BioA: Wolf, Mr. & Mrs. Frank (Silver - 1957)
Contact: Verna Quicker
Surnames: Wolf, Foat, Hug, King, Neuman, Breu, Schill, Rondorf, Phelps, Kowalski, Miller, Schmidt, Kehon, Eberling, Bagley, Marvin, Gardner, Maenner, Watson, Tremmel, Scherr, Brock, Manlick, Seymore, Rollins, Bymer, Kurz, Bangart, Braush, Ashbeck
Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/17 /1957
Wolf, Mr. & Mrs. Frank (Silver - 16 JAN 1957)
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf Observe Silver Wedding
Mildred Foat and Frank Wolf were married in St. Joseph’s Church, Waukesha, January 16, 1932.
Soon after their marriage they moved to rural Spencer, where they lived one and one-half years. They then purchased a farm in this same area where they lived for nine years. Almost 13 years ago they came to Loyal and purchased a farm in the city.
While residing here, they have operated the Wolf’s Guernsey Dairy. They have 14 children. Norman is married and has built his own home on the farm. Virginia is a pathologist in the laboratory section of St. Joseph’s Hospital, Marshfield. June is employed at the Norval Hug home. Irene works in the laboratory and office at St. Joseph’s Hospital. The rest of the children are at home.
The Silver Wedding was celebrated Sunday, January 13. High Mass with family communion was offered by the Rev. Father Norbert King at St. Anthony’s church. Dinner for 40 guests at the Wolf home was preceded by the blessing asked by the Rev. King.
In the evening a reception, dance, and buffet luncheon was held at Neuman’s Bar. Anniversary cakes decorated both the dinner and buffet tables.
Music was furnished by Richard Breu, Irene Schill, Grace Schill, and Peter Breu. A mock wedding furnished amusement for those present.
Many beautiful gifts and gifts of money were received by Mr. and Mrs. Wolf. Their children gave them a set of silverware with serving for twelve.
Among the guests from out of town were Mrs. Alfred Rondorf, Marshfield, the former Rose Wolf, maid of honor for the original wedding, and sister of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Emery Foat, Eagle, parents of Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Rudolph Phelps and Mrs. Stanley Kowalski, Waukesha, sisters of Mrs. Wolf, and her two brothers, Roland Foat and Scharol Foat, also of Waukesha;
Mrs. Dorothy Miller, Marshfield, Mrs. Gerald Schmidt, Neillsville and Mrs. Edward Schill, Auburndale, sisters of Mr. Wolf, and a brother, Gregor Wolf of Marathon.
Other guests who came from away were Mrs. Roland Foat, Mrs. Scharol Foat, Louis and Beverly Kowalski, Joe Kehon, and Ruth Eberling, Waukesha; Mrs. Margaret Bagley, Oxford; Kenneth Marvin, Evansville; Merlin Gardner, Granton;
Alfred Rondorf, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Breu, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolf, Marcie Maenner, Mr. and Mrs. George Watson, Mrs. Laura Tremmel, Mrs. Mary Scherr, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brock, Janet Manlick, and Mrs. Madeline Seymore, Marshfield.
Mrs. Gregor Wolf, Marathon; Gerald Schmidt, Neillsville; Edward Schill, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Breu, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schill, Art, Albert, and Irene Schill, Auburndale; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bymer, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Kurz, Mr. and Mrs. John Kurz, Spencer;
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bangart, Marilyn, and Joann, and Mae Braush, Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ashbeck and Mr. & Mrs. William Marvin, Greenwood.
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