, reported hat $19 would be sent to depart ment headquarters to cover con and back on his r Marauds, who re- from east of'Algona 1 r Lone Rock, have B farm west of *rv- Mr. and Mrs. Henry lived for several tin take possession to Marsballs formerly i the house now occu- e Bamus family. a for a time : t&r on the^Coleman JHrrlngton, .They,.rer Leveral days;ln south-- ihere they visited .rel- . , . ;.„•*-'•>'•'' •'mg Repaired— 1 vacated a few weeks Ray Sankeys 1» under- s , and Mr. and Mra. ,n, who have lived In s several year*, win B10 n when the work ia IA foundation has been Ithe house. The plaster, In oft and will be ret wall board. New floors J and decorating done tut. tl Banks— . I [to out ol its banks In and farther than be- Carl Selp ha» e, which Is partly sub- l the water is still rls- .tosements have several Later, and farmers who »ns to cut before the 3 seed are getting anx- 1 weather. lultor Here-' Mr. and Mrs. George t week Wednesday v. Frank J. Illg. Oto, i housekeeper, Beatrice Br. and Mrs. Jos. Dick- ury, and the George er IrrlBgtoa. _.ole, accompanied by Sson and Marjorie Swin|St Paul, called at Mrs. 'a Sunday. Melyln and j had visited the grotto tend and were en route . of Mr. and Mra. !*<» i is a nephew of Mrs; Lucile, Evelyn, "and e, accompanied by Os- Iges, Bode, and Walter [Bancroft, were Sunday Chester Harmon's, Wo- Mary Dole went to the pome Friday and~>emain- i week Tuesday;,,. > Schichtl, who left'last isday for Staples, Minn., ' ;hter, Mrs. : Nellie An- that they; made the ut mishap. '.Dona . Ani was operated*'upbh'f6r Ills last week Wednesday, [ring rapidly. '':' \ : . •. Seip, who suffered a while on a trip to a last summer,, ia to walk, with, the" s. The cast wa« tak- (abort time.ago* Mrs. Elmer Weaver ral days last week »t 'enter, where they vtalted and Mr. Weaver, who from arthritis, received I attention. 'will meet thU week ftt the church, A ,cov- i luncheon will be served. '1 be completed for a fall 4ted for September 21. : L. E. Colwell'* Sunday s. and Mesdaou* Qaoar . West Bend; Alex Radlg, itk; George. J.-Winkel, of lore. ,. - 1 .11 slas RileyB, Irvjngton, Roy Hicklin*, and John 'of "Woden, were, Sunday Mrs. Althea Thornton, . Haaga, Algona, jrere vifiitora at Carl Selp's. Edmond Frlderes, of iea the George Wagners. Mrs. Alvin Weaver, Liv- arc parents'ol a son, born light, their first ributions due, and Mrs. Helen. Johnson, child welfare chairman reported clothing valued at $5.5 sent to a boy 'adopted' by thi unit. The next meeting will be o 3ctober 3. The Auxiliary now ha 28 paid-up members. illnola. hreo to T. B. Seat Meet- Mrs. L. I/. Leaee will accompany Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whltte- more, and Mrs. J. W. Little, Alona, to Forest City this, week Wednesday to attend a district T. B. seal meeting. Rentiers Return to Atlanta- Mr, and Mrs. DeSpence Bentley, with the daughter Ardls, left Friday for their home at Atlanta, Ga., ifter the summer with Mrs. Bentey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Biddings. Kleins Leave for Florida— The William Kleins left Mon- for Fairhope, Ala., where tlhey families here and the Brass and Gerdes families at Woden. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, president of the local P. T. A., called a meet- Ing of her committee members for Monday n.ight to formulate plans for the coming year's work. The-Anthony Johnsons were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Goetz home. Mike had a birthday Saturday, but he waited till Sunday to celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruge, Minot, N. D., arrived Sunday to visit the former's uncle, Albert Reno. Thsy will also visit relatives at other points in Iowa. Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier, Iowa Falls, daughter Myra, and Maurice Ritschmeier visited at Nathan Stu- Uay IOr raillJUJJU, ^>.ia., ITJ«^& K».~ rf ItHSCIlUieJei ViOJLCU i*t j»en,jw". >->* will spend the winter. They had der ' s f rom Saturday till Sunday, been here since early spring, looking after farm interests. Game Ends In Shut Ont— The Tigers shut out Kanawha, ..... and Mrs. J. L. Meurer and Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemke, Irv ington, will attend the Speace: fair this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddings sons,, were Sunday 5-0, Sunday. Martin Bleioh was , u v ' »-f»*»7«w,j • t.]WIlIl m^*» v*r *f *j.w —~,_ •• •local pitcher, and Carl Froelloh dlnner gues t 9 of Mr. and Mrs. Lee caught The game was played at steven Fent on. Twin Lakes. Steven, Fenton. Mark Studer and Mildred Fo par- there. ome Friday from a twa weeks our to the Black Hills and back. William Johnson spent several ays last week with his father, .nthony Johnson, Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall, Dayon, Ohio, are visiting Rodney, 3eEtta, and Leota Hal)., Mrs. Kate Kennedy had as Sunday dinner gueete the Frank jonleys, Livermore. The .Vee MfllHns went to Fort Dodge last,week Wednesday to at- end a cattle show." -, The Tom MoMahons were Sunday dinner guests at Thomas McMahon's, Garntt. Hannah Nelson will be hostess o the Prlscilla Phoebe society September 28. Mrs. Mat Laux has been sick three or four weeks with sciatic rheumatism. The Roy Kleinpeters visited the Dr. Frank Bonnstetters, Belmond, Sunday. Well gladly arrange a loan ai tSt up which can t* repaid up wnicn can DV -IBIJUIU raonvwr to lull your budget — up to It rnonlha— for medlari, dental and hoApttcd Dills, DtulnMB clothing, rapodrs, auto, ate. Wtti your credit «•**• lished, quick cash it avaflabto « aUtimaa. P. J. Loans t: Insurance Algona Telephone 2i Adel Kunz a farewell »v Fridav night. She Minneapolis school. I gone "alf week. ,Card Party Is Announced— Mrs. Eldon Ravlin will enter- S ot The C D A will have a public tain the Thursday Bridge club this * "^ vt _ . .. '.!_: i__t i.V_ «1..l^'_ 4>I«a4- v\«r>*tr fjVild B ARBERS PROBABLY would not approve of the method the Tobin Packing Co., new Fort Dodge concern, removes the hair from hogs, but packers, the housewife, and butchers do. Thorough hai removal from ! hogs is necessary if the liog is to be properly cleaned The carcass Is covered with a coat of resin that has unusual adhea ive quality. This solidifies, and when it is peeled the hair come as peeling a banana. This plan was designei Mrs. Schrauth Ends Vistt^- Mrs. Barbara Sohrauth go: The c D . A. w m have a public | tain tne rnursaay jonuse wuu mjo home last week Tuesday from a card par ' ty ln the church, basement week at the club's first party this three weeks visit with relatives at Sunday evening. This will be the season. Batavia, 111., and other points. second party i n the basement this The first fall meeting of the She took home her granddaughter, . jj bStudy club is scheduled for faep- Mary Schrauth, who had spent, bhe ' - . tember 22 .with Mrs. Milton Gid- summer, here,. Mrs. S'chraufth's Other Wesley News. dings. aughter, Mrs. Jack Kedm, with George Prema returned Sunday . Sue.,, Brass -left Monday for ner he latter's husband, and the Keim f ^ om two weeks a t points in Minn- home at Des Moines, after d weeK on Jackie brought her home,, and u He vislt ed the Julius Win- with her sister, Mrs. Jos. Meurer. Mr.-Keim went on to Sioux City gertSj Adams, Minn., and friends | Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Striley got and Omaha, returning Friday to at jphnburg, and spent a week at >ick up his family and return to Minneapolis .where he attended the tatavla. Minnesota state fair. ,'•' „ . , Mrs. William Ward, daughter Aid Names Circle Captains— Donna, son Billy, Mrs. Elizabeth The Methodist Aid met at the Mate rn, and DeWa Goetz left by car church last week Wednesday, Mrs. g atur d ay { O r a week at Odell, 111., Charle Kraus and Mrs. Wilbur ftnd otner points .Lorraine Garman with it. It's as . . Fisher hostesses. Captains of ™jj. h s doing the household work at circles were elected: Mrs. Barnard tho Ma>Arn home. «•« **-**»» •• — - — ------ I lilftQ J.t*d(l,V> »» iMW» Thompson, K. Y. N.; Mrs. Halvor Mr and Mre Mrs - . daughter Regna, and Harry Jur, Mrs. gen> a n of Chancellor, S Flom Jr., Stitch & Chat; Emil Wester, Good Will; "'""igen, all of Ohanceiioi Wilbur Fisher, Willing Workers. iyed Sunday to visit The circles will all meet" this' week Wednesday. SPECIflLDjlTUD BLUE RIBBON Ul\lmW\l\l\ Even if you're not a baking champion, you can take advantage of this celebration offer of OMAR Wonder FLOUR—the blue ribbon flour which has won over 3,000 prize ribbons at state and county fairs. The Blue Ribbon Bazaar, featured now by your grocer, honors the following local women who won awards at the K08SUTH COUNTY FAIR by using OMAR Wonder FLOUR: Julius Haas, Algona; 1st prize, white bread. Mrs. Julius Baas, Algona; 2nd prize, spice cake. Mrs. Art Anderson, Swea City, 1st prize, whole wheat bread; 2nd prize, white pan rolls. Mrs. Ben Knox, Burt; 1st, white pan rolls. C. Nelson, Titonka;lst prize, burnt sugar cake. WILIi It. AtS US S* U1 1 J1 *' <*° L'cdlUB at uuiiciiic*. *uuj A *™.»» ..*»« — v —o»~ by the Tobin research staff. Tobin products were recently placed on the market in Algona, and a series of advertisements ia appearing in U^ Ka f e Kennedy Honored— the Advance, today's advertiseme»t featuring Tobin's Tenderized Hams. LOTTS GREEK Mrs. John Seegebarth, of northern "Minnesota, and her children, came last week Wednesday to visit the John Seegebarths and Ar- 'thur Rusches here and. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin at Algona. She is a sister of Mrs. Rusch and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schal- llri. The Rusches and the Seege- Mrs. Kate Kennedy was honoree at a birthday party given by her .daughter, Mrs. Alfred Erdman, heran church. She woe named «« Sheran Lou, and sponsors were Edw , Hildman at one table and to Walter Bell, West Bend, and Mrs. Uj ra ,' Kennedy and Mrs. Barbara Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton. The Schrauth. partners at another Herbert Potratz baby son was also table. Mrs. Kennedy received many J >aptised, and. he was named Rich- gifts, ard Eugene. Sponsors- were I -. leorge Schultz, Whittemore, and George Schlmmel loses Sister- . barths visited the Frank Shellers Emmeteburg, Friday^ , The -Hugo Faulstiches were Fri' day visitors at August Gades West Bend. The William Bells West Bend, were last week Thursday evening guests at Otto Wichtendahl's. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendah . . had their baby daughter baptised Sunday at the Lotts Creek , Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl, Creek. Lotte I A,"sister of George Schimmel died .Friday at Grldley, III., and resK i «*"**- * **u**' • ** w •«..——~ rf r —- -• i The William and Walter Bells, ha. and his wife left Saturday, with West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Kea- the son Carl, Blue Barth, to aj- 1 neth Bollinger, Fenton, were Sun- tend the funeral Monday. George day dinner guests at Otto Wlch : \ yitzthum accompanied them to tendahl's. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, ; -, —• •: "" ~~ Algona, and'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rochester Sunday to consult the Miller,Burt, were dinner guests at Mayo doctors. William Faulsticnl Arthur Jackman's. , is reported nick. Elmer and Lawrence Pijahn, Elfrleda Lehman, A gona. was with Laura Bell, West Bend, were a Sunday guest of Lucille Kuecker. home Monday from a Kenneth Kuecker, in the employ Jack Reifen's, Brainerd, of Erwin Slems, Whittemore, came for, Sunday, with his parents, Mr, to I and Mrs. Edw.. Kuecker. Minn. and SENECA * CAMYIHQCASi TOMCH-WINO Taste Confiims the Quality of a. S. L, Deuton, |lay- and their apn Jerom0 Sheldon ' MEAT PRODUCTS O UT here in IOWA we have just about the finest quality, pork and corn crops of any place in fhe country. That same pride of, quality will be in every delicious Tobin Meat Product that is now on sale at leading meat dealers in your neighborhood, Breakfast and dinner tables everywhere are now enjoying Tobin Products regularly. With our model plant situated in the heart of the country where choicest porkers are grown* it is only natural fbal The Tobin Packing Company should make only the finest tailing, quality meat products, Thine desert will feature for exaipple a luscious Tobin Tenderiaed Ham. It i* so tender you don't need » knife to cnt it on your plate. Sweet and juicy, it haa a flavor as enticing as it is unusual. Onpe you try a Tobin Tenderized Ham yon are going to say that it haa, the kind of flavor that makes the family ask, "Why haven't we had it before?** V Surprise them tonight with one of The Tobin Packing Company's many products and you'll be surprised yourself at how much they enjoy them and how much satisfaction you get in serving your meals. TOBIN DeLuxe BACON -,-w »PP«rt»« «<WN! •atemmvt ToWn ^-,-r Bacon will |fre yw an enticinc MM qf il» flavor. Served ajliwu, or pain*} wilfc »nolher dbh, Tobin D«hw Bacon brln«i fqiilM of favor from all |!M family. . Quality Meo* Productt. T caruig for hep 4»«gJ|ter v 'fyTrasamer and the tot* baby. ttlleb Kracbt threshing ,a picaic at Silveralde. daughUr at her UCK STOBE, Algon», HOOD'S I, a. A, STOBE, M* gonjh low*, HOB -ti SJOGBEN, Algona, Ia, jf, B, ZUMACH, WhWtemow, I«i DON WHITE CUT J*AT15 GBO- CEBY, Algoaa, lowm BROS. Cylinder, Iow». A, WIliSpN MABKET, MARKET, STATION, St.,Joe, , low** lf.»-t -.^Mf&L^J >; -t.liV,',,. l'Li.S&ir.

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