BioA: Nebel, Mr/Mrs Henry (50th - 1956)
----Source: Millie Lee's personal scrapbook of news articles
MR. AND MRS. HENRY NEBEL CELEBRATE GOLDEN Dinner and Open House on Successive Days at the E.U.B. Church
The Henry Nebels of Chili celebrated their golden wedding Saturday an Sunday, October 27 and 28. At 6:30 Saturday, the Ladies Aid served a dinner to 135 guests in the E.U.B. church at Chili. On Sunday, Mr. an Mrs. Nebel received at open house in the church parlors.
The wedding cake had the shape of a Bible, bearing the legend "1906-1956".
The Nebels were married December 20, 1906, in the parsonage of the Evangelical church at Marshfield. Their attendants, present also at the jubilee, were George Lindow of Webster and Mrs. Charles Krug of Coloma.
The Nebels lived on a farm in Fremont from their marriage until 1949 when they moved to Chili. They have two daughters and seven grandchildren. The daughters are Frieda (Mrs. Russell Roehl) of Loyal, and Mildred (Mrs. Marion Lee) of Chili.
The Nebels have been useful in the community, both working in the EUB church. Mr. Nebel has served as trustee, class leader and Sunday school teacher. Mrs. Nebel has been president of the Ladies Aid and has served many years as a Sunday school teacher.
Guests attending from a distance were: Mrs. Delia Brauch and Mrs. Ruth Lindow, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Nebel and Mr. and Mrs. George Lindow, Webster; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haberland, Brillion; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rusch, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ott, Mrs. Martha Luckow and Oscar Luckow, Forest Junction; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Luedtke, Lomira; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krug and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin King, Coloma.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holt and family, Sturgeon Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schlinsog and daughters, Janesville; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lindow and family, Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindow and Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Franz Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meissner, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Muir, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lindquist, Sherwood.
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