BioM: Milawski, Antonette (1965)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Milawski, Kaz, Becker, Szymanski, Pietzen, Juzwiak, Crubel
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 30, 1965
Milawski, Antonette (Marriage - 25 September 1965)
The Rev. Herbert Crubel performed a nuptial mass Saturday in Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Owen, uniting in marriage Miss Antonette Milawski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Milawski of rural Thorp, and James M. Kaz, son of Mrs. Caroline Kaz of rural Owen.
Entering the church with her father, who gave her in marriage, the bride was attired in a floor length sheath of slipper satin, with demi-scoop neckline. Accenting her gown were long, tapered sleeves. Seed pearls and Alencon lace fashioned an elaborate design on the fitted bodice and sheath skirt. A dimensional train, detachable from the waist, was enhanced with a bow. The bouffant veil cascaded from an Alencon lace and pearl crown. Her bridal bouquet consisted of yellow roses and stephanotis, entwined with ivy.
Miss JoAnn Becker of Eleva was her maid-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Delores Milawski and Miss Marlene Szymanski.
The maid-of-honor wore a floor length sheath of sand crepe, styled with a bodice of seaweed velvet with Camelot sleeves. A bateau neckline accented the bodice. Sand Venetian lace enhanced the Empire waist. A seaweed velvet pillbox with a blush veil adorned her hair.
The bridesmaids were attired in identical dresses of bourbon and sand color. They carried traditional colonial bouquets of pompon chrysanthemums.
Tony Pietzen of Owen was best man. Groomsmen were Wally Juzwiak and Edward Milawski, Jr. Ushers were Wally Pietzen and Edward Wendt.
The bride a 1958 graduate of Thorp High School is employed as a beautician in Eau Claire. Mr. Kaz is engaged in farming in rural Owen, where they will reside.
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