BioA: Dudei, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno (Golden - 1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Dudei, Goebel, Beyer, Seefeld,
Matthews, Graeser, Lutz, Deutsch, Hemp, Kurth, Garbisch,
Wischuelke, Moldenhauer, Krause, Quicker, Jacklin, Hillert
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) December 3, 1953
Dudei, Mr. and Mrs. Bruno (Golden - 2 December
and Mrs. Bruno Dudei of Rte. 3 Granton, quietly observed their
golden wedding anniversary at their home Wednesday, their formal
observance having been held September 6, when all their children
were able to get together with them.
Dudeis were married December 2, 1903, in Zion Lutheran Church,
Granton. They purchased 80 acres of land, which comprises
their present farm, in 1915 and built all the buildings. A
few years ago they purchased an additional 40 acres. The farm
now is operated by the oldest son, Harold.
Dudei, 79, was born in Schlesien, Germany, in 1874, and attended
schools there. He came to America at the age of 14 and
settled in Clark County. Mrs. Dudei, 75, is the former Anna
Goebel. She was born in Clark County and attended local
their September celebration all four children born to them were
present, as were the four grandchildren of the Dudeis: Mr. and Mrs.
George Beyer and two sons, Ralph and Earl, of Milwaukee; Miss
Eunice Seefeld, Milwaukee; Mrs. Sophie Matthews and son, Allen,
Milwaukee; and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dudei and daughter, Susan,
Also attending from Milwaukee and vicinity were
Mrs. William Graeser, a sister of Mrs. Dudei, and Joseph Lutz, a
nephew, and his wife.
From Neillsville were: Mr. and Mrs. Gust Deutsch,
brother-in-law and sister; Mrs. Anna Hemp; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Hemp; and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hemp and daughter,
Guests from Granton were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Goebel, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kurth and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Goebel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Garbisch and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Wischuelke, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moldenhauer, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Krause, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Krause, Mr. and
Mrs. James Quicker, Rev. John Jacklin, Mrs. Jacklin and daughter,
Also present were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hemp and family of Mosinee, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillert of Greenwood.
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