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Surnames: Matousek, Holub, White, Shramek,, Lenz, Klann, Korela, Komarek, Smitke, Knutson
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 6 June 1935
Matousek, Lillian (Marriage - 1 June 1935)
Lillian Matousek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matousek, town of Washburn, and George Holub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holub, Sr., town of Levis, were united in marriage Saturday morning, June 1, at 10 o’clock, with Rev. Paul B. White officiating.
The bride wore a gown of white rough crepe with a jacket and a long tulle veil, with lace cap effect. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and feverfew. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Vladmir Holub, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. She wore a pine crepe dress and a shoulder corsage of pine roses and feverfew.
The maid of honor was Miss Mildred Shramek, cousin of the bridegroom. She wore a sky blue silk dress, and a shoulder corsage of pine roses and feverfew. The bridegroom and best man were dressed a liked with navy blue suits. The best man was Vladmir Holub, brother of the bridegroom.
Dinner was served at the home of the bride, with about 70 guests in attendance.
The house decorations were white, pink and blue, with a large wedding bell. The wedding cake was decorated by Mrs. Julius Lenz of Levis.
In the evening a shower and wedding dance were held in the Levis community hall. Many lovely gifts and money were received.
The bride received a lovely bouquet of red, white and pink roses and bridal wreath from her aunt, Mrs. Anton Klann, of Forest Grove, Ore.
The out-of-town guest were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Korela, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom, from Brookfield, Ill., and Mrs. Barbara Komarek, grandmother of the bridegroom, from North Judson, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smitke and son, Frederick, of Thorp, Wis., and Mrs. Henry Knuston of Milwaukee, Wis.
The young couple will make their home with the bride’s parents in the town of Washburn.
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