BioM: Hendrich, Cora M. (1965)


Surnames: Hendrich, Kosik, Elza, Damon, Bell, Simpson, Schmidt, Hemiclok

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/17/1965

Hendrich, Cora M. (5 JUN 1965)

The altar of St. Michaels Church, Bradford, Ind. Was beautifully decorated with bouquets of white gladiolas, ferns and candelabra for the June 5th, 1965 wedding of Miss Cora May Hendrich and Edward J. Kosik. Rev. David J. Senefeld performed the eleven a.m. double ring ceremony. The traditional wedding march was played by organist, Mrs. Roy C. Kruer. Miss Phyllis Wolf sang "On This Day, O Lord, I Am Not Worthy" and "Mother, at Your Feet I am Kneeling."

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hendrich, Palmyra, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kosik, Thorp (Clark Co.), Wis.

The bride chose a dress of white organza over satin cut in the traditional silhouette with scoop neckline, long slleves ending in bridal points over her hands, and chapel length train. Appliques of re-embroidered Alencon lace were on the front of the dress.

Her veil was graced with white organza rosettes and wax stem flowers with Chantilly points on the forehead, with shoulder length bouffant veil of illusion attached. Her bouquets was of white gardenias and stephanotis and a necklace, a gift of the bridegroom, completed her ensemble.

Miss Arlene Kosik, sister of the groom, of Washington, D.C., was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Patricia Elza, Louisville, Ky., and June Damon, New Salisbury, Ind. They wore floor length dresses with royal blue sheer chiffon bodice, long sheer sleeves, slim skirts of white crepe waist trimmed in royal blue satin belt with bow in back. They wore headpieces of royal blue net and large matching flower.

Emma Fay Bell of Pekin, Ind. Was flower girl, wearing a long white crepe dress with royal blue satin sash and bow in back, and white flower in her hair. All the bride's attendants carried shower bouquets of multi-colored astors.

John Bradley Simpson, Palmyra, Ind., cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. He wore white coat, black trousers, bow tie and carried the traditional satin pillow.

Gordon Schmidt of Thorp was best man, and ushers were Robert Hemiclok, Minneapolis and Lewis Simpson Jr. of Palmyra, Ind., cousin of the bride. They wore tuxedo suits of light blue coats, white shirts, black trousers and bow ties.

The reception was held at the Palmyra Conservation Hall immediately following the wedding. The hall was beautifully decorated in blue and white ribbons and white wedding bells with vases of roses on the tables and a 3-tier wedding cake centering the bridal table.

The bride's mother wore an azure blue chiffon over satin beaded bodice dress with white accessories and pink rose bud corsage. The groom's mother wore a blue flowered jacket dress of Dacron and acetate, with a pleated neckline and white accessories. Her corsage was also pink rose buds.

The bride is a graduate of Pekin High School and the groom of Thorp High School. After a wedding trip through the Midwestern states, they will be at home in Thorp.

Out of town guests were: Mrs. Stanley Kosik, mother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garbowski, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kosik, Gordon Schmidt of Thorp, Mr. Robert Hemiclok of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kosik of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stalbaum and Darlene of Wheatfield, Ind., Miss Arlene Kosik, Washington, D.C., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dudley, Albany, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mankowski, Pittsburgh, Pa., Miss Patricia Elza, Louisville, Ky., Mary Ellen Patterson, Rev. Denninger, Geo. Brakmeier, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brakmeier, Jr., George Brakmeier and Shirley of Louisville, Ky.



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