BioM: Szymanski, Jane Ruth (1967)
Surnames: Szymanski, Skille, Crubel, Machtan, Loeb, Steglick
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 02 Nov 1967
Szymanski, Jane Ruth (21 OCT 1967)
Orange and yellow gladioli and bronze chrysanthemums decorated the altar of the Holy Rosary Catholic Chruch in Owen when Miss Jane Ruth Szymanski of Marshfield became the bride of Mr. Peter W. Skille of Gilman. Officiating at the eleven o'clock nuptial mass was the Rev. H.L. Crubel on Saturday, October 21st, 1967. She was given in marriage by her father and the children's choir rendered the music.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix, Szymanski, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Skille of Gilman.
The bride approached the altar in a white wedding gown of imported rayon organza with a scalloped Chantilly lace redingote. The oval neckline was encircled with pearls. Her headpiece was a pearled rose which held the bouffant illusion veil. She carried acascade arrangement of belter-tines rsoes and spray of swansonia.
Serving as the maid of honor was Miss Josephine Szymanski of Marshfield, with Mesdames Ronald Machtan of Marshfield and James Loeb of Oak Park, Illinois, as bridesmaid. Their matching aqua empire sheath gowns were styled with imported chiffon and Venice lace. Their rose and leafed headpiece was outlined by pearls and they carried an arrangement of bronze chrysanthemums and dracaena leaves.
The groom's attendants were Donald Skille of Inglewood, California, as best man, and groomsmen were Ronald Machtan fo Marshfield and James Loeb of Oak Park, Illinois.
Serving as ushers were John Szymanski of Marshfield and Gary Steglick of Barron.
Following the wedding a dinner was served in the church dining room and a reception supper and dance were held that evening at the Koolmo's Ballroom at Gilman.
The bride is a graduate of the Owen-Withee Public school and is employed at the Weinbrenner Shoe Company in Marshfield. The groom is a graduate of the Gilman Schoo System and is employed at National Presto Industries at Eau Claire.
Following the honeymoon the newlyweds will make their home in Thorp.
Out of town guests and relatives came from Barron, Milwaukee, New York, Marshfield, Lublin, Chicago, Jim Falls and California.
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