BioM: Stark, Janet H. #2 (1967)


Surnames: Stark, Rogalski, Rabska, Heideman, Budzinski, Sachs, Sluzewski

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Jun 1967

Stark, Janet H. (27 MAY 1967)

The Rev. L. Urman officiated at a nuptial ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 27, 1967, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Withee, when marriage vows were pronounced by Miss Janet Helen Stark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stark, route 2, Greenwood, and Donald Clarence Rogalski, son of Mrs. Evelyn Rogalski, route 1, Withee, and the late John Rogalski. Mr. Stark gave his daughter in marriage.

Mrs. Herman Rabska played for the wedding with Miss Sharon Heideman singing, both are from Withee.

The bride's full length entrained gown was styled of ivory peau and Alencon lace. Petals of peau and lace held her ivory silk illusion veil, and she held a bouquet of white stephanotis, lily of the valley, carnations, with a white orchid with a gold throat centering her bouquet.

Miss Betty Budzinski, Thorp, the maid of honor, was seen in an empire sheath of mint green chiffon and Venice lace, and a matching headpiece. Her colonial bouquet consisted of lilies of the valley, yellow and white carnations and roses.

Fred Rogalski, Thorp was best man, and ushering were Warren Sachs, Greenwood and bob Sluzewski of Owen.

The reception and supper were served at the Thorp Finance dining room and the dance took place at the American Legion Hall in Thorp.

Mrs. Rogalski, a graduate of Greenwood High School, Greenwood, works for Thorp Finance Corp. at Thorp. Her husband, who attended Thorp High School, works for Foremost Blue Moon Inc. of Thorp.

When the Rogalski's return from a honeymoon in the southern states, they will reside on route 1, Thorp, Wis.



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