BioM: Foelske, Norma Ann (1952)

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Surnames: Foelske, Teuteberg, Luecht, Nelson, Binning, Jensen, Owens

 

----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.)   07/03/1952

 

Foelske, Norma Ann (21 JUN 1952)

 

Bouquets of garden flowers and lighted tapers decorated the altar of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in North Prairie when Miss Norma Ann Foelske became the bride of Marvin Teuteberg at a 7 p.m. nuptial ceremony, Saturday, June 21, 1952.

 

The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Foelske, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), was attended by her four sisters.  Mrs. DuWayne Jensen, Spencer, served as matron of honor.  Mrs. Ray Binning, Unity, and Mrs. Glen Owens, Sousman, served as aides, and Miss Nelda Foelske, Loyal, was junior attendant.

 

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Teuteberg of Genesee.  His brother, Wolferd Teuteberg, was his best man.  The ushers were Marlyn Luecht and Orland Nelson.

 

The bride was given in marriage by her father.

 

Bruce White sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord’s Prayer" and Miss Ruth Winters played the wedding marches.

 

The bride designed and made her white satin gown.  It was styled with a tripe Queen Anne collar on a sweetheart neckline, and a full skirt extending into a scalloped train.  The front of the skirt was trimmed with a panel of lace ruffles.  A  crown of beads and pearls held her nylon net veil, which was edged with lace.  Her flowers were a spray of red roses and white carnations.

 

Her attendants wore similar ballerina length gowns of satin with white lace forming the overskirt and the stole effect on the bodice.  The honor attendant wore an orchid ensemble, while the bridesmaids wore iced green, and gold and gold was chosen for the junior attendant.  They carried white carnations in a wedding ring arrangement and wore white carnations in a similar arrangement in their hair.

 

Mrs. Foelske wore a dress of aqua crepe and Mrs. Teuteberg a dress of powder blue.  Each wore a corsage of yellow roses.

 

The bride is a graduate of the Loyal High School, class of 1951, and is employed by the Waukesha Motor Co.  The groom is a veteran of World War II and works for the Waukesha County Highway Department.

 

Following a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin they will live on Genesee Depot Road.

 

 


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