Zillmer - Moen Wedding (Judith Lynn Zillmer - Gerald Richard Moen)
MRS. GERALD R. MOEN —Helgesen Studio Zillmer-Moen Wedding Held in St. Paul's Church Judith Lynn Zillm.er became Mrs. Gerald Richard Moen at a •! o'clock service this afternoon in St. Pauls Lutheran Church. The Rev. Martin C. Droegemueller read the ceremony for the daughter daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Rudolph F. Zillmer, 333 Locust St., and Mr. Moen. son of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Elmer E. Moen, 713 North St. Orchid and white glad'oli were arranged on the altar vases and in floor baskets. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. GersmeW provided the music, Mrs. Gersmehl Gersmehl singing "Beautiful Savior" and "The Lord's Prayer." Chantilly lace and nylon tuUe For her role as junior bridesmaid, bridesmaid, Susan Grunzel appeared in orchid net dress and a short lace jacket. Her costume was completed completed with a headband of white carnations and carnations bouquet. Donald Moen was best man for his brother and Bernard Anderson was groomsman. Ushers were James Zillmer, the bride's cousin, cousin, and Herbert Lawrence. Two hundred attended the reception reception in St. Paul's School. White tapers, garden flowers and stream- ;ers decorated the buffet table which was centered with a four- tier cake. The Misses Barbara Birkholz, Dolores Westendorf and was styled with basque bodice and a bouffant skirt that swept to a fashioned the bride's gown that;Genevieve Zillmer assisted at the reception. , For a honeymoon in Northern court train. A double tiered fold;Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, accented the tulle yoke. Her illu-jthe bride will wear a black suit sion veil was fastened to a halfitrimmed a white angora and green accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Moen will live Bt hat trimmed in seed pearls. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a white Bible covered with an orctiid and orchid satm streamers. 503 Court St. The bride is a form- ;er Parker Pen Co. employe and , , , ^ ,'Mr. Moen is employed at Fair.- i Mrs. June Anderson, matron oi,^^^ j^.j^^^e Co., Beloit honor, was attired in pink nylon net and lace. A bolero with peter q , . C rll pan colar was worn over the snug bmOKing UanaieS bodice. Blue carnations fashioned If you dine outside, prevent your her headpiece and cascade bou-lcandles from smoking by coating quet. jthem with a paste of thick soap.\s soap.\s bridesmaid Miss Margaret j suds. Avoiding the wick, roU each Heine wore a mint green nylonjcandle back and forth between the net dress with lace bolero, lace -1 well-soaped palms of your hands. edged panniers detailing the floor length skirt. White carnations formed her headpiece and bouquet. Wipe off excess soap, let the candles candles dr>', and they will burn evenljr without dripping or smoking.