BioM: Richelieu, Doris (Marriage - 1919)
Surnames: RICHELIEU MICHKOWSKI
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 11/22/1919
Richelieu, Doris (Marriage - 18 NOV 1919)
A pretty wedding was solemnized at the catholic Church at Withee, Clark County, Wis., at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18, 1919.
Miss Doris Richelieu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Richelieu, was married to Felix Michkowski at St. Bernard's Church at Withee.
Miss Margaret Richelieu, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Julius Michkowski, brother of the groom, acted as his best man. The office of flower girl was ably fulfilled by little Elizabeth Michkowski.
The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. S. P. Michkowski, a brother of the groom. He was assisted by Rev. Joseph Schuster, pastor of St. Bernard's Congregation. The ceremonies were opened by Lohengrin's Wedding March, rendered by Mrs. V. D. Merriman.
The marriage ceremony was followed by High Mass sung by Rev. S. P. Michkowski. Special music and singing was rendered during the mass by Mrs. V. D. Merriman, Mrs. P. J. Abler and Mrs. Charles Larson.
The church was well filled by a large number of friends and relatives of the bridal couple.
After the impressive ceremonies the bridal couple, accompanied by their relatives and a host of friends, traveled to the bride's home, where a sumptuous dinner and supper was served by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Richelieu.
A pleasant after noon was enjoyed by all the guests of the young couple. The lsit of guests comprise Mr. and Mrs. Walter Acker of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zenzel, Mrs. F. Michkowski, mother of the groom, Rev. S. P. Michkowski, Stanley, and Mary Michkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Abler, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Haire and Mr. and Mrs. Virch.
The bride wore a dress of white charmeuse with all over embroidered georgette crepe and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid was attired in pale blue crepe de chine and wore a picture…(couldn't read)…and carnations. The little flower girl wore a dress of blue silk. She carried a bouquet of carnations.
The groom was attired in French blue serge. His best man was attired similarly.
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