BioA: Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Golden - 1982)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Neuman, Nelson, Luepke, Grandy, Anderson, Fenhaus, Grisham, Schaefer, Logan, King, Barnos

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/26/1982

Neuman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Golden – 10 November 1982)

Harold and Viola Neuman, 500 North Main St., Loyal, were honored Saturday, August 21, when their children were all home for an early celebration of their Golden Anniversary. Officiating at the 2:30 p.m. Mass at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church was the Revs. James Logan and Norbert E. King of Wausau, and Msgr. Barnes of Wahoo, Nebraska.

An early evening dinner followed at the Loyal American Legion with approximately 100 family, and relatives being seated. Following the dinner, the couple greeted guest and danced until midnight. A family reunion was held at the Lion’s Shelter in Loyal on Sunday.

Harold Neuman followed his father’s occupation at cheesemaker, earning his license as an apprentice after graduation from the Loyal High School in 1929. He was employed by the Borden Company for 43 years. His parents were Henry and Lottie Nelson Neuman and were living in the Town of Beaver when he was born on January 27, 1912.

He and Viola Luepke were married on November 10, 1932, in her parental home in Loyal. The Rev. W. Norman Grandy officiated. (Her attendant Hazel Luepke Anderson, of Winter, came for the celebration.) Her parents, August and Elizabeth Fenhaus Luepke were living in Spencer when she was born on December 24, 1901. After moving to Loyal, she graduated from the Loyal High School in 1930.

He was a member of the Loyal Volunteer Fire Department for 33 years. Both are members of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church where is she a member of St. Katherine’s Circle of the Altar Society, He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, 4th degree. They both like to fish. He is a handyman, and her pastime is sewing.

Their children are Jerry Neuman, Newcastle, Colorado; Jack Neuman, Marysville, California; Jean Grisham, San Antonio, Texas; Jan Neuman, Loyal; and Kay Schaefer, Loyal. Karen and Paul are deceased. There are also 23 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

The Neumans have spent the past eight winters in Phoenix, Arizona, where they have seasonal employment.



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