ISVIK, CRUMPTON, PIPER, HOUSTON, RICHARDS, PHILLIPS, SATRE, BELKNAP, RUSSELL, CROSLEY
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Date: 12/21/2013 at 20:08:02
Miss Esther Isvik and Dr. Robert C. Crumpton Married at Local Church.
Miss Esther Isvik, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. S.A. Isvik, of Jewell, and Dr. Robert Crumpton, of this city, were married Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at the English Lutheran church, with the Rev. E. A. Piper, pastor, officiating. He was assisted by Dr. Ira J. Houston, of the Congregational church.
The church was filled to capacity with relatives and friends of the couple who are both widely known over the county. Ushers were Marvin Isvik, brother of the bride, and C.F. Richards.
The church was beautifully decorated with baskets of cut flowers. Large bouquets of yellow pompoms and white chrysanthemums and baskets of ferns were attractively arranged at the alter and made a beautiful background for the impressive service.
Before the ceremony jack Phillips played a marimba-phone selection, and Miss Alfa Satre, accompanied by Miss Jane Belknap, sang, "O Promise Me" and "I love You Truly."
Miss Belknap played "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" at the processional, and the bride was preceded by her only attendant, Miss Martha Russell, maid of honor.
The bride entered the church on the arm of her father and met Dr. Crumpton and his attendant, Varick C. Crosley, at the alter where the single ring service was read by the Rev. Piper. Dr Houston led in prayer at the conclusion of the ceremony.
Miss Satre was dressed in [a] black silk crepe frock trimmed in white, and Miss Belknap wore a dress of yellow lace. Both wore pretty shoulder corsages of small pompoms and other tiny flowers.
Miss Russell was dressed in a charming frock of pink crepe and also wore a large white hat. She carried a shower bouquet of Talisman roses and orchid sweet-peas.
These three young women are nurses on the staff of the Hamilton county hospital, where Miss Isvik has been employed since the hospital was opened, and all are intimate friends of the couple.
Bride in White Satin.
The bride was lovely in her wedding gown of white satin modishly made, and h er long veil was kept in place by bands of lace. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet of Joanna Hill Roses and white sweet-peas.
As a recessional Miss Belkanp and Mr. Phillips played "O Promise Me."
Dr. and Mrs. Crumpton were congratulated and showered with rice as they left the church. They left immediately on a wedding trip through the southern states and upon their return will be at home in this city.
Mrs. Crumpton was reared in the community near Jewell and attended high school at Webster City. She was graduated from Lincoln high with the class of 1926 and immediately afterward entered nurses training at Deaconess hospital, Minneapolis.
She was graduated from there in 1930 and for a short time did private nursing in this community. When the Hamilton county hospital was opened here four years ago, she became a member of its nursing staff and held this position until her resignation last week.
Gets Degree in Chicago.
Dr. Crumpton received his B.A. degree at the Chicago university and his M.D. degree from Rush Medical school, Chicago. He was chief intern on the staff of St. Luke's hospital Chicago, for 18 months and for two years was on the staff of Cook county hospital, in Illinois.
He came to Webster City in 1915 and established his medical practice, but at the outbreak of the World war, he enlisted from Council Bluffs and was in service overseas for 171/2 months in the medical corps in France.
At the conclusion of the war he returned to this city and resumed his practice. His office is now located at 713 Des Moines street.
The doctor and his bride will received the congratulations and best wishes of their hosts of friends all over the county.
The capitalization, and lack-thereof are from the original article.
Hand dated Nov. 29th 1934.
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