m. 12 Oct 1947
||Kentucky Marriage Records:
- Name: Glen Lange; Gender: Male; Race: White; Age: 51; Estimated Birth Year: 1923; Marriage Date: 6 April 1974; Marital Status: Last marriage ended by divorce; Previous Marital Status: Never married; Residence County: Warren; Residence County after Married: Warren; Spouse: Thalen Lange; Spouse Age: 45; Spouse Race: White; Spouse Residence County: Warren; Spouse Marital Status: Never married; Volume Number: 018; Certificate Number: 08791; Marriage License County: Warren; Volume Year: 1974
- Miss Thalen Ogg, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Redfern Ogg, New London, became the bride of Glen Lange, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lange, New London, in a double ring service at the New London Methodist church at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Reverend Dr. George G. Hunt, Mt. Pleasant, and the Reverend Paul Ellis, New London, performed the service. Charles Walters, vocalist, New London, sang "Because," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Through The Years " during the ceremony. He was accompanied by Esther Buor Wessel, of New London. The altar was adorned with white asters, and flanked by palms and lighted tapers in a pair of 7-branched candelabra.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lange, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, Mt. Pleasant, were the couple's attendants. Cecil Lange, the bridegroom's brother, and Kenneth Wiley, cousin of the bride, both of New London, were ushers. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Guy L. Redfern, of New London.
Her bridal attire was a white satin gown, fashioned with a marquisette yoke bordered with seed pearls, long sleeves pointed at the wrist and a long train. Her fingertip veil of double illusion was bordered with chantilly lace. Mrs. Lange wore mauve taffeta, made with sweetheart neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and a barrel skirt, outlined with mauve chantilly lace.
Mrs. Ogg chose a rose and beige crepe dress with brown accessories, and the bridegroom's mother was attired in a black print dress, with which she wore powder blue and black accessories Both wore corsages of talisman roses.
A 3-tiered wedding cake with a tiny bridal pair on top centered the bridal table at the reception in the church parlors. The cake was encircled by an arrangement of flowers and lighted tapers. Those assisting with the courtesies were Mrs. Kenneth Wiley, Miss Shirley Orndorff, Miss Patricia Farrington, Miss Doris Pease, Miss Marilyn Miller, all of New London, and Mrs. William Malcom, of Champaign, Illinois.
The couple left for a wedding trip, with the bride wearing a dressmaker suit of wine-colored wool, black accessories, and a corsage of white roses and pink carnations.
Mrs. Lange is a graduate of New London high school, and attended Stephens college, Columbus, Missouri. Mr. Lange, who was graduated from New London high school, and attended B.J.C. [Burlington, Iowa, Junior College], is a purchasing clerk with the J. I. Case Company in Burlington.
- Apparently they renewed their vows or were remarried in 1974.
- [S1283] Ogg, Thalen Redfern and Glen E. Lange - Marriage Announcement, (Originally published in The Burlington Hawk-Eye Gazette, page 6, October 13, 1947; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).
- [S1285] Lange, Thalen Redfern (Ogg) - Obituary, (originally published in The Hawk Eye, page 9A, July 25, 1995; Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa) (Reliability: 3).