Albert King

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sister-In-law, Gullick-son. Grand-view, y Georgians Giroux, Albert King Wed In Monday Morning Rites infoi- Georgian Giroux, daughter of Mis. Anton O. Giroux and Albert King, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. King were married at St. Pat-trick's Pat-trick's Pat-trick's church Monikiy at a 9 o'clock ceremony. The Rev, Bernard Bernard E. ShanJey officiated at the double ring ceremony. The altar and pews were decorated with bouiiiets of white gladiolus. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, John, chose for her wedding, a gown fashioned with a chantilly lace bodice and a net skirt bunded with lace. She wore a Juliet cap of rharttilly lace from which fell a fingertip veil. On a prayerbook the bride carried a groi p of garnet roses. Mrs. Hugh Hurtman, Rapid City, sister of the bride and matron matron of honor wore a frosted white organdy ballet inti length gown and carried a nosegay of pink roses as did the bridesmaids, De-lores De-lores De-lores ail Fiances Giroux, and Dorothy Morrison, Belle Fonrche, friend of the bride. Kelsie King, Spearflsh, niece of the groom and Anton Giroux. brother of the bride weie the flower girl and ring hearer. George King, Spearfish, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers included Donald King. Sturgis, Chailes King, Lead, and Warren Veren, Ft. Meade. During the ceivmony the traditional traditional wedding music was played by Mary Margaret Dunn, who accompanied accompanied George Rose singing "Ave Marie" and "Panis Angeli-cus." Angeli-cus." Angeli-cus." Immediately following the mass a icccption was held In St. Pat-lick's Pat-lick's Pat-lick's auditorium for approximately approximately 12.1 guests. Mrs. Alice Hicks. Sioux Kails, and Mis. Warren Warren Veren, Ft. Meade, presided at the urns while Mix. Charles King and Lucille Lucca served the cake, j Mrs. Jerry Simons and Miss Viv- Viv- j lan Near had chaige of the gilt j table and Mis. James Raiimnnn. the guest book. a Roy Fuirelh presented solus accompanied by i Mary Margaret Dunn. The bride is a lifelong resident of Lead and his been presently employed as a medical technologist technologist alter gradii.itug fiom the Sioux Valley Hospital, Sioux Falls King has been a resident of Deadwood for the past nine VfiM. gr ,'idiuitcd fiom Deadwood high school and is presently at-teilmg at-teilmg at-teilmg In nwoody Institute in Minneapolis. After September 1 they will be at h mie at 107H Hen-nel'in Hen-nel'in Hen-nel'in Ave., Minneapolis. Minn. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town gu"t Included Mis H H Hntman, Rjipid City; 1 John Giroux. Denvei ; Mrs. Bullion Bullion and Miss Foiges of Speailish; Dorothy Moinson. Belle Fourehe; Clillon Kiest, Ludlow: C. V. Martin. Martin. Hot Springs; William Rada-: Rada-: Rada-: nun her Cottonwood: Mr. and .Mis. Allen links. Sioux Falls; , Vivian Near, Minneapolis; Mrs. Gnu ge Swartz Ft. Dodge. I.i.; Mr. an I Mis. Walter Mill. r. Stur-, Stur-, Stur-, tis; Mr. and Mrs. Geoig King. Spearflsh; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Veren and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Veren of Sturgis and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas King of Sheridan, Wyo. Miss Curnow Feted At Bridal Shower Doreen Curnow was the honored guest at a bridal shower Sunday evening at the home of Mrs, W. A. Ferguson. Mrs. Ferguson's home was decorated with garden flowers and the brides chosen colors of blue and white. Twenty ladies were In attendance with out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests from Fruitdule and Newell. Mrs. Ferguson was assisted with the refreshments by Mrs. Ellen Srhrnele and Mrs. Noreen Neimi. Prizes awarded for games played were given to Mrs. Ida Friskey. Mrs. Irene Strang and Mrs. Bob Williams of Yankton. The bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be bride-to-be opened and displayed displayed her shower of miscellaneous gifts befoie refreshments were served to the gathering. Central City Mr. and Mrs. Tony Zoric and son Lynn, who have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Anton Zoric, In Golden Golden Gate, left Sunday for their home in Renton, Wash. They also visited her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Kane, in Lead, and her sister, Mrs. Leo Nikont in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baucrnflend and family, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Thomas Upton and two daughters, Forest Hills, N. Y., who have been visit in.'; Mrs. Anton Zurich, left Monday for their homes. The two women arc daughters of Mrs. Zoric. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LeSueur and family. Belle Fourehe. and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Worm, Newell visited Mrs. Elsie Hanson on Sunday. Sunday. Mrs. Grace Coleman who has been visiting at the home of her son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Juso. left Friday for her home in Spearlish. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Speer and family moved Monday to Casper, Wyo., where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond Thurmond Tucker, Sturgis, have rented the Speer home and will move to Central City in the near future. 0FT DlJWn KT. nioij.t

Clipped from Lead Daily Call19 Aug 1952, TuePage 6

Lead Daily Call (Lead, South Dakota)19 Aug 1952, TuePage 6
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