BioM: Wadzinski, Jennifer A. (1971)
Surnames: Wadzinski, Milas, Brockman, Horne, Wolfe, Tetzner, Keating, Miles, Fester, Sandel, Kosik
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08 Jul 1971
Wadzinski, Jennifer A. (12 JUN 1971)
Miss Jennifer A. Wadzinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wadzinski, became the bride of Timothy J. Milas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Milas, Lublin, on Saturday, June 12, 1971. Reverend Francis J. Brockman performed the 1:30 ceremony at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Thorp. Earlene Horne was organist for the soloist, Mrs. Rodney Wolfe.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length white dress of organza over bridal satin, with Chantilly lace on front, along skirt border and on full long sleeves. Her skirt extended to a three foot train, and a pearled cap headpiece held her shoulder length veil. She carried a cascade of red roses, large white daisies, and baby's breath, with greens.
Miss. Jeanne M. Tetzner was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Susan Keating, Miss Margaret Milas and Miss Rose Ann Wadzinski. They each wore blue, pink, yellow or green dresses of simple design, styled with sashed waist, with long full sleeves. Each wore headpieces of ribbon and live daisies, and carried pastel daisies in baskets.
Miss Peggy Milas was miniature bride and Francis Wadzinski Jr. was ring bearer.
Philip Fester (?) of River Falls was best man, and groomsmen were Thomas Wadzinski and Kelly Sandel. Ushers were Daniel Wadzinski and Jim and Donald Kosik.
The bride attended Eau Claire City College of Cosmetology, graduating in June 1971. The groom attend and graduated from eau Claire Technical College in June 1971, and is employed at the Austin White House in Eau Claire.
After a wedding trip to Tomahawk, Wisconsin, the new couple will make their home at 407 1/2 Whipple Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
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