News: Colby, Wis. (7 Feb. 1957)
Surnames: Weix, Fischer, Gregory, Sazama, Rankel, Lindner, Schwierke, Schwierske, Courtney, Aderhold, Sedlack, Sturner, Schoelzel, Wiersig, Schemmer, Anthony, Holtzhausen, Kesteloot, Sossaman, Allmann
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Feb 1957
Colby, Wis. - Feb. 7, 1957
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Dr. F. A. Weix spent several days in Chicago where he attended a dental convention.
A son was born January 31st at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Valgene Fischer.
D. C. Gregory spent several days at Cambridge where he attended the funeral of a relative.
Mrs. Joe Sazama entered a Chippewa Falls hospital where she is receiving medical treatments.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Rankel of Colby, Rt. 2, at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital on January 31st.
Mrs. Fred Lindner returned to her home after spending a week at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital receiving medical treatments.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schwierske of Mt. Horeb spent the week-end with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwierske.
Mrs. Charles F. Courtney of Orlando, Fla., is spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Fred Lindner, and brother, Art Lindner.
Henry Aderhold of the town of Hull and William Sedlack, substituting for Oscar W. Sturner, are attending the Marathon county board of supervisors sessions at Wausau.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schoelzel of Abbotsford are the parents of a son born at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital January 30th. Mrs. Schoelzel is the former Ruth Ann Wiersig of Colby, Wis.
Mrs. Anthony L. Schemmer returned to her home last week after a visit of six weeks in New York City with her family, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Schemmer and son, John Anthony.
Carl Holtzhausen was taken from the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital to the Havenet Nursing Home at Owen. His daughter, Miss Erma Holtzhausen, who had been here several weeks, returned to Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kesteloot and children, who had been residing at Delta for nearly a year, spent several days with Mrs. Kesteloot’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sossaman, before leaving for California where they will make their home.
Pvt. Larry G. Allmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Allmann of Colby, recently was graduated from the Fifth Army Food Service School’s eight-week cooks course at Fort Riley, Kan. Larry was trained to prepare *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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