BioM: Wittek, Susan M. (1975)
Surnames: Wittek, Rudnick, Paul, Zawacki, Engel, Kuchinik, Halida, Mnichowicz, Setzler, Schmidt
---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Aug 1975
Wittek, Susan M. (26 JUL 1975)
Miss Susan M. Wittek became the bride of Mr. Donald Rudnick in a 2:00 ceremony, Saturday, July 26, 1975 at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, Lublin (Taylor Co., Wis.).
Rev. Casmir Paul heard the exchange of vows between the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wittek, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.) and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rudnick, Thorp (Clark Co.).
The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a long white satin dress trimmed with Venice lace and pearls. The A-line styled gown was designed by her mother. Completing her ensemble was a lace and satin train and a fingertip veil. She carried yellow roses, white daisy mums and baby's breath.
Floor length dresses of pink, blue green, and yellow were worn by her attendants, Miss Virginia Zawacki, maid of honor, Donna Engle, both of Withee, Peggy Rudnick and Carol Kuchinik (??), both of Thorp. They wore large brimmed hats to match their dresses and carried baskets of carnations, daisy mums, and baby's breath. Miss Janay Wittek served as flower girl. She wore a long pink and white lace dress and carried a basket of miniature carnations of pink and white.
Rodney Rudnick, Thorp, served as best man. Tom Wittek, Colfax, Stan Halida and Jim Mnichowicz, both of Lublin, served as attendants. Lawrence Rudnick Jr. served as ring bearer.
Guests were seated by Dave Wittek and Rick Setzler.
Soloist was Mrs. Joanne Wittek, accompanied by Mrs. Donna Schmidt.
The 4:00 p.m. wedding reception , dinner and evening dance for 500 guests followed at the Quonset Hall, Thorp.
The couple honeymooned in Oklahoma and the wester states.
They will reside in rural Thorp.
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