BEROGAN, MYERS, NICHOLASON, CLARK, INDBLOOM, DINSDALE, BICKFORD, IRVING
Posted By: Raven Thomas (email)
Date: 9/3/2015 at 20:01:06
Berogan-Myers Marriage Solemnized
(Hand dated as June 1936)
Miss Mildred Berogan and Mr. Lee Myers, both of Blairsburg, were married at 7 p.m. Friday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Berogan. The ceremony was read by the Rev. G.E. MacCanon, pastor of the Mulberry Center church.
The bride graduated from the Blairsburg high school in 1930. She attended junior college in Webster City and the State Teachers college, and for several years has taught school in Hamilton county.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Myers, of Webster City. He graduated from the Webster City high school in 1927, and from the junior college in 1929 and for the past few years has been farming in the vicinity of Blairsburg.
Miss Berogan wore a beautiful chiffon dress of delicate peach. The home was decorated in yellow and white.
After the wedding, dinner was served. Mrs. Nicholson had charge of the dinner, and she was assisted by four cousins of the bride, who did the serving; Mrs. R.J. Clark, of Gaza; Doris Lindbloom, of Hinton; Ruth Dinsdale and Lida Bickford, of Webster City.
Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Berogan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irving and children, Keith, Bonnie and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Myers and children, Mary, Virginia, George and Oliver.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Myers will live on a farm five miles northwest of Blairsburg.
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