News: Abbotsford, Wis. (22 Jan. 1953)
Surnames: Mauritz, Ellenbecker, Hilber, Johnson, Erickson, Christensen, Wiles, Haskins, Prein, Wiltjer, Van Dreel, Ferm, Rankl, Lange, Lukas, Miller, Koehn, Bender, Hoffman, Depriest, Witt, Vetter, Dolan, Ausman, Anderson, Geary, Thompson, Helding, Lindberg, Laabs, Nikolay, Reeves, Pittsley, Jerabek, Leichtnam, Knight, Dalberto, Vandehey, Gierl, Hiers, Zimmerman, Jecabson, Jacobson, Scheibe
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 01/22/1953
Sgt. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Mauritz, of
Camp Hanford, Washington, are here visiting his father, John
Mauritz and John, Jr., and his sister, Mrs. Bernard Ellenbecker, at
Dorchester. He is on a 30-day furlough. Sgt. Mauritz has seen
service in Korea, Japan and in Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hilber, Colby, and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Abbotsford, attended a convention at
Milwaukee, last week. They went there Wednesday and returned
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Erickson celebrated
their 20th wedding anniversary Saturday with a 6:00
o’clock supper. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Norbert
Christensen and family, Wisconsin Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Erickson, Mrs. Wallace Wiles and son, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Haskins,
of Kennen; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Prein, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Erickson
and daughter, of Colby; Salem Erickson, Unity; Miss Marion Wiltjer,
Abbotsford; and Floyd Van Dreel, Colby. Later in the evening, cards
were played with the couples receiving gifts.
Word was received of the death of Adam
Ferm, Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Ferm is a sister of Hugo Erickson,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rankl and Mrs.
Ervin Lange, visited Charles Scheibe, at St. Joseph’s
hospital, at Marshfield, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Scheibe, who is
being treated for a fractured hip and arm, is now able to be up in
a wheel chair and can use the injured arm, but is not permitted to
stand on the injured leg.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lukas spent Wednesday
at Thorp and visited his brother, a patient at Victory hospital at
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller now have their
infant daughter, Michele Lynn, at home. She was kept at St.
Joseph’s hospital, Marshfield, following her birth on Dec.
19, until last week.
Mrs. Norman Lukas was discharged,
Saturday, from St. Joseph’s hospital, Marshfield. She had
been receiving treatment there since the previous Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koehn and infant
son, Noral, of Grays Lake, Ill., came Tuesday morning and will be
here until Saturday. They are staying with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Bender and with his parents at Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman visited his
father, Friday. He is a medical patient at St. Joseph’s
Ronnie Depriest spent the week end with
friends at Waukesha.
Miss Jean Witt was guest of honor at a
birthday celebration at her home, Sunday. Miss Witt, who is a
student at Eau Claire State College, was home for the week
Mr. and Mrs. George Vetter and Tom and
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Dolan attended the funeral of Martin Ausman at
Eau Claire, Saturday. The two ladies stayed over the week end to be
with their mother, Mrs. Martin Ausman.
Miss Geraldine Anderson and Bill Geary
visited friends in Taylor and La Crosse, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Thompson and grandson,
Scott Helding, were at the M. T. Thompson home at Tomahawk,
Mrs. John Lindberg is assisting Mrs.
Bernard Laabs at the school hot lunch program.
Frank Nikolay and Ronnie Reeves, Madison,
spent the week end at their respective homes.
Mrs. John Pittsley is giving the Girl
Scout troop a series of first aid lessons. The troop meets each
Thursday afternoon after school in the Girl Scout room in the grade
Cpl. Richard Jerabek, Fort Meyer, Va.,
was home on a 15 day furlough with his wife, and sister, Mrs. Elmer
Mrs. Chet Knight and Corrine spent Monday
morning at Wausau.
Mrs. Don Dalberto, Iron Mountain, Mich.,
is here helping in the care of her mother, Mrs. James Vandehey, who
is ill at her home.
Louis and Peter Gierl and the Misses Pat
Gierl and Carol Hiers visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zimmerman, near
Minneapolis, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Zimmerman is a sister of the
Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Jecabson and family, Wausau, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Jacobson.
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