BioA: Lindow, Charles (30th-1909)
Contact: Jane Braun
Surnames: Lindow, Grimm, Happe, Ott, Drescher
----Source: Millie Lee Collection, clipped from the Marshfield News-Herald
Lindow, Mr. and Mrs. Charles - May 19, 1909
West Fremont -- Relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindow Friday evening to help them celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary.
A short program consisting of instrumental music by Mrs. Albert Grimm, readings by Lorna Lindow and Verna Happe, and "Home Sweet Home" by the assembly was given. Mr. and Mrs. Lindow received many gifts.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ott and daughters, Mae and Leah, and Verna Happe, Town of Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Happe and sons, Douglas and Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Happe, Mrs. Rosa Lindow, and C. A. Happe, Chili; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grimm, Miss Anna Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lindow and son, Marlyn, and Arthur Happe Jr., Ripon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindow were married May 19, 1909, by the Rev. August Happe, brother of Mrs. Lindow, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Happe, who at that time lived on what is known as the Arthur Happe Sr. farm in the Town of Fremont.
After their marriage they lived for one year on the Otto Drescher farm, and then resided in Chili for three years. Twenty-six years ago they moved to the farm on which they now live.
Mr. Lindow was the rural mail carrier on the Chili route for 12 years. Both he and his wife have been members of the Immanuel Evangelical Church and Sunday School since their youth. Mrs. Lindow is also a member of the Ladies Aid Society and the Woman’s Missionary Society.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindow are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Albert Grimm and Marian and Caroline, at home.
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