BioM: Moss, Edith (1931)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Moss, Schilling, Zimmerma, Roder, Nebel

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11 June 1931

Moss, Edith (Marriage - 4 June 1931)

On June 4th, at the Evangelical parsonage in Chili, Wis., Miss Edith Moss of Fremont township became the bride of Mr. Ezra Schilling of Fremont, the Rev. G. W. Zimmerman, pastor of the Immanuel Evangelical church of Chili, performing the impressive ceremony, in which the double ring ceremony was also used.

They were attended by Mr. Chester Roder, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Mildred Nebel, a cousin of the groom.

The groom was attired in navy blue, and the bride wore a beautiful and becoming creation of flat crepe of rose cedar shade. The best man was also attired in blue and the bridesmaid was gowned in a pleasing shade of yellow georgette, of the becoming design.

The groom, a young man of sterling character and respected by a host of friends, is the younger son of Mrs. Bertha Schilling, who has been a long and respected citizen of the community, he having grown to manhood on the fine farm which he will now manage and upon which he with his bride will reside.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuffield Moss of Fremont township, well known citizens, and she spent the greater part of her life in the community with her parents, having endeared herself by her pleasing and refined graces, to a large circle of friends.

At the home of the groom’s mother a sumptuous wedding dinner was served to the immediate relatives of the couple, a large and beautifully decorated wedding cake occupying the center of the table, from which radiated pink and white ribbon streamers to all parts of the table, ending with place cards for the guests.

The home was made beautiful with pink and white decorations, which was the color scheme for the occasion.

The bride and groom received many very substantial and pretty wedding gifts, which will lend to their future comfort.

The bridal couple left by auto on a several days’ honeymoon trip, and upon their return will be at home to their well-wishing friends, in a home made beautiful for their occupancy.

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Schilling with them a long and happy wedding life.



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