BioM: Richert, Beverly (1968)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Richert, Sikora

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 05 Sept 1968)

Richert, Beverly Jean (24 August, 1968)

Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal was the scene of the wedding of Miss Beverly Jean Richert, 1708 S. 60th st., Milwaukee and Thomas F. Sikoa, 5812 W. Mitchell St., Milwaukee on Saturday, August 24 at 2 p.m.

Parents of the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Richert, route 1, Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Sikora, 1107 Langlade St., Antigo.

The Rev. A. Myrold, Greenwood officiated and Miss Pamela Wolfe, Loyal was the organist. Mrs. Vern Dahlby. Loyal, was the soloist and sang :The Lord's Prayer."

The bride given in marriage by her father chose a a-line floor length bridal gown of white organza with alencon lace. The attached train was adorned with a petite bow and alencon lace. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, yellow roses and ivy. Her finger tip veil was held with a auroa borelais headpiece.

Miss Carolyn Richert, Marshfield, was maid of honor. Miss Carmen Steger, West Bend; and Miss Linda Richert, Greenwood were the bridesmaids. Jacqueline Dawn Richert, Madison, was the flower girl.

The aides and flower girl were seen in floor length dresses of yellow chiffon over taffeta with white Venice lace bodices. They each carried colonial bouquets of yellow and white star burst pomps with white fever few and mist and leather fern.

Brian Johnston, Loyal was the best man. Alan Hoeser, West Bend; and Richard Sikora, Sun Prairie, were the groomsmen. Robert Richert, West Bend and Henry Klemanns, Antigo served as the ushers. Robert Sikora, Sheboygan Falls, was the ring bearer.

A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the Star Lodge Motel with a dinner at the church at 5:30.

The bride is a 1963 graduate of the Loyal High School and is employed by Rex Chainbelt, Inc., Milwaukee. The groom is a 1965 graduate of Antigo High School and is a student at Milwaukee Technical College. He is also a draftsman for Morgan Design, Inc. Milwaukee.

After a wedding trip to Mackinac Island, Michigan and Canada the couple will make their home at 582 W. Michell St., Milwaukee.



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