The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 48
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 Funeral Service For Miller, 65, Of Livermore Livermore — Funeral service for Orin Millor .who passed away Friday. Sept. 1C. following a heart attack, were held Sunday afternoon. Sept. 1H, at two-thirty at the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Paul Stevens conducted Ihe services. Burial took place at the Union Cemetery west of town. The Bogaard Funeral Home of Humboklt was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Henry Strunc, Jerry Stiles. Jerry Foreman Magnus Erdmann, Keith Logue Jack Ferguson and Donald Holmes. Mr Miller is survived by his wife and one daughter, Mrs Robert White of Livermore, and a sister, Mrs Maurice Bartholomew of Algona. He was 65 years of age at the time of his death. He had operated Miller's Corner Grocery store here since 1943. Have Fall Election The first meeting of the Frog Hollow Club was held at . the home of Mrs Phil Henderson Thursday afternoon with Mrs Jess Gergerson co-hostess. The old officers turned their duties over to the new officers who are Engaged To Cecil Ditsworth L. S. BOHANNON My brand new hat — there it goes floating down ihe river! It blew off while I was crossing the bridge. Now what! How about ihe fire and 'extended coverage' insurance on my home and belongings — it covers wind damage. Will it buy me a new hat? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. treasurer, .Top Mnda. Pictured above is Mary Ann Meier of Swaledale, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gus Meier, who will become the bride of Cecil Ditsworth, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Ditsworth of Algona, in a ceiemony that will take place Nov. 6 at the Evangelical Free Church, Clear Lake. | r president, Anna Hanifon; vice president, Mrs Bill Gergerson and secretary-treasurer, Mrs Jeff Ger- gCTson. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in visiting. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Auxiliary Has Dinner The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting and a pot luck dinner in the Legion Hall on Monday evening. Entertain Fun Club Mrs Norman Scott entertained the members of the Just For Fun Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Following a one-thirty luncheon auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Anna Altman, traveling prize to Mrs Francis Murphy, and consolation prize to Lena Altman. Mrs Hauck Entertains Mrs John Hauck was hostess to the 20th Century Club members at her home Tuesday afternoon. The meeting opened with a Bible quotation. "The Garage Door", and "Don't Tell Me Women Are Helpless," was given by Mrs Edna Goodenough. Mrs Joe Sanders, Mrs Clarence Helland of Bode, and Mrs Olaf Bruvik of Ottosen were invited guests Refreshments were served by Mrs Hauck at the conclusion of the meeting. 4-H Boys Elect The Livermore 4-H boys met at the home of Kenneth Schwendemann Wednesday, Sept. 14. The group discussed a cooperative sale follows: President, Norrriah Rutz; vice president, Phillip Gjerstad; secretary and In Television Zenith Spells Quality Quality in COMPONENT PARTS Quality in ENGINEERING Quality in PERFORMANCE Now On Display NEW 1956 This 21-Inch TV Set Completely Installed with Antenna, Rotor and Full Lightning Protection In Walnut BLOND and MAHOGANY Slightly Higher Kossuth Radio ZENITH Sales & Service Dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs Anna Berte home were Harold and Susan Bcrte, Merlin Allman, and Shirley Bird of. Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt were Sunday visitors with his brother. Herman Vaudt in Whittemort and with his sister, Mrs Louis- Wehrspann in Whittemore. Mrs Wehrspann is on the sick list. Florence and Pete Sweeney were Sunday visitors at the Bil' Qually home in Humboldt and got acquainted with the Qualjy t new daughter. Mr and Mrs Lee Wilson arid their granddaughter of Kansas City and Mrs Wilson's mother. Mrs Herman Voldberding of Dike were Sunday visitors at the Mrs Maude Wilson and Ray Wilson homes. Agnes Berte spent Monday with her grandmother, Mrs Susan Berte, in St. Joe. Invitations have been issued for a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs Charles Chaudion, the former Northa Smith, at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Charles Glaus, Mr and Mrs Francis McLaughlin and Mr and Mrs Joe McLaughlin visited the Grotto at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs Johanna Smith home were Donald Smith, Mr and Mrs Albert- Bordwell and Karen, Mr and Mrs Karsten Kvitli and son, Mr and Mrs Milton Armstrong and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and daughter and Mr and .Mrs Clyde Smith. Donna Lareon visited over Sunday with the. Rev. and Mrs Lueche and family in Ft. Dodge Her sister, Virginia, accompanied her brother, the Rev. Clifford Larson, and family to Barnes, Kan., for a few day's visit. They will both spend the remainder of the week here before returning to Washington, D. C., where they are employed. Mr and Mrs Jerry Stiles and family spent the weekend at Amboy, Minn., visiting Mrs Stiles parents, Mr and Mrs John E. Meurer. Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith and Mrs Lizzie Nygaard attended the funeral services of Mark Alexander, nine-week-old son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Alexander, at the Lutheran Chureh in Bode Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs William Murray were business callers in Eagle Grove Saturday. Mrs Howarjd McCrady and daughter, Margaret, Mrs Alfred Smith, and Mrs James Lempke attended a shower at the Mrs Jenny McCrady home in Fort Dodge in honor of the infant son of Mr and Mrs: Junior McCrady. Mrs James Lempke attended a miscellaneous shower at Thor in honor of her • sister, Mrs Carl Bralmiller a recent bride. Mr and Mrs Leslie Jensen and Karen Gordiner motored Ruth Ann Jensen to Des Moines where she entered college Monday morning. Mrs Howard McCrady and Margaret visited Thursday at the Andrew Neilsoh home in Ventura. They %yere Wednesday visitors at the Mrs Ernest Beckendorf home in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Joe Kenne of Irvington were recent visitors at the Ralph Kenne home. Mr and Mrs Gus Bosallis of Storm Lake visited Sunday afternoon and Monday morning with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Lenertz. Mrs Merle Nedlson of Spencer visited last week at the Donald Armstrong home-. She is an aunt of Mr Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Art Askland of Ft. Dodge and Mr and Mrs Leonard Brandt and son of Webster City were Sunday visitors at the Otto Andersen home. Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann attended open house at the John Thilges home in West Bend Sunday in honor of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Thilges. Margaret McCrady of Great Lakes, 111., who spent a three week's vacation here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady, left Thursday from Boone for Calif., where she will now be stationed. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kenne were recent visitors at the home of Mrs Kenne's sister, Mrs Jackson, at F.mirtftsburR. Mrs Kenne's nephew, Michael Jackson, underwent surgery for a ruptured appendix, but had returned home from the hospital. ff Dinner guests. Sunday at the John O. Hansen ifcme we/fe Mrs Solomon Krass and two sons of Goodell and Mr and Mrs Gerald Hansen of Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Nick Klein received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Ronald Dilt at Yuma. Ariz., Sept. 1. Mr Dilt is a nephew of Mrs Klein. Mr and Mrs Knierim of Des Moines visited Saturday aftd Sunday at the Vernon Kramer home. Mrs Knierim is the former Marjorie Kramer, sister of Vernon Kramer. Mr and Mrs John Kruell of Spring Valley, Minn., spent the weekend here at the Henry Monson home. Mrs Kruell is Mr Motion's sister, Mrs Anna Monson of New York, who has been visiting at the Monson home, accompanied them home. She 1 also visited a 95-year-old aunt, who lives in a convalescent home in Urbana, Minn. Mr and Mrs C. E. Weiss of Beaver Township were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs Marvin Gronbach. Mrs Nellie Newsome and Tillie Hansen of Fort Dodge and their uncle, Charles Loelfcher, of Dubuque, were Sunday evening visitors at the Edward Hansen home. . •; Mrs Francis Howell of Rutland spent a few days last week visiting at the Mrs Mae Reeves'.home. Tuesday they and Mrs Leota Mitzven of Bode visited Mrs O. J. Johnson of Humboldt, who is recuperating at the Robert De Smidt home in Fort Dodge following surgery. Guests Tuesday evening at the Gerald Sprong home in honor of the birthdays of Darwin ano Connie Sprong and Billy Shaeffer were Mr and Mrs Ernie Shaeffer and three children of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Harold Morey, Mr and Mrs Walter Bell of Whittemore, Marvin Bell and Dorothy Butts of West Bend, Bill Bell and John Bell of Whittemore and Mrs Frank Sprong and Sandra Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg accompanied Mr and Mrs Dwain Benge and family of Bradgate to Eagle Grove where they were dinner guests at the James Noonan home. Mrs Noonan is the daughter of the Underbergs. Guests Sunday at, the Mrs Frank Sprong home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kopenhover and son, Mr and Mrs Walter Halstead of Oran; Mr and Mrs Joe Murray and two daughters of near Lake City and Bobby Murray of San Francisco, Cal. . Mr and Mrs Francis lin and son and Mr and McLaughlin of Fonda were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Glaus home. Mrs Francis McLaughlin is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Claus. Oct. 28 Annual ~ F-B Meeting The Kossuth County Farm Bureau Annual meetilig will be held on October 28th, the place to be announced late'r, •Herbert Pike of Whitin£, Iowa, will be the guest speaker. Mi* Pike has just recently returned from a tour of Russia and will bring a message of great interdst to the people of Kossuth county. At this Annual meeting, the final, reading of the resolutions will take place, if anyone has not attended a host meeting or a township meeting to voice his opinion, they may do so at this meeting.. Election of officers, to serve as County officers for Kossuth county Farm Bureau for 1956, will be heJd at this annual meeting. A dusting box in the poultry hojuse is a good way to prevent lice and mites. CURRENT EARNINGS CASH OR COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUAUY A 38 year Old Algona Institution Assets Now Over '7,500,000. increase family income... FALL At Indianola, Lester Beck is j-ecoyering from a concussion occurred when he fell from a farifi tractor. 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