News: Curtiss, Wis. (31
Surnames: Machlett, Rice, Fricke, Green, Wendt, Buchanan, Juneau, Aschbrok, Meyers, Hoff, Hennlich, Boardman, McCorrison, Thompson, Hanson, Fahrenbach, Jakel, Lupient, Peterson, Froland, Pease, Borreson
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/31/1944
Curtiss - Aug. 31, 1944
Mrs. Henry Machlett of Cleveland, Ohio and Miss Jacqueline Rice of Toledo, Ohio, returned to their home on Thursday after a week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Machlett. The former is their daughter in law and the latter a niece.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fricke and daughter of Denmark, Wis., visited at the home of the former’s brother, Paul Fricke, and family the first of the week.
An ice cream social for the benefit of the Lutheran cemetery association will be given on the lawn at the Fred Machlett home on Saturday evening, Sept. 1st.
Mrs. Chas. Wendt and son of Eau Claire spent several days last week with her sister in law, Mrs. Floyd Buchanan, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Juneau and children spent several days fishing at Post Lake last week.
Henry Aschbrok and Ted Frane left last week for the Dakotas to be employed in the harvest fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke were dinner guests at the A. J. Hennlich home, on Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Hennlich’s birthday.
Second Lt. Harley Hoff of Camp Lee, Wis., is enjoying a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoff. His sisters and families were at home at a family gathering in his honor on Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boardman and children of Thorp and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCorrison and daughter, of Marshfield.
Teachers from this community who left for their schools this week-end are the Misses Minnie Thompson, Milwaukee; Anna B. Hanson, Wausau; Evelyn Fahrenbach and Loraine Jakel, Edgar; Thea Thompson, Beloit; Elaine Jakel, Medford; Marion Lupient, Marinette; Alma Thompson, Abbotsford; and Mrs. Ralph Peterson, Owen, Wis.
The Ladies’ Aid of the Ev. Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Richard Froland at Owen on Thursday, September 7th.
Ensign and Mrs. George Pease and sons spent the week-end at the home of the latter’s father, F. W. Laabs. They left on Tuesday for Wisconsin Rapids. Ensign Pease, who has been stationed at Ft. Schyler, N.Y., sine June, had a short furlough while being transferred to the west coast.
The Misses Minnie and Clara Thompson entertained a party of friends on Thursday afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Borreson and family returned on Friday from a two weeks vacation on Minneapolis.
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