BioA: Fults, Mr./Mrs. Walter (50th - 1955)
Surnames: Fults, Heagle, Anderson, Soule
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Mr./Mrs. Walter (50th Anniv. - 29 May 1955)
Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fults celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary
Sunday. In the morning, the entire family attended the Presbyterian
church in a body. At the services, a quartet of four grand children
sang "The Old Rugged Cross," a favorite hymn of the honored
At noon a
dinner was served at the Edwin Fults home to 34 persons who
included the family and some out of town relatives.
relatives and friends greeted the couple at an open house from 2:00
to 5:00 p.m. at their home. Lunch was served from a table spread
with a gold cloth and centered with a decorated wedding cake. Other
decorations included flowers and candles.
couple received many lovely gifts which included money, flowers,
and cards. Mrs. Fults wore a corsage of yellow roses and her
husband wore a yellow carnation.
was born Feb. 7, 1880, at Thorp, where he received his education
and farmed. His parents were Francis and Laura Fults. Mrs. Fults,
the former Myrtle Heagle, was born Jan. 1, 1884, at Seymour to
James and Elizabeth Heagle. She received her education at Thorp and
taught school there for several years.
both members of the Presbyterian church, were married June 14,
1905, in the Methodist parsonage in Stanley. The Rev. A. Soule
officiated at the ceremony.
marriage, the couple operated a farm at Thorp until 1927, when they
came to Abbotsford, where Mr. Fults was in the bulk and retail oil
business and service station until his retirement five years
have three sons, James Fults, Stanley; Edwin Fults, Abbotsford; and
Dr. A. H. Fults, Colby; eight grand children and a great grand
child. A daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Mildred) Anderson, died Sept. 20,
Relatives and friends who attended the occasion were from McAllen, Texas; Seaport, Mich.; St. Paul, Appleton and Buffalo, Minn.; Menomonie, Cadott, Stanley, Thorp, Eau Claire, Seymour, Augusta, Onalaska, Cable, Withee, Curtiss, Stetsonville, Colby, and Abbotsford.
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