Racine Daily Bulletin 5 Feb 1956
Fourth Generation Weds in Church Gerald Clarence Nehring, the fourth generation of his family to claim a bride in Bethesda Lutheran Church, exchanged exchanged marriage vows with Eva Rosa Bradac in a 7 p.m. ceremony on Jan. 28 with Rev. T. S. Hanson officiating. The bridegroom's great-great grandparents, Marie and An ton Johnson, married in the church in 1882; his grandparents, grandparents, Josephine and Anton Deinken, in 1906; and his parents, parents, Lillian and Clarence Nehring, of 2047 Blake Ave., in 1928. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bradac, 1606 Flett Ave., wore a floor-length gown of ivory satin with a sweetheart neckline and full, circular skirt for the ceremony. ceremony. A small cap held her fingertip veil and red garnet roses and stephanotis centered centered by a white orchid formed her bouquet. She was given in marriage by her father. Ethel Vetter was her honor attendant in a floor-length gown of deep green crystalette styled with a stand-up collar —Charles Studio Mrs.' Gerald Nehring and long torso line. The flower girl, Mary Lou Jensen, wore I pale green crystalette over taffeta with a Peter Pan collar collar and long torso. Miss Vetter Vetter carried cavalier roses and yellow roses and carnations formed the flower girl 's bou- jquet. David Hannon was best man and Paul Bunck, Russell Jensen Jensen and Jack Nehring seated guests at the service, which preceded a reception in Danish Brotherhood Hall. The young Nehrings will make their home at 118 West Broadway, Madi son 4.