The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on August 31, 1975 · Page 52
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 52

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''''''''''^'••^•^•••••^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^•••••••^•^•^i^a^^i^^B^B^^^^^to Lynn Joseph becomes Mrs. Don Svitak Mrs. Don A. Svitak The marriage of Lynn Joseph of Fort Collins, Colo., daughter of William Joseph, 4014 River Oaks Drive, and of the late Mrs. Mary Ann Joseph, to Don A. Svitak, also of Fort Collins, took place Saturday afternoon at St. Augustin's Catholic Church. The Rev. John Ryan of St. Mary of Nazareth Church officiated. The wedding was followed by a reception and dinner-dance at Wakonda Club. Jack Cole's Orchestra provided the music. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Svitak of Riverside, 111. The bride was attended by her sister, Terry Joseph of Corvallis, Ore., who served as her maid of honor. Other bridesmaids were Connie Comfort of Greeley, Colo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comfort of Des Moines, and Mr. Svitak's sister, Sherry! Svitak of Riverside r HI, Tin best man was the bridegroom's brother, Steve Svitak, also of Riverside. Stephen Hauer of Libertyvllle, III.; and the bride's brother, Randall Joseph of Des Moines, were ushers. The couple has been entertained recently at several prenuptial parties, The bridegroom's parents were hosts at a party in their home in Riverside, Aug. 17. Hosts at parties here were Dr. and Mrs. Jack Spevak, 5816 Woodland Road; Anthony Comito, 3102 SW Fortieth St.; Mr. and Mrs. Burton Joseph III of West Des Moines; Mrs. William Parzybok of Kansas City, Mo., at the Bohemian Club, and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Julius Glayston, 3220 lola Ave. The bridegroom's parents were hosts at a dinner for the bridal party at Johnny and Kay's and the bride's father entertained at a cocktail party for out-of-town guests Friday evening. The bride and her husband are graduates of Colorado State University, Fort Collins. They will live in Fort Collins, where Mr. Svitak is employed by Faith Realty. Bishop Drumm benefit PlNto bv WARRIM TAtLON Site of the Bishop Drumm Guild's garden party Saturday will be the home of Mrs. James W. Hubbell Jr. (standing). Mrs. E. W. Haley (left) holds one of the handprinted denim shirts she created to be sold at the benefit. Mrs. Ross H. Dunfield (right) is on Mrs. James Kelehan's committee which will sell plants of all kinds. Tapestry in background is from the late F. M. HubbelPs Terrace Hill and is one of many decorative objects which may be seen on conducted tours of the Hubbell home and gardens at 1401 Casady Drive during the benefit. The Bishop Drumm Home Guild, through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hubbell Jr., has scheduled its second garden party, "Salute to America," a bicentennial celebration, for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Hubbell home, 1401 Casady Drive, to benefit the Drumm Home: In case of rain, the event will take place at Dowling High School, 1400 Buffalo Road. Music will be by the Frank Furbush Band and barbershop quartets. The Des Moines Civic Ballet and a group of square dancers will perform. There will be an antique auctionr handcrafted- items, plants and foreign J<, "*«> •$&•• - C mi - • ML'stf&Kia RSVP Advocacy RSVP Advocacy Group, organized to identify senior citizens' needs and advocate ways to help, will meet at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 8 at Royal View Manor. Dr. Robert Burns will speak on Preventive Dentistry for the Elderly. All senior citizens may attend. Student law spouses Student Law Spouses Association of Drake University has planned its first meeting of the new semester for 7 pm. Thursday at the Drake Law Building. For information, call 278-1292. foods for sale. Mary Brubaker will be hostess for the day. Mrs. Dan O'Brien, Mrs. Michael J. Manning and Mrs. Daniel Crowley are executive chairmen of the event. Parking will be at the, American Institute of Business, 2500 Fleur Drive, Lot 8, west of Fleur Drive on Bell Avenue and at Massey-Ferguson Inc., 1901 Bell Ave., east of Fleur. There will be shuttle bua service every 10 minutes. BRIDAL SHOP Everything you nMd for your \ mott important occottan. AccMtoritt, bridnnxiid and Mothw-of-tht-lrid* gowm. tMciiNziif h I w« fir MtitM Hi larftr sizts. 706 Wolnut Si. Ph. 2437189 Open Monday Night 'lil ? . Weddings, engagements PESMQINES SUNDAY REGISTER • AuMit 31,1*75 fit. TAMELLEO-STET9ON PINK-HUGHtt Julie Hughes of Omaha,Neb., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hufhes, 1415 Tiffin St., was married. Saturday m the rote garden of Greenwood Park, to Dr. 'William Pink of Omaha, Neb., formerly of London, Englahd. Dr. Wayne Bryan of the Drake University Campus Ministry Center officiated. A reception followed at Echo Valley Country Club. Dr. Pink is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pink of London. The bride is a graduate of Drake and received her master's degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She has been teaching at Thomas Jefferson High School in Council Bluffs and now attends Creighton University's school of law in Omaha. Her husband was graduated from Nottingham (England) University and received his master's and doctorate degrees from the University of Oregon, Eugene. He Is an associate professor and head of the educational foundation department at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The couple will live in Bellevue, Neb. SEWARD-MORTENSEN Jan Mortensen, 4250 NE Tenth St., and Mike Seward, 4200 SW Park Ave., were married Saturday In Union Park. The Rev. Glenn Brennan of Winterset Nazarene Church officiated. The ^couple's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mortensen, 1525 Milton Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Seward of Peru. MEADE-BENGTSON The marriage of Victoria lee Bengtson, 1801ft Army Post Road, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bengtson of Farragut, to Jimmy Joe Meade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meade of Postville, took place Saturday at Cottage Grove Avenue Presbyterian Church. The couple will reside at the Army Post Road address. The bride, a graduate of the American Institute of Business, is employed by the Iowa Development Commission. Her husband is a student atAIB. LEIBOLD-FARRELL Judith Ann Farrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kent Farrell, 1808 Seventy-eighth St., and Kenneth Joseph Leibold of Ames, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leibold of New Hampton, eichanged marriage vows Aug. 16 at Windsor Presbyterian Church. The couple will live in Ames, where the bride is a senior at Iowa State University and where her husband was graduated from that school. SILZER-P1ZINGER Carol Kay Pizinger, 4221 Village Lane, West Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pizinger, 608 Twenty-first St., West Des Moines, and Gregory U. Silzer, 3117 Fortieth Place, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Silzer, 3404 Lind- lavista Way, were married Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in West Des Moines. The couple will live at the Fortieth Place address. The bride attended Mankato (Minn.) State College and is employed by St. Paul Insurance Co. Her husband attended the University of Iowa,'Iowa City, and works for American Republic Insurance Co. GREEN—BROWN Mary Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown, 3114 Forty-fifth St., and Edward Samuel Green, 6701 Hickman Road, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Green Jr. of Seattle, Wash., were married Saturday at the Citadel Corps Community Center. The couple will reside at the Hickman Road address. The bride is employed by Continental Western Insurance Co. Her husband works for Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co. GESSO-HART The marriage of Heidi Lynn Hart of Denver, Colo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Hart, 4026 Beaver Ave., and Paul George Gesso, also of Denver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gesso of Cleveland, Ohio, took place Saturday at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. Basil Grimes of Westminster United Presbyterian Church officiated. The couple will live in Denver. The bride is a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, and is with the Jefferson County Planning Department, Golden, Colo. Her husband, who is land use planner for Jefferson County in Golden, received his master's degree from the University of Colorado at Denver. MACKEY-CARROLL Maria Catherine Carroll, daughter of Mrs. John J. Carroll, 7213 Wilshire Blvd., and the late Mr. Carroll, was married Friday to William Joseph Mackey, son of Mrs. Robert D. Mackey, 3130 Beaver Ave., and the late Mr. Mackey. The wedding took place at St. Theresa's Catholic Church. After a trip to Minnesota, the couple will live at 1712 Sixtieth St. The bride is a graduate of Des Moines Area Community College and is a licensed practical nurse at Mercy Hospital. Her husband is employed by John Deere Des Moines Works. HAMILTON-HOLUB Elizabeth M. Holub, 3000 University Ave., West Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Holub of Newton, became the bride of Steven M. Hamilton, 2400 Hickman Road, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Saturday. The wedding took place at McCann Center In Newton with the Rev. Francis Bass of Newton's Sacred Heart Church officiating. The couple will live at Whidbey /Island, Wash., after a trip to Bermuda and Florida. The bride attended the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, and is employed by The Travelers Insurance Cos. Her husband, a graduate o( Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., is serving as a lieutenant with the Navy at Whidbey Naval Air Station. ANDERSON-EVERLY Marilyn Elizabeth Everly and Richard Alfred Anderson, both of Ankeny, exchanged marriage vows Saturday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ankeny. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Everly of Bondurant. Mr. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Anderson of Gig Harbor, Wash. After a trip to Hawaii, the couple will live in Ankeny. The bride is employed by Massey-Ferguson Inc. Her husband works for Hammer Electric Inc. BROCKETT-WARREN Roberta Lynn Warren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Neil Warren, 1520 Henderson Ave., was married to Scott Charles Brockett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brockett, 2318 E. Eleventh St., Saturday. The wedding took place at First Federated Church. After a trip to Kansas, City, Mo., and the Lake of the Ozarks, the couple will live in Des Moines. Mrs. Brockett is employed by American Abstract Co. Her husband works for United Parcel Service. He attended the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, and Des Moines Area Community College. MOORE-GARLAND Sharon Kay Garland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jarland, 5400 NE Twenty- third Ave., and Jeffrey Scot Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Moore, 4407 Seventiet St., exchanged marriage vow Aug. 23. The wedding took place in the rose garden of Greenwood Park. After a trip to the Ozarks, the couple will live in Slater. Mr. Moore, who attended Grand View College, is attending Iowa State University, Ames. The marriage of Deborah Kathleen Stetson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fairley Stetson, 5231 Waterbury Road, and Donald Tamelleo, son of Mrs. Carmine Tamelleo of Providence, R. I., and the late Mr. Tamelleo, took place Saturday at Westminster United Presbyterian Church. A reception followed at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club. The bride attended the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and was graduated from the University of Idaho, Moscow. Mr. Tamelleo received his degree from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville. After a trip, the couple will live in Centerville, where both are teachers and coaches at Centerville High School. HERNDON-McGEEHON The marriage of Louise Anne McGeehon, 1800 Watrous Ave., daughter of Mrs. Robert McGeehon of Indianola and of the late Dr. McGeehon, to Ronald Wayne Herndon, 1069\> Fifty-ninth St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Herndon, 431 Sixty-first St., took place Saturday. The wedding was in Smith Chapel at Simpson College, Indianola, with the Rev. Roger Betsworth, Simpson College chaplain, officiating. The couple will live at the Fifty-ninth Street address. The bride attended Simpson College, where her husband received his degree. She is employed by The Bankers Life. He works for Des Moines Seed and Nursery Co. LEONARD-BEEMAN Kim Beeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beeman, 4116 Sixty-eighth St., became the bride of Jim Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leonard, 1046 Marcourt Lane, Saturday. The wedding took place at St. Pius X Church. The couple, after a trip to Kansas City, Mo., will live in Ames, where Mr. Leonard is a senior at Iowa State University. His bride, who attended Iowa State, is employed by Federal Home Loan Bank. COFFMAN-CLAYTON Maxine L. Clayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Clayton, 3815 Sixty-fourth St., and James L. Coffman, State Farm Road, West Des Moines, son of Mrs. Howard Coffman of Portland, Ore., and of the late Mr. Coffman, were married Friday at New Hope United Methodist Church. The couple will reside in Des Moines, after a trip to Kansas City, Mo. The bride is a graduate of Iowa Lutheran Hospital and is a nurse at the Veterans Hospital. Her husband, a Navy veteran, is with Des Moines Auto Auction, Inc. WILLIAMS-POORE Karen Dee Poore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Poore, 1022 Clinton Ave., and David R. Williams, son of Mrs. lone Williams of Humboldt and the late Lloyd Williams, were married Aug. 23. The wedding took place at Highland Park Christian Church. The couple will live in Ames, where both are seniors at Iowa State University. The marriage of Helen Wescott Lodwick and Arthur George Brown took place Saturday at the farm home of the bride's parents. Dr. Louis A. Haselmayer, president of Iowa Wcsleyan College, Mount Pleasant, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seeley G. Lodwick of Bryn Ayr Farm, near Wever, and Arlington, Va. Mr. Lodwick is a former Iowa state senator and currently is director of government relations .of the American Farm Bureau Federation in Washington, D.C. Mr. Brown is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown of Chenoa, III. The bride was graduated from Iowa Wesleyan College. Her husband attended Rind Lake Junior College at Mount Vernon, III., and received his mortuary science degree from Dallas (Tex.) Institute of Mortuary Science. The couple will live in Morton, 111. The bride, who had been employed In Burlington, works for Ginny Lee's Dress Shop In Morton, where her husbanaTsTwith Ludwig Mortuary. HADLEY-STEERE Nancy Leona Steere of Waukee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steere of Greene, and Ben A. Hadley, also of Waukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hadley, 1014 SE Marion Ave., exchanged marriage vows Saturday. The wedding took place at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Greene. Following a trip to Hawaii, the couple will reside in Waukee. Mrs. Hadley, who attended Des Moines Area Community College, is employed by Downe Computer Service. Her husband, a Navy veteran, is employed by the United States Post Office. PALMER-EARLL Peggy Ann Earll, daughter of Mrs. Robert Bailey, 6512 NW Sixth Drive, and of the late Berton E. Earll, was married Aug. 23 to Craig Allen Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Palmer, 1521 E. Twenty-first St., at Imnmanuel United Methodist Church. The Rev. Harold A. Varce of Faith United Methodist Church in Ankeny officated. After a trip to Kansas City, Mo., the couple will live at 4210 E. Fourteenth St. The bride was graduated from Des Moines Area Community College. She is employed by Pioneer Hi- Bred International Inc. Her husband works for Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. STEELE-BAGDONAS Marriage vows were exchanged in the rose garden of Greenwood Park by Laura Ann Bagdonas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Bagdonas, 6913 New York Ave., and John W. Steele, son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Steele of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Aug. 23. The Rev. Lewis Crase of Covenant Christian Church officiated. A reception followed at Traye- lodge West. Following a trip to Sun Valley, Idaho, and France, the couple will live in New York City. Both are graduates of the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. TUX RENTAL Featuring: WINDSORS* PRINCE CHARLES ADVENTURERS* PEAK TUXES WOODSTOCK • TWO LOCATIONS* 417 Locust Ph. 283-0453 OpeiMM.tThvrs. 1:00-8:30 Ties.-Wed.-ffl. 1.1*5:30 70th I Univ. Ph. 255-1385 Open Monday thru Friday Eve.'til 8:30 lith Sttris Opn Sit. 'til 4:30 "THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN FORMAL WEAR" SKEFFINGTONS4 4lJO*V4/l«IUAr/OW4'JHNHmorMJNO /I ^ iromoim/triMQ THI tarnHdiom nan _j It's kire! Tki ... tki •lit pipular lir*il fir mogozinci it on him. Yog'l lovt tht iWMping |Mok lop«lt & th« ongl*d pocUlj with matching trim. Wt wl Kelp you put it at tog«th«r. Stop in toon. uWonas Formal R«nUI Park Fair Center 2nd*Euclid* 2434221 Mon.-Fri. 10-8:30; Sot. 9 5 You CM »Hgrt M'lordi Schaffers Bridal Shop 304 8th Street Des Moines, Iowa ALL NiW Fall Bridal Fashions Bridesmaids and Formats A complete selection of Bridesmaid, Mother of Bride ond lower Girl dresses. Op«n Monday Nightj till 9pm. / Barbara C. Metier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Metier, 677 Sixty-seventh St.., and Irving S. Gilbert, 3317 SW Forty-fourth Place, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Gilbert, 1703 NW Eightieth St., were married Saturday at Alpine Village Inn. The Rev. George S. Worcester of Plymouth Congregational Church officiated. After a trip to Ocho Rtos, Jamaica, the couple will live *t the SW Forty-fourth Place •address. The bride attended Grand View College and the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. She is employed by The Bankers Life. Her husband works for M & M Sales Co. NELSON-McCAUGHTR Y ' The marriage of Patricia Ann McCaughtry and John H. Nelson, both of Ames, took place Saturday at Douglas Avenue Presbyterian Church. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCaughtry, 4155 NW Forty-sixth Place, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson of. Boone. Following a trip to Bear Lake, Minn., the couple will reside In Ames. The bride, a graduate of Iowa State University, there, is employed by Planned Parenthood of Ames. Her husband, who attended Iowa State, works for Heinrich's Envelope Co. of Boone. TURPIN-HAWKINS Gail N, Hawkins, 7800 Iltis Drive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Hawkins, 2309 Hillside Ave., West Des Moines, and Stan E. Turpin, 2508 Canterbury Road, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Turpin, «200 Franklin Ave., were married Saturday. .The wedding took place at Plymouth Congregational Church followed by a reception at Eddie Webster's. After a trip to Colorado, the couple will live at the Iltis Drive address. The bride, who attended the American Institute of Business, works for Cook Industries Inc. Her husband is employed by Ramada Inn. LANGE-KALLEMYN Mary Elizabeth Kallemyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kallemyn, 1545 Forty- eighth St., and Brian Drexel Lange, son of Mr. and Mrs. Drexel Lange, 926 Fortieth St., West Des Moines, were married Aug. 23 at Meredith Drive Reformed Church. The Rev. Carl Van Farrowe of that church and the Rev. H. W. Gaul of Sacred Heart Catholic Church of West Des Moines officiated. After a trip to Minnesota, the couple will live in Chicago. The bride attended Des Moines Area Community College, Grand View College and the American Institute of Business. Her husband, a graduate of Drake University, will attend the National School of Chiropractic in Chicago. FORMAL WIAt * r PALM If ACM f For those very special , occasiona !t in your - life.. COIWIN HUTS CONFIDENCE. NOiMTWHIWIOHS! 1910 COTTAGE GROVE MON.-FRI 9-6 SAT. 9-5 282-5159 MERLE HAY MALL MON.-FRI. 10-9 SAT. 10-6 SUN. 12-5:30 278-1415 AUo tr»il»Ut it tlilt mff'i VMT Mot «i 4ufl»)uu tki CMHU tun.

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