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Armbruster, Quentin & Miss Marguerite Blenderman, WEDDING 1926

ARMBRUSTER, BLENDERMAN

Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 3/29/2006 at 22:52:32

Armbruster, Quentin & Miss Marguerite Blenderman, 08 Jul 1926

Source: LeMars Sentinel newspaper
Dated September 7, 1926

WED IN LE MARS SECOND TIME
SECRET MARRIAGE HERE JULY 8, FINALLY ANNOUNCED TO FRIENDS OF COUPLE

According to the Sioux City Tribune the last chapter in the romance of a well known Trinity athlete and his bride, who were remarried two months ago, was staged in LeMars. The Tribune says:
Doubts and questions concerning the marital adventures of Miss Marguerite Blenderman, 4047 Madison avenue, and Quentin Armbruster, of Marcus, Ia., former Trinity college football player, are dispelled by the verifying Saturday of the report of their second marriage, July 8, at LeMars, Ia.

The couple arrived at the home of Rev. L. J. Cooper, pastor of St. James Catholic church, about 10 o’clock the evening of July 8, with a request that Rev. Father Cooper marry them, he said. Miss Theresa Allin and Frank Burg, both of LeMars were called in for witnesses, and the knot was tied. Returning to Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Armbruster maintained the strictest silence about the affair, even denying the marriage when questioned.

The couple last spring secured in district court here an annulment of their marriage a few days after it took place at South Sioux City, following a midnight elopement. A that time the bridegroom was a student at Trinity college and Miss Blenderman was working as a stenographer in a downtown office, where she is still employed. Mr. Armbruster spent the summer in Sioux City and in Marcus, Ia., his former home. Friends say he plans to enter Iowa university this fall for a medical course.


 

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