BioA: Luber, Mr. and Mrs. August (GOLD 1956)
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: LUBER PAULUS CURL
----Source: Marshfield News Herald Wednesday October 17, 1956 Page 14
Luber, August and Clara (October 23, 1906)
50TH JUBILEE CELEBRATED BY A. LUBERS AT LOYAL
Loyal-So that all their children could join them for the event, Mr. and Mrs. August Luber celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Saturday, 10 days in advance of the actual anniversary date, Oct. 23.
Events of the day were an open house at their home from 2 to 5 p.m., and a dinner for 60 guests, which was served at the home of their son, Allen Luber. Bouquets of yellow mums were distributed around the house for the latter event, and similar flowers with yellow streamers decorated the dinner table, which was centered with the anniversary cake.
Attending the celebration were their three sons-Virgil, Eau Claire; Ford, Rice Lake, and Allen, Loyal. The eight grandchildren joined in presenting the Lubers with the yellow carnation boutoniere and corsage of yellow roses which they wore for the day.
Other relatives included two great-grandchildren. The couple's only daughter, Caroline, is deceased.
Also amoung the annivesary guests were Mrs. Luber's brother and sister, Tom Paulus and Mrs. Oscar Curl Sr., from Prairie du Chien, who were members of the original wedding party.
Relatives came from Eau Claire, Mankato, Bagley, Milwaukee, Thiensville and Haugen for the celebration.
Mr. Luber, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Luber, farmed in Grant county before moving to Clark county, and for 22 years was a highway employe. He was born Dec. 7, 1880 at Bagley, and received his education there.
Mrs. Luber was born Clara Paulus, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Paulus, on Dec. 23, 1886. The family came from her birthplace in Bohemia to the United States, and she was educated at Prairie du Chien.
Mr. and Mrs. Luber are in good health and enjoy respective hobbies of hunting and fishing, and reading.
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