BioA: Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Golden - 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Helm, Walkenhauer, Ross, Kolka, Guenther, Genrich, Garbisch, Seefeldt, Foemmel, Prange, Thur, Janke, Lutz, Anderson, Speidel, Wenck, Johnson, Haines, Schimmel, Larsen, Schroeder, Olson,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 7/05/1973
Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Golden - 1973)
Approximately 250 persons attended the Golden wedding anniversary open house Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helm.
Friends and relatives present from out-of-town included the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Walkenhauer of Burnett, Dr. and Mrs. Hugo Ross of Sun Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kolka and Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther of Eau Claire, Lester Genrich of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Garbisch of La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Seefeldt and daughter, Kris, of San Diego, Ca., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Foemmel of Sacramento, Ca., Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Prange of Libertyville, Il., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thur and Mrs. Adelia Janke of Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Garbisch of Arpin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Helm and Mrs. Lillian Helm of Brillion, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Helm and family of Kalamazoo, Mi., Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Helm and family of Cedarburg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lutz of Amherst Junction, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Anderson of McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Speidel and Luane of Waupun, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wenck of Woodstock, Il., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Fall Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haines of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Schimmel of Duluth, Mn., Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Larsen of Westfield and Mrs. Sammy Schroeder of Racine.
All six of the Helm’s attendants are still living and five of them attended the anniversary observance. They included: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Helm, Dan Garbisch and Edward Garbisch of Granton and Mrs. Alfred Walkenhauer of Burnett. The sixth member of the bridal party was Mrs. Arthur Olson of Fond du Lac.
The Helms’ three children and their families were also present for the observance.
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