BioA: Carteron, Olamp & Olive (1946)

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----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 09/1?/1946

Carteron, Olamp & Olive (13 SEP 1946)

Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) - Mr. & Mrs. O.L. Carteron celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Greenwood Sunday with a family dinner and supper. Bowls of gold roses, lilies, and gladioli decorated the home and a decorated the home and a decorated wedding cake formed the centerpiece of the table.

Mrs. Carteron, the former Olive Best, was born in Rutland, Wis., March 23, 1876, and her husband Olamp L. Carteron, was born in Montrose April 13, 1874.

Mr. and Mrs. Carteron were married at Belleville, Dane Co., Sept. 13, 1896. After their marriage they lived for sometime in Belleville, then lived in Iowa for a year before returning to Belleville.

In 1914, the Carteron family came to Clark County, settling on a farm north of Greenwood, where they lived for six years. They then moved south of Greenwood, where they lived for six years on a farm now occupied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Carteron. In 1928 the Carterons moved to the city of Greenwood, Mr. Carteron working as a farmer and stock buyer.

The honor couple have four sons, all of whom were present for the family celebration. Four of the six grandchildren also were in attendance. Guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Carteron and daughters, Lorraine and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carteron and son, Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Neale Carteron, all of Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Carteron and daughter, Coralie, Vesper. Their daughter, Una, died in April 1934.

The Carterons received gifts, floral bouquets, and congratulatory messages in observance of the event.



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