. _ IjRrg*- - ir :!Wedding^ g * j|J ifc | s*'Jfc jlat ChurchThe Little Flower church wfas tho scene of the marriage at 9 this’ morning of Miss Catherine M-Widolff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Widolff, 1102 N. Kealing Ave., and Julius X. Zerr. son of Mrs. Frank Zerr Sr.. Yorkville. ■The solemn high mass was readbefore an altar decorated with paims and pink and white carnations. The Rev. Charles DufTey was assisted by the Rev. Daniel Linfert, O. F. M.. as deacon and the Rev. Cyril Georgel. O. F. M., as subdeacon Miss Margaret Widolff, sister of the bride, sang before th3 ceremony. • JnMisses Anna and Margaret Hep-arty. cousins of the bride, were* bridesmaids and wore georgette, dresses with horsehair braid hats to match. Miss Anna wore green and Miss Margaret, orchid, MUs Irene Widolff. sister of the bride, wore apricot taffeta trimmed in' gold lace and wfore a sand colored horsehair braid hat. They carried colonial showrer bouquets of spring flowers. Little Betty Jean Roth, niece of the bride, as flower girl, W'ore yellow georgette and carried a basket of rose petals. fiThe bride wore white georgette and lace fashioned with a tiered skirt in bouffant style. Her veil, arranged cap shape, was caught with orange blassoms and she carried a shower of bride’s roses and lilies of the valley.Mr. Zerr’s attendants were Ben Hill. Shelbyvllle. and Joseph Widolff. Yorkville. The ushers were Morand Widolff and Jerome Miller. Fcllow'ing the ceremony a weddingbreakfast was served for fifty guestsin the Hunter's room of the Marotfc Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Zerr left Immediately on a trip after which they will be at home temporarily with the bride’s parents. She traveled in a dark blue crepe ensemble suit with sand horsehair braid hat and sand colored slippers and accessories.