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This Marriage Write-up was contributed by Cathy Moreth Sims


Sheboygan Press - Monday, May 5, 1969

Jerome Rosner claimed Miss Mary Siegwarth as his bride Saturday, when the couple repeated marriage promises in a one o'clock rite at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Chilton. Their nuptial Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Thomas Dillenberg.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Siegwarth, R 1, Chilton, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosner, 213 E. Ryan St., Brillion.

For her wedding day attire the former Miss Siegwarth chose an A-line dress with an empire waistline and detachable train that extended from the shoulders. The nylon organza gown was made with a square scalloped neckline, long lace sleeves and lace inserts at the front. Bouffant veiling fell from a crown headpiece of crystals and pearls with lace insets. Flowers in the bridal bouquet were red roses and lily of the valley.

Before the bride and her father entered, five attendants were seen. Miss Audrey Thiel, Brillion, had the honor role and bridesmaids were Miss Joane Ross, Brillion, Miss Lois Jewson, Fond du Lac, Miss Diane Gruber and Miss Joan Faust.

All of the bridal aids wore floor-length, yellow sheaths with flowing coat-effects banded in satin. Tulle flowers and organza roses with pearl tips secured tiered veils. Yellow pompons were used to fashion the bouquets held by the attendants.

Flower girl was the bride's sister, Carol Ann Siegwarth. She wore a long A-line dress of white cotton pique trimmed with lace daisy inserts. The young attendant had a crown of pearls and crystals and carried a bouquet of yellow pompons.

Best man at the wedding was the bridegroom's brother, Richard Rosner, Brillion. Daniel Reetz, Reedsville, David Suchan, Brillion, Francis Siegwarth, and Dennis Seipel, Manitowoc served as groomsmen. Guests were escorted to seats by David and Kenneth Siegwarth, brothers of the bride.

The reception, supper and dance for 300 guests were held at Heller's Hall, Brant.

Following a week-long honeymoon, the couple will reside at 208 Center St. Brillion.

Former Miss Siegwarth attended a cosmetology school at Appleton and is employed as a beautician at Chilton Beauty Shop. Mr. Rosner served two years with the U.S. Army and works for Ariens Co., Brillion.


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