BioM: Malinowski, Marie (1930)
Surnames: MALINOWSKI NOVAK BARTOL
----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08/14/1930
Malinowski, Marie (28 JUL 1930)
Princeton, Wis., Republic
Monday morning, July 28, 1930, at the early hour of eight o’clock, St. Mary’s Catholic church, Milwaukee, provided a charming setting for the marriage of Frank Novak, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Novak, Sr., this city, to Marie Malinowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Malinowski, Thorp, Clark Co., Wis. The altars were decorated with cut flowers. Large Ferns formed an arch through which the wedding party march to reach the altar. Rev. J. C. Knitter, a former pastor of the St. John’s Catholic Church, this city, spoke the solemn words.
The bride’s costume consisted of a peach chiffon and a large picture hat to match. She carried a shower bouquet of tea roses and butterfly roses and gypsophelia. She was attended by the groom’s sister, Miss Theresa M. Novak, who wore a smart printed chiffon and a large green picture hat. The bridesmaid carried an arm bouquet of ink roses and orchid larkspur. She was accompanied by Mr. August Bartol of Cudahy.
The wedding breakfast was served at the apartment of the groom’s sister. The room was artistically decorated in pink and white and the same color scheme was carried throughout. The table centerpiece was made of larkspur gypsophelia and pink roses.
The newlyweds departed to Princeton later in the day and were accompanied here by their attendants. The young couple will make this city their home with his parents.
The Republic extends its congratulations and wishes for them happiness and prosperity throughout their journey of wedded life.
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