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 - SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 195» Two Rivers Girl Is The...
SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 195» Two Rivers Girl Is The Bride Of Pfc. Milton Perron Poinsettias in red and white banked the altar, flanked by three lighted Christmas trees, to form the setting in St. Luke's Catholic Church in Two Rivers, Wis., for the wedding of Miss Marilyn Sou- ¿ek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edward Sousek, and Pfc. Milton Perron. The bridegroom is a son ©J Mrs. Sophie Perron of Escanaba Escanaba Route One. The beautifully appointed holiday season ceremony ceremony took place Dec. 29. The Rev. John Schmitt officiated officiated at the service the music of which was sung by the Boys’ Choir. Satin and Lace The bride's gown of white satin had an all-over bodice of Chantilly Chantilly lace, long sleeves pointed at the wrist and a full skirt which ended in a train. Wide Chantilly lace formed inserts in the skirt and cascaded from the waistline to form the edging of the train. A double tiered lace cap outlined in >eed pearls and an imported illusion illusion veil completed her costume. She carried white carnations and red roses with satin ribbon streamers knotted with rosebuds. Miss Katherine $ousek, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was in hycinth blue silk taffeta, taffeta, the gown styled with a fitted bodice, short sleeves and large shawl collar. The collar and sleeves were edged with a shirred ruching and the bouffant skirt had tiers of ruching over the hipline. She wore a matching shirred half hat trimmed with pearls and car ried a shirred muff with sprays of yellow mums. The bridesmaids, Miss Betty Molls of Turtle Lake, Wis., and Miss Verna Jackson of Escanaba, and the junior bridesmaid. Miss Lillian Sousek, another sister of the bride, wore watermelon red taffeta dresses styled like the maid of honor’s. White mums graced their muffs. Francis Perron of Escanaba was best man for his brother. Groomsmen Groomsmen were Edward Perron of Escanaba Escanaba and Marc Perron of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, also brothers of the bridegroom. Gerald Meneau and Roman Molls were the ushers. Mrs. Sousek attended her daughter’s daughter’s wedding in an aqua dress with black accessories. Mrs. Perron Perron wore a gray dress with gray accessories. Both had corsages of red roses and white pompons. Dinner and Reception The dinner for 90 guests was served at the home of the bride’s parents followed by a reception fbr 200 at the J. E. Hamilton Community House. A three-tiered wedding cake with a bird holding two golden bands as its top ornament ornament centered the table decorations. decorations. For her wedding trip to St. Louis the bride wore a blue suit with blue accessories. Her husband husband is assistant instructor in the V. S. Army at Fort Leonard Wood. Wedding guests from this com- ewnity included Mrs. Sophie Perron, Perron, Miss Verna Jackson, Francis Perron and Edward Perron, Es- ^paba, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dubord Dubord of Bark River and Mrs. Barbara Barbara Glovacki. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Glovacki and Miss Carol Glovacki of Perronville. Trinity Circle

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 12 Jan 1952, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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