News: Colby, Wis. (14 Mar. 1957)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Schulz, Witt, Wiegman, Passehl, Sossaman, Scidmore, Pasholk, Steinwand, Nelsen, Umhoefer, Bradley, Goeltz, Aderhold, Sedlack, Lindberg

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Mar 1957

Colby, Wis. - Mar. 14, 1957

Kenneth Schulz was at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital several days for medical treatments.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witt of West Allis are moving into the former Richard Wiegman residence which they purchased.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Passehl. Sr., of Stratford called on Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sossaman on Monday.

Albert Scidmore suffered a heart attack and was taken by ambulance, to the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital for treatment.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pasholk and daughter of Chicago, Illinois spent the week-end with Mrs. Pasholk’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb. Steinwand.

C. A. Nelsen and A. X. Umhoefer were at Wausau Wednesday where they attended an information meeting in regard to federal library appropriations.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradley and two children, Donna Mae and Dennis, of Oshkosh spent the week-end with the former’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goeltz, Sr.

Henry Aderhold and William Sedlack are attending meetings of the Wisconsin Association of Town Mutual Insurance Companies at Madison this week Wednesday and Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sossaman and children of Milwaukee spent the week-end with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sossaman of Colby, and her folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindberg of Abbotsford.

 

 


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