Phillips, Patricia (1954)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Phillips, Thiel, Dickman, Steponich,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) November 11, 1954
Phillips, Patricia (Marriage - 6 November
Miss Patricia Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Phillips of Neillsville, and Florian Thiel, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Florian Thiel, Sr., of Pray, were married Saturday,
November 6, 1954, at City Point.
The double ring ceremony was celebrated in
Marty’s Chapel at City Point by the Rev. George
Stasach. Immediately after the ceremony a dinner for
immediate members of their families was served, followed by a
reception in the chapel parlors for approximately 175
The bride chose a waltz-length nylon tulle gown
with rhinestones detailing the bodice and also the tiers of the
skirt. A rhinestone-studded crown held her veil of imported
lace. She carried a white-lace prayer book, and a bouquet of red
roses and white pompons during the afternoon and
Her bridesmaids, Darlene Dickman and Patricia
Steponich, and her matron of honor, Mrs. Glen Phillips, were
dressed in French blue waltz-length gowns of nylon net. Their
bouquets were pink and white carnations.
The groom was attended by Glen Phillips as best
man. The other two attendants were Victor Thiel and Roger
Phillips. Frank Smagacz and Wayne Phillips
The bride is a graduate with the class of 1954 of
the Neillsville High School and the groom attended the Pittsville
high school. He is now employed by the Consolidated
Water Power and Paper Co. at Wisconsin Rapids, where they will
reside after returning from a wedding trip to the western
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