Jacquelyn Sue (1964)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Vine, Trawicki, Stowe, Hodowanic, Phillips, Sime, Winger
----Sources: Scrap book two: by Erna Schenk Price, contributed by Halbert "Bud" Hardrath
Vine, Jacquelyn Sue (Marriage - 1 Aug. 1964)
Miss Jacquelyn Sue Vine and Alvin Richard Trawicki were married Saturday, Aug. 1, at a nuptial High Mass in St. Paul’s Catholic Church at Evansville, Wis.
Harley Vine and Miss Clara Vine are the bride’s parents while Mr. Trawicki is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Trawicki, route 1, Gilman. Mrs. Ruth Stowe, Abbotsford, is the bride’s grandmother.
The bride’s crystal peau dress was resigned with a lace bodice and lace panel on the chapel-length entrained skirt. Her shoulder-length English illusion veil was held by a pearl tiara and she carried two white orchids with stephanotis on a white missal.
Mrs. Roger Hodowanic, Kenosha, was the honor attendant and Miss Carol Phillips, the bridesmaid. They were seen in petal pink crystal peau dresses detailed with pleated overskirts of embroidered crystal peau. Their matching veils were held by pillbox hats and they carried pink and white pompons.
Best man was Roger Hodowanic, Kenosha, and Robert Simer of Boyd was groomsman. Serving as ushers were James Winger, Evansville, and Jerome Vine, Racine.
Breakfast was served to the bridal party and close relatives at Norm Hiway Inn. Two hundred guests attended the afternoon reception in the church hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Trawicki will be home after a northern Wisconsin and Canadian honeymoon.
The bride is a 1964 Evansville High School graduate and her husband, who was graduated from Gilman High School in 1960, works for Garrett Construction Co., Madison.
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