BioM: Pawlicki, Minnie (1960)
Surnames: Pawlicki, Nichols, Kramer, Liazuk
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 10/13/1960
Pawlicki, Minnie (27 AUG 1960)
Miss Minnie Pawlicki, Lublin, became the bride of Leonard A. Nichols, Gilman, on Saturday the 27th of August 1960, at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Lublin, Wis. Rev. Eugene Konopka performed the then a.m. ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Mrs. Martha Pawlicki, R. 1, Lublin, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols of R. 1, Gilman.
The bride, given in marriage by her brother Adam Pawlicki, wore a floor length gown of delicate rose point lace over bridal taffeta. A scooped neckline etched in floral applique and seed pearls with long tapered sleeves accented the fitted Basque. The bell shaped skirt fell into a gracious chapel train. Her fingertip full circular illusion veil was imported pure English silk with a half pillbox of Chantilly lace with sequins and sham pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations beautifully decorated with a white bow.
Miss Leona Pawlicki of Lublin, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Jim Kramer of Withee, a good friend of the couple, and Mrs. C. Nichols, Gilman, the groom’s sister-in-law. They wore silk organza street length dresses in pastel shades of pink, aqua and maize, smartly styled with scoop necklines, short sleeves, and lace bodices, while the full skirts were detailed at the waist with semi-cummerbunds caught up in front by dual roses. Princess crowns with blush veils completed the ensemble. Each carried colonial style bouquets with carnations tinted to match the dresses.
Dean Liazuk of Stanley, cousin of the groom, was best man. Jim Kramer of Withee, a friend of the couple, and Clarence Nichols of Gilman, the groom’s brother, were the groom’s attendants.
A dinner was held at Koolmo’s Ballroom in Gilman with about 200 guests attending and also a cafeteria style lunch was held in the late afternoon with about 120 guests. A free wedding dance was held in the evening.
Out of town guests were from Thorp, Withee, Stanley, Hannibal, Waukesha, Medford and Alabama.
After a two week honeymoon through Chicago, Michigan City, Ind., South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota the couple made their home on a farm near Gilman.
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