BioA: Hameloth, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Silver -
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hameloth, Martin, Odbert, Shover, Overdorf, Leonard, Solomon, Clapp, Gungor
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) /1973
Hameloth, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Silver - 20 June 1973)
Gordon Hameloth and the former Etta Jane Martin were married at McCob, Ill., on June 20, 1948.
Their attendants were Harold Hameloth, Jack Martin, Earl Martin, Jr., and Jean (Hameloth) Odbert, June (Shover) Overdorf and Julia (Martin) Leonard. Edward Solomon was the ringbearer, Sandy Clapp was the flower girl, and Mr. Earl Clapp was the soloist.
Mr. and Mrs. Hameloth have four children: David, Lansing, Ill., is an interne pastor; Judy, a senior nursing student at Burge, Mo.; Jane, employed at Northbrook, Ill.; and Sally at home.
After their marriage, Mr. Hameloth attended collect in Minneapolis, Mn, where he majored in dairying. Prior to his marriage, he spent sixteen months in the Army Corps at Galesburg, Ill. They lived on the home farm for ten years in Island, Nebr.
Thirteen years ago they came to Willard and began operating the Rainbow Dairy Farm. Mrs. Hameloth is also employed part-time as a registered nurse at the hospital in Neillsville.
Mr. Hameloth has also served as Sunday school superintendent for 22 churches in Nebraska, Owen-Withee and now at the Assembly of God Church, Neillsville.
Dr. and Mrs. Bahri O. Gungor prepared the festivities on Sunday in Black River Falls. Forty to fifty people were present at a dinner for the honored couple.
Mr. Hameloth was chosen father of the year by the Missionettes from the Assembly of God Church in Neillsville.
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