BioA: Schoettler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest  (Gold - 1956)


Contact: Audery Roedl


Surnames: Schoettler, Fravert


----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI 20 Sept 1956)


Schoettler, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ( 12 SEPT 1906)


An anniversary dinner and open house marked the Golden Wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoettler, Wednesday, September 12. Sixteen close relatives were present for the dinner which was served on a gold colored cloth covered table, decorated with a centerpiece of yellow roses and yellow candles.


Fifty yellow roses were distributed in bouquets about the rooms. A bouquet of yellow glads, mums and pompoms, a gift of the three grandchildren, also added to the interest of the decorations.


Many friends and relatives called during the afternoon and evening and expressed their congratulations with cards and gifts.


Present for the observance were their three children, Mrs. Leona Zeier of Wausau, Mrs. Evelyn Schweiger, Loyal, and Donald Schoettler, Green Bay. The three grandchildren, Nancy, Lionel and Dean Schweiger, were also present.


Two sisters of Mrs. Schoettler, Mrs. Lydia Warner, Racine, one of the original attendants, and Mrs. Anna Plath, also of Racine, were present; also two brothers, Otto and Albert Fravert of Greenwood.


A sister of Mr. Schoettler, Mrs. Edna Bartline, came from DePere for the celebration.


Other guests came from Racine, Cudahy, Green Bay, Wausau, DePere, Granton, Tomahawk, Greenwood and Loyal.


Mrs. Schoettler, nee Alvina Fravert, was born in the town of Warner, July 15, 1884, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fravert. She received her education in the rural schools of warner and lived there until her marriage to Ernest Schoettler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schoettler, Beaver.


He was born in the town of Beaver, on Aug. 23, 1882 and received his education there. Most of his life he has been engaged in farming.


Wedding rites for Alvina and ernest Schoettler were read by the Rev. John Schmaltz in the West Side Church, town of Warner, September 12, 1906.


After 38 years on a farm in the town of Beaver Mr. and Mrs. Schoettler retired from farming eight years ago and moved to Loyal. They are both affiliated with Trinity Lutheran Church.



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