Bio: Frantz, Harry (Honored for Long Service – 1968)


Surnames: Frantz, Beilfuss, Schoengarth, Murphy, Gorsegner, Lulloff

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 18 Apr 1968

More than 150 persons attended a testimonial dinner Monday night at the Bahli Hai Supper Club in honor of Harry Frantz, who retired April 1, 1968, after almost 26 years of service as a Clark County traffic officer.

Guests included enforcement officers of Clark County, members of the fire department that Frantz serves as chief; Supreme Court Justice Bruce Beilfuss, a native of Clark County; and Circuit Judge Lowell D. Schoengarth, Neillsville.

Sheriff David Bertz presented Frantz with a plaque commemorating the occasion. Affixed to the plaque were two badges which Frantz had worn.

Arthur Murphy presented a trophy on behalf of the Dairyland Fox and Coon Hunters Club.

Clarence Gorsegner, Loyal, former District Attorney of Clark County, was the guests speaker. Robert Lulloff, County Coroner, was master of ceremonies.



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