The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1956 · Page 27
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Services Monday For Late Editor of Renwick Paper By Lena Atlman - Livefmdr*»*-Leori W, Miller, 65, of Liverniore, former Renwick publisher, died at his home in Livermore Saturday morning following a lingering illness. Mr Miller published the Renwick Times at Renwick for many years. He retired about ten years ago and moved to Livermore.* Surviving him are his wife, Jessamine; a daughter, Mrs Harl Gimer of Renwick: and a grandson, Eugene Gimer of Renwick. A brother, Carl Miller of Aurora, 111., also survives. Mr Miller was born in Livermore, graduated from Livermore high, and learned the newspaper business in his father's office: He spent some years in the U.S. Navy, and after his discharge edited the Renwick Times. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Bogaard Funeral Home in .Humboldt. Pfe-Bridal Shower There was a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Friday evening it) honor of Joan Hollinger, who will soon be married. The evening was spent in playing pencil and paper games and prizes were awarded to Mrs Harry Rutz, Mrs John Tiss and Mrs Harry Rutz. The bride opened her many lovely gifts, assisted by Mrs Donald Andersen of Bradgate. Janet Martin was in charge of the gift book. Refreshments were served by the committee. Those oft the committee were Mrs Kenneth Howard, Mrs Hartley Mackintosh, Mrs Bert Schwendemann, Mrs Kenneth Layton, Mrs Ole Sittler, Mrs Ernest Raney, Mrs Rasmus Olson and Mrs Donna Lenz. Tea For Graduates The annual tea given by the Equality club for the graduating class was held Thursday afternoon, April 28, at the Presbyterian Church. The sixteen Seniors and their mothers were special guests. Mrs Carl Underberg, the club president, presided at the short program which was given. Mrs Ray Falb presided at the piano. Mrs Lucy Conley, club secretary, introduced each club member' and Supt. Lowell Cockrill presented the members of (hi; teaching staff, and Ruth Ann Jensen, class secretary, called the Senior class roll. Mrs Underberg welcomed the guests on behalf of the club and introduced the program. Is Club Hostess Mrs T. D. Rossing was hostess to the Deal and Chat club members Thursday afternoon. Auction bridges was the afternoon's en- terment. High prize for members •\yent 'to-Mfs-Leonard' Wilson* and consolation prize to Mrs Dori Jbhnsoii of Fort Dodge. High guest prize went : to Mrs LeRoy, Enger of Bode and corisolatipn prize to Mrs Donald Armstrong. Invited" guests were Mrs Rossing of Bode, Mrs Enger of Bode, Mrs Donald Armstrong, and Mr§ Stanley Seger. The John O. Hansens entertained Saturday evening in honor of their daughter, Mrs Lee Cantaleno and her husband's parents of Chicago, 111. Mrs Mary Colwell, who was appointed the Livermore past mis* tress took over her duties Monday morning. Mrs Francis Murphy has x acted as post master for the past year and a half." The Richard McKenna family, who have been living in the Claude Lawrence house in the northwest part of town, are moving into the Kate McKenna house in the south part of town. The Lawrence family, who have been living on a farm on the east edge of town will move back into their house. Mrs Nick Bormann underwent surgery Monday at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Marvin Gronbach, who spent the past four years in the navy and made a world cruise, received his discharge and returned home Thursday morning. " •Mr and Mrs Martin Miller left Saturday for their cabin in- northern Minnesota, where they will spend the summer months. Mrs Claude Lawrence and three daughters, Margaret, Maureen and Mildred were at Our Lady of Good Counsel church in Moorland recently to attend the wedding and reception of Patricia Colwell of Fort Dodge arid John Powers of Buncombe. Miss Colwell is a cousin of Mrs Lawrence. The Thomas Boyington family of Eagle Grove were recent dinner and * ! supper guests at the Claude Lawrence home. Mrs Dolores Christensen and three children were Saturday dinner guests at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach. Mrs' Ella Harwood of Clarion and her daughter, Mrs N. J. Weber of Forest City visited Friday with her sister, Mrs Cora Greenwood, at the Gale Berryhill home. Mrs Art Vaudt entertained at a surprise party Saturday afternoon in honor of the birthday of her daughter, Mrs Raymond Berte. The afternoon was spent in playing cards. . A pot luck luncheon was served. Mrs Berte received some nice gifts from her friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Vernon Stessman of Earling and Mr and Mrs Jack Stessman and son of Georgia spent Tuesday with the former's sfcteij,MMrs John /Bormarfn and family. Mrs Adeline Wagner, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Mrs Alvin Lenertz sjbent the day .Thursday with friends in Fort' Dodge. . D.iriner guests Thursday evening at the Martin Millef, home wefe Mr and Mrs fithel Smith bf Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs Culvert -Johnson and Mfs J. F. Htfmrii spent last week Wednesday in; Des Moines on business. Richard Grebnef, who has been stationed in Japan, has received his discharge and arrived at the Jbhn (X Hansert home, where his wife stayed with her parents during fiis absence. They will make their home in Humboldt. Mrs Alice Smith has been confined to the home of her daughter, Mrs John Mosford, suffering from a heart attack. Mr and Mrs James Lempke and family were Sunday supper guests with Mrs Lefnpke's par* ettts, Mr and Mrs Irvin Nessa at Thor. Mrs. Martin Miller was a dinner guest Sunday at the Ernest Logue home. Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Harold Gjerstad home. Mrs OsCar Olson, Mrs S. K. Andersen, Mrs Carl Underberg, Mrs Karl Baessler, Mrs John Hohenberger, Mrs Larry Wilson, Mrs Herman Larson, Mrs Anna Nelson, and Mrs Nettie Brovold went to the home of Mrs Mae Reeves Friday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs ^Reeves ,was presented with silver from her guests to buy a gift. Mrs Fred Hintz was honored at a party at the home of her sister, Mrs Allen Darby at LuVerne Saturday evening in honor of her birthday. Norman Scott and daughter Mary Ann have gone to Wisconsin for a visit with his son, Cecil Scott and wife. Mr and Mrs Paul Jarvis received word of the accidental death of their nephew, Jarvis Miguel, in Korea. He is the son of Mrs Claude Sheppard of Corydon. Mrs Sheppard is a sister of Mr Jarvis. Mrs Anna Jensen of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home of her son Leslie Jensen and family. John McKenna, who spent a month's vacation her,e with his parents, Mr and Mrs Tom McKenna, left Friday for California, where he will be stationed. He returned from Korea, where he spent 15 months. Rosemary and Susanne Berte of St. Joe were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mrs Anna Berte home. Bill Williams is a patient at a Fort Dodge hospital. Ed Reimers and son of Fenton spent Sunday at the Loren Holmes home. Mrs Reimers, who has been with her parents, Mr and Mrs Holmes, since Thursday, accompanied them home. Melvin Tyler of Greenwood, Minn, was a weekend visitor at the Fred Pooch and Phil Henderson homes. Mrs A.- J.. Andersen of -A? ia heiriv Calif, was a Weekend visi- (f you have the intelligent* to drive, you theuld have th« intelligent* to keep your light* on dim when in a town or city and when driving be* hind another vehiel*. Thursday, May $, 195$ Algeria (la.) Upper Oe« Me?n«-3 JtOtfli^ • - , r ,1' „,_ in -.--.. - --• " - ....- - -- iiiiiir i-i- i-f tor with her friend, Mrs Louis Gronbach. .. •» Mr and Mrs Robert "bevine and family of Omaha, Neb. and Mrs Mary Ann Thomas and sons Tom and John of Waukegan, 111., spent the weekend here with their mother, Mrs Bess Devine and their uncle, Frank Devine. Mrs Cloite Raephe of Florida spent the past two weeks at the Gale Berryhill home. She left Tuesday for Faribault, Minn., where she will visit. Mr and Mr£ Emrick and son of Ringsted were Sunday evening supper guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Haack and family. Mr and Mrs Robert Bormann and family of St. Joe were Wednesday evening visitors with her aunt, Mrs Lena Fuhrmann. Mrs Dave Fisher and son Harley were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Fisher home in Titonka. Mrs Martin Miller entertained a few friends at a card party at her home Saturday afternoon. After the playing of bridge refreshments were served. Mr and Mrs J. C. Kelly, Mr and Mrs Jerry Fpreman and Mr and Mrs' Jerry Stiles enjoyed a dinner at Fort Dodge Sunday Evening in honor of the birthday of Mr Stiles, Which was on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill attended a mail carriers party at Humboldt Saturday evening. ..Mr and Mrs Guy Roney and Mrs Oscar Olson called on friends |n Fort Dodge Monday afternoon. Guests in the Dennis Behounek home this week are Mrs Behounek's mother, Mrs John Taylor, and the latter's brother, Will Reading, both of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. They had been on a trip to California and planned their homeward trip to visit their daughter and niece. Nick Klein received word of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Gilbert Schreiner at Chicago. Mr .Schreiner is a nephew of Mr Klein. Dinner guests Sunday at the Alfred Smith home in honor of the twenty-eighth wedding anniversary of Mrs Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady Sr., w.ere Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady Jr., Robert McCrady and Mrs Johanna Smith. Mrs Kate Collins, Mr and Mrs Donald Collins and family, and Mr and Mrs Francis Collins and family were Sunday guests at, the Marvin Marlow Home jn Lone Rock in honor of the twenty-first birthday of the former's grandson, Merrill Mar* low. ff'sHereNOVW NEW- TUBILESS "toyol-T" 3.TRANSISTOR HEARING AID Operate* a month on oni Hi "A" batlery! No "B" battery. Cretler clarity I By Makeri of Zenith TV and Radio* DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING Algona Hotel TUESDAY. MAY 10 9 a.m. to 12 Noon Batteries and Service For Most Makes You Are Invited To Come In IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 16 Years 611 Fleming Bldg., D. M. Authorized Zenith . Hearing Aid Dealer ELCO Mr arid Mrs Francis Erpelding and family of St., Joe were Thursday evening visitors with his aunt, Mrs Lena Fuhfrmanri. Mrs Kate Collins and her brother, Prank ftiley,. returned home Saturday from Waterloo where they spent a week visiting. Frank Riley left Sunday for his cabin in Detroit Lake, Minrj.. where he will spend the summer. Mr and Mrs, Lawrence Carraft and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the Nick Klein home. Mr and Mrs Frank Reding were Sunday evening visitors at the Howard Weydert home near A\>- gona. Mr and Mrs Norman Rollins and family of Bode were Sunday evening visitors at the home of her brother, Roy Brown, and family. Dinner guests Thursday at the Elmer Gronbach home were Marvin Gronbach who returned home from service, Mrs Dolores Christensen. and three children and Mr and Mrs Robert Gronbach. Mr and Mrs Ed Northrup attended the funeral services of Mrs Northrup's mother, Mrs L. F. Perry in Otho, Friday afternoon at the Otho Methodist church. She is survived by her husband, three daughters and a son. She was 76 years of age. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT vssss/ssssss/sss/ss//////s/////ss///////^^^ Well-Drilling \k and Jeep-Ditching PORTABLE ELECTRIC POWER AND PRESSURE SYSTEM Contact Cletus F. Elbert PHONE 1313 1403 E. 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