The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1956
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8-AI0cna (Id.) Upper DM Maine* fuetcto-y, November $?, 1956 Betty Hill, Swea City, Is Bride In Nov. 10 Rites Swea Cuy — Saturday evening, Nov. 10, at 7 o'clock, Betty Agnes Hill, daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius Hill, Swea City, was. married to Marlin Vincent Lium. son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Lium, Bricelyn, Minn. The service was read by Rev. S. H. Hammer, in the Swea City Methodist church. Kenneth Seylur presided at the organ and Mi's Leslie Anderson was soloist. The couple is pictured above (Davis Studio, Blue Earth, Minn.) The bride was gowned in a !loor length dress of Chantilly type lace and net over satin. The ;"own was fashioned with a lace bodice, with stand up Windsor type collar and long lace sleeves with the traditional point. Four panels of lace adorned the full net skirt. The elbow length veil was of illusion, and was attached to a crown of not and pearls. She carried a white Bible over wlilrh was a shower bouquet of yellow roses with white streamers and yellow rose buds. The Bible was the .gift of the bridegroom. Miss Channayne Boe of Armstrong was maid of honor. Jim Haun of Bricelyn was best man, and ushers were Arm a nil ULsted of Bricelyn and Jerry Jensen of Minneapolis. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception for 165 persons- was held in the church parlors Here the decorations were curried out in the bride's colors of yellow and white. A four tier wi-ddin? cake was used for a table center piece and other decorations wort- streamers with white btr'ls. Tht cako had been baked by Mrs Goron Weslcott. Mrs Westcott aU( served as dining room hostess assisted by Mrs Sig Loge. The cake w r is cut by Mrs Chris Jen sen of Pennock, Minn.; Mrs Fred Nedderson. Austin, Minn., presid ed at the coffee urn and Dorothy Westcott served the lemonade The gift table was in charge of Mrs Arlet Woodwick of Rake and Mrs Jule Henning, Bricelyn Minn. Miss Janice Wuterburg Austin, Minn, was in charge ol the eucst book. The bride and bridegroom M 1 for Amarillo, Texas, where hi had to report for duty on Monday, Nov. 12. MLS Liu:n attended the Swea City school, was employed in the Swea City telephone exchange, and later work ed in the Blue Earth Community Memorial hospital. Mr Lium is with the Air Force, stationed at Amtuillo AFB. He Ls studying to become an instructor in the Air Force. The couple will live in Amarillo, Texas. Emmet Canvass Alters Final Vote A vote canvass in Emine 1 county, which added to the tola' for Merwin Coad, Democratic candidate for Congress, resulted in a chanee in the elected state representative from that county also. Niels J. Nelson. Ringstc-d Democrat, took a 10-vote lead over Harold Clayton. Republican, who had earlier been declared the winner. Clayton said he \vould not contest the election. He is a former resident of Algona. At the same time, the canvass resulted in a total gain of 177 for Burl N. Ridout, candidate for the state Senate. The final tabulation as a result brought the margin of the victor, Duane E Dewel, Republican, down from 612 to 435 in the three-county total. $300 It did $300 worth of damage to an automobile driven by S. R Van Kirk. D*6 Moines, when he hit a calf on the highway near it. HOSPITALS Nov. 12 — Mrs E. J. Lohiff, Clare, medical; Mrs Pat Murphy, Algona, boy, 10-5. Nov. 13 — Mrs James Kolp, Algona, boy, 7-lVi; Mrs Floy Wolterman, AJgona, boy, 7-10; David C. Swim, Whittemore, surgery, R. T. McAlpine, Algona, medical; Mrs Andrew Nauman, Bancroft, girl, 8-13. Nov. 14 — Mrs John Carlson, Burt, maternity; Charles Murphy. Algona, medical; Baby Ruth M. Studer, Wesley, boarder; Mrs Lloyd McMahon, Irvington, boy, 6-6." Nov. 15 — Michael J. Degen Algona, boarder; Mrs Harvey Graham, Algona, boy, 8-8'/.>. Nov. 16 — Mrs Leo Ludwig Jr., Mallard, boy, 6-',-.»; Mrs William Boldridge, Irvington, medical. Nov. 17 — John C. Bradley, Algona, T & A: Victoria A. Bradley. 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