BioM: Mikottis, Martha (1942)
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----Sources: : Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 12/04/1942

Mikottis, Martha (24 OCT 1942)

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mikottis of Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), announce the marriage of their daughter, Martha, to Walter Podroza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Podroza of Chicago, Ill., in a ceremony performed on Oct. 24, 1942.

The bride, attired in an entrained satin gown and long veil falling from an orange blossom tiara, was given in marriage by her father at the double ring ceremony read by the Rev. J. O’Connor at 3 p.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Church. Her bouquet was fashioned of white roses and orchids.

Miss Alice Podroza and Miss Dolores Henzel, sister and niece of the groom respectively, as maid of honor and flower girl, wore identical gowns of peacock blue taffeta and royal blue velvet and carried bouquets of blue carnations and pompons. Miss Agatha Mikottis and Miss Virginia Warren, sister and niece of the bride, attired in dresses of Spanish raisin colored taffeta and maroon velvet and carrying arm bouquets of pink carnations and lavender pompons, were bridesmaids.

John Mikottis, borther of the bride, and Ted Szatt attended the groom.

Covers for 100 guests were laid at the wedding dinner at the Warsaw Restaurant later.

Mr. and Mrs. Podroza are now living in Chicago where both are employed.



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