BioM: Premeau, Barbara Ann (1971)


Surnames: Premeau, Pawlak, Stroinski, Shewczyk, Gwaizda, Misiewicz

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 27 May 1971

Premeau, Barbara Ann (15 MAY 1971)

St. Mary's P.N. Catholic Church of Lublin (Taylor Co.), Wisconsin, was decorated with floral bouquets for the marriage of Miss Barbara Ann Premeau of Lublin and Raymond Lew Pawlak of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), on May 15, 1971 at 7:30 by a candlelight double ring ceremony performed by Reverend Roman Misiewicz, and this is his first performance in America, as he recently arrived from Poland.

Miss Judy Stroinski, Thorp, was the organist, with solos. The bride's parents are Mrs. Maria Premeau and the late Clarence Premeau of Appleton, Wisconsin. The groom's parents are Mrs. Maria Pawlak and the late Adam Pawlak of Thorp.

The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Mr. John Shewczyk of Lublin. The bride's dress was a street length white A-line gown with pearls and sequin bodice, lace trim. Her shoulder length veil, which fell from a crown of pearls and lily of the valley. She carried red roses with white carnations, with red streamers and a heart shaped bouquet.

The maid of honor, friend of the bride, was Miss Irene Gwaizda of Thorp. Her dress of light lavender street length, empire waist. Her bouquet was white mums with yellow pompoms and yellow streamers.

Best man was the groom's brother, Jerry Pawlak of Stanley.

After the ceremony a dance was held at Club 73 Hall in Thorp with music by the Derbytown Boys.

After the opening of their wedding gifts, a delicious lunch was served.

The beautiful three tier wedding cake was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gwaizda and family, friends of the couple.

The bride graduated from Gilman High School, class of 1969. Also she graduated from the Accredited School of Beauty Culture at Green Bay, Wisconsin, and is employed at Greenwood Beauty Shop. The groom is employed at Stanley Corporation in Stanley.

They spent the weekend trip in northern Wisconsin.

The couple will live in Stanley.

Guests attended from Appleton, Medford, Ogema, Lublin, Thorp, Stanley, Nekoosa, Wisconsin, and Chicago, Illinois.



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