BioM: Radlinger, Julene Mae (1971)
Surnames: Radlinger, Cwikla, Fischer, Harrington, Meissner, Blume, Albrecht, Renderman, Boss, Petzold, Tytor
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 17 Jun 1971
Radlinger, Julene Mae (11 JUN 1971)
Miss Julene Mae Radlinger and Daniel David Cwikla were united in marriage Friday evening, June 11, 1971, in a ceremony performed at 7 o'clock by the Rev. Milton Petzold at the Peace United Church of Christ, Dorchester.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Radlinger, Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.). Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cwikla, route 2, Withee (Clark Co.) are parents of the groom.
Miss Marjean Fischer, Curtiss, served as maid of honor, with Mrs. Patrick Harrington of Goshen, Indiana, Miss Shirley Cwikla, Withee, and Mrs. Kenneth Meissner, Fall Creek, as bridesmaids.
Serving the groom as best man was Don Cwikla, Eau Claire. Groomsmen were Richard Cwikla and Neal Tytor, both of route 2, Withee, and Arden Blume, Curtiss.
Donald Albrecht and Dave Renderman ushered. Mrs. Donald Albrecht sang for the ceremony, with Ronald Boss playing the organ.
The bride wore a floor length empire gown of ivory organza, with a chapel train. She carried a cascade arrangement of pink roses and baby's breath. Her attendants, wearing floor length empire dresses of pink chiffon, carried colonial bouquets of sweetheart roses, white carnations and baby's breath.
A supper and reception were held at the Dorchester Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Cwikla is a graduate of Colby High School and attended North Central Technical Institute, Wausau. She is presently employed as a secretary by Meyer's Lumber Company. Her husband, a graduate of Owen-Withee High School, is employed with Michel's Pipeline Construction.
After a wedding trip in northern Wisconsin, the couple will make their home on route 2, Withee.
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