BioM: Wargolet, Miss (1956)
Surnames: Vandoske, Wargolet, Mroz, Jalowitz, Osowski, Madden, Schmidt
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 11/01/1956
Wargolet, Miss (27 OCT 1956)
Honeymooning in Canada are the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vandoske, who were married last Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1956 at the St. Hedwig’s Church.
Rev. Francis Piekarski officiated at the double ring ceremony. The altars were decorated with baskets of white pompons.
The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a white lace gown with iridescent sequins front and back panel and ruffles on the sides. The neck of her dress was net with a row of sequin flowers and her underskirt was of heavy satin. Her double crown veil was edged with a border of lace. She carried white roses with an orchid center.
The bride chose her only sister Estelle as her maid of honor. She wore a salvia rose velvet gown with wide skirts of net. Her headpiece was a feathered rose hat with blusher, gift of the bride. She carried a pinwheel bouquet of red and white carnations.
The two other bridesmaids, Terry Mroz and Adeline Jalowitz, girlfriends of the bride, wore identical gowns in cotillion blue with matching feathered hats and blushers. They carried pinwheel bouquets of blue and white carnations.
The little flower girl, Joy Vandoske of Chicago, niece of the groom, wore a pink ynlon pleated dress with velvet sash and carried a small white basket of mixed flowers.
The little flower boy, Ronald Osowski, Godchild of the bride, wore a tuxedo, powder blue jacket and navy blue trousers.
The groom chose Gerald Madden of Wausau as his best man. The other two attendants were Roy Vandoske of Sheboygan, brother of the groom and Edmund Schmidt of Sheboygan, friend of the groom. They wore powder blue jackets with navy blue trousers and all wore carnations in their lapels. Ray Vandoske, brother of the groom, and Norbert Osowski, uncle of the bride, were the ushers.
The bride’s mother wore a blue lace dress with a corsage of red roses. The groom’s mother also wore a blue dress with a corsage of red roses.
The groom is a graduate of Central High School of Sheboygan and spent two years in service. He now is employed at the Milwaukee Envelope Mfg. Co. in Milwaukee.
Breakfast and six o’clock reception for about 500 people were held at the St. Hedwig’s Hall, Thorp.
The couple will reside at 2945 North 36th St. in Milwaukee.
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