BioM: Marsh, Fay I. (Marriage - 1914)

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Surnames: ZIMMERMAN MARSH

----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/05/1914

Marsh, Fay I. (Marriage - 3 NOV 1914)

The home of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Marsh was the scene of a very pretty, quiet wedding Tuesday night, Nov. 3, when their daughter Fay Irene was united in marriage with Mr. Joseph A. Zimmerman. Only relatives and a few close friends were present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Martin Sindell of Eau Claire. The rooms were tastily decorated I pin, white and green, with bride’s roses, and carnations; the sitting room being decorated with smilax, ferns and roses.

The bride wore a pretty white embroidered batiste dress, nad the groom the customary black.

Preceding the marriage, the bride’s brother Gerald sand, "Four Leaf Clover", accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Wayne Miller on the piano. Harry Zimmerman, the groom’s brother, played Mendelsohn’s wedding march.

After the ceremony a pretty wedding lunch was served under the direction of Miss Irene Lloyd and Miss Helen Crocker.

There were many appropriate and beautiful gifts from friends present and at a distance.

The young couple went immediately to their home, a beautiful new bungalow on Grand Ave. (Neillsville, Clark Co.), just completed and equipped for housekeeping.

It is with genuine pleasure we record the starting of this new home, bright with prospects, and radiant with every hope of happiness. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Zimmerman, and is well known to the entire community through his connection with the business of J.G. Zimmerman’s & Sons Co. His expert knowledge of his work, his manly upright character and his genuine helpful courtesy have made him a strong factor in the store, and a young man whose influence will grow and prove useful in the entire community. The bride was born and grew up in Neillsville, and represents our highest type of womanhood; quiet and domestic in her tastes, lady-like and sensible, she brings to the new household a grace and charm which well matches the fresh new beauty of the home. That peace and prosperity may be theirs, and love of many friends light their pathway along the years is our fervent wish.

 

 


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