BioA: Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Silver - 1947)

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Surnames: Huber, Martin, Stapel, Tucker, Korntved, Staple, Martin, Taylor, Monthi

----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 06/12/1947

Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Silver – 8 JUN 1947)

Silver Wedding Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, June 8, when they entertained members of their immediate families at a dinner. In the evening about 75 relatives, friends, and neighbors gathered at the home.

The time was spent playing [unreadable] head, nine tables being in play. Mrs. Alvin Martin and Rev. A. C. Stapel received first prizes; Mrs. Edward Huber the traveling prize. Lunch was served.

Mrs. Huber’s mother, Mrs. Tillie Lynn Tucker presented her grand[unreadable], and Mrs. John Korntved presented the honored couple with decorated wedding cakes and Ju[?]y mo[?]er with a corsage.

The Rev. Staple gave a talk

Charles Huber and Lorraine Monthi were married Jun 8, 1922, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, north of Spencer. For a few years they lived on the Monthi farm, and since have resided in the village. They have two children, a son, Willard, who at present is at home but since his discharge from services has attended the University of Wisconsin, and a daughter, Mrs. Jerry Tucker, who resides here.

Guests from out of town attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Taylor and daughter, Dorchester.

The Record joins their many local friends in extending best wishes for many more years of happy wedded life.



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