BioM: Ewert, Sandrea Lee (1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ewert, Timm, Becker, Burik, Olson, Neuman, Kuessel, Yonker
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 18, 1964
Ewert, Sandrea Lee (Marriage - 1964)
White satin bows marked the pews of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Riplinger, the altar of which was adorned with red and white carnation arrangements, for the nuptial ceremony of Miss Sandrea Lee Ewert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Ewert of Rt. 1 Unity, and Jerry J. Timm, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Timm of Nekoosa. The Rev. Mr. Yonker officiated at the 3 p.m. service, at which the bride was given in marriage by her father.
Mrs. Duane Neuman sang, "O Perfect Love" and "Let us Ever Walk with Jesus" accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Henry Kuessel.
The bride wore a sheath-type floor-length gown of hand clipped rose point lace and pure silk organza over white faille taffeta, with a watteau train cascading from a long-sleeved, lace jacket. The veil of illusion in fingertip length was secured to a Sata-peau pillbox headpiece. She carried a single, long-stemmed white glamilia.
Her matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Timm of Black Creek. Bridesmaids were Miss Anne Becker of Land O’Lakes and Miss Marlyn Burik of Friendship.
The bridal aides wore identically styled ballerina length sheathes, with short over-skirts of nylon sheer over taffeta, in white. Their hats were tiny pleated bands, and they carried long-stemmed red "glamorette" carnations to compliment red shoes.
Richard Timm of Black Creek served as bestman. Groomsmen were Jeff Ewert of Unity and Dan Olson of Mayville. Ushers were Rod Ewert of Milwaukee and Roger Timm of Nekoosa.
Wedding day events consisted of a reception, dinner and a dance in the evening in Unity.
The bride is a 1964 graduate of Stevens Point, where she majored in primary education. Mr. Timm also is a 1964 graduate of the college, with a major in secondary education. He was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
On July 15, Mr. and Mrs. Timm will leave for Crown Point, N. M., where they have accepted positions with the government to teach on the Navajo Indian Reservation. They will make their home in Crown Point.
Mrs. Timm, prior to attending college, was active in 4-H Club work and won many honors, at state and national.
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