Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Philipson, Slocomb, Kain, Kissner, Thompson, Barnes, Marti
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Aug 1935
Philipson, Hazel (Marriage - Aug. 1935)
Lighted tapers and yellow gladioli formed a pretty setting for the wedding of Miss Hazel Philipson, youngest daughter of Mrs. Andrew Philipson of this city, and Herllin Slocomb, which was solemnized in the Methodist Church Saturday evening at 8:30 with the pastor. Rev. Kain, reading the single ring ceremony.
The bride was pretty in an ankle length white organdie dress. She wore a corsage of white sweet peas and yellow rose buds. The matron of honor, Mrs. Louis Kissner, a sister of the bride, wore a pale blue print dress and a corsage similar to that worn by the bride.
Lorraine Thompson, a former pupil of the bride, from near Comfrey, was the flower girl. She wore a crisp yellow frock and carried a casket of white phlox.
George Slocomb of Currie attended his brother; both wore dark suits.
Following the ceremony there was a wedding gathering at the Philipson home for the immediate families.
W. B. Barnes and Eldon Marti sang "Hold Thou My Hand" and Mrs. W. E. Barnes played the nuptial music.
Miss Philipson since her graduation from the local school and the normal training department taught in district 60 and 63 in Milligan Township.
The groom is the graduate of Carleton College and Columbia University. He taught one year in the local high school and since that time has been a member of the staff at Bellingham, Wash.
After a wedding trip through the West, the young couple will be at home September 1st in Seattle, Wash., where Mr. Slocomb will *[rest cut off.]
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