BioM: Smith, Carol R. (1957)
Surnames: Smith, Pawlukiewicz, Stompner, Grajek, Peitzen, Hamm, Hutman
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/06/1957
Smith, Carol R. (1 JUN 1957)
Miss Carol Ruth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elden Wmith, Unity, and Frank L. Pawlukiewicz, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pawlukiewicz, Sr., of Owen (Clark Co., Wis., were united in marriage on Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock. The Rev. Eugene Knopka officiated at the ceremony at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church at Lublin.
Attendants for the bride were Mrs. Agnes Pawlukiewicz, Chicago, the groom’s sister-in-law, as maid of honor, Miss June Smith, sister of the bride, Miss Mary Jane Stompner, Janesville, Miss Sharon Smith, Unity, sister of the bride. Marion Pawlukiewicz was his brother’s best man, with Richard Grajek, Lublin, Eugene, Peitzen, Plymouth, Mich., and Arnold Hamm, Curtiss, cousin of the bride, as groomsmen.
The groom’s niece, Maria Pawlukiewicz, Chicago, served as flower girl, wearing a floor length dress of white net over taffeta with tiered ruffles ending in the fullness of the skirt. She carried a basket of white sweet peas. Paul Hutman, Withee, served as ring bearer.
All the bridesmaids wore light pink floor length formals with strapless bodices covered with lace boleros. The full skirts had tiered nylon net over taffeta. They carried pink roses and white carnations.
The bride wore a lovely floor length gown of embroidered nylon tulle over taffeta. The fitted bodice had a carbina neckline with long sleeves which tapered to the wrists in points. The very full bouffant ruffled skirt had an over net skirt. Her French imported silk illusion finger tip veil cascaded from a tiara with side clips trimmed with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. She carried a spray of pink roses.
Supper was served to guests in the Legion Hall at Owen.
Following the honeymoon in northern Wisconsin and Canada, they will reside on the groom’s farm in Owen.
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