Clipped From The Pomeroy Herald
KAREN ALIETS IS BRIDE OF ELDON F. ROSSOW Mr. anrl Mrs. Eldon F. Rossow ar<_ now at home at Rt. 3, Fort Dodge; following their marriage April 25. The bride is the former Karen Aljets, daughter of Mrs. F. C. Shinn oi Fort Dodge and the late Dave S. Aljets. Mr. Rossow is the son of Mr and Mrs. Eldo Rossow of Duncombc The ceremony was performed in St. John's Lutheran church near Vincent, the Rev. Paul Moll officiating. Mrs. Wilbert Dencklau was the organist and John Macek Jr. was vocalist for the afternoon nuptials. The bride wore a sheath gown oil Alencon lace and angel skin -peau de sole with a detachable train. The petal neckline was accented with seed pearls. Her floor length vei! fell from a ci'o'wn of pearls. She carried a white Bible, topped with £ white orchid, arranged with yellow roses in the ribbon shower. Miss Rita Hansen of Fort Dodge was maid of honor, and Miss Judy Messerly of Fort Dodge was bridesmaid. Their floor length sheath gowns were of light blue crystal fabric, with which they wore light blue pillboxes trimmed in lace. Marshel Rossow, the groom's brother, was best man. Dennis Aljets was the groomsman. Guests were seated by Lowell Rossow, brother of the groom, and Bruce Messerly and Dwight Porter. A receptior was held in the church parlors. The couple went on a wedding trip to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico. The bride graduated from Pomeroy Community high school and attended Fort Dodge Community college. She is employed at Quaker Oats. Mr. Rossow, a Fort Dod.ge high school graduate, also a'.tt-.uled Community college. He is an employee of Becker Florists.