News: Abbotsford, Wis. (22 Oct. 1953)
Surnames: Bobbe, Kelly, Goldamer, Bitter, Mantor, Nikolay, Thompson, Grabrecht, Holtzhausen, Ketscham, Weideman, Voss, Baehr, Kunze, Knight, Benzman, Woempner, Schorer, Hingiss, Hanson, Spencer, Hink, Schelling, Moore, Stump
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 10/22/1953
Abbotsford, Wis. - Oct. 22, 1953
Mrs. Howard Bobbe, Mrs. George Kelly and Mrs. Lewis Goldamer took a course in Cub Scout leadership last week. They attended meetings in Marshfield, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bitter of Eau Claire spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bitter.
Mrs. Norah Mantor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin visited several days at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mantor.
Mrs. Jack Nikolay, Mrs. M. V. Thompson, Mrs. William Garbrecht, Mrs. Al Holtzhausen, Mrs. H. T. Ketscham and Mrs. Jack Weideman attended the fall meeting of the Clark county unit of the Auxiliary to the American Legion at Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voss visited several days in Milwaukee with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baehr and cousins and they left for Chicago to meet their son, Pvt. Lanny Voss, who came from Camp Caffee, Ark. Pvt. Voss will be here until Oct. 25 when he reports in New Jersey from where he is scheduled to go to Germany.
Mrs. Bernard Kunze was honored guest at a pink and blue shower at her home last week Wednesday afternoon.
A.D.A.N. Douglas Knight of Whiting Field, Milton, Fla. is home on furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benzman of Milan were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woempner.
Mrs. Louis Schorer moved to Stevens Point last Thursday. Henry Hingiss purchased her house which Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hanson have rented.
Miss Shirley Holtzhausen spent the past week in Rozellville, helping at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Wayne Spencer and family.
The Floyd Hink family have moved here from Jump River and reside in the upstairs apartment of the Noel Schelling house.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore of Wisconsin Rapids were callers at the George M. Stump home last week Tuesday.
Jerry Weideman, who had been a patient at the Marathon county isolation hospital, has been discharged. Jerry was suffering from a mild form of polio. He suffered no paralysis, he apparently recovered and started school this week.
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