Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1938 · Page 2
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tCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Youth Conference Leader Completes Work for Season COUNSELOR OF CAMP RETURNS TOLUVERNE Lu Verne, Sept. 2t — Huliitt j Fritzemeier returned Monday from j a two months stay at Lake Gen-' eva, Wis., where she was counselor at a youth's conference. The Rev. Mr. Harvey, Swea City, was the delegate from Kossuth county to one of the conferences and he and his wife attended. There were 25 chaperons, each with a group of .12 or 15 voung people ranging in age from 18 to 25. There was a large faculty. The different conferences begin in May and last till September, each group meeting at stated times, «nd all are under the International Council of Federated' Churches of America, composed of i 41 different protestant churches. | There were about 4000 who attended the conferences during the summer in different groups. After the day's activities the groups mot in the .several cottages or tents as the case might be and enjoyed an hour of devotions led by the counselors. Miss Pritxemoier is well qualified for young people's work and enjoyed the summer at Lake Geneva, which i.s a delightful spot suited for recreation nnd devotion. HERE'S HOW A HAM IS "TENDERIZED" Iiivi'rnioro Connie Married— Tho llcv. Harvey Nelson officiated at 11 wedding at the parsonage last week Wednesday morning of Mildred l-'ollock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pollock, and Ralph Stoddard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stoddard. both of Livermore. They were attended by Jean Mer- rivs and Harold Stoddard. and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stoddurd and Mrs. Harry Pollock. The bride wore a suit of navy blue, and Miss Merris wore black. After a wedding breakfast at the Stoddard home at Livermore the couple left on a trip to Minnesota. They will live near Hardy on their return. Leaves for Samuel Swank, south of town bachelor, who has been living alone on his farm since the death of his mother several years ago, has rented his farm to Harry Whitmore and left Monday for Clinton, Minn., to make his home at his brother Will Swank's. Mr. Whitmore, Lu Verne's dairyman, will continue his milk route, although he will be living three miles i!i the country. Faculty is .Entertained — The Comrade class of the Evangelical Sunday school had a social meeting at the Rev. E. Walter's Friday evening with members of the school faculty as guests. The evening was spent playing games, after which Mrs. Walter served lunch. The Rev. Mr. Walter :s teacher of the class. Win at Field Day- Many from Lu Verne attended the fourth annual Field day program near Bancroft Sunday. In the trapshooting contest E. H. Dehnert, Lu Verne, and L. T. Root, of Wesley, tied for first honors ;n the 100-bird program, crashing 91 nr- gets. Wedding Date— The John Phillipses drove to Ames Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Van Patten accompanied them home for a visit here. The Van Pattens observe their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday. Other Lu Verne. The Rev. E. R. Walter, Fred Fritzemeier and daughter Hulda, and Airs. Arthur Krause drove to Titonka to attend the county Sunday school convention. Because of the heavy rain all day there was a very small attendance. Walter Hefti is planning a formal opening of his refrigerated locker system Saturday. There will be a speaker and a lunch will be served. The system has been in operation since July 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanselman and son Earl drove to Ames Sa'ur- day. and the Irvin Chapmaus and William drove down Sunday, where 'tud B re sistered «s second year Mr. and Mrs. George Knopf are jean Palmer (left) and Gertrude Kwtatkowski tenderize a ham in the curing department of the ii*w ^' Tobin processing plant at Fort Dodge, while 'Millard E. Myers, department superintendent, observes the process. The three were transferred from the Rochester Packing company's plant, Rochester N. Y. When the Tobin Packing com-! the same position at Rochester. [ the name Tenderized for the new pany. Fort Dodge, opened its new Also transferred from Rochester $125,000 processing plant last; young women supervisors, who will train the girls to , . ... . "is, wno win train the girls to be spring one of the juality meats it | employed in the ham tenderizing produces is Tenderized hams, du-'department of the Tobin plant Pleating in every respect the hams ! The excellent quality of Tobin _ _ _ icliuci ,,^ ot the same name manufactured by Tenderized hams is not a matter (ham, the firms' ham sales more the Rochester and Albany compan- of accident but is the result of than doubled totals for the pre- product and registered their trademark with :the United States patent office. During each of the first two years, the Rochester and Albany companies marketed Tendered ies, which are also operated by the Tobin interests. So that Tobin Tenderized hams will be exactly the same as Rochester and Albany Tenderized hams, the Tobin company has brought to Fort Dodge as superintendent of its curing department Millard E. Myers, who for many yeras held years of patient research and experiment by the supervisors of the curing departments of the Rochester and Albany Packing companies. About three years ago, these experiments finally resulted in the production of the ham the Tobin companies -wanted. They selected ceding year. This year promises to be a duplication of the first two, company officials said. Tenderized ham is only one of more than two-score products manufactured in the new Tobin plant. A complete line of smoked meats, canned meats and sausage products is on the market. DES MOINES FIRM WILL BUILD NEW SCHOOL AT WESLEY Wesley, Sept. 21—Shaw, McDermott and Sparks, Inc., of Des Moines, Friday night purchased $12,700 in local school bonds. The bonds bear 3Ms per cent interest, and sold at a premium of ?!]. The issue will be retired at the rate of $700 the first year, and $1,000 a year there after. A. PWA grant will be added for construction of a $23,000 school gymnasium and auditorium. The general contract Friday night was awarded to J. C. Mayer, of Clarion. The electrical contract was let to the Pratt Electric company, Aigona, The heating and plumbing contract went to the Spencer Construction Co., Spencer. The $9,000 PWA grant was raised to , $10,395. The building of hollow tile and brick construction will be 66x72, and work will start next week.' the parents of a girl, born at their farm home west of town Monday morning. They also have twin daughters two years old. Edith Gardiner returned to Los Angeles Sunday after a short vacation at home. Dave Gardiner left Thursday to visit in Tennos- see. The Presbyterian Aid Harvest supper which was to have been held last Saturday was postponed till next week Wednesday evening. A son wae born to Mr. and Mrs. George Lau last week Tuesday. Mrs. Lau and baby are at the university hospital at Iowa City. Jesse Stoddard was taken to Iowa City Thursday for medical treatment. He has been in poor health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Vaughn and baby, Des Moines, spent Sunday at Jesse Stoddard's. Mrs. Peter Thompson visited Mrs. Geo. Henna at Fairmont, Minn., Friday. PEERLESS Coal (Oiemacol Processed) We have cars arriving weekly now. Fill your bins at the present low prices. -Call us for -Stoker Coal Prices. Botsford Lumber Co. Watch for the Orange Colored Trucks Flood Waters Over Road to Irvington Irvington, Sept. 21—The highway west of Irvington, which has been closed to traffic, because the river covered the road and the surrounding land from the Seip farm to the Lonning farm, is still .officially closed,/ but some cars and trucks have been going over. The water was still running-board deep on cars Sunday, but has receded some since. There are no deep holes in the road, but it is very rough where .gravel and earth have been washed away. The road will be repaired as soon as the water leaves. Other roads in this vicinity which were washed | out on a smaller scale are now j being repaired. 1 Baby Breaks Collar Bone. Armstrong, Sept. 21—Cheryl Kay, year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gaarde, fell from her bed and broke her collar bone one day last week. P * Y Y 0 U SEE M 0 R F HATS BY ^L J \lew —i STEAL THE STYLE SHOW. TH'E PEBBLE THE SPORTABOUT SEE BUNCHARD PLAY BALL ON ALABAMA TEAM Lone Rock, Sept. 23—J. M. Hlanclmrd, son Eugene, and Leon Lnrson returned Sunday evening from Selma, Ala., where they saw Donald Blanchard play baseball. Mrs. Donald Blanchard returned here with them. Itirthdny Party is Given— A birthday party was held Saturday evening at Henry Schroe- clcr's honoring Mrs. Schroeder, Gerald Wiener, and Hans Klindt, and "600" was played. Attending: the Carl Wieners, H. A. Wieners, Doris Gerhart, the F. F. Schroed- er.s, the Roy Chrischilles family, nnd Mrs. Martha Chrischilles, all of Fenton. Roy Chrischilles won high and travel prizes, Mr. and Mrs. Curl Wiener low, and Doris Gcrhnrt high. Former Teacher In Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stone, of Schenectady, N. Y., Harold Hcu- riksen, and n friend, Ottosen, called at the Charles Morris home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stone is the former Blanche Henriksen, teacher here last year. Vera Morris, teacher at Cowrie, spent Saturday and Sunday at the parental Morris home. ettgo Saturday evening. Anna Jeneen and -Roland Der- tidu, Aigona, Opcnt Sunday even- Ing at I. W. Nel&on'e. Many -from here attended tho Consorvatlon Him; Wntrrnielfln Party— The Fred Huack family held a watermelon party Sunday evening at their home. Attending: the William and John Leninger families, the Thomas Schuellers, Whittemore. and the Arthur Zuraachs, Lotts Creek. Hoy for George Longs— Mr. and Mrs. George Long are parents of an 8%-pound boy, born Sunday. Mrs. Long's mother, Mr*. Clarence Ackerson and Vfola Bierle are assisting there. Otlifir Lone ttocfc. Mr. ond Mrs. A. D. Newhrousli. daughter Grace, and the Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at John Nowbrough'8. Htimboldt. The former Newbroughs and daughter spent Saturday at Port Dodge. June Welsbrod, Fenton, and Milford Elbert, Whittemore,' spent Friday evening at Ralph Weia- brod's. Mr and Mrs. Welabrod wore Sunday evening guests at 101 win Crlfusanapp's, Ringsted. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. 'Nelson anil Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson attended the Spencer fair Thursday, i The Henry Knocks attended u week ago Monday, and the Ralph i ITurlburts Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mr.! and Mrs. A. A.'Krueger, Mr. andj Mrs. E. M. Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whnlen, Dolliver, were Sunday evening guests of the W. JJ. Cottons. I Tho M. 0. Richards family were : Sunday dinner guests at William 1 inilsborough's, Aigona. Mr, and, i Mrs. Richards and son Ralph spent j 1 a week ago Tuesday with Mrs. A.' >D. Richards, Aigona. | ' Giles I-Talloran, Reddick, 111., and Mrs. J. P. McMann, Joliet, III.,! rnmn Friday to visit at Hugh] i WnMi's. They arc brother and 'af." tor of Mrs. Walsh. j j The Theo. Jacobsens, Humboldt,' the Alton Hurlburts, and the May-; Innrd Kuecks, Whittemore, were) Sunday dinner guests at William I .Nelson's. 1 Tho Will Cliristensons attended I ,the Spencer fair Saturday, Ronald ! Christcnson returning here with : bis sheep, which he exhibited there. I Mr. and Mrs. Julias Paul, Lyml. ,Minn., and Mr. find Mrs. Alfred 'Peterson, Good Hone, spent Sun-j '•dn v ovpning at R. F. Hawcott's. j Roy J-lines, who accompanied the 'P. M. Christenson Polled Herel ford cattle to the Spencer fair, jcame home Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and i daughter Marjorie drove to Grln- |nell Monday, Marjorie entering Orlnnell college. Margaret Quinn, who had visited [at. Jack Quinn's last week, returu- jcd to her home at Bancroft. Sunday. I Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth returned! ' Sunday after a week with Mr. and | Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City. 1 Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and I j daughter spent a week ago Tues-1 day at Martin Jensen's, Aigona. } ! Lemuel Marlow and A. H. Hutch- i ! inson accompanied cattle to Chi- i •Sftf To men who are going ahead. We invite you to meet a man who can do good turn— your tailor. 1 , Good tailor-made clothes will help you in your climb to better position and better MAKE THAT KIND OP CLOTHES THEIR REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE 'HERE Steele's Clothes Friday, September 23 He will take your measures and show you, finest array of styles, colors and patterns you saw— not little swatches, but in the bolt-Va see how they really look. You'll keep your chin up in the suit he for you. You'll stand out from the crowd. It will cost no more than ordinary clothes—it i be worth far more to you. ORDER IT NC Ed. V. Price & Co. ought to be! Come i n A new DELICIOUSNESS that comes only from rs > !,« '>fi The SPORTABOUT. Combines rare good looks with unusual comfort in all-seaspn weight. In a color selection keyed to this season's smart sport togs. Easy on your pocket, too — it's only The PEBBLE. A smart new rough texture with the feel of velvety suede ... in the popular Mallory Nokabout style. Ideal for wear with the J new fabrics. ...... 5 Bolt styles "Cravenette" showerproofed for'lasting good boks. See them both, in all their handsome colors a£ 'S Clothes Tobin Cold Cuts Tobin Smoked Liver Sausage, rich, creamy nourishing, a treat in itself; tasty, tangy Bolognas, each with its own templing flavor; Tobin Luncheon Loaf, appealing to every appetite. Pqt them all together for a< varied cold cut plate that will have guests and family eagerly asking for more. S WOUNDED^ we ^ e b y the laud that produces pork and corn crops noted for their quality throughout the nation, we little realise vtot steps must be taken to secure that quality. Fertile land, good seed, fine farm nia- chinery, careful tilling are all needed, but it takes men thoroughly experienced to produce quality crops ivith all these aids. P roa «<: e MEAT PRODUCTS be possible were it not for the lite long wpf 1 ence of men whose ideaH»-to produce only U" finest quality weal product*, WbetlM* «*•, niAOtc n~-^ -1_1S_1- ' £f J ~ T» !.._»- SmOKl" I ~-w« HWMiiy meat proquct^, wnen meats ar<> .leliciou* S«uw«e j^roduet» Meats, Canned Menu or Fresh Pork, homeiv- cau be juetly prond of them'for they *$»* fine as those fou.ud at any »| |he breakfast » r dinner tableg of the natipn. r .,""" r~^7~~T» r* /""F wieat products rknlv'tku a. .- *•-. *"''. -» t / «••» used ,_--, _ _,,j now being made by The Tobin Pk h «WfH.ciWutpf^pork ^i»d beef are iw thrpu0ho!»t to i^^ Sausage Products. They are the kiml of j^ purity and whole 8 6meue 88 . ^t .tins wotw no! $£***** ^/^^^fcS*,^^ %S, uuiu not ' We never had anvriii™. «i siSiil SB this bei<** t I ANDEBSON'8 JACK SPBAT STOBE, Aigona, Iowa, HOOD'S L G. A. STOBE, Algona, Iowa. MOB & 8JOGBEN, Aigona, la, H, «, WHACH, Whittemore, la. e luiy, lP«w»y f *. « •iliSlMlW-l-* 1 * A, more, Iowa, 0 , st. Joe, Iowa, BROS. HE m PACKING CO., INC FT DODGE. IOW v . .. ^»

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