BioM: Tieman, Alice M. (1956)
Surnames: Abel, Tieman, Meyer, Martinson
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/05/1956
Tieman, Alice M. (30 JUN 1956)
When Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee Abel return from a honeymoon tour of Wisconsin, they will make their home on a farm east of Greenwood. The couple was married Saturday evening during a 7:30 o’clock double ring ceremony read by the Rev. Charles Koch. Miss Alice Marie Tieman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Tieman, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), exchanged vows with the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Abel of Greenwood in the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church, Greenwood.
For her attendants, the bride chose Miss Joyce Meyer of Appleton as maid of honor, and junior bridesmaids, Linda Tieman, her sister, and Janis Abel, the groom’s sister. The honor attendant’s dress was of yellow crystalette in ballerina length with an eyelet scooped neckline. She had a white colonial bouquet. The junior aids were dresses of yellow frosted nylon, also in ballerina length, and carried white colonial bouquets.
The groom was attended by Lester Abel, Kaukauna, his brother. Guests were ushered by Ronald Tieman, Greenwood, the bride’s brother, and Stanton Martinson, Wild Rose, her brother-in-law.
Over the strapless lace bodice of the bridal gown was worn a long sleeved lace bolero. Rhinestones accented the lace bodice which was cinched at the waist with a cummerbund. Two layers of net covered the satin skirt which had rows of tulle and lace ruffles. Her fingertip veil was held by a half hat scalloped with rhinestones. Yellow roses and lilies of the valley tied with white streamers rested on her white Bible.
The bride, a former employee of the Thorp Finance Home Office, attended vocational school at Eau Claire, and her husband and she both attended Greenwood High School.
Yellow and white decorations were used in the church basement where persons from Thorp, Wild Rose, Milwaukee, Stanley, Kaukauna, Appleton and Loyal greeted the newlyweds during the reception.
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