Alice Fredrich wedding
THE DAILY Social Functions Compliment OES Officer At Geddes By BepebHe CEDDES—A breakfast in honor of Mrs. Verla Jewett. associate grand matron of the state Grand Chapter of Eastern Star was held at the home of Mrs. Carol Warner Warner Thursday morning. With Mrs. Merle Brooks and Tyndall Girl Wed At Yankton By BcMblic New* Service TYNDALL — Alice Fredrich, daughter of Sin. Mattie Fredrich of Tyndall and James Monfore •on of Mr. and Mrs. Howald Mon- fore were married the evening of March 7 at Yankton by Rev. Alexander Alexander Wood, rector of the First Episcopal Church. The bride wore a nr.vy blue gown with matching accessories her flowers were a corsage of white sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Van Gerpen Gerpen of Springfield were attendants. Mrs. Dorothy Brown acting as co- hostesses, a U o'clock luncheon was given at the home of Mrs. Brooks Wednesday honoring the' official visitor. 'P:..:- P1..L A I At a long table seating 12, each UVIC tflUO AI honored guests' place was appointed appointed with a corsage. Th« table's centerpiece was an arrangement of tiny pink flowers and small bluebirds bluebirds on a silver tree. Besides Mrs. Jewett, honored guest* were; Mrs. Carol Warner, Mrs. Effie Noll. Mrs. Rubie Tuck. er, Mrs. Ruth Rothlisberger, Mrs. Lake Andes Holds Annual Election McCook Sunday Dine And Plan By Kepablic News'Service SALEM — The McCook Sunday school workers met Methodist Church basement Thursday evening, in Salem, workers, enjoyed a "Get Acquainted" supper. The supper was by members of the Women's Society of Christian service. Following the banquet, Burton Ankerberg, of the Adeline Killer, Mrs. Clara Scott, Mrs. Etta Lute, Mrs. Leola Beck, Mrs. Ella Blair and Mrs. Candus Montag. * * * The Happy Hustlers met at the home of Mrs. Joe Steckley for their regular meeting. Anna Rezek read the report on club donations showing showing the following contributions: »«**• MW AUIO. 0. niuLeruerg each playing the nn . m.i«.,. By Republic New* Service LAKE ANDES—Mrs. L. F. Tho- mas was elected president of the Lake Andes Civic club at the March 10 meeting, held at the home of Mrs. Charles Reaves, with Mrs. Bud Rowe and Mrs. Jerry Voung as co-hostesses. Other officers elected were Mrs. Fred Thompson, vice president; Mrs. A. E. Foote, secretary and on a guitar. Don A. Anderson, Salem, toast to the Sunday school teachers and Rev. R. Davidson, Spencer Christian Church, toast to the Sunday school superintendents. —— WM ***«•.«.* a*^*B, WA uic Baptist Church, presided master and the following was given: Rev. A. L. pastor of the Methodist Salem, invocation; musical selections, male quartet from Trinity Presbyterian Church of Bridgewater, and by a male quartet the Church of God, from Rev. and Mrs. B. Ankerberg -u**v>ui«. The main speaker of "the was Rev. Maurice Wessman . ral Baptist Church, Sioux His subject was "A Child Midst."