BioM: Liebzeit, Debra Lynn (1978)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Liebzeit, Hribar, Barr, Kurasz, Briski, Noah, Logue

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/11/1978

Liebzeit, Debra Lynn (28 April 1978)

The Immanuel United Church of Christ, rural Greenwood, served as the site for the 4:00 p.m. exchange of wedding vows between Debra Lynn Liebzeit and Fred William Hribar, April 28. Debra is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Liebzeit, Rt. 2, Greenwood, while Fred is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Hribar, Willard.

With the Rev. David Logue officiating, Debra’s father brought her to the altar. She was attired in a white knit gown with a turned down collar, long full bishop sleeves, a cutout lace bodice front, full A-line skirt with chapel train and matching headpiece and veil.

Se3rving as maid of honor was Sandy Liebzeit, Green Bay, and joining the party were Mrs. Robert Hribar of Spring, Tex., Jana Barr of Greenwood and Liz Liebzeit and Becky Liebzeit, both of Lena, Ill.
The bridesmaids all wore wrap around sea-spray hued knit dresses with a pinafore-look neckline on the bodice and peplum look at the hipline.

Serving as bestman was Bill Kurasz of Spring, Tex., joined by Robert Hribar, also of Spring, Tex., Tom Briski of Greenwood and Ludwig Hribar, Jr. of Willard. Ushers were Blaine Liebzeit and Richard Hribar.

Brenda Noah offered music for the wedding ceremony and Jana Barr gave vocal solos. A reception, dinner and dance was held at the Loyal Legion Hall.

The bride graduated from Greenwood High School and District I Technical Institute, Eau Claire, and is a clerk-typist. The groom is also a graduate of Greenwood High School and is employed as a carpenter. The couple will reside at 141 Magic Oaks, Apt. 2311, in Spring, Tex.



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