BioM: Raine, Candace (1976)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Raine, Marg, Becker, Opelt, Boos, Erpenbach, Gault, Haunschild, Dux, Hagedorn, Lindloff
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/01/1976
Raine, Candace (Marriage – 26 June 1976)
Miss Candace Raine and Kenneth Marg were married Saturday, June 26, in a 2;30 p.m. ceremony, performed at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Neillsville by the Rev. Norman W. Lindloff. A reception honoring the couple was held at the Neillsville American Legion Hall.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Raine, Rt. 1 Neillsville. She was presented in marriage by her father. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marg, Rt. 2 Neillsville, are the groom’s parents.
A bouquet of yellow daisies and roses, blue carnations and white daisies with baby’s breath accented the bride’s traditional white gown styled with an empire waistline. Her veil was caught by a Juliet cap.
Miss Mary Becker was the maid of honor and Mrs. Carol Opelt, Miss Randi Boos and Miss Emile Raine were the bridesmaids. Their aqua blue halter dresses were complimented by floral capes and hats. They carried fireside baskets of blue and white carnations, yellow and white daisies and baby’s breath.
Serving as best man was Paul Erpenbach. Groomsmen included Eugene Opelt, Randy Gault, and Brad Marg. Steven Marg and Joel Raine shared ushering duties.
Clay Haunschild was the ringbearer and Michelle Opelt, the flower girl.
Steve Dux and Connie Hagedorn sang.
The bride was honored at prenuptial showers given by Carol Opelt and by Randi Boos and Mary Becker.
The new Mrs. Marg, a 1975 graduate of Neillsville High School, is employed at Memorial Home. Her husband graduated from the same school in 1974; he is employed by a local cooperative.
The newlyweds are living at 226 Ayers St., in Neillsville.
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