The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 2
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flu.) D* «»,l + i «? M/ss fcahlhciuser Weds Judy Kay Dahlhauser became the bride of Archie Luvern Umbrell, Jr. in a ceremony Wednesday morning, Nov. 8, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Tne bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser of Algona and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs, Archie Umbrell, Sr., Ayrshire. ;Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony Sister Mary Arthur was organist and the St. Cecelia's girl's choir Scfng. -*irs. Duane De Roos was ma- trtin of honor . and the bridcr gcoom was attended by 'his twin brother, Arthur Umbrell of Laurens. John Dahlhauser and Mar- vijn Umbrell were ushers. Relative Dies The bride wore a gown of imported white Chantillyl lace over n<Jt over taffeta. The molded bodice was styled with long sleeves and pearled and sequined Sa- brma neckline. The very full tklrt was fashioned with a back panel of lace over ;tullfe and Jwang into" a chapel train. Her veil was fingertip length, mantilla styled of imported chantll- ly-lace.-Her flowers were pinl? and white roses. A reception for 175 guests wns held at 10 a.m. at the Knights of Columbus hall. Shirley Fallme registered the guests " arid Mrs James Williams was in charoi- of the gifts. Mrs. William Meyer poured coffee, Lola Anderson cut the cake and Vicki McConnen Vickie Dahlhauser and Jolenr Dahlhauser, cousins of the bride were waitresses. A dinner /or .in immediate relatives was served at one o'clock at the Johnson House. The bride is a graduate of Al gona high school and has bcoi employed at Rusk Drug store foi the past four years. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ayrshire high school and served two year in the army, lie is employed a' Spencer. Mr. and Mrs, Umbrell are 01 a two week wedding trip ii southern states, after which they will live at Spencer. (UDM Engraving) LuVerne —. Funeral service for Garth Ellsworth Roth, 72, o McGrath, Minn., were held Mon day, Nov. 6, at the Calvary Pres byterian church rat v McGrath Rev. Dean W. Carlson officiated M r i Roth .was born Aug. 27 1B89 'on- a farm near Algona where he was reared and grew •f° manhood. He died; .Nov. 3 1961. Survivors are his,wife, the former Clara Schultz, the daughter of Mrs. Mary Schultz, Lu- Verne, and the late Joe Schultz one son, Harlan and four grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Roth and two granddaughters: visited Mrs Schultz, earlier in the, year. Attend -Funeral Mike Hinz,-'sons, Hen*y,« Walter, ptr. and Mrs. Arnold Hinz Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Hinz attended the funeral of Mrs Howard Blakefield at Armstrong Sunday, Mrs. Blakefield a niece of Mrs. Mike Hinz died at an Estnerville hospital Wednesday She is survived by her husband a fifteen year old son and eleven your old daughter. Mrs. Georgia Barton was admitted Friday to Mercy hospital i-ort Dodge, after a slight heart attack in her home. Mr. and Mrs. James Sloter anct Danny of Forest City were weekend visitors in the parental William Prior home. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Foresc! and David of Fort Dodge were Saturday visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliff,. Mr and Mrs. Vcrnon Davidson' of Adel were weekend visitors ol his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. visitors in the Phil REFINANCE YOUR HOMf LOAN HERE* SOMi-J-nMES wo com<i a croptwr with «o inany JlnaneiiU prolilc.iria to s«: to. On*.' solution Is to refmuncf. your hoHie l<wi with us. We can draw up a now home loan which is better suitod to your present needs arid your present budgt-t. Stop in and speak to a Jiome Jorui officer tJii.s week, llu'll give you complete details on refinancing your juwie loan with us. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY sen, and her neph«$ Mf. an Mt^ Dat^l Burthi ttf Stoux Palls Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips of StewaHvlUe, Minn., were Sunday visitors 0 £ Mr. and MM. Hugh Shirkt Mr. and Mft. Jack Lewatte of Port badge fisited Sunday witf her nurthef, Mrs. tint* Rogers, Mf. and Mrs. Date firaynard and Coliii of Pomcroy «rere weekend Visitors ytith their-par- fents, the Glen JSraynards and Van Hattsen. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stoddart* and girls of Fort Dodge wfcre Sundriy visitors of his mother, Mrs/ Mafie Stoddard and his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Hood. Wayne Pergande of San Antonio, Texas visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande the past week. Wayne, a cross country semi-trucker Was! suffering with infection in the'inde* fiajliv,.of fife right hand stpea ovef for medication. Mr. arti Mrs. Elmer Richard son and Don of Slater were Sunday visitors with her sister, t?ie Albert Schneiders. Margene Merkle, her . roofa- mate Lynn Scheiertnan of Sifat* ton, Colo., students at Westfnar College, Le Mars, were weekend quests in the parental Fred Mettle home. ( n Mr,,and Mrs, Wayne Mflrty md children Of Le Mars and Marie Kay Marty of Kalohd were Weekend visitors with their-J»ar* ents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Marty. , , Mr, and mrs. Virgil Stark of £ Joxholm tyere Sunday guests of icr cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred' iferkle. He came "for some hunting. ' Mr. and Mrs'. Arthur Ramus of' Des Moines" visited their son Mr nd Mrs., Gerald Ramus and fill. y Suhday.f , } - , Mrs. Phtt I/ehty wenf Sun- ay to Siojlk Falls, S. D,, W vis* kndstiis^ ^ il.it *4 ^ * 1 -^Atf- .1 t-2* Oil, "Sit &., tijimmMm $ i WHS* J 'ttj4M*"«£&ga^ ^ "•*•" fmjuaf& fuoz noiiiEf^\wpiTP „ -Meivte ^wmw mi Be Leo !ronebei t gdj',.tn& Lestef Jsrence Hln2S ; o^*.» Ii; ^Sunday overnight ''< *e Mike HiM, ' - ~ ^* M * s ;' F ^* 1 l'? = ^ e &W l > i t^ ar Lake, Minn. Mri? DlieHM. 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