BioM: Luzinski, Marie (1946)
Surnames: Luzinski, Soda, Ignatius, Wojciehowski, Zurowski, Giokosz, Panek
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/20/1946
Luzinski, Marie (1 JUN 1946)
A very beautiful wedding was solemnized in Chicago on Saturday, June the first at St. Fidelis Church, when Miss Marie Luzinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luzinski of Lublin, Wis., became the bride of Mr. Frank Soda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Soda of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.). The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Francis Czarny, before an altar decorated with white roses and mixed flowers. Three arches in the center aisle were decorated with pink and white roses.
The bride was attired in a white satin gown, trimmed with chantilly lace, and wore pearls with earrings to match. She wore a seven-yard veil scalloped on the end and trimmed with calla lilies. It was held in place by a pearl beaded tiara. She carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley.
She chose as her maid of honor, Miss Elaine Ignatius, niece of the groom, wore an icicle blue net dress with a full skirt and a tiara and blusher to match. She carried pink roses.
The first bridesmaid was Mars. Frances Wojciehowski. She wore a chartreuse dress with tiara and blusher to match and carried an arm bouquet of red roses.
The second bridesmaid was Miss Katherine Zurowski. She wore a baby pink net gown with tiara and blusher to match. Her flowers were yellow roses.
The third bridesmaid, Ann Zurowski, wore a canary yellow net gown with a tiara and blusher to match. She also carried talisman roses.
The groom wore black trousers and white coat with carnation boutonniere. The best man was Leonard Wojciehowski, brother-in-law of the bride. Ushers were Henry Giokosz and George Panek. They also wore black trousers and coats, and each had a boutonniere in their lapel.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the St. James Parish Hall. Over 300 guests were present and supper was served to all, and followed by music by Joe Durlak and his Jolly Vagabonds.
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