BioA: Mabie, Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Golden - 1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Mabie, Davis, Schoetter, Loga, Clark,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) December 3, 1953
Mabie, Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Golden -
and Mrs. Albert Mabie, former residents of this community,
celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, Thursday, November 26,
with a family dinner at the home of their daughter, Mrs. B. E.
Loga, at Reedsburg, and with Open House at the Eagles Hall in that
city. Their eight children, with their families
attended. Thirty-five sat down to the Thanksgiving
Miss Altha Davis and Albert Mabie were married at
the Methodist parsonage in Neillsville by the Rev. G. W. Campbell.
Their attendants were her brother, Albert Davis, now of River
Falls, and her sister, Miss Addie Davis, deceased. Mr.
Davis was not able to attend because of poor
the time of their marriage Mr. Mabie was foreman in the P. J.
Kemmeter heading mill, and served in that capacity until 1905, when
he received his appointment as rural mail carrier. He served
in this position for 36 years. With the exception of six
months carrying mail on route 4, he served as the carrier on Route
1, at that time the longest route out of Granton.
Mabies spent most of these years in Granton; but since retirement,
they have lived with or near their children’s
Their children are: Mrs. Louie (Vesta) Schoetter,
Chicago; Donovan, Watertown; Mrs. B. E. (Caroline) Loga, Baraboo;
Milo, Neillsville; Mrs. C. (Irene) Clark, Reedsburg; Ernest, Plain;
Mrs. Howard (Adeline) Berger, Carney, Mich.; and Ted, Stephenson,
Mich. There are 19 grandchildren, and all were present with
the exception of Donna Mabie, the oldest grandchild, who is with
the armed forces.
Several friends and relatives from here had planned to attend but due to weather conditions remained at home.
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