Bio: Pribnow, Grace Mildbrand
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----Source: Mrs. Grace (Jack) Pribnow, Sr., Clark County Press, Neillsville (written bef. 2007), WI, Transcribed by Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon.

Surnames: Pribnow, Mildbrand, Nelson




I have lived in Loyal about 12 years and in Clark County 47 years.


My husband is in the insurance business and my son and I have a small restaurant.  We also have a daughter and three grandchildren.


During the summer months our whole family spends a great deal of time outside, most of the time itís fishing.  My particular hobby is gardening.  I raise about 10 bushels of tomatoes, all kinds of vegetables and have a strawberry patch.  My greatest enjoyment comes from my flower garden.  I raise all kinds but the best of all of them are my gladiolus and dahlias of all sizes and colors.


Mrs. Grace (Jack) Pribnow, Sr.

Loyal, Wisconsin




Note: Grace Irene Mildbrand was born on Dec. 23, 1930, in Medford, to Edward and Ella (nee Nelson) Mildbrand. She was raised and received her education in the Medford area and graduated from Medford High School in 1949. She attended beauty school in Eau Claire for one year and opened a beauty shop in Athens upon her graduation. She married John "Jack" W. Pribnow on May 20, 1961, at the United Methodist Church, Loyal. They resided in Loyal and she opened a beauty shop on Main Street. She sold the beauty shop in 1970. They purchased the shoe store and she operated that for a few years. After selling the shoe store, she worked at the grocery store until retiring. They moved to Cornucopia in 1990 and have resided there since. She was a former member of the Eastern Star and had many interests, but especially enjoyed playing cards, visiting casinos, her morning coffee with the gals, gardening and cooking.



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