BioM: Gulczinski, Judith K. (1966)


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Surnames: Loberg, Gulczinski, Gatz, Bredlau, Krultz, Briski, Swoverland


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.)   08/18/1966


Gulczinski, Judith K. (6 AUG 1966)


The young women’s choir of St. Mary’s Catholic Church here sang for the wedding of Miss Judith K. Gulczinski and Orville L. Loberg Saturday, Aug. 6, 1966.  The 11:55 a.m. ceremony and Mass was officiated by the pastor, the Rev. Aloysius F. Baumann.


White gladioli decorated the altar as Miss Gulczinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Florian Gulczinski, route 1, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Loberg, route 3, Neillsville.


She appeared in a floor length gown of pure silk organza fashioned in the empire silhouette.  Bell sleeves of Alncon lace and a sculptured neckline enhanced the bodice and a cutaway overskirt edged in lace swept to a chapel train.  Her bouffant veil of pure silk illusion was secured to a pillbox of organza topped with a cluster of organza roses.  She carried an arrangement of three phalaenopsis orchids with cascading streamers of stephanotis.


Three large white chrysanthemums surrounded by dracaena foliage, ivy sprigs and satin leaves, were carried by each bridal aide as she appeared in a floor length sheath of blue crepe highlighted by a back panel.  A flattering ruffle framed the elbow length sleeves of the lace empire bodice and braided nylon styled her pillbox hat complemented by a blush veil.


The maid of honor was Miss Janice K. Gulczinski, Greenwood, and the bridesmaids were Miss Suzanne Gatz, Greenwood, and Miss Sharon Loberg of Neillsville.


Alfred Bredlau, Neillsville, served as best man in the groom’s party.  Michael Krultz, Neillsville, and Frank Briski, Greenwood, were groomsmen.  Steve Gulczinski, Minneapolis, Minn., and Daniel Swoverland, Grafton, had charge of ushering.


A wedding reception was held during the afternoon at the American Legion Hall here, and dinner was served at the church hall.  Silver Dome Ballroom of Neillsville was the scene of the wedding dance.


The new Mrs. Loberg is a 1964 graduate of Greenwood Community Schools.  Her husband, a 1961 graduate of Neillsville High School, is engaged in farming.  After a honeymoon through northern Wisconsin, they will live on route 3, Neillsville.



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