BioA: Hogue, Harry & Margaret (Gold - 1946)
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Surnames: HOGUE FAHEY WEIDMAN ZAHREN PENROSE

----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 04/??/1946

Hogue, Harry & Margaret (Gold - 8 APR 1946)

Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) - Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hogue, of Greenwood, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, which took place Monday, April 8, 1946, at their home with open house throughout the day for their relatives and friends.

A wedding cake appropriately decorated for the occasion served as the centerpiece at the tea table.

In observance of the event, the Hogues received a number of gifts, a purse of money, flowers and congratulatory messages.

Mrs. Hogue, nee Margaret Fahey, daughter of Bridget and Jack Fahey, and Harry Hogue, son of Mathilda and Charles Hogue, repeated their marriage vows at Marshfield, April 8, 1896, eight years after Miss Fahey came to Greenwood from Canada with her mother, brothers and sisters.

After their marriage the couple operated a restaurant in Greenwood for seven years. Mr. Hogue is a carpenter by trade.

Three children were born to this union: Mrs. Ralph (Eva) Weidman of Withee, who died June 14, 1945; Mrs. Arthur Zahren, Chicago, who died May 2, 1945; and Mrs. Al (Adine) Penrose, Coloma, Mich.

There are eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. One grandson, Robert Zahren, is now serving in the Pacific Theater of Operations.

Those attending from away were Mr. and Mrs. Al Penrose, Coloma, Mich.; Mrs. Aggie Conger and Mrs. Lena Roche, Port Huron, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fahey, Stanley; Mrs. Mathilda Fahey, Withee; Miss Mabel Rossman, Madison; Ralph Weidman and son, James, Withee, and Jack Moore and children. Mrs. Moore and the youngsters are visiting with her grandparents….(the rest of my copy was cut off)

 

 


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