News: Abbotsford, Wis. (13 June 1946)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Nikolay, Chris, Ingersoll, Clark, Bogaard, Johnson, Kludy, Stetter, Kuehnast, Hamel, Bates, Foltz, Hoffman, Wilde, Fecker, Bunnell, Lamkins, Larson, Treat

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/13/1946

Abbotsford, Wis. - June 13, 1946

Jane Nikolay returned from the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital.

Clarence Chris returned home after spending a week with relatives at Gary, Indiana, and Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Ingersoll moved into the former Nettie Clark house on the west side. His father, C. E. Ingersoll, will make his home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bogaard will live in the apartment vacated by her parents.

Jerome and Jerold Johnson spent a few days in Chicago. Their sister, Mrs. Louis Kludy and daughter, Norma Jo, returned with them on Monday.

Frank Stetter, four year old grand son of F. E. Kuehnast, suffered a fracture of the left arm near the elbow. He was a passenger in his grand fathers’ car when he opened the rear door and fell out. His father, Frank Stetter, came up from Chicago and he and Mrs. Stetter and two sons returned to their home in Chicago.

Claude Hamel returned to Chicago after spending a few days at the home of his mother in law, Mrs. Frank Chris.

Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bates and his grand mother left for Ames where they will make their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foltz left for Chicago where the former will attend a school of optometry. While there, they will live in a house car which he built.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman spent Friday at Neillsville where the former attended a meeting of the public property committee.

Mrs. William Witte returned from the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital and is now being cared for by her daughter, Mrs. John Fecker.

Mrs. M. C. Bunnell spent several days at Manawa where she attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Nancy Lamkins, on Saturday. She also visited at Stevens Point.

Miss Emma Larson, who taught at Wausau, the past school year, is spending her vacation at home.

H. R. Treat and his three grand sons of Medford spent the past week at the Kelsey cottage at Turtle Flowage.



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