BioM: Polnaszek, Kathleen Joyce (1968)
Surnames: Polnaszek, Layden, Tormoen, Mohancy
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 10 Oct 1968
Polnaszek, Kathleen Joyce (21 SEP 1968)
Miss Kathleen Joyce Polnaszek and Mr. Dennis Patrick Layden exchanged wedding vows at St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Thiensville, Saturday, September 21, 1968.
A buffet dinner and reception at River Oaks Country Club, Mequon followed the noon service.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Polnaszek, Mequon, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Polnaszek, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).
(Some of the article was missing from the newspaper)
….chose an A-line gown of white organza. The slightly fitted sheer bodice was accented by Alencon lace and a cowl neckline. The sleeves of Alencon lace were finished at the elbow with a wide ruffled band of organza. The attached chapel length train was also accented with Alencon lace. The headpiece was an organza bow, enhanced by pearled appliques of Alencon lace, which held a 3-tiered shoulder length veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, glomelias, and trenched mums.
The maid of honor, Miss Judy Tormoen, Green Bay, friend of the bride, wore a floor length sheath gown of lime green chiffon over lemon. Tiny satin green buttons and a satin cowl neckline accented the front of the dress, while a long satin green train adorned the back.
Her headpiece was a wide satin bow with a short 3-tiered veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of gold, rust and apricot pompon mums accented with green ribbon streamers.
Similar gowns were also worn by the bridesmaids, Miss Jo Ann Polnaszek, sister of the bride, Miss Anne Layden, sister of the groom, and Miss Kathy Mohancy, friend of the bride.
(…If there was any more to the article, it was not in the newspaper)
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