BioM: Tomlinson, Patricia Ann (1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Tomlinson, Warzynski, Prebil, Goebel, Brown, Ehlers, Miller
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/29/1966
Tomlinson, Patricia Ann (Marriage - 24 September 1966)
Miss Patricia Ann Tomlinson of Milwaukee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tomlinson of Greenwood, and Fred S. Warzynski, son of Mrs. Mary Warzynski of Milwaukee, exchanged wedding vows Saturday in a nuptial mass in St. Barbara’s Church in Milwaukee.
Nuptial music was furnished by the church choir. Church decorations were bouquets of fall shades of giant chrysanthemums, cattails and fall leaves.
Mr. Tomlinson gave his daughter in marriage. For her wedding the bride chose a floor length, A-line gown of white satin and Alencon lace with pearls. The princess gown was styled with a satin bodice, scoop neckline and kabuki sleeves edged win lace studded with pearls. The skirt was enhanced with a double row of Alencon lace and pearls at the hemline. Her court train extended from the shoulderline. Her headpiece was a shoulder length beaded lace mantilla. She carried three white orchids with white stephanotis entwined with ivy.
Her maid of honor was Miss Kathleen Prebil of Milwaukee. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Nancy Goebel of Milwaukee and Mrs. Virginia Brown of River Falls. Junior Bridesmaid was Miss Sandra Ehlers of Milwaukee. The attendants were seen in fuchsia floor length dresses styled with A-line skirts, topped by empire waists, which featured bell shaped sleeved jackets. Each wore a colored headpiece made of matching material flower that held their circular veils. All carried bouquets of white gladioli.
Douglas Goebel was bestman. Groomsmen were Ronald Miller and Dennis Brown. Junior groomsman was Michael Tomlinson, the bride’s brother, of Greenwood. Ushers were Ronald Tomlinson and Thomas Ehlers.
The bride has been employed as a receptionist in Milwaukee. Mr. Warzynski is a president of a pastries company in Milwaukee, where they will reside.
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