BioM: Burke, Margaret (1967)
Surnames: Burke, Harycki, Gilbertson, Burmeister, Jablonic, Badzinski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Jun 1967
Burke, Margaret (10 JUN 1967)
Miss Margaret Burke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Burke, Boyd, became the bride of William Harycki, son of Edward Harycki, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), on Saturday, June 10th, 1967, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd. Father Vincent Schwartz performed the 12 noon wedding. Mrs. Howard Gilbertson sang "Paris Angelicus" and Mother, At Your Feet We're Kneeling."
The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor length coat ensemble of linen styled with a sleeveless empire sheath accented with Venice lace at the waistline. Elbow length sleeves and flat bows at the shoulders highlighted the coat, which swept into a chapel length train. A French bow of linen enhanced with lace appliques secured her bouffant veil of sheer illusion. She carried a bouquet of white glomelias and stephanotis.
Miss Kathleen Burke was maid of honor, Mrs. Shirley Burmeister and Mrs. David Jablonic were bridesmaids. They wore floor length dresses of linen in apricot, fashioned with A-line skirts. Elbow length sleeves complemented the empire bodice, accented with a band of Venice lace. The same lace graced the back panel. Bustle veils were secured to bows of apricot linen for their headpieces and each carried bouquets of white pompom's tipped with apricot.
Sylvester Harycki, was his brother's best man, and groomsmen were: Robert Burke and Robert Badzinski. Ushers were: Patrick Burke and Frank Harycki.
Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church hall.
The bride graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Marshfield, and the groom graduated from Stout State University, Menomonie.
After a wedding trip to Florida the new Mr. and Mrs. Harycki will be at home at Auburndale.
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