Miss Beulah Karlman and Trygve Aarhus Wed in Ceremony Last Evening 
In the presence of intimate friends and relatives at the parsonage of the First 
Lutheran church at seven o'clock last night, Miss Beulah Karlman became the 
bride of Trygve Aarhus in an impressive ceremony. Following the ceremony which 
was performed by Rev. D. G. Ristad, Rufin Boyd played "O Promise Me."
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lucy Karlman, Liberty Place, and the groom is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Aarhus, 905 Hancock street. The attendants at 
the wedding were Miss Marie Aaarhus, sister of the groom as the maid of honor 
with Joseph Harkins as the best man.
A wedding dinner for twenty guests was held at the home of the bride's parent 
immediately following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Aarhus will make their home with 
the bride's mother. Mr. Aarhus is an employee of the J.C. Penney Co. and is a 
graduate of the local high school. Mrs. Aarhus, prior to her marriage, was a 
telephone operator.
Manitowoc Herald News, December 13, 1930  P. 9 
…Trygve Aarhus, unable to pay the $15 a month alimony ordered by the court, was 
before the judge this morning. He testified that he was earning but $1 a day. 
The court reduced the payment to $10 a month with a view of helping Aarhus to 
stay even with his payments. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, March 13, 1933  P. 1
At the time of his father's and mother's deaths in 1961, he was with the armed 
forces in France. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, February 22, 1961  P. 15 and January, 17, 1961 P. 10. 
Trygve E. Aarhus, 91, of Port Charlotte, Fla., died Saturday, April 14, 2001, 
at his residence. He was born Nov. 22, 1909, in Manitowoc, Wis., and moved to 
Port Charlotte in 1972 from Europe. He was a retired personnel supervisor for 
the U.S. Government in Europe. He was a Lutheran, a member of American Philatelic 
Society and former member of the Port Charlotte Stamp Club. 
He is survived by his wife, Grace D. Aarhus of Port Charlotte; a daughter, 
Rosemary Aarhus of Alexandria, Va.; three sons, Richard Aarhus of Clifton, Va., 
Robert Aarhus of Carlisle, Pa. and Ronald Aarhus of Bellevue, Neb., 11 
grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be held today from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Roberson Funeral Home, 
Port Charlotte Chapel. Graveside services and interment will be held at Restlawn 
Memorial Gardens, Port Charlotte. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home, 
Port Charlotte Chapel.
Englewood Sun, April 18, 2001  P. 8 

He is in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Mrs. Richard Staeffler, the former Wilma Becker, of 628 Grant St., 
Oceanside, Calif., died unexpectedly Saturday morning at home. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, June 15, 1971  P. 8
Wilma V Staeffler
California Death Index
Name Wilma V Staeffler  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 12 Jun 1971  
Event Place San Diego, California, United States  
Birth Date 27 Dec 1910  
Birthplace Wisconsin  
Gender Female  

Marriage of Miss Bedore to William Schram Takes Place at Escanaba, Feb. 21
Mrs. Jack Bedore has announced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Bernice 
Bedore to William Schram, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Schram of Escanaba, Mich., 
which took place on Saturday, February 21st at the St. Joseph's parsonage at 
Escanaba, Mich. 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Moreial were the attendants at the 
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Schram left shortly after noon on a wedding trip to 
Madison and Chicago.
The young couple will be weekend guests of Mrs. Schram's mother, Mrs. Bedore 
here and will then leave for Escanaba where they will make their home.
Mrs. Schram enjoys many friends here and is a graduate of the Lincoln High 
School with class of '27.
Manitowoc Herald News, February 25, 1931  P. 8 
Mr. and Mrs. William Schram have returned to Lansing, Mich., after attending 
the 25th reunion of the Lincoln High School class of 1927 at Art's 151 Club 
Saturday night, of which Mrs. Schram, the former Bernice Bedore, was one of the 
graduates. The Schrams were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Georgenson, F#R, 
Custerdale, Manitowoc. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, August 18, 1952  P. 10 

He is in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

On 1910 census her parents are Adolph and Laura Belinske. In Laura's obit she 
married Arnold Schlei.
…The younger member of the firm, Arnold Schlei, has only recently returned 
to Manitowoc after completing his studies but has been active in the 
Lutheran Men's Club and other organizations…
Manitowoc Herald News, September 25, 1931  P. 12
Miss Belinske, Mr. Schlei Repeat Vows Before Bower Of Flowers and Evergreen 
Large stands of summer flowers, at either side of a background of evergreen 
and jasmine, formed the bower for the wedding of Miss Florance Belinske, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Belinske, 713 Washington street, and Artnold 
Schlei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schlei, 918 South Eighteenth street, 
The ceremony took place at the Belinske home at 10:30 o'clock this morning and 
the service was read by the Rev. L. H. Koeninger. 
As the bridal couple and their attendants approached the bower Mrs. Clayton 
Shaw played the Mendelssohn wedding march from "Lohengrin." The bride's 
attendants were Miss Adeline Kawalle and Miss Violette Brandt, and the groom's 
were Adolph Belinske Jr. and Lester Thielen. 
The bride's gown of white satin was fashioned to have a short train. With it 
she wore a maline veil caught with orange blossoms and held a bouquet of s
hellpink roses and lavender larkspur. Miss Kawalle, attired in pink net, and 
Miss Brandt, in pale blue crepe, wore corsages of gardenias.
Relatives of the couple were guests at the dinner served at the Belinske home 
following the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Schlei are leaving today on a motor trip to Denver, Colo., and 
Yellowstone national park and in two weeks will be at home at 819 North Tenth 
street in this city. The groom is a member of the firm of Wattawa, Urbanek, 
and Schlei.
A pre-nuptial event given in honor of the bride was a shower at the home of Mrs. 
Clayton Shaw Tuesday evening.
Manitowoc Herald Times, June 23, 1932  P. 7
Florane E Schlei
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 94  
Given Name Florane  
Middle Name E  
Surname Schlei  
Birth Date 25 Oct 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona  
Previous Residence Postal Code 85021  
Event Date 21 Oct 2003  
Findagrave entry  
Glendale Memorial Park 
Maricopa County
Arizona, USA 

Wilhemena Louise Bleichwehl Johnson
Find A Grave Index
Name Wilhemena Louise Bleichwehl Johnson  
Maiden Name Bleichwehl  
Event Type Burial  
Event Date 1991  
Event Place Novato, Marin, California, United States of America  
Photograph Included N  
Birth Date 04 Jun 1909  
Death Date 29 Dec 1991  
Affiliate Record Identifier 73121972  
Cemetery Valley Memorial Park  
Wilhelmina K Johnson
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 92  
Given Name Wilhelmina  
Middle Name K  
Surname Johnson  
Birth Date 05 Nov 1908  
State California  
Last Place of Residence Sonoma, California  
Previous Residence Postal Code 95407  
Event Date 27 Jun 2000  
Minnie's husband's obit and death record:
Wilkes Walter Johnson, 60, of 1008 Third Street, Novato, died last night, 
apparently of a heart attack, while working at the Liquor Mart at 1403 
Grant Avenue, according to Novato police.
Johnson, who had a history of heart trouble, was all right when his wife, 
Minette Louise, telephoned him at 9 p.m. She went to the store at 9:25 p.m. 
and found his body, according to police.
Johnson was born in Bemidji, Minn., and spent most of his time in Madison, 
Wis. He was a painting contractor for many years until ill health forced him 
to leave that profession. He then became a real estate dealer in Madison. 
Johnson moved to Novato in 1962.
He was a member of the painter's union in Madison, and the Grace Lutheran 
Church in Novato.
Besides his wife, Johnson is survived by a son, Wilkes Louis Johnson of Novato, 
who is chairman of the Novato Parks and Recreation Commission; daughter, Mrs. 
Ardis Suzanna Zimmerman of Santa Rosa, and three grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Redwood Chapel Funeral Home in Novato.
San Rafael Daily Independent Journal, November 5, 1968  P. 8 
Find A Grave Memorial# 73121738

She married Alvin Borths and is in Calvary cemetery, Manitowoc #43.

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

She married Owen Goodspeed March 4, 1950 at Boulder, Colo.
They are both in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, #44

Engagement of Popular Girl of South Side Announced Here Today 
An engagement of two of the most popular members of the younger set of this 
city was announced to friends today, that of Miss Odelia Burkart, daughter of 
Edward Burkart, 1515 Hamilton street, to Clifton Kinard, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
John Kinard of Casco. Mr. Kinard has been making his home for the past year 
with Norman Berkedal, 1008 North Twenty-first street.
Miss Burkart graduated from Lincoln High school with the class of 1927. She 
took an active part in debating, winning a place on the first team during her 
junior and senior years. For three years she has been active in girls' basketball 
of this city, playing with the Follies team, of which she was captain last year. 
At the present time she is engaged in the newspaper profession. Mr. Kinard is a 
graduate of St. Norbert's college in DePere and the Algoma Teachers' college. 
He is known in Manitowoc county as a talented musician, having played with the 
Lyric orchestra up to a few months ago when he entered the employ of Hessel's 
music store. He is an instructor in saxophone, cornet and clarinet.
No date for the wedding has been set.
Manitowoc Herald Times, January 4, 1929  P. 1
Herald's Society Editor Is Taken Captive By Cupid 
A task which she has performed for dozens of her friends-writing of their 
marriage notice-is today undertaken by another for Miss Odelia Burkart, 
society editor of the Herald-News, who at 8 o'clock this morning became the 
bride of Clifton Kinard, at a ceremony performed by the Rev. Father Kersten 
at St. Boniface Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kinard left later for a honeymoon trip 
to Kansas City and will be at home to friends at 1501 Washington street after 
March 1. 
The bridal pair was attended in the ceremony by Miss Gertrude Burkart, sister 
of the bride and James Quint. During the ceremony Mrs. John Kinard, mother of 
the groom and his sister, Miss Irma Kinard sang Ave Maria and the Rev. Kersten 
celebrated mass. 
A wedding breakfast and reception to relatives was held with the Lyric orchestra 
The bride is a daughter of Edward Burkart and for a year past has been an 
employe of the staff of the Herald-News and has won a large circle of friends 
by her winsome ways and courteous manners. She is a graduate of the Manitowoc 
High school and has been prominent in athletics, having been a member of the 
girls basketball team at school and later a member of the Follies team. Mr. 
Kinard is a former Casco resident and is employed at the Hessel Music Co. store.
A wide circle of friends join with the Herald-News staff in extending well wishes.
Manitowoc Herald News, February 4, 1929  P. 8 
Mrs. Lawrence T. Schwaab, 67, of 6245 Xerxes Ave, Richfield, Minn., died Saturday 
evening at her home.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Pfeffer Funeral Home and 10:30 
a.m. at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Manitowoc. The Rev. John Hephner will 
officiate with burial in St. John the Baptist Parish cemetery, Plymouth.
Mrs. Schwaab, nee Odelia Burkart, was born Nov. 2, 1909, at Manitowoc, daughter 
of the late Edward and Clara Mueller Burkart. She was graduated from Lincoln High 
School, Manitowoc, and was married to Clifton Kinard in 1928. He preceded her in 
death in 1933. She was married to Lawrence T. Schwaab Feb. 12, 1944, residing in 
the Minneapolis, Minn., area for the past 25 years. She had been employed at 
Herald-Times -Reporter, Manitowoc, and later by Bronson Shoe Co of Minneapolis.
Survivors include her husband, two daughters and sons-in-law, Shirley and Thomas 
Haug, of Manitowoc and Kay Lynn and Dennis McAllister of Minneapolis, a step-son, 
Karl Schwaab, of Christiansburg, Va., a sister, Mrs. Henry (Althea) Anhalt, of 
_________, nine grandchildren. Three sisters, Gertrude Quint, Irene Burkart and 
Leona Stuewe preceded her in death.
Friends may call at Pfeffer Funeral Home from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday here a prayer 
service will be at 7 p.m. 
Herald Times Reporter, March 14, 1977  P. 13
Odelia Schwaab
Minnesota Death Index
Typed or Handwritten T  
Name Odelia Schwaab  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 12 Mar 1977  
Event Place Hennepin, Minnesota  
Birth Date 02 Nov 1909  
Mother's Maiden Name Mueller  
Born in Minnesota N  
Record Number 2676976  
Certificate Number 005649  
Certificate Year 1977  
File Name 005649  
Affiliate Batch Identifier NF101DN  
Odelia Schwaab
Find A Grave Index
Name Odelia Schwaab  
Event Type Burial  
Event Date 1977  
Event Place Plymouth, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America  
Photograph Included Y  
Birth Date 02 Nov 1909  
Death Date 12 Mar 1977  
Affiliate Record Identifier 116077879  
Cemetery Saint John The Baptist Catholic Cemetery  

The St. Wendel parochial school will open its school term on Thursday, Sept. 8th, 
The Red Arrow, with Martin Cain as teacher….
Manitowoc Herald Times, September 1, 1938  P. 8
Martin J Cain
Wisconsin Death Index
Name Martin J Cain  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 11 Sep 1972  
Event Place Depere, , Wisconsin  
Residence Place , Wisconsin  
Gender Male  
Age 63  
Certificate Number 027872  
Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997
Find A Grave Memorial# 84575012

…Graduates from outside the city are Frederick Christiansen…
Manitowoc Herald News, June 16, 1927 P. 2
25 Years Ago…Frederick Christiansen was the winner in the finals of the 
extemporaneous speaking contests at the high school and will represent 
the local school in the Fox River Valley district contest, which will be 
held here Saturday.
Manitowoc Herald Times, May 6, 1952 
Lincoln High Graduate Now Head of Fraternity
Frederick J. Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Christiansen of Route 2, 
Two Rivers, has been elected president of the Boston University Chapter of the 
Phi Delta Kappa, National Honorary Teachers' Fraternity. Mr. Christiansen was 
recently elected to the Phi Delta Kppa, the membership of which is based on 
rigid qualifications of high scholarship and professional promises. He delivered 
the address on "Economy of Time in Teaching" at the initiation banquet.
Mr. Christiansen, a junior at the University of Boston, was graduated from Lincoln 
high school in '27. He attended the county normal school of which his father is 
superintendent, in 1928, and taught school in this county for one year. Following 
this Mr. Christiansen taught at the Georgetown Demonstration school, in Georgetown, 
Delaware, for a year. Recently he has been assisting in nature study work by means 
of visual aid before psychology classes at the University of Boston.
Manitowoc Herald Times, May 10, 1933  P. 18
Laura Christiansen (d. 1957, buried in Pioneer's Rest), had a son Frederick who 
was living in Waltham, Massachusetts at the time of her death according to her 
Frederic J Christiansen
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 90  
Given Name Frederic  
Middle Name J  
Surname Christiansen  
Birth Date 31 Aug 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Middlesex, Massachusetts  
Previous Residence Postal Code 01776  
Event Date 07 Jun 1999  

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

She is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Holy Cross, Two Rivers #89D

Rubie married John R. Morris and is buried in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44.

Mildred married Harold Schiffleger and is in Evergreen, Manitowoc

Margaret married George Gibeault and she is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43.

Buried in St. Mary's cemetery near Clarks Mills, #6

Josephine is buried in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc, #44.

Florence married George Miller and is buried in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Mrs. Richard Johnson's home will be in Milwaukee when she and Mr. Johnson 
return from their two weeks' wedding trip through the east and Canada. The 
former Miss Angeline Foley, 710 South 18th street, and Mr. Johnson, son of 
Mrs. Agnes Johnson of Milwaukee, were married this morning at 9 o'clock by 
the Rev. Martin Jaekls at the St. Paul's Catholic church.
Yards of bridal illusion veil that ended in a pointed trim stitched in silk 
trailed behind the bride as she walked to the altar escorted by her brother, 
Thomas Foley, who gave her in marriage. The veil, made in the new handkerchief 
style, fell from a skull cap with shirring and tiny velvet flowers around the 
line of the face. The bride's gown was of ivory satin cut in fifteenth century 
renaissance lines. The cowl neckline was held in place by two pearl clips. The 
sleeves were dolmans and tiny buttons made the back closing. The gown had its 
own long train. The bride's bouquet was of yellow chrysanthemums with oak.
Miss Lucinda Burns, a friend of the bride, was maid of honor and the bridesmaids 
were Miss Betty Sullivan and Miss Adeline Hampton, Joseph Bobinski of Milwaukee 
was Mr. Johnson's best man and Jack Foley was the groomsman. Little Patsy Ann 
DeLorme, the bride's niece, was the flower girl.
Miss Burns wore a gown of rust-leaf velvet. An extreme off-the-face hat of 
matching velvet completed her ensemble. She carried a bouquet of gladioli and 
tritonas. Miss Sullivan's velvet frock was of moss green and Miss Hampton's of 
rich Burmah brown. They wore small velvet hats with long face veils dotted with 
chenille. They carried bouquets similar to the one carried by Miss Burns.
Milwaukee, Chicago and Green Bay guests attended the reception and dinner at 
the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Greenwold. 
Supper will be served this evening to 50 guests. 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be at home in Milwaukee after October 1. Mr. Johnson 
is associated with his brothers in business. Before her marriage the bride was 
employed in the offices of the Aluminum Goods Mfg. Co.
Manitowoc Herald Times, September 14, 1935  P. 20
In the obituary of Thomas Foley, buried in Calvary, Manitowoc, is listed a 
sister, Mrs. Angeline Johnson of Milwaukee. 
(Herald Times Reporter, May 28, 1983 P. 3) 
Angeline N Johnson
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 87  
Given Name Angeline  
Middle Name N  
Surname Johnson  
Birth Date 01 Oct 1907  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Previous Residence Postal Code 53208  
Event Date 29 Jan 1994  

Buried in Calvary cemetery, Manitowoc, #43

Bernice married Claude Allie and is buried in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44

Dorothy Goetz Becomes Bride of Walter Thompson 
Before an altar banked with pink and white gladiolas Miss Dorothy Marie 
Goetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz, 1602 New York Avenue, was 
given in marriage by her father to Walter G. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Gilbert Thompson, 930 South 18th street. It was a double ring ceremony 
performed by the Rev. E. A. Radey at 9 o'clock this morning at Holy 
Innocents church.
The bride chose for her wedding a gown of white starched chiffon made on 
princess lines with long sleeves which were puffed at the shoulder and 
fitted from the elbow down ending in points over the wrists. The pleated 
bodice had a sweetheart neckline and inserts of alencon lace extended from 
the shoulder to the hem in front and panels of it ran down the back of the 
gown and full length of the train. Her fingertip veil and shoulder veil of 
illusion fell from a Juliet cap of maline and pearls trimmed with orange 
blossoms. The single strand of pearls around her neck was a gift from the 
groom and she carried a cascade bouquet of white gladiolas and a chiffon 
handerkerchief with a border of lace.Miss Harriette Haworth of Fond du Lac, 
a cousin of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore aqua silk marquisette 
with inserts of lace extended over the shoulders and through the short 
puffed sleeves. The wide flared skirt was made entirely of rows of lace 
and she wore a matching Juliet cap similar to the bride's trimmed with 
pearls. Her cascade bouquet was of pale peach gladiolas. 
Miss Theo Kaufmann and Miss Louise Wyman, niece of the groom, were bridesmaids. 
Pink val-ray fashioned their dresses which were made with fitted whirred 
bodices, short puffed sleeves, sweetheart necklines and full gored skirts. 
They also wore matching Juliet caps and carried cascade bouquets of pale 
pink gladiolas. 
Patsy Hein as flower girl wore white val-ray with a high neckline which had 
a yoke trimmed with small pink flowers and from which fell two streamers. 
Her sleeves were short and she also wore a Juliet cap of white net and pearls 
topped with a tiny satin bow and streamers which fell down the back. She 
carried a white basket filled with pale pink gladiolas.
Charles Shemchak was best man and Raymond Lippert and John Surfus were 
After the ceremony, breakfast as served at the home of the bride's parents 
to the immediate families and bridal party. Dinner was served at noon at 
the Brita Center and there will be a reception from 3 until 6 o'clock this 
Immediately after the reception the couple will leave on a wedding trip and 
after September 8th will be at home to friends at 1602 New York avenue.
The groom is employed at the Manitowoc Ship Building Co. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, August 28, 1941  P. 32
Her father, Anton Goetz, passed away December 10, 1958, and his obituary 
states that a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Thompson, preceded him in death. Her 
father is buried in Calvary cemetery, Manitowoc.

Elva married George Moakler and is buried in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44

She is in Knollwood Memorial Gardens cem. #33 with her first husband William Shier.

She married Henry Bonnefoi. They are in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc cem. #44

Lillian Heise is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, #44

She married Roy Craddock is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, #44

She married Joseph Krainik. They are buried in Knollwood Chapel Mausoleum, #32

He is buried in St. Annes #38

She married John Peterik and is in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Miss Ruth Hollander United In Marriage to Harley Lyon 
Before an improvised altar of gladioli, zinnias, and ferns, in the George 
Hollander home, 1109 Green street, Miss Ruth Hollander and Harley Lyon 
exchanged their wedding vows at noon Monday. The Rev. Hubert Feldt, pastor 
of the Wesley Methodist Episcopal church, read the service. 
The bride is the daughter of George Hollander, and the groom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Lyon, 1219 South 18th street. 
The bride was attractive in a floor length gown of pale blue crepe, closely 
fitted. She wore a turban to match and carried a bouquet of small pink roses, 
blue delphinium, white bachelor buttons and ferns. Her bridesmaid was her 
cousin, Miss Mildred Groll, who was attired in a gown of deep lavender crepe, 
similar in fashion to that worn by the bride. Miss Groll carried roses, ferns, 
and baby breath.
Henry Bonnefoi attended the groom.
Dinner for family members and the bridal party was served at the Hotel 
Manitowoc after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyon have left on a week's honeymoon, which they will spend in 
Chicago. They will make their home here at 1305 South 21st street. The bride, 
graduate of Lincoln high school, was employed at the Buerstatte company, the 
office of the late Lawrence Ledvina, and recently at the Whitelaw and Cato 
banks. Mr. Lyon, graduate of the Antigo high school, is window trimmer at the 
local J. C. Penney company store.
Manitowoc Herald Times, September 5, 1933  P. 25 
In the obituary of Carl R. Hollander, buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc 
(d. 1980) is listed a sister, Mrs. Harley (Ruth) Lyon of Sheboygan.
Ruth Lyon
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 74  
Given Name Ruth  
Surname Lyon  
Birth Date 22 Oct 1911  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Sheboygan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin  
Previous Residence Postal Code 53081  
Event Date Jul 1985  
Ruth Lillie Lyon
Wisconsin Death Index
Name Ruth Lillie Lyon  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 17 Jul 1985  
Event Place , Sheboygan, Wisconsin  
Residence Place Sheb, Wisconsin  
Certificate Number 017869  
"Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997," database, FamilySearch 

Charles J. Holly, 80, of 3742 S. Lake Dr., Beaverton, died Sunday, Oct. 8, 1989, 
in the Bay Medical Center, Bay City, after a short illness.
Born in Manitowoc, Wisc., Aug. 19, 1909, he came to Gladwin County in 1974. Mr. 
Holly was a retired civil service worker for the U.S. Navy and a member of the 
Manistowac Lodge 65 F&AM, Bay City Consistory, Elf Khurakeh Shrine Temple, 
Saginaw, Two Rivers Shrine, Two Rivers, Wisc. and the Frontier Shrine Club, 
Mr. Holly and the former Marjorie French were married, July 30, 1932, in 
Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Mary Goode of Ontarion, Ore.; 
4 sons, Charles Jr. of Sanford, N. C., Thomas of Two Rivers, Wisc., Nicholas II 
of Whitmore Lake and Dr. James of Deerfield Beach, Fla.; one brother, Robert of 
Tish Mills, Wisc.; 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild. He was preceded 
in death by a sister, Ruth Pope and a brother, Nicholas.
Services were held today, Wednesday at 3 p.m. from the Sisson-Mathews Funeral 
Home. The Rev. Donald Keen officiated and burial was in the Billings Township 
Cemetery. A Masonic service was held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be made 
to the Shriner's Hospital. 
Gladwin County Record dated, October 11, 1989.
Find A Grave Memorial# 13487478 

Thomas C. Hughes, 53, of 609 Marquette Ave., South Milwaukee, died unexpectedly 
after a heart attack Friday afternoon.
Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mothen-Bell Funeral Home, South 
Milwaukee, and at 10 a.m. at St. John Catholic Church there. Burial will be in 
Holy Sepelchure (sic) cemetery, South Milwaukee.
Mr. Hughes, son of the late William Hughes and Mrs. Hughes, was born Dec. 9, 1908 
at Joliet, Ill.  He attended Lincoln High School, Manitowoc, and was president of 
the Class of 1927 and was active in school athletics. Thirty years ago he married 
Alice Miller of Manitowoc. He had been employed by Line Material Co., South 
Surviving are his wife, two sons, Thomas Jr., of South Milwaukee and James of Los 
Angeles; three daughters, Mary, Mrs. Donald Luedtke and Mrs. Dennis Wink of South 
Milwaukee; mother, Mrs. William Hughes of Kenosha; three brothers, Robert of Fort 
Leonard Wood, Mo., and William and James of Kenosha; four sisters, Mrs. Charles 
Jaskwich (sic),  Mrs. Frank Sisk, Mrs. Schuyler Seager and Mrs. Robert La Duke of 
South Milwaukee; and three grandchildren.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Sunday.
Manitowoc Herald Times, August 11, 1962 
Find A Grave Memorial# 134372468

Erna married Adolph Graebel. They are in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43

Edward Isselmann Takes Bride In Ceremony in East Today 
The interest of many in Manitowoc today is centered in a ceremony read in 
Altoona, Pa., this morning, during which Edward Isselmann, son of Frank 
Isselmann of this city and an eastern representative of the Aluminum Goods Mfg. 
Co., took Miss Marie Carroll of Altoona as his bride. Miss Carroll is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Carroll of Altoona and it was her brother, the 
Rev. Paul Carroll, who performed the ceremony and read the nuptial mass at St. 
Leo's Catholic church at 8 o'clock. 
The bride's sister, Miss Beatrice, was maid of honor and George Riessteck of 
Altoona was best man. The bride wore a dubonnet suit with black accessories and 
a corsage of gardenias for her wedding an her sister wore a cedar green suit 
with brown accessories and tea roses.
After a short honeymoon, the Isselmanns will live in Harrisburg, Pa. 
Among the guests at the wedding today are Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pratt of Pittsburg, 
Mr. Isselmann's brother-in-law and sister.
Manitowoc Herald Times, October 7, 1937  P. 22
Isselmann Honored At Mirro Clinic
Edward J. Isselmann, Mirro Aluminum Co. sales representative the past 46 years 
and who retired last year, was honored at the company's national sales clinic 
just concluded. 
He was awarded the Mirro outstanding sales achievement plaque and ring for his 
1972 sales performance. Mirro salesmen in the company's Mid Atlantic sales 
territory, as a special tribute, had the ring set with nine diamonds. It was 
presented to Isselmann by Mid-Atlantic District sales manager C.L. Jones.
Isselmann, a native of Manitowoc, joined the company in 1927, working in the 
research and advertising departments. He was later transferred to the sales 
division and in 1932 was assigned a sales territory in Harrisburg, Pa. In 1953, 
he was assigned to the Philadelphia area.
His brother, George, is the New York District sales manager for Mirro. Another 
brother, Carl, deceased, was vice-president and general sales manager of the 
Herald Times Reporter, June 15, 1973  P. 1

He is buried in Calvary Mausoleum, #43 with his wife Grace.

Jean became a Nun and is buried in Franciscan Sisters cemetery, Manitowoc, #46
She was Sr. M. Maureen Joyce.

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

I believe he is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43

Mrs. Flora Lauritsen, daughter of Mrs. Emma Ulrich, became the bride of William 
Kapitz, son of George Kapitz of this city at the St. John's Lutheran church at 
Two Rivers this afternoon at 1:30. The ceremony was read by Rev.Haase in the 
presence of only immediate relatives.
The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ulrich. A supper was served 
immediately after the ceremony after which Mr. and Mrs. Kapitz left on a honeymoon 
trip to Milwaukee and Chicago for one week. Upon arrival back to the city the 
couple will reside at ???? Eighteenth street at Two Rivers. Mr. Kapitz is a foreman 
at the Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Company at Two Rivers.
Manitowoc Herald News, August 31, 1929  P. 9
William Kapitz
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 71  
Given Name William  
Surname Kapitz  
Birth Date 09 Sep 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin  
Previous Residence Postal Code 53216  
Event Date Jun 1980  

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc on same stone with Alvin R. Koepsel 
whom she married in 1942. Adolph Belinske, 1st husband is not mentioned in her 

He is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43

Wedding At Noon Today
The Rev. Eugene Healy, S.J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Healy, former residents 
of Manitowoc, officiated at the high noon ceremony in the St. Aloysius church 
parsonage in Spokane, Wash., today when Miss Germaine Kestly and Edwin Bryan 
Ives were married.
Jerry, as she is known to her friends, is the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Joseph 
Kestley, 1015 S. 14th street, and before her resigning in January she was employed 
in the Manitowoc office of the Department of Internal Revenue.
For her marriage the bride donned a coral gabardine suit with white accessories 
and a shoulder corsage of white roses and lilies of the valley. The couple was 
Immediately after the ceremony the newlyweds left on their honeymoon to Couer 
D'Alene, Idaho, and Spokane, and will return to Richland, Wash., after a week 
to reside at 1308 Mahan avenue. Mr. Ives is employed by E. I. DuPont de Nemours 
and company Inc. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, May 24, 1945  P. 6
Germaine Ives
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 66  
Given Name Germaine  
Surname Ives  
Birth Date 11 Sep 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Benton, Washington  
Previous Residence Postal Code 99352  
Event Date Apr 1975  
Germaine T. Ives
Find A Grave Index
Name Germaine T. Ives  
Event Type Burial  
Event Date 1975  
Event Place Richland, Benton, Washington, United States of America  
Photograph Included Y  
Birth Date 10 Sep 1909  
Death Date 13 Apr 1975  
Affiliate Record Identifier 133428470  
Cemetery Sunset Memorial Gardens

She married Melvin Shaw then a Sullivan. Haven't found his first name yet.
She is buried in Evergreen on the same lot with Shaw, but her
stone is Sullivan and his is Shaw.

He is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43

Mabel married Ralph Soukup. They are buried in Jambo Creek Cemetery, #27

Alice Kolbeck is buried in Calvary cemetery, Manitowoc, #43

She married Orvin Hansen and they are both in Evergreen

Grace is in St. Annes cemetery, #38

The Rev. Ray Fox performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Evelyn Barbara 
Zachek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zachek of Denmark, and Raymond Kotche, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kotche of Francis Creek. The mass was read at the St. 
Mary's church at Hilbert at 7 o'clock yesterday morning.
Miss Viola Zachek attended as bridesmaid and Louis Cherney was best man. For her 
wedding the bride chose a white satin gown with an overjacket of lace. She used 
white accessories and carried a shower bouquet of roses and baby breath. The 
bridesmaid's gown was of blue taffeta and she used white accessories. She carried 
a mixed bouquet.
Supper was served to 150 people at Jorgensen's camp at Hilbert. Mr. and Mrs. 
Kotche will defer their honeymoon until a later date.
Manitowoc Herald Times, June 13, 1934  P. 20 
Raymond Kotche
Wisconsin Death Index
Name Raymond Kotche  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 27 Jun 1975  
Event Place Madi, , Wisconsin  (Madison)
Residence Place , Wisconsin  
Gender Male  
Age 66  
Certificate Number 017594  
Wisconsin Death Index, 1959-1997
Raymond J. Kotche, age 66, of Sun Prairie, died on Friday, June 27, 1975 of 
cancer at a Madison hospital. Born in Milwaukee, December 11, 1908, he was a 
recently retired heavy equipment operator. He was a member of Sacred Heart 
Catholic Church, Sun Prairie and the International Union of Operating Engineers. 
Survivors include his wife, Evelyn; two sons, Gerald of Janesvllle and Thomas, 
with the Navy in Rota, Spain; five daughters, Patricia of Sun Prairie, Rosemary 
Sommerville of Morristown, TN, Judith Parks of Cottage Grove, Marilyn Schasse 
of Sun Prairie, and Pamela, with the Navy in Washington, DC; and two brothers, 
Carl of Manitowoc and Howard of Orlando, FL. He was preceded in death by a 
daughter, Donna, who died in October of 1974. Funeral services will be held at 
Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Sun Prairie at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 30. 
Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. on Sunday, 
June 29 at the Tuschen Funeral Home, Sun Prairie, where a Scripture service will 
be held at 8 p.m. The family requests that memorials be made to the Wisconsin 
Chapter of the American Cancer Society. WSJ 6/29/1975
Find A Grave Memorial# 61569242 

At a Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krueger announcement 
was made of the engagement of their daughter Miss Anita to Emil Khail, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Khail, Sr. No definite date for the wedding has been announced.
Manitowoc Herald News, November 28, 1930  P. 8 
Miss Anita Krueger Weds Emil Khail in Afternoon 
Miss Anita Krueger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krueger, 522 South Twenty-
seventh street, became the bride of Emil Khail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Khail, 
Sr., at a pretty church ceremony at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The marriage 
rites were read by the Rev. Paul H. Blaufuss at the St. John's Evangelical 
The bride was charmingly attired in a chalk white satin form fitting full length 
gown. Her tulle veil, trimmed with Chantilly lace, was fashioned in cap shape 
caught on the sides with sprays of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet 
of mixed flowers. Miss Pauline Khail, sister of the groom, was the bridesmaid. 
Her dress was of a pale green colored net with a satin foundation, with which 
she wore a picture hat of the same shade. She carried an arm bouquet of mixed 
flowers. Phillis Schmalfedt acted as the flower girl and Jacqueline Marks was 
the ring bearer. The children wore diminutive frocks of pale yellow organdy which 
reached their ankles. They had satin ribbons of the same color fastened in their hair.
Bernard Jacobs and Archie Lawrence attended the groom.
A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony. 
Following which a 5:30 o'clock dinner was served the wedding party with covers 
placed for 40 guests.
Manitowoc Evening Times, August 1, 1931  P. 5
In her mother's obituary, published in the Manitowoc Herald Times, November 25, 
1970, she was living in" Golf Port, Miss."
Anita J Khail
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 83  
Given Name Anita  
Middle Name J  
Surname Khail  
Birth Date 29 Apr 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Harrison, Mississippi  
Previous Residence Postal Code 39530  
Event Date 31 Dec 1992  
Biloxi National Cemetery 
Harrison County
Mississippi, USA
Plot: E, 0, 199-F 
Imported from: US Veteran's Affairs
Record added: Feb 25, 2000 
Find A Grave Memorial# 872994 

She married Eldred Schnuelle, they are both in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc #44

Private Walter C. Krush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krush, 620 Huron street, 
who enlisted in the Army on Sept. 17 and left for Fort Sheridan Sept. 21, is 
now in training at Camp Stewart, Georgia. He is in a special new anti-aircraft 
unit of the coast artillery.
Manitowoc Herald Times, October 3, 1942  P. 5
A Walter Krush was living in Milwaukee at the time of his father Henry's death 
in May, 1957. His father is buried in Evergreen cemetery, #44. 

He is buried in Evergreen cemetery, #44

She married Frank Rebitz. They are both buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, #44

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Alice Kunz Is Feted At Farewell Affair
Miss Alice Kunz, who will leave with her parents next week for a new home 
in Janesville, was feted at a surprise farewell party by a group of friends 
at her home, 1807 Wollmer street. The girls who called presented a desk 
lamp to Miss Kunz.
Guests at the party were Violet Opichka, Anita Kassner, Elva Faller, Evelyn 
Rivollier, Rose Marie Dornaus, Lorraine Klackner, Angeline Schroeder, Jean 
Gunn, Carol Bermke, Helen Sedlacek, Virginia Artz, Violet Boehm, Gertrude 
Frisch, Violet Gerl, Jane Wellhoefer, Grace Hartl, Marie Helgerson, Edna 
Fricke, Lucille Johnsen, and Leona Duveneck. Bunco was the game played 
during the evening, and honors went to Helen Sedlacek and Carol Bermke. 
Lunch was served after the games. 
Manitowoc Herald Times, December 15, 1934  P. 24
Receives Library Science Degree
A former Janesville resident, Alice Kunz, Madison, who resided at 615 Myrtle 
St. here, has received a master of science degree in library science from the 
University of Wisconsin. She plans to work in a library in Milwaukee.
Before going on to school, Miss Kunz taught in grade schools in Genoa City, 
Beloit, Racine and North Chicago, Ill. 
Janesville Gazette, July 12, 1965  P. 9

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

He is buried in Calvary, Manitowoc #43

In the obituary of Frank La Gesse (b. 1887/d. 1973) published in the Herald 
Times Reporter February 26, 1973, a son Frank is listed as living in Appleton. 
Miss Helen Steffen Becomes Bride of Clintonville Man 
In a simple ceremony performed at 10:30 a.m. today at the parsonage of Holy Name 
church, Miss Hildgarde Helen Steffen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steffen, 
1210 Superior avenue, became the bride of Frank F. La Gesse of Clintonville, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Gesse, Sr., of Manitowoc. The ceremony was performed 
by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Philipp Dreis.
A royal blue gown with gold trim was worn by the bride and her flowers were 
Johanna Hill roses and pompons designed into a shoulder bouquet and tied with 
gold ribbon.
Miss Eleanor Steffen, attending her sister as maid of honor, was attired in 
slate blue with dubonnet accessories complemented with a shoulder corsage of 
Briarcliff roses and pompons with a dubonnet bow.
The bridesmaid, Mr. Bruno Reinl, wore a dubonnet dress with matching accessories 
and a shoulder bouquet of Briarcliff roses and pompons designed with a blue bow.
Ellery Kagda of Manitowoc was the bridegroom's best man and Bruno Reinl attended 
as groomsman.
A wedding dinner was served at 1 o'clock this noon at the Gra?? Hotel for the 
immediate families. 
The bride and bridegroom left later this afternoon on a wedding trip to Chicago. 
For traveling, the bride selected a suit of Spanish wine shade trimmed with 
Kolmsky fur and complemented with brown accessories.
After Oct. 15, the newly-married couple will be at home at 106 East Twelfth 
street, Clintonville, where the bridegroom is manager of the Western Union 
office. Prior to her marriage, the bride held a position in the accounting 
department of the Vollrath company.
Sheboygan Press, October 6, 1937  P. 18 
Mr. Frank F. La Gesse
2725 N. Elmwood Ct., Appleton 
Age 65, died at 10:10 p.m. Wednesday 
He was born March 30, 1910 in Manitowoc, where he became affiliated with the 
Western Union Telegraph Company and resided for 27 years. After this time Mr. 
and Mrs. La Gesse lived in Clintonville and Escanaba, and have been Appleton 
residents since 1956, where he managed the Western Union Telegraph Office 
until his retirement in 1972, having been in the company's employ for 43 years. 
Mr. La Gesse was the president of the Telegrapher's Union, Local 206, for a 
period of 20 years. The survivors include his wife, Hildegarde Steffen 
La Gesse, three daughters, Mrs. Ronald E. (Charlotte) Wolf of Oshkosh, Mrs. 
Michael D. (Virginia) Bruenning, and Mrs. Terry L. (Susan) Hosettler, both 
of Appleton, and six grandchildren. Complete funeral services will be 11 a.m. 
Saturday, at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Interment will take place in 
Highland Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral Home from 
4 to 9 p.m. Friday, and after 8 a.m. Saturday, until the cortege leaves for 
the church. The prayer and scripture service will be 7;30 p.m. Friday. A 
memorial fund is being established. 
Appleton Post Crescent, January 22, 1976  P. 21

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Miss Grace Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Lang, former residents of the 
city, was graduated from Ypsilanti, Michigan on Monday, June 23. Miss Lang will 
be engaged as teacher at Detroit, Mich., next year.
Manitowoc Herald News, June 26, 1930  P. 6
Announcement of the engagement of Miss Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois 
Lang, former local residents now making their home at Grand Rapids, Michigan, 
to William A. Kindley of Detroit, has been made at Grand Rapids, according to 
information received by relatives in this city.
Miss Lang attended the schools in this city and later taught school at Bloomfield 
Hills, Michigan. She is a member of Pi Kappa Sigma sorority.
Mr. Kindley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kindley of Baltimore, Maryland, 
and is a graduate of the University of Virginia where he was a member of the Phi 
Sigma Kappa fraternity.
Date for the wedding has not been set. 
Manitowoc Herald News, July 16, 1931 P. 8 
Miss Grace Lang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Lang, former local residents now 
living at Grand Rapids, Mich., was married to William Kindley of Detroit today. 
The nuptial vows ewre made in the chapel of the East Congregational church, Grand 
Rapids, at 10 o'clock this morning at a service read by the Rev. Mr. Fifield.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Lucille Lang, and the bridegroom had 
as best man his brother, Edard Kindley, Detroit.
Mrs. Kindley was a student in the Manitowoc schools and taught at Bloomfield 
Hills, Mich…..The Bride and groom have left on a honeymoon trip through northern 
Michigan and after their return will make their home in Detroit.
Manitowoc Herald News, August 22, 1931 P. 7 

Gurth P Langenkamp
United States Social Security Death Index
Age 89  
Given Name Gurth  
Middle Name P  
Surname Langenkamp  
Birth Date 13 Dec 1909  
State Wisconsin  
Last Place of Residence Waukesha, Wisconsin  
Previous Residence Postal Code 53186  
Event Date 27 Jun 1998  

She married Peter Larsen and they are both buried in Knollwood Mausoleum, #32
(Note: Her maiden surname should be Levenhagen. It was mis-spelled in the yearbook)

He is buried in Evergreen, Manitowoc #44

Schoolmate is Bride of Harvey H. Lenz at Ceremony This Noon 
Today, as Harvey H. Lenz heard the Rev. Irving G. Putnam read the marriage 
service which made Mis Rena Mae Lyon of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, his bride, 
Arthur Fishbeck, a lifelong friend, was standing at his side as his best man. 
On July 24, when Mr. Fishbeck takes Miss Pauline Roadman of Sioux City, Iowa, 
as his bride, the offices of the two young men will be reversed, and today's 
bridegroom will be best man.
At exactly high noon the nuptial rites for Miss Lyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
L. P. Lyon of Sioux Falls, and Mr. Lenz of this city, were read by Rev. Putman 
at the First Methodist church in Sioux Falls.
After the guests had been escorted to their places by Delbert Lyon, Dave Bowring, 
Glen Lyon and Elmer Baeckman of Manitowoc, the ushers, Mrs. C. R. VanAusdall 
began the organ processional. The ushers, followed by Miss Ruth Gibbs, bridesmaid, 
Miss Helen Holbrook, maid of honor, and Janice Silcox, flower girl, led the 
procession to the altar. Miss Gibbs was wearing blue lace over taffeta in 
redingote style and carrying pink roses, larkspur and baby breath twisted into 
single wedding ring design. Miss Holbrook wore peach net over taffeta and her 
flowers styled as the bridesmaid's, were shaded blue delphinium and baby breath.
White lace extending from the bride's princess gown trailed behind her as she 
walked to the altar. Satin gleamed through the open work of the lace design. 
Only partly did the fingertip veil cover the gown. The bridal bouquet, in double-
ring design, had in it white roses, Easter lilies, valley lilies and gardenias.
During the ceremony Henry Brummel, Mitchell, S.D., tenor, sang "At Dawning" and 
"I Love You Truly."
The bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. Lyon received the wedding guests at the church 
immediately after the ceremony and then went to the Terrace park tearoom for 
the wedding dinner. After dinner the bride changed her wedding gown for a going-
away redingote frock of black and white sheer, and she and Mr. Lenz left for a 
honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin and into Canada. After July 15th, they will 
be at home at 242 Forrest avenue, OshKosh.
Mr. Lenz, who is in the United States government service as field executive for 
the works department, has his headquarters at Oshkosh. He is a graduate of Dakota 
Wesleyan university, which his bride also attended. His fraternal affiliation is 
with Pi Kappa Phi of which he was president.
Wisconsin guests at the wedding today were Mrs. H. W. Lenz and daughter Marion, 
Arthur Fishbeck and Elmer Baeckman of Manitowoc, and the groom's sister, Miss 
Myrtle Lenz, and Miss Mayme Edlebeck of Green Bay.
Manitowoc Herald Times, June 30, 1937  P. 22
Harvey H. Lenz, 67, of 380? W. Briar Lane, Green Bay, died Sunday evening at home.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Grace Lutheran Church, Green Bay. 
The Rev. Dean Kilgust will officiate with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Green Bay.
Mr. Lenz was born May 23, 1909, at Manitowoc, son of the late Herman and Emma Lenz. 
He was graduated from Lincoln High School, Manitowoc, and Dakota Wesleyan University 
and was an All State football player for two years. Mr. Lenz had been a federal 
government engineer in Manitowoc and an alignment engineer for Manitowoc Shipbuilding 
Inc. He was a former general manager for Clipper City Transit Co., home office 
representative for Time Insurance Co. of Milwaukee for 25 years and an independent 
insurance salesman after 1974.
Mr. Lenz was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Green Bay, Royal Scott Country Club, 
Green Bay Elks Club, Tripoli Shrine Temple, Wisconsin DeMolay and holder of the 
legion honor award. He was also a member of Northwest Wisconsin Scottish Rite, 
Green Bay Shrine Club, Theodore Roosevelt Lodge No. 322, Wisconsin Highway 
Commission, and Manitowoc Zoning Board and past member of Manitowoc Lions Club.
Survivors include his wife, the former Mae Lyon, two sons, Gordon, of Green Bay 
and Russell, of Quartz Hill, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Currey (Gini) Pettus, of 
Atlanta, Ga.; his step-mother, Mrs. Stella Lenz, of Manitowoc; five sisters, Mrs. 
Mildred Weihbrecht, of Lewiston, Me., Miss Myrtle Lenz, of Green Bay, Mrs. Merlin 
(Marion) Ruppelt and Mrs. Elmer (Audrey) Schmidt, of Manitowoc and Mrs. Joe 
(LaVerne) Buffington, of Illinois; two grandchildren, Jeff and Jim Lenz, and 
nieces and nephews. A sister preceded him in death.
Friends may call at Findeisen-Greiser Funeral Home, 617 S. Roosevelt Ave., Green 
Bay, from 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday where a Masonic memorial service will be at 730 
p.m. A memorial Fund has been established in his name.
Herald Times Reporter, May 9, 1977  P. 3

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Regal, who were married by the Rev. L. H. Koenninger 
at the First German Evangelical Lutheran church in this city at 2 o'clock 
Tuesday afternoon, are enjoying a wedding trip through the southern part of 
the state. After July 15 they will be at home at 217 South Adams street, Green 
The bride, the former Miss Viola Lippert, is a daughter of Mr.and Mrs. L. E. 
Lippert, 1422 Marshall street, and the groom is the son of Miss Minnie Regal, 
The bride was attended at the wedding by Miss Mary Regal, as maid of honor, and 
Miss Myrtle Fischer, as bridesmaid. Raymond Lippert and Robert Luebke attended 
the groom.
After a reception held at the home of the bride's parents a wedding dinner was 
served to 80 guests at the church parlors of St. John's Evangelical church.
Manitowoc Herald News, July 1, 1931  P. 6
In her mother, Theresa Lippert's obituary, published in the Appleton Post Crescent, 
June 19, 1970, Viola is listed as living in Appleton. 
Viola Amelia Regal
Wisconsin Death Index
Name Viola Amelia Regal  
Event Type Death  
Event Date 29 Dec 1996  
Event Place , Outagamie, Wisconsin  
Residence Place Outa, Wisconsin  
Certificate Number 038288
Viola A Regal
Find A Grave Index
Name Viola A Regal  
Event Type Burial  
Event Date 1996  
Event Place Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin, United States of America  
Photograph Included N  
Birth Date 24 Feb 1909  
Death Date 29 Dec 1996  
Affiliate Record Identifier 162816383  
Cemetery Appleton Highland Memorial Park  

She is in Evergreen cemetery, Manitowoc, #44