BioA: Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Golden - 1978)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Miller, King, Schultz, Genteman, Oldham, Hagen, Grap, Kolano, Lambert, Noble

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/20/1978

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Golden – 16 April 1978)

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the Legion Hall in Neillsville, Saturday, with an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. and a dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Their original attendants Archie Schultz and Mrs. Walter (Peggy) Schultz, a sister, were present.

Mrs. Miller wore a figured jacket dress. Her corsage consisted of three burnt orange roses, surrounded by yellow daises and gold ribbon. Mr. Miller wore a dark suit and a burnt orange rose boutonniere.

Albert Miller and Mildred (King) Miller were married by the Rev. Lambert April 12, 1928. A wedding cake, which included a water fall was topped by a decoration made of white lace, gold net and white bells against a background of a golden “50”, surrounded by more white lace, pearls and flowers The Rev. and Mrs. William Noble gave the invocation.

Albert Miller was born in Whitewater in 1902 and attended school at St. Mary’s in Neillsville. Mrs. Mildred (King) Miller was born in Merrill and attended schools in Neillsville. She went to a country school, the North Side and High School. Both have lived in this area all of their life. The Millers reside on Route 3. Both still have good health. Mr. (Pete) Miller widely known as ‘Pete’ hauled milk for 16 years. He is retired and raises beef cattle. He is supervisor for the Town of Seif. Mrs. Miller worked at Memorial Hospital as a nurse’s aide, besides taking care of their son Donald, who is in a wheel chair. also likes to knit and take care of flowers.

They have nine children, One is deceased. They are Mrs. John (Deloris) Genteman, Marshfield, Donald D. Miller at home, Albert L. Miller, Jr., Cincinnati, Oh., Duane R. Miller, Marshfield; Mrs. Walter (Barbara) Oldham, Mrs. Jesse (Patricia) Hagen, Mrs. Lewis (Judy) Grap, and Mrs. Kasimer (Sandra) Kolano, all of Neillsville. Also, 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

And a very, very long list of attendees including names such as the family members and Reise, King, Knutson, Shaughness, Shaw, Gehrmann, Theder, Gehrmann, Hartman, Mathews, Buchholz, Stevens, Shofer, Francis, Krueger, Wolfe, Shultz, Krogerson, Stricker, Sperbeck, Brock, Lloyd, Abrahamson, Fees, Zank, and Zimmerman from many different Wisconsin areas and adjoining states.



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