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GI Ill SOCIETY ,nD c,uBs Damman-Zirpel Marry Our Savior's Lutheran Church at Wessington Springs was the scene of the March 29 candle- light wedding of Mary Ann Zir- pel, daughter of Mrs. Wilbert Zirpel, Woonsocket, and the late Wilbert Zirp~l, and Steven Damman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lenor Dammann of Wessington Springs. The Rev. Donald Koehn performed the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony. Kelly Page, organist accom- panied Tina Beck, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Wilbert L. Zirpel Jr., was attired in a white silk floor-length gown. Jean Sonne was maid of hon- or. Bridesmaids were Brenda Munger, Sherri Dammann, sister of the groom and Connie Kan- gus. Rod Schmiedt was best man. Groomsmen were Vernon Bolt, Stan Dammann, brother of the groom and Dan Yonnie. The ushers were Bryan Zirpel, bro- ther of the bride and Dawin Zirpel, cousin of the bride. The flower girls were Rochelle Hox- Hosts Bridge Club Mrs. Elvina Moe hosted the GF Bridge Club in her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Eldon Senska, Mrs. Ger- ald Klaas and Shirley Brown won high score honors. Lunch was served by the hos- tess. Town and Country Club Town and Country Club met at the home of Mary Jo Vetter Monday evening with four mem- bers and one guest present. The evening was enjoyed playing cards. Dr. R. D. Johnson OPTOMETRIST Across from Red Owl Huron, S. D.--35Q..8611 / / sie and Ronette Nelson, nieces of the bride. The ring bearer was Chad Hines, nephew of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Hoxsie, brother-in-law and sister of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dammann, brother and sister-in- law of the groom were hosts at the reception held in the church dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Er- nie Hines, brother-in-law and sister of the groom had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Eugene Beutner, aunt of the bride, cut the cake and Leona Engel, aunt of the groom, poured. Special guests were Mrs. Paul Hoes and Mrs. Gertrude Zirpel, grandmothers of the bride and Mrs. Alta Shyrock, grandmother of the groom. After a wedding trip to Rapid City Mr. and Mrs. Damman are at home in Wessington Springs where he is employed at K&E Implement. May Plans Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Jack) Case, of Mitchell, announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice to Dave Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Williams, of Card Parties at Senior Center Pinochle was played at eight tables at the Senior Citizens Center Friday night. High score winners were Elizabeth Nasby and Cleo Trudeau. Runners up were Loretta Hansowitz and Carl Steichen. Darwin Reidef of Omaha, Mrs. Herb Romy, Harvey, Ill., Nebr. visited in the DOn Reider Mrs. Alfred Funk and Mrs. San- Monday night pitch was play- ed.at 13 tables. High score winners were Mae Trudeau and Marie Vearrier playing "a man's ticket. Runners-up were Ger- trude Schmiedt and Mitchell Padmore. A get well card was signed for Marie Kuborn and AI VanLeur. Serving committee was Selma Schroeder, Marie Vearrier and Marie Budde. UMW Sets Senior Girls Tea Woonsocket United JMethodist Women met at the church with Genevieve Nielson presiding. The Shepherdess program is be- ing continued. Dorothy Mitchell will be visiting us'in the near future. A new Hoover sweeper has been purchased to be used in the church. President Nielson thanked the group for furnishing cookies for the Lenton services and the tele- phone meeting. Senior girls tea will be May 7. This is an annual event honoring all senior girls of Woonsocket High School. The lesson "The Cast of De- cipleship was presented by Myr- tle Ballard, assisted by Melba Slaybaugh, Viola Brown and Al- berta Linke. Lunch was served by Nell Cochran, Carol Ritter and Olive Authier. home enroute to Aberdeen Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Tiede and Vickie Bittner spent Sunday in. Sioux Falls visiting with Mrs. Sandra Roti, Mr. and Mrs. Stu- art Tiede and Jeff Tiede. SILK FLOWER classes will begin Thursday, April 17 at the Craft Corner. For information call 796-4218. b Mr. and Mrs. Jim VanDen- Hemal attended the wedding of Jerelyn Gamber and Keith Grohs in Huron Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christian and family were Sunday guests in the Bill Jiricek home at Madi- son. They had attended Jan Jiri- cek's First Communion at St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Swenson, Dillon, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Don- aid Swenson and Kent Swenson were Thursday supper guests in the David Swenson home. COME TO THE Pancake and Sausage Breakfast sponsored by the United Methodist-Bethany Lutheran Sunday Schools on Sunday, April 20, Bethany Luth- eran Church basement from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Adults $2.00, children $1.00. 27-2b Mr. and Mrs. Ron Bittner attended the 50th wedding anni- versary of Mr. and Mrs. John Flowers in Iroquois Sunday af- ternoon. They were Sunday evening guests in the Curtis Kludt home there. Sperlich-Weiland Wed Lisa Weiland and Mark Sper- lich were united in marriage on April 5 at the First Lutheran Church in Mitchell with the Rev. M. Franklin Pudas officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Weiland and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sperlich all of Mitchell. Given in marriage by her fa- ther, the bride was attended by Sue Barns, Mitchell, as maid of honor. Diana Weiland, Mitchell, and Connie Weiland, Rapid City, were bridesmaids. William Sper- ard Weiland, Spokane, Wash., aunts, cut and served the wed- ding cake. Others assisting were Suzie Uptagrafft, Sue Widman, Trish Koupal, Gretchen Groves, Linda Carroll, Dlanne Uptagrafft, Teresa Eckman, and Brenda Adams. Special guests were Mrs. An- na Weiland, grandmother of the bride and Mrs. Anna Sperlich and Mrs. Jessie Jarman, grand- mothers of the groom. "'Flatland Express" provided music for the dance. dy Johnson, South Holland, Ill., . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cain, Salix, "~., Randy White and Brenda Sh~m@ker of Aberdeen spent Sunday to Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John White. They were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Clarence Strand, Tuesday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church, rural Letcher. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Freed arrived home Saturday evening from Mesa, Ariz. where they spent the winter. Kellen Hinker, Lee Hinker and Fred Johnson of Forestburg were in Denver, Colo. Thursday to Sunday where Kellen consulted a physician. SILK FLOWER classes will begin Thursday, April 17 at the Craft Corner. For information call 796-4218. b Tom Parquet, NSC, Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parquet and Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Lea HelevanK and family of Glenham and Mr. and Mrs. David Larson of Hill City spent the Easter weekend in the Tim Weber home at Philip. Mrs. Kenneth Nielsen visited in Sioux Falls Saturday to Sun- day. She was an overnight guest of the Harry Bockornys and joined the Doug Druses for dinner on Sunday. Roelph Schlomer of Phoenix, Ariz. arrived recently to spend the summer months with his son and family, the Glen Schlomers. Sunday visitors in the Harvey Johnson home at Mt. Vernon were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eppendanz, Stickney, Mr. and Mrs. David Wadleigh and Amber, Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swenson. Edna Titus and Mrs. Bob Beach attended a library work- shop in Mitchell Friday on the Dakota Proposition. Mrs. Roger Syring of Derby, Kans. visited in the Stan Maake- stad home last week. Mrs. Maakestad and Mrs. Syring visited in the home of Pat Usher at Sioux Falls Friday. Mrs. Clara Merriman accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Merriman of Mitchell to High- more for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hoxsie were Sunday dinner guests in the Darrel Hoxsie home and were supper guests in the Don Smith home at Alpena. Rosemarie Moran and Geraldine Moran were in Pierre over the week end on business. They also visited in the Dennis Gere home. Mrs. Gary Jansen and Blair of Viborg spent from Thursday to Sunday in the Charles Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Regynski returned home last Monday after visiting three weeks in the Wynn Halvorson home at Las Vegas, Nee. They also visited relatives in Phoenix, Ariz. and with other relatives. Randy Reider of Augustana College spent the week. end in the parenfaILDick Reider home. Tom Parquet, NSC, Aberdeen, spent Friday to Sunday at t.he- Harold Parquets. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hubbart, Racine, Wisc., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hubbart, Artesian, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wendt, Fedora, were Fri- day evening visitors in the Par- quet home. All spent Saturday afternoon with their mother, Mrs. Nora Hubbart at Fire Steel Nursing Home in Mitchell. SILK FLOVER classes will begin Thursday, April 17 at the Craft Corner. For information call 796-4218. b Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and family of Sioux Fails were Saturday guests in the home of Mrs. Bertha Brown. Mrs. Grace Duncan spent the week end in the home of Mrs. Violet Munroe at Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swearingen of Plankinton joined them "for Sun- day dinner. They also attended the Bill Glass Crusade Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. AI Hamann spent last week visiting in the homes of Frank Budde at Jeffer- son and Tom Hamann at Dell Rapids. Delbert Hoxsie spent Tuesday to Thursday in Brookings at a water school. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Houli- ban and daughters of Huron were Sunday guests in the Ern- est Sweeney home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hubbart of Racine, Wisc., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wendt, Fedora, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parquet were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Ernest Hubbart home at Artesian. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klaas, Mrs. Elizabeth Nickelson of Prairie View Care Center, Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Nickelson and Mi- chelle and " Mr. and Mrs. Dean Remington and Angela of Huron were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Ray Baysinger home at Forestburg. Capt. Don McGillen and 2nd Lt. Jim Parker were guests of the Kenneth Nielsons Friday to Saturday. They flew into Sioux Falls from Reese A.F.B., Texas, to complete a cross country flight required for Jim's gradu- ation from flight school on May 16. Mabel Nielson, Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nielson were Friday evening d~nner guests. OPEN LETTER Woonsocket News Artesian Commonwealth Woonsocket, SD ~7385-Page Thursday, April 17, 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller the Easter week end in visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emil ang and famfl~j,, and also Mr. and hd~, ~)lllm Rapid City, Mrs. Elsie 3ohnson of burg, Mrs. Kent Swenson Heather and y spent Monday through the Fred Winkler home Beulah, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and family attended the of Steven Rogers and Schulte of Sioux Falls morning at Christ the Church. David Kirsch of Wyo. and Jamie Klapperich Rapid City also attended wedding. Peggy Prins of Sioux spent the Easter week Wilmont, Minn. in the Pat Prins. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ball~ family, Sandy Fuerst of WI ington Springs, Mr. and Bill Ball and family, Mrs. Barton and family, Groothuis, Mrs. Vince Grace Karie and Mr. and Mrs. Ball and sons were last supper guests in the Mrs. Esther Ball. Mrs. Bali's birthday was obser with the carry-in supper. Edna Titus, Mrs. Irene and Mrs. Joyce Beach the PALS organization at Howard Public Library in ard Thursday morning. Mrs. Wallace Moe home Wednesday after nine days with Mr. and Vince Jones at Mesa, Ariz. the Garth Estabrooks at Vegas, Nee. Easter weekend guests in home of Mr. and Mrs. Schlomer were Mr. and Jim Heiser and Omaha, Neb., Roelph Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Roy Buchholz, Heather and sey of Hitchcock and Schlomer and Michael students at DSC, Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Privet family of Caledonia, Minn. overnight guests in the Swenson home. They also with other relatives while were here. Dear friends, The funeral director mu., Je worthy of the trust placed in him by each family he serves'. The family" should be so cotmselled and assisted as to help it make necessary adjustments and to regain emotional com- posure. He must advise against extravagant expenditures while satisfying the family's need for a comforting memory picture for years to come. Respectfully, FUNERAL SERVICE WOONSOCKEI. SOUIH DAKOIA PHQN[ 7964265 Clearfield. Miss Case is a graduate of lich, Anoka, Minn., served as Mr. and Mrs. Sperlich will SanbornCounty Farmers Union Oil Mitchell Senior High School and bestman, Doug Sperlich, Rapid reside in Mitchell where both Presentation College Of Aber- City, Jim McLaury, Mitchell, as are employed. groomsmen. Scott Rural, Letcher deen and is a registered nurse ofW0o.socket Firesteel Heights Nursing Home, and John Burvee Fairbault, Minn., were ushers. The soloist Mitchell. Her fiance is a gradu- was Georgi Mauszycki and Dale Recognlzesthe value of a ate of Winner High School and Fluegel was organist. Nephews an Electronics Communications Greg Sperlich, Rapid City, and hy CEN EX graduate of Mitchell Vocational Jeramie Olson, Sackville, Wisc. customer, that'sw Technical School. He is employ- servedLetcher aSwasaCOlyteS.at guestJUlie Rural, dly ed at Business Products, Inc. of the book. prou awards them the Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruml, A May 24 wedding is being Letcher, and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Williams, Sackville, Wisc., were '- '-'oparKle Award planned. hosts for the reception held at Pineview hall. Mrs. Rich Burvee, Hastings, Minn. and Mrs. Rich- j socket Development Corp wishes to e'xtend an invitation to an open meeting on April 25, 19 80 at 7:00 p.m. in the Legion Room regarding two-day annual carnival or celebration held in our town each year. need all the input we can get. Be Sure To Attend! hinking of Building? Why Not Contact - Tim Sandness Construction Woonsocket, S. Dak. 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