BioM: Koltis, Christine Ann (1972)
Surnames: Koltis, Plautz, Ciolkosz, Gaffney, Frenette, Klabon, Pakiz, Barna, Hmielak, Grelle
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 10 Aug 1972
Koltis, Christine Ann (29 JUL 1972)
Now residing on route 2, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), after an extended honeymoon through northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, are Mr. and Mrs. Randall E. Plautz, who were married Saturday, July 29, 1972.
The former Miss Christine Ann Koltis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Koltis, 425 E. Fifth Street, Owen, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Plautz, route 1, Owen, during a 3 p.m. ceremony performed by the Rev. Will Grelle of St. Hedwig's Catholic Church of Thorp, in Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Owen.
The bride's uncle, Alois Ciolkosz, was organist, and Miss Kathleen Gaffney played the guitar and sang for the Mass.
Miss Koltis selected an empire gown of white crepe and organza, and a floor length veil held by a floral headpiece. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white carnations, and blue tinted daisies.
The bridal aides were Miss Diane Koltis, Owen, maid of honor; Miss Colleen Plautz of Owen; Mrs. Jeanne Frenette, Thorp, and Miss Kay Klabon, Withee, bridesmaids, and Kim Plautz, junior bridesmaid.
Each has an empire formal, the maid of honor and junior bridesmaid in blue ensembles, and the others in yellow. Each had a white picture hat and carried a single yellow rose.
Terry Plautz, Owen, was asked by the bridegroom to be his best man. Others in the wedding party were Ken Koltis of Owen, Lary Pakiz, Greenwood, and John Barna of Wausau, groomsmen, and Bob Hmielak and Denny Pakiz, ushers.
Following the church ceremony, a dinner and dance were held at the Meadowview Country Club, Owen.
The new matron graduated in 1968 from Owen-Withee High School, from which her husband graduated the following eyar. She has been working for ITT Midwestern Life Insurance, Thorp, and Mr. Plautz, who graduated in 1970 from Rice Lake Technical Institute, Rice Lake, is a heavy equipment operator.
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