BioM: Pabich, Mary Ann (1961)
Surnames: Pabich, Hollman, Ludwig, Kapustanczk, Rahn
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 12/07/1961
Pabich, Mary Ann (25 NOV 1961)
Yellow and brown chrysanthemums decorated the altar at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Owen on Saturday, Nov. 25, 1961, at 9:30 a.m. when Miss Mary Ann Pabich of Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of James Hollman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollman of Dorchester, at a nuptial Mass read by the Rev. H.L. Crubel.
Escorted to the altar on the arm of her father, the bride wore a white floor length gown of satin with lace. The fitted bodice had a scooped neckline, long tapered sleeves with bouffant skirt. Her illusion fingertip veil was secured by an open crown. She carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations.
Mrs. Roberta Ludwig, Medford, was matron of honor and Miss Sandra Hollman, Dorchester, and Miss Judy Hollman, Milwaukee, were the bridesmaids. They were attired in gold satin street length dresses and carried bouquets of yellow and brown chrysanthemums.
Theresa Kapustanczk was the flower girl, dressed in pink organdy.
Attending the groom were Edward Pabich, Chicago, as best man, and Alex Pabich, Chicago, and Patrick Pabich, Thorp, as groomsmen. Ushers were Gilbert Kapustanczk and Douglas Rahn, both of Milwaukee. All wore black tuxedos with white boutonnieres.
The wedding dinner was served at 12:00 o’clock at the church dining room. A reception was held at 2:00 in the afternoon at the American Legion Hall in Owen and a wedding dance was held there that evening.
Mrs. Hollman attended the Owen-Withee High School and has been employed in Milwaukee with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mr. Hollman attended Dorchester High School and is employed as a truck driver. They will reside in Dorchester.
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