Donna Balgeman Bargman weds
difficult the rather than troubles the labor by so- Miss Balgeman Weds At 7 o'clock Sunday evening at the Peace Lutheran church, Wet Bend, took place the wedding of Donna Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman, of West Bend, to Robert W., son of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Bargman. Rod: man, the Rev. E. E. Greene of- ficiatmg in a double-ring ceremony. Decorations were baskets of flowers arranged by Mrs H. W Balgeman. The biide was, g i v away by her father. Tom Roben- berger sang the Lord's Prayer, and Shirley Miller and Tom hang the wedding prayer , The bride was gowned in nv- i Ion tulle ovei satin, with angel- \ving sleeves and Venice lare trim; she wore a finger-tip veil trimmed with pearl, and carried a white orchid on a small white Bible. Maid of honoi v, as Jean Balgeman and bridesmaids were Jo Ann Meyer, Mary Karen Bargman, Laura Ward, and Lee Ann All wore identical gowns ith matching pic- Wall ture nats and came d fans v, ith I clustered flowers | Jim Bargman"was best man. ] a n d g l 0 omsmen u e i e Frea Huc- aet ka. Ray Heath, E a t l e and Sidne\ Anhkei Follouing the ceremony a reception was held at the West u r , Bend Legion Post's, clubrooms pays? , over , of I i lis- ] i or i It s so pay Janet Balgeman v. as in charg.' of the guest book. Mrs.. Ethol Grmg cut the wedding cake, and in charge of gifts were Mesdames Bermce Holler and Elaine Km- seth The bride and gioom left foi a short honc\moon. They u i l l at homo in an apartment on East Call street. Algona The hi ido. a gi aduato of the West Bond high school, has been assistant in tho dental office of Dr R C Dowel Tho groom w is e n t e r i n g tho employ of Pioneoi company at Algona, is a g r a d u a t e of tho Rodman Â°ch(iol and a 1052 g i a d u a t Buona Vista college. Stoim Lake, v n n a B \ decree Tho brid'j w i l l continue in present employment.