BioA: Isenberger, Mr./Mrs. Oscar (Gold - 1966)


Surnames: Isenberger, Isaacs, Hoolleen, Christiansen, Flora, Soderberg, Heagle, Warden, David, Kvale

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Jul 1966

Isenberger, Mr./Mrs. Oscar (Gold - 7 JUN 1966)

A large group of relatives and friends gathered to help Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Isenberger, route 3, Stanley, celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday. They attended services at Faith Evangelical Free Church, followed by a dinner for family members at the Badger Inn.

In the afternoon a reception given by their children was held at their church with about one hundred guests attending.

An informal program was enjoyed with Virgil Isaacs as the Emcee. Musical numbers were a flute duet, "To do the Father's Will," played by Cheryl Isenberger and Kristine Isaacs, accompanied by Karen Hoolleen; and a vocal duet, "Living for Jesus," sung by Mrs. Robert Christiansen and Mrs. Clayton Flora. A school classmate of Mrs. Isenberger's, Miss Magnhild Soderberg, read an original poem written for the occasion. Appropriate remarks were given by Pastor Robert Christiansen.

Buffet refreshments were served, with granddaughters, Cheryl and Nola Isenberger presiding at the punch bowl; Mrs. Charles Heagle cut and served the anniversary cake, and Mrs. Allan Heagle poured. The guest book was in charge of Cheryl Isenberger.

A center of interest and the cause of much reminiscing was a grouping of picture which spanned the couple's married life and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Isenberger received many greetings and gifts in memory of the occasion.

Miss Mabel Warden and Oscar Isenberger were married on June 7, 1916 at the Warden farm home in the Town of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), in a ceremony performed by the Rev. D. W. David.

The Isenbergers have four children, Mrs. Charles (Eloraine) Heagle of Buffalo, Minn.; Warden G. "Bud" of Tacoma, Wash. (unable to be present on Sunday); Harold of Stanley; and Mrs. Harvey (Betty) Kvale of Graham, Wash. (also unable to be present, but did manage to get through with telephoned greetings.) There are 22 grandchildren.



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