BioM: Berzinski, Sharon K. (1967)


Surnames: Wagner, Berzinski, Mattheison, Bielecki, Janisewski, Bielecki, Johnson, Peterson, Nafzer

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Jul 1967

Berzinski, Sharon K. (24 JUN 1967)

Two route 3, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.) families were joined by the marriage of Miss Sharon Kaye Berzinski, Stanley, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berzinski, and Roger Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner, Saturday, June 24, 1967.

The 2 p.m. wedding took place in Epiphany Lutheran Church at Stanley with the Rev. R.W. Olson officiating, and Mr. Berzinski giving his daughter in Marriage. Mrs. Orville Peterson was soloist and Mrs. Dan Nafzer, organist.

Miss Berzinski was seen in a floor length Chantilly lace entrained gown and a bouffant veil secured to a cloche of pearls. She carried red and white carnations.

Mrs. George Bielecki, Stanley, served as matron of honor, with Mrs. Lauvaune Mattheison, Stanley, as bridesmatron.

They had floor length dresses of blue lace and matching veils held to pearl coches. Each had blue and white carnations.

Cynthia Bielecki and Ronald Janisewski were flower girl and ring bearer. George Bielecki was best man and Lauvaune Mattheison groomsman. David Johnson and tony Bielecki ushered.

A wedding supper and reception were at the Thorp Legion Hall.

The bride attended Thorp High School and the groom, Stanley High School. She has been employed in Chippewa Falls by Fabri-Tek, Inc., and he is a factory employee at Frederick Post Co. They will make their home in Stanley.



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