BioM: Noah, Arlene (1960)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Noah, Stark, Egbert, Neilsen, Prust, Derth, Hoffmann, Melbringer, Liebzeit, Albert


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 29, 1960


Noah, Arlene (Marriage - 17 September 1960)


Miss Arlene Noah of Wauwatosa, and Robert Stark, White Sands, N. M. were united in marriage in Immanuel United Church of Christ at Greenwood, September 17.  The marriage vows were read by the Rev. Orval Egbert.


Mr. and Mrs. Emil Noah, Greenwood, are parents of the bride.  Mrs. Nels Neilsen, Pecatonica, Ill., is the groom’s mother.


The bride was escorted to the altar by her father.  Her street length bridal gown was of white lace over purple net.  Her veil of pale orchid silk illusion was held in place by a crystal aurora borealis crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white ’mums, pompoms and ivy.


Kathie Noah, Greenwood, was her sister’s maid of honor.  The two bridesmaids were Charlotte Prust, Waukesha, a friend of the bride, and Lorna Stark, Ogden, Utah, sister of the groom.


The groom chose his brother, Richard Stark of Pecatonica, Ill., as bestman. Groomsmen were Norman Noah, Oconto, a brother of the bride, and Kenneth Derth, Greenwood, cousin of the groom.


Charlene Hoffmann, Wauwatosa, was flower girl, and Val Hoffmann, Wauwatosa, was ringbearer for their aunt. Elmer Noah, Greenwood, brother of the bride, and Don Melbringer, Pecatonica, Ill., were ushers.  Sandra Liebzeit, cousin of the bride sang, "O Happy Home" and "The Wedding Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. Leona Albert.


Dinner was served immediately after the ceremony in the church parlor. A reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents for approximately 300 friends and relatives.  In the evening a dance was given at East Side Hall, Willard.


The groom is a graduate of the Owen High School and attended St. Cloud Teachers College in Minnesota, before entering the armed forces. The bride is a graduate of the Greenwood High School and was employed in Wauwatosa.  Mr. and Mrs. Stark at the present are at home at White Sands Missile Range, N. M., where he is stationed.



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