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Surnames: Haugen, Wasserberger, Dixler, Nielsen, Zimmerman
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 Sept. 1937
Haugen, Alice (Marriage - 18 Sept. 1937)
A quiet wedding took place Saturday forenoon Sept. 18, at the parsonage of the Reformed Church, Neillsville, when Mr. Harry Wasserberger, son of Mrs. John Wasserberger and Miss Alice Haugen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haugen, were united in marriage. Rev. Wilson Bixler, pastor, officiating.
They were attended by Herbert Nielsen, a friend of the groom, and Miss Muriel Haugen, a sister of the bride. The bride wore a dress of Oxford grey material with black accessories and corsage of roses. Miss Muriel Haugen wore a dark brown man-tailored suit.
A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride’s parents to relatives and near friends, after which the bride and groom left on a honeymoon trip to Lake Arbor Vitae near Rhinelander.
The groom has lived all his life in Neillsville, Wis. He graduated from high school, taking a commercial course and in 1924, entered the employ of J. G. Zimmerman and Sons as bookkeeper in the store. After they sold out he was offered a position as bookkeeper in the Neillsville Bank where he has been employed since 1931. He is also carrying on the Neillsville Laundry.
In all his business and social relations he has won a high degree of respect and friendship.
The bride before coming to Neillsville graduated from high school at Mooseton, N. D., and later took a course in a business college at Fergus Falls, Minn. For some time she has been employed as cashier at the Farmers Store in Neillsville, where her courtesy and efficiency have won her many admiring friends.
The Press joins in wishing this worthy couple prosperity and happiness. They are expected home on Sunday and will begin housekeeping in the near future in apartments over Zimmerman Brothers Store.
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