BioM: Wojtowicz, Estelle (1955)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Wojtowicz, Bohnoff, Lockman,
Jaremkiewycz, Evans, Klepek, Jelinek, Meyer, Forester, Trappa,
Metringa, Krafchak, Brey
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) August 28, 1955
Wojtowicz, Estelle (Marriage - 20 August
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Alma Center was the scene
Satruday, August 20, of the marriage of Estelle Wojtowicz of
Neillsville R 2 to Wilson Bohnoff, also of Neillsville. He is
the son of Mrs. Frank Lockman of R 2 Neillsville. The double
ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Walter
bride word a dress of white Chantilly lace and white net. The
ensemble was complete with a headpiece of nylon white net, trimmed
with white tea roses. A colonial bouquet of gardenias made up
her bridal bouquet.
was attended by her sister, Lillian Jaremkiewycz, as maid of
honor. Another sister, Mrs. Helen Evans, and two
sisters-in-law, Ann Rita Klepek and Angeline Klepek, both of
Chicago, were her bridesmaids. The bride was also attended by her
daughter, Jerry Ann Wojtowicz, Lee Ann Klepek and Sonja Evans as
groom was attended by Joseph Jaremkiewycz of Chicago as best
man. Attending to the ushering duties were John and Anthony
Klepek and Otto Jelinek.
After August 28, they will be at home on R 2,
Neillsville, following a wedding trip to the
bride is a graduate from the Chicago school system, is very active
in the Women of the Moose and is a member of the International
Bowling League of Neillsville. The groom farms on R 2,
of town relatives attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold
T. Meyer, Chicago; Mrs. Leona Forester and sons, San Diego, Cal.;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trappa, Mr. and Mrs. John Metringa, Bessemer,
Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krafchak, Junction City; Mr. and Mrs.
John Klepek, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jaremkiewycz, all of Chicago; Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Klepek, Berkeley, Ill.
A dance was given Saturday evening at the Silver Dome.
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