News: Abbotsford, Wis. (13 Aug. 1953)
Surnames: Timm, Lorde, Kelley, Kiefer, Kugel, Schindler, Rayner, Peterson, Jolivette, Adams. Laack, Thompson, Wepfer
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 08/13/1953
Fred Timm went to Milwaukee this morning
to get his daughter, Vergene, for a two weeks’ visit here.
Miss Timm suffered polio two years ago and has been receiving
treatments ever since. Another daughter, Mrs. Steven Lorde, and her
daughter, Terese, will accompany them here.
At the meeting of the Catholic
Ladies’ Altar Society held Wednesday evening at the armory
club rooms, preliminary plans were made for the annual fall card
party and fancy work sale. After the business meeting, cards were
played and prizes were awarded to Mmes. George Kelley, John Kiefer,
Rudolph Kugel, Fred Schindler, and C. F. Rayner. The St. Virginia
circle acted as hostesses. The next meeting will be Sept. 16, with
the St. Lucy circle in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson returned
Thursday night from a vacation trip which began Saturday morning.
They visited Mrs. Eda Jolivette at Madison and attended a family
reunion of Mr. Peterson’s relatives at Andover, Ill. They
also visited relatives and friends at Galenburg, Monmouth and Rock
Island. While they were away, their daughter, Carla, stayed with
her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Adams.
The Auxiliary to the American Legion will
go to Tomah, Friday evening to be hostesses at a bingo party for
veterans at the hospital.
During the past week end, Galen Laack
worked with the line of the Chicago Cardinals, a professional
football team. His brother, Larry, accompanied him to
Miss Judy Thompson returned to her home in Berlin, Thursday. Her sister, Mrs. Myron Wepfer and son *** Note: The rest of the article was cut off and was not available at the time of transcription.
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