Bio: Luzinski, Jane (Engagement 1973)


Surnames: Luzinski, Kodl

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

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Luzinski, Lublin, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Frank Kodl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kodl of Thorp.

Miss Luzinski is a 1973 graduate of Gilman High School and is employed at ITT Thorp Corporation. Her fiancé is presently employed at Mattes Livestock of Thorp, and farming.

Their wedding plans are indefinite.


BioM: Luzinski, Jane Adeline (1974)


Surnames: Luzinski, Kodl, Falkowski, Symbal, Person, Novobielski, Ogorzalek, Pogodzinski, Meyer

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 12 Sep 1974

Luzinski, Jane Adeline (17 Aug 1974)

On Saturday, August 17, 1974, at one o’clock, Jane Adeline Luzinski and Frank Joseph Kodl spoke their wedding vows in a ceremony performed by Rev. Thomas Falkowski at St. Mary’s Polish National Catholic Church in Lublin. Jane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Luzinski, route 1, Lublin. Frank is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kodl, route 2, Thorp.

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. She chose an A-line satin gown with bouffant skirt covered with sheer organza with ruffles edging the skirt. The bodice was of Chantilly lace with long lace sleeves. Her fingertip veil was caught to a pearl headpiece and she carried a bouquet of red roses, white carnations, and baby’s breath, with streamers of red roses and sprays of green ivy. She was met at the altar by Frank, who wore a white brocade tuxedo with black trim, with a red rose boutonniere with baby’s breath.

The guests were seated by Bob Kodl, brother of the groom, and Jim Luzinski, brother of the bride. Lillian Symbal, friend, and Virginia Kodl, sister-in-law of the groom, pinned flowers on guests.

Miss Judy Person, a friend of the bride of Thorp, was maid of honor, and her escort was Bob Novobielski, friend of the groom of Thorp, was best man. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Toni Ann Luzinski, sister-in-law of the bride of Lublin, Miss Olivia Ogorzalek, friend of the bride of Lublin, and Miss Vickie Kodl, sister of the groom of Thorp. The junior bridesmaid was Miss Rhonda Luzinski, sister of the bride of Lublin. The groomsmen were, Larry Luzinski, brother of the bride of Lublin, Ray Luzinski, brother of the bride of Lublin, and Ray Kodl, brother of the groom of Thorp. The junior groomsman was Kenny Kodl, brother of the groom of Thorp.

The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore taffeta gowns with bouffant sheer organza skirts. The bodice had tucked yokes edged with lace and long sheer sleeves with lace cuffs and ruffles. The dresses were of rainbow colors, the maid of honor and Junior bridesmaid wore orchid, the bridesmaids were attired in green, pink and yellow gowns.

The best man and groomsmen wore tuxedos similar to that of the groom, with colored shirts to match the girl’s gowns. They wore a colored boutonniere of a carnation and baby’s breath.

Mrs. Nancy Kodl, sister-in-law of the groom, and Mrs. Rosalie Meyer, friend, provided very lovely music during the ceremony. They sang “You’ve Got a Friend:, “The Sabbath Prayer”, “O Beautiful Mother”, and “The Lord’s Prayer”.

The reception, dinner and dance were held at the American Legion Hall in Thorp. Bridget Pogodzinski, friend, of Thorp, took care of the guest book. The hostesses were Mrs. Mary Luzinski and Mrs. Theresa Pogodzinski. There were 264 guests served at dinner.

After a trip to the northern part of Wisconsin and Minnesota, they will make their home at route 1, Lublin, Wisconsin.



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