BioM: Schaele, Anita M. (1940)
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----Sources: : Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 02/09/1940

Schaele, Anita M. (7 FEB 1940)

Mrs. Anita M. Schaele, Granton (Clark Co., Wis.), and Emanuel P. Romang Jr., Athens (Marathon Co.), route 1, were married at the parsonage of Zion Lutheran Church, Granton, on Wednesday, at a 2 o’clock ceremony performed by the Rev. Arthur H. Laesch.

The bride wore a crepe teal blue dress and carried a colonial bouquet of roses, sweet peas, and asters. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garbisch, Granton, route 3. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Romang Sr., Athens, route 1.

Mrs. Edwin Garbisch attended, wearing a crepe dress in a crushed raspberry shade. The other attendant, Mrs. Frederick Garbisch, wore a teal blue dress of crepe. Both wore corsages of sweet peas and carnations.

Frederick Garbisch and Edwin Garbisch were the groom’s attendants. They wore boutonnieres of pink roses and the groom a white rose.

A reception and wedding supper was served to abut 40 guests at the home of the bride’s parents. Blue and white were used in the color scheme. Among those attending were Lester Carson and Miss Leona Garbisch, La Crosse; Dan Leisle, Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Garbisch, Wausau; and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Copeland, Dorchester, Wis.

Mrs. Romang was graduated from Granton High School with the class of 1928 and for the past 11 months has been employed as housekeeper at the Reinhold Schroeder home in Spencer. The couple are now at home to friends on the groom’s farm at Athens.



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