Bio: Sniegowski, Cindee (Engagement – Jul 1973)


Surnames: Sniegowski, Harvey

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 19 Jul 1973

The marriage of Cindee Sniegowski to Dr. R. Tim Harvey will take place October 27, 1973. Proudly announcing the engagement are their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Sniegowski, Thorp, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey, Neillsville.


BioM: Sniegowski, Cindee (1973)


Surnames: Sniegowski, Harvey, Jaskot, Jasinek, Ogurek, Paff, Schilling, Ihlenfeldt, Kienzle, Grelle, Johnson, Urban, Raflik, Foster, Shade, Gilbertson, Entzminger

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Nov 1973

Sniegowski, Cindee (27 Oct 1973)

Cindee Sniegowski became Mrs. R. Tim Harvey in a 1:30 ceremony at St. Hedwig’s Catholic Church, Thorp, on October 27, 1973. She was given in marriage by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Florian Sniegowski.

The bride wore a princess style ivory gown of layers of polycon accentuated at the V-neckline and writs with Cluny lace. The cathedral length veil edged with ivory Cluny lace flowed freely from a cloche styed headpiece. To appropriately complete the ensemble, she carried a cascade of 3 large snow glamelias on leather-leaf fern.

Janice Jaskot, maid of honor, wore an A-line taffeta gown of bod green and purple plaid with a purple velvet bolero jacket outlined along the bodice and cuffs with the same plaid. Elaine Jasinek, Milwaukee, Tricia Ogurek, Eau Claire, and Martha Paff, Minneapolis, all friend of the bride, wore similar gowns with the exception of the jacket, which were green velvet. They all carried arrangements of a single purple glamelia on a handled stem entwined by velvet covered leaves. The flower girl, Kim Schilling, Downers Grove, Illinois, miniature bride, wore a miniature gown similar to that of the maid of honor, with the same lower arrangement.

Dick Ihlenfeldt, friend of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Greg Kienzle, Webster City, Iowa, brother-in-law of the groom, Jeff Sniegowski, Thorp, and Jerry Sniegowski, Rochester, Minnesota, both brothers of the bride. Ring bearer was Kurt Kienzle, the groom’s nephew, and assistant to Fr. Will Grelle was Gary Sniegowski. Ushers were Bob Johnson and Dick Urban of Neillsville and friends of the couple.

Announcing the start of the ceremony was the instrumental of Whiter Shade of Pale. Other selections throughout the service were Amazing Grace and Let It Be, sung by Brad Gilbertson and accompanied by George Entzminger, friends of the couple.

The reception was held at St. Hedwig’s Quonset Hall, followed by a traditional Polish style dinner and competed with spirits and dancing to the music of Dan Raflik and his Polka Pals of Stevens Point.

After their Canadian honeymoon, the couple will live in Neillsville, where the groom will resume practice in optometry with Dr. John W. Foster.



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