BioA: Lavandowska, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth (Golden - 1977)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Lavandowska, Rollins, Mead, Schultz, Polzin, Bourget, Roycraft, Stiemke, Greeler, Turner, Buck

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/07/1977

Lavandowska, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth (Golden - 30 June 1977)

Friends and relatives gathered June 30 at Lake Holcombe Town Hall in observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of Helmuth and Vera Lavandowska, former Clark County residents now making their home in Titusville, Fl. The open house was given by the couple’ daughter, Joyce. A beautiful anniversary cake was made and decorated by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert Rollins.

Helmuth Lavandowska and the former Vera Rollins, both Clark County natives, were married June 30, 1927, at Bessemer, Mi. After their marriage, they farmed in Clark County for over 40 years before retiring. They are members of the Senior Citizens Club of Lake Holcombe.

The Lavandowskas are parents of a daughter, Mrs. James (Joyce) Mead of Titusville, Fl. A son, Leroy, is deceased. There are six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Among those attending the anniversary observance were the following relatives, Mr./Mrs. Robert Rollins and Mr./Mrs. Duane Rollins of Marshfield; Mr./Mrs. August Schultz and Mr./Mrs. Elvin Schultz of Cadott; Mrs. Howard Polzin, Mrs. Don Bourget and Mrs. Lloyd Roycraft of Chippewa Falls; Mr./Mrs. Ted Stiemke and girls and Mr./Mrs. Erland Greeler of Neillsville; Mr./Mrs. Victor Turner of Wisconsin Rapids; Mrs. Sadie Buck of Kendall; Mr./Mrs. James Mead of Florida.

From another page: A number of local people attended the golden anniversary of the Lavandowskas from the Christie and York areas: Mr./Mrs. Alvin Lavene, Mrs. Hattie Forman, Mrs. William Carstensen, Mr./Mrs. Herman Seebandt, Mr./Mrs. Jack Ratsch, Mr./Mrs. William Kurasz, Mr./Mrs. Arnold Halle, Donald Holt, Mrs. Lisle Armitage, and Mr./Mrs. Leon Metcalf. After the open house, these guests were invited to the Lavandowska home for supper and refreshments, and quite a number of these guests spent the evening there also.



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