BioM: Hodorowski, Kathleen A. (1967)


Surnames: Hodorowski, Williams, Orzechowski, Trunkel, Jensen, Musial, Kobylinski, Barth, Wessel, Meyer

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Aug 1967

Hodorowski, Kathleen A. (12 AUG 1967)

Saturday, Aug. 12, 1967, at 10:00 a.m., St. Hedwig's Catholic Church, Thorp, Wis., was the setting of a double ring nuptial ceremony performed by Father Matzek, uniting Kathleen Ann Hodorowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodorowski, route 1, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), and Rollin Frank Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams, route 2, Thorp.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length gown of silk organza and Alencon lace and tiny beaded pearls, scoop neckline and elbow length sleeves trimmed with Alencon lace, and featuring an empire waist and easy sheath skirt with two bands of Alencon lace. A detachable shoulder train which was bustled for the reception. Her forward dainty headpiece made of organza loops highlighted with aurora crystals and pearls and attached to a triple tiered veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of roses and wore a gold cross necklace.

Miss Patricia Orzechowski, cousin of the bride, of Chicago, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bonnie Hodorowski, Thorp, sister of the bride, Miss Karen Musial, Milwaukee, cousin of the bride, Miss Judy Jensen and Miss Judy Trunkel of Milwaukee, both friends of the couple. They all wore floor length aqua gowns of Georgette over taffeta, featuring an empire waist with a band of embroidered lace trim, easy sheath skirts with a graceful shirred panel in the back flowing from the shoulders. Their aqua tierras were an open rose made of imported Swiss hair braid and highlighted with aurora crystals and pearls attached to a four tiered bouffant veil. The carried bouquets of aqua tipped white carnations and wore culture pearl drop necklaces, a gift of the bride.

Best man was Stanley Kobylinski, friend of the couple. Other attendants were Richard Williams, brother of the bride, Thorp, Edwin Barth, Thorp, a friend, Harry Hodorowski Jr., Milwaukee, brother of the bride, and Al Wessel, Milwaukee, a friend. The groom and his attendants were attired in white tuxedo jackets and black trousers. The groom wore a red rose boutonniere, and the attendants wore aqua tipped white carnations. Ushers were Donald Hodorowski, Thorp, cousin of the bride, and Larry Meyer, Loyal, cousin of the groom.

A dinner was held for relatives at 12:00 noon, and a five-thirty supper and reception, followed by a dance in the evening held at St. Hedwig's Quonset Hall, Thorp, was attended by relatives and friends.

The bride's mother attended the wedding in a light beige lace dress with aqua accessories, and the groom's mother wore navy with white accessories. Both wore red rose corsages.

The young couple spent their honeymoon in northern Wisconsin, Michigan and Canada, and are now at home in Milwaukee, where both are employed.

Guests attend the wedding were from San Diego, Calif., Fort Campbell, Ky., Chicago, Ill., Galena, Ill., Minneapolis, Minn., Waterford, Beloit, Muskego, Milwaukee, Neillsville, Greenwood, Owen, Withee, Lublin, Chippewa Falls, Cadott, Cornell, Colby, Loyal and Thorp.



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