BioM: Razner, Julia A. (Marriage - 1915)
Surnames: RAZNER ANYZEWSKI
----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/15/1915
Razner, Julia A. (Marriage - JUL 1915)
The marriage of Miss Julia Apamelia Razner of this city and Frank Anyzewski of Thorp, Clark County, Wis., occurred at St. Peter's Catholic Church at 8:30 o'clock this morning. Rev. S. A. Elbert officiated.
Miss Razner was attired in white charmeuse, with an over-dress of lace, while her sister, Miss Clara Razner, who was maid of honor, wore white crepe de chien. The bridesmaids were Miss Rose Anyzewski of Thorp, sister of the groom, and Miss Pearl Jerzak. Miss Anyzewski's gown was of pale green mescaline and her bouquet of pink roses, while Miss Jerzak wore light blue crepe de chien and carried white carnations. Frank Jerzak was best man and Joseph Pawlak of Thorp, groomsman.
The church was decorated with cut flowers. While the sister organist rendered Lohengrin's march the bride, on the arm of her father, Martin Razner, proceeded down the aisle, accompanied by her young lady attendants. At the chancel rail they were met by the groom and his escorts.
About fifty relatives and intimate friends, some from outside the city, partook of wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's parents, 1200 Main St., at 10 o'clock, and this afternoon and evening a reception is being held. Mr. and Mrs. Anyzewski leave on one of the midnight trains tonight for a trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. They will be at home in a newly furnished residence at Thorp after Aug. 1.
Mr. Anyzewski is a salesman and has visited in this city quite frequently in past eyars. His bride has always made Stevens Point her home, formerly attended the public and Normal School and has taught several years, most of this time at Thorp. That the young couple may be accorded the happiness they so well deserve is the wish of many Stevens Point friends. (Stevens Point Gazette)
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