The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1943
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•• ^;-"Mr f i. «^f 7 ^ j • >; , J vl , •* \<tfc - %•< • " »' i vi fhi Affdtia Upper ttea Moln**, Al****, tewi, July 1,1943 PRESBYTERIANS TO INSTALL NEW PASTOR, LUVERNE LuVerne — A Joint installation service to install the new pastor, Henry Schmidt, of the Presbyterian church, will be held Sunday evening, July 4, at 8 o'clock p. nt. In LuVerne. Rev. Richardson oil Algona will preside; Rev, Schneck of Rolfe will preach-the sermon; Rev. Figge of Burt will deliver the charge to the pastor and Rev. Eckhas will give the charge to the congregation. There will be music by the Liverriiore and Lu Verne choirs. Betty Olmler, who is working in Des Moines, is spending her vacation at her home here. Charle's Hanselman, who is stationed at Camp McCoy, Wis., is enjoying a few days furlough at his home here: Mrs. Jack Vaughn and daughter, Sharon, of Des Moines, came Sun- day'for a Week's visit with relatives and friends. John, James and Allen Crocker, of Chicago, arc visiting at the home Of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist. Cecil Huff, whp has been working in Mitchell, S. D., the past few weeks come Friday for a visit at his home here. Pvt. Chas. Hanselman, of Camp McCoy, Wis., is home on a seven day furlough, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Hanselman. Pfc. Walter Hintz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hintz, arrived Sat- tifdajr for a 12-day furlough. He is stationed at Camp Van Dc-.n, Mi**. Christian Junkefinelet of Austin, Minn., and sister, Mrs. Louise Walk of Northwood^flire 1 visiting at the Fred Frltzemeier home this week. Loreh Cook of West ties Moines and Phyllis Hanselman of darner, have been visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman. Mrs. Robert Griffith and son, Hal," left Monday for : their home in Lexington, Ky., after visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Henry Willey left Friday for his 'home in Tacofna, Wash., after spending several days here looking after his farm, tenanted the Ed Behkendorf family. by Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and son, Loren, of West Des Moines visited Friday and Saturday With Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman. Loren remained for a longer visit. Mrs. D. J. Christiansen of Renwick held a recital Thursday eve*- ning at the Methodist church in Renwick. Those participating from LuVerne Were Marilyn Hefty, Sally Shirk and Arlene Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius G. Studer received a telegram from their son, George, last week congratulating them on their 30th wedding anniversary. George is now with the armed forces in North Africa. Mrs. Keith Keipp and children of Moline, 111., visited the past week at the parental Emily Guy home. Mr. Keipp came Saturday and he and Mrs. Keipp went to Minnesota, to visjt friends. The children stayed with their grandmother during their absence. . HEAVY RAINFALL AT LAKOTA SUNDAY DOES CROP DAMAGE Lakotd—A very severe Wind, fain and electrical storm hit this vicinity Thursday night at about 10 o'clock and It is reported more than 6 inches of rain fell. The storm damaged gardens and corn fields especially. On account of the rapid growth of vegetables and corn they were badly broken and beaten into the ground. Another severe storm hit here Sunday afternoon with heavy wind and rain and the heat for the past ten days has been intense. Rainfall Sunday was estimated at about 10 inches (more or less). Tile are overflowing and the ditches are full of water. The Luther League recently elected officers as follows: President, Fern Stenzel; vice president. Melvin Engelbarts; secretary and treasurer, Clarence Schwartz. Donald Clapper took his aunt, Mrs. 3, R. Worley to Wesley SaU Urday morning, where she took a bus to her home at Mason City after a few days visit at Lakota. Mr. ahd Mrs. Roy Farringtoti of Forest City, Clemans of Mr. and Titonka Mrs. Bob and Mrs. Emma Smith were Sunday night supper guests at Mrs, Emory Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau spent several days last week at Iowa City, where Walter went for a physical check-up. Henry Mitchell had charge of the hardware business during their obsence. Cyrus Renshaw drove up from Mason City Sunday and took his wife and little daughter home following a few days visit here with friends. Mr. RenshaW is a former telephone lineman and Mrs. Renshaw was telephone operator here. OVER 100 OF JENSEN CLAN HOLD REUNON AT RINGSTED PARK SUNDAY THERE'S INSURANCE IN One Dollar Is A Very Small Price to Pay to Help Launch the Shangri-La Against the Japs, So Everyone Buy at Least $1 in War Stamps! $5000 Is Algona's Share In The Shangri-La Ship WE HAVE STAMPS FOR SALE Coast-to-Coast Store Seneca—About 104 of the Jensen clan gathered at the Ringsted park Sunday for the annual family reunion. A picnic dinner was enjoyed after which a program In charge of the president, H. E. Jensen, was given. Rev. A. P. Anderson, Ringsted Lutheran pastor, led in a short meditation and remarks after which Dorothy Jensen sang "When the' Lights Go On Again." Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen, sang "The Marine Hymn," after which Madonna Doocy gave a baton twirling number. Mrs. James Doocy then sang "Coming In On a Wing and a Prayer." Prizes Presented Perry Jensen then gave a brief report of the boys in the service. Following this corsages were presented to Mrs. Julia Hansen, Mrs. Martin Jensen and Mrs. Christina Jensen for being the oldest wo- men'present, the latter being the only great grandmother present. A. war stamp boutinnaire was presented to Martin Jensen and J. M. Jensen for being the oldest men present. The youngest girl present, Judith Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen, was awarded a war stamp corsage, as was Joey Jensen, son of, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, for being the youngest boy present. The program closed with group singing. Officers Elected The business meeting was in charge of President H. E. Jensen. Election • of officers resulted as follows: Helmer Hansen, Bode, president; Millen Jensen, Seneca vice president; J. H. Jensen, Fenton, secretary and treasurer. The program committee, Mrs. Vernor Jensen, Mrs. Frank Schreiber and Ralph Jensen. Food committee Mrs. H. N. Wilberg, Mrs. George Jensen and Mrs. J. H. Jensen. Many Present Among those present were from Ringsted, Messrs, and Mesdames Martin Jensen, J. M. Jensen, Linus Jensen and family, George Jensen and family, Ralph Jensen and family, H. N. Wilberg and family, Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. Jas. Petersen. From Fenton, Messrs. and Mesdames P. H. Jensen, Millen Jensen and family, Martin Wilberg and family, Lester Jensen and family, J. H. Jensen, Vernon Jensen Jensen and and son, Mrs. Christine Mrs. Anna Osborn. From Bode, Mrs. Julia Hansen and daughters, Minnie and Laila, and Helmer Hansen. Present from Bancroft were Messrs, nad Mesdames Fred Jensen and Leo Lampe and family. From Swea City, Messrs, and Mesdames James Doocy and family, O. A. Jensen, Virgil Jensen and family and Maynard Jensen and family. From Armstrong, Messrs, and Mesdames Lloyd Helgason and family and Lorenzo Helgason and family. From Algona, Messrs, and Mesdames Martin A. Jensen, Wendell Jensen and family, H. E. Jensen and Frank Schreiber. From a distance were Dr. Perry Jensen of George, Iowa; Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Krause, Cherokee and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Petersen of Mason City. Mrs. Ralph Mellam, Northgate, N. D., came the farthest distance and Mrs. Jennie Jensen had the largest family representation in attendance. FIVE CONFIRMED ATFA1RVILLE CHURCH SUNDAY Fehton—A class of five were confirmed Sunday at the Fairville church. Members of the class were Carmen Miller, Verona Schmeling, Vincent Votteler, Lyle Haack and Merlin Madsen. Dinners held in honor of the confirmants were as follows: At the Wm. Miller home guests included Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder and small son, Bert, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley and Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Ted, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wegener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn and family, John Wegener, Mrs. Caroline Hartman and Verda Elmers. At the Erwin Schmeling home guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reidel and son of Burt arid Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmeling of Cylinder. At the Herman Haack home dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haack and Beverly. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Biersted and Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and family. PRE-NUPTtAlTsnOWEIt fOR MARGERY BROWN FRIDAY Miss Margery Brown was honored at a shower Friday afternoon at the Methodist church. The program consisted of a poem, "The Sorry Hostess," read by Lavon Madden; a duet^ "The Sunshine of Your Smile," 'sung by Lavon Madden and Frances Halvorsen, with Mrs. Joe Madden at the piano. A musical story, "The Romance of a Bank Clerk," was read by Mrs. \ A. H. Meyers and the music played by Lavon Madden. A skit, "Over the Clothes Line," was given by Jean Wllberg and LaVonne Bailey, who were dressed as colored folks. The honoree then opened her many gifts and lunch was served. S«« >^" = IN CRISP SEERSUCKER and SPUN RAYON .. . TWO SENECANS INJURE FINGERS • Seneca—Howard Richards suffered a severe laceration of a linger Sunday morning as he was attempting to sharpen a razor blade. It was necessary that a physician dress] the wound anjl stop -the flow of' blood. Robert Halverson also suffered injury to a hand as they were shelling corn last week Thursday. Re was using a wrecking bar to pull a. nail. The bar slipped and took the .end off of the little finger on his left hand. He also made a hurried trip to a physician. You not only Insure your family's comfort next winter... but release rails for important troop movements . . . when you order your coal now! It may be too late to get all the coal you need for safe heating if yon put off ordering until Fall; and even now your coal order may be delayed for Uncle Sam has the only priority rating on transportation facilities! However, by ordering now . . . you are assured of obtaining coal before the cold weather sets in. We haye yarions grades of hard and soft coal that make for maximum heating efficiency. Our prices are thrifty and yon get the best grade quality coal when ordering from us. Call 229 today and start filling your coal bin now!;0ur courteous,driYer will deliver your coal as soon as possible. F. S. Norton & Son Brown and' her mother, Mrs. Fred Brown, left Monday for San Diego, where the wedding will take place soon. Cpl. Albert Hewitt is stationed at San Diego in the ground crew of the army air corps as teletype mechanic. Mrs. C. C. Voigt also accompanied them and will visit relatives there. VOTTELERS HAVE TWO SONS NOW IN ARMED FORCES Robert Votteler left for Des Moines Saturday to report for induction into the army. He enlisted for active' service in the reserve corps and Monday morning was inducted, t^o huhdf*d.*nd > medics were id be BUpd'ltt the army at Mvy/Md fidbl „ listed in the\a«fny, THA,B*tt**'Mr1 received said he would fie 1 sent fi» Iowa City from Des Moines aotns,; time this week. _, , , •;,, This is tbe Vottelers secftttd dttrt^,- to be in the irmed fortfeg. Ervlft , left in June aftd is stationed tit ', Camp Peary, a naval training sta* t tion for Seabees at willlanubufg* Virginia. 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