Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Golden - 1954)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Wallace, Volkmann, Machel, Hohenstein,
Kirsteatler, Zimmermann, Garber, Arndt, Stubles, Carpenter, Holz,
Weir, Gall, Higgens, Frosch, Bair, Rosemore, Kauth, Hetzel,
Greenwold, Strey, Yunker, Gotter, Fricke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) November 11, 1954
Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Golden -
The fiftieth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wallace was celebrated November 6, 1954, at the Legion Hall,
Neillsville. A dinner was prepared by Mrs. Wallace for
approximately 112 relatives and friends at noon.
Open house was held in the afternoon, after which
gifts were opened. A wonderful assortment of gifts and money
cafeteria lunch was served in the evening, after which about 200
friends gathered for an informal dance and good
The following is a list of relatives and friends
who attended from out of town, besides numerous friends and
neighbors from Granton and Neillsville:
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volkmann, Chicago; Earl
Wallace, Chicago; Mrs. Pearl Wallace Machel, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Hohenstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hohenstein, Nekoosa; Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Kirsteatler, La Salle, Ill.; Mrs. Earl Zimmerman, and
Pauline Zimmerman, Humbird; Dan Wallace, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs.
Grace Wallace, Janesville; Mrs. Margaret Garber, Janesville; Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Arndt and daughter, Janesville; Mrs. Pearl Stubles,
Mrs. Minerva Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stubles, all of
Augusta; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holz, Mrs. Norma Weir, Vesper; Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Gall, Arpin; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Higgens, Plover; Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Wallace and daughter, Beverly, Mr. and Mrs.
Darwin Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace, Fred, Linda and
Sharon, Mrs. Frances Frosch all of Stevens Point; Mr. and Mrs.
James Bair and two sons, Windsor, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Rosemore and two sons, Jamestown, N. D.; Mrs. Ernest Higgins,
Lincoln, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kauth, Mr. and Mrs. Theo.
Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hetzel, all of Milwaukee; Mrs.
Margaret Greenwold, Black River Falls; Robert Wallace, Menomonie;
Mr. and Mrs. George Yunker, Greenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strey,
Mrs. Elsie Gotter and son, George Fricke, all of
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace wish to thank all the
neighbors and friends who helped in any way to make this occasion
such a wonderful success.
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