Kenneth Ringdahl

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Kenneth Ringdahl - Cocker-Ringdahl Exchange Vows At Pilot Mound...
Cocker-Ringdahl Exchange Vows At Pilot Mound CHATFIELD, Minn. -- Shirley 'Jean Cocker, daughter of Mr, and i Mrs. Rex Cocker of Chatfield, and | Kenneth Wayne Ringdahl, son of I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ringdahl, corah, Iowa, exchanged vows at ed Pilot Mound Lutheran Church July | and and Homer a reception to 1. 31. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. T. Severtson, Severtson, who had also baptized and confirmed the bride. Mrs. Ransome Bolson, Decorah, played organ selections before the ceremony and the traditional wedding wedding music. Miss Helen Bidne, Decorah, Decorah, was soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown fashioned of white nylon net over taffeta with a tucked sheer front yoke with ruffles. Her veil, edged with lace, fell from a crown of orange blossoms. Miss Inez Cocker, Chatfield, attended attended her sister as maid of honor and Miss Dea Dotta Olson, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Olson, Chatfield, was flower girl. Robert Ruhberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Del- I vin Ruhberg, St. Charles, was ring- I bearer. · Robert Rosenthal of Decorah was best man and John Finneseth, for baked Aug. are Ben grandchildren. Decorah, were ushers. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony, j U. S. Army. now at home at 509 W. Main St., Decorah. The bride is a graduate of Chatfield Chatfield High School and attended Luther College at Decorah. For the past two years she has taught near Castalia, Iowa. The bridegroom attended attended Decorah High School and served two and one-half years in Mr. Hiland they Rudolph Sacred the Ohio,

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  1. The Winona Republican-Herald,
  2. 19 Aug 1953, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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