BioA: Wischulke, Mr./Mrs. Wm. (50th - 1933)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Wischulke, Moldenhauer, Arndt, Gruenewaldt, Kiermse, Reisse, Moths, Stiege
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11 May 1933
Wischulke, Mr./ Mrs. Wm. (50th Anniv. -- 1933)
GOLDEN WEDDING OBSERVED AT HOME NEAR LYNN
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Wischulke observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, May 7, at their home in the town of Lynn. A 6 o'clock dinner was served for a large company of relatives and neighbors.
The golden color scheme was carried out in yellow and white cut flowers and crepe paper. A large decorated wedding cake was used as a centerpiece for the table. Mr. and Mrs. Wischulke were both born in Schliesin, Germany.
Mr. Wischulke was born June 27, 1858, coming to this country with his parents when a lad 8 years of age.
Mrs. Wischulke was born Dec. 6, 1864, and came to Wisconsin with her parents at the age of four years, and the family settled on a farm in Ozaukee county for several years, coming to Clark County and settling on a farm adjoining that of the groom's parents.
They were married in Zion Lutheran Church May 7, 1883, by Rev. Fischer. They settled on a farm of their own which has been their home all their married life.
The couple has three children: Mrs. Walter Moldenhauer, who lives on a farm in the town of Grant; Edward, of the town of Lynn; and Walter at home. They also have three grandchildren: Alfred Moldenhauer, Irma and Wilbert Wischulke.
Out of town relatives and friends here for the event were: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndt, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Gruenewaldt and son Walter, Mrs. Max Kiermse, Mr. and Mrs. C. Reisse, Mrs. Albert Moths, Mrs. Milton Moths, and Meta Steige, all of Random Lake.
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