BioM: Propp, Barbara
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Propp, Lindau, Stephenson, Smith, Albertson, Wildish, Goldamer, Tesmer, Komp, Piskow, Bohac, Houts
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/05/1979
Propp, Barbara (30 June 1979)
Barbara Propp, and Brian Lindau were united in marriage last Saturday afternoon, June 30, in Black River Falls Evangelical Lutheran Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eleanor E. Propp of Black River Falls. The groom, who resides in Rochester, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lindau , Rt. 5 Neillsville. With the Rev. Al Houts officiating, the bride’s mother presented her to the altar.
Serving in the bridal party were Lenore Propp as maid of honor and Rick Lindau as bestman. They were joined by Karyn Lindau, Kathy Stephenson, Kristyl Smith, Verna Albertson and Ronda Lindau on the bride’s side and Hugh Wildish, Steve Goldamer, Paul Tesmer, Bill Komp, and Darrell Propp on the grooms. Ushering were Alex Piskow and Dave Bohac.
The bride chose an empire-style gown of Chantilly lace, trimmed with Venician lace and featuring a Queen Anne’s neckline, long sleeves and a lace-edged scalloped skirt that swept to a chapel train. She also wore a matching, lace-edged veil and carried a trailing bouquet of salmon roses and white mums.
The bridesmaids’ apparel consisted of floral print organza with ruffled fronts and backs, V-necklines with bow trim, capelet sleeves, satin waist band and flared skirt with flounced hem. They carried bouquets of orange rose buds and yellow and white mums.
The bride is a graduate of Black River High School and District I Technical Institute, Eau Claire, in practical nursing. She had been employed at the Pine View Nursing Home in Black River Falls. The groom is a graduate of Neillsville High School and UW-Eau Claire and is a computer analyst for Modine Manufacturing, Racine. The couple left on a Canadian wedding trip and will make their residence in Rochester.
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