Eileen Drugg and Albert Meyer maid of honor and best man
Donald Baedke and I'I Darlene Derscheid Wed A quiet wedding was solemnized in the Lutheran parsonage in Fort Dodige at 9 o'^ock Friday evening, Nov. 5, 1948, when Rev. A. W. SchwJd- der read the double ring service uniting uniting in marriage Donald Baedke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baedke of Pomeroy, and Miss Darlene Derscheid, Derscheid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl •Jacobson of Webster Oity. The bride wore a gray suit with black accessories and her coraage was of red roses. She was attended by Miss Eileen Drugg of Fort Dodge, who wore green wool with black accessories accessories and a red rose corsage. The bridegroom and Albert Meyer of Pomeroy, his .best man, wore business business suits and white carnation boutonnieres. boutonnieres. Both the mothers wore shoulder corsages. 'At the wedding, besides the wedding wedding party, were' Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baedke and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer and family at Fibmeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Michaelson of Webster City. For the banquet supper, several friends from For.t Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Geick of Pomeroy joined the party. Mrs. Baedke is a graduate nurse at Fort Dodge. Mr. Baedke gradu- ated from! Pomeroy high school, served two years in the U. S. Army, most of the time in Japan, and since his discharge has been farming with his father. After a weddinig trip Mr. and Mrs. Baedke will be at home with his parents parents west of Pomeroy.