The Rhinelander Daily News 5 January 1949
Rudy Hellstroms Hold Big Party In Sugar Camp SUGAR CAMP, Jan. 5 - (By News Correspondent) — A silver wedding anniversary, New Year's Eve parties and arrival and departure departure of friends and relatives fol* lowing the holiday season have provided after-Christmas activities for Sugar Camp residents. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hellstrom celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary anniversary Thursday, Dec. 30, with open house. A three-tiered cake decorated the table on which a smorgasbord was served to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mark and sons, Dave and Dick, Mrs. Lilah Potter and John Strasburg, of Beloit; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lindwall and Harry Lindwall, of Rhinelander; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Behn and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behn, of Eagle River; and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laurel, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Augspurger, Mr. and Mrs, Howard Koeppen, James Glair* more, Mickie Sheppard, Alec Johnson, Johnson, Mr. and Mi. Toy ''eybold, Mr and Mrs. Art ZLL.e, Mr. and Mrs Larry Coates, Carl Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nitzel, Mr. and Mrs Ruben Nitzel and Mr. and Mrs Walter Grosman, of Sugar Camp Mr, and Mrs. Hellstrom were the recipients of many gifts and cards and telegrams of congratulations. Mr, and Mrs. Hellstrom also entertained entertained at a New Year's Eve party. party. Guests .were Mr. and Mrs. H C. Mark of-Beloit, Carl Larson, Mr and Mrs. Tom Nitzel, Mr. and Mrs Roy Seybold, Mr. and Mrs. A r Zielke, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Koeppen, Koeppen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laure' and son, Dick, and Mr. and Mrs Lyle Augspurger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laurel en tertained in their home New Year's Eve. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Rudy Hellstrom,. Mr. and Mrs. H C. Mark, Mrs. Lilah Potter, John Strasburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Augs purger and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coates.