Clipped From The Alton Democrat
MURPHY-FEGEBANK - - (Continued from front page) carried bouquets of pale yellow carnations. The mother of the bride wore a beige sheath with metallic embroidery and corsage of yellow carnations. Mrs. Fegebank wore a pale blue sheath with pink carnation corsage. ton. brothers of the bride. Ushers were Lee Hinkley of PauUina and C. Michael Murphy of Alton. Mrs. Delorosa Braun was organist and the children's choir sang. A reception for^lSO guests was held at Sioux Golf and Country Clvib followed by a^buffet luncheon al St. Mary's Halli' Mary Homan apd Mrs. Pat Hughes pbured coffee,, and waitresses were Josephine Kokenge, Nancy Herrig, Donna Schneider and Carol Minten. Mrs. David Galles and Mrs. Francis Koaz were hostesses. Mrs. Jeff Halstrom and' Mrs. Robert Boeyink displayed the gifts and Mrs. James Harriman had charge of the guest book. Out of town guests included Messrs. and Mesdames Alphonse Koelzer, WaterviUe, Minn.; Norbert Ley, Watkins," Minn.: Walfred Johnson, Worcester, Mass.; Myles Balfe, WaterviUe, Minn.; Mrs. Frances Wartman, Jordan, Minn.; Judge and Mrs. James Murphy -i** - • - - • and Mary Ann, Messrs. and Mes- J. D. Murphy and Dennis Murphy, all of Grand Rapids, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy of Marshall, Minn.; Dr. and Mrs. William Murphy and Patrick of Adrian, Minn.; Mrs. E. Nugent and Mrs. J. Gagnon of Maple Lake, Minn.; Mr. Gary Feller of Granville, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Fegebank, Mrs. Herman Kluender. Mr. Henry Zeeb, Mrs. Dorothy Hinkley and Lee, Messrs. and Mesdames Eugene Wallin, Edward Beermann and family, Leslie Lange. Arnold Miller and Kathy, and Frank Pauling all of PauUina; Elmer Lange of Granville; Alvin Kluender and famUy of Hartley; Carlton Adkins of Pipestone, Minn.; Wayne White of Mankato. Minn.; Robert Kluender of Hartley; and Miss Cathy Miller of Webster City.