BioA: Kulas, Mr./Mrs. John
(Gold – 1974)
Surnames: Kulas, Samon, Albrecht, Ziebell, Erickson, Dassow, Hiebel, Kuzenski, Johnson, Jurisin, Hoff, Molitor
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 24Oct 1974
Kulas, Mr./Mrs. John (Gold – Oct 1974)
Mr. and Mrs. John Kulas, Athens, celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, October 11, 1974 with a dinner and supper for family members at their home.
Present were their children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kulas and son Kevin, Abbotsford, Mrs. Theodore Kulas and family and William Samon, Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kulas and daughter, Cindy, and Mr. and Dave Kulas and family, all of Athens. Grandchildren and families present were Galen Kulas and friend of Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Albrecht and family, Athens, and Mr. and Mrs. Leander Ziebell and son Adam, Edgar. Also present were Mrs. Kulas’ sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Erickson, Dorchester.
The children of the celebrants presented them with a three tiered Golden Wedding Anniversary cake.
Unable to be present for the occasion was a daughter, Mrs. Lester (Christine) Dassow, Athens. A son, Theodore, passed away several years ago.
John Kulas and the former Rose Hiebel were married at St. John’s Catholic Church in Wuerzburg on October 14, 1924. After their marriage, they resided in the town of Johnson. Kulas was a woods worker and family. Mrs. Kulas is a homemaker, and for the past 14 years has been a nurses and at the Medford Memorial Hospital. She is still active in this capacity. They moved to the village of Athens a year ago.
On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Kulas entertained for dinner at their home in honor of their anniversary for Mrs. Catherine Kuzenski, Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, Mrs. Sue Jurisin, Mrs. Maggie Hoff and Mrs. Marie Molitor. The ladies are all co-workers of Mrs. Kulas at the Medford Hospital.
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