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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - July 14, 1963, Albert Lea, Minnesota H a Jug Jess is a a it / a it psf my. A a in it a , v r aft Sjolie family a shown Here with the Rev. Mrs. L. James Sjolie who recently have moved to Wells Are their children Elsa Ruth four John Martin three and Sarah Elaine two. Pastor Sjolie was installed at the Good Shepherd lutheran Church. Round we go a new minister becomes acquainted at Wells by Margaret Aamodt Wells a in the process of getting acquainted with a congregation of More than 1,400 souls Are the new Good Shepherd lutheran pastor the Rev. L. James Sjolie his wife Sylvia and three Small children who came to Wells the last week of june. The Rev. Sjolie was installed As pastor june 30, actually filling the vacancy left by the Rev. Herman Schmitt nearly a year ago although the congregation has been served by an interim pastor the Rev. E. G. Stolen since last september and for several months was also assisted by the Rev. Arthur Lunow As interim pastor. The new Wells family comes from Kerkhoven a town of 664 people where pastor Jolee served As pastor of the Kerkhoven lutheran Church of 550 souls since his ordination into the ministry in 1959. Kerkhoven is situated in Swift county and is about to Miles West Northwest of Willmar. His ministry at Wells started with a Busy Day june 30. He preached sermons at both the 8 a. In. And to 30 a. In. Services. At the Early service he also officiated at his first infant baptism at Wells. At the second service he was officially installed As pastor by or. Edward a. Hansen Wilmar president of the southwestern Minnesota District of the american lutheran Church. A native of Madison where he was graduated from High school Sjolie taught in a Rural school for two years in the same county after taking Normal training. He then attended St. Olaf College Northfield and was graduated in 1955. He spent the next year in Germany teaching English at Rimback returning to enter the Luther theological Seminary from which he was graduated in 1959. His wife the former Sylvia Guldseth was born in peking China the daughter of or. And mrs. Gustav Guldseth. At the time of her birth or. And mrs. Guldseth were in peking to study chinese literature and language under the famous author peal s. Buck. Or. Guldseth practice Medicine in several different locations in China for to years serving As a missionary As Well As a physician. When their daughter Sylvia was five mrs. Guldseth and Sylvia with her two Brothers and a sister returned to the United states where they remained because of the chinese japanese War. They lived in Minneapolis until or. Guldseth returned. Then the family moved to Duluth where he joined the staff at the St. Lukes Hospital. Here Sylvia was graduated from Junior High school and then went to Canton s. D., where she was graduated from the augustan Academy senior High school. She attended the lutheran Bible Institute at Minneapolis one year and then took nurses training at Fairview Hospital and is a registered nurse. In 1956 she went to Europe to meet her parents who had spent five years in the Mission Fields in Tanganyika in Africa. Together t h e family toured Europe before returning to the United states. _ it was in St. Paul where the Rev. Sjolie and his future wife met about two weeks after they had both returned from Europe she from the tour and pastor Sjolie from teaching in Germany. They were introduced by a Friend who knew of their separate european sojourns. They were married at St. Anthony Park lutheran Church in St. Paul in 1957. Their three Small children include Elsa Ruth four John Martin three and Sarah Elaine two. Mrs. Sjolie has an interest in music. A cellist she played in the Duluth Junior symphony. She is Active in the work of the Church and the Rev. Sjolie says his chief interest is Parish ministry. Neither has a main Hobby or unusual interest. They Are at Home in the former our Savior s lutheran Church parsonage at 537 s. Broadway. The Jolies Are serving the newly merged our Savior a and first lutheran churches now known As the Good Shepherd lutheran Church. The former first lutheran Church parsonage recently vacated by the Rev. E. G. Stolen. Is now vacant. The main activities of the Church Are held at the former first lutheran Church which bears the new name. The former our Savior a Church now called the South unit of Good Shepherd. Is used for Church educational or sunday school classes and for meetings whenever necessary. Lunder lutheran women Honor their pioneers Pioneer women of the Lunder lutheran Church were honoured at the meeting of the lutheran Church women wednesday afternoon. Five of those honoured Are 80 years old or older. They Are mrs. Clara Hoyne mrs. Nora Rusley mrs. I. G. Moen mrs. Hugo Johnson and mrs. Gunda Narveson. Others honoured were mrs. Olga Gunderson mrs. Jessie Towne mrs. Alvin Overland mrs. Myron Perkins mrs. Sena Thompson and mrs. Addie Oberg. Mrs. Casper Nelson was unable to be present. Mrs. James Herth led devotions. The Rev. A. W. Sorensen Sang a norwegian song. Historians report was read by mrs. Alton Gayle. Mrs. Manville Hagen read a poem. Mrs. James Herth and mrs. Stanley Johnson gave information on Church publications. Mrs. Donald Hallum presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Parnell Oppegaard secret Ary and mrs. Clifford Hoyne treasurer gave their reports. Mrs. George Yocum and mrs. Clifford Hoyne were hostesses. Get to Gether club has picnic get to Gether club. Alden held a picnic on wednesday evening at the Alden Park. Those attending were or. And mrs. William Meyer or. And mrs. Walter abbe mrs. Henry Schaudt or. And mrs. Harry Duncan mrs. Amanda Frantum or. And mrs. Dallas Duncan Ruby Sweet. Or. And mrs. Harry Toenges or. And mrs. Bert Olson or. And mrs. Williann Toenges or. And mrs. Lester Young or. And mrs. Marvin Zeller and or. And mrs. Eienhardt Petersen. Mrs. Dallas Duncan will be hostess to the club at her Home july 26. Business women meet at Ellendale the Albert Lea business and professional women a club met wednesday at Kernie s supper club Ellendale. Following dinner at 7 30 p. In. The president Leonora Hise presided at the meeting and welcomed our two new members. Mrs. Byron Berg and Georgia Olson. It a announced that the August meeting will be guest night and All members Are urged to invite someone to be their guest at this meeting which will be held aug. 14. Michael s House of Beauty we specialize in All types of permanents for All types of hair. From $8�?T5 Complete open each evening a til 9 a phone for 3-7433 Skyline shopping Center Are you looking for special pictures with Beautiful frames something that will fit right into your decor we have a Fine selection for you to choose from. Books for Church libraries and Home Reading. A variety of childrens Bible Story books. Wedding invitations bridal bibles. We imprint on napkins and books. We have several tables of marked Down items for summer clearance. Be Book and gift shop 117 East main Strait sue Ann daughter of or. And mrs. Luther Wegner 900 Frank ave., weighed 8 pounds and 3 ounces. Born june 17. Michael Allen son of or. And mrs. Roger l. Broitzman it. I Glenville weighed 7 pounds and 94 ounces. Born june 19. Jon Earl son of or. And mrs. William t. Skellenger Lake Mills weighed 7 pounds and 124 ounces. Born june 20. Jon Edward son of or. And mrs. J. F. Blanchard twin lakes weighed 7 pounds and 64 ounces. Born june 28. Ranae Lynette daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Larsen 827 4th ave. S., weighed 6 pounds and 8 ounces. Bom june 29. Susan Ann daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Massop Mapleton weighed 9 pounds and to ounces. Born june 29. Lee August son of or. And mrs. John Redman Wells weighed 9 pounds and i ounce. Born june 30. Marie Therese daughter of or. And mrs. Donald a. Renchin Airport Road weighed 6 pounds and 4 ounces. Bom july i. Robert John son of or. And mrs. Helge Flim it. 2, Ellendale weighed 7 pounds and 6v4 ounces. Born j Ulm i. Bradley Dale son of or. And mrs. Roger d. Morreim Manchester weighed 7 pounds and 11% ounces. Born july 2. Engaged Laverna Ehler or. And mrs. Felix Ehler Ossian Iowa announce the engagement of their daughter Laverna to Jacob Nowak son of or. And mrs. Joseph Nowak of Wells. Miss Ehler is a graduate of the Rochester school of practical nursing and is employed at St. Francis Hospital Lacrosse wis. Her Fiance is associated with Greg and Jakes do service in Wells. First lutheran women meet first lutheran Church women met wednesday afternoon in Bethany Hall. Meeting opened with hymn singing led by Maurice Anderson. Devotions was Given by mrs. Yes Olson. I mrs. Mark Seliger introduced mrs. Russel Peterson mrs. Earl Christensen mrs. Roger Rick Heim mrs. Don Jacobson and their children in a panel discus j Sion on a glorifying god through family camping a and they also Sang two numbers. Mrs. W. Platt presided at the business meeting. Mrs. L. R. Lilja read the Secretary a report. Mrs. Barry Blackhawk had charge of the Nursery. Ushers were mrs. Harry Kelly jr., and mrs. Howard Hanson. Reception committee included mrs. Morton Mexell and mrs. George boy urn. Hostesses were mrs. John Brudos mrs elder Johnsrud mrs. Carlyle Johnsrud mrs. E. Edwardson mrs. Clarence West rum mrs. Gerald Woodside mrs. L. O. Mickelson and mrs. Arthur s. Hall. Alden couple entertain 55 a family gathering was held tuesday afternoon at the George Buendorf farm Home at Alden. Those attending from a distance were or. And mrs. Dale thisted and family of spirit Lake Idaho mrs. Fred Barth and Ricky of Rahway n. A or. Adrian Jenson of Alaska or. And mrs. Paul Wagner and family of Roslyn s. Also present were or. And mrs. Henry Katzung of Kiester or. And mrs. Philip Wegner and family of Walters or. And mrs. Hajen Seedorf and family or. And mrs. Donald Paulsen and family or. And mrs. Clifford Paulsen and family or. And mrs. Leonard Paulsen mrs. Curtis Schneider and family or. And mrs. Aaron thisted All of Alden or. And mrs. Irvin Christensen or. And mrs. Me riels Jensen and Allen Carol and Galen Christensen of Clarks Grove or. And mrs. Jack Paulson and Daryl of Ellendale Lloyd Henslin jr., Dodge Center and Paul Good Manson of Albert Lea. Following a social afternoon a picnic supper was served to the 55 guests. Wells vow units hold july picnic members of the Wells veterans of foreign wars Post and auxiliary and their families held their annual picnic supper tuesday evening at the old Golf club House in the town Park. After supper the children played on the Park equipment and the men attended the Ball games at the Park. The auxiliary members held their regular july meeting with mrs. Casper Cummings president presiding and mrs. Frank Evan Secretary reporting. Mrs. Evan mrs. Casper Cummings and mrs. Lucille Schroe Der reported on the lunches served at the midget baseball games. Mrs. William Gimberline mrs. Evan and mrs. Marilyn Beck reported on their attendance at the state convention. Mrs. Evan a past department president served As chairman of the resolutions committee and As Teller of the election committee. The group voted $35 to the rehabilitation fund for the next year. Membership dues were increased 25 cents to meet the National raise in per capita dues. Members voted again to have the unit carry cancer insurance for the group for another year. New members will be covered but do not pay for the insurance the first year. An intensive membership drive will be held in september. The next regular meeting will be held aug. 13. Good Shepherd Church greets new pastor a group of Good Shepherd lutheran Church members attended a reception wednesday evening at the Church Parlours to Welcome j the Rev. And mrs. L. James Sjolie and their three children. Ushers at the Church Entrance were Ken Bird Merlyn Babcock and Robert Hanson. The Rev. And mrs. Sjolie greeted All guests As j they arrived. Mrs. Edward this ius and mrs. Walter Schroeder i j were receptionists at the Church Parlours. Guests were registered by mrs. Richard Juhnke and mrs. Gordon Hansen. Pouring Coffee at the refresh-1 rent table were mrs. Harlan Buendorf mrs. Loren Myli mrs. Lester Biesterfeld and mrs. Or i Vin Christensen. The Lois Circle of the Church women had charge of the dining room the Sarah Circle had charge of the Kitchen. Refreshments were brought by the Ruth Hannah Mary Rachel and Debra circles. The Rev. L. James Sjolie has assumed his full duties As the new pastor of the Good Shepherd lutheran Church of 1,400 members. He fills the vacancy left by the resignation of the Rev. Herman Schmitt who left a year ago to serve a Church at Peoria 111. Until the Rev. Sjolie a arrival two weeks ago the Church was served by an interim pastor the Rev. E. G. Stolen since last september and part of the time by the Rev. Arthur Lunow together with the Rev. Stolen. Albert Lea Tribune sunday july 14, 1943freeborn class plans reunion Freeborn class of 1943 will hold a reunion july 20 and 21. The evening of july 20, class members will hold a social evening at the Golden Bubble Wells. The next Day a family picnic for class members and their family will be held at Freeborn Park. Those members of the class who will not be at the reunion Are asked to Contact Kernel Kun son Hartland or mrs. Aldean Brown 712 Amelia place Albert Lea. Don t order your bridal invitations before you Check the prices and All the advantages of buying your invitations. In the Walnut room North Side drug and gift shop open every weekday evening sunday 10 30 . To i . 2 . To 6 . James Brewer Marks birthday or. And mrs. Roland Brewer Alden entertained tuesday evening in Honor of the first birthday of their son James. Guests included his great grandmothers mrs. Martha Brewer and mrs. James Brewer both of Alden his grandparents or. And mrs. Cecil Tapp and or. And mrs. Theo Brewer both of Alden. Also Susan Seipp Alden or. And mrs. Wayne Miland Timm and Linda Albert Lea. Jimmy a sister Debra Kay participated in the party. Guide to Glam i by Mary Nordby of style mor Beauty Salon make up fashions constantly change. Some seasons emphasize the Mouth but today the eyes have it. Here Are a few p r i n c i p i e s of Eye make up which will show the a windows of your soul to the Best advantage. Eyebrow shape has a startling effect on your Overall appearance. Proper Eyebrow shaping will minimize Long noses make the eyes appear larger and freshen the expression of your whole face. Have your professional Beauty consultant shape your eyebrows in a manner Best suited to your face. Eye Shadow avoided by some women As too artificial is misunderstood. Tastefully applied according to the manufacturer a directions it will blend naturally into the design of your face subtly giving emphasis to your hidden Beauty. Shadows under the eyes can be very effectively combated by the application of Eye White. For the newest in All Beauty services. Phone 373-4580 red owls Early week Barbish buit 30 Days to get off to a Dansk Start july 15th to August 15th. Thirty special Days to Start your Dansk collection. This 16-piece starter set of award winning Dansk variation v regularly is priced at $34.95. Between july 15th and August 15th you can Purchase it for $29.95, and with this handsome mahogany cutlery tray for 99c. Dansk designs the Walnut room things Beautiful at the North Side drug and gift shop open every weekday evening sundays 10 30 . To i . 2 . To 6 . Red. Rich. Juicy plums 3-lb. Bsat. Red owl. Reg. Or crinkle Cut. Frozen French Fries Ideal for Quick serve Cook outs i la. Pkg. Burger slices cheese. Wisdom Kosher or Reg. Style Dill pickles. 6-oz. Pkg. It. J or store Mon tues a 8 to 7 urn Ioc. Wed., thurs., Fri. A 8 to 9 . Hours. Sat _ 8 to 6 put mgt prices Good thru tues., july 14 we Reserve the right to limit quantities. No sales to Dollart. Remember. Redeem the 8th week coupons from your Melmeck Coupon Melter

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