BioM: Komis, Kathleen (1951)
Surnames: Komis, Fischer, Trampe, Mummert, Hansen, Litka, Kreig, Blaeske
----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 05/17/1951
Komis, Kathleen (14 APR 1951)
St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Milwaukee was the scene of a very beautiful wedding on April 14th, 1951, of the marriage of Miss Kathleen Komis and Gerald Fischer. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Eske at 4 p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Komis of Milwaukee, formerly residents of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.) vicinity. Mr. Arthur Fischer of Milwaukee is the groom’s father.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white nylon marquisette, long sleeves ending in points over the wrist, covered buttons down the back and a long train with lace inserts in it and lace insert down the front of the dress. There was a large cape of lace with rhinestones at the neckline. A fingertip veil fell from a sweetheart shaped headpiece made of lace and pearls and edged with wide lace, and she carried a white colonial bouquet of roses and carnations.
Miss Katherine Komis, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, wearing an orchid nylon marquisette gown and large orchid picture hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses, daffodils, carnations and purple sweet peas. Marlene Trampe, Jeanne Fischer and Virginia Mummert were bridesmaids, all wearing orchid nylon marquisette gowns with satin bands around the waist with large capes. They wore large orchid picture hats and carried colonial bouquets of yellow roses, daffodils and carnations.
The flower girl was Diane Hansen of Marshfield. She wore a white satin dress and a white satin dress and a white bonnet and carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white roses and sweet peas. The ring bearer, Larry Litka of Loyal, wore a black formal suit and carried a heart shaped satin pillow, trimmed with lace. They are cousins of the bride.
Howard Kreig was best man, William Blaeske was groomsman, and William Fischer and Duane Komis were the ushers. The groom and attendants wore formal suits, light gray coats and black trousers with bow ties.
The bride’s mother wore a navy blue crepe dress with pink yoke and pink long gloves, pink hat and a corsage of pink and white roses.
Maridene and Beverly McCann sang "Because" and "The Lord’s Prayer."
A wedding dinner for 65 guests was served at 6 o’clock in the St. Thomas Church basement. A reception and dance were held at Bertgrams Hall in Milwaukee, at 8 o’clock,
The groom is stationed at Camp McCoy and the bride is employed at the Borden Dairy Co., in the office, and is residing with her parents.
The newlyweds took a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, Canada, and Michigan.
Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Litka and family, Mrs. Ida Litka, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bauer and Allan, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bauer and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hansen and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weber, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lenhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guntly, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tesch, Mrs. Hilda Kletzene, Hartford.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Genenz and daughter, Evanston, Ill., Mrs. Herman Radtke and daughters, Darlene, Diane, and Dolores, Brookfield; Frankie Hansen, Colgate; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Raumann, Fort Campbell, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. William Raumann and Joan Bodicany, Waukesha; Frank Foley and lady friend, Big Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Otto of Loyal.
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