BioA: Sternitzky, Mr./Mrs. William (Golden - 1938)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Sternitzky, Laesch, Davidson, Knuf, Jens, Wacker, Ure, Krause, Martin, Johnson, Knoll, Garbisch, Opelt, Lautenbach, Breseman, Wesbroker, Williams, VanRyn, Hern, Angelo, Bienekc, Selves, Arndt, Ross, Seipel, Moh, Stry, Boorks, Jen, Fredrick, Windfeldt, Reidel, Grassmans, Anding, Gotter, Nickel, Brooks, Rach, Hasz, Ross, Kutsche, Hankey, Helm, Altenburg

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 28 July 1938

Sternitzky, Mr./ Mrs. William (Golden - 25 July 1938)

Mr. and Mrs. William Sternitzky of Lynn entertained more than 45 guests at a festive dinner Sunday in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. All of their children were present during the day, as were a large number of neighbors who came to pay their respects. During the afternoon Rev. Arthur Laesch spoke briefly on the memories of their years of married life, following which those attending presented the happy couple with a gift.

William Sternitzky of Lynn and Ella Davidson of West Bend were married by Rev. W. Knuf July 25, 1888. Mr. Sternitzky was born in Lynn May 28, 1865, and is one of the most widely known and respected pioneer of the district, having established and maintained one of the finest farms in the surrounding country. Mrs. Sternitzky was born January 3, 1869.

Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sternitzky, Norbert and Gilbert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jens, Carl Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wacker of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sternitzky, Emeline and Done, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sternitzky, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ure and family, Addis Krause and family, Mrs. Anna Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnson, Genevieve and Fern, of Auburndale; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sternitzky and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Knoll and Caroline.

Among other friends and relatives were: Mrs. Arthur Laesch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Garbisch of Granton; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Opelt and family, Louis Lautenbach and family of Levis; Robert Breseman and Paul Martin families, Mrs. Emma Wesbroker, Mrs. Mary Sternitzky, Mrs. Susie VanRyn and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hern and Betty of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Angelo of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bieneck, Miss Edna Selves and Mr. and Mrs. August Arndt of Neillsville; Arno Ross and family and LeRoy Seipel of Eau Claire; Mrs. Dora Moh and family, LaVerne Stry of Granton; Charles Brooks of California; Genevieve Jen of Rice Lake; Miss Amelia Fredrick, Plymouth; Mrs. John Windfeldt, Waupaca.

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reidel and son, Alvin Grassmans, Charles Anding and family, Ed Sternitzkys and Erwin, Fred Sternitzkys and Otto, Elmer Gotter and family, Arno and Selma Gotter, Mr. and Mrs. Dank Nickel, the Louis, Oscar, Alvin and Rudolph Sternitzky families, Herman Jensens, Oscar Johnsons and Harvey, Glen Martin, Clark Brooks and Lois; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rach, Mrs. L. Rach, Henry Sternitzkys, the Herman Hasz and Fred Ross families, Mrs. Katie Kutsche, Viola Gotter, Fred Hankey, the Louis and Ferdinand Helm families, Misses Emma and Etta Altenburg, Mrs. John Altenburg, Florence, and Mrs. Anna Martin.

 

 


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