The bestman was George Shimshcok,
Minneapolis, a friend; Joseph Hince, Farmington, brother of the groom
(sic). Ushers were Bill B Hince, Farmington brother of the bride and
Stanley L. Soltys, brother of the groom.
The bride, given in marriage by her
father, was lovely in a white nylon tulle gown, over white satin,
fashioned for floor length. Her flowers were white stephanotis with
white tulle mixed in the bouquet.
The attendants wore gowns of green
net over green satin with boleros made of green lace. They carried
yellow shattered carnations with leaves of ivy.
The church was decorated with ferns
and bouquets of peonies, which were complemented from neighbors of the
Vocalist was Phyllis Greese of
Minneapolis, a friend of the bride.
A breakfast and reception was held
for 17 guests at the Evergreen Room in the Curtis hotel. A centerpiece
of snapdragons and small white mums beautified the table. A reception
was held in the evening zt 2205 Park Ave. for 125 guests.
Following their honeymoon to
Northern Minnesota, the newlyweds are at home in Chicago, Ill at 1601
Troy since July 6. For travel, the bride was attired n an outfit of
lavender and navy check with pink accessories.
The bride, a registered nurse,
employed at Mt. Sinai hospital, Minneapolis, was graduated from
Farmington high school and St. Catherine’s college school of nursing.
The groom, a life-long resident of
Chicago is a veteran and a graduate of the Illinois Institute of
Technology and he will be an electrical engineer.