BioM: Pogodzinski, Therese (1960)

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Surnames: Maass, Pogodzinski, Friedenfels, Zawadski, Brey

 

----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 12/08/1960

 

Pogodzinski, Therese (3 DEC 1960)

 

Appearing before the Rev. Hubert Crubel in Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Owen Saturday morning at 9:30 o’clock were Miss therese Pogodzinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pogodzinski, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), and Gerald Maass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maass, Greenwood, who exchanged marriage vows prior to the nuptial High Mass.  Bronze, yellow and white chrysanthemums adorned the altar for the nuptial services for which the Holy Rosary School Choir sang.

 

When the bride entered the church with her father she was wearing a floor length satin gown with an overskirt of Chantilly lace and a waist length veil with queen’s crown of seed pearls, and she was carrying a bouquet of baby rosebuds and stephanotis with streamers.

 

Mrs. Lillian Friedenfels of Owen preceded the bride down the aisle wearing a street length brocade satin dress in pink and matching headband, and carrying bronze and yellow chrysanthemums.  Similarly dressed in green was the bridesmaid, Miss Kathleen Maass, Greenwood.

 

Wayne Zawadski, Greenwood, was the best man and Anthony Pogodzinski, Owen, the groomsman.  Ushers were Victor, Jerome and James Pogodzinski, and Francis Brey.

 

A wedding dance was held at the American Legion Hall in Owen and the dinner for members of the immediate family was served in the church hall.

 

The bride is a 1960 graduate of Owen-Withee High School and her husband, a milk inspector, was graduated three years earlier from Greenwood High School.

 

Following a southern honeymoon they will reside at Owen.

 

 

 


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