BioA: Pieper, Mr./Mrs. Earl (50th - 1919)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: PIEPER ROLOFF RADLOFF

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 03/27/1919

Pieper, Mr./Mrs. Earl (50th - 16 MAR 1919)

GOLDEN WEDDING

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pieper celebrated the golden anniversary of their wedding Sunday March 16th at the home of their daughter, Mrs. P. Roloff. A half a century has passed since they were married in the Lutheran church in Town of Lebanon, Dodge Co. on March 16, 1869. Many things have happened during the long married life of the aged couple. Their friends joined them in rendering praise to Him from whom all blessings flow. Rev. E. Kemena spoke on the text 1 Sam. 7.12 and performed the ceremony. A social time followed enjoyed by all and a splendid supper was served. Of the seven children born to Mr. and Mrs. Pieper, all are living and all but two sons, who reside in Dodge Co. were present. Two sons and three daughters live in the town of Beaver and Unity.

Although old and gray, four brothers of Mr. Pieper came from a distance to help him celebrate. Fred Pieper of Hustisford, Ferdinand Pieper of Horicon, Wm. Pieper and wife of Burnett and Herman Pieper and wife with their son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Emil Radloff of Iron Ridge. It was a pleasure to notice how happy the brothers were to be together again and hear them tell of their experiences in life. The golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Pieper will long be remembered by all present. May it be their privilege to celebrate their diamond wedding anniversary.

 

 


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