BioM: Pogodzinski, Mary (1945)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Misiora, Pogodzinski, Konieczny, Ciolkosz, Navarre, Borysiak, Bartosiewicz

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/07/1945

Pogodzinski, Mary (2 JUN 1945)

Miss Mary Pogodzinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pogodzinski, became the bride of John Misiora of the town of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Misiora, in a double ring ceremony performed by Father Jerome Kamla before an altar adorned with lilac and tulips at St. Mary’s Church, Junction, on Saturday morning, June 2nd at 10:00 o’clock.

The best man, Theodore Misiora, brother of the groom, wore a navy blue suit and bridesmaid was Miss Virginia Ciolkosz, who wore a blue taffeta gown with a net skirt and wore a pink toque. She carried a bouquet of white and pink carnations and salmon gladioli.

The bride was beautifully attired in a white gown with satin top and net skirt with train, and short veil. Her crown was adorned with orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, snapdragons and white gladioli.

Wanda Konieczny was maid of honor and wore a pink taffeta gown with pink blusher. She carried a bouquet of white and pink carnations and salmon gladioli.

Little Bernadette Ciolkosz wore a long blue taffeta dress and a pink wreath in her hair and served as ring bearer.

Edward Ciolkosz, attired in a Navy blue suit carried a cane.

Other attending couples were a brother of the bride, Walter Pogodzinski and Catherine Navarre and Frank Borysiak and Ann Bartosiewicz. The bridesmaids wore blue taffeta gowns with net shirt and wore a pin toque. They carried bouquets of white and pink carnations. The groom and two attendants wore blue suits. Frank Borysiak was attired in brown. Al wore carnation boutonnieres.

The mother of the bride was dressed in navy blue and the groom’s mother wore gray. They wore corsages of pink roses.

A reception was held in the P.N.A. Hall, where guests joined in the festivities during the day and evening.

The newlyweds will reside at the groom’s farm in the town of Thorp.

Guests from out of town here to attend the wedding were: Theodore Misiora, Virginia Ciolkosz, Ann Bartosiewicz, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grantys and children, Victoria Konieczny, Adeline Bartosiewicz, and John Staron of Chicago; Pvt. Louis Konieczny of the Army Air Corps, Kessler Field, Miss.


Re: BioM: Pogodzinski, Mary (1945)

Contact: Michele Potaczek

Hi, yes, if anyone could help me out. I am Mary's granddaughter, and my fathers (Ted) biological dad was John Misiora. I'm trying to find out family genealogy since I know nothing on my fathers side. please reach me at 715-257-7240 my name is Michele.



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