BioA: Bloomfield, Mr. and Mrs. John (Gold - 1953)
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Surnames: Bloomfield, Long, Van Wie
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, Wis. 02 Apr 1953)
Bloomfield, Mr. and Mrs. John (Gold - 29 Mar 1953)
It was March 29, way back in 1903 when, on a beautiful Sunday, Miss Jennie Long became the bride of John Bloomfield.
On another beautiful Sunday, March 29, 1953, they celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary. The celebration was planned and put on for the Bloomsfield’s by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Van Wie, and their son, George Bloomfield.
A noon-time dinner was served to relatives and old neighbors, and many friends called during the hours of "open house" and during the evening. At least 150 guests were entertained during the day. Cards of congratulations, and many gifts were received by the Bloomfields.
Before their marriage Mrs. Bloomfield taught school and Mr. Bloomfield ran a creamery. Most of their married life was lived on farms, many of those years at Strongs Prairie. They spent one year in Washington and one in South Dakota.
For the past 15 years they have lived in or near Loyal. Since moving into the city with their son, George, have made a home for his three small children.
Two guests who attended the Golden Wedding celebration were also guests at the wedding in 1902. They were Mrs. Lettie Walker, Hancock, and Mrs. Ida Fry, Necedah.
Other out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Van Wie, Eagle River; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bloomfield, Dellwood; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snow, Raymond Snow and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clements, Madison.
Mrs. Theodore Long, Arleigh Long, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Long and children, Wild Rose; Mr. and Mrs.Emerson Cruckson and children, Dalton; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hafenbreadle, Woodruff; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bloomfield and family, Mrs. Bertha Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ostby, and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moore, Wisconsin Rapids.
Mrs. Clara Erickson and son, Orin, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Havorka, and Mr. and Mrs.Peder Olson, Arkdale; Miss Beverly Pasch and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haas, Marshfield; Floyd Olson, Waverly, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Morrow and children, Colby.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worden, and son Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Worden, Mrs. August Stabnow, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vogel, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Ystad, Greenwood.
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