BioM: Zimmerman, Iva (30 Oct 1935)
Surnames: Zimmerman, Happe, Kleach, Roehrdanz, Neufeldt
----Source: Personal news article collection of Millie Lee
Immanuel's Evangelical church, Chili, was the scene of a pretty fall wedding when Miss Iva Zimmerman, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Zimmerman, Chili, became the bride of Oliver HAAPE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur HAPPE, West Fremont, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The ceremony was read by the Rev. G.W. Zimmerman, father of the bride.
Elry ZIMMERMAN, Sparta, brother of the bride, sang "I Love You Truly" and "O, Promise Me" with Mrs. Helen GRIMM at the piano.
The bride approached the altar on the arm of her brother, Lyle ZIMMERMAN, who gave her in marriage.
She was attended by the groom's sister, Lucille HAAPE, and Mrs. Elry ZIMMERMAN. Wesley HAPPE was his brother's best man.
For her wedding gown, Miss ZIMMERMAN chose the conventional white satin, designed with simple lines. Her soft cap veil was long and flowing, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and ferns.
Miss HAPPE was attired in a blue silk floor length frock trimmed with royal blue velvet, and wore a shoulder bouquet of pink and white roses.
Mrs. Elry Zimmerman was dressed in a blue silk gown of floor length and also wore a shoulderette of pink and white roses.
The bride's mother wore a brown silk frock trimmed in tan. The groom's mother was attired in a dark blue satin dress trimmed with white satin. Both had shoulder bouquets of roses.
A reception was held in the church parlors, covers being laid for 60 guests at a 6 o'clock dinner. The church was trimmed with blue and white decorations.
Out of town guests included several relatives of the bride as well as the Rev. and Mrs. A.E. HAPPE and daughter, Marian, Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence KLEACH, Fond du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. Carl HAPPE, Osseo; the Rev. and Mrs. Melvin ROEHRDANZ, Arcadia; Charles NEUFELDT and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin NEUFELDT, New York City.
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