BioM: Burzynski, Loretta D. (1958)
Surnames: Jarocki, Burzynski, Zaidel, Olejniczak, Depa, Ciolkosz, Wegner
----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/06/1958
Burzynski, Loretta D. (1 NOV 1958)
The Rev. Francis Piekarski was the celebrant as Miss Loretta D. Burzynski of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.) became the bride Saturday to Bruno J. Jarocki of Withee, in St. Hedwig’s Catholic Church.
Parents of the couple are Mrs. Lottie Burzynski and Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Jarocki Sr. Alois Ciolkosz was organist and hymns were sung by the church choir.
Eiven in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of nylon tulle and lace over satin styled with a chapel length train. The high styled collar and Basque bodice were detailed with sequins and pearls. Her tiara of sequins and pearls held a fingertip length veil of illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and lily of the valley.
Pauline Depa, Chicago, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Charlotte Olejniczak, Thorp, sister of the bride, Sandra Olejniczak, Thorp, and Mildred Jarocki of Withee, sister of the groom. They wore ballerina length dresses of red and blue taffeta styled by scoop necklines and bouffant skirts. They wore matching crowns and carried bouquets of pink and white carnations.
Carol Zaidel was flower girl. White velvery flocked nylon sheer over candy pink taffeta fashioned the flower girl’s floor length gown. Her headpieces was a white crown with pink blusher veil.
George Jarocki, Withee, was best man, and groomsmen were Roger Olejniczak and Bernard Burzynski of Thorp, and Edwin Wegner of Withee.
A wedding breakfast was served at St. Hedwig’s Hall following the ceremony and a 6 o’clock supper was served to 400 guests. The bride attended Thorp High School and has been employed by the Thorp Finance Corp. Mr. Jarocki attended Withee High School and is a farmer.
Following a honeymoon in the southwestern states. The couple will make their home in Withee.
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