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4 - THE HENDRICKS PIONEER, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1974 01son-0vall vows spoken In a candlelight service, Vicki Lynn Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orris Olson of Astoria and Paul MARTIN •vail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey •vail of Astoria were united in marriage Saturday, June 22, 1974. Pastor K. A. Knutson officiated the double ring ceremony at 8:00 p.m. in the Wood Lake Lutheran Church, Astoria, S.D. Nuptial music was furnished oy Mrs. John Trooien, who also accompanied Jeff Lovseth as he sang "For All We Know", "The Wedding Song", and "0, Happy Home". The bride, entering with her parents, carried a white Bible (gift of her parents) with an attached bouquet of pink baby roses; yellow, lavender, and white daisies, baby's breath, and pastel streamers. She wore a gown of polyester crepe with lace overlay on bodice, lace collar and long lace sleeves. The skirt was full with an empire waist and a narrow band accented with pearl rings, and a bow in back. The bodice was also accented with sequin butterflies. She wore a fingertip veil, which was attached to a crown of ribbon bows, daisies and tiny pearls, and also a detachable lace train. Her jewelry was a gold lapel watch, which was worn by her Grandmother Engesmoe 54 years ago at her wedding, and also a charm bracelet, which was a gift of the groom. Her personal attendant was her friend, Sheryl Hanson. Mrs. Janet Ness of Custer, the groom's sister, was matron of honor. Mrs. Diane Olson, sister-in-law of the bride, was a bridesmaid. Miss Margo Benson, cousin of the bride, was a junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns of lavender, yellow and green respectively, with tiny basket designs of a deeper shade. The gowns had ruffled skirts, puffed sleeves, bow sashes, and scoop necklines with lace trim. They wore picture hats, which matched their dresses, with ribbon bows, and heart shaped necklaces, which were gifts of the bride. They carried nosegay bouquets of assorted shades of daisies and ribbon streamers. Acolytes were Miss Nancy Sommervold and Miss Debra Benson, both cousins of the bride. They were dressed in identical gowns of blue and white gingham styled as that of the attendants. The flower girl and ring bearer were Brenda and Brian Benson, twin cousins of the bride. The flower girl wore a pink dress and hat styled the same as the other attendants and carried a tiny nosegay bouquet. The ring bearer wore a black tuxedo with a pink ruffled shirt. Keith OIson of Astoria, brother of the bride, was best man. Phillip •vail of Stillwater, MN, brother of the groom was a grooman. James Moeller of Custer, nephew Of the groom was a junior groomsman. They all wore black tuxedoes with ruffled shirts in pastel colors. The ushers were Richard Jorstad of Astoria, cousin of the groom and David Olson of Hendricks, cousin of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a rose colored floor length gown with plain bodice and flowered chiffon skirt and sleeves. The mother of the groom had an identical gown of blue. All the gowns that were worn by the bridal party, the mothers, and the bride, were made by the bride. Mrs. Phillip •vail had charge of the guest book. Corsages were pinned on by Mrs. Ronald Boone and Mrs. Kenneth Sommervold. Gift carriers were Tammie Engesmoe, Julie Sommervold and Diane Moeller. Gift openers were Darla Benson, Paula Boone, Monica Gordon and Sharon Kubica. A reception was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Engesmoe of Hendricks and Mr. and Mrs. Waldemor Stahl of Robinsdale, MN as hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Mark Ellerbroek and Mrs. Wayne Engelbretson served the punch. The cake was made by Mrs. Clarence Milton and cutting the cake were Avis Bergh and Mrs. Deane Sagmoe. At the silver service were Mrs. Ronald Weenink and Mrs. Fred Resmen. Others assisting were Patty Sommervold, Pare Engesmoe, Bernadine Resmen, Twyla Engesmoe, Karen Moffatt, Cindy Engesmoe, Mrs. Jerry Schwartzly, Mrs. Ron Tolrud, Mrs. Wally Ronne, Mrs. Garfield Sonde, Mrs. Bennie Tboreson, Gilma Reitan and Mrs. Morris Dollen. Both the bride and the groom are graduates of the Astoria High School. The bride is a graduate of Canby Vo-Tech and is employed at Olson Sales and Service at Astoria. And the groom is employed at the Hendricks Farmers Elevator. They are at home after a honeymoon to Lake Marie and parts of Minnesota. i i i _-- Astoria News by Mrs. Leonard Budahl l I II II IIII IIIII Weekend guests a week ago attend the Singsaas Lutheran Church 100th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bkke, Mrs. Mabel Mennis, Ft. Collins, Colorado, Mrs. Merle Bushman and girls, Hartford, at the James Peterson home S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Norman were Mrs. Joel Njus of Grande and Paul, Mr. and Madison, Wisconsin and Mrs. Mrs. Loren McKinney and Stan Peterson and Joan of Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Minneapolis. The ladies are Madsen and Chad, Mrs. Inga the former Irene and Mar- Belsner of White, Mr. and gery Johnson and came to Mrs. Walter Bakke, Cynthia Oeeeoeeoeoeee eeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeoeoooeeeeeoeeeeoe • i $1.49 : .: ° : : with this coupon: • • o e . HAND CLEANER ! • • " 28 OZ. • • : • Waterless cleaner in • : pump dispenser that : : meters out the lanolin- : : reinforced cleaner Use • • * before or after greasy : : iobs (F065-460) : • • o • •••eeeeeelpeeeoeeoeeoeeeee•eeoeee••e•eeooeeeeeeeesee HENDRICKS HARDWARE J l m II l l l l l i Maxham, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bakke and son, Sioux Falls, all attended the wedding of Joan Bakke and Douglas Stohr, at Marble Lutheran Church, Canby, Saturday night. Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bakke, Canby. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bakke and family, Pierre, S.D. also attended. The Astoria Legion Auxil- iary meets July 9th at 2 p.m with a pot luck picnic at the Astoria park. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lunde and family of Sioux Falls were weekend guests at the C. J. Lunde home and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wen- del Lunde and family of Watertown were visitors. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leland Budahl and Julie entertained the follow- ing for Mrs. Charles Engel- stad for her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Engel- stad, Cynthia and LuWayne, Mrs. Bertha Gilbertson and Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hogie, Miss Betty Barkve, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engel- stad and Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Budahl, Margo an Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Budahl, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Biery and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mickelson and Ber- nita. A group of ladies called on Miss Martha MeClard in Estelline on Friday afternoon for a belated birthday party. Mrs. Georgia Hicks was a supper guest at the Orris Olson home on Thursday evening. Mr. Douglas Anderson of Minneapolis a nephew of Mrs. Elsie Ruttum called on her Thursday at her home. Mrs. Linnie Budahl visited with Mrs. Mabel Mennis at the Elmer Bakke home on Friday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Vick and family had a picnic dinner at the Hole-in-the- Mountain at Lake Benton on Sunday. Mrs. Alma Morud of Old- ham, S.D. and Mr. Morris Morud of Sioux Falls were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Leonard Budahl home and also at the Leland Budahl home rural Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Budahl called on Mrs. Herb Hatlestad Sunday afternoon and were late afternoon and supper guests at the Oscar Ekern home in Brandt re- minding Mrs. Ekern of a birthday that day with other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Budahl called on Mrs. Inga Peterson in Hendricks on Thursday evening. Mrs. Verona Rogness Schiller of Dover, Delaware and Mrs. Anna Rogness spent last Monday evening with Mrs. H. Hinderaker. Mrs. Schiller had been judging music contests in Mason City and two other places in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fick- bohm and Carrie Ann of Sioux Falls were weekend guests at the Norman Overby home and also attended the Engel- stad-Crowser wedding on Saturday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Mabel Mennis, Ft. Collins, Colorado, left on Saturday evening for Sioux Falls to visit with relatives and friends before leaving for her home in Colorado. Mrs. Pearl Martin visited with Mrs. Georgia Hicks on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cherry Nel- son attended the wedding of Judy Jurrens and Jim Mac- Kenzie at White on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Lovseth left on Thursday for Denver, Colo. to visit their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bickett. Miss Opal Lovseth accom- panied by Miss Myrtle Hogie went to Sioux Falls on Monday where Myrtle will receive more treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Budahl and girls of Sank Centre, Minn. visited at the Leland Budahl home Saturday fore- noon to call on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engelstad and Nathan Charles. Mrs. Audrey Limberg of Clear Lake and Mrs. Dick Overby were Saturday after- noon visitors at the Norman Overby home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Anderson of Canby were evening callers. Grandson Mark Schwartz has been staying with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. eferd Milton from Thurs- :until Monday during the vacation of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schwartz of Clarkfield, Minn. Dinner guests at the James Peterson home a week ago Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peterson, her brother Arnold Knutson and 5 nieces and nephews and families: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson of Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. Lyell Wayland of Ivan- hoe, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Stahl of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Borud and family of Galesburg, N.D. Another nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson of Olivia, Minn. arrived in the afternoon for the couple's anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saeger of Brandt and Thomas Skofteland were also dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grand• and Paul, Mrs. Loren McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Madsen and Chad, White, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bakke and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Jensen, Canby, Joan Bakke, St. Paul, Clayton Bakke, Pierre, S.D., Mrs. Mabel Mennis, Ft. Collins, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stensland, Hanna, Alberta, Canada and Olmen Stensland, Edmond- ton, Alberta, Canada, all were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bakke, Astoria, on Tuesday evening in Astoria. The Stensland's were leaving for their home on Wednesday morning having spent the night at the Bakke home. Clayton Bakke, Pierre, was also an overnight guest there. Mrs. Mennis also spending some time at the Bakke's. Mr. Rueben Johnson came on Saturday morning to bring Mrs. Linnie Budahl back to Sioux Falls with him where she will spend a few days and to visit her brother Arney who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Sioux Falls. The Astoria Community club will meet July 10th Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. The Deuel County Sheriff, Highway Patrol and States Attorney will be present to discuss additional law en- forcement for our commun- ity. Mrs. Bertha Johnson was admitted to the Hendricks Hospital on Tuesday evening and remains a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ekern of Brandt visited at the Leonard Budahl home Tues- day evening. Pastor and Mrs. K. Knut- son, Dr. John Knutson de- parted Wednesday for North- ern Minnesota, up by their lake cabin to spend a couple days. Pastor Knutson's ar- rived home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stensland and son Olmen were callers Tuesday evening at the C. J. Lunde home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jerde and son of San Diego, Calif. and parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jerde of Aberdeen, S.D. visited on Wednesday with Mrs. Hoseas Hinder- aker. Mrs. Annie Vick, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Vick Jr. and family of Cottage Grove, Minn, Michael and Michelle Vick of Redwood Falls were Satur- day evening visitors at the Darwin Vick home. Mrs. James Peterson and Kathy and Mrs. Lawrence Saeger of Brandt drove to Brookings on Tuesday where they presented the program for the Radio broadcast on KBRK, "The Christian Women's Hour". Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bakke and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grande attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house Sunday afternoon at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church fellowship hall, Lake Benton, Minn. for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bushman, Elkton, S.D.. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bushman and girls, Hartford, S.D. were also in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Budahl and girls of Sauk Centre, Minn. spent the weekend at the parental Leonard Budahl home and also attended the Brinkman-Hulsebus wedding at the Leganger Church on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hin- deraker and family of Mah- tomedi, Minn. spent the weekend with Mrs. H. Hin- deraker as they were on their way to a vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hinder- aker of Watertown were Saturday afternoon luncheon guests. Mrs. Georgia Hicks at- tended an alumni banquet of Deubrook School at White on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Valgean Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Grog Overby, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Overby and Mr, and Mrs. Craig Fickbohm entertained their parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Overby to supper at the Knotty Pine at Elkton for their 31st wedding anniver- sary on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lenvik were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sim- mons and Nancy of White were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Adolph Aaberg home. Mr. and Mrs. James Peter- son, Kathy and Betty were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Saeger home of rural Brandt. In the afternoon they all took part in a de- votional program in the Good Samaritan Home in Clear Lake. Mrs. Merle Bushman and girls of Hartford, S.D. spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bakke. Karen Bushman re- mained for a longer visit. piano solo by Kathy Petcrson. Lawrence Saeger. A beautiful Mrs. Lawrence Saeger gave a bouquet of red roses, with reminiscence of the couple's "50" in gold letters, was wedding from news accounts brought for the occasion by of 50 years ago This was the couple's nephew and followed by piano selections  family, the Herman Boruds of by Betty nd.Jhne Peterson . Galesburg, N.D. Guests were and a vocal .,duet by Mr. and from Astoria, Hendricks, Mrs. James Peterson. Following the program the guests enjoyed visiting with each other and the honored couple both in the home and out on the lawn. Punch was served by Kathryn Peterson and Jody Nelson; Betty and Jane Peterson were in charge of the guest book and thank yous. Julie Nelson served extra coffee to the guests. At the serving table, Mrs. Dan Nelson, niece of the honored couple, served cake and Ivanhoe, Olivia, Windom and Minneapolis, Minn.; and Galesburg, N.D. Later that day a phone call came from a nephew and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Kermit Almos of Oak Brook, Illinois. A French visionary named Catherine Theot declared that Robespierre was the Messiah. Itpaysto shop i WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY EUGENE H ELVIG LAKE" BENTON MINNESOTA ££ Rosenthal coffee was served by Mrs. Hhewasuilh)ti,,edin 1795.  eeee•eoooeegoeoee•oeoooooooeoooooo oQe laid to rest : FREE Drawing : one package Chuckles : . ' ..with purchase of any ." .... bag of popcorn Funeral services were held on Saturday, June 29 at 2 p.m. at the Grace United Metho- dist Church for Edward E. Rosenthal, age 72, the Rev. Robert James officiating. Mr. Rosenthal passed away at the Hendricks Hospital on June 26, 1974, following a short illness. Allan Rosenthal sang a vocal solo, accompanied by Mrs. Bernard Rosenthal. Mrs. Carvel Asbjornson was the organist. Pallbearers were Alphons Lundberg, El- don Felton, John Kamstra, Wesley Kurth, Marvin Dorn and Clarence Juenke. Burial was in the Hendricks Ceme- tery. Ed was born at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin on October 2, 1901 to Frederick and Minnie (Felsner) Rosenthal. As a youth of 16 years, Ed began working in lumber camps in Wisconsin. He developed a lifelong interest in lumbering which led him into construc- tion work which took him throughout the midwest and southern United States. It was while working on a construc- tion project on Riverview Hospital in West St. Paul that he met Gladys Stegner who was a nurse there and whom he married on June 4, 1932. They lived first in Boyd, Wisconsin where Ed worked in a hardware business. In 1935 he began working as a field technician with the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the area around LaCrosse, Wisconsin. In 1942 he moved to a farm south of Hendricks and engaged in farming until 1962. He then became manager of the Hendricks Farmers Lumber Company and retired from that position in 1965. Ed was an active member in his church, a leader for several years in 4-H and other community affairs. He served as a board member of both the New Grove and Hendricks Public Schools, the Shipping Association, Co-op. Oil Co., Farmers Elevator Assn. and Hendricks Lumber Company. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, three sons; Gordon of Clear Lake, Iowa, Robert of Hendricks and Roger of Corvallis, Oregon; seven grandchildren; four brothers his twin brother Carl, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Christ, Chippewa Falls, Henry, Milwaukee, Wis., Frederick, Cadott, Wis.; and one sister, Ruth (Mrs. Harold Toy) of Shelburne Falls, Mass. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, Clara and Tina and one brother, Ernest. Petersons observed 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peter- son of rural Astoria observed their 50th wedding anniver- sary on Sunday, June 23, with an open house at the James Peterson home. About 90 people attended, including 6 nephews and nieces and their best man, Arnold Knutson. The program consisted of a piano duet, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring", by Betty and Jane Peterson, devotions by Pastor Harold Bailey, a CANB¥ THEATRE thurs.--Fri.--Sat. July 4, 5, 6 Desi Arnaz Jr. in a fine western ..... 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