BioM: Harvey, Cheryl Lee (1967)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Harvey, Kienzle, Kerrigan, Odegard, Rosenberg, Flynn, McConaghy, Wall, Short, Wagener
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/1/1967
Harvey, Cheryl Lee (Marriage - 27 May 1967)
Miss Cheryl Lee Harvey of Marshfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey of Neillsville, was given in marriage Saturday to Gregory Joseph Kienzle, also of Marshfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Kerrigan of 2128 Market St. La Cross. The double ring ceremony uniting the couple in marriage was performed by Msgr. Anthon P. Wagener of Prairie du Chien, at an 11:30 a.m. high mass in St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Neillsville.
The bride, carrying a cascade bouquet of pink and white roses with stephanotis and ivy, was attired in a floor length A-line gown. Pearl and scalloped Chantilly lace accentuated the yoke redingote front, revealing a demi-fitted organza gown, with the lace cage effect swept into a Watteau chapel train. Her bouffant veil billowed from a floral headpiece with seed pearls and borealis.
Her matron of honor was Mrs. Elaine Odegard of Racine. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane Harvey of Neillsville and Miss Diane Rosenberg of Racine. The attendants were seen in mint green linen demi-fitted A-line gowns topped with linen net. They wore mint green headpieces and wrist length white gloves. Each carried a topiary ball of lavender chrysanthemums and ivy.
Richard Kerrigan of La Crescent, Minn., was bestman. Groomsmen were Norman Flynn and Don Kerrigan, both of La Crosse. Ushers were Robert T. Harvey of Neillsville and Donald McConaghy of Baraboo.
Ellis Wall sang the wedding songs, and the children of St. Mary’s choir sang the mass. Mrs. Glenn Short was the accompanist.
Mr. and Mrs. Kienzle both have Bachelor of Science degrees in medical technology and both are employed as medical technologists in St. Joseph’s Hospital, Marshfield.
On their return from a wedding trip to Canada and Exp 67, they will reside at 813 E. 5th St. Marshfield.
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