BioM: Wilson, Dolores Mae (1974)
Surnames: Wilson, Horn, Henseler, Short, Erickson, Ormand, Schmitz, Clark, Luepke, Denk, Vollrath
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 11 Jul 1974
Wilson, Dolores Mae (6 JUL 1974)
Dolores Mae Wilson, R. 3, Neillsville (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Wilson, R.3, Neillsville, Wisconsin, was united in marriage to James Harold Horn, 7508 South North Cape Drive, Franklin, Wisconsin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horn, 309 North Main Street, Greenwood, Wisconsin, on July 6, 1974 at a one o'clock ceremony performed by Rev. Jsoeph N. Henseler at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Neillsville.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mr. Frank J. Wilson. Mrs. Coletta Short was the organist for the ceremony and Miss Candace Horn was the soloist.
The bride was seen in a silk organza dress with long puff sleeves with ruffles at the wrist and neck. It had an accented raises, waist skirt of Venice lace and a fingertip veil. She carried a cascade of white miniature carnations and bridal pink roses with ivy and baby's breath.
Miss Cheryl Erickson, Neillsville, was matron of honor, and Miss Beverly Wilson, Neillsville, Miss Janice Ormand, Neillsville, and Mrs. Richard Schmitz were bridesmaids. They were seen in mint green crepe halter top dresses with flock flower jackets and white hats were worn. They carried nosegays of miniature carnation and baby's breath.
Mr. Robert Clark of Greenwood was the best man, and Mr. Phil Luepke, Marshfield, Mr. Jerry Denk Jr.,a nd Mr. Randy Vollrath, Greenwood, were the groomsmen.
There was a dinner and reception held at the Wildcat Inn and a dance in the evening at the Silver Dome.
The new Mrs. Horn is a 1974 graduate of Neillsville High School. Mr. Horn is a 1970 graduate of Greenwood High School and a 1971 graduate of Eau Claire Tech. He is employed at Briggs and Stratton in Butler, Wisconsin.
Their honeymoon is being psent in the northern part of Wisconsin. They will make their home at Franklin, Wisconsin.
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