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 - Eugene Nelson, Bride at Home At Ellsworth...
Eugene Nelson, Bride at Home At Ellsworth MAIDEN ROCK, Wis., (Special)-- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nelson are now at home in Ellsworth after their recent marriage. Mrs. I Nelson was formerly Kathryn Hul! verson of this area. They were ! married Friday evening at Salem | Lutheran Church. The bride is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulverson, Maiden Rock, and her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Nelson, Ellsworth, The double-ring vows were spoken at 8:15 p.m. before the T. Jothen. Mrs. A. W. Larson Wayne Loomis, Red Wing, were organist and vocalist respectively. Miss Carole Hulverson, Wilson, was her cousin's honor attendant and the bridesmaids were Mrs. K e n n e t h Coulson, Rapid S. D., a sister of the bride, and Miss Virginia Hjerstadt, Wanamingo. A Chantilly lace bodice and peplum and a net skirt over satin the style of the bride's gown complemented by a veil of nylon illusion held by a crown oi seed pearls. White roses and stephanotis formed her bridal bouquet. own jewelry was a pearl necklace. The bride's attendants were attired in identical gowns of pale blue' net over taffeta with matching boleros. Miss Hulverson carried pink roses and stephanotis, a n d t h e bridesmaids' were of white and yellow daisies. Attending the bridegroom as j man was Edwin Nelson and ushers were Ednore Quist, Maiden Rock, Robert Bostrom. Hager James Hulverson, Maiden Rock, and Gordon Johnson, Ellsworth. A navy sheer with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses and stephanotis was selected by Mrs. Hulverson for her daughter's wedding while Mrs. Nelson wore navy with white accessories. Her flowers were also pink roses and stephanotis. |, 200 £ w a s held ^ the through | £ , | The bride , s table and j * d ifll s u m m e r flow . d t Mrs CUf . the bride's aunt, at t h e i to i M i s s ' M a y O lson. Attending boo k was Miss Marvel j - '· j . her °TM| with white accessor- and j » corsage was a white or- week1 *ier corsage was a wnue ui graduated from High School, and by the Red · husband attended the Ellsworth High School, and is employed on his fath- left on a wedding Mrs. Nelson wore and the medicals on | "era they er's farm.

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  1. The Winona Republican-Herald,
  2. 30 Jun 1953, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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