BioM: Fijalkiewicz, Helen (1943)
Surnames: Rohland, Fijalkiewicz, Glozowski,, Prossman, Slowiak, Klabon Gulcynski, Tocki, Gilday
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 11/11/1943
Fijalkiewicz, Helen (30 OCT 1943)
Miss Helen Fijalkiewicz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fijalkiewicz, of Stanley, was united in marriage to Cpl. Albert G. Rohland of Pine Camp, New York, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rohland of Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), Saturday, Oct. 30th, 1943 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Hyacinth Cathedral, Chicago, Illinois. The Rev. Golnick officiating.
The bride wore a gown of white slipper satin with a sweetheart neckline, beaded bodice, and a long train. The veil was gathered with a beaded tiara. Her only jewelry was a gold cross, a gift of the groom. She carried a Cascade bouquet of orchids and gardenias with satin ribbons.
The seven bridesmaids wore brocaded satin gowns with blushers and tiara’s to match. The Mmes, Gina Fijalkiewicz, Dorothy Prossman, Blanche Slowiak wore pink. Miss Elsie Rohland and Emily Klabon wore blue. Miss Emily Gulczynski and Dorothy Tocki wore aqua. They carried a cascade bouquet of American Beauty roses.
The maid of honor, Loretta Glozowski, wore a gold silk chiffon gown. She carried a cascade bouquet of tea roses.
The ring bearer, Richard Fijalkiewicz, wore a tuxedo with tails with a white carnation boutonniere. He carried a slipper satin lace edged pillow.
The flower girl, Beverly Gilday, wore a powder blue taffeta. She carried a Colonial bouquet of pink pompoms. Her tiara was of pink velvet ribbons.
The best man, Pvt. Otto Rohland, brother of the groom, was in uniform.
The remaining six ushers were Edmond Rohland, Emil Rohland, Arthur Klabon, Joe Slowiak, Frank Gulcynski, and Frank Fijalkiewicz. They wore tuxedoes with a white carnation boutonniere.
The bride’s mother wore a navy blue crepe dress with matching accessories.
The groom’s mother wore a black crepe dress with matching accessories. Both wore corsages of American Beauty roses.
A dinner was served at 6:30 and the reception followed.
The following out of town guests were present: Mrs. John Rohland and sons, Emil and Edmond, Theodore Klabon and nephews, George and Ronald Amend of Withee; Pvt. Otto Rohland of Indiantown Gap, Pa.; Frank Gulcynski of Thorp; Miss Emily Gulcynski of Milwaukee; Gina Fijalkiewicz, R.N., Rochester, Minn.; Henry Rohland, AMM 2/C, Glenview, Ill.; Norma Breitlow, Highland Park, Ill.; George Fijalkiewicz of Darris, Calif.; Mrs. Joseph Fijalkiewicz and son, Frank, Mrs. Joseph Lejia, Mrs. Ambrose Fijalkiewicz, of Stanley.
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