BioA: Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Golden - 1977)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Albrecht, Frei, Smigelski, Bixler

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/23/1977

Albrecht, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Golden – 14 June 1977)

The children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Albrecht of Neillsville honored their parents with an open house in observance of their golden wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, June 19, at the Masonic Temple. It was a delightful afternoon, with approximately 114 friends and relatives present for the occasion.

Tables in the dining room were decorated for the occasion with centerpieces of white and gold roses. A special anniversary cake, also in gold and white, featured gold frosting rosed in a heart-shape arrangement.

Richard Albrecht and Emilie B, Frei were married June 16, 1927, at the Frei home in Neillsville by Rev. Bixler. Both have lived in the Neillsville area since before their marriage.

Mr. Albrecht was born in Green Lake County and moved to a farm west of Neillsville as a small child. He became an automobile mechanic and later operated the Mobil filling station in Neillsville. Now retired, he busies himself with gardening and still enjoys bowling.

Mrs. Albrecht, a native of Monticello, moved with her parents to a farm south of Neillsville. A teacher by profession, she taught for about 23 years in area rural schools before retiring. Nowadays she enjoys raising flowers and has many hobbies to keep her occupied.

The Albrecht’s children are Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Albrecht of Palouse, Wa., Mr. and Mrs. George Albrecht of St. Paul, Mn., and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Sarah) Smigelski of Atwater, Ca. There are four grandchildren, Susan Lynn, Cynthia Ann and Christine Lee Smigelski and Jennifer Albrecht.



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