LUTTERMAN - BARKMEIER
a ceremony performed at St. Patrick Catholic Church at Hampton, Iowa,
Monday morning at 11 o'clock, Miss Alice Lutterman, daughter of Mrs.
Augusta Lutterman of Wellsburg, Iowa, became the bride of Raymond
Barkmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Barkmeier. Rev. John Ryan read the
marriage lines. Miss Marion Anderson, at the organ, furnished the
wedding music and accompanied the soloist, Miss Josephine Lombardo, who
sang Ave Maria.
bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Gerald Lutterman of
Wellsburg, chose for her wedding a white satin dress made with a fitted
bodice having long sleeves and a full skirt ending in a train. Her
shoulder length veil was of Alencon lace. She carried a bouquet of lily
of the valley, white orchids and carnations.
brides attendants were her sister, Mrs. William Parks of Rantoul,
Illinois, who wore a floor length gown of aqua brocade satin and carried
a bouquet of pink carnations, and Miss Marion V. Mendelson of New York
City, who wore an identical gown of pink brocade and carried a yellow
Following the ceremony, a breakfast was served at the Hotel Coonley to
the wedding party, relatives and friends.
Mrs. Barkmeier, who is superintndent of the Hampton Hospital, is a
graduate of the University of Iowa and New York School of Nursing at
Bellevue Hospital, New York. She served as a Navy nurse for two years
during the war stationed most of the time at Norfolk, Virginia.
Barkmeier grew up in Exeter, Nebraska and graduated from Exeter High
School with the Class of 1936. For a few years, he worked for his
brother, L. F. Barkmeier, in the Barkmeier's Store, then went to Iowa to
to become a salesman for a wholesale food company. Two years ago, he
with Francis Wullbrandt, also from Exeter, bought a grocery store in
Hampton, and later one in Sheffield, Iowa, which they continue to
Following a trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Barkmeier will make their home
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