The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algotta, Iowa, October 21, 1943 HENRY JANSEN OF IMOTA BURIED TUESDAY, OCT. 12 Lakota: Funeral services were held for Henry Jansetl at the Presbyterian church Tuesday, a week ago, with Rev. E. O. Sauer in charge. Burial was in Maple Hill cemetery. Mr. Jansen was born in Grundy county Sept. 17, 1875, and passed away Oct. 9, 1943. He was united in marriage in 1902 to Miss Jennie Buskar, of Bayville, 111. She preceded him in death Jan. 12, 1919. Left to mourn Ms passing is a son, Eugene, and a brother John, the latter of Kamrar, besides a host of relatives and many friends. The Harry Warburtons, Elmore, were Sunday business visitors in Lakota. John Walterman is in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where he is taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Sunday afternoon visitors with the Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Gorte, Armstrong. The Clarence Edwards family of Lakota and the Adolph Friests, Thompson, were Sunday visitors with Clarence's brother Eli and family near Elmore, Minn. The Lutheran women served their annual chicken supper at the church Saturday evening and a crowd of about 200 were served and the receipts were $116.00. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Johnson spent the week end at Thompson with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ingebritson. Her brother, Cpl. Palmer Ingebritson, who is stationed at Omaha, came home Sunday morning fcir n week's furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams were called to Emmetsburg Thursday evening by the critical illness of Francis' mother, Mrs, O. D. Adams, who suffered a stroke effecting her throat, eyes and other parts of the head. Mr. Adams died about two years ago and they raised six sons and one footer son. s — George Sauer entertained 10 little friends Friday afternoon from 4 to 6. Guests were Billy Beemer, Gerald and Gwendolyn Bierstedt, Keith Hertzke, Rodney Heetland, Geraldine Jansen, Jon Smith, Donald and Roger Rippentrop and Karen Spear. Entertainment was games and prizes and lunch with a two tier cake, cocoa and ice cream. The event was in celebration of George's 5th birthday. Verna Klocke, who has been employed at the A; C. Schissels for the past year, came home last week for a week's vacation at home. Monday morning her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Klocke, took her to Mason City where she joined Emma Callahan, Rockwell, and both girls left that day for Clear Lake, near Miami, Florida, where they will enjoy a vacation and later expect to find employment. Miss Callahan has lived wtyh the Dr. Pelz family and has been office girl for the doctor for several months. All Over the World Audubon corn is making its appearance in various parts of the world. Last week, word was received from a soldier in the south Pacific that among the supplies received was corn packed by the Audubon Canning company. A few weeks previously, similar word was received from somewhere in India. FORMER LUVERNE GIRL WEDS; WILL LIVE AT BADGER LuVerne: A quiet wedding was held Friday afternoon at the Lutheran church when Hildegarde Lothringer, daughter of Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, and Cecil Rosling, Fort Dodge, were united in marriage in a ceremony performed by the Rev. L. Wittenburg. The service took place at 4:30 o'clock in the presence of a few immediate members of the family. Miss Esther Lothringer served as bridesmaid and John Scharf, Fort Dodge, served as best man. The bride wore a brown suit with brown accessories and wore a corsage of gardenias. Her sister wore a green suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of roses. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Humboldt hotel with Mrs. Lothringar, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, Rev. and Mrs. Wittenburg, Nadine and Kenneth and the bridal party present. The bride is a former LuVerne girl, having graduated from the local high school. After her graduation she took a course in business and has been employed in a clerical position by the telephone company in Fort Dodge for several years. Mr. Rosling is manager of the Farmers Co-operative Elevator Co. at Badger and it is at that place they plan to make their home. Frank Gronbach'was a Chicago visitor last week. George Tiess of West Des Moines spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen spent Friday and Saturday in Des Moines. i The Vernon Consolidated school is having a week's cornhusking vacation. Arthur Rileys were Sunday dinner guests at Judd Berryhill's in Livermore. Shirley Dimler who is employed in Des Moines is spending the week at her home. Mrs. Fred Schmidt and John spent the week end with their daughter and sister, Bessie, in St. Paul. Gottlieb Hanselman, Charles Hinz and Walter Heft spent several days last week at Cass Lake, Minn. Mrs. C. W. Cote and two children are visiting this week with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Johnson, at Amboy, Minn. The Lutheran church day school has been having vacation this week while the teacher is attending a teachers convention. Mrs. Henry Pergande had as her guests this week her sisters, Mrs. Wm. Quilhot, Chicago, and Mrs. Albert Schwinz, Peoria, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and son Douglas, Storm Lake, visited his mother, Mrs. S. F. Phillips, and other relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf were LuVerne visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klawitter returned to Fort Dodge with them and spent the week there. Herman Hinz, Jr., suffered a broken arm and Harold Meyer a sprained ankle last week when they, with Max Meyer, had a runaway. Mr. Meyer was uninjured. Mrs. Roy Guy and small sons, James and John went to Moline Saturday evening to spend several days with Mr. Guy who is employed at the John Deere defense plant there . A number of friends and neighbors had a surprise birthday party for Fracis Sanford at the Sanford home last Wednesday evening. Cards furnished the evening's entertainment. A new quota on surgical dressings has come for LuVerne and work began on them last Friday. Anyone interested is invited to help on Tuesday and Friday afternoons and evenings. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, were Sunday guests at Jennie and Lottie Mason's. George Kabele and daughters, Frances Kabele and Mrs. Barbara Moseley, Goldfield, were Sunday dinner guests at F. I. Chapman's. Paul Will and Donald Kruse are the young men from the Lu- Verne community who are at home on furlough from the army this week. Donald has been stationed near San Diego, Calif., and Paul has been at Fort Lewis, Wash., most of the time since his induction. Miss Florence Godfrey came home from Thompson Saturday and on Sunday she accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson, Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and Miss Ruby Godfrey to Chapin where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Godfrey. She stopped at Thompson on their way home Sunday night. church Sunday afternoon. A group of visiting ministers from the district were present. At the close of the meeting a luncheon was served by the Ottosen Lutheran Ladies Aid. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Thelma, Mrs. Helen Campbell of Rutland, Lt. Russell Cooper of Dunnellon, Fla., were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Ernest Enockson home. Lt. Cooper left on the evening train for Chicago where he left by plane for Florida. The Ladies Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth John- son Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent sewing, for the Red Cross. Readers Digest was given by Mrs. Grace Struthers. Visitors were Mrs. Joe Dunn, Mrs. Knut Oppendahl, Mrs. Henry Lovig, Mrs. Geo. Struthers and Ruth, Mrs. W. Irwin, of Algeria, and Mrs, M. Christie of Humboldt. Expensive Chickens It cost Ross E. Klier, Newton, Illinois, $600 for killing three prairie chickens, according to the Clinton Herald. A justice court fine was set at $200 for each bird killed. TRACTORS FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT TRANSPORTATION WINDSTORM lOO/o Coverage ANYWHERE—ANY PLACE—DOING ANY KIND OF WORK Over 250 tractors already Insured in this locality. COST IS LOW L. S. IIOIIAMVOX PHONE 103 OVER S. & L. STORE 38-40-41 Ottosen Community News Here's your chance to choose, right here at home, from Iowa's finest stock of furs. The famous Cownie label stands for high quality furs, authentic styles and excellent values . . . assuring you of lasting pride in your fur investment. Prices begin at $77 and include federal excise tax ... convenient terms, of course. Factory expert here to aid you make advantageous selection. Saturday, October 23rd Second Floor KR€S€NSKY'S Le Roy Warby was a visitor in Rolfe Sunday. Miss Clara Olson is visiting in Chicago at the present time. Pvt. Paul Neilsen is spending a furlough with his wife here. Russell Reese of LuVerne spent the week end with his family here. Eugene Struthers visited Sunday with Lt. Ellis Struthers at Rolfe:. Mrs. O.' K. Olson "Is visiting at the Rasmus Olson home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Spurlock of Sutherland is visiting at the Ralph Cooper home. Mrs. Cliff Louder sang for the funeral of Mrs. John Severson at Rolfe Saturday. The Boy Scouts took a 14 mile hike to Whittemore Sunday. The scoutmaster went after them. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper and baby were Sunday visitors at the Alfred Jensen home at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Heriry Lovig anil Barbara were Sunday night visitors at the Roy Jacobson home. Mrs, Clarence Reese returned Monday from Rochester where she had received medical treat- men:. • • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hermansen and Arlen of Rolfe were 1 Sunday visitors at the L. J. Bremsen home. A number from the vicinity attended funeral services for John Buskirk at West Bend Monday afternoon. Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Cooper and children of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf, Richard and Duane were Sunday evening visitors at the Albert Opheim home at Bode. There will be Red Cross sewing every Tuesday at the school house. Everyone is invited to come in and help sew. A group of ladies from the Lutheran Ladies Aid attended a conference at the Lutheran church at Badger Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabor aud children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Larry were Sunday visitors at the Cecil Jolliffe home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voist, Rosella and Evelyn and Mrs. Milton Espe of Whittemore were Sun- day visitors at the Percy Watnur.i home. Funeral services were held at West Bend for John Van Buskirk Monday afternoon. He was the father of Jesse Van Buskirk, depot agent here. 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