The Daily Republic from Mitchell, South Dakota on August 15, 1959 · Page 6
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Mitchell, South Dakota
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Saturday, August 15, 1959
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THE DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, S. D., Saturday, August 15,1959 out WOMEN Sandi* Ric«, Mitchell Society Editor - Phone WY6-5516 Victor Smith Marries Former Corsica Girl Church Group Has Lesson On Columbian Work Mrs. Duane Strand presented the lesson at the meeting of the Missionary Society of the Wesleyan Methodist Church Thursday afternoon in the Fellowship Hall. She told of recent events In the life of the church In Columbia, South America. Mrs. N. E. Bennett led In prayer. Guests Included Mrs. Paul Schuldt, Miss Tina Bennett and Mrs. Chris Carlson. Mrs. L. L. Hildebrandt was chairman of the refreshment committee. MR. AND MRS. THOMAS VICTOR SMITH (Photo Art Center) Ann Lon stars. He s Still A Chiseler Silcoii-Holchkiss Vows Spoken In Springs Service By Republic News Service WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Miss Lylia Mae Hotchkiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hotchkiss of Alpena, became the bride of Ralph R. Sllcott, son of Mrs. Kath- erlne Sllcott of Ottowa, El., the evening of Aug. 6 at the First Baptist Church here with the Rev. Calvin Huether of Aberdeen officiating. The pianist was Shirley Burma and soloist, Mrs. Jasper Burma- The bridegroom sang as the bride approached the altar and following the service a duet was furnished by Willie and Darrell Burma. Maid of honor was Miss Maxine Hotchkiss and Mrs. Calvin Huether served as the bridesmatron. Attendants of the bridegroom were Ro- Bursell of was Lylia land Sllcott .and Omaha. Flower Bill girl RAPID CITY — In a ceremony the afternoon of Aug. 8 In the First Presbyterian Church Miss Ann Barbara Holleman became the bride of Thomas Victor Smith of Mitchell. She Is the daughter o.' Qr. and Mrs. W. W. Holleman of Rapid City, formerly of Corsica, and he Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E, Bmlth of Mitchell. The Rev. Jerome Pipes, rector of - Emanuel Episcopal Church, officiated at the service. Miss Paulla Newport was the organist and Park Owen, the acolyte. Mrs. Wilton Peterson was the matron of honor and bridesmaids were Misses Judith Holleman, Leah Joe Smith of Mitchell, Dorothy Coe of Custer, Karen Wise of Gettysburg and Mrs. David T. Olsen. Best man was Roland Loon and T\T C iT Ar groomsman was Sandy Milne, both INtJW of Mitchell. John Hall of Madison, Don Dally of Winner and David T. Olsen and Peter Holleman of Rapid City were ushers. Cy Johnson of Mitchell. Guests from Omaha included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watklns, Robert and Charles Watkins Jr. Other guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Messerli of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Vanden Berge of Corsica, Roy Twlliger of Madison Troy Jones of Gettysburg and Misses Pat Dillion of Austin. Tex., Karen Freiberg and Patricia Henkins of Pierre, Karen Lundquist of Sioux Falls and Tamara Ullyot of' Clark. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith entertained 60 guests at the bridal dinner Friday evening at the Club of the Pines, following the wedding rehearsal. To lb Jean Harpster with Duane Abuhl as ring bearer. Both are of Cedar Falls, la. Ushers were Alvln Hull and Jasper Burma. Lowell Hull and Russell Hotchkiss were candle- lighters. A reception was held following tlie ceremony In the church parlors with the Mesdames Willie Burma, Gertrude Carlson, Edith Bauer, Loren Carlson, Cecil Cook, Alfred Ellas, Clifford Hotchkiss, Walter Smith of Sherburn, Minn., Harold Hehn, V e r n o n Speck, Victor Sohorzmann, Alvln Hull of Alpena, Vesey Cooper und Raymond Krueger assisting. Also assisting were Lois Ann Hull and Katherine Voorhees. The bride attended Wessington Springs High School and the Baptist Bible Institute at Omaha. Her husband attended Ottowa High School and Moody Bible Institute in Illinois, Le Tournaha' Tech in Texas and Omaha Baptist Bible Institute and will graduate with a bachelor of arts degree. After graduation Mr. Silcott will become pastor of the First Baptist Church here. DEAR ANN: About this Betty whose boy friend Al i» allegedly chiseling the phone company to the horror of you and "Honest Pop"— think you're both all wet. Al Is simply making an uncom- Dieted call. Why should be pay for t? He saves a dime by letting phone ring twice (their signal) hen hangs up. Sure, his dime Is •eturned, but there's no chiseling nvolved because Betty phones him back, and THIS call Is not free. Pop strikes me not as Diogenes' darling, but as a man who Just got his phone bill.—WALTER Dear Walter (and all you others who wrote to say I unjustly bum- rapped Al): The guy IS a chiseler, and this comes straight from an executive of the (telephone company. Al's uncompleted call is really a signal. Telephones are not Installed for purposes of signalling. In some states the phone company can legally discontinue service to people who misuse the phone in this way. Of course it can't be enforced in petty cases like Al's, but some business firms have lost their phones for putting a system similar to Al's on a mass production basis and sending coded messages via the "uncomplet e d call." When you add up all the Al's in the country who arc trying to beat the system it ties up a lot of telephone equipment. This increases the bills you and I have to pay Sure Betty calls him back, but a home call costs less than a dime and the phone company loses again. * * * DEAR ANN: My father-in-law is dinner. About 75 which was automobile is for. * * * Confidential to CRUM-BUM: Tell her In person. Any guy who takes up three years of a girl's time owes it to her to "eay farewell" In per- * •* * Are your parents too strict? You can benefit from Hie experiences of thousands of teenagers if you read ANN LANDERS' booklet. "How To Live With Your Parents," enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope, In care of the Mitchell DAILY REPUBLIC. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send Jiem to her in care of the Mitchell DAILY REPUBLIC enclosing a stamped, sell - addressed envelope. Pastor, Family Dinner Honorees By Republic Newt Service BRIGEWDATER — A potlUCk dinner was given In honor of the former pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here Aug. 9 in the church parlors. The Rev. S. A. Jackson and family are vacationing in Sioux Falls and Minnesota and were guests of honor at the attended followed the dinner by a pro- QUL1 We're So Lazy-We Ride When We Should Walk Linda Wold Is Hostess For 4-H Gay Group Miss Linda Wold was hostess in her home for the meeting of the 4-H Gay Group Wednesday evening. She gave a demonstration of how to make banana bread. Kathy Rearick presided during the business session. Guests included Jeanne Hoch and Barbara Bambas of Tyndall and Denlse Robert of Sioux Falls. Mrs. Howard Wold assisted her daughter in serving refreshments. Engaged gram. Mrs. Jackson furnished the vocal music accompanied by Miss Gay Jean Eckhoff. She also told of the work of the Women's Presbytery, while her husband reported on his ministerial duties in the churches at Pawnee City and Hastings, Neb,, and on the youth work their son, Elmer, is doing. The Rev. Jackson was a pastor in a Sioux Falls church before assuming the pastorate at the First Presbyterian Church here 16 years ago. He resigned ten years later t» accept a charge at Pawnee City where he served for five years before taking over the pastorate at the Second Presbyterian Church at Hastings. Mission Society Meets Mrs. Donald Grabcr was the leader of the program presented by the young people of the Trinity Presbyterian M1 s s i o n ary Society the evening of Aug. 4. She also accompanied the group.sing- Ing and gave the opening prayer. Devotions were led by Shirley Olson and readings were given by Delores Hofer, Dorothy Wipf and Donna and Sharon Tschetter. Other vocal numbers were presented by Delores Hofer, Donna and Sharon Tschetter. Dorothy and Selma Wipf, By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN The number of fatalities due to traffic accidents Is appalling, and we all should drive more carefully. However, cars can be dangerous n more ways than one. We have become so lazy physically and feel so dependent on our cars that we do not walk as often as we should. Even if we are going only four or five blocks on an errand the tendency is to Jump into the car. Authorities Say So Many distinguished medical authorities feel that the body must be exercised regularly if we are to enjoy truly vibrant health and have that magic, extra .portion of energy. It should be a pleasure rather than a trial to move, to walk, to dance, to use our muscles. There is real pleasure in movement which only the individual who has exercised regularly experiences. Yet so many folks go along day after day and month after month and even year after year without stirring up their circulation. What usually happens is that women, and more especially men, go in for sudden and violent spurts of exercise but neglect it as a usual routine. This is supposed to be worse than none at all. In fact it actually can be dangerous. It is the dally habit of regular, mild exercise which is of such great benefit. time for It. The repercussions not only on health but on good looks Is unbelieveable to one who has not tried it. Your complexion as well as your figure will profit. If you have not exercised for a long time and especially if you are middle • aged or older, you must start in slowly and build up gradually. You also should have your heart and blood pressure checked first. * * * If you would like to have my short but well • balanced routine of exercise planned to take care of the most usual feminine figure faults, send a stamped, self • addressed envelope with your request for No. 19 to Josephine Lowman in care of the Mitchell DAILY REPUBLIC. Shower Honoree By Republic News Service LOOMIS — Mrs. Harvey J. The reception for 200 guests was Schaefer, the former Deanna La- held In the church parlors immediately following the wedding service. Hostesses at the reception were Mrs. Gordon Stanley Owen, Mrs. Marshall Nesbitt and Mrs. Robert Bray. Assisting with arrangements were Mrs. Robert Schulze, Mrs. Franklin Rosenbaum, Mrs. Peter Holleman, Mrs. Monte Rousseau, Mrs. William Chemolskey, Mrs. James Arnold, Mrs. Gerald Burton, Mrs. Joseph Pesek and Misses Janide Neilsen, Alice Lobdell. Betty Ann Wolfe and Sandy Hanning. Both the bride and bridegroom are attending the University of 6 o u t h Dakota at Vermllllon. Mrs. Smith is a junior in the School of Education and a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Mr. Smith, who was graduated from Roswell Military Academy in New Mexico, at tended college at South Dakota State College in Brookings, the Un iversity of Nebraska In Lincoln will be graduated in February Irom the School of Business and will continue in the graduate school. He is a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. After a brief honeymoon trip t Colorado, the couple will be a Follette, was honored at a postnuptial bridal shower Tuesday evening in the parlors of the Con- regational Church here. Games were played and prizes warded to Mrs. Jack Case, Mrs. iyle Brewer, Mrs. Loren Loghry and Joan Messerli. Hostesses were VIrs. Harvey Pueppke, Mrs. Victor enson, Mrs. DeLos Everson, Mrs. Clyde Taylor, Mrs. F. T. Phinney, Mrs. Paul Everson, Mrs. Herman Rieck, Mrs. C. E. Watkins and Mrs. L. J. Wise. Lunch was served at the close of he evening. Another shower held earlier this month took place at the M. J. Loghry home with Mrs. Merlin Malde of Rapid City, Mrs. Quentln Cradle Shower Is Given At White Lake By Republic News Service WHITE LAKE—Mrs. Wayne Gils- sendorf was the guest of honor at a cradle shower Aug. 11 at the home of Mrs. Darrell Glissendorf, one of the hostesses. Other hostesses were Mrs. Leland Glissendorf, Mrs. Francis Nelson and Mrs. Irvin Nielsen. Refreshments were served. Guests from out of town were Mrs. Forrest See- of Chamberlain. Prizes for games were awarded Mrs. Wayne Glissendorf, Mrs. Joe Mairose, Mrs. Orville Haines and Miss Gisela Schwarz. * * i Honor Visitor Mrs. A. N. Hanten and Mrs. Richard Evans were co-hostesses in the residence of the former, at a party being divorced for the fourth time. He has two daughters by his last wife. They are 13 and 14 years old. He's trying to get custody of the girls and will probably have no trouble as his ex-wife is a known tramp. My husband has been insisting we move into his father's house so I can keep an eye on the girls for him. I'm only 18 and we've been married Just two months. I don't want the responsibility of girls almost as old as I am. Besides, 1 planned to work and make a little money so we can have a place of our own. I'm afraid if I agree to move into my father-in-law's house we'll be stuck for life. Please tell me if you think it could possibly work. — D.P.D. Dear D.P.D.: All signs point to real trouble if you move into your father-in-law's house. Tell your husband you refuse to accept the responsibility of his father's children and that Dad will have to hire a housekeeper and pay her. * * * DEAR ANN: Our 17-year-old Robley and Mrs. Clarence Jervlk as hostesses. Eickhoff-Sebesta Vows Exchanged At Omaha By Republic News Service KIMBALL — Miss" Joan Eick hoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eickhoff of Wood River, Neb., and A-2c Glenn Sebesta, son of Mr and Mrs. Tweed Sebesta of Him- ball, were united in marriage Aug. 2 in the First Lutheran Church at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Sebesta are making their home at 1430 South the evening of Aug. 10 honoring Mrs. J. E. Nowatny of Phonex. Guests included Mrs. Joe Mairose, Mrs. Anker Sorensen, Mrs. Arnold Suelflow, Mrs. William Beckman, Mrs. Dale Falk, Mrs. Cletus Mohnen, Mrs. Donn Wright and Misses Irene and Anastasia Hanten. daughter received as a birthday gift a fur neckpiece from her 18- year-old boy friend. We were shocked. When she confessed rather triumphantly that she had ASKED him to buy ft we almost passed out Are we crazy, or is this far too personal a gift for kids this age? She tells us "times have changed' and we're strictly out of it. Have times changed THAT much — or is good taste still in style?— IDIOT PARENTS Dear Parents: Your daughter must have found this little sap with a geiger counter. You are right. The gift Is out of order and In bad taste. * * * Confidential to WORRIED PAR-! ENTS: Make a pedestrian out of this boy at once. A car is a lethal weapon in his hands. Perhaps three months on foot will give him a better understanding of what an Raber, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fuller, Thad and Peter Fuller, Mr. andj Mrs. A. W. Weller, Mr. and Mrs. 17th Street, Omaha. SHOP IN MITCHELL "Buy of the Week" Do you qutllfy for M Mirtttlng ctrttr M »n AIRLINE STEWARDESS? The nation's leading local airline is now seeking stewardess application*. Here's your opportunity to begin a career in aviation. Qualifications: single — age 19'4 to 25 — high school graduate - height 5' 1" to 5' 6" weight 12$ pounds maximum — normal vision without correction — 2 years college or 2 y«ars public contact work experience. Company pre- employment physical required. Four week training program. Starting salary $238 per month with increases at 6 months and one year. Earnings may total $318 per month at end or first year. Free air travel; paid vacation; other employe benefits. Write. phone, or apply in person for complete information and application form. AMIIICA'S IIADINO LOCAl Allllttf NORTH CENTRAL MOl 34th Av«. S.. Mlnniepolis SO. 3 Po. ensemble, homespun diagonal monotone sheath jumper and double breasted jacket, cuffed sle«v*i, a pockets, detachable racoon eh*wl collar, printed cotton lining to match short sleeve blouse **&» feinstein' We Give S&H Green StaH«» S No Time? Many women feel that they do not have time for exercise. This is a fallacy. We have time if we take Reception Given Pastor's Wife By Republic Newa Service WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Mrs. Rudolph Hertz of Haliday, N. D., was the guest of honor at a reception held at the Congregational Church here the evening of Aug. 9. She is a former Springs resident and the wife of the late Rev. Hertz, pastor of this church several years Mrs. Kathryn Kurtenbach of Mitchell announces the engagement of her daughter, Phyllis, to Dennis Barringer, son of Mrs. Evelyn Barringer, also of Mitchell. The wedding date has been set for Sept. 2. AOWilGbVOAf A-fVlUWltJ «*4H* W^Aiiat* *i*£«*t Sandra Glanzer and Shirley Olson, directed by Marvis Graber. A report on the Duff family, missionaries in Africa, was given by Sandra Glanzer and the announcement of a daughter, Los Jean, born July 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Graber, missionaries in Monrovia, Liberia, Africa, was made. Mrs. Donald Graber also conducted the business meeting with lunch being 'served following the closing prayer. Co • chairmen were Donna and Sharon Tschetter. "Chlldrens 1 Night" will be observed at the September meeting of the group. Altar Society Meets Mrs. C. J. Heiberger presided at the meeting of the St. Stephen's Altar Society held the afternoon of Aug. 5. The group decided to sponsor a bake sale Aug. 15 with the proceeds going toward buying new shades for the windows of the grade school. A report was given on the Sunday morning breakfast served recently. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Leo Leitheiser, Mrs. Steve Leitheiser, Mrs. Ann McCormick, Mrs. Arthur Caspar, Mrs. Bernard Jennings and Mrs. Harold Mayer. BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED By Republic News Service ARTESIAN—The Contract Bridge Club was entertained the evening of Aug. 7 by Mrs. Edward McGuire. High scorer was Mrs. Clara Brown and Mrs. Ralph Vaughn received the traveling score. A dessert luncheon preceded the play. Scotland Couple Observes Golden Marriage Dale By Republic News Service SCOTLAND — Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Poppe celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary here Aug..9 when 60 relatives and friends gathered in the parlors of the Congregational Church for a picnic dinner. An informal program was presented and tie honorees told of their wedding in 1909. Three who attended the wedding .were present for the Sunday celebration. They were Fred Poppe of Gettysburg, Otto Schneider of Huron and Oscar Schneider of Scotland. Paul Poppe of Grand Island, Neb., furnished violin selections and Mr. Poppe, an oldtime fiddler, played for the group also. Three sons and their families were present for the occasion. They were Mr. and Mrs. Odin Poppe and family of Grand Island, the Rev. Louis Poppe and family of. Whitewater, Kan., and the Rev. and Mrs. Hans Poppe and family of Sioux Falls. Other relatives were present from Gettysburg, Mitchell, Yankton, Huron, Springfield and Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Poppe were married in Scotland June 9, 1909, and lived in Yankton five years, later in Plumb and in Scotland for the past 20 years. ago. A social afternoon was spent and Mrs. Hertz told of her church work with the Indians in North Dakota. While here she was a house guest of Mrs. Louise Swanson. She left Springs Tuesday to make other visits before returning to her home Sept. 1. Refreshments were served. The Templeton Ladles Aid also entertained Mrs. Hertz at its meet- Ing the afternoon of Aug. 10 with 45 attending. Lunch was served. Alpena WSCS Has Program On Faith With Work By Republic News Service ALPENA—Mrs. J. E. Shull was in charge of the program at a meeting of the WSCS in the Methodist Church Chapel. It was entitled "Faith With Work, the Local Church." Mrs. Otto Kunze presided and the Rev. Donald Greenough gave the opening prayer. Mrs. George Frye conducted the worship service. Those who appeared in the program skit were Mrs. Harry Knox, Mrs. George Kunze, Mrs. Isadore Alsenbrey and Miss Elva Smith. It was voted to contribute funds rather than serve the August dinner. Members of the lunch committee were Mrs. Ralph Hayes, Mrs. Philip Mees and Mrs. Edgar Knox. 4-H CLUB MEETS Miss Judy 'Foval was hostess at her home for the meeting of the Junior Jockeys 4-H Club Wednesday evening. She showed her 4-H horse. Refreshments were served by her mother. THIS IS THE MOST OUTSTANDING VALUE WE CAN OFFER WA-RDS WE KNOW Free 15 day Trial Offer! DELUXE SWIR6 NEEDLE ZIG-ZAG SEWING MACHINE! 425 N. Main Phone WY6-5596 ^Special at only '99 •MODEL 269-tOO HANOSONW CANRVINO CAM mCUUOBO ONE MILLION WOMEN SEW ON WARDS SEWIN6 MACHINES GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS Ho Stronger Guarantee ^H^Wr ^r^PlW^ ( iw3WSr%|fP1PPP 1 ^^F A «<M*M.m rnicno* •fNWMI HAtDWOOP pmtS WMJWf AM» MAfti. MOW Af SMClAi SAU

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