BioM: Apfelbeck, Teresa Marie #2 (1954)
Surnames: Apfelbeck, Rindt, Biter, Neilsen
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 09/30/1954
Apfelbeck, Teresa Marie (Marriage - 25
The marriage service for Miss Teresa
Marie Apfelbeck and Joseph John Rindt was performed Saturday
morning in Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic church, Stetsonville, by
an uncle of the groom, the Rev. Lawrence Rindt, from the Holy
Family Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. He was also celebrant at the 9:00
o’clock High Mass which followed the marriage rites.
Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Apfelbeck, Colby, and Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried Rindt,
The bride’s gown of white net over
satin was enhanced with a sheer yoke outlined with lace
appliqué. Lace also edged the fingertip veil which fell in
soft folds from a scalloped tiara. White baby mums were
interspersed with the red roses and gladioli in her bouquet.
A sister of the bride, Miss Genevieve
Apfelbeck, Colby, was maid of honor. She was garbed in a blue
strapless gown of net over taffeta completed with a lace jacket.
The bouffant skirt was ballerina-length. She carried a bouquet
composed of a pink centered orchid combined with white mums.
Gowns styled similarly in shades of
yellow, coral, and green, were donned by the three bridesmaids,
Mrs. Earl Biter, Des Plaines, Ill., another sister of the bride;
Miss Carol Neilsen, Chicago; and Mrs. Al Rindt, Stetsonville, a
sister-in-law of the groom. Yellow gladioli and white mums were in
The groom chose his brother, Edward
Rindt, Stetsonville, to serve as best man. Groomsmen included Earl
Biter, Des Plaines, Ill.; and John Apfelbeck and Al Rindt, a
brother of the bride and groom, respectively.
Pink and white flowers formed the
corsages pinned at the shoulder lines of the blue ensembles chosen
by the mothers of the bridal pair.
Dinner was served at noon for the
immediate families and bridal party at the home of the
bride’s parents. That afternoon the newlyweds greeted guests
there at a reception with a 4:00 o’clock buffet supper
concluding the day’s festivities.
Residence of Mr. Rindt and his bride will
be in Chicago, after a honeymoon at the Wisconsin Dells. The new
Mrs. Rindt, who attended the Rusk School and St. Mary’s
Catholic School, is employed at the Teletype Corporation in Niles,
Ill. Her husband, who attended Stetsonville schools, assisted in
the operation of his father’s farm.
Out of town guests were from Colby, Abbotsford, Edgar, Athens, Boyd, Chicago, Dorchester, Medford, Eland, Des Plaines, West Bend, Wausau, Elmwood Park, Ill., Bensenville, Ill., and St. Louis, Mo.
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