BioA: Oestreich, Mr. & Mrs. Frank (Gold - 1959) 

Contact: Betty Comstock


 Surnames: Oestreich, Ferguson, Bain, Dull, Sands, Ayer

  Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/12/1959

  Oestreich, Mr. & Mrs. Frank (Gold - 11 FEB 1959)

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oestreich celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with a quiet family dinner.

Frank Oestreich, the son of Adolph and Therese Oestreich was born in the town of Sherman, Jan. 22, 1887.  He received his education in what was then known as the Hall School, now known as the Taft District.  He was employed for 10 years by Joe Andraska who was engaged in building bridges.  For six years he worked in a cheese factory and for four years he worked for the city of Loyal.  He then went to work for O.W. Trindal, retiring in July 1952. 

Mrs. Oestreich was born July 30, 1888 at Hartford and came with her parents to Loyal when a small girl and has lived here since.  Her education was received in the Loyal Public School.

Mr. Oestreich has lived in this vicinity all of his life.  The health of Mr. Oestreich is good, Mrs. Oestreich fair.

The Oestreichs have five children.  Mrs. Harold (Lyla) Bain, San Diego, Calif., Neil Oestreich, Mrs. Vera Dull, Mrs. James (Nina) Sands and Mrs. Cullen (Mary) Ayer, of Loyal.  All were present for the family dinner on Wednesday with the exception of Mrs. Bain.  Mr. and Mrs. Oestreich have six grandchildren.

Many cards and gifts expressing friendship, esteem and good wishes for the anniversary couple were received by Mr. and Mrs. Oestreich.



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