BioM: Baldeschwiler, Susan (1961)
Surnames: Osowski, Baldeschwiler, Danielewicz, Oberle, Magee
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 08/24/1961
Baldeschwiler, Susan (29 JUL 1961)
Miss Susan Baldeschwiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baldeschwiler, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.) became the bride of Gerald R. Osowski, son of Raymond Osowski, Minneapolis, Minn., on Saturday, July 29th, 1961. The Rev. Bernard Brand performed the 9:00 a.m. ceremony at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Minneapolis, Minn.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown styled with scalloped neckline trimmed in sequins and net front with three tiers of Chantilly lace in the back. Her headpiece consisted of a double crown of crystals and she carried a bouquet of red roses and white stephanotis.
Miss Lila Baldeschwiler were her sisters maid of honor and Misses Ellen and Alfretta Baldeschwiler, also sisters of the bride, were bridesmaid, wearing white organza gowns trimmed in green embroidery with matching green sashes and cummerbunds. They all wore rosebud headpiece with scalloped veiling. Their bouquets of white daisies were trimmed with green ribbon that matched their dresses.
Larry Osowski was his brother’s best man and Joe Osowski, Minneapolis, cousin of the groom, and Jim Danielewicz, Thorp, friend of the groom, were groomsmen.
Ushers were Eugene Oberle, cousin of the bride, and Bill Magee, friend of the groom.
A dinner and reception for 100 guests were held at the Falldin American Legion Post, Minneapolis.
The bride’s mother wore a cocoa brown dress with yellow rose corsage for her daughter’s wedding.
The bride attended Thorp High School and has a clerical position with J.C. Pennk Co., Inc., Minneapolis. The groom attended Little Falls, Minn. High School and is a fireman for Northern Pacific R.R.
After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota the couple will make their home at 749 83rd Ave. N.E., Minneapolis, Minn.
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