Mike and Caren Dickey wedding announcement
Miss Caren Jackson Bride In Ceremony At Yoncalla White and lavender was chosen bridesmaids. They all wore fur for the color scheme of the wed-1 wed-1 wed-1 muffs with their pastel shade ding of Miss Caren Jackson, daugh- daugh- dresses made semi-formal semi-formal semi-formal with full tor of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jackson! skirts. of Yoncalla, and Michael Dickey son of Mr. and Mrs. Dclbcrt Dickey, Dickey, also of Yoncalla. The ceremony took place In the Yoncalla Church of Christ Thursday, Thursday, Dec. 21, at 8 p.m., with the Rev. Dcwitti Farley of the Yoncalla Methodist Church performing the ceremony id the presence of 200 guests. The church w a i beautifully decorated with a while arch twined twined with greenery and baskets of lavender and white flowers. Miss Beverley Maier played nuptial nuptial music while the guests were assembling. Bernie Paulson sang, "I'll Never Walk Alone" and "Wedding Prayer," accompanied by Miss Paulson. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was beautiful in a floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of lace and tulle, fashioned with iridescent sequin scalloped neckline, full skirt of pointed lace panels draped over tulle skirt of tiny ruffles; and basque bodice with long lace sleeves. Her finger-length finger-length finger-length veil was held in place by a tiara of pearls and rhinestones. She carried a shower bouquet of lavender orchids and white carnations. Her only or nament was a necklace brought lrom Alrica. Mrs. Donald Bowman, sister of the bnrtc from Seminole, Texas, was matron oi nonor, She wore a ballenna-lennth ballenna-lennth ballenna-lennth gown. Miss Kathic Dickey, sister of the bridegroom, Jliss Mary Nuokols and Miss Virginia Virginia Thorp, all of Yoncalla, were Bob Dorfler of St. Helens, Du-ane Du-ane Du-ane Smith of Redding, Calif., and Guy Palmer of Yoncalla were ush ers. Candle lighters were Kathy Wood and Dob Williams, A reception was held following the ceremony in the recreation room of the church. The beautifully beautifully decorated three-tiered three-tiered three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with lavender and white roses and topped with miniature miniature bride and groom, was first cut by the bride and bridegroom, then served by Mrs. Sherman Goodrich of Eugene. Mrs. Fred Booth and Mrs, Tom Wallace pour ed. Miss Caroline Simms had charge of the guest book and Miss Hazel Knuckles had charge of the gifts. The bride chose an off-white off-white off-white two-piece two-piece two-piece corduroy suit with orchid accessories for her honeymoon to Eugene, Portland and Seaside. They are now at home at Santa Maria, Calif., where the bridegroom bridegroom is employed. The bride attended attended Lodi High School in Lodi, Calif., and Yoncalla High School. The bridegroom attended at Walla Walla College at Walla Walla. Wash., where he was a member of Onueron PI Sigma fraternity. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Donald Bowman and daughters, Lynn and Jean, of Seminole, Texas; Texas; Mrs. Tom Eaton of Sacramento, Sacramento, Calif.; Duane Smith of Red ding, Calif.; and Miss Beverley Maier of Springfield.