BioM: Zaborowski, Tracy (1929)
Surnames:BUJALSKI ZABOROWSKI KOT TRYBOSKI MASLOWSKI
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08/29/1929
Zaborowski, Tracy (21 AUG 1929)
Miss Tracy Zaborowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zaborowski, and Henry Bujalski of Stanley, were united in marriage at St. Hedwig's Church last weed Wednesday, Rev. F. A. Kulig officiating. Raymond Zaborowski and Frank Bujalski, who were the ushers, led the bridal procession to the altar.
Tracy Zaborowski entered on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Her bridal gown was fashioned of white satin and Spanish lace, with long bodice and full skirt which hung at an uneven length. Her veil of silk tulle was arranged in a cap. She carried a large bouquet of roses.
Miss Elizabeth Zaborowski was maid of honor. Misses Josephine Bujalski, Helen Zaborowski and Genevieve Bujalski, bridesmaids. The groom was attended by Julius Kot, Stanley Tryboski and Anton Maslowski.
The gowns of the bride's attendants were fashioned alike of pussy willow taffeta trimmed with silver tipped maline with long bodices and full skirts which hung and uneven hemlines. Large picture hats and slippers to match the gowns were also worn. The maid of honor wore peas green, while the bridesmaids wore rose, peach and yellow. Each attendant carried a large bouquet of roses tied with ribbon to match their gowns. Robert Herman and Loretta Filipek, dressed in white and black satin suits, carried the veil. Betty Nolechek and Margaret Maslowski, dressed in white, were flower girls. They carried a large basket of white phlox.
A reception was given after the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents in this village (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) , and a dance in the afternoon and evening at the opera house.
The couple will reside in Chicago.
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