The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 47
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 47

Des Moines, Iowa
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Sunday, May 10, 1970
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•g-W DES MOTKES. SUNDAY REGISTER M»y.,lfl, 1970, L f . . \ 'Mm By Ka.ijtryn M OTHER'S day of rece Father will blow his n doesft't really need ,. and th i their; "allowances for things s ; _ It's all a nice gesture, h mothers would prefer. Mom would just as soon ; skip the yearly presents ; and have her family ^ simply say (five or six ; limes a yean, "1 love you. ', That ioay; loo, she wmilc 1 ' iwsh after a big Mother's D i > -*-«*-»-*-». »-*-4-* *-*»-» t « ..» » *..*.».«. 4 m I I^>ve . - ; gnition is here again. ' noney on something she ! 6 children 1 will exhaust ; he already has. ut it's; not what most ! f r ,j u ,j JIL - _n_ J IS-i-tll C^ : ZwOITE ; i n'f howe /he rfw/ics /o ' fly dinner. i • Judith Hartwlck Patrice Engel Mary Beth Buckley Elizabeth Vanni 'BefFofhal Announced Mp.,ftrtd Mrs. E. B. Youngstfotn, 1441 Fofty^ntn; St., announce' the engagement of theif .daughter, Debofafi Jane, to John fi. Syftfotfst fi, son of tit. ami Mrs. Johti V. Svn- hofsf.- 4244 Poa^f drive. Mr. Synhotst is the grandson of Mr. and Mft-Jbhft f. Sjfflffofst, 3131 Pleut d6rive r and of MfiMSuy. Shaw, 3520 Grand ave., and the late Mr. Shaw. -Miss Youngstfbfn is a senior at tfie University of Kansas, , Lawrence, and a member of Kappa Alpha theta sorority. She is a member of Mortar Board and Pi Lambda Theta ~1io.mJra.ry societies. Her fiance is a graduate of the University of-MippiT^AtnrrAfborrand a member of Delta Taif Delta fralernity. the couple, plans an August wedding at Westminster United Presbyterian Church. - • * X Holmes-McNulty ''••-.•* }£ t * Vows Are 'Spoken Wedding vowa were excHanged Saturday at St. Theresa's Miss Ely Marries Dr. 'and Mrs. Lawrence .Orlo Ely, 5400 Woodland road, announce the marriage, of their daughter, Patricia Anne of New York City, to Charles Clinton Matteson, jr., also of New York City, son of Mrs. Charles C. Matteson of Harrisburg, Pa., and the late Mr. Matteson. The wedding took place Saturday at University Christian Church, followed by a'reception at Wakonda Club. The bride received her bachelor's and. master's deg r e e s from Northwestern .University, ISvanston, III., where, she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. She is assistant manager and training director for Roland- New York, Inc. Her fiance attended Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa.,'and received his degree from Pennsylvania State University at University Park, and is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He is marketing representative for Storage Technology Corp., in New York City, where the Mrs. Charles Matteson. jr. couple will live. To Wed Mr. Caspe Mrs, Emmett Dauber of .Chicago, 111., announces the engagement of her daughter, Leah, to Richard Caspe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Caspe, 3525 St. John road. A _N o v e m b e r wedding is planned. Miss Dauber, daughter of the late Mr. Dauber, studied • atHebrew-University-in -Je— rusalem and will be graduated from Roosevelt University, Chicago, this summer. Mr. Caspe, who is a senior at Loyola University, Chicago, will-continue graduate work there. He currently is studying for the rabbinate at Hebrew Theological College, Leah Dauber Skokie, 111. Engagements and Wedding Mr. and Mrs. George Bartel Hartwick of Blue Earth, Minn., announce t h e engagement of their daughter, Judith Dianne, to John Gardiner Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gardiner Cox, 4334 Greenwood drive. A July 25 wedding ls_planned. Both are seniors at Moorhead (Minn.) State College. He is the grandson of Mrs. Stair Kerr Slemmons of Iowa City and .of the late Mr. Slemmons, and of t h e late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur John Cox, who also lived in Iowa City. Engcl-Dcnny Patrice Engel, daughter of John J. Engel, 3020 Thirty- sixth st., and Thomas Collin Denny are planning a fall wedding. Mr. Denny is the son of. Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Denny, 3809 Muskogee ave. Miss Engel, daughter of the . late Mrs. Marcella Engel, attended Drake University and Grand View College. She is employed by Dr. Charles R. Foulke. Mr. Denny attended Simpson College at Indianola and Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. He is serving with the Air Force. Buckley-Miller Catholic by Deborah Ann McNulty, daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McNulty, ,911 Thirty-ninth st.,. and John Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Holmes," 1326'Cummins parkway. The bride is a graduate of Drake University and a~menl- ber of Delta jZeta sorority. Mr. Holmes is a graduate of Regia College, Denver, Colo., and is employed by Northwestern National Life Insurance Co. in Denver, where the couple will live. Miss Finnell Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell, 322 Fifty-eighth st., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Jean, and John Anderson While, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris H. White, "1610 Kingman blvd. An autumn wedding is planned. Miss Finnell and Mr, White are seniors at Drake University, where she as a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Miss Finnell will teach in the Des Moines public school system in the fall. Will Marry In June —Mrr~jmrt~Mrs;--Robert~ Mr Buckley, 850 Cummins parkway, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Beth, and Robert Thomas Miller, son of Mrs, Carl Brandgof Toledo, Ohio, and the late Robert Henry Miller, jr. A fall wedding is being planned. Miss Buckley is a senior at Linda Dillard Mundelein College, Chicago, where her fiance is completing studies at Loyola University and is a member of Alpha Sigma Pi fraternity. He plans to attend law school. / / ] nnni-Honh Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Vanni, 4009 Bowdoin st., announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth S., to David Hoak, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hoak, 221 Thirty-eighth place. An August wedding is planned. The bride-elect is a gradu- Iowa City, and a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Hoak is also a graduate of the U. of I. where he affiliated with Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He attended George Washington University law school in Washington, D.C., and will enter the graduate school of business at Northwestern Christine Greene University, Chicago, III., in June. DiUard-Ditimer /Linda Dillard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Dillard' of Indianola, and Dan Dittmer, son of Mr, and Mrs. Norbert Dittmer of Lacona, are planning a July 25 marriage. Miss Dillard, who was graduated from Simpson College, Indianola, teaches in the Pleasantville school system. Her fiance will receive his degree from Iowa State University, Ames, in June. .Greene -Lay seller Christine Greene and Michael Louscher are planning a June 6 wedding. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Greene, 2709 Madison ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Louscher, Paullina. Miss Greene is a senior at Mrs. Edward Bittihoffer the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and is a member of Chi Omega sorority. Mr. Louscher is a senior at the U. of I. college of dentistry. Rittihoffer-Reid Jane Maxine Reid became the bride of Edward Bernard Bittihoffer in ceremonies .at St. John's Lutheran Church, Saturday. Both are of Wappingers Falls, N.Y. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Darrell D. Reid, 3715 Franklin ave., and Mrs. Thomas J. B It t i h o f-f e r of Roxbury, -Mass., and the late Mr. Bittihoffer. The bride is a graduate of Iowa Stale University, Ames, and the bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Both are employed by I.B.M. Inc. The couple will live in Wappingers Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Wilforri Campbell of Ankeny announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Dar- 'ene, to John Christman, son of John Christman of Mansfield, Ohio, and of the late Mrs. Christman. A June 13 wedding is plannedr Miss Campbell, a graduate -orFaitirBaptisTBible~ College" in Ankeny, attends Cedarville (Ohio) College, where her fiance is also a student. If Get Your Newspaper FREE for One Month Every new bride who will - li*h her new home in Iowa after this date may have entirely free, a,« a gift, one month's delivery' of The Des Moines Regiiter or the Pen Moines Tribune. Monday through Saturday. Juit fill out the coupon, below and mail to: Circulation Dept., Dt» M o i n e i Register and Tribune, De* Moines 50304. Kindly give as much advance notice as possible. Yes, we gladly accept your NEW BRIDE OFFER: Polk County Federation Will Meet Tuesday Miss Butler Miss Coulter Miss Moore Miss Hartvigsen Mrs. Bair Mrs. Robbins BUTLERJONES Belinda Jean Butler, daughter of Mrs. Jean White, 3024 Bowdoin st., and of Rob- prt Rntlffr, is engaged to Glen May Romantic Announcements Rev. and Mrs. Raymond D.' Moore of Mediapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson of Indianola. —Mien Moore is a~ Jones, son of Mrs. Weeda Elon and of Steven Jones, " both of 'Detroit,' Mich. Miss Butler is a sophomore at Drake University. Mr. Jones also attended Drake, and plans to enter Drake law school this summer. COULTEB-FLANNERY July 11 will be the wedding of Patricia Ann . Coulter, 642 Thirty-fifth st., and Larry Dean Flannery. Miss Coulter - j^-the-daughter— of Mrs. Ami Coulter of Centerville, and the late Jack Coulter. Mr. Flannery is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Flannery, 1102 E. Jefferson st. The prospective bride is employed by the Bankers Life, and Mr. Flannery t is a ' Simpson College, Indianola. .ML employed .by the Des Moines public school system. A June 27 wedding is being planned. HARTVIGSEN- VANDEB LINDEN Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hartvigsen of Maquoketa announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Chuck Vander Linden, son of -Mr;rand-Mrs Bair, 3319 E. Twenty-ninth st. The bride is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Bair Iowa State University, Ames. ROBBINS-McCAUGHTRV Lynn, McCaughtry^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCaughtry, 4155 N.W. Forty-sixth place, became the bride, Saturday, of William Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins of Ankeny. The ceremony was at Douglas Avenue Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Robbins attended Central College, Pella. She lie University of Iowa in Iowa City, where her husband is a sophomore, Easter Seal The annual meeting of the Easter Seal Auxiliary will take place at a 1 p.m. luncheon Thursday at the Towers clubroom, 3663 Grand ave. Polk County Federation of Women's Clubs will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hoyf Sherman Place. At the morning session there will be election of officers. Appearing on the program will be Mrs, Susan-B. Eddy, Mrs. B. F. Kilgore, both of Des Moines, and Mrs. Norman McQueen of Ankeny. Musical selections will be presented by Sue Hutchins and Kathy Brown. Mrs. H. E. Wiedland will show her oil paintings. At the afternoon program a quartet from the Des Moines Chapter of Sweet Adelines, te-d by Mrs. Donna Struyk, will appear. Other musical numbers will be presented by Roger and Den- .nis ....Green, Mike _ Bredesky and Vicki Von Ohnen of Say- del School and by Mrs. LeRoy H. Petersen of Grimes, accompanied by Mrs. Benj a m i n Sideman of Des Moines. «•»« .V.mWr ... />o'< •/ Miiriitgt . Vilit IoWft'4 F^iWi GaJttvuj OfER |?0 ORIGINAL Oil PAINTINGS BALDWIN PIANOS ANP ORGANS SCANDINAVIAN FURNITURE UNIQUE GIFT SHOP HTON GAUHIIS 61S Ctn&mt Avenue Fort Do4«{ to 9 Honday to 5i3ff TdUdny thiouah Norlhern Iowa, Cedar Fails. MOORE-JOHNSON Ann Louise Moore and Paul L. Johnson are engaged. Parents of the couple are the der Linden of Altoona. An August wedding is planned. Miss Hartvigsen and her fiance are seniors at Iowa State University, Ames. BAJR-SIMPSON Wedding vows were ex- changedHSalurday at GranT Park Christian Church by Candace Simpson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Richard E. Simpson, 2006 E. Twenty-seventh St., and David Bair, son o/ Mr. and Mrs. H. 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