Nancy Chapek Wedding
McHenry, III, WW Be Home of R. J, Chapeks When they return from a trip to Seattle, Wash, and Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jerome Chapek (Nancy Carol Ruppel), whose marriage took place June 1, will make their home at 827 N. Plymouth Lane, McHenry, 111. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruppel of 2620 Gilson St., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chapek of 1633 West Blvd. The Rev. Gilbert Busarow officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony in St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, —TholIlp^ull Siudio MRS. ROBERT CHAPEK (Nancy Ruppel) of preceding a supper for 50 and a reception for several hundred hundred in Racine Labor Center. The bride, escorted by her father, appeared in a silk organza organza gown with fitted bodice, bodice, brief sleeves and scoop neckline. The full skirt had an embroidered front panel and ended in a chapel train. Her illusion veil, elbow length, fell from a crown of pearls and she carried a crescent crescent boquet of golden yellow roses and white carnations with foliage. Betty Kiedrowski was her maid of honor, wearing a mint green silk organza sheath with matching lace jacket and crown of nylon flowers and pearls with circular veil. Mrs. Stephen Penzkowski. bridesmaid, bridesmaid, and Susan Penzkowski, junior bridesmaid, were in orchid and pink silk sheaths, similarly styled, with matching matching lace jackets and crowns. Ail carried roses and carnations carnations tinted to match their ensembles. Tara Penzkowski, the flower flower girl, was in mint green organza, organza, and carried a fireside basket of white and mint! green carnations. Clarence Johnson was the best man and groomsmen were Stephen Penzkowski and Tirnothy Sorensen. Serv- iiig as ushers were Edward Penzkowski and Donald Aker- luiid. Mrs. Ruppel, the bride's mother, chose a blue silk organza organza sheath with lace bodice bodice and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Chapek, was in mist green linen sheath with which she wore white accessories. Both had corsages of pink roses and white carnations.