BioM: Fellenz, Patricia Ann (1965)

 Contact: Dinah Reinke


Surnames: Fellenz, Grambort, Kremsreiter, Grosbier, Kunze

------ Source: Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford and Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/15/1965

------ Fellenz, Patricia Ann (10 JUL 1965)

James Eugene Grambort, son of Mrs. Walter Grambort of Abbotsford and the late Mr. Grambort, and Miss Patricia Ann Fellenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Fellenz of Marshfield, exchanged marriage promises during a nuptial mass Saturday, July 10 at St. John’s Catholic church, Marshfield.  The Rev. Jerome J. Kirsling, assistant pastor, officiated, and the children’s choir sang.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length gown of chantilace and nylon organza with a double detachable Watteau train of chantilace edged nylon organza highlighted with a bow at the back of the Sabrina neckline.  The fitted bodice with its long sleeves was of lace and lace was used to edge the full skirt and brought to a point in the center front.  Lace with pearls formed the crown which held her finger tip veil of English illusion.  She carried a cascade arrangement of red roses and shite stephanotis with ivy.

Attending the couple were Miss Suzanne Fellenz of Marshfield, and Ronald Grambort as honor attendants, and Mrs. Ronald Grambort and Joe Kremsreiter, all of Abbotsford.

Ronald Grosbier of Marshfield and Gilbert Kunze of Abbotsford performed the ushering duties.

The bridal aides wore gowns of light blue peau de soie designed with lace boleros over the fitted bodices and lace over the controlled skirts.  Rose petal head pieces held their bouffant veils.

Festivities of the wedding day after the church ceremony included a reception, dinner and dance at the Eagles hall at Marshfield.  Guests came from Abbotsford, Colby, Spencer, Unity, Dorchester, Milwaukee, Shawano, Thorp and Marshfield.

Mr. and Mrs. Grambort will make their home on North First Street in Abbotsford in the Mrs. Verna Grambort house after they return from a week’s honey moon to northern Wisconsin.

Mr. Grambort, a 1954 graduate of the Abbotsford high school, is employed as a cattle buyer for Christensen-Grambort Corp. of Abbotsford.  The new Mrs. Grambort was graduated from Columbus high school, Marshfield, in 1960, and was employed at Northern Auto Supply Co.



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