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||The marriage of Miss Helen Jordan, daughter of R.F. Jordan of New Albin, and Pfc. Herbert Zarwell, son of Mr.a nd Mrs. Henry Zarwell, also of this place, was solemnized in the M.E. parsonage at St. Louis, Mo., Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock December 24, 1942. The Rev. Omer B. Duffendanck read the marriage service. The bride was attired in a blue dress with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of white rosebuds. The groom wore the regulation military dress uniform. Mrs. Zarwell graduated with the class of 1931 from New Albin High School and remained at home with the exception of a few years she was employed in St. Paul. She is a charming and capable young lady, highly deserving of the man of her choice. her husband, also graduated from New Albin High School with the class of 1930, and was employed at Weymiller Service Station for several years before his enlistment in the U.S. Army Air Corps, and is now stationed at the Lackbourne Air Base at Columbus, Ohio. The newlyweds arrived home late Friday evening and have been receiving best wishes and congratulations from their numerous friends here. "Hub" returns to his Army duties today and his bride will remain here for the duration. The Journal joins with their many friends in wishing them a long, happy and prosperous wedded life. ~Allamakee Journal, Lansing, Dec. 30, 1942 - contributor: Errin Wilker|
|ZARWELL - RENK||New Albin St. Johns United Church of Christ provided the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Carolyn Marie Renk and Ronald f. Zarwell of Ottawa, Ill. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Renk, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zarwell. The Rev. C. Kent Wever officiated at the 2 oclock ceremony. Venice lace appliqué accented the bishop sleeves and chapel train of the brides gown of silk organza over taffeta. Matching lace banding trimmed her Empire bodice and A-line skirt. A half cap of satin loops and ribbon held her elbow-length veil and the bridal bouquet was a cascade arrangement of bridal pink roses, while Fuji mums and white carnations. Miss Lorraine Renk attended her sister as main of honor, Mr. Richard Zarwell was bridesmatron and Miss Jana Yaun was bridesmaid. Each was attired in an A-line gown of dacrea in blue and white floral pattern featuring Venice lace threaded with navy velvet ribbon accenting the mandarin collar, the cuffs of the long bishop sleeves and marking the waistline. They carried crescent bouquets of white snowdrift pompoms. Serving the bridegroom was Richard Zarwell, his brother, as best man and Lynn Sires and Fred Meyer as groomsmen. Richard Renk, brother of the bride, and David Zarwell seated guests. Robert and Raymond Renk, also brothers, were candellighters. After the ceremony, a reception for 250 guests was given in the church social room and at the brides parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Zarwell will reside in Ottawa, July 8, following a wedding trip to the Black Hills, S. D. The bridegroom is employed by the Marbou Division, Borg-Warner Corp., Ottawa. He recently returned from serving with the air force. His bride attended Marshalltown Community School of nursing and has been employed by the Lutheran hospital, LaCrosse, Wisc. ~Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 30, 1971 contributed by Diana Henry Diedrich|
|ZEIMET - PETERS||Lansing, Ia. - (Special) Two sisters, Enid and Lorraine Peters, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peters, were married a day apart. Lorraine Peters and Lawrence Zeimet were wed Saturday morning at the Immaculate Conception Parsonage, the ceremony performed by the Rev. Victor Gerleman. The bride was a graduate of the class of 1932 and has since been employed at the Lansing button factory. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Helen Zeimet. They were attended by Miss Margaret Byrne and Cletus Betsinger. Both Mr. and Mrs. Zeimet and Mr. and Mrs. Schulz will reside in Lansing, where all are employed. ~La Crosse Tribune & Leader-Press (Lansing column), La Crosse, WI, September 15, 1937 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson (see also Shultz-Peters marriage)|
|ZIEMANN - BRANDT||Albert Ziemann and Anna Marie Brandt, married April 27, 1888 by Pastor John Gass. ~St. Paul Lutheran Church records - contributed by Steven W. Bareis|
|ZIEMAN - MEYER||At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer, northeast of Postville, at 11 o'clock a.m., occurred the marriage of their daughter, Adelia, to Elmer Zieman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zieman, the Rev. E. Schmidt officiating. Wm. Kugel was groomsman and Hilda Kramber bridesmaid. They left on the afternoon train for a visit to relatives at Mason City and Spencer, and on their return will occupy the farm of the groom's father. We join friends innumerable in extending well wishes. ~Postville Review, Fri., 19 Feb. 1915 ~contributor: Reid R. Johnson|
|ZIMMERMAN - BECHTEL||Married: Charles Zimmerman and Amelia Bechtel, Church ~Allamakee Journal, November 17, 1915 ~contributed by Ann Krumme|
|ZOLL - COLLINS||CORRESPONDENCE.
RUSSIA, Apr. 21, 1882. Ed. Democrat:
Last week William Zoll and Bridget Collins, both of French Creek, were united in wedlock at the Catholic Church on the Lansing Ridge. They were attended by John Collins and Frances Zoll as groomsman and bridesmaid. After the ceremony they repaired to the residence of the bride's father on Silver Creek, where about one hundred invited friends had assembled to wish the young couple much joy, and long and happy transit over the stormy sea of life. After the customary congratulations were over, a sumptuous repast was spread and all did ample justice to the good edibles which covered the table. The guests whiled away the time very pleasantly, some at the terpsichorean feat, while others enjoyed themselves with songs, till the approaching dawn warned them of other duties, and all departed for home apparently well satisfied. The groom is honest and well-to-do, while the bride is a model young lady. They were both reared from childhood in this vicinity and start life with the best wishes of all their acquaintances for their future success in life. The following is a list of presents which they received:Mrs. J. O'Donnell, dozen cups and saucers, water and preserve dish. Mr. And Mrs. Fitzpatrick, lamp and picture. Susan Mockley, dozen sauce dishes. Mrs. Hanitin, molasses pitcher. Mr. and Mrs. Tillmony, one glass set. Lena and Carry Nierling, dozen sauce dishes. Emma Gerky, lamp. Katie O'Brien, preserve dish. Hannah Ronan, pair of towels. Lizzie Deeney, bed-spread. Mrs. Donovan and Mrs. Ryan, two lace window curtains. Mr. And Mrs. E. Howes and Ruthie Howes, dozen goblets and pair of towels. Mrs. J. O'Brien, dozen cups and saucers. Katie O'Brien, dozen goblets. Mary O'Brien, pair of towels. Mr. Zoll, bureau. Mr. And Mrs. P. O'Brien, table cloth and pair of towels. Jas. Dougherty, Lansing, lamp. Michael Schobert, pair of flower vases. Mike Fitzpatrick, picture. Jas. Zoll, box of cigars and meat dish. Mr. and Mrs. Bacon, berry dish and pickle dish. J. H. Dougherty, silver butter knife and pickle fork. Francis Zoll, watch chain. Philip Tilmony, berry dish. Dan Haas, dozen silver tablespoons. Jno. F. Dougherty, pair of silver napkins rings. John Howe, silver dollar. Katie Kennedy, pair of flower vases. T. Kelleher, card receiver. Maggie Kelleher, table cloth. John Collins, box of cigars. Josie O'Brien, butter dish. Mollie Collins, tidy. Maggie Noonan, jewerlry case. Katie Collins, picture. Frank Gerky, keg of beer. Mrs T. Moroney, roast turkey.
'Tis dangerous to flirt with a certain ------- maid on the Lansing Ridge for she says, to use her own scornful expression. "if a fellow flirted with me and then left me, I would just have him arrested right
away." Young man be careful and do not flirt with her unless you mean biz. About one mile from the residence of said maid and situated in two valleys, so as to form a right angle triangle, with the maid's residence, live two old pettifoggers, one a lady, the other a gentleman, (excuse me I do not mean lady and gentleman, I do not think that would be a suitable appellation for as such they are not.) who can mind every person's business but their own, although if those two scurrilous demagogues would stay at home, for neighbors do not want them, I think they would have all they could do, and the "wolf would be further from the door." If they do not take this hint, I will have to administer such a dose as the medical gentleman from Quandahl" did to Nickel, or perhaps they would receive a "spirit communication." Which would forever place a damper on their degraded and vicious tongues, or anything to relieve an outraged community. 'Tis a wise person who can take care of himself, so let them Beware. More anon. RUSSIAN
~local newspaper - contributed by grandson Dan Zoll, who adds: "I sure wish I knew what was behind the latter part of the article. I am afraid that it is a great story lost in time."
|ZOLL - COLLINS||Waukon St. Patricks Catholic church provided the setting Saturday for the wedding of Beatrice Collins, daughter of Mrs. Michael Mahoney, and William Zoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vick Zoll. The Rev. John McDonald officiated before altar decorations of white gladiolus. Miss Anna Hansmeier was soloist. The bride wore a blue suit with white accessories and an orchid corsage. Attending the couple were Mrs. Edward Mahoney, Matron of honor, and George Zoll, brother of the bridegroom, best man. A wedding dinner followed at the Village Diner, after which the couple left on a wedding trip to Canada. The bride, graduated from St. Joes in Mason City, has been teaching near Waukon. Mr. Zoll has been employed by the government in Alaska, and is associated with the J. P. Miller Artesian Well Company in Middleton, Ohio. ~Cedar Rapids Gazette; July 1958. - contributed by Diana Henry Diedrich|
|ZWOLANEK - HURM||Otto Zwolanek (son of John Zwolanek & Mary Schafer) married Bertha Hurm (daughter of David W. Hurm & Elizabeth Kelly) on 8 Feb 1921 in Allamakee Co. ~Marriage Record: Allamakee Co: Register 3, page 15 - contributed by CJ Bowden|
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