BioM: Miller, Audrey (1955)


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Surnames: Miller, Querin, Blazel


----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 09/01/1955


Miller, Audrey (24 AUG 1955)


St. Louis Catholic Church, Dorchester, was the scene August 24, 1955 of the wedding ceremony and Nuptial High Mass of Miss Audrey Marie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, Dorchester, and Theodore M. Querin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Querin, route 2, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.).  The 9:30 o’clock nuptial ceremony was officiated at by Msgr. Thomas Hayden.


Embroidered nylon net over taffeta was used to fashion the princess style dress worn by the bride.  Her pillbox headpiece, to which was attached a veil of illusion net, was trimmed with rhinestones and seed pearls.  An orchid was placed on the white prayer book she carried.


The maid of honor, Miss Shirley Miller, a sister of the bride, wore a shrimp colored, ballerina length dress of nylon tulle over taffeta.  She carried a bouquet of carnations dyed to match her dress.  The two bridesmaids, Miss Helen Blazel, friend of the bride, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Floyd Querin, sister-in-law of the groom, Medford, wore peacock blue gowns styled like the maid of honor’s.  Their bouquet matched their dresses.


The groom’s brothers, Gerald, Verdie and Floyd Querin, were his attendants.  Two friends of the couple, Glen and Gerald Ludwig, ushered the guests to their pews.


During a reception at the bride’s home, the newlyweds greeted a host of relatives and friends.  The church basement was the scene of the late afternoon supper.


The bride is a graduate of the Dorchester High School, and the groom is employed at the Harvey Co.


Out of town guests attended the wedding from Cadott, Park Falls, Fifield, Antigo and Medford.



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