BioA: Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto M. (40th - 1962)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Schultz, Lechner, Bean, Hemp, Stonek, Buettner, Perisius


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 6, 1962


Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto M. (40th - August 1962)


Mr. and Mrs. Otto M. Schultz observed their 40th wedding anniversary August 29 in Neillsville.  They were married in Immanuel Lutheran Church, Globe, in 1922, by the Rev. Mr. Perisius.  They were attended by Mrs. Helen Bean of Stratford and Irvin Hemp of Weston.


They farmed in the Town of Weston or 37 years, and moved to Neillsville three years ago. Their son, Howard and his family now operate the farm.


Mr. and Mrs. Schultz have five children: Wilbert of Comanche, Ia., Howard of Weston, Robert and Donald of Marshfield, and Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Lechner of Waukegan, Ill.  They also have 15 grandchildren.


Visitors during the week included: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz and family of Marshfield; Mrs. Robert Lechner and two children of Waukegan, Ill.; the Wilbert Schultz family of Comanche, Ia.; the Howard Schultz family of Christie; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stonek of Cudahy; and members of the Buettner families of Neillsville, Minnesota and Wisconsin.


Mr. and Mrs. Schultz are recuperating from injuries suffered in an auto accident a week ago near Lake Geneva.  They were on their way home from Waukegan at the time. The woman driving the other car was killed.  Mrs. Schultz went through the windshield of the Schultz car and received facial cuts and bruises.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Schultz spent a few days in an Elkhorn hospital.


The accident caused the cancellation of the 40th wedding anniversary and a family reunion planned for 90 relatives.



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