Miss G> Coates Is Bride of Robert Nehh Miss Gcraldine Ann Coates, daughter of Mrs. Wdlliam Melscr, Milwaukee, became the bride of Robert Fredrick Nehls, son of* Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Nehls, 528 West Phillip street, on Saturday afternoon. afternoon. Justice of the Peace James M. Manley, town of Newbold, performed performed the ceremony at his home at 2 o'clock. The bride, who is a former resident resident of Monico, wore an aqua summer summer suit with wnite accessories and a corsage of white flowers. A rose colored suit dress was the choice of the bridesmaid, Miss Doris Sucke, who accented her costume with a picture hat and a white corsage. Vernon Swedberg served as best man. Mrs. Melser wore a silk print dress when she attended her daughter's wedding, while Mrs. Nehls' dress was yellow with while accessories. A wedding dinner was served at the Hilltop Inn following the ceremony, ceremony, and a wedding dance that evening was at the River's Edge Tap. The couple will make their home near Rhinelandcr when they return from a wedding trip. The bridegroom, bridegroom, who was graduated from Rhinclander High School and served served with the U. S. Navy for more than three years, is employed at the Rhinelander Paper Company, The bride has been employed as a stenographer in Milwaukee. Out of town guests in attend- ance were Mrs. Viola Johnson, Otto Otto Heller and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koening, all of Milwaukee.