The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 26
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 26

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1956
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 24, 1956 LuVerne Man Weds Jan. 14 At Ceremony Near Renwick Lu Verne — A pretty winter wedding was solemnized when Roberta Joyce Klevcland of Goldfield became the bride of Richard Franklin Gronbach. Lu- Veine. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Kleveland of Goldfield and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach of LuVerne. The Rev. T. J. Severtson, pastor, read the double ring candlelight service at 2 o'clock Saturday, Jan. 14 at the Lake Lutheran Country Church of near Renwick. Mrs Eddie Bygness. Renwick. pianist, played a prelude of nuptial music. She also accompanied Rachel Pannell, Washington. D. C. who sang. ( The bride given in marriage by her father, chose for her gown a lovely creation of imported French rosepoint nylon tulle over satin. The rosepoint bodice was fitted with points of rosepoint at the neck. The floor-length skirt of nylon tulle had a chapel train and inserts of rosepoint lace whicli formed panels on both sides and front and back. The front panel was scquined. A rose- point lace and pearl trimmed head pirn; held in place her finger tip veil of illusion net. She carried a cascade of red roses with white ribbon streamers. Her only jewelry was pearl car- rings, a gift of the bridegroom. Diane Swan of Des Moines was the maid of honor. Miss Esther Fevold of Rolfe and Miss Neann Cron of Gilmore City, sisters of the bride were bridesmaids. Mary Blair, Superior. Wis., niece of the bridegroom was the flower girl. Jerry Gronbach of LuVerne, nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Earl Gronbach. L u V e r n e, served his brother as best man. James Mallory of LuVerne was groomsman. Ushers and candle- lighters were Russell Bygness. Goldfield, and Edwin Hunt of LuVerne. A reception following the service was held in the Masonic Hall in Renwick with Mrs Ole Tjelle dining room hostess. Mrs Kenneth Ritchie of Elmhurst, 111. and Mrs Gene Christensen of Canton, Minn, served coffee and punch pending the arrival of the wedding party. Mrs Gus Arne and Mrs LeRuy Hint/ of Sioux City poured. The cake was cut and served by Mrs Marshall Clancy and Mrs S. O. Bygness. Waitresses were Patsy Hooland, Doris Rasmussen, Ethel Rasmussen nncl Gladys Kiley. Kitchen hostesses were the Mesdamcs Paul Heggen, Joe Heggen, Edward Oppedahl, Alfred Rasmussen, Marvin Nerem, •Shorrill Oppedahl, Clifford Skiye and Miss Bertha Heggon. Mrs Kenneth Larson of Humboldl registered the "guests and the gifts were arranged by Beverly Nelson, Mrs Ray Sassman and Betty Oslbloom of Fort Dodge. The bride k; a graduate of thr Renwick high school. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Lu- Verne high school. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in LuVerne where he is engaged in farming. Out of town guests registered from Fort Dodge, Algona, Livermore, LuVerne, Eagle Grove, Lake Mills,' Des Moines, Clarion, Humboldt, Sioux City, Ventura, Rolfe, Gilmore City, LelancI, Bode, Garner, Britt, Bradgate, Canton, Minn., New Richland Minn.. Superior, Wis., Elmhurst, 111. and Washington, D. C., Hardy and Goldfield. New Arrivals Word has been received of the birth of a daughter Sunday, Jan. 15, to Mr and Mrs Jack Absher in Denver, Colo. Mrs Absher is the former Barbara Wolf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge and formerly of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Burtis DeNio became the parents of a daughter early Friday. Jan. 20 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. She weighed seven pounds and ii?ven ounces and has been named Holly Rene. They have a son Colin and daughter Hoxie. Mrs De Nio is the lormer Audrey Holmes, daughter oi Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes, LuVerne. Weds In Delaware Mr and Mrs Nels Jensen announce the marriage of their son A/2C Ntal Jensen to Margaret Housekneht at the air base at Wilmington, Delaware, Saturday, Jan. 7. Tnt bride and tier attendant wore ice blue satin and carried bouquets of deep pink carnations. The bridegroom and his best man were in military clot lies. A reception at the uasc followed the Cervices. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening in the Legion Building. _ In the absence of president and vice president, Mrs Lloyd Smith presided. Announcement was made of the mid-winter conference to be held in Des Moines, Feb. 12 and 13. The Kossuth County meeting to be held at Legion Hall in Algona, Feb. 14. Mrs Walter Engel gave a report taken from the Legislative Bulletin. After playing traveling bingo, refreshments were served by Mrs Earl Johns assisted by Mrs Dean Bowman. Friendly Club Parly The Friendly Card Club were guests of Mrs (Anna Hanselman Tuesday afterrfoon. Mrs Anna Blumer was a guest. Two tables of 500 was played. Mrs Hanselman served refreshments at tin- close of play. Good Will Club The Good Will Club were guests Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Otto , Ramus with Miss Emma Kruuse, assisting hostess. Roll call, How to entertain a sick child, was answered by fifteen members. Guests were Mrs Laura Meyer, Mrs Bertie C. Ramus, Mrs Dora Ramus and Janice Ramus of Algona. Mrs Ted Wagner, president, presided at the business meeting. The year book of meetings and programs was passed out. The entertainment was in charge of Mr/; Clyde Dudley and Mrs George Schnetzer. Refreshments were served the club adjourning to meet Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs Donald Clark at Galbraith with Mrs Roland Lenz, co-hostess. ; Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach had as guests, Mr and Mrs Wilford Berryhill, Mr and Mrs Willie Blair and daughters of Superior, Wis.; Mr and Mrs W. Dale Brayton and Jcannie of Nevada, Mr and Mrs Henry Hesse of Sioux City. They came to attend the wedding of Roberta Kleveland and Richard Gronbach Saturday, Jan. 14, in the Lake Lutheran church. Mrs Cecile Wermersen and son Richard Wermersen of Sioux Falls, S. D. came to the home ot their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs John Ramus Sunday eyen^ ing. Mrs Wermersen remained in her daughter's home. Richard went to St. Louis, Mo. to attend a convention in session there. Mr -and Mrs Elmer Hunt were the honored guests when a farewell party was given them Monday evening in the home of Mrs Nelle Biegger with Mr and Mrs Ervin Markman assisting hosts. About twenty-five neighbors and friends shared the courtesy. A gift of a purse of money was presented to Mr and Mrs Hunt. They leave now to make their home at Los Angeles, Calif.' Mr and Mrs Dennis Cm-roll look their daughter, Mrs Thomas McNeilly and Kathleen to Des Monies Tuesday where they took a plane for Houston, Tex, They went to join Mr McNeilly who was transferred there the last of December. He was promoted from the Fort Dodge La- bouatories to be manager of the branch office in Houston. Mrs McNeilly and daughter were staying in the home of his parents during the move. Mr and Mrs Edward Dehnert left by car Wednesday for Pasadena, Calif, to visit* their son Arlo Dehnert and family, also sisters of Mrs Dehnert. "Help me, too' Polio isn't Jointfte ;.'•• MARCH OF DIMES Give Generously When Your Kossuth County Calls At Your Door. Neighbor-Solicitor Mrs Anna Blumer accompanied by Mrs Jake Kubly, Eagle Grove. Mrs Henry Kraft, Ren- 'wick and George Kraft of Kaha- wha attended a funeral of a relative in 'Jeffry, Minn. Thursday. Mrs v'an Hapsen and daughter. Mrs Allyn Brink have returned from Rochester, Minn., wheri they spent several days with Mrs Hanson, a patient in the hospital there. Miss Emily l5evine of Woden visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of friends, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos accompanied Mr and Mrs Wayne Christopherson of Renwick and Mr and Mrs Elwood Geary of Corwith to Mason City. Saturday, evening, were guests at a dinner in Hotel Hanford, courtesy of Kayenay Engraving Company ol Mason City, for members of the Hawkeye Press Club. Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak have returned from three weeks spent in Tampa and Sarasota. Florida. They accompanied Mi and Mrs C.' O. McClellan to Florida and return by air arriving in Fort Dodge Tuesday. A group of friends of Woden gave Mr and Mrs Elmer Hun! a farewell party at their home Sunday evening. A gift of money was presented -to Mr and Mrs Hunt. The guests brought refreshments. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hunt were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Wigjn and family as a farewell courtesy. '" Mr and Mrs WiJson Legler' look his brother-in-law and sister to their home in Cedar Falls Wednesday They .went to bring them to LuVerne Saturday by the death of Mrs Phil C. Lichty, sister of Mr Legler and Mrs Watkinson. The general meeting of the WSCS held in the rooms of the Methodist church, Wednesday Jan. 18. A special service was held for new members. Devotions were led by Mrs Dale Zentner and lesson study was given by Mrs Bertie C. Ramus. General chairman, Mrs Lo.yd Larson presided at the meeting. Hostesses serving refreshments were the Mesdamcs John Voss Jr., William Goetsch, Edwin Marty, Clarence Krause, B. E. Martin and Myrtle Jordan. The USDA reports that agricultural production in every major world area in 1955-50 is exceeding the 1954-55 production. •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Ronald Weig, 12 months old n of Mr iind Mrs Ed Wcig was inspitalizcd several days at Britt ;ist week. Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan ind Paul of Towering Pine, 'ark Rnpids, Minn, spent several lays with the Hans and Paul Snsjens and other relatives here. They left for AHamonte Springs, ''la. to spend three months. Their daughter Karol is employed in Orlando. Fla. and Lois is a sen- ior at Britt high school. Young married^ folks of the Evangelical Free church met Monday evening, Jan. 16 In the George Seaberg home. A "spicy" article: A public school bus is driven by "Stu" and carries among its passengers "Pepper" Kicke, "Cocoa" Neidzel- ski and "Ginger" Lee. The Bauer International -Implement company held its grand opening on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 400 registered. The 3 door prizes were won by Ollie Foertsch, Louis Lickteig and Gene Am- dorfer. Methodist men spent several days last week converting the coal room at the church into 2 restrooms and have about com- r pleted the task. On Wednesday a group of women held a clean up party in their dining room and kitchen. New Year's supper guests Ai the George Seaberg home were Mr and Mrs Joe Skow and family, Jurgen Skow, Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm and Miss Jarla Clausen. The Wesley township 4-H boys Club met at. the Center School Saturday, Jan. 7 with all fourteen members, in attendance. Roll call was "My New Year's Resolution." Estimate feed budgets were made out. Elof Pearsons were hosts. Doan Women's Club met at the Doan church Wednesday, Jan. 18, with husbands as guests; 32 attended. Mrs Brian Asa of Algona showed pictures of Old Mexico taken last winter when the Asas went; on a guided tour through theft colmtfy, ; Mrs Henry Mertz arid Mrs Tom Ellespn served, lunch. , ; ; the Tuesday ClUfc and 'the Wesley Homemakera postponed for one week their January- meetings in order to attend the funeral of Mrs John Huff Tuesday afternoon, Jan. I 1 ?. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson spent Wednesday evening in the Lester Larson home. Helen Smith, daughter of Mrs Bridgett Smith .and the late Lawrence Smith, is now employed at the Iowa Electric Light and Power Company at Britt. She had been employed at the Bohannan ins. office in Algona. Hire 4 Or More? 3% Payroll Tax More than 11,500 Iowa employers «f from four to eight workers became newly subject to the State unemployment insurance law January 1, 1950 and \vill be liable for the payment of a three percent tax contribution to provide unemployment insurance for their workers, the employment security commission announced. An estimated 00,000 additional workers will be added to the nearly 400,000 now covered Benefit rights will be extended to these additional workers as soon as they have earned sufficient wage credits. The amount. of benefits is based upon the earnings of 'the worker, in no case more than S30 per week and not more than 24 weeks in a 12- month period. New firms coming urder the program will pay a tax of three percent on their payrolls, 2.7 per- ent to the state and .3 percent to the federal. What is known as a "status report" will be ilia. led to all known employers of from three to severf. workers as early in January as possible, the employment security commission said. Employers will fill put and return these forms, giving information as to type of business, number of workers and other required data. From this data the commission \ able to 'determine whethX <Tr"BKnot an 'individual employer- is liable under the law. In no case can' a new employer become subject to the law until he has had four or more worker;; in his employ for at least 15 week:; in 1956. After a firm has paid contributions for three years and has built up sufficient reserve in bin'. account, he may be eligible for a reduced rate. About one-half of the Iowa employers in 1955 paid no contribution tax because of having built up a sufficient reserve. Employers pay the entire cost of unemployment insurance, t'.vr commission emphasized; workers make no contribution. LUCKY Marian Selby of West Des Moines made his first attempt at deep-sea fishing recently, in Florida. In his first try, ho caught three prized sailfisn six hours. in Eleventh Monica Markman was j4i\vn rn:.ny courtesies the past week in hniiur of ht-r lltii birthday whu-h was Jan. 12. Pinner guests in the- home of her parents, Mi ''and Mrs Ervin Markmun Wefi- nt'.M.lay evening were her grand- niother, Mrs Amelia Smith, ht-r aunt, Mr and Mis Milton Will .uv.i friends, Mr and Mrs Paul -Kranz all of Fort Dod.ue. AfU-i Ui-Suiol Friday ten ul lit-r .nn! lii'it-uda iiL'iii llit> tilth and stxlh Ki'udc-s of tin.' Vernon Cun.sniidat- ed schi.H)l enjoy i. cl a pai't.v at h'. 1 .' home. Just For Fuu Club Ki»r Fun Cai'd Ciuij v.e.-t- ijuesis Tuesday in the home ut Mrs Robert Nielson. At pla\ o! 5(JO. honors, Mrs Karl Jantsen. Mrs Wjvnt" Warmbier and Mr.s i Gordon Gregory. 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