BioM: Mouriski, Mary Jane (1957)
Surnames: Mouriski, Laack, Lyles, Dragamanovitch,
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Mary Jane (Marriage - 11 June 1957)
scheme of pink and white was used in the wedding of Miss Mary Jane
Mouriski and Larry Wayne Laack, which took place June 11 at
Stockton, Calif. The Rev. William Polack, Jr., performed the
ceremony at 7 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran church.
white carnations were used on the altar of the church and lighted
candles centered in clusters of the same flowers outlined the aisle
as the bride, escorted by her uncle, advance to the
wore a gown of white eyelet embroidered organdy featuring a
V-neckline, cap sleeves, elbow-length mitts and a full street
length skirt. A pearl embroidered tiara held her shoulder length
veil of silk illusion. She carried a pink and white colonial
bouquet centered with tea roses.
Lyles, maid of honor, wore a pink cocktail frock of embroidered
cotton and carried a bouquet of pink and white
was attended as best man by Marshall Dragamanovitch of San Andreas.
Galen Laack, brother of the groom, was usher.
Mouriski, mother of the bride, wore a gray Italian cotton suit with
a lavender orchid corsage. Mrs. Daisy Laack, mother of the groom,
pinned a white orchid to her blue linen suit with which she wore
the ceremony, about 200 guests attended a reception at the 540
When the new
Mr. and Mrs. Laack left on a honeymoon trip to Lake Tahoe, Mrs.
Laack donned a pink embroidered white sheath with matching duster,
a hat of pink and white lace with white accessories. In keeping
with the color scheme followed throughout the event, they left in a
pink sports car for their honeymoon.
has been with the army since April 1 and on June 22 will report to
Ft. Lewis, Wash. The bride, who is employed as a bookkeeper at the
Hunter Square branch of Bank of America, will join her husband as
soon as he becomes permanently stationed.
Mrs. Laack and daughters Nancy and Betty Lou, attended the wedding.
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