News: Abbotsford, Wis. (9 Oct. 1930)
Surnames: Anderson, Walhart, Dahlman, Grengs, Neitzel, Hintz, Parkhill, Ingersoll, Baumer, Dolan, Jacobi, Beil, Gibson, Luhrsen, Miland, Berry, Blazer, Henry, Bark, Westphal, Riley, Heida, Strond, Purvis, Mellen, Baker
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 10/09/1930
Local Items of Interest
Mrs. M. C. Anderson was a business visitor at Ladysmith Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Walhart were Marshfield visitors Saturday.
The Wm. Dahlman family moved to Colby Thursday where Mr. Dahlman is employed as city electrician.
Frank Grengs and Lawrence Neitzel returned Wednesday from Milwaukee bringing back a new Nash.
Miss Lenore Hintz of Milwaukee, is spending a few weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hintz.
Mr. and Mrs. George Parkhill and daughter of Marshfield, visited at the N. S. Parkhill home Sunday.
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Mrs. E. F. Walhart and Mrs. D. J. Ingersoll visited at the George Baumer home at Stetsonville Tuesday.
Peter Dolan is having a bath room built in his home. Mr. Jacobi is doing the carpenter work.
Frank Beil, Tom Gibson and Aug. Luhrsen were business visitors in Merrillan Thursday.
Theodore Miland of Eau Claire, was a guest of Warner Berry over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Blazer and little son visited relatives at Redville Tuesday.
Howard Blazer and Art Henry drove to Eau Claire Monday on business.
Harry Bark drove to Oshkosh Wednesday after a load of farm implements.
Don and Kenneth Ingersoll moved the Dahlman family to Colby Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Westphal was a caller at the Henry Jacobi home Wednesday.
Mrs. Phil Riley and daughter Kathleen and mother, Mrs. Strond, left Thursday for a visit with relatives at Fond du Lac and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heida of Eau Claire and Mr. and Mrs. Purvis of Chippewa Falls visited at the Robt. Heida home Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Mellen and daughter Beatrice and A. H. Baker spent the past week visiting relatives at *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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