BioM: Lindow, Arlene (May 18, 1941)
Contact: Shari Hahn
Surnames: Lindow, Koenecke, Hasz, Sternitzky, Arndt, Hillman, King, Rollo, Foemmel, Schilling
----Source: Personal news article collection of Millie Lee
A pretty May wedding took place in the Evangelical parsonage in Chili at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, May 18, when Miss Arlene LINDOW, Town of Fremont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur LINDOW, became the bride of Otto HASZ, Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman HASZ. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Philip KOENECKE.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ethelyn LINDOW, maid of honor, and Edna HASZ, sister of the groom, bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Paul GRASS of Granton.
A street-length dress of light blue Miami cloth and a shower bouquet of pink and white tulips and lilies of the valley comprised the bridal ensemble. A wreath of lilies of the valley and white accessories completed her attire.
Both attendants wore rose colored silk street-length dresses with white tulips, and white accessories.
A 5 o'clock dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, and covers were laid for 30 guests. Blue and rose crepe paper streamers were used as decorations, and a large white wedding bell and bouquets of cut flowers added to the festive spirit of the gathering.
Both Mr. and Mrs. HASZ attended High School at Granton and graduated with the class of 1936. Mr. HASZ is employed on his father's farm in Lynn, where they will reside.
Guests at the wedding included Miss Anna STERNITZKY and Mrs. August ARNDT, Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart HILLMAN and daughter, Betty, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Walter KING and sons, Walter Jr., and Floyd, Coloma; Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand SCHILLING, Granton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman HASZ and family, and Miss Emma HASZ, Lynn; the Rev. and Mrs. KOENECKE and Wanda ROLLO, Chili; Alvina FOEMMEL, Granton; Mrs. Bertha SCHILLING, Chili...
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