BioM: Snyder, Sandra Kay (1969)
Surnames: Dobrzynski, Snyder, Peters, Qualheim, Nefzger, Smith, Schneider, Smoczyk, Affeldt, Mondykowski, Stasila, Luzinski, Peterson
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08 May 1969
Snyder, Sandra Kay (12 APR 1969)
Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Stanley, was the scene for the marriage at two p.m. Saturday, April 12th, 1969 for Sandra Kay Snyder and James Robert Dobrzynski. Rev. Carl W. Peters performed the ceremony. Mrs. Orville Peterson sang "The Song of Ruth: and Mr. Wayne Qualheim sang "The Wedding Prayer," with Mrs. Daniel Nefzger as organist.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Claire Snyder, Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dobrzynski, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).
Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a colonial styled floor length gown with satin panels bordered with Chantilly lace, featuring lace bodice and sweetheart sleeves, complemented by a jeweled neckline. Her cathedral length veil was of white bridal illusion with Chantilly lace bordering and she carried white sweetheart roses.
Mrs. Linda Smith was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Jenni Schneider, Judy Smoczyk, Ann Affeldt and Kathy Mondykowski. They all wore floor length A-line pink slipper satin gowns. Each wore headpiece of pink and white arrayed daisies and carried colonial bouquets of white and pink daisies and carnations.
Dick Dobrzynski was best man, with Bill Stasila, Louis Luzinski, Steven Snyder and Barry Snyder as groomsmen. Ushers were Dick Dobrzynski and Dick Schneider.
Janice Schneider was flower girl, wearing a white floor length A-line lace on satin gown. Mike Dobrzynski was ring bearer.
After a wedding trip to Lake Tainter, Menomonie, they will make their home in Menomonie.
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