BioM: Rosenberg, Diane (1967)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Rosenberg, Grau, Brautigam, Ziegler, Kienzle, Gentile, Mack, Vacek, Klazure, Krivsky, Heins

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/7/1967

Rosenberg, Diane (Marriage - 26 August 1967)

Miss Diane Rosenberg, of Racine, daughter of Mrs. Ralph Rosenberg of Neillsville was given in marriage August 26 by her uncle, Charles Brautigam, to Craig Grau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Grau of Racine. Vows were exchanged in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Richard Heins in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Racine.

Silk organza over taffeta styled her elegantly-fashioned, floor-length gown. A wide insert of Alencon lace circled the waist-line and the A-line skirt. The bodice featured a scoop neckline and elbow-length sleeves. The chapel-length, detachable train also featured inserts of Alencon lace. A matching silk organza forward headpiece held her three-tiered silk illusion veil. She carried a crescent cascade arrangement of white roses, white iceberg and white snowdrift with dark green leaves.

Bridal aides were Mrs. Gary Ziegler, sister of the bride, as matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Greg Kienzle of Marshfield and Mrs. Robert Gentile. They wore floor-length crepe sheath gowns in rare jade color. Their fitted bodices were styled with scoop necklines and elbow-length sleeves. Watteau panels at the back were outlined in wide Venetian lace, which also circled the sleeves. Their matching headpieces held their short illusion veils. Each carried a crescent cascade bouquet of yellow roses, yellow snowdrift and tangerine snowdrift with dark green leaves.

Ronald Mack was bestman. Groomsmen were Dale Mack and Cliff Vacek. Ushers were Dennis Klazure and James Krivsky.

The bride is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education, and has been teaching in Racine. The groom has a Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He will be a teaching assistant at the University of Arizona, where he will work toward a Ph. D. degree.

Mr. and Mrs. Grau will reside in Tucson, Ariz., after returning from a wedding trip into northern Wisconsin.



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