wedding notice Edward and Mary Reidy Penzkowski The Racine Sunday Bulletin, 20 Jul 1958

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wedding notice Edward and Mary Reidy Penzkowski The Racine Sunday Bulletin, 20 Jul 1958 - in of of the the Chi Miss Reidy Is Married at...
in of of the the Chi Miss Reidy Is Married at St. Rose The marriage of Miss Mary Bridget Reidy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. Reidy, 3201 Moorland Ave., to Edward John Penzkowski, Sunnyside Acres, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Penzkowski, was solemnized at 11 a.m. July 12 in St. Rose Church with the Rev. Daniel Garvey officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a floor length gown of Chantilly lace over satin. The skirt and its chapel sweep were accented by lace ruffles. The fitted bodice had a jeweled bateau neckline. Her fingertip veil was gathered to a jeweled tiara and she carried a cascade of white roses and ivy. Her matron of honor, Mrs. James Miller, and her bridesmaid, bridesmaid, Mrs. Donald Schlichtlng, wore identical dresses of white embroidered organza over pink net. Their full skirts were gathered to embroidered midriffs midriffs edged in velvet ribbon, and their bodices had scoop necklines and brief sleeves. They wore matching pearl- trimmed crowns with circular veils and carried colonial bouquets bouquets of pink roses. \The bridegroom's niece, Cindy Baldukas, was the flower girl, wearing a miniature of the senior aides' frocks. She car ried a white basket containing pink roses, and had matching roses in her hair. Al Penzkowski was h i s brother's best man and Donald Schlichting served as groomsman. groomsman. Ushers were James Miller and Stephen Penzkowski. The choir, of which the former former Miss Reidy is a member, sang the nuptial mass with Miss Judy Erickson as soloist. A wedding breakfast was served for the bridal party and immediate families, and the evening reception was held at Meadowbrook Town and Country Country Club. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Reidy chose a sheath of ice blue lace' with matching accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. The newly married couple chose Colorado for their wedding wedding trip and will reside in their new home at 2605 Hayes Ave. upon their return. ^lie Manila —Bob Dlckert Photo Mrs. Edward Penzkowski DawkinS'Doonan Promises Spoken Patricia R. Doonan, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Doonan, 1646 N. Wisconsin St., exchanged wedding vows with Thomas A. Dawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Dawkins, Dawkins, Collingswood, N. J., in a 2 p.m. ceremony July 12. Msgr. H. J. Schmitt read the service in St. Joseph's rectory. For her wedding, the bride wore a waltz length gown of The marriage of Miss Mary Reidy to Edward John Penz­ kowski was preceded by a series of parties in honor of the bride, the first a miscellaneous miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Al Mielke, Mrs. Chester Hubbard and Mrs. Robert Passehl at the Passehl home. Mrs. F. Dewey Liegler and her daughter, Mrs. John Benson Benson of Chicago, were hostesses at a luncheon and miscellaneous miscellaneous shower at the Liegler home and another miscellaneous miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. Axel Ibsen. Miscellaneous ^ifis were pre- 1 sented the bride at a shower in the home of Mrs. James Miller, Miller, who entertained with Mrs. Donald Schlichting and Mrs. Robert Vandenberg. Sisters of the bridegroom. Miss Stella Penzkowski, Mrs. Henry Ruppel, Ruppel, Mrs. Alfred Adams and Mrs. Chris Baldukas, gave a miscellaneous shower at the home of Miss Penzkowski and another miscellaneous shower had Mrs. Clayton Schalinski as hostess. A trousseau shower was held at the home of Mrs. Franlt Barry Barry with Mrs. Barry, Mrs. Donald Donald Sandy, Mrs. Henry Gunther, Gunther, Mrs. Gary Tostrud and Mrs. C. F. Fisher as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savaglio, 1821 Chatham St., will return soon from an extended motor trip to the west coast, during which they are visiting the Grand Canyon, part of Mexico and Yellowstone National Park. 8 Mrs. Thomas A. Dawkins embossed organza designed with a scalloped sweetheart neckline. Holding her shoulder length veil was a seed pearl crown. She carried white car nations wi*h white and pink roses in a cascade as she was Two Racine students have been chosen committee chairmen chairmen for the summer prom at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Wendell Langman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Langman, 2814 Glendale Ave., Miss Florence Pennefeather, 1811 Park Ave., is in Honolulu, where she has enrolled in a sociology class, "Hawaii and Its People," at the University of Hawaii. Included among the 69 meni and women who make up this year's adult staff at the Ameri- can Baptist Assembly, Green Lake, Wis., are Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stolberg, Route 3, Box 666. Charles

Clipped from The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin20 Jul 1958, SunPage 15

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin (Racine, Wisconsin)20 Jul 1958, SunPage 15
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