BioM: Carolfi, Diane Carrie (1971)
Surnames: Carolfi, Lang, Hagman, Rasmussen, Christian, Matti, Raab
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 27 May 1971
Carolfi, Diane Carrie (22 MAY 1971)
St. John's Church in Marshfield was the setting of the wedding of Miss Diane Carrie Carolfi of Marshfield, and J. Thomas Lang of Colby (Clark Co., Wis.) on Saturday, May 22, 1971.
The ceremony was performed at 12 noon by Rev. James Hagman. Ellen Rasmussen was the organist and Fran Raab the soloist.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Anton Carolfi, Auburndale, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lang, R.R. 4, Marshfield.
Given in marriage by her father, Diane wore a floor length gown of angel mist taffeta, lace and pearl trim, with detachable chapel train. Her lace Juliet headpiece held her silk illusion bridal veil. She carried a bouquet of Calla lilies, lily of the valley, and baby's breath.
Serving as maid of honor was Miss Karen Carolfi of Marshfield. Miss Kathy Christian of Pittsville was the bridesmaid. The attendants wore rainbow gowns of yellow, blue and pink chiffon over taffeta, with velvet and brocade trim. They carried baskets of daisies and baby's breath.
Misses Juline and Renee Carolfi and Celeste Lang were the flower girls.
The groom's best man was Ralph Lang of Green Bay, and groomsman was Ben Lang of Marshfield. Paul Lang, Marshfield, and Melvin Matti, Stratford, performed the ushering duties.
A reception at the Village Plaza in Spencer followed the ceremony.
The new Mrs. Lange graduated from Marshfield High School in 1966, and Stevens Point V.T.A. in 1969. She is employed as a L.P.N. at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. Her husband graduated from Columbus High School in 1966. He is employed at Land O' Lakes in Spencer.
The couple will be making their first home at 304 Davison Street in Colby.
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