BioA: Kuester, Fred and Alvina (Gold - 1953)
Surnames: Kuester, Brandt, Briski, Ebert, Mattes
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, Wis. 19 Nov 1953)
Kuester, Fred and Alvina (Gold -19 NOV 1953)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuester, Loyal, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Legion Hall in Thorp.
The Kuesters were married Nov. 11, 1903, in the town of Warner by the Rev. Mr. Schmalz. Mrs. Kuester is the former Alvina Brandt. Following their marriage they lived on a farm in the town of Warner for forty-one years, and then moved to Loyal, their present home.
A noon-time dinner was served at which their nine children were present. One hundred fifty relatives and friends were present for the 6:30 supper.
The hall was decorated with bells, candles, and flowers, and centering the dining table was a large three tiered Golden Wedding cake. Eight granddaughters of the Luesters served as table waitresses.
A mock wedding was a feature of the evening’s entertainment.
Among the many gifts received by Mr. and Mrs. Kuester was a television set presented by their children, who also arranged the day’s activities for the honored couple. A beautiful bouquet from the Ladies Aid of the local Lutheran Church was received by Mrs. Kuester who is a member of that organization. A dance honoring the couple was given in the hall in the evening.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Kuester who with their families were present for the celebration were:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuester and children, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kuester, Ansonia, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kuester and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Briski and daughter, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. George Kuester and children, Greenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebert and children, Loyal; Art Kuester, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mattes and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kuester and children of Thorp.
Other guests were from Greenville, Ohio; Sheboygan, Kiel, Elkhart Lake, Rochester, Owen, Greenwood, Neillsville, Willard, Loyal, Thorp, Hannibal, Milwaukee and Howard’s Grove.
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