BioM: Wolfe, Darlene (1956)




Surnames: Wolfe, Langfeldt


----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI 07 June 1956)


Wolfe, Darlene (31 May 1956)


Miss Darlene Dorothy Wolfe became the bride of Robert Langfeldt during 10 a.m. rites Thursday, May 31st, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. The Rev. Father N. E. King officiated at the nuptial service for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Wplfe and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max F. Langfeldt.


A floor-length gown of the point d’esprit embroidered tulle was worn by the bride. The neckline of the molded bodice was outlined with embroidered scallops of tulle. Scalops also decorated the short sleeves and bouffant skirt. Her short mitts of tulle tapered to points at the wrists.


Her finger-tip veil of imported French silk illusion fell from a pearl and sequin trimmed lace cap which was fashioned with long triple side points. Tulle ruching outlined the brim. She carried a cascade arrangement of white carnations, pink roses, andstephanotis.


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L.Gregory of Granton attended the bridal couple as best man and matron of honor. Other attendants were Miss Joann Langfeldt, sister of the groom, bridesmaid; Herbert Langfeldt, brother of the groom, groomsman; Marilyn Ann Wolfe, sister of the bride, flower girl; and Daniel Langfeldt another brother of the groom, ring bearer.


Identically styled waltz length gowns of powder blue, flock dotted, starched nylon sheer with floral pattern, and with fitted bodices and full skirts trimmed with Irish lace were worn by the brides aides. Their tiara head pieces of feather nylon braid in scroll pattern were studded with rhinestones. They carried bouquets of deep pink carnations and white mums.


Mothers of the bridal pair wore corsages of pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. Wolfe wore a light blue dress and Mrs. Langfeldt wore a rose color dress.


Dinner was served at the Casa Loma near Marshfield and a reception and supper were given at the home of the bride’s parents. In the evening a dance was given at the Silver Dome near Neillsville.


The bride is a graduate of the Loyal High School, class of 1955 and has been working in the laboratory of the Marshfield Clinic. The groom graduated from the Loyal High School class of 1951. He is in partnership with his father as a general contractor.


When the new Mr. and Mrs. Langfeldt return from a Canadian honeymoon, they will make their home in Loyal.



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