BioM: Rosemeyer, Mary (1968)


Surnames: Rosemeyer, Chaplinski, Wolfgram, Hutter, Thompson, Podolak, Boardman, Penk, Cukla

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Jun 1968

Rosemeyer, Mary (8 JUN 1968)

Miss Mary Rosemeyer became the bride of Edward Chaplinski, Saturday noon, June 8th, 1968, in St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Thorp. Rev. Father Peter of Gilman and Rev. Father Brockman of Thorp performed the ceremony.

Members of the St. Bernard's Children's Choir sang, with Sister Arlene as organist. The bride sang her own solo, "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother," as she presented the Blessed Mother bouquet.

Parents of the couple and Mr. and Mrs. Justin Rosemeyer, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chaplinski, Gilman.

The bride, presented in marriage by her father, wore a floor length wedding gown of white dotted Swiss organdy designed with Bishop sleeves that accented the Empire bodice highlighted by a big ruffle. A chapel train and a bouffant veil billowed from a Dior bow. Her flowers were white daisies and butterfly roses with baby's breath.

Attending the bride were Miss Connie Rosemeyer, Milwaukee, the maid of honor, and Miss Christine Rosemeyer of Thorp, Mrs. Esther Rosemeyer of Janesville, Miss Beverly Wolfgram of Horicon, Miss Karla Hutter, Thorp, and Miss Ginger Chaplinski, Gilman, as bridesmaids.

They were in formal attire and carried arrangements of daisies the shade of their dresses, along with white carnations.

Michael Chaplinski, Gilman, was asked to serve as best man. Groomsmen were Richard Rosemeyer, John Chaplinski, Gerald Thompson, Butch Podolak and Terry Boardman. Ushers were Gerald Penk and Jim Cukla.

The wedding reception followed the ceremony and was held at the Quonset Hall. In the evening a dance was held at the American Legion Hall.

The bride was a student at Wis. State University, Eau Claire, and her husband, who is engaged in farming, attended Gilman High School.

After a wedding trip to the Northeastern States, they will live in Gilman.



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