BioM: Lamovec, Mary Jean (1970)
Surnames: Lamovec, Hadzima, Klapatauskas, Hoffman, Wahlers, Klovas, Kowleski, Toburen, Mertens
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 01 Oct 1970
Lamovec, Mary Jean (26 SEP 1970)
Miss Mary Jean Lamovec, Willard (Clark Co.), Wisconsin,, and Lawrence Francis Hadzima, 1909 1/2 Crescent Avenue, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, exchanged marriage vows September 25, 1970 at a 1:30 pm. Service. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Michael Mertens at Holy Family Church, Willard.
Mrs. Ann Lamovec played the organ and the church junior choir sang.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamovec, Willard, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadzima, 2307 N. Sawyer, Chicago, Illinois.
The bride was given in marriage by her father and was seen in a floor length gown of organza and Chantilly lace, with long sleeves and detachable chapel train. She carried a cascade of white spider and starburst mums.
Miss Diane Klapatauskas, Willard, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Karen Hadzima, Chicago, Illinois, Miss Janet Hoffman, Greenwood Wisconsin, and Miss Jaycee Wahlers, Madison, Wisconsin.
They wore floor length formals of beige silk organza and aqua angelskin with peau, high necklines, long lady bishop sleeves completed with a bow trim. Each carried a large bronze mum, with foliage and star flowers.
Best man was James Klovas, Thorp, Wisconsin, and Jerry Hadzima, Chicago, Illinois, Paul Kowleski Jr, Thorp, Wisconsin, and Bill Toburen , Greenwood, Wisconsin, were groomsmen.
Jerry Lamovec and Jerry Klovas served as ushers.
A reception was held at the church hall following the ceremony.
The bride is employed at the Clark County Department of Social Services, Neillsville, Wisconsin, and the groom is employed as a Culvert Fabricator at Black River Culvert Company.
They will take a wedding trip to the western states.
The couple will make their home at 1909 1/2 Crescent Avenue, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
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