BioM: Terry, Ellen (1961)
Surnames: Terry, Przybylski, Harycki, Nendza
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/13/1961
Terry, Ellen (1 JUL 1961)
Miss Ellen Terry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Terry, Northfield, Minn., became the bride of Edwin Przybylski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Przybylski, Kenosha, Wis., at St. Joseph Catholic Church Menomonie, Rev. Charles Blecha performing the eleven a.m. double ring ceremony on Saturday, July 1, 1961.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown designed and made by herself of nylon organza over taffeta featuring short sleeves, rounded neckline, and chapel sweep train. Pleated bands of fabric decorated the bustle backed skirt and were trimmed with pearl embroidered lace appliques. Her veil was hemmed with pearls and held in place by a flat pearl trimmed bow. She carried a white orchid atop a white prayer book.
Miss Judith Terry, maid of honor, and Miss Lillian Przybylski, bridesmaid, wore lavender dresses of nylon organdy over taffeta styled with puffed sleeves, bateau necklines and full skirt. Their headpieces were face veils held in place by a bow, and each carried a bouquet of pink carnations.
Frank Harycki and Raymond Nendza were the groom’s attendants and ushers were Edward Terry and Alois Przybylski.
A dinner at 1:00 p.m. and a reception at 2:30 p.m. were held at St. Joseph’s Hall. Mrs. Bernard Wilerson and Mrs. Barney Nawracki served cake, Miss Carol Terry and Miss Stella Przybylski poured punch, Miss Jean Jack and Miss Margaret Jack poured coffee and Mrs. George Terry handled the guest book.
The bride attended Northfield High School and Stout State College, Menomonie, and is a home economics teacher at Zion, Ill. The groom attended Thorp High School and Stout State Teachers College, Menomonie, and is an engineer at American Motors, Kenosha.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Minnesota the couple will make their home at 6026 32nd Ave., Kenosha, Wis.
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