BioM: Allmann, Carol Louise (1968)
Surnames: Masanz, Allmann, Johnson, Dennee, Reif, Pinion
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 12 Sep 1968
Allmann, Carol Louise (31 AUG 1968)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Masanz are now at home at 318 E. 14th St., Marshfield.
The marriage of Miss Carol Louise Allmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allmann of Colby, and Richard John Masanz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Masanz of route 4, Marshfield, took place Saturday, Aug. 31, 1968, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Colby. The couple exchanged vows during a one o'clock nuptial mass. The Rev. John Pinion officiated and St. Mary's choir sang.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of nylon organza over taffeta with lace trim, featuring an A-line skirt and a tiered nylon and lace chapel train that extended from the shoulders. The shoulder length veil of illusion was caught to a rose with seed pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of pink roses with white stephanotis and ivy.
Attending as honor couple were Miss Julie Allmann of Colby and Donald Masanz of Marshfield, route 4. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson of Minneapolis, Miss Donna Dennee of Stratford and John Reif of Rozellville completed the wedding party.
Robert Allmann and LaVerene Masanz performed the ushering duties.
The bridal aides wore identical floor length gowns of blue taffeta with A-line skirts and lace cages. They had matching headpieces and carried cascades of blue carnations with green foliage.
Following the ceremony, about 200 guests attended the reception and dinner held at St. Mary's Church Hall. A wedding dance was held at Fahey's Ballroom, Rozellville.
The bride, a 1965 graduate of the Colby High School, is a physical therapy assistant at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. Her husband, a graduate of the same year of the Marshfield Senior High School, is a construction worker at Trierweiler Construction and Supply Co., Marshfield.
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