John H Knoles marries Doris Elshaus 15 Sept 1973 Minnesota

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John H Knoles marries Doris Elshaus 15 Sept 1973 Minnesota - Don's Elshaug is married Dons Marie Elshaug and...
Don's Elshaug is married Dons Marie Elshaug and John H, Knoles were married in a candlelight wedding Sept. 1 at we Assembly of God Church of Fergus Falls. The Rev. Walter Hatchner and the Rev. John Ward performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Elshaug of 912 Mt. Faith and Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Knoles of New Madrid, Mo. Mrs. Robert Ledbetter was organist and Dianne Hovland and Mrs. Walter Hatchner were soloists. Doug Ackerson served as guitar accompanist. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a floor- length gown she had fashioned of white lace double knit, and carried a bouquet of white pompons, pink roses and royal blue baby's breath. Rachelle Loven was her personal attendant. attendant. Sandra Elshaug was her sister's maid of honor, and Cheryl Cole and Ciela Ackerson were bridesmaids. Doretta Berger was flower girl. All wore floor-length dresses fashioned by the bride of royal blue crepe, trimmed with floral print, and carried colonial bouquets of daisy pompons, miniature carnations and baby's breath. The Rev. John Ward was best man, and Duane Elshaug, MR. awl MRS. JOHN K KNOLES and Dawn Berger, Diana Duckwitz, Duckwitz, Mrs. Gary Hendrickson, hr^ti,' "Tiu"!!"'! 0 c " :>llal| B, Mrs. Reuben Elshaug Lori Gourmet „_. .. „. ^ ^ UWiliaillCJl. David Elshaug, brother of the bride, was ring bearer Daryl Berger and Craig Elshaug ushered, and Shari Elshaug, sister of the bride, and Cheryl Berger were can- dlelighters. Honored guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Berger and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elshaug Sr., grandparents of the bride. A reception followed the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Berger and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Elshaug as hosts and hostesses. Mrs. Larry Hauge and Mrs. Barley Berger cut the cake, and Mrs. Albert Duckwitz and Mrs. Robert Picco poured. Others assisting were DeEtte Mmes. Reuben Lee, Milton Skolrud, Hilma Olson, Richard niwCkC tr\r\A ^ Lund, Harvey Kenyon, 9 IV6S TOOO O •D rVlllrrlop nnA D«,.»_ ByTOMHOGE APNewsfeatures Writer I-awrence Douglas and Bryon Loven. After a wedding trip to northern Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Knoles will be at home in Ellendale, N.D., where the groom is attending Trinity Bible Institute. Associated Events Showers were given July 17 by Mrs. Alfred Seltz Jr.; Aug. 17 by ladies of the Assembly of God Church; and Aug. 23 by the bride's aunts. A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents at the Holiday Inn Aug. 31 preceding rehearsal. The interest in international gourmet cookery that has snowballed in America since World War II has been equalled by a growing fondness for drinks of foreign origin — with one exception. Bourbon, the only spirit that can be made legally in the United States and no other country, is now the most popular whiskey in the world, according to a recent survey by an organization of distillers. This popularity apparently is

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  1. The Daily Journal,
  2. 15 Sep 1973, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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