BioM: O'Brien, Alice #2 (1963)


Surnames: Pribbernow, O'Brien, Schawer, Reinke, Bergman

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/26/1963

O'Brien, Alice #2 (14 SEP 1963)

The new Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Pribbernow are making their home in Owen (Clark Co., Wis.) after a honeymoon spent in Michigan and Wisconsin.

Mr. Pribbernow is employed at the Owen Dairy Co., Owen, and his bride is employed in the office of Streckert Mfg. Co., Inc. at Abbotsford.

Miss Alice Esther O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester O'Brien of Owen, and Alvin Herman Pribbernow, son of Mrs. Martha Pribbernow of Milwaukee, and the late Alvin Pribbernow, were united in marriage Saturday, Sept. 14, 1963 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Thorp. The Rev. R.W. Olson officiated at the one o'clock ceremony, during which Mrs. Herman Schawer sang "O Perfect Love" and "Crown with Thy Benediction." Mrs. Walter Reinke was the organist.

When the bride appeared, escorted by her father, she was attired in a ballerina length gown of white peau de soie. It was designed with a bateau neckline and belled skirt with Alencon lace outlining the tiers, detailed with self-fabric roses on the sides and bows and streamers at the back. A queen's crown of pearls held her French illusion fingertip veil and roses and carnations were combined in a cascade arrangement in the bridal bouquet.

Attending the couple were Don Pribbernow of Withee and Mrs. Dorothy Bergman of Athens.

The matron of honor wore a green taffeta frock with a matching chiffon overskirt and bow and streamers at the back. She had a bow headpiece and carried a cascade bouquet of tinted pompons.

Festivities following the ceremony included a reception, dinner and dance at the American Legion Hall at Greenwood. Guests came from Fond du Lac, Athens, Owen, Withee, Greenwood, Loyal, Thorp, Plymouth, Unity, Marshfield, Colby and Abbotsford.





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