sefelt galligan 50th ann
FRIDAY. JULY 8. I960 '. Clark Couple Observes 50th i Wedding Date CLARK -- Approximately 300 friends and relatives called during the open house Sunday June 26 honor Mr. and Mrs. August See- feldt on the occasion nf their 30th wedding anniversary. Dinner was served at noon by the Happy Bunch Club in t h Robert McGraw home to t h family and those attending from a distance. The reception w- a s held in the Congregational Church oarlorp between the hours of 2 4 p.m. The best man a- the wed- ding 50 years ago, Theodore \Vohl, Vienna, was present for the oc- casion. A skit, depicting the 50 years wedded life, was presented by the grandchildren and children of. the couple. Granddaughter and grand- son. Mrs. Marilyn Steiger a n 'Merritt Seefeldt. played the part of the honored couple. Donna Sce- feldt. granddaughter, modeled the ; wedding gown and lavalier worn by the bride 50 years ago. Michael ! Seefeldt was her attendant. The Rev. Robert Sealer spoke words ;of appreciation of the occasion. jMusic during the skit was Bur- ;ed by Emmett Smith and Mary_Writ- and Patricia McGraw. pan ied by Mrs. Vada Deethardt. Mildred Drake, daughter, charge of the guest book, 'ere their sons and daugh- ter, Merrill and Merritt Seefeldt and Mrs. .Myrtle McGraw assisted jby Robert and Richard McGraw. !Mrs. Jennie Pinckncy. Mrs. Lena Michalski and Mrs. Minnie Olson sisters of the Seefeldts. assisted jy Mrs. Art McGraw presided at the serving table. Mrs. Merritt Seefeldt baked and decorated the wedding cake which she and Mrs. Merrill Seefeldt served. Mrs. Richard McGraw Miss Patricia McGraw presided at lhe punch bowl. Waitresses were Mrs. M a r i l y n Steiger, Nancy Bailey, Dianne Peterson and grandnieces: Nila Thoreson and Barbara Seefeldt. Those as- a n d Art double Catho- a.m. i g h - r e n n lace- sisting in the kitchen were Mes- dames Terri Natz, Marjorie See- feldt and nieces Lorraine Thore- son. Joyce Peterson, Sophia Kan- negeiter, Gloria Miller, Rose and Ellen Seefeldt. Edith and Dorothy Michalski and Mrs. Seefeldt's Guild the Mesdames Stewart, Sut- ton and Graham. The party retired to the farm home where guests were received in the evening. Delwin Fechtel- kotter and Mrs. Richard McGraw furnished the evening music. Those attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Playnes, Phoenix, Ariz.; E. R. Galligan, Helena. Mont.: Rose Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seefeldt. San Antonio. Tex.: Mrs. C h e Flint, Santa Rosa, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Busse. St. Paul. Minn.: bride, t h e dis- rett, Titonka, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spangler, Creston, Iowa; Mrs. Irene Long and Mr. and Malacki Foley of Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olson. Sioux Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruenwald, Milbank; Mr., and Mrs. Jack der Woude and daughter, Sioux Falls: Marie Lindland, Beresford; Mrs. Freida and Fred Wohlfort. Sisseton; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rot- tenbucher and Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox, Sturgis.