BioM: Jepsen, Alyce Marie (1971)
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Surnames: Jepsen, Dumke, Strong, Brehmer, Adler, Nissen, Wanles, Stewart, Antrim
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 29 Apr 1971
Jepsen, Alyce Marie (18 APR 1971)
Alyce Marie Jepsen, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. Esper C. Jepsen, Greenwood, was given in marriage by her father to Lloyd Edward Dumke, Portage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dumke, Portage, Sunday, April 18, 1971, at 3:00 in the United Methodist Church at Greenwood. The Rev. Eugene Antrim officiated. The organ was played by Charles Ivey. Karol Jepsen, the bride's cousin, was the soloist.
The bride wore a bouffant A-line gown of sheer satin with ruffled Val lace encircling the high collard, the cuffs of the long bishop sleeves, and accenting the vertical princess gown front. Matching lace detailed the court length trin. Her floor length illusion veil was held in place by a beaded lace petal profile headpiece. The bride carried a bouquet of calla lilies and white roses.
Miss Minette Joan Jepsen, Greenwood, acted as the maid of honor, with Miss Ann Strong, Alexandria, Virginia, Miss Mary Brehmer, Waukegan, Illinois, and Miss Barbara Adler, Marshfield, as bridesmaids.
The attendants wore floor length chiffon pant gowns of aqua and lilac floral print, with long sleeved sissy bodices in aqua. Lilac velvet banded the empire waist and covered the button trim. Their contour veils were caught to aqua pearl and lace trimmed tulle petal clusters. Their flowers were nosegays of lavender pompons and baby breath. Miss LaDonna Dumke, Portage, and Mr. Douglas Dumke, Portage, served as flower girl and ring bearer.
The groom was attended by Craig Nissen, Milwaukee, as best man, and Gary Jepsen, Greenwood, Richard Wanles, Madison, and Merlynn Dumke, Portage, as groomsmen. Arthur Jepsen, Marshfield, and Keith Stewart, Middleton, had the ushering duties.
A dinner and reception were held at the Wild Cat Inn, Neillsville.
Mrs. Dumke is a 1966 graduate of Portage High School and attended WSU, Stevens Point for two eyars. She has been employed at Land O' Lakes, Spencer. Her husband graduated in 1969 from Stout State University, Menomonie, where he was a member of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. He has served with the United States Navy and has just returned from Vietnam.
After a wedding trip to western Wisconsin and to Baltimore, Maryland, the couple will make their home in Baltimore.
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