BioM: Posda, Theresa (1961)
Surnames: Posda, Grendzinski, Skwierczynski, Jiskra, Gorzny, Krause, Bando, Wink
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 11/23/1961
Posda, Theresa (28 OCT 1961)
Miss Theresa Posda, daughter of Mr. George Posda, R.R. 3, Stanley, Wis., became the bride of Raymond Grendzinski, R.R. 3, Thorp (Clark Co.), Wis., on Saturday, Oct. 28, 1961. At St. Hedwig’s Cahpel, Thorp, Rev. Edward Masalewicz performed a double ring ceremony and a nuptial mass followed.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown with Chantilly lace bodice with tiers of lace ruffles and long sleeves. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a crown of Chantilly lace matching the bodice set with miniature Princess Margaret crown of crystal beads. Her bouquet of three orchids with white carnations and streamers of stephanotis. Completing her ensemble was a cross necklace and crystal rosary, a gift from the groom.
Attending the bride were her sister, Mrs. Louise Skwierczynski of Chicago, Ill. as matron of honor. Miss Karen Jiskra of Milwaukee, Miss Nancy Gorzny, Miss Barbara Krause, both of Chicago, friends of the bride, and Miss Barbara Bando, Lublin, Wis., cousin of the groom. Wearing satin turquoise street dresses with petal shaped crown with crystal beads and net crystal neckline and earring set, a gift of the bride, completing their ensemble. The bridesmaids carried an assorted bouquet of colored carnations, the matron of honor carried an assorted bouquet of colored carnations and pink rose.
The flower girl, Rita Skwierczynski, a nice of the bride, of Chicago, wore a lace gown similar to that of the bride, carrying a bouquet of one white orchid and white carnations with streamers of stephanotis. Randle Skwierczynski, nephew of the bride of Chicago, served as ring bearer, wearing a tuxedo the same at the groom’s attendants.
Attending the groom, were James Posda, brother of the bride, of Chicago, as best man, Edmund Grendzinski, brother of the groom, of Seattle, Wash., Bernard Grendzinski, cousin of the groom, and Lawrence Wink, friend of the groom, both of Thorp. The groom’s mother wore a blue lace dress. Her corsage was of three miniature orchids.
Immediately following the services a dinner was served to about 110 relatives and friends in the parish hall. The music was furnished by Mike Kryzanski and his Nightingales.
The newlyweds left for Mackinac Island, Mich.., Chicago, and southern parts of Wisconsin. They will make their home here in Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).
Out of town relatives and friends attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Posda, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Skwierczynski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Skwierczynski and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wojtowicz, Mrs. John Gorzny and daughter Nancy, and granddaughter Joyce, nephew Eddie Novak, Mr. Stanley Lazinek, Mrs. Stanley Junewicz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jarski, daughter Trudy Pruhn, Marie Krawiec and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skwierczynski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bzowy, Mr. Henry Bzowy, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lewan, Miss Phyllis Zurakowski, Rose, Andy and George Madura, Mrs. John Judin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Grendzinski, Miss Pauline Kramicz, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hornacek, Mr. and Mrs. Lud Hollaway, Mr. Adolph Greyneski, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kmiec, Mr. Florian and Richard Posda, Miss Grace Doere, all of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schmidt of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Polnaszek of Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Grendzinski and family of Wausau, Mr. and Mrs. John Bill of Chippewaa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuding and son, also Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kudingo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kudingo, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kudingo, all of Ladysmith, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore of Minnesota, Eddie and Frank Madura of Chicago Heights, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jiskra of Sheldon.
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