Fulda Free Press 2/16/1939 - "Young Couple Wed Here On Sunday - St. Paul's Lutheran church was the setting for a church ceremony at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon, February 12th, in which Miss Adella Gunderman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gunderman, became the bride of Edwin Lundeen, Rev. O.A. Soeldner used the double ring service and read the lines of the service. Ferns and flowers decorated the alter for the occassion.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Dorothy, as maid of honor, and by her sister, Miss Lucile, as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Albin Gunderman, a brother of the bride, and by Paul Neuber.
The bride wore a gown of white satin, made floor length, with a slightly flared skirt. The bodice was trimmed with chantilly lace on the long sleeves and yoke, with small buttons down the back. The neckline was square in front and finished with pearl clips; it was high and flared at the back neckline. Her long veil of tulle was edged with Spanish lace which also formed the cap. She carried a shower bouquet of white and pink roses and narcissus.
Miss Dorothy Gunderman wore a frock of pink taffeta, made floor length and finished with an Eton jacket and short buffed sleeves; she carried an arm bouquet of pink and white roses. The bridesmaid, Miss Lucile Gunderman, wore a frock of pale blue moire made on similar lines and wore a shoulder corsage of rosebuds.
The church choir sang, "The Lord Is My Shepherd," and Lohengrin's wedding march was used as the processional.
A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in the evening, and a wedding dinner served to relatives and close friends.
The groom who is a son of W. Lundeen of Worthington, has made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Gottfried Sandberg since the death of his mother a number of years ago. He has rented a farm seven miles south of Fulda where the young couple will begin housekeeping in the spring. The bride has been active and popular in Lutheran women..." NOTE: do not have rest of article