BioM: Pribnow, Deborah Lee (1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Pribnow, Jost, Michlig, Engevold, Frane, Marcott, Sebold, Schuh
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 5/28/1970
Pribnow, Deborah Lee (Marriage - 23 May 1970)
Miss Deborah Lee Pribnow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jost of Unity, and Jerold Michlig, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Michlig of Dorchester, were united in marriage Saturday, May 23 at 2 p.m. The Rev. Gerold F. Schuh officiated at the double ring ceremony at the St. Louis Catholic Church in Dorchester in the presence of 200 people.
Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride approached the altar in a white empress floor length gown featuring bodice, sleeves and train of Chantilly lace with a skirt of peau de soie. Her chapel length veil was styled with a forward headpiece of Chantilly lace trimmed with pearls. She carried an orchid bouquet.
Mrs. Larry Michlig of Appleton and Mrs. Dennis Engevold of Spencer were matron-of-honor and bridesmaid, respectively. They were attired in gowns of lime green voile with an embossed daisy pattern. Daisies secured their headpieces of lime green tulle. Each carried a bouquet of daisies.
Larry Michlig of Appleton was bestman and Dennis Engevold of Spencer, groomsman. Ushering duties were performed by Gene Frane of Marshfield and Mark Marcott of Dorchester.
Music was provided by Karen Sebold.
Wedding bells in colors of green, yellow and white decorated Dorchester Memorial Hall where 200 people gathered for a wedding reception.
Following their return from a wedding trip to Mackinac Islands the couple will reside in Spencer.
The bride, a 1968 graduate of Colby High School, graduated in 1969 from Eau Claire Accredited Beauty School and is employed at Jean’s Beauty Bar in Marshfield. The groom, who also graduated from Colby High School in 1968, attended Wausau Technical Institute and is employed at Mertens Shell Station in Dorchester.
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