BioM: Jackson, Joanne (1961)
Surnames: Jackson, Wickham, Myhrwold, Warner, Rohde,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 11 Jan 1962
Jackson, Joanne (30 DEC 1961)
On Saturday, December 30, 1961, Miss Joanne Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Einar Jackson, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Wm. K Wickham, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Wickham, Marshfield. Rev. Arvid Myhrwold, pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, officiated at the church at the 7:30 p.m. service.
Mrs. Don Warner, aunt of the bride, provided the organ music. Mrs. Arvid Myhrwold sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Wedding Prayer." The church altar was decorated with white chrysanthemums.
Chose by Miss Jackson for her wedding was a gown in street length of satin brocade. A scoop neckline accented the fitted bodice and the skirt was fashioned by an overskirt highlighted with a small bow. A brocade cabbage rose held her blusher veil and she carried a white orchid on a lace covered Bible with accents of pearl strands.
Mrs. Gary Rohde of Colby, as matron of honor, was attired in an emerald green dress styled as the bridal gown, and wore matching accessories and a rosebud veil.
Mr. Rohde attended the groom and Warren Jackson, brother of the bride, of Madison, and John Wickham, Marshfield, did the ushering duties.
Following the marriage ceremony a buffet lunch and reception were held in the church parlors.
The groom is a graduate of Marshfield Senior High School, Central State College, Stevens Point, and of Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa. He is currently serving with the 32nd National Guard Division station at Ft. Lewis, Wash.
The new Mrs. Wickham graduated from Greenwood High School and was a 1960 graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Marshfield…(the rest of my article was cut off)
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