BioM: Zukowski, Dominika (1941)

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Surnames: Bielecki, Zukowski, Szatalowicz, Filipek, Teclaw, Panek Jaskot, Koltis

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/05/1941

Zukowski, Dominika (1 JUN 1941)

Mr. John Bielecki of the town of Worden (Clark Co., Wis.) and Miss Dominika Zukowski of the town of Withee (Clark Co.) were united in marriage by Rev. F.A. Kulig Sunday morning, June 1st, 1941 at St. Hedwig’s Church.

The bride was attended by the Misses Lorraine Szatalowicz, Loretta Filipek, Lillian Teclaw, Antonette Panek, Dorothy Zukowski and Eleanor Jaskot, who wore dresses of pink, purple, pink, yellow, blue and blue green, respectively and wore flowers in their hair.

The bride’s gown was of white lace. She wore a coronet of pearls and carried a bouquet of white roses.

The maid of honor, Miss Alice Zukowski, sister of the bride, wore a pink celanes net gown and her bouquet was of pink and blue flowers.

The groom’s attendants were Felix Zukowski, brother of the bride, Frank Koltis and Bernard Bielecki.

Palms lined either side of the isle down which the wedding party passed and the ceremonial altar was beautifully decorated with assorted flowers.

A reception was held at the P.N.A. Hall in Thorp after the ceremony which was attended by a large number of relatives and friends both during the day and evening.

The happy couple will reside in the town of Worden, where the groom is engaged in farming. "The Courier" joins their many friends in extending best wishes for a long and prosperous life of wedded bliss.



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