News: Curtiss News
(9 Jan. 1939)
Contact: History Buffs
Surnames: Laux, Henlich, Kerr, Aukney, Gilbertain, Durbin, Koerner, Aldinger, Herrick, Hile, Kobs, Teach, Peterson, Krueger, Ciok, Sturner, Ostenson, Laabs, Haberlin, Smith, Weber, Farnebach, Lieders, Erdman, Peissig, Green, Johnson, Schoeman
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 01/19/1939
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laux of Abbotsford spent Sunday at the home of Anton Henlick.
Mrs. Joyce Kerr of Cornell is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Aukney.
Mr. and Mrs. Meloin Gilbertain and family moved their house hold goods to Halworth, Wis., where they will be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Durbin were called to Ottawana, Iowa, Saturday by the death of Mr. Durbin’s only brother.
Miss Linda Koerner of Milwaukee is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Koerner and sister, Miss Helen Koerner.
Miss Marie Aldinger returned to St. Paul, Minn., on Monday where she is employed after a two weeks visit with her grand father, Richard Schoeman, and brother, Rubin Aldinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Herrick were at Madison Thursday on business.
Gail Hile of Neillsville was here on business Tuesday.
Ray Kobs spent a few hours at Abbotsford Saturday.
Virgil Teach of Conrath, Wis., was in our burg Saturday.
Mrs. Henry Peterson and Mrs. Martha Krueger were at Owen on business Friday.
Calvin Ciok, the principal of the school, spent the week-end at Unity.
Mrs. Carla Sturner of Stanley was a visitor at the Fred Ostenson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Henlich were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Laabs of Abbotsford to Milan Saturday evening where they were dinner guests at the home of Frank Haberlin.
Albert Smith won the $5.00 banknite here Monday evening.
Joseph Weber of Dorchester was here on a business trip Tuesday.
Oscar Sturner of Colby was a business caller here Tuesday.
Billy Farnebach had his ice house filled this week. Orville Lieders trucked it over from Owen, Wis.
Mrs. Ervin Koerner called on her daughter, Mrs. Adolf Erdman, at Dorchester Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peissig entertained a crowd of relatives at a one o’clock dinner at their home on Sunday. Cards were enjoyed after dinner.
Ralph Green of Abbotsford called on his sister, Mrs. Jacob Johnson, on Saturday.
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