5-2-1922 Graves-Shima wedding nupitals
Shima-Graves Nuptials S-. Wenceslaus ci. irch was T 5Â°t::ner for a pre'ty vredd-^s; 'bis, n~crn'3s: a T 7 o'clock when M:~s Marie C. Grsves ?nd Mr. Jose-;5 ! L Shlraa -wrere "aEi - ed in marnige, Kev. A- L. Panoch officiatuig. j Miss Clara Graves, Â«ister of br-de, -was bridesmaid, and 'he' groom-was attended by hisb-oth?r. Mr. Victor Shima. The bride was a'Mred in a beaa'iful gcwn of Â·white satin and george-'f, Trjih an elaborate Â·whi'e satia be?d trimming. Her veil "was of ru'le f coronet arrangement held in place by a band of pearls, and carried a shower bouquet of brides roses and sweet veas. bridesmaid wore pale green organ-j die, trimmed wira tiny ruffles, and a picture hat to ma^ch. H^r; rlowers were an arm bouquet of ?:nk rose? j A wedding dinner was served j at noon at the home of the t mo-Jier at 1130 east Church Covers were arranged for fifty atives snd friends. The bride's! color scheme of green and white! was carried out. the tables being; decorated with white roses and| ferns. In the center of the dining room was suspended, a large wed-| ding hell, and from this, green white streamers radiated to the 1 corners of the room. Mrs. Shima is the popular daughter of Mrs. Anna Graves of this city. She was graduated from Iowa City high school in 1918, for the past three years has beenj a. stenographer in the department of hygiene and preventive medicine at the state university. Her pleasing manner and charming- disposition have endeared her to a host of friends. Mr. Shima is the son of Mr. Mrs. Joseph J. Shima of Solon. is a well-liked and prominent young farmer, residing three miles north of Iowa City, where tBe happy couple will make their home.