Theresa Marie (1972)
Surnames: Peterson, Sobeck, Panten, Stout, Weix
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 May 1972
Peterson, Theresa Marie (22 Apr 1972)
Miss Theresa Marie Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Peterson of Abbotsford became the bride of Raymond Lee Sobeck of Curtiss, son of Mrs. Delma Sobeck and the late Joseph Sobeck of Wonewoc, Wisconsin, at a ceremony held at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church in Abbotsford at 12:30 p.m. April 22, 1972.
The bride chose for her wedding a traditional gown of white rose lace over satin with long lace sleeves and lace stand up collar. Tiers of lace formed the train. The traditional elbow length veil was held by a headpiece of rose lace and pearls. She carried a white Bible and a rosary made of 59 pink miniature rosebuds.
Mrs. Beth Panten, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Ann and Charlotte Peterson, sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Dorothy Stout, sister of the groom.
Their dresses of pink brocade were of the A-line style. The accessories included matching hair ribbons, white shoes and gloves, and each carried a lace fan decorated with pink roses and apple blossoms.
Roy Sobeck service his brother as best man, and Robert, Rocky, and Rand Sobeck, also brothers, were groomsmen. They were attired in black tuxedos with light lavender shirts with boutonnieres made of three pink apple blossoms.
The groom wore a black tuxedo and white shirt. His boutonniere consisted of a pink rose.
Organist, Miss Laurie Weix, provided the wedding music. A reception, dinner and dance were held at the Trianon Ballroom.
Mrs. Sobeck is a 1970 graduate of Abbotsford High School and is presently employed as a nursing assistant at Colonial House of Colby. Her husband attended Wonewoc High School and is employed at the ILC-Conrath, Spencer.
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