Mrs. Milo Clemmensen Arnold Witts At Flandreau, S. D„ Rites of Relative Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Witt returned yesterday afternoon from Flandreau, S. D., where they attended funeral services Monday for Mrs. Witt's uncle, Ed Ehler.s, who died of a heart attack Wednesday night at his home. Mr. KhlcrH' body \vn« not found until Saturday evening. He was home alone at the time of his death, an his wife was visiting in Onawa, la. He had returned from Onuwa Wednesday. Manning relatives at the services included: George and Herman Ehlers, Mrs. Rosa Steen, Em 11 Ehlers and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ehlers. Delores E. Bruun, Milo Clemmensen Wed at Audubon AUDUBON (THNS) Delores Elaine Bruun, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Bruun, became the bride of Milo Clemmensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clemmensen, in a double ring ceremony at Our Saviour's Lutheran cnurch here Sunday afternoon. The; lie v. IQrhnrdt Nielsen, pastor, officiated. "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" announced the entrance of the bridal party. Delores Burtnett sang "Because" and Cameron Boss, "The Third's Prayer." Mrs. Lois Jean Rasmussen attended the bride as matron of honor. Paul Rogers .served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Robert Grotelnschen and Eldon Adams. * The bride wore a two-piece blue satin suit with white accessories and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white gardenias. She was given in marriage by her father. The matron of honor wore a gold satin dress and brown accessories. Her bouquet consisted of bronze-colored flowers. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held In the church parlors. * * * The bride and groom are graduates of Audubon high school. Mr. Clemmensen works for the Farmers Produce and his bride is a clerk at the A.B.C Credit corporation. After a short trip to Lake Okoboji, the couple will live at Audubon.