BioM: Ewert, Sandrea #4 (1964)
Surnames: Timm, Ewert, Becker, Burik, Olson
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/11/1964
Ewert, Sandrea (6 JUN 1964)
St. John's Lutheran Church, Riplinger, was the scene of the wedding of Miss Sandrea Ewert of Unity and Jerry Timm of Nekoosa.
The Rev. Yonker of Spencer performed the 3 p.m. ceremony on Saturday, June 6, 1965. The new Mrs. Timm is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Ewert of route 1, Unity (Clark Co., Wis.). Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Timm of Nekoosa.
Mrs. Richard Timm of Black Creek was the matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Anne Becker of Land O'Lakes and Miss Marilyn Burik of Friendship, college friends of the bride. Richard Timm of Black Creek, the groom's brother, served as best man. Jeff Ewert of Unity, the bride's brother, and Don Olson, a friend, of Mayville, were the other attendants.
The bride wore a sheath gown of fine, hand clipped rosepoint lace and pure silk organza over white faille taffeta with a Watteau train falling from a long-sleeved lace jacket. The veil of illusion in fingertip length was secured to a satapeau pillbox.
He bouquet was a single long stemmed whit glamilia.
The bridal attendants all wore identically styled ballerina length sheath dresses with overskirts of nylon sheer over taffeta, in white. The hats were tiny pleated bands of organza and they each carried a single red "glamorette" carnations to complement their red shoes.
Altar arrangements of red and white carnations decorated the church, and white satin bows were place on each of the pews.
During the ceremony, soloist, Mrs. Duane Neuman sang "O Perfect Love" and "Let Us Ever Walk with Jesus." Mrs. Henry Kuessel was the organist.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Unity Memorial Hall. Dinner was served there to about 140 guests, and in the evening, a wedding dance was held.
The couple is on a wedding trip to southern Wisconsin. On July 15th the bride and groom will leave for Crown Point, New Mexico, where they will both be teaching at the Navajo Indian Reservation there.
Out of town guests came from Black Creek, Stevens Point, Mayville, Marshfield, Unity, Chippewa Falls, Dorchester, Milwaukee, Plainfield, Almond, Wautoma, Oshkosh, Neenah, Fremont, Loyal, Granton, Greenwood, Wis. Rapids, Madison, Spencer, Colby, Elm Grove, Rhinelander, Wausau, Minocqua, Plover, New Berlin, Riplinger and Land O'Lakes.
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