BioM; Gnacinski, Linda (1967)

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Surnames: Gnacinski, Richert

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 04 May 1967

Gnacinski, Linda (29 April 1967)

Miss Linda Lee Gnacinski became the bride of Mr. Robert Lee Richert on Saturday, April 29, at 1 p.m. at Holy Trinity Church, Kewaskum; Father John Budde officiated.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. E. “Mike” Knacinski, Kewaskum and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Richert of route 1, Greenwood.

The bride wore a gown of white linen, her bell shaped sleeves and train was trimmed with Venice lace. Her cathedral veil was held in place by a white linen band. She carried a spray of white daisies and Wood-burn Abby roses.

Miss Toni Kay was the maid of honor. Misses Carolyn and Linda Richert, sisters of the groom and Miss Carol Kurtz were the bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Shirley Richert, sister of the groom and Miss Kathy Gnacinski.

The aides were all dressed in soft orange gowns, with empire waists and accordion pleated sleeves. They wore a band of daisies in their hair and carried an umbrella of daisies and Wood-burn Abby roses.

Ann Hains was her cousin’s flower girl. She was dressed in a white linen gown trimmed in lace. She carried a basket of daisies.

Allan Hoesser was the best man and groomsmen were Joel Fehlhober and J. Waters III and James Gnacinski, brother of the bride.

A reception and dinner were served at Hon-E-Kor Country Club at Kewaskum.

The new Mrs. Richert is a graduate of the Kewaskum High School

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