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Hoseks celebrate 50 years of marriage

Hoseks celebrate 50 years of marriage

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August 15, 2012
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Victor and Ivarene Hosek of Floresville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 16, 2012.

They met in 1960 at a dance in Poth at the Hermann Sons Hall, and were married June 16, 1962, in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Floresville by Monsignor John J. Gerbermann. A reception and dance followed in the Hermann Sons Hall.

They have been blessed with two children, Bernadette Gayle and Victor Jack, and two grandsons, Cory and Brandon Dworaczyk.

Victor and Ivarene celebrated their 50 years of marriage in a quiet way by attending a polka/waltz/western dance at the Eagles Hall in New Braunfels, where they danced to music provided by Roy Haag’s band, the “Litt’l Fishermen Orchestra.”

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