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Baker - Mary Lou. Dickison h Bride of Charles L Bolter...
Mary Lou. Dickison h Bride of Charles L Bolter Saturday (tihlke Studio t'hotn). MR. AND MR. CHARLES L. BAKER Miss Mary Lou Dicklson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickl- son, Rle. 3, bccumc the bride of Charles L. Baku-, son of Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Baker, Rlc. 3, nt 4 p. im. Saturday in a druble ring ceremony performed by Dr. W, H. Wlcse in the First Congregational Church/ The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore n traditional bridal gown of fine imported hand-clipped Belgian lace and nylon tulle over while slipper snlln. It was styled with n molded bodice of Ince having n sweetheart neckline nnd was finished with n smnll collar standing up ail the back. Long lace sleeves tapered to points over the wrists where they fastened with la'ce covered buttons. The gown buttoned down the back to |usit below Ihe waislllne with Jace covered buttons nnd the bouffant skirt had a wide luce pcplem with scalloped edge extending longer at bath sides, and in a swallowluil effect at the back. The balance of Ihe skirl was fashioned of layers of tulle extending into a long court train fully underlined with white sailin. Her bridal veil of French •silk illusion, In fingertip length, with a border of scalloped luce was secured to a carved liara cn- cruslcd with mother of pearl sequins and pearls. She wore pearls which were the gift of the groom and carried a bouquet of roses nnd stephanolis lied with white satin ribbon. Mrs. Allan La P 1 a n I c, Racine, sister of the bride, was m-utron of honor; Miss Lorcttn Dicklson, also a sisier of the bride, and Miss Virginia Baker, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids; Miss Wandn Dicklson, sister of thu bride, was flower girl. The senior attendants had identi- cally styled gown s of Inco n n d nylon not over Inffcln with tire maid of honor In yellow nnd the bridesmaids in paslel blue. T h'e slrnpless Ince bodices were filled to Ihe waistline and had side pep- Icms oC Inco from which hnndker- chlef < tlei's of not oxlended to the hips. The floor length skirts were of layers of nylon net and the brief bolero jackets of lace had cap sleeves nnd were c'it aWay to reveal Ihe bodices of Ihe gowns. The bride's gifts to her tildes wore rhlneslone necklaces nnd earrings. The flower girl ware white nylon net over whlile sutlti in a slyle similar to that of the other aides. Allan Ln Plant, Racine, brolher- in-low of Ihe bride, was besl man; Ronald Dicklson, brother of I h e bride, nnd Normnn Onlson w.ore groomsmen; Gary Baker, brother of the groom, was ring bearer. Mrs. S. E. Ekmnn was organist, For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Dicklson chose to wear a light blue sheer dress accented with while accessories, T h e bridegroom's mother- wore a pink dross with while accessories and while flowers. A reception wns held in the bride's home for relatives nnd the following out-of-town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ln Finnic and family, Racine; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Miller and Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Ressup Fond du Lnc; Mr. and Mrs, E. Gclinu and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gcllna, Park Fails; Waller Baker, Sherman, Tex.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo SUen und Mr. and Mrs. Lurry Winler, SI. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Grant $ukcr, Rockford, 111.; Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Dumpier, Jr, Mr, and Mrs. Dewoy Dumpier, Sr., and Charles Pickotl, JonesvillQ. Following a wedding trip to southern Wisconsin, the young couple

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 06 Jul 1954, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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