BioM: Anderson, Carol Ann (1964)
Contact: Pat Braun
Surnames: Anderson, Marek
----Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/5/1964
----Anderson, Carol Ann (17 OCT 1964)
MR. AND MRS. ROMAN MAREK
Miss Carol Ann Anderson and Roman Marek were married Saturday October 17, at St. Hedwing’s Chapel at Thorp. The Rev. Roy Mish performed the 10:00 o’clock ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Grant Anderson of Withee and mr. and Mrs. Leon Marek of Thorp.
The bride entered the church in a floor length gown of organza over quarter length sleeves accented the taffeta. A scooped neckline and a fitted bodice which was fashioned with imported Venise lace. The skirt was fashioned with soft unpressed pleats. A fingertip veil was fastened to the crown with pearls, and she carried a bouquet of red roses and ivy.
Miss Bonnie Anderson, sister of the bride from Minneapolis, attended the bride as maid of honor. Mrs. Frank Snigowski of Thorp was bridesmaid.
One bridesmaid gown was kelly green and the other royal blue. They wore street length dresses of satin brocade fashioned with scooped necklines and elbow length sleeves on a fitted bodice. The dome skirts were highlighted at the back by twin roses at the waistline. A rose of velvet centered in pearl peaks held their blush veils and they carried bouquets of rust, yellow and white mums.
Attending the groom as best man was Sylvester Marek of Chicago, a brother of the groom. Frank Snigowski was best man.
The ushers were Tony Marek of Thorp and Dennis Marek of Chicago.
The wedding reception and the wedding dance were both held at St. Hedwig’s parish hall.
The bride is a graduate of the Owen-Withee High School in the class of ‘61, while the groom graduated in the 1957 class of the Thorp High School. He is engaged as a plumber in Thorp.
The newly weds will make their future home in Thorp.
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