BioA: Hebert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Gold - 1942)
Surnames: Hebert, Aebert, Lester, Cole, Bernet, Ewert, Brewer, Nouse, Burswick, Williamson, Wix
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 10/15/1942
Hebert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Gold – 05 OCT 1942)
Fiftieth Anniversary Observed October 4
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebert Were Married Fifty Years Ago; Now Reside in Stratford; Well Known Here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hebert celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner and open house at their home in Stratford on Sunday, Oct. 4. Sixty guests attended the dinner served at a flower-appointed table centered with a large wedding cake. Mr. Hebert was born in Fond du Lac county Nov. 18, 1869 and came to Marathon county with his parents when he was six years old. Here he later met and married Florence Aebert, who was born in the county Nov. 15, 1872, at Colby Oct. 5, 1892. Until 1932 when they moved to Stratford, they resided on a farm. Three of their eight children are living: Mrs. Earle Cole of Neenah; Charles Hebert Jr. of Joliet, Ill. and Leo Hebert of Unity. There are 18 grandchildren.
Among the guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lester of Campbellsport; Mrs. Carl Cole and children, Florence and LeRoy of Neenah; Mr. and Mrs. David Hebert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hebert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bernet, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ewert, Mrs. Ida Ewert and son, Wm., Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Hebert and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brewer, all of Unity; Mrs. Lawrence Hebert, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hebert, Misses Esther and Genevieve Hebert, Anton Nouse and Walter Hebert of St. Paul, Minn.; A. L. Burswick and William Williamson of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wix of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hebert of Chili and Mrs. Louis Hebert of Granton. Mr. and Mrs. Hebert were the recipients of many gifts from their relatives and friends.
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