BioM: Paszek, Irene (1969)
Surnames: Paszek, Melbinger, Kraft, Skare, Legner, Blanchfield, Tally, Malmo, Robinson, Jensen, Kraft, Fliss, Engebretson
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Nov 1969
Paszek, Irene (6 SEP 1969)
St. Mark's Catholic Church, Rothschild, was the site for the wedding Saturday, September 6, 1969 for Miss Irene Paszek and Dr. Jerome D. Melbinger.
The Rev. Richard L. Fliss officiated at the 1 p.m. rite, for which Mrs. Glen A. Engebretson provided the music.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Paszek, 114 Edgar Ave., Rotshschild, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Orland L. Melbinger, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.). Mr. Paszek gave his daughter in marriage.
Mrs. Ronald Kraft, Kenosha, was matron of honor, while the bridesmaids were Mrs. Thomas Skare of Wausau, Miss Darlene Legner, Schofield, and Miss Mary Blanchfield, Schofield. Flower girl was Lynn Marie Paszek, Wausau.
Lonnie Melbinger attended as best man. Groomsmen were Dr. T.W. Tally, Ypsilanti, Michigan, James Malmo, New York, N.Y., and William Robinson, Woodbridge, Va. Ushering were Edwin Jensen, Wausau and Ronald Kraft, Kenosha.
The bride chose an empire A-line gown of linen with Venice lace and chapel train.
A garland of organza flowers and Venice lace petals held her four-tiered bouffant veil. She carried a cascade arrangement of large white chrysanthemums and pompons.
The bridal attendants donned candy pink karate and Venice lace A-line gowns with matching garlands of flowers to hold their shourt bouffant veils. Each had a cascade arrangement of white and candy pink pompons with feathered carnations.
A reception, dinner and dance were held at the Labor Temple at Wausau.
After a wedding trip to Hawaii, they will live at 1829 El Segundo, Schofield.
The bride is a graduate of D.C. Everest High School, Schofield, and graduate from Coleman Technical Institute, La Crosse, as a dental assistant.
The bridegroom graduated in 1960 from Owen-Withee High School, Owen, and attended Wisconsin state University, Eau Claire before transferring to Marquette University, Milwaukee, to receive his dentistry degree in 1966.
He served for two years in active duty in Alaska with the U.S. Army, and now is practicing dentistry in Wausau.
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