Laura E. Merrick Janesville, WI 5 Aug 1950
Laura E. Merrick Becomes Bride of Jackie D. Wise An all white wedding in Mount Calvary Lutheran church at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon had for its principals Laura Elsie ham Merrick, 506 S. Academy street, and Jackie Dean Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rov W f ise Sr., 121 S. Hi"h street. The Rev. Mentor Mentor Kujath. pastor of St. Math- cw's Lutheran church read the rites as the couple stood before a setting of pastel and white gladioli. White lace and nylon mar; mar; quisette fashioned the bride's ;. gown that was designed with ' shadow neckline and long fitted sieves. A lace peplum detailed <hqfull that terminated in I a brief train. Her fingertip veil was fastened to a small crown of fashioned gladioli formed the bride's crescent crescent bouquet. She was presented in marriage by her brother, Dale .. : ^i^,^^ .^^^hUe r .iffi~i v i TU it""™ £,„^' ... y w '?!! e ,ulle Su^ll at white Chinese chrysanthemums. j Rov Wise Jr served hi«s hrnth. ^^ma;land Pushers were William E. Merrick, the bride's rv as brother, and Harold Wyss. L. W. Gcrsmchl presided at "the organ and Mrs. Gcrsmchl sang: "O Per- • Lovc - and -j^ i^j^s The ncwlyweds received 85 guesis in the church parlors. Assisting Assisting at the reception were Barbara Barbara and Joanne Dickinson. Elaine Rauck cousins of the bride, and Joan Hehnke. For a two weeks' trip to north- Wisconsin and CanadaVhe j hridejs gearing a fawn dress maker suit and brown accessories. accessories. After Aug. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Wise will reside temporarily at 121 S. High street. The bride is an employe of Fisher Bodv divi- ision. General Motors and Mr. j Woolen Mills.