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Frederick Wenzel and Rose Kostak Marriage

From the Friday, July 10, 1931 edition of the Matawan Journal Newspaper.

Frederick Wenzel and Rose Kostak Marriage

Not a very good reproduction of the newspaper article, but here's my transcription:

Wedded in St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic church

Miss Rose Kostak becomes the bride of Frederick Wenzel.

Miss Rose Kostak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kostak of 18 Clinton Street, Matawan Township, became the bride of Frederick Wenzel, son of Mrs. Joseph LaMura of Morganville, at a pretty wedding in St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic church, Keyport, at 9 o’clock in the morning of July fourth, which was also the bride’s birthday. The ring ceremony was used and a nuptial bliss was celebrated by Rev. P. Burke, rector of the church.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white satin dress trimmed with rose point lace with tulle veil of rose pint lace caught up with orange blossoms and white satin slippers. She carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley.

Miss Mary Kaboski of South Amboy, was the maid of honor and Miss Carmela LaMura of Morganville, the bridesmaid. The flower girls were Lorraine Arono (Sp?) and Leonin (Sp?) LaMura and Alfred LaMura was the ring bearer.

The best man was Victor Wenzel, a brother of the groom. The usher was Stephan Kostak, a brother of the bride. Mrs. Charles Mastellone, of Matawan, rendered a vocal solo.

The bride and groom left during the reception for Canada, where they will spend a two week’s honeymoon.

Mr. Wenzel is employed by Jacquelin and DeCoppet, stock brokers in New York. Mrs. Wenzel has been employed in the office of former Prosecutor John E. Toolan, in Perth Amboy.

Frederick Wenzel and Rose Kostak Marriage