News: East Abbotsford (1 Oct. 1936)
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Surnames: Horn, Harrop, Phifer, Roberts, Klessig, Lewison, Ouimette, Kramer, Jacobi, Hoeft, Apfelbeck, Healey, Kocian, Geirl, Kause, Neault
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/01/1936
East Abbotsford, Wis. - Oct. 1, 1936
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Horn and family from near Oshkosh, arrived Tuesday evening for a visit at the James Horn home, and also with Mrs. Horn who is in the hospital at Wausau.
Mrs. Sherman Harrop, who is in the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital, is reported on the gain, the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lornie Phifer and son Emmett called at the James Roberts home, Tuesday evening.
Albert Klessig, Curtiss, was a Sunday forenoon caller at the George Lewison home.
James Roberts, son Blaine and daughters, Mrs. L. Phifer and Mrs. George Lewison and Leight Ouimette returned from Nashua, Iowa, Thursday evening, where they had been to the funeral of Mrs. Roberts.
Anton Kramer visited at the James Roberts home, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lornie Phifer were Stanley visitors, Sunday afternoon.
Herbert Jacobi visited his wife at the Owen hospital Friday afternoon. He reported Mrs. Jacobi as gaining fairly well.
Theodore Hoeft, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Apfelbeck and sons Dale and William returned Friday evening from a two day visit with relatives at North Washington, Iowa, also at the W. D. Healey home near Little Cedar, Iowa.
Elmer Kocian returned to Rib Hill near Wausau, Friday, after a 10 day visit at the Bob Kocian home.
James Roberts and son Blaine were Tuesday evening visitors at the James Horn home at Riverside.
Morris Geirl visited Blaine Roberts, Monday evening.
Mrs. Gusta Zrutskie and Willis Neault spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Lewison.
James Roberts and son visited at the Lornie Phifer home, Sunday evening.
Wm. Wirth of Wausau, was a visitor at the Helmuth Wirth home, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Healey and daughters Beryl and Fern of Little Cedar, Iowa, returned to their home Sunday of last week, being called here by the illness and death of Mrs. Healey’s mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kause and son Dale, returned to their home in Austin, Minn., after a three weeks visit with Mrs. Kause’s parents and other relatives.
Miss Adaline Zrutskie, Otto and Oscar Zarnke are visiting in Milwaukee and other points this week.
Willie Neault and Helmuth Wirth are *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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