Dan and Jean's Wedding Announcement posted July 10, 1960

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Dan and Jean's Wedding Announcement posted July 10, 1960 - a Jean Peck \Vears Old Amefhysf Ring When She...
a Jean Peck \Vears Old Amefhysf Ring When She Is Wed fo Daniel Thielen a Her great - grandmother's amethyst ring was worn by Jean R. Peck for her wedding at 10 a.m. June 25 at St. Patrick's Church when she became the bride of Daniel P. Thielen. The ring, worn on her right hand, symbolized the "something old" in the bridal tradition. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peck, of 1648 Charles St., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Thielen of 1127 Geneva St. The Rev. Martin Gloudeman officiated at the nuptials in which the bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Brothers of the couple, Jerome Thielen Jr. and Floyd Peck Jr., served as altar boys. The bride wore a dress and veil of her own creation. The bodice was in Alencon lace over white taffeta with the long BorfeH'CetnY sleeves ending in rose points. ' It was trimmed with lace rose uniial ^T aid appliques,^ crystal and seed "r'"'^''* "^"^ —Bamuel'a Portrait MRS. DANIEL THIELEN (Jean Peck) pearis. The skirt of silk or veil of fingertip length. She carried a cascade bouquet of roses, stephanotis and white orchids. Joanne Stetka was the honor aide and Mrs. Buster Smith and Carol Lindh were the bridesmaids. Junior aides were Mary Peck and Mary Thielen, sisters of the bride and bridegroom, respectively. The attendants wore white nylon organdy dresses with lilac flowers embroidered on the bodices and skirts. Lilac cummerbunds fell into back panels. White tulle picture hats trimmed with lilac leaves and lilac satin bows and streamers were worn by the honor aide and the two adult bridesmaids, while the junior aides had picture hats made by the bride. Their hats were lilac taffeta petals over lilac tulle and they carried colonial bouquets. The adult aides carried orchids. Larry Thielen, the bridegroom's cousin, was best man. Floyd F. Peck, the bride's grandfather, and Raymond H. Thielen, the bridegroom's cousin, were ushers. Groomsmen were Donald B. Conwell and Frederick L. Lawrence Michael Peck, the bride's brother, was ring bearer. Johnson's Hall was the site of a wedding reception before the couple left on a trip to who wore a lace dress in baby blue with pink accessories. Mrs and white accents. Both wore pastel corsages. The couple is residing 163614 Villa St. , , St. Mary's Church was the ganza over taffeta fell into a „ ,.,1,, o chapel sweep. ^^^^'"^ "^"'y ^ ^® marriage Her crown, detailed with of Janet Elaine Cerny, daugh- crystal, seed pearis and rhine- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charies stones, held a French silk tulle Cerny Jr. of Route 1, Box 219, Racme, and John F. Bartell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bar tell of Superior. The Rev. F. C. LaBuwi perfomed the 7:30 a.m. ceremony at which the bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's ballerina princess style dress was of silk organ za with a round neckline, lace and jewel trim and three-quarter length sleeves. A crystal crown held her bouffant veil, and she carried a cascade of —Highlight Studio MRS. JOHN BARTELL (Janet Cerny) northern Wisconsin. Among guests were the bride's mother carnations, pink garnet roses ...1 ^ I -J •L„t . . and ivy around a white orchid Mrs. Donald Johnson, sister mra. uunaiu jonnson, sisier Thielen appeared in a light t^e bridegroom, was matron blue lace dress with light blue honor. Her gown was mint or.anto n „.h ^.jj^ ^^jjg velveray cov ering stlyed with a fitted bod- * ice and scoop neckline. She wore a small matching headpiece I

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  1. The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin,
  2. 10 Jul 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 22

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