BioM: Papierniak, Jerilyn J. (1967)
Surnames: Papierniak, Ostby, Jankowski, Roth, Wolowick, Ayotte, Lewandowski, Stuesser, Hinzman
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 05 Oct 1967
Papierniak, Jerilyn J. (16 SEP 1967)
The Rev. E. Masalewicz performed the 11:00 o'clock ceremony uniting in marriage Jerilyn Joan Papierniak and Stephen Louis Ostby on Saturday, Sept. 16, 1967 at St. Hedwig's Chapel in Thorp, Wis.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Papierniak, Thorp (Clark Co.), Wis., wore a gown fashioned with a Sabrina neckline with long lace sleeves, an Alencon lace bodice trimmed with pearls, and a peau de soie A-line skirt with crescent waistline, with a full attached chapel train edged with lavish Alencon lace. The headpiece consisted of a French Chantilly lace mantilla with pearl trim.
She carried an English bridal cascade of white sweetheart roses and green ivy.
Mrs. Chas. Jankowski of St. Paul was her sister's matron of honor, with Mrs. Don Roth, Minneapolis, friend of the bride, and Miss Sharon Wolowick, Withee, cousin of the bride, as bridesmaids. They wore dresses of deep persimmon heavy linen, with shoes and headpieces to match.
Their bouquets consisted of a large yellow mum surrounded by green velvet ribbon and sprays of wheat.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ostby of Hudson, was attended by John Ayotte, best man, Minneapolis, friend of the groom, and Don Roth, Minneapolis, also a friends of the groom. Jon and Jeff Papierniak, brother of the bride, were ushers. Brian Papierniak and Tom Lewandowski assisted at the altar.
Miss Sue Wolowick, cousin of the bride, sang "Ave Maria" as the bride place a bouquet at the Blessed Virgin's Altar. She then sang "More" as the recessional. Judy Stuesser accompanied her.
Barb Stuesser, friend, and Mrs. Ten Hinzman, sister of the groom, cut cake.
Following the ceremony, a dinner and reception were held at St. Hedwig's Hall.
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