BioA: Tieman, Mr./Mrs. Earl (Silver - 1947)


Surnames: Tieman, Jenness, Stewart, Gibbs, Rasmussen, Midtlien, Licht, Sawyer

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Apr 1972

Tieman, Mr./Mrs. Earl (Silver - 15 MAR 1947)

The Maple Hill Hall was decorated in pink and silver on Saturday evening, as Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tieman, 702 N. Franklin, Stanley (Chippewa Co., Wis.), observed their 25th wedding anniversary.

Mrs. Tieman greeted their guests wearing a floor length gown featuring a floral skirt and black bodice, adorned with a corsage of deep red rose buds and pink carnations. The groom of twenty-five years ago wore a matching carnation boutonniere.

Friends and relatives enjoyed an evening of visiting and dancing to the music provided by Mrs. Tieman's step-brothers, Elwood Jenness of Thorp and John Jenness of Ladysmith, and friends Robert Stewart and Roy Gibbs of Stanley. A buffet luncheon was served during the evening to approximately one hundred guests.

Mabelle Rasmussen and Earl Tieman were married March 15, 1947 at Our Savior's Lutheran Parsonage by the Rev. John Midtlien. They have lived their entire married life in Stanley. He is employed as the automobile mechanic at the Northern Colony and Training School, Chippewa Falls, and she is employed at the Stanley Republican Newspaper office.

They have three children, Mrs. Clifford (Sally) Licht of Eagle; Petty Officer Michael, who is an instructor at the Navy's Nuclear School in West Milton, New York (unable to be present); and David, at home. They also have three grandsons, Chad, Sean, and Ryan Licht.

Among the guests present were Mrs. Tieman's father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rasmussen, Ladysmith, and Mr. Tieman's mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Sawyer, Waukesha.



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