BioM: Burzinski, Shari Ann (1963)
Surnames: Burzinski, Jacque, Boardman, Olson, Schmidt, Krupa, Reetz, Paff
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/18/1963
Burzinski, Shari Ann (22 JUN 1963)
On Saturday, June 22nd, 1963 Miss Shari Ann Burzinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Burzinski, became the bride of William H. Jacque, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jacque, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Thorp. Rev. R.W. Olson performed the two o’clock ceremony. Mrs. Wm. Boardman was organist and Mrs. John Paff sang.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an exquisite ballerina length bridal gown of Chantilly type lace over bridal bouquet taffeta. A scalloped Sabrina neckline embellished with sequins and pearls, with long traditional taped sleeves, accented the fitted basque. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with a large cabbage rose at the waist and a scalloped hemline.
She wore a pearl crown with sparkling crystals which secured her bouffant veiling and wore pearl jewelry which matched her gown and crown. She carried a beautiful bouquet of red roses.
Mrs. Allen Schmidt, a friend of the couple, was matron of honor, wearing a full street length blue nylon dress with a deep hem styled with a tight fitted lace jacket with three-quarter length sleeves which buttoned down the back.
Her headpiece was a braid crown with mock pearls and bead trim with nylon veiling and she wore pearl earrings which matched her headpiece. She carried a beautiful bouquet of blue and white carnations.
Mr. All Schmidt, a friend of the couple, was best man, and ushers were Embert Reetz and Brian Krupa.
A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors.
The bride’s mother and the groom’s mother wore white sheath dresses with jacket and blue accessories. They both wore a corsage of red tea roses.
The new couple will make their home at 203 N. Lincoln St. in Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), where the groom is a dairy worker at Foremost Dairies.
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