BioA: Beyer, Mr./Mrs. A. (Gold Anniv - 1912)

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Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: BEYER

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 08/22/1912

Beyer, Mr./Mrs. A. (Gold Anniv - 17 AUG 1912)

Mr. and Mrs. A. Beyer, beloved and respected citizens of our village (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.), celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding on the 17th of this month. They had planned to celebrate the great event on a small scale, but their many friends had decided otherwise. Mr. and Mrs. Beyer were greatly surprise when on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. they were taken to the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Fuchs, where a large number of friends had assembled. A short service was held by Rev. Kemena at which all were asked to thank God for all blessings that He had bestowed upon the aged couple in the past fifty years. A snug sum of money in gold and a beautiful book were presented to them in remembrance of the day. Everyone congratulated and wished them many years of happiness. After a delicious supper had been served, several hours were spent in a social way. Some who attended had come a great distance, viz: Mr. and Mrs. Dulitz of Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Marquard, formerly residents of the town of Loyal, now of Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. Beyer from Greenwood.

After coming to America Mr. and Mrs. Beyer resided near Mayville, Dodge Co., Wis. for thirty years and since 1898 they have been residents of Loyal. That the remaining years of their life be full of peace and joy is the wish of all.

 

 


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