BioM: Free, Ruth (1923)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames Zimmerman, Free, Scott
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 01/04/1923
Free, Ruth (Marriage - 1 Jan. 1923)
Mr. Harry Zimmerman and Miss Ruth Free were quietly married Monday evening, Jan. 1, 1923, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Free on Court Street, Rev. Walter Trench Scott officiating. They were attended by the bride’s brother Thomas Free and Miss Viola Schultz. Only the parents of the bridal couple and a few other relatives were present. The bride wore a beautiful dress of cream colored lace over yellow silk taffeta, trimmed in pearl and gold. The Christmas decorations of the home had been left intact, giving the rooms a fitting holiday atmosphere. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Zimmerman. He has grown to manhood here, graduated from the high school and last year completed a course in Commerce In the State University. He had from time to time worked in the Zimmerman store, and thus became quite widely acquainted with people in and about the city. His ability as a student, his gentlemanly and courteous manner made him a favorite in school and college and won the respect of all who know him otherwise. He will continue to take an active part in the work in the store where his education and training will be of signal service to the public.
The bride is a young lady of whom too much cannot be said in praise. After completing her high school course she worked for a time in a bank, later taking a position as bookkeeper at the Neillsville Condensary. To her charming personality are added the graces of a fine courtesy, quick intelligence and good common sense. This choice young couple start out on a life that seems filled with beauty and with promise. That is many bring to them all that they richly deserve is the best with that can came from their sincere friends and admirers. For the present they will live at the J. G. Zimmerman home.
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