Surnames: KRALCIK HORACEK LANG LACH KLUK JANCZIK WOLF
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/14/1934
Kralcik, Marie (Marriage - 12 June 1934)
A very pretty wedding took place at the St. Mary’s Catholic church Tuesday morning at nine o’clock, Rev. L. J. Lang reading the double ring marriage ceremony, when Miss Marie Kralcik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kralcik of the town of Hull, became the bride of Mr. Peter Horacek, son of Mrs. Josephine Horacek of the town of Johnson.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of ivory satin and lace and her veil, edged with lace, worn in cap effect with a bandeau of pearls, ended in a long train. Her bride’s bouquet consisted of calla lilies, roses and ferns. She was attended by her cousin, Miss Rose Kralcik, of Chicago, who was dressed in pink with an arm bouquet of pink roses, carnations and snapdragons. Miss Helen Kralcik, a sister, and Miss Kathryn Lach of Wausau were the bridesmaids. They were dressed in yellow and rose respectively with head bands to match. Their flowers were gladioli, snapdragons and roses to match their gowns. All wore white pumps and gloves. Little Evelyn Kluk of Chicago, who was dressed in white was flower girl. She carried a bouquet of mixed flowers.
The groom was attended by his cousin, Casimir Janczik of Chicago, Norman Wolf of Wausau and John Kralcik, brother of the bride.
A reception followed the ceremony and dinner and supper served to fifty at the home of the bride’s parents. The rooms were nicely trimmed with colored streamers, flowers and foliage for the occasion and in the evening further festivities were enjoyed at Buergers pavilion.
The young couple will make their home on the groom’s farm near Milan.
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