Dolores FELSKI, Theodore URBANSKY, Jr.
FELSKI, URBANSKY, SKRUNDZ, KOPCZYNSKI, FISTER
Posted By: Jennifer Gunderson (email)
Date: 1/13/2021 at 23:20:28
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Dolores Felski, daughter of Mrs. Clara Felski of Chicago, and Theodore Urbansky Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Urbansky of Chicago, formerly of Mason City, which took place recently at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Chicago. The Rev. Father Lyons officiated at the double ring ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her eldest brother, Bert, and was attired in a gown of white satin trimmed in lace, having a fitted bodice and full skirt which extended into a train. She wore a long veil edged in wide lace and held by a tiara of orange blossoms. Her necklace was a double strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a cascade of white carnations centered with an orchid and tied with wide white satin ribbon.
Miss Clara Felski, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, wearing a strapless gown of powder blue taffeta and net, with a bolero of taffeta. Her headpiece was of powder blue net with rhinestones, and she carried a cascade of baby orchids, The bridesmaids, Mrs. Anthony Skrundz, Mrs. Stephen Kopczynski and Miss Annie Urbansky, sisters of the bridegroom, wore identical strapless gowns of taffeta and net with taffeta boleros styled with mandarin collar and three-quarter length sleeves in yellow, pink and orchid respectively. They wore matching headpieces of net and rhinestones. They carried cascade of baby orchids.
The bridegroom was attended by Leo Fister, bestman, and Waller Urbansky, brother of the bridegroom; Stephen Kopczynski, a brother-in-law, and James Felski, brother of the bride, as ushers.
The bride's mother was attired in a gray silk print and the bridegroom's mother wore an aqua lace dress with matching accessories. Both had corsages of baby orchids.
After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party, immediate family and friends. Mrs. Urbansky has been employed in Chicago and Mr. Urbansky has been employed with a printing company in Chicago since leaving Mason City. He also entertains for the American Red Cross. After a trip they are at home in Chicago where they have purchased a new home.
Source: Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa. 31 Oct 1953, Sat. Page 15. Print. Retrieved from Newspapers.com. Transcribed by Jennifer Gunderson. 12 Jan 2021.
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