Endorf-Ideker Wedding 1946
Posted By: Janet M Schuldt (email)
Date: 7/15/2017 at 14:23:17
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, LeMars, Plymouth, Iowa Tuesday, August 20, 1946 Front page
Vera Ideker And Walter Endorf Wed Bride Member Of Pioneer Family
Walter Endorf of Jefferson, S. D., and Miss Vera Ideker of Merrill were married in Trinity Lutheran church in Lincoln township at 2:30 p. m., Sunday, August 18, the pastor, Rev. H. D. Stahmer, officiating. Miss Mildred Ideker was bridesmaid and the groom's best man was Martin Ideker. The bride, wore a dark horizon suit with black and white accessories 'and wore a shoulder corsage of red Delight rosebuds. Her bridesmaid wore a coral suit with black accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds
About fifty guests were present at a wedding reception as the bride's home following the ceremony for relatives and close friends. The decorations, in the home were garden flowers and a three layer wedding cake ‑‑‑‑‑ on the bride's table.
The wedding march was played by the bride's sister, Mrs. George Lau, and "The Lord's Prayer"., was sung by Ruth Stahmer, accompanied on the organ by Eunice Stahmer.
A three course wedding dinner was served by Miss Elna Grimjes and Mabel Schoenrock, Mrs. George E. Lau and Mrs. Roy Ideker, Miss Gladys Grimjes acted as dining room hostesses, assisted by Phyllis Lau, niece of the bride. Miss Marilyn Lau entertained with accordion music. '
The bride is a daughter of Herman Ideker of Lincoln and the groom is a son of Conrad Endorf of Ocheyedan. After a wedding trip to Long Lake, Minn., the young people will be at home, at McCooks lake. The groom is employed with the T. S. Martin company.
Among the guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grimjes and family and Mrs. Katherine Ideker of LeMars and Mr. and Mrs, George Griffits, Mr. and Mrs. Will Guinn, Dennis Endorf of Sioux City and Walter Endorf of Sioux City.
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