The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on October 23, 1977 · Page 58
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 58

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DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER • OCTOBER 23,1977/12E Weddings, engagements PUTNEY-DEMPEWOLF Jennifer Elizabeth Dempewolf and Henry R. Putney III, both of St. Charles, exchanged marriage vows Oct. 22 at Calvary Lutheran Church for the Deaf. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Dempewol/, 1336 Mondamin Ave. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Putney Jr. of St. Charles. The couple will reside in St. Charles. Mrs. Putney is employed in the Des Moines office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Her husband is with Neumann Construction Co. .. LANE—COUGHENNOWER The marriage of Lucinda S. Coug- hennpwer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Coughennower, 2610 E. Fortieth Court, and Ralph E. Lane Jr., 5205 SW Ninth St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lane, 3841 E. Twenty- seventh St., took place Oct. 22 at First Presbyterian Church. The couple will live at the SW Ninth Street address. The bride is employed by McDonald's and her husband is a McDonald's assistant manager. HOFFMAN-THOMAS Dorene Mae Steingrabe, daughter of Mrs. Marilyn Steingrabe of Runnells and James Steingrabe, 3200 Seventieth St., was married Oct. 21 to John Edwin Snyder. He is the son of Mrs. Beverly Snyder, 2016 E. Twenty- fifth St., and Gerald Snyder, 2906 E. State St. The bride is employed by Hudson Foods, Inc., and her husband is employed by a painting firm. THOMAS—MacBRIDE Therese MacBride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. MacBride, 1305 Southlawn Drive, and James Thomas, son of Mrs. Betty Thomas of Des Moines and James L. Thomas of DeSoto, exchanged marriage vows Oct. 14 at Christ the King Catholic Church. The bride attended the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, and is employed by Thorp Credit IDC Her husband was graduated from UNI and is 9i>ai»t«nt f'X>tball coach at Coe College, Cedar 'iapids. where the couple will reside. UUNSTON—BARBER Mr and Mrs Raleigh M Dunstoo, t> SE Eighth St, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynitua 1*4. to (.unit. Lam barber, SOD of Mi dud Mrs Robert E Barber of LuVefoe A MMrcti 4 weUJin^ .j piaujocd MiiS U\LU»U>I;. graduate vt the yulvenuty of NurUtern Iowa m i cd&r Kills, u employed b> Axe* til KJucauauai Media (.'cuter. < e-J*r r»u» Her hauce »!lcij4c<J lv«« , CilU »J \ vUilUUiUl) CVuCgC >JJ (•,•!. Oi vi HAGMAN-WAGONER Valeria L. Wagoner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bert Wagoner Jr., 3701 E. Thirty-eighth Court, became the bride of Daniel M. Hagman, 3511 E. Eighth St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hagman, 935 NE Fifty-first Ave., Oct. 21. The wedding took place at Grandview Park Baptist Church. The couple will live in Des Moines, after a trip to Florida. The bride is employed by The Bankers Life and her husband works for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. Retread Plant. POWELL-McCOLLUN OLSON—HUNGET Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson, 2402 Beaver Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Mark Hunget, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hunget of Indianola. A December wedding is planned. The bride-elect is employed by Den-Tal- Eze Manufacturing Co., and her fiance is engaged in farming. TAYLOR-GRIFFITH Cindy Anne Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor, 790 NE Fifty-first Ave., is the Feb. 4 bride-elect of James A. Griffith, son of the Gail H. Griffiths, 412 E. Wall Ave. The bride-elect is employed by Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., and her fiance works for Custom-Air Heating & Cooling. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Wright of Grimes celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary Oct. 1 at an event given by their sons at the Howard Johnson Motel in Cedar Falls. Hosts were their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wright. The wedding of Mollie McCollun, 810 E. Washington Ave., daughter of Mrs. Katharine McCollun, 204 Third St., West Des Moines, and of the late Fred McCollun, to Guy Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell, 1220 Euclid Ave., took place Oct. 22 at Faith Baptist Church. The couple plans a winter trip to Colorado. They are residing at the E. Washington Avenue address. The bride is employed by the Post Office Department and her husband is with Superior Carpet Cleaning. Diedra Denise Thomas, daughter of i the Rev. and Mrs. Henry I. Thomas, | 1348 McCormick St., was married j Oct. 22 to Roland Anthony Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hoffman, 1211 Fifth Ave. The bride's father of- j ficiated at the ceremony. Mrs. i Hoffman attended Drake University and was graduated from Americana j Academy of Beauty. She is employed , by Younkers. The bridegroom is J employed by Des Moines Schools. j SNYDER—STEINGRABE j wrap it up Don't wait any longer! Wrap it up today in a gold studded turban of double knit jersey. The all- around cover-up is a fun fashion accent in black, brown, navy, camel, beige, wine, green or red.$8 Millinery, most stores. Phone 244-1112 tomorrow. ORDER YOUR TURBAN WRAP TODAY Younkers, DCS Moines, Iowa 50306 — Dept 29 Name Address Cuv Charge Account No . Quan. Color ..State,. ..Zip.. 2nd Color Choice Price Q Cash i: Charge CC.O.D Add 3°« tax in Iowa, 55« postage and handling. YOUNKERS SAIISUCTIOS AlWAtS ORDER YOUR WEDCF WIG IODAY Younkers, Des Moines, Iowa 50306 — Dept. 29 Name Address City State Zip Charge Account No Qyan._ ! Color Preference Price Q Cash C Charm? C'. <_ O.i >. Add 3°'j tax in Iowa, 55< postage ami handling. Please oru lose hair sample when ordering. our "wedge" with the Look of Love The Look of Love Collection of designer wigs offers a softer, more feminine version of the alluring wedge cut. Gentle waves fall into place with a toss of the head, always look neat and natural. Of custom blended Elura® modacrylic fiber in a variety of natural shades. Come in and try the wedge for yourself. One of our stylists will br happy to assist you. $40 Millinery Wi;; Salon, most stores Phone 244-1112 tomorrow. YOUNKERS SMIUAUIOS AI WAYS it's Vanity Fair Week at Younkers tomorrow thru Oct. 28 Come in and see the beautiful new collection of Vanity Fair lingerie. Meet Pat Kavan, Vanity Fair's Fashion Consultant. Enjoy modeling of the newest fashions in loungewear, and register for a free Vanity Fair robe — all on Monday, Oct. 24 from 11 am to 2 pm, in the Lingerie Department, third floor, Downtown. 1. Mandarin tri-color robe of luxurious Shevelvat";, 100% Dacron* polyester by DuPont. With inseam pockets, hidden front zipper. Pink or English teal. 10 to 18.$30 2. Sparkler wrap robe framed in trapunto-stitched bands at neck and drop sleeves. Of elegant Clisanda", a glistening nylon tricot satin with DuPont's anti- cling Antron® III. English teal or brown. P,S,M,L. $25 3. Night Braid, a gleaming long gown of Glisanda". Self braided at neck and keyhole opening. English teal. S,M,L. $14 4. Bedtime Circular, a full- skirted gown with plunging empire style bodice of Clisanda". English teal, pink sand or brown. 32 to 40. $17 5. Scuffs of Shevelva(5, trimmed with rows of topstitching. Completely washable. English teal, pink or mint. S,M,L,XL.6.50 Lingerie, most itores. Phone 2441 1 12 tomorrow. On mail orders add 3% tax in Iowa, 95< pottage and handling Please give charge account number YOUNKERS

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