News: Colby, Wis. (28 Jan. 1960)
Surnames: Rahm, Edwards, Caskey, Mundt, Herrmann, Schulte, Meyer, Zuber, Beyerl, Fristad, Riedel, Miller, Hasenohrl, Baumgart, Kanter, Kohlbeck, Stauss, Degner, Wnuczynski
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/28/1960
Colby - Jan. 28, 1960
Mrs. Emery Rahm returned from the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital.
Mrs. Lulu Edwards underwent a goiter operation at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital.
Twin daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Caskey at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital January 25.
Carl Mundt, who had been a patient in the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital, returned to his home here.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herrmann of the town of Colby at the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital January 23rd.
Otto Schulte returned from his trip to California where he had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyer remained for a longer visit.
Walter Zuber was in the Marshfield, Wisconsin Hospital the fore part of the week to determine the extent of a back injury suffered Saturday while tobogganing.
Mrs. Al Beyerl, Mrs. Harry Fristad, Mrs. G. H. Riedel and Mrs. Raymand Miller were among the 52 Clark county homemakers who attended Farm and Home Week at Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hasenohrl, Mrs. Harold Baumgart and Mrs. Ella Kanter returned Thursday from Grand Rapids, Mich., where they attended funeral services for a nephew, Leon Kohlbeck, who was killed in a traffic accident the previous Saturday. They attended the funeral of a cousin, Frank Stauss, in Marshfield the previous Thursday.
Mrs. Jesse Degner, widow of the missing man in the Colby Milling fire, who had been living at Cherokee, east of Colby, is making plans to move to Illinois. She plans to purchase a trailer and make her home near relatives. During the past 10 days she has been staying with Bertha Wnuczynski at Neillsville. She returned to Illinois Sunday with relatives who came for the memorial service for her late husband.
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