The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 10
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St. John's Aid Of Fenfon To Meet June 2nd ' v A , . Pen/ton —'The St. John's La- .•riioswjfWfl of Fenton will hold its lognlar 1 mooting June 2 to 2:30. .Hostesses, will be Mesdames C. O.'.frHe&sffpld, Lester Tlieesfield and Lloyd Suncle. Tho St. John's L. L. L. met Tuesday evening. Rev. A. E. Kruso, West Bend, was speaker. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. C. Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bierstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. F.rvin 'Borchardt. Leave for Chicago Mrs. Kenneth Halversoh left last Thursday morning for Chi* oago, Where she will visit a couple of days. She will return to Fenton Saturday with Mr. Halverson, who will be here for the weekend. Infant Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller had their baby baptized last Sunday. It was named'Lowell Roy. Sponsors Were Franklin Mueller of Fenton and Mrs. Ed Leib from Algona. New Luedike Son Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke are parents of a 6-lb. 8-oz. baby boy born at the Kossuth hospital. The baby will be named John Herman. Waison Baby Baptized Mr. and Mrs. Roland Watson had their baby baptized last Sunday. Sponsors were Lorraine and Harold Gramenz. A dinner ; M LIFT-ALL PUMP, ATTACHMENTS AND CULTIVATOR CONVERSIONS FLEXIBLE LEVER HARROWS (Galloway Typo) KEWANEE HARROWS GATERMAN WINDROWERS I.H.C. 7 FT. FIELD CULTIVATOR 2-14 HIGH SPEED SLAT BOTTOMS (ONLY) J5-FT. WIDE TYPE TRACTOR DISC HARROW 5x10 FT. WAGON BOXES Priced to Sell USED K6 INTERNATIONAL 2 TON TRUCK 176'in. W.B. — Bargain Price 1937 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR PRICED TO SELL INTERNATIONAL FREEZER 11 Cu. Ft.__$395.00 4Cu. Ft $235.00 Immediate Delivery International BALER TWINE New KBS-6 lnternation'1 TRUCK With 2-speed Axel and 176 in. wheel base. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Walt and Deb Hall COMMERCIAL ST, Phone 52 PONTIAC held ftt the John, home with Mr., fthd Mrs. Ray tletz of EstherVllle aftd Mf. and Mrs. Ray Watson of West Bend attending. '•Wtf " * ! ^?f?\3'' Y l At Emrn6t«butg Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, and Mrs. K. Halverson attended the funeral of Clarence Edwards at Emmetsburg on Wednesday afternoon. Edwards was killed in a car accident early Sunday morning south of Emmetsburg. He is a nephew of Mrs. A. E. Nelson. Maxlne Donohoe of Fenton will leave Saturday for Waterloo, where She plans to spend the summer. She will attend Hamilton Business college at Mason City next fall. Saturday evening guests at the Weber Yager- home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Clark, West Brook, Minn. Jim Hiatt will leave for Randolph on Saturday. He plans to spend the summer there. Olav Berkeland of Mt. Carmle, 111., was an overnight visitor at the Hertel Berkeland home. He is a brother of Mr. Berkeland. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod of Fenton spent from Saturday until Tuesday at Grove City, Minn., where they attended the wedr ing of Mrs. Weisbrod's cousin. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pviebe left last Saturday for Northern Minnesota, where they will spend the week. They plan on returning either Friday or Saturday. Lois Voigt of Fenton, who has been sick the past week with throat trouble, is now feeling better. ,2(04] Lunches Served, Seneca In School Year Seneca: The Seneca school .hot lunch committee met at the school Wednesday to finish the work for the year, canning and storing of the government commodities which were left over from the current year's program. The hot lunch project was very successful at Seneca this year. On the average about 1GO lunches were served each day with a total of 24,043 lunches strved for the year. The tvpe A nneal served each day, which consisted of meat and potatoes, fresh or canned vegetables and salads, desserts and milk. The cost of the meal was 20c per day. Supt. Wetzlcr took care of the buying of the foods and the reports. Thomas Cortes took care of meal tickets and the food was prepared by Mesdames Freclove Wiesbrod and Alfred Petersen. Additional '.student help • was available whe*n needed. The menus were made out two weeks in advance by a menu committee composed of mothers. In addition to menu planning they helped serve a turkey Thanksgiving dinner to the children, have baked cakes and candies at various times, and have meat and canned any Surplus commodities in excess of what could be used before any was spoiled.' Serving on this committed gratis were Mesdames Hans Thompson, chairman, Sheldon Merrill, Russell Kauffman, James Doocy, F. R. Hunt, Martin Wilberg, Otto Wilberg and Henry Lool't. Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Met The Riverdal'e Rustle?!]; 4JK club met at the homes tifrpftyllls Schoby Saturday, May 21; Nine girls and the leader Mrs. J. M. Patterson answered 'roll eall to "My Favorite Salad" Plans for Rally Bay Iricluded the election of Darlene Kohlhaas as candidate for county- office and Mary Jane Orlger as campaign speaker. Our club' will present a skit, "The Preserving Kettle" at the Call. State Park June 4. • The club chose Gloria Steele and Luella BormaWrl to attend IP mimmiSim tt\ thte 4-H camp' at Clear Lafc*e i« JUne arid kathryh KirBclt Will represent tfte club at the , toin at Ames in July. Mrs. Pat* terson read a list ,6f the enlfleS for Achievement Day ih AugUst and Gloria Stefele and Darlfitte Kohlhaas were elected to ouf demonstration' team. Directions for freezing foods and making jellies "were distributed. Dorothy Dillion was a guest, The next meeting will be at the home of Kathryn Kirsch oft June 16; 1948, Mrs. Anna Tietz Rites Wei At Whittemore ••• " Y 'u". i"-,:.i >l, ' ' i • Whiiiemore—Funeral. services for Mrs Anna Tietz, 67, were held Wednesday at 2 p. iru in St. Paul's Lutheran church, the .Rev. A. H. Render, of FairVille, officiating. Mrs. Tietz passed away at her home in Whittemore Sunday evening, May 23, after several weeks of suffering. Although she was an invalid the past 14 years, caused by rheumatism she was constantly in a wheel chair and her only care was given her by her daughter, Mrs. Martha Rentz, who lived here with her. Mrs. Tietz was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fe/dinand Potratz. She was born April 8, 1881, in the province of. Pom- merania, Germany, and .came to Iowa with her parents in 1888. They settled on a farrn southeast of Lotts Creek. .She received her instructions irr the Lutheran faith and was confirmed., by .the late Rev. William Faulstich of Lotts Creek, performing the Ceremony. Five children were born to this union, Arthur, Lakota; Mrs. John Gilford; Burt;' -Ernest, Ferdinand, and?' Norbert, v, Hurrt- boldt; and Martha Rentz, /• who moved with her brothers' arid wil keep house for them in Humboldt. Her husband died in May, 1935, and one sister, Mrs. Dietrich Cordes also preceded her in death. One sister, Mrs. Bertha Behnke, and two broth- drs, Albert and Richard PotraU, Whittemore, mourn her death. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery southeast of Whitte* more. Pallbearers were her six nephews: Herbert, Elvin and Martin Potratz, of Lotts Creek; Hugo Potratz, Fort Dodge; Paul Potratz, Whittemore; and Arthur Potratz, Cedar Falls, • : Bass Season To Open June First June 1st marks the opening of the fishing season on large and smullmouth bass, warmouth bass, sunfish. bluegill, and rock bass. Angling for these as well as all other protected species on which 'here is ,,in open season will be legal until November 30. The season on vyalleye pike, crappie, parch, white or silver bass, yellow bass, and northern pike opened May 15. Fishing for catfish has been legal since April 15, and the trout season opened on May 1. Several changes have been 'made in the regulations 'by administrative oi'der of the Conservation Commission. Length limits. have been removed on bluegill, crappie, warmouth bass. rpLk bass, trout, perch, white 01 silver bass, and yellow bass. Catch limits on large and small- mouth bass have bene reduced from eight pet'- day to five .with a possp; lion limit of ten. Catch Mrs. ?es.sie Waddcll returned Wednesday «. from Springville, where she had been with relatives several days aiding in the care of her brother-in-law John Waddell. •^ Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, a new job—all are< occasions for rejoicing as well'.as*for'-reflettion.'Sind- ne.w-'^sClrve'.•'• WhVffner Or Tio^alist of jTsdHtro^is ft the accomplishments_gf .the past can be either a hitching post or a signpost to a brighter future* Careful self-appraisal is often as revealing as T Stock inventory; But no matter what the goal, the ability to reach it depends on health. Your physician stands ready to take your physical inventory at any time. Why not seek his advice now? His suggestions cap, be relied upon for £ sound health program^ \ Registered pharmacists ate on dutyliT' your prescriptions;, : /-..^VI^B-.C.V _ PHONE AtGONA.IOWA PARTIAL ENGINE ASSEMBLY DIRECT FROM THE PRODUCTION LINE! New Cylindfr^fjptk Si^ew Pistons and Pins New Piston" Rings « New Connecting Rods N»w Valves and Valve Parti t New Camshgft New Crankshaft • New ' " . ,t t 9 .. . <t> *+;. - . , . ' Algona COMMERCIAL ST. Walt and Deb Hall PHONI Mr. ,fetef,' Wald'flin, has Been ill fit his hbffie.for Several days'. Mafvlft' setttUit is dpeftlng the fneastesi sea&j'h this year. He was duite ill oft Sunday ftight' with 104 wmpeifttutt?. • • • J&ale Fbley left from' caVroil Sunday evening for Portland, Ore., where she will, visit hef brother, Dh Jfcmes Fojey and family, for a ftWnth, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Poley ,tdok her to' Carroll. Mrs. Charles Bell entertained Friday 1ft hohor.of her daughter, Darlene'g 12th - birthday. 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