Marriages, Anniversaries, Engagements

 


Aberdeen American (8 Oct. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Mitchell – Richard M. Kelley of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Calisla Cox of Central City, Iowa, were married at the Congregational parsonage by Rev. C. S. Osgood.


Aberdeen Daily News (2 Dec. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ

The marriage of Charles Heineman and Miss Grace Dixon took place at the First Methodist church at Mitchell, Dr. Hoagland performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. George Steinfeld, intimate friends of the young couple, accompanied them to the altar. They will make their home on Mr. Heineman’s farm near Alexandria.


Aberdeen American (27 July 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Mitchell - Married, July 26, at White Lake, Agnes Herrick and Frank Plainney, both of Mitchell. After a tour of the east the young couple will return to Mitchell, where they will make their home.


Aberdeen American (17 Sept. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Mitchell – Miss Geneva Lowrie was united in marriage to Cleo A. Johnson recently by Dr. J. S. Hoagland. They will make their home in Dimock.


Aberdeen American (17 Sept. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Milbank – Tuesday, Sept. 12, occurred the marriage of Miss Alice Mae Hefferan and Raphael Tillman.


Aberdeen American (21 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Clarence Johnson of Mt. Vernon, S. D., and Miss Anna Neishiem of Mitchell were married Tuesday, July 16, at the Norwegian Lutheran church in Mitchell, Rev. A. N. Brudwig officiating.


Aberdeen American (21 July 1912) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Frank Loveland of Sioux Falls and Miss Elizabeth Aheln of Mitchell were married at Mitchell, Tuesday, July 16. The couple will make their home at Sioux Falls.


Aberdeen American (28 Nov. 1911) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Charles L. Cummings and Miss Emma Green of Fulton, were married at Mitchell by Judge Drake, recently. They will reside on the Cummings’ ranch near Fulton.


Aberdeen American (13 June 1918) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Alexandria – Miss Eva Gregory and Joe Hill of Mitchell were married at the Gregory home here by Rev. McLain of the Methodist church. The young people will go for a short wedding trip thru the eastern and southern states after which they will reside on the bridegroom’s farm near Mitchell.


Republican (Mitchell, South Dakota (Sunday, Oct. 3, 1920) submitted by FoFG MZ

Ruth Adelaide Darling of Mitchell and Walter Meyer of Armour were married in Mitchell Tuesday, September 28. They will make their home in Armour after November 1.


 

GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF DAVISON COUNTY COUPLE OBSERVED

    Many friends and relatives gathered at the Zion Lutheran church on Sunday at 2:30 for church services conducted by the Rev. John Lutze, honoring Mr. and Mrs. John Carstens who had been married 50 years.

    Richard Pearson, grandson of the honored couple, sang, "Hold Thou My Hand, Dear Lord," accompanied by Mrs. John Lutze.

    Refreshments were served during the reception following the service, from a table centered with an anniversary cake and lighted tapers.  Mrs. C. R. Pearson of Papillion, Neb. and Mrs. Paul Ebener of Omaha, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Carstens, poured.

    Arrangements were in charge of the daughters-in-law, assisted by Mesdames William Drenkow, Walter Johnston, H. G. Kiepke, Arnold Schneider and Fred Scheurenbrand.

    Present at the occasion and the dinner at the Prairie room of the Hotel Lawler were all the children of the honored couple with their families: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pearson and family of Papillion, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ebener and family of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carstens and family of Huron; Mr. and Mrs. George Carstens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carstens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carstens and family, and Irving Carstens all of Mitchell.

    Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carstens of Mitchell, the former the only brother of John Carstens.

    Mr. and Mrs. Carstens were married Feb. 2, 1902, at Bruning Neb.  They moved to a farm near Mitchell on March 1, 1911, and have resided there continuously since that time.

    [contributed by Jeanne Jessie, from the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota, March 5, 1952]

 


 

From "The Daily Republic", Mitchell, South Dakota
Saturday, December 8, 1951
contributed by Jeanne Jessie

WEDDING DATE SET

Dr. and Mrs. Francis James Tobin announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Ann, to Thomas Edward Dougherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Dougherty of Fairmont, Minn. The wedding will take place Dec. 27 at the Holy Family Catholic church in Mitchell.


Undated newspaper clipping
contributed by Jeanne Jessie

    In an afternoon ceremony Saturday in the First Lutheran church of Mitchell, Miss Shirley Ann Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Larson, became the bride of John McNary, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McNary.  The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. S. Helgeson.

    The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an aqua blue suit and carried red roses.  Her maid of honor, Miss Genevieve Wendleboe, wore a dusty rose suit and carried white roses.

    Best man was Robert McNary and ushers were Donald Frazer and Marion Green.  Miss Marlene Titze accompanied the soloist, Miss Darlene Taplin, who sang "Because" and "Crown with The Benediction."

    The bride is a graduate of Mitchell high school and is teaching at Emery.  The bridegroom also graduated from Mitchell high school.

    A reception was held following the wedding in the First Lutheran church parlors.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Saturday, January 26, 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

FUERST-MOHNEN NUPTIAL VOWS EXCHANGED IN LOCAL CHAPEL

 

    Wearing a silver-white slipper satin gown, with nylon yoke and chapel train, Miss Lucille Fuerst exchanged nuptial vows with Wallace J. Mohnen before the Rev. B. A. Kelly in a double ring ceremony at the Notre Dame Chapel, Monday at 10 a.m.

    A pearl and rhinestone crown held the lace-edged fingertip nylon veil.  She wore white and purple carnations and carried a white prayer book and rosary.

    The matron of honor, Mrs. Alfred Hanten, White Lake, wore an orchid taffeta formal and veil, and a yellow carnation corsage.  Mrs. Ralph Meier, also a bridal attendant, wore a yellow sheer nylon formal with veil and lavender and white carnation corsage.  Miss Jean Ann Heintz, flower girl, wore a floor length lavender tear-drop taffeta gown and carried a basket of yellow, white and purple carnations and mums.

    Alfred Hanten was teh best man and the bridegroom's attendant was Marvin Boehmer, both of White Lake.  Ushers were Charles Zemina and Don Wolfe of White Lake.  Altar boys were Michael Baker and John Berguist.

    Mrs. Edward Geffre sang "On This Day O Beautiful Mother," "Ave Maria," and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy," accompanied by Miss Mary Louise Fritz.

    The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Leo Fuerst of Mitchell, and teh bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mohnen of White Lake.

    For her going away costume the bride chose a navy gabardine suit with white accessories.  The bride attended Mitchell high school.  Teh bridegroom, a farmer living south of White Lake, will leave for the service on Jan. 30.

    After the ceremony, a three-course wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 65 guests by Mrs. Clarence Buelow, Mrs. Helen Balding and Mrs. Judy Armer assisted by Miss Darlene Fuerst, Armour and Miss Delores Baumiller, Tripp.  Mrs. Elmer Johnston and Mrs. Charles Zemina poured.  The table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake, other decorations were yellow candies and bouquets of flowers.

    Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George C. Jones, Geddes; Mr. and Mrs. Thaseul Fuerst, and family, Armour; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baumiller, and Delores, LeRoy Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Art Nuss, Mr. and Mrs. John DeWald, Tripp; Mr. and Mrs. LuVern Greenwell, Stickney; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mohnen, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hettinger, Mr. and Mrs.. Alfred Hanten, Mrs. Matt Mohnen, Mrs. Suzanne Boehmer, Viola and Marvin; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kieffer, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mohnen, Dr. and Mrs. Cletus Mohnen, and Don Wolf, White Lake; Jake Martin, Jr., stationed at Ft. Lee, Va., home on furlough.

    An honored special guest was Mrs. John Fuerst, grandmother of the bride.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Saturday, January 26, 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mrs. Earl Mayhew and Mrs. Harvey Mann were co-hostesses at a coffee party Thursday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Helen Swanson, who is being married to Fred Cook of Denver, Feb. 3.

    The party was held at the Mayhew home.  Eleven guests were seated at a long table, featuring yellow and green decorative candles and miniature brides and cupids.

    Mrs. Swanson was presented with a gift by the hostesses.

 


 

Unknown newspaper

March 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mr. and Mrs. August Engbrecht of White Lake announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce Elaine, to Emil Zobel of Carthage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Zobel Jr., of Alexandria.  The wedding will take place in the spring at White Lake, Miss Engebrecht is a student at White Lake high school.

 


 

Unknown newspaper (probably The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota)

Jan. 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Miller - Miss Patricia Ann Weise, daughter of Mrs. Ada Weise and Lee Lammers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lammers of Mitchell were married Jan. 16 at St. Ann's Catholic church.  Rev. John Hyland officiated at the nuptial high mass and double ring ceremony.

    For her wedding the bride chose a white satin formal gown with a long train and shoulder length veil, held in place by a flower tiara.  She carried a white prayer book and her bouquet was white carnations.

    The bridesmaid, Jane Hare, wore a formal fuchia colored gown.  Her bouquet was also carnations.

    The bridegroom was attended by Cal Lammers.

    The wedding breakfast was served in the City Auditorium by the Silver Grill.  Mrs. Eva Young was hostess.  Decorations were in fuchia and lavendar.  Miss Julie Tyrell of Huron had charge of the guest book, and Miss Joyce Zemlicka took charge of the gifts.

    After a honeymoon the couple will live on the bridegroom's farm near Miller.

 


 

Unknown newspaper (probably The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota)

Tuesday, January 8, 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Runestad of Mt. Vernon announce the engagement of their daughter, Eunice Lorraine, to Pfc. Irvin O. Breland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Breland of Puyallup, Wash.  Miss Runestad is teaching in Davison county.  Pfc. Breland is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan.  No date has been set for the wedding.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Tuesday, January 8, 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Miss Mary Therese Tobin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tobin, has chosen Valentine's Day for her wedding to Hal McGrew of North Platte, Neb.  The nuptial vows will be exchanged in the Notre Dame chapel in Mitchell.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Wednesday, January 23, 1952

contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN OLLENBURG OBSERVED GOLDEN WEDDING DATE   

 

    Mr. and Mrs. John Ollenburg, observed their 50th wedding anniversary at their home in Mitchell Tuesday.  They were married at teh bride's home in Garner, Ia., Jan. 22, 1902.

    After living near Emery for nine years, they moved to Mitchell where they have since made their home.  They are the parents of three children, Elmer, Mithcell; Clara, Sioux Falls, and Ella, Ft. Wayne, Ind.

    During the Christmas holiday when the family was at home, a pre-anniversary party was given in their honor.

    On Sunday afternoon, a three o'clock divine service was held in the Zion Lutheran church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ollenburg.  An anthem was sung by the choir, and a sermonette was given by the Rev. John E. Lutze.  The couple left the church to teh strains of wedding music, played on the organ.

    Following this service, more than 120 people were received by the honored couple in the church parlors.  A refreshment table, which was presided over by Mrs. Huber Suedmeier and Mrs. Carl Ollenburg, was centered with golden chrystanthemums.  The head table, where Mr. and Mrs. Ollenburg were seated, was centered with a gold wedding cake.  Miss Clara Ollenburg was in charge of the guest book.

    General arrangements for the reception were made by the women of the Christian Endeavor of the church.

 


 

 

From the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Unknown date

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rhodes of Wessington Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine, to Donald Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eaton of Britton, a student at Northern State Teachers College, Aberdeen.  Miss Rhodes is teaching in elementary public school at Webster.  Mr. Eaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eaton, recently moved to California.

 


 

From the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

January 1952

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Soon to join the growing list of matrons is Miss Shirley Leiferman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Leiferman of Bridgewater.  Her marriage to Henry Douglas of Spearfish, son of I. N. Douglas, of Aberdeen, has been set for Feb. 11 at St. Stephens church in Bridgewater.  Miss Leiferman is teaching for the third consecutive year in the home economics department at Spearfish high school.  Mr. Douglas is a contractor at that place.

 


 

From the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

unknown date, Jan. 1952 or 1953

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Fulton - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ammon announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores to Kermit Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. harry Black.  Miss Ammon is employed by the National Life of America Insurance company in Mitchell and the prospective bridegroom is attending Augustana College in Sioux Falls.  No date has been set for the wedding.

 


 

From the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Jan. 1952

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter Joeann to Sylvian Graff, son of Mrs. Laura Graff.  The wedding date has not been set.

 


 

probably the Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

January 1952

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

ENGAGEMENT TOLD

 

    Spencer - Mr. and Mrs. Realto Schorg announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, to Michael Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Schroeder, Mitchell.  No date has been set for the wedding.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota

Unknown Date, abt 1952

Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

MITCHELL COUPLE RECALLS OLD DAYS ON 59TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

 

    Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ludeman of 601 W. 11th spent a quiet day at their home Saturday, reliving many of the experiences of their 59 years of wedded life.

    Mr. and Mrs. Ludeman were married Feb. 2, 1893, in the Congregational Church in Alexandria.  They spent the first 25 years of their married life near Spencer, coming to Mitchell in 1919 where they havef lived continuously ever since.

    Mrs. Ludeman, who is 79, came to Dakota Territory with her parents in 1882 from Minnesota.  Her husband, 88, came from Wisconsin two years later at the age of 20.  Both experienced the hardships and challenges of pioneer life, including the famed blizzard of /88.  Mrs. Ludeman recalled that she was home from school on that memorable January day and was safe but her brothers had great difficulty protecting the stock and keeping them fed.  "We did not call on the government to help us care for our stock in those days," she said.

    "We were married on Groundhog Day," said Mrs. Ludeman, "but we did not pay much attention to that in those times.  We drove from my parents' farm to Alexandria with our ponies and a buggy and while it was quite blustery at times, the sun shone enough for the groundhog to see his shadow.  At any rate, we had many weeks more of cold and snow."

    Seven children were born to teh Ludemans and most of them are in educational work.  Dean Walter of Springfield is on the faculty of Southern State Teachers College; Leroy is principal of a high school in Aberdeen; Fred of Joliet, Ill. is a maintenance engineer at the Lewis school there; Mrs. Mildred Stowell teaches in a Junior High school in Pittsburg, Calif.; Miss Ila Ludeman teachers in Litchfield school in Mitchell; Mrs. James Swoyer is living on a farm near Elk Point and Harold of Lead, is connected with the Homestake mine.  The Ludemans also reared their grandson Robert of Rapid City whose mother died in his infancy.  They have 23 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

    The Ludemans are in fairly good health.

 


The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Wednesday, January 23, 1952
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

MITCHELL RESIDENTS FOR 66 YEARS CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF MARRIAGE

    Mr. and Mrs. Domnick Schneider, who were married at the Holy Family Catholic church Jan. 21, 1902, have been residents of Mitchell fo 66 years, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday.
    A dinner was given at noon at their home, 917 E. 3rd Ave., for 16 relatives. A grandson, Terry Schneider, greeted the guests as they arrived, and assisting with the dinner were Mrs. John H. Schneider, Mrs. Nick Schneider, Mrs. Ed Jay and Mrs. B. T. Kiepke. Mrs. Fay Ahoades (Rhoades) had charge of the guest book and gifts.

    A reception was held in the afternoon and evening, during which time 175 guests called.  The refreshment table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake and lighted with gold colored candles.  Mrs. Charles Cooke presided at the silver service, which was a heirloom piece brought from Sweden, and belonging to Mrs. Victor Moquist.  She was assisted by Miss Emma Johnson.

    Children of Mr. and Mrs. Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Rhoades, and Mrs. and Mrs. John H. Schneider, were in charge of arrangements for the celebration.  Out of town guests were Mrs. Margaret Nohr and Mrs. Marie Quine, Sioux City.

 


The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
February, 1952
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

MITCHELL COUPLE MARRIED IN QUIET CHURCH CEREMONY

 

    Mrs. Nora Nelson and S. B. Naser, both of Mitchell, were married thursday evening at dusk in the First Methodist chruch.  The Rev. Robert H. Wagner performed the ceremony.

    Both are well known in Mitchell, Mrs. Naser having been employed for many years by both the Widmann and Roberts hotels and, most recently, by St. Joseph's Hospital.

    Mr. Naser is a retired farmer who lived near Fulton for many years, where the couple will make their home.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Unknown date
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    Mrs. Hanna Gilbertson announces the engagement of her only daughter Beverly Ann, to Wallace Wieczorek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wieczorek, Mt. Vernon.  Miss Gilbertson has been employed by the firm of Ricketts and Burnett and is now employed as receptionist at Dr. B. R. Skogmo's clinic.  Her fiance is engaged in farming with his father.  No date has been set for the wedding. 

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Unknown date
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

ETHAN GIRL ENGAGED

 

    Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Wittstruck of Ethan announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Jean, to Swane Walker of Beresford.  No date has been set for the wedding.  Miss Wittstruck is a student at Augustana Academy.  Her fiancee graduated from there last year.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Unknown date
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

SWANSON-COOK VOWS READ IN CHURCH CEREMONY HERE

 

    Mrs. Frederick C. Cook, the former Helen Carlson, of Mitchell, will live in Denver, Colo., following a wedding trip which she had her husband have planned in the South.

    Before a candle-lighted altar decorated with yellow gladiola and roses, the marriage of Mrs. Helen Swanson and Frederick C. Cook was solemnized.

    The Rev. J. E. Robinson officiated in the quiet ceremony which was performed in the Congregational church on Sunday, Feb. 3 at  2 p.m. in the presence of relatives.  Soft organ music was played by Mrs. Richard Kobak.  Clifford Johnson was the soloist, singing "Always" and "Oh Perfect Love."

    The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson of Mitchell, wore a suit of beige with brown trim.  Her accessories were brown and shew ore a corsage of Talisman roses.

    Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bauer, Jr. were the couple's only attendants.  Mrs. Bauer, dressed in a brown faille suit with matching accessories, also wore a Talisman rose corsage.

    The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Denver and is an Internal Revenue agent in the Office of Internal Revenue Agent in Charge at Denver, Colo.

    Following the ceremony, a dinner was served for members of the immediate familyh in the Prairie room of the Hotel Lawler.

    After a wedding trip into Texas and old Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Cook will make their home in Denver.

 


 

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Unknown date
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

 

    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.

 


The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
January 1952
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

GEISLER-GAU NUPTIALS PLEDGED AT NOTRE DAME CHAPEL SERVICE

    Miss Marie Geisler was gowned in white transparent velvet with lace insets and rhinestone trim and chapel train when she exchanged nuptial vows with Isidore Gau, son of Albert Gau of Parkstone. The Reverend B. A. Kelly officated in the single ring ceremony at Notre Dame Chapel at 9:30 Monday morning.
    The daughter of Mrs. Margaret Geisler of Mitchell carried a cascade of American Beauty roses and a crystal blue rosary. Her fingertip veil was attached to a white velvet tiara.
    Miss Ann Geisler, the bridesmaid, was dressed in a sky blue satin floor length gown with net-over-skirt and stole. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations.
    Leo Geisler of Dimock served as best man. Marvin Thomas of Parkstone was attendant. Fred Geisler and Henry Gau of Ethan served as ushers.
    The bride and her attendants entered the chapel to the strains of the traditional wedding march played by Mrs. Helen Schmitz. During the mass Gene Webster sang "Ave Maria," "On This Day O Beautiful Mother," "Pans Angelicus" and "O Sanctissima," with Mrs. Schmitz at the organ.
    A three-course wedding dinner was served to the immediate families and close relatives at 12 noon in the new Roberts dining room. The table was decorated with white, sky blue and royal blue tapers and a miniature bride. The three-tier cake, also decorated with the bride's chosen colors, was cut by Mrs. Catherine Degen of Ethan.
    Out-of-town guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmitz and Mrs. Catherine Rademacher of Dimock; Mrs. Catherine Degen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gau and family of Ethan; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and Alfred Gau of Parkston; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gau and family of Corsica; Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Neal of Nemaha, Ia.; Miss Hazel Mandernach of Sac City, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fray of Scotland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Betsworth and Cheryl, Angela, Peggy Anne and Patsy Geisler of Merrill, Ia.
    Mr. and Mrs. Gau will be at home on a farm west of mitchell after March 1.


 

 

 

 

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