La Crosse County, Wisconsin
Mr. & Mrs. Ellsworth
Bloss (50th Anniversary)
Source: La Crosse Tribune and Leader-Press (Wednesday Evening, 3 May 1939) Page four; submitted by Diana Heser Morse
MARRIED 50 YEARS
MR. AND MRS. ELLSWORTH BLOSS
Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Bloss gathered at their home, 717 1/2 Rose street, Sunday to celebrate the couple's golden wedding anniversary. Children attending were Glen Bloss, Onalaska; Edward Bloss, Mondovi; Myles Bloss, Racine; Theodore and Lenard Bloss, Mmes. W. A. Hiser, Thomas Neary and Edward Schmitz, La Crosse; Mrs. Max Revels, Genoa.
Others attending were Messrs. and Mmes. A. C. Anderson, Mandel Anderson, Alphonse Kronberg, W. Wiedenhoeft, Charles Davis and Orville Schaller, Misses Elmira Garke and Betty Schroeder, Emil Forer, Edward Schroeder, Arlen Heser, Wilbur and Bernard Neary, La Crosse; Arthur and Clarence Bloss, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schanke and family, Frank Scyanke, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Goff, Ableman, Wis., Mrs. Vernon Morgan and daughters, Mrs. Joseph Young, Sparta; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Williams, Ontario, Wis.; Lorna Mae Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bloss, North Freedom, Wis.; Dorothy Barnard, Westfield, Wi.; Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Reevs, Spooner, wis.; and Mrs. Otto Mistele, West Allis, Wis.; Mervin Roberts, Dorothy Lamb, Philip Derier, Tomah, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bohn, Zion, Ill.; Miss Margaret Leamen, Racine, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Schroeder, Bangor; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Young, Prairie du Sac; Miss Frances Cop, De Soto, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Icel Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Carl winchell, Wilton, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. John McLain and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert McLain, Beloit, Wis.; Mrs. Alice Berger, Onalaska; La Vern and Arlie Bloss, Mondovi.
Mr. & Mrs. William F.
Bummert (50th Anniversary)
La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wis.) 2 Apr. 1947; submitted by Diana Heser Morse
BUMMERTS PAID HONORS ON ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bummert, 1035 Zeisler street, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with open house afternoon and evening for friends and relatives. The two, life-long residents of this city, have lived at the Zeisler street address for the past 40 years. Both are 72. Mrs. Bummert is the former Janet Nimrocks.
Their children are Eldon Bummert, Elmhurst, Ill., and Kent Bummert, La Crosse, and their grandchildren Geraldine and Jacqueline Bummert, Elmhurst.
Mr. Bummert, for many years with the Gardor Printing company, is now retired. Monday evening the ladies' auxilary of the Concordia Aid society gave a five o'clock supper at the hall for the couple, presenting the two with gifts.
Mr. & Mrs. J. P. Johnson
& Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Anderson
The La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wis.) Wednesday, 4 Oct. 1940, page 12; submitted by Diana Heser Morse
Holmen, Wis. (Special) A family reunion was held Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson in observance of their 45th wedding anniversary and the 17th anniversary of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Anderson. A supper was served at 7 p.m.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Johnson, La Crosse; Mrs. Wenzel Stremcha and Ronald, Chatfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Johnson and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Johnson and family, Mary Ann Anderson.
Mr. & Mrs. I. H. Moulton
The La Crosse Tribune (5 Apr. 1915) submitted by Diana Heser Morse
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Moulton Observe Sixty-Third Wedding Anniversary
Easter Sunday was the sixty-third anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Moulton. Their observance of the happy event was in keeping with the day --- a quiet dinner given by their two daughters, Mrs. Abbie Burton and Mrs. Joseph Skinner, at the home of the former. Mr. Skinner and Mr. and Mrs. Max Burton participated.
Despite the illness which had confined him for some time, Captain Moulton was in prime healthy and spirits, and his good lady was equally "fit". The captain passed his eighty-sixth milestone in November, and Mrs. Moulton is a year younger, yet such is their friends' faith in the stamina of these honored pioneers that it was the prophetic confidence that they wished them "many happy returned of the day".
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