OBSERVE 35TH WEDDING DATE OF STOCKNEY PAIR
Stickney - Friends and
relatives gathered in the Fred Boeker home Friday evening, to help them
celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary. The occasion was also the
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plamp.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. August Boeker, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scheetz, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goddicson, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wieczorek, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holstien, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plamp, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boeker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grebe and Leland, and Guy Schimmel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kreth.
The evening was spent visiting and playing cards.
WILL OBSERVE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY
Plankinton, S. D. - Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Goode will hold open house Sunday afternoon from two to five o'clock and from seven until nine o'clock, in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. No cards are being issued, but relatives and friends are invited to call. Mr. and Mrs. Goode were married at Sidney, Ia., Dec. 18, 1901, and moved to South Dakota in 1909. They are the parents of six children, Mrs. W. B. Liston, Plankinton; Mrs. E. L. Olsen, Mitchell; Mrs. Earl Mullen, Inglewood, Calif.; Edward, Compton, Calif.; Mrs. Leo Hubbert, Los Angeles and Harold, Mott, N. D. They also have 11 grandchildren.
contributed by Jeanne Jessie
SILVER WEDDING DATE NOTED BY WHITE LAKE PAIR
White Lake - Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Overweg of White Lake were honored Sunday night at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Peter Donker, with an anniversary dinner in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives of the honored couple were guests at the occasion.
A unique centerpiece for the dinner table was a painting of a peacock with a silver dollar in each feather of its tail. A silver offering was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Overweg.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Varenhorst will hold open house at their home, 621 E. 7th Ave., Sunday, in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. No invitations are being issued, but friends and relatives are asked to call during the hours of two to five in the afternoon and seven to nine in the evening. The couple was married at the home of the bride in Aurora county, Jan. 16, 1902 by the Rev. William Newman, a Lutheran pastor. They were engaged in farming in Aurora county until 1929, when they retired and moved to Mitchell. They have two sons, Clarence and Arthur, also living in Mitchell.