Joseph Baradziej Agnes Kurdziel Wedding 13 July 1935
S WHS, Baradjirz-Kurdziel. Baradjirz-Kurdziel. Baradjirz-Kurdziel. Joseph Baradjicz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Baradjicz, of 93 New Cranberry and Miss Agnes Kurdzicl, daughter of Mrs. Anna Kurdzicl, rear of 16 West Tamarack street, this city, were married this morning at 9 o'clock in the Polish Transfiguration Transfiguration church, West Hazieton, by ihe pastor, Rev. Father Francis X. "Dominiak. Miss Josephine Ranjo was maid of honor and Misses Stella Baradjicz, sister of the groom; Josephine Dzia-lo Dzia-lo Dzia-lo and Catherine Ychlorusky were bridesmaids. The best man was Vernard Baradjicz, brother of the groom. Ushers were Paul Mizenko, Henry Majehrowkz and John Vovat-ny. Vovat-ny. Vovat-ny. The bride was gowned in white lare. wore hat and slippers to match and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and baby breath. A blue mousselaine de soie gown was worn by the maid of honor, who wore white slippers and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and baby breath. The bridesmaids wore pink, yellow and green gowns respectively and had shower bouquets of red carnations carnations and pom poms. A reception was held at the home of the bride's mother after the ceremony. ceremony. Music was by Gus Podrazza's orchestra. Upon their return from a honeymoon by motor through the New England States, they will reside reside in West Hazieton. The groom is employed at the Lehigh Lehigh Navigation Coal Company Colliery Colliery at Cranberry. The bride was an "attache of the Duplan Silk Mill here.