BioA: Klauer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul (60th - 1967)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Klauer, Kalsow, Molling, McGregor, Oleson

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/21/1967

Klauer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul (60th - 18 December 1967)

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klauer of Neillsville, and long-time residents of the Globe area, observed the 60th anniversary of their wedding quietly at their home Monday.

Mr. Klauer and the former Theresa Kalsow were married December 18, 1907, in Helenville, Jefferson County in the Lutheran Church. Their wedding ceremony was performed in the German language. Their wedding followed a meeting of the couple in Berlin while the then-Miss Kalsow was visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry (Anna) Klauer, who had married Mr. Klauer’s half-brother.

Attendants still living were W. C. Kalsow of Neillsville, Mrs. Margaret Milling of Marshfield and a sister of Mr. Klauer, Mrs. Sophie McGregor of Waukesha.

The Klauers lived for two years near Auroraville, when they moved onto a farm in the Globe area, where they remained for 40 years. Retiring from farming, they made their home for about 15 years over the old Globe Store before moving into Neillsville.

They are the parents of three children: Kenneth of Marion, Ill., Arnold of Milwaukee and Mrs. George (Violet) Oleson of Oconomowoc. There are nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

When asked the inevitable question of all people who observe 50 and more years of married life together, Mrs. Klauer smiled, but declined an answer.





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