Thielen Cousins - Reported June 1963
Beffy Rohde Becomes Bride of Jack Thielen The First Evangelical United brethren Church was the scene of the June 22, 7 p.m., wedding of Betty Jean Rohde and Jack Peter Thie len, both Racine residents. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Rohde of Bea- er Dam, Wis. The Rev. Nathan Bartel of- iciated at the ceremonies and Mrs. George Aliemand was soloist. After an evening reception reception at the JMBA Hall, the couple took a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and will be at home at 1104 Willmor St. The new Mrs. Thielen, a graduate of Wisconsin State College in Whitewater, is a teacher in Racine Public Schools. The bride, given in marriage by her brother Cyril L. Rohde of Hartford, Wis., chose a traditional gown of dacron satapeau, embroidered organdy organdy with square neckline and short sleeves. The rounded rounded sheath, floor-length skirt detailed a narrow sash circling circling the waist, featuring a —Carl Jensen Photo MRS. JACK P. THIELEN (Betty Jean Rohde) bow and streamers. A crown of orange blossoms and berry leaf held her silk illusion, waist-length butterfly veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and ivy. The bride also wore a marquise marquise cut diamond pendant, a gift of the bridegroom. Melody Derleth, Beaver Dam, maid of honor, and Mrs. Cyril Rohde, sister-in-law of the bride, wore cocktail dresses of peppermint nylon sheer over taffeta, fashioned with high scoop necklines and three-quarter sleeves. Beil controlled skirts detailed a back waist bow and streamers. streamers. Flowered plateaus in matching colors completed the ensembles. Their cascade bouquets were of pale pink carnations and white roses. Raymond Thielen was his brother's best man. Ernest Gain, the bridegroom's attendant attendant and brother-in-law; Norman Kenning, Beaver Dam, the bride's brother-in law, and Thomas France, ushers, completed the bridal party. The mother of the bride chose a princess, silk sheath of blue florai print and wore a corsage of white roses.