Bargenquast, Mr./Mrs. Hugo (Gold - 1963)
Surnames: Bargenquast, Haenagen, Hoffman, Berenz, Green, Smith, Zarnoth, Bahrs
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/21/1963
Bargenquast, Mr./Mrs. Hugo (Gold - 25 NOV 1963)
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Bargenquast of Abbotsford celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday. The children and grandchildren of the honored couple joined them for a 7 o'clock dinner at the Club Florena, Medford, after which they all spent a social evening at the Bargenquast home at 511 Butternut St.
Mrs. Bargenquast wore a royal blue dress for the occasion and had a corsage of pink roses and white and gold carnations. A specially decorated cake centered the dinner table.
The celebration was held early to enable all of their family to be present.
Ida Haenagen and Hugo Bargenquast were married Nov. 25, 1913 at New Holstein, Wis. They lived on a farm there for five years, after which Mr. Bargenquast worked for a year in a foundry there. They then came to Milan and operated a farm until 1943, when they moved to Abbotsford. Mr. Bargenquast served as street commissioner for the village of Abbotsford for seven years. Another seven years he worked at Streckert Mfg. Co., Inc., and since then is retired.
Mr. and Mrs. Bargenquast share the hobby of fishing. Mr. Bargenquast also enjoys hunting, gardening, and caring for the yard.
The Bargenquasts have three children, Ralph and Elmer of Abbotsford, and Mrs. Edmund (Sadie) Hoffman of route 1, Colby. There are six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Bargenquast has five sisters: Mrs. Andrew (Rose) Berenz of Mt. Carrany, Miss Bertha Haenagen of Fond du Lac, Mrs. Elmer (Frances) Green and Mrs. Ann Smith of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Emil (Mary) Zarnoth of Chilton.
Mr. Bargenquast has one sister, Mrs. Ed (Emma) Bahrs of New Holstein and three brothers: George of New London, Clarence of New Holstein and Edward of Milwaukee.
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