News: Abbotsford, Wis. (7 May 1931)
Contact: Marsha Hosfeld
Surnames: Jurdee, Holeton, Wendorf, Cornelius, Feala, Hugoboom, Jenks, Wing, Huges, Luhrsen, Olson, Billman, Lamont, Thompson, Mineholt, Blazer, Cendt
----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 7 May 1931
Abbotsford, Wis. - May 7, 1931
Mrs. S. A. Jurdee of Arkdale, returned to her home Saturday after spending the week with her father George Holeton, who is in very poor health.
Ruben Wendorf entered St. Joseph’s hospital at Marshfield Wednesday to receive treatment. Mrs. Wendorf accompanied him, returning Wednesday evening.
Elmer Cornelius, Bernard Feala of Abbotsford, and Wayne Hugoboom of Dorchester, left Tuesday on a motor trip through northern Wisconsin and Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jenks, F. B. Wing, Owen Huges, C. H. Luhrsen and J. A. Olson attended the dedication of the new Masonic Temple at Eau Claire Thursday.
Virgil Billman and Malcolm Lamont of Colby, Hazel Thompson of Redville, and Mercedes Mineholt of Greenwood, were Sunday visitors at the Bernard Blazer home.
Raymond Cendt, whose condition has been serious due to pleural pneumonia, underwent an operation on his lungs Tuesday. Latest reports are that he is somewhat improved.
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