BioM: Jackson, Marilyn (1970)


Surnames: Brehm, Jackson, Hebert, Despin, Lansbach, Biermier, Maloney, Meyer, Kubs, Berndtson, Smith

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 02 Jul 1970

Jackson, Marilyn (20 JUN 1970)

After a western honeymoon including the Black Hills, the Tetons, Yellowstone and Glacier Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Brehm will make their home at 1001 South Tomahawk Ave., Tomahawk.

Mrs. Brehm, the former Miss Marilyn Jackson of Rhinelander, and her husband, were united in marriage Saturday, June 20, 1970 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Rhinelander. The Rev. Earl Berndtson officiated at the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson of Rhinelander. Her father gave her in marriage. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brehm of Unity (Clark Co., Wis.).

Wedding music was an organ-piano duet by Roland Hebert and Mrs. Robert Despin.

The church parlor was the scene of the reception, with Misses Linda Lansbach and Marie Biermier cutting the cake, and Mrs. Judy Brehm presiding over the guest book.

The bride wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace with sequin trimmed bodice and Sabrina neckline, long tapered sleeves and a bouffant tiered skirt of the lace. It had a nylon organza panel of re-embroidered lace with sequined appliques. Her three tier veil of nylon tulle was elbow length and hung from a forward crown of petals and lace.

She carried a colonial bouquet of mixed flowers.

Mrs. Georgia Maloney of Minneapolis attended her sister as matron of honor, and another sister, Miss Harriet Jackson of Rhinelander, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lucy Jackson of Minneapolis, a sister-in-law, and Mrs. Sharon Meyer of Greensboro, North Carolina.

Their dresses and veils were in rainbow colors of light pink, green, yellow, and blue. They were floor length of nylon dotted Swiss trimmed in lace, with a train, empire waists with satin bows and sleeveless. The beils were three tiered of nylon tulle trimmed with satin.

Their flowers were mille fleur bouquets.

Robert Brehm of Oshkosh was best man. Groomsmen were Allen Jackson of Minneapolis, John Meyer of Greensboro, North Carolina, and James Maloney, Minneapolis. Ushers were John Kubs and Tom Brehm.

The bride's mother witnessed the wedding in a light mint green sheath trimmed with embroidered lace, and wore an orchid corsage, and the groom's mother chose a turquoise coat dress and had an orchid corsage.

For her going away costume the bride wore a pink linen empire dress and corsage of roses and carnations.

A corsage was presented to Mrs. Harry C. Smith, the bride's maternal grandmother, and Mrs. Agnes Brehm, paternal grandmother of the groom. Harry C. Smith, the bride's grandfather, received a boutonniere.

The bride graduated from Rhinelander Union High School in 1967, and from Taylor County Teachers College this year. She is teaching in an elementary school in Tomahawk.

The groom, a Colby High School graduate in `967, also graduated from the teachers college and is principal of Bradley Elementary School in Tomahawk.



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