News: Abbotsford, Wis. (7 Sept. 1950)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Bush, Speth, Vetter, Monarski, Schilling, Bellans, Vandehey, Weideman, Balow, Teach, Hutt, Kopplin, Zank, Shed, Boyle, Stoughton, Steffanus, Brecke, Brunner, Treat, Woempner, Habeck, Benzman, Firchow, Baehr, Peterson, Hohenstein, Lukas, Les, Gresey, Sankey, Pulse, Lukesiewicz, Grabski, Schwab

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 09/07/1950

Local Items

Miss Elsie Bush left Tuesday for Menomonie where she enrolled at Stout Institute.

William Bush returned from the State fair with two seconds and a third prize on his pen of Poland China pigs. Stanley Bush placed second in dairy judging.

John Speth spent the Labor Day week end at the Martin Steffanus home, Stevens Point, and with Mrs. Speth, who was in St. Michael’s hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. George Vetter and Tom took Miss Ann Marie Monarski, who had been here two weeks, back to Chippewa Falls, Sunday. They went to Eau Claire to see Jim Vetter and other relatives and returned here on Monday afternoon.

Week end guests at the Noel Schilling home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bellans, Herman Vandehey and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vandehey and daughter, Patsy, of Appleton.

Miss Frieda Weideman, Milwaukee, spent the week end here with relatives. On Monday afternoon her mother, Mrs. August Weideman, accompanied her to Milwaukee to spend a few weeks.

Mrs. Noel Schilling returned Saturday morning from Chicago where she had been the past week attending the V.F.W. national convention. Mrs. Schilling was a delegate from the Auxiliary to Post No. 2227, Colby, Wis.

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Balow returned Sunday night from Chicago. They went Friday and were accompanied by Mrs. Guy Teach, who is now making her home in Chicago with her son.

On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hutt and two daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hutt, who are at their cottage at Goose Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kopplin and son, Peter, spent the week end at Eau Claire with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Zank.

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shed, Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. Jack Boyle, Joliet, Ill., called at the A. L. Adams home Monday afternoon. The ladies will be remembered as Clara and Libby Stoughton. They had been visiting at the George Stoughton home at Corinth and with relatives here. They also called at the R. H. Treat home, Tuesday morning. Mr. Shed operated a grocery business here a number of years ago.

Week end guests at the Norman Brecke home were his sister, Mrs. Agnes Brunner and son, Dick, Stetsonville. On Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brecke and two children, Milwaukee, stopped for a short visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woempner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Habeck, Dorchester, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Benzman, Milan, on a day’s outing at Rib Lake, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Firchow, who had been visting at the Walter Baehr home the past week left Monday for their home at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They took their grand daughter, Sandra Baehr, with them. Mrs. Baehr and son, Danny, plan to go to Milwaukee the end of this week.

Guests at the Roy Peterson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Orson Adams, Hancock; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Adams, Fond du Lac; Claude Adams and son, Claude, Wauwatosa; Arthur Peterson and Miss Bonita Hohenstein, Minneapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Adams, Abbotsford, Wis. In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Peterson and son, Harley, Owen, visited there. Arthur Peterson and Miss Hohenstein remained until Monday afternoon.

Guests at the Frank and Norman Lukas homes over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lukas, Mrs. Joseph Les and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gresey and son, Gene, all of Chicago, who came Saturday and remained until Wednesday. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sankey, Mont Verde, Fla., who had spent the summer at their home at Vermillion Bay, Canada, and nephew, George Pulse, Libertyville, Ill., came and stayed until Tuesday morning. Mrs. Mike Lukesiewicz, of Thorp, and Mrs. Frank Grabski, and daughter, Regina, Lublin, also visited here.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwab and daughter, Mary Louise, of Tomahawk, *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.

 

 


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