BioM: Dobrzynski, Louise (1925)
Surnames: DORRZYNSKI, SZYMANSKI, DEMORESE DABEK WOJTULITUS
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 09/17/1925
Dobrzynski, Louise (9 SEP 1925)
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Hedwig's Church Wednesday, Sept. 9th, 1925, at ten a.m., when Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Val Dobrzynski, was united in marriage to John S. Szymanski, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szymanski. The bride wore a beautiful gown and wreath and veil. She carried a big shower bouquet. Miss Sophia Dobrzynski, sister of the bride, was amid of honor and Edward B. Kalka, nephew of the groom, acted as best man. Miss Blanche De Morse, Miss Elizabeth Dabek, friends of the bride, Miss Eleanor Dobrzynski, sister of the bride, all of Minneapolis, and Miss Bertha Wojtulitus, friend of the bride, were flower girls and carried big bouquets of white roses. A bountiful dinner and supper was served to the assemble guests and a fine celebration the event was held. The bride is a most winsome and pleasing young lady, for she combines all the qualities which go to make up a successful helpmate. The groom is one of the progressive and industrious young men of good sterling qualities. They enjoy a large circle of friends, all of who wish them much happiness and prosperity.
Those from afar who attended the wedding were: Miss Blanche De Morse and Miss Elizabeth Dabek, friends of the bride, and Miss Eleanor Dobrzynski, sister of the bride, all of Minneapolis, Edward and Virginia Kalka, nephew and niece of the groom, Mrs. Frank Kalka, sister of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Markowski, and son Donald, the latter, sister of the groom, Joseph Markowski, Stanley Luderek and Martin Sonenberg and Alec Novak, friends of the groom, all of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skaja and family of Marshfield, Wis.
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