Milton F. Moen Jr. married Lois M. Holum (son of Mr. & Mrs. Milton Sr.)
* Lois M, Holum Becomes Bride Grace Lutheran Church WAS the setting for th* marriage ef Lois Marleth Hdium and Milton F. Moen Jr., June 8, P a s t o f johan Thorson performing the ceremony. The bride, dauhtef of Mr, and Mrs. Irving Holum, Rt. 5, wore a bouffant gown of Chantilly Chantilly lace and organza over taffeta taffeta fashioned with long tapered tapered sleeves andasabrina neckline. The Basque waistline controlled a storybook skirt of ruffled tiers of lace and a detachable detachable train of organza and lace swept from the gown's shoulder line. A princess coronet secured lier shoulder length veil and she carried a bouquet of yellow roses. Patricia Holum was maid of honor and Terry Lee Bells bach, Phyliss Montgomery, Sandra Holum and Debra Moen Moen were bridesmaids. The attendants wore Empire gowns of peach-colored fabric featuring short sleeves. Mlndy Trw§eth wif flower girl and Rwtoiy Holum, ring bearer. The brWfsrdOffli -toft w and Mrs. Milton MMn, Rt, . was attended % Vernon Moen, best mm, and Larry Haytten, Jon Hobbs, Charles Hobbs and Andy Brein, groomsmen. G&rhardt and Gereld Moen, Duane Johnson, Dick Holum, Irving Holum and Jim B e 11 s bach seated guests. A reception was held in the church parlors. The e o a p 1 e will be at home at Rt. 5, Kit Revives Limp Curls You can revive limp curls quickly by plugging a compact electric hair roller kit into your outlet. Within five minutes or less, tiny red dots turn black, telling you the rollers are ready to use. Perfect for out-of-town scholars, traveling career girls, or those lucky enough to be on vacation.