BioM: Winiarczyk, Cheryl Jane (1968)


Surnames: Winiarczyk, Cyrus, Tanberg, Larson, Burns, Raciborski, Boardman, Herman, Acker, Senn, Deutschlander, Burzynski, Lee, Oman

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Oct 1968

Winiarczyk, Cheryl Jane (12 OCT 1968)

Hot pink and white mums decorated the Pentecostal Assembly Church, Eau Claire, along with lighted candelabrum on each side of the altar for the marriage of Miss Cheryl Jane Winiarczyk and Darrel Duane Cyrus on Saturday, October 12, 1968. Rev. Harold O. Cyrus, the groom's father, performed the three p.m. double ring ceremony.

Mrs. Jon Tanberg, Eau Claire, was the organist through the entire ceremony. Jean Larson, bridesmaid, sang "Each for the Other." Martha Larson, St. Paul, sang "Meet Me at the Altar." Jean Larson and Martha Larson sang a duet, Song of Ruth," and Rev. Cecil Burns, Eau Claire, sang "The Wedding Prayer.".

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winiarczyk and Rev. and Mrs. Harold O. Cyrus, both of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory floor length Empire sheath gown of silk peau de soie, accented with Alencon lace, along with a detachable chapel train completely encircled in Alencon lace. A stand up collar and bishop sleeve with wide Alencon cuffs concluded the wedding gown. Her elbow length veil was styled in an all Alencon lace cluster. She carried a ball shaped colonial bouquet of white sunburst mums and sweetheart red roses and ivy.

Lucille Raciborski was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jean Larson, Linda Cyrus, Julie Boardman, Lynn Herman Debra Acker. They all wore hot pink floor length Empire A-line sheaths of silk organza over satin, accented by daisy lace appliques under Empire bodice, and matching lace edge their long sleeves. Their headpieces were of real sunburst mums and were place on their hair-do's. They carried bell shaped colonial bouquets of hot pink and white sunburst mums.

Lori Senn was miniature bride, wearing a gown identical to the bride's.

Jill Deutschlander, flower girl, wore a gown the same as the bridesmaids. Ring bearer was Kevin Burzynski.

Bernard Burzinski was best man, and groomsmen were Dale Lee, Raymond Lee, Michael Senn, Ronald Winiarczyk and Robert Winiarczyk. They all wore formal cut-aways. Ushers were Eugene Raciborski and Paul Oman.

A dinner for 300 guests was served at the Holiday Inn, Eau Claire by the bride's parents.

The bride's mother chose a hot pink coat, dress ensemble, with matching hot pink and white accessories. The groom's mother wore a 3-piece gray ensemble with hot pink accessories. They each wore a corsage of white sunburst mums with red roses.

After a wedding trip to Florida and Easter States, they will make their home in St. Paul, where the bride is employed with American Family Insurance Company, and the groom with Montgomery Ward.



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