BioM: Rothenburger, June 1967
Contact:  Ken Wood


----Source: Marshfield News Herald Friday August 25, 1967 Page 9

Rothenburger, June Carol August 1967

The Rev Evan Dieck officiated at a nutial ceremony in Zion American Lutheran Church, Granton, where the wedding of Miss June Carol Rothenburger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rothenburger, route 1, Neillsville, and Jon Ernest Karnitz, son of Mrs. Ernest Karnitz, route 3, Neillsville, was performed.

Mrs. Jess Scott, Neillsville, was the organist and Miss Jan Volm, West Bend, the singer.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of chantilly lace and nylon sheer featuring a chapel sweep. Her bouffant veil was attached to a jeweled lilly of the valley headpiece, and her flowers were white glamelias with ivy.

Her aides were Miss Connie Kocian, maid of honor, and Mrs. Ronald Kostrazak, Manawa, and Mrs. Kenneth Karnitz, Neillsville, bridesmatrons.

They were seen in aqua floor-length formals of lace, satin and chiffon over taffeta. Their finger-tip veils were secured to matching fabric flowers, and their flowers were nosegays of pink roses and carnations.

Richard Hagen, Neillsville, served as best man. Groomsmen were Ronald Wren, West Bend, and Kenneth Karnitz, Neillsville, and Denis Cardarelle, West Bend.

The wedding reception was held at the Legion Hall following the ceremony, and the wedding dance began at 9 o'clock at the Silver Dome Ballroom near Neillsville.

After honeymooning in the Wisconsin Dells area, the Karnitzes will live in Wisconsin Rapids at 711 1/2 10th Ave. N.

Mrs. Karnitz attended Neillsville High School and graduated May 30, 1965, from Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point. She taught home economics at Stanley-Boyd High School the past two years and this coming year will teach at Adams-Friendship High School.

Her husband, who also attended Neillsville High School, furthered his education at Vocational, Technical and Adult Education School, Eau Claire, and now is an accountant in the cost department of Consolidated Paper Co., Wisconsin Rapids.



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