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Surnames: Kayhart, Piper, Oliver, Lambert, Reinert, Laabs, McIver, Adams, Bellore, Ward
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 25 June 1936
Kayhart, Inez (Marriage - 13 June 1936)
At a very pretty ceremony performed at 4 o’clock Saturday afternoon, June 13, at the Methodist Church at Antigo, Rev. E. M. Oliver officiating, Inez Kayhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Kayhart, and Verl W. Piper, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Piper of Summer, Ill., were united in marriage.
The bride’s sister, Mildred Kayhart, was her maid of honor, Irene Kayhart, also her sister, was her bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Charles Lambert.
The bride wore a gown of white satin and a finger tip veil and carried a shower bouquet of bridal wreath and sweet peas and daisies. The maid of honor wore green organdie with a yellow sash and yellow hat, gloves and sandals. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow iris and white and orchid daisies. The bridesmaid wore orchid organdie with hat and gloves and sandals to match and carried an arm bouquet of yellow iris and white and orchid daisies.
The flower girl, little Janet Reinert wore a long yellow organdie frock and wore a band of daisies around her head. From her basket of flowers she scattered rose petals and daisies in the path of the bride as she marched up the aisle as the wedding march was played by Miss Alvina Laabs. Hazel McIver and Glenore Adams classmates of the bride acted as ushers. Betty Bellore sang, "I Love You Truly" just before the ceremony.
The church was beautifully decorated with bridal wreath and yellow and orchid iris.
Two showers were given in honor of the bride to be, at which she received many beautiful and useful gifts.
The bride was born on the Chas. Kayhart farm on Highway 73 near Greenwood. She has lived at Antigo since she was ten years old and attended school there. She is a graduate of the Antigo High school with the class of 1936.
The groom was born on a farm at Summer, Ill. He came to Wisconsin in November 1934.
Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Fred. M. Ward of Milwaukee, an uncle of the bride.
A reception was held at the home of the bride immediately after the ceremony for the wedding party and a few friends and neighbors, immediately following the reception the couple left for a short wedding trip.
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