Vol. 5 Issue 1
Sacred Heart Parish 100 Year Calendar
Black and white 81/2 x 11" paper, wire bound
Contains lists of Pastors, Sisters, Sons and Daughters, members of various clubs, Parish Council officers, the first 100 marriages performed at Sacred Heart Church, and some great old pictures. The calendar days list different happenings over the years on those days.
probably sold out by this date
Sacred Heart Centennial Book
By Clarence Jungwirth
182 pages, 81/2 x 11" paper, folio bound.
Great history of Sacred Heart Parish for the first 100 years. Contains many pictures never before seen in any publication.
If you are familiar with Clarence's previous books then you will know what this book is like. I wish it was a real book just so the pictures would be better, instead of just copies.
$20.00 + $2.00 postage
History of Sacred Heart Christian Youth Organization $10.00 +$2.00 postage
Compilation of old church bulletins - 2 vol. set $40.00 + $4.00 postage
Financial reports of Sacred Heart $10.00 + $2.00 postage
Books available from
Sacred Heart Parish Office
or at the annual picnic
Sacred Heart 100 year Class Reunion
June 17, 2006
During the annual picnic
1-4 pm for classes from 1920, 1930, 1940's
4-7 pm for classes from 1950 and 1960's
7-10 pm for classes from 1970, 1980, 1990's
Contact the parish office with an RSVP if you plan on attending
phone: (920) 235-2073
or address as above
Some newspaper stories on the Troiber's
Joseph Troiber death
May 20, 1902
May 21, 1902
Katherine Troiber Obituary
April 7, 1917
Edward Troiber Drowning
Nov. 12, 1924
Nov. 14, 1924
Joseph Troiber Obituary
Aug. 31, 1963
Names added to Johann Nigl family picture on photos page
just noted the Johann Nigl family picture submitted by Vanessa does not
have all the names listed. My mother gave me this list::
back row: Mary Herman-John Jr. and Caroline
row: Mary Nebel Nigl Rose Ann Johann
Luther formerly of
Daily Northwestern 1914
WALLERN in WW II
Names for the fallen in WW II on Wallern page
From the book Die Stadt Wallern im Bohmerwald
American liberation of Wallern
The last American G.I. killed in Europe, a Czech American
named Havlat from Neb. was killed in Wallern, by a German sniper. The locals in
Wallern had not heard the news of Germany's surrender and apparently
Wallern Surnames Circa 1945
Names from Listen Der Wallerer Hauser. By Franz K. Walter. Forderverein Wallern/ Bohmerwald
This from Janet Eiler. If anyone wants to help out at the fair let her know.
April 22, 2006
Highholders of Oshkosh
Oshkosh, WI 54901
The Winnebagoland Genealogical Society (WLGS) is going to
be renting a booth at this years Winnebago County Fair, August 8 13, 2006
and invite you to share and participate with our effort to inform the public of
our existence and welcome them to join our society.
As we have found that renting a 10x10 booth is rather
expensive. The booth rental is
$165.00 and $100.00 for $500,000 liability insurance (minimum required by the
Winnebago County Fair Association) WLGS decided to invite other local societies
to join in our booth to help defray the expense.
We invite Highholders of Oshkosh to participate with an
offering to display your publications you might have for sale or any flyers or
brochures you might want to have available for people to take home.
In exchange we ask for a donation toward the booth expense.
If you have any volunteers willing to help staff the booth
that would be greatly appreciated too, but not necessary.
We are limited to two passes that we all must share to have access to the
fairgrounds without charge.
Should this be something anyone might be interested in please contact Janet Eiler at the address above or call 920-651-0656 or email at
Thank you for your consideration and your eagerness for
Janet Eiler, President
Contact: Peter Kinderman
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