BioM: Hiebsch, Lisa Frances (1975)


Surnames: Zivney, Hiebsch, Buck, Balstad, Peterson, Shaffern, Sherman, Finley, Hopper, Schwendener, Williamson, Fricke

---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Aug 1975

Hiebsch, Lisa Frances (28 JUN 1975)

Granddaughter of Mr. Charles D. Zivney and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hiebsch, all former residents of Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), was married on June 28th, 1875 in Glendale, California.

Now making their home in Glendale, California following a wedding trip to the mountains, are the new Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean Buck. The bride, Lisa Frances Hiebsch, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hiebsch of 639 Arden Avenue, Glendale, California, and former Owen residents. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck of Glendale, California.

At St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale, California, Miss Lisa Hiebsch became the bride of Robert Dean Buck at a 2:30 afternoon ceremony, with Father Wayne Williamson performing the nuptial vows.

Rendering the music was Miss Jeanne Balstad, who sang “Wedding Prayer” and “O Perfect Love.”

When given in marriage by her father, the bride was seen in an old fashioned gown of Mira Mist fabric and Venice daisy lace, with full bishop sleeves and cathedral length train. The illusion veil fell from a headpiece of matching Venice daisy lace, and she carried white daisies and baby’s breath.

Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Dawn Peterson, and Miss Elaine Buck, Miss Lynn Fricke, Miss Melanie Peterson, and Miss Pam Shaffern were bridesmaids.

They wore matching gowns of pale yellow dotted Swiss with large picture hats, and carried bouquets of yellow daisies.

Attending the groom as best man was Glen Sherman, and groomsmen were Alan buck, Richard Finley, Sam Hopper and Steve Schwendener.

The groom’s mother, the former Kathryn Zivney, was seen in a pale green chiffon gown with a corsage of green cymbidiums, and the groom’s mother in a light blue gown with a white orchid corsage.

Following the afternoon wedding, a reception was held at the Chevy Chase County Club at Glendale.



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