BioM: Thiel, Sandra K. (1972)
Surnames: Thiel, Felix, Koopman, Bayuk, Hemersbach, Woods, Him, Tell, Zagozen, Vollrath, Nesser, Lune, Abel
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 17 Aug 1972
Thiel, Sandra K. (5 AUG 1972)
Miss Sandra K. Thiel, 210 North St. Joseph Avenue, Marshfield, and Bruce N. Felix, route 1, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), will make Marshfield their home when they return from a honeymoon in southern Wisconsin.
Miss Thiel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Thiel, Greenwood, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Felix, route 1, Greenwood, repeated their marriage vows Saturday, August 5, 1972, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greenwood. The Rev. Leander A. Koopman, pastor, officiated at the 12:30 nuptial ceremony.
Charles and Richard Bayuk provided the music.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a Juliet style dress of white organza and French lace in floor length, with chapel train and a Juliet cap of matching lace, and floor length veil.
Her flowers were white pompons and a cluster of seven yellow roses. Those of her attendants were lavender carnations, white daisies, pompons and baby's breath,, carried in white baskets with lavender streamers.
The maid of honor was Roberta Hemersbach, Marshfield, with Miss Diane Woods, Thorp; Miss Peggy Hium, Eau Claire; and Miss Paul Tell, Palestine, Illinois, as bridesmaids.
John Zagozen Jr. of Greenwood, was the best man, and groomsmen were Douglas Felix, Darwin Vollrath, Greenwood, and James Nesser, Marshfield.
Each girl attendant wore a floor length gown of lavender eyelet lace.
Beth Ann Lune, Merrill, and Jeanette Abel, Greenwood, were flower girls. James Felix and James Thiel, both of Greenwood, did ushering duties.
The Bali Hai Supper Club of Neillsville, was the setting for the reception and dance. Mr. and Mrs. Felix are graduates of Greenwood High School. He graduated in 1969 and she in 1970. Mrs. Felix is a psychiatric technician at St. Joseph's Hospital, and her husband is enrolled at the University of Wisconsin Center, Marshfield, Wood County.
They will make their home at 508A W. Cleveland Street, Marshfield.
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