News: Abbotsford (18 Feb 1931)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt

E-mail: bob@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

 

Surnames: Adams, Amacher, Anderson, Berger, Bitters, Cornelius, Daley, Demand, Dittner, Ellerman, Emling, Fleischman, Fults, Garbrecht, Gibson, Hanson, Hutt, Hutton, Jolivette, Kluetch, Kramer, Krone, Lind, McClaren, Mantor, Mauritz, Meyers, Moberg, Mundt, Nagel, Nelson, Notbohm, Paulson, Princti, Rouse, Schoengarth,  Syok, Thompson, Totten, Westcott, Wiesen 

 

----Source: The Curtiss Advance (Curtiss, Clark Co., Wisconsin) Wednesday, February 18, 1931

 

Mr. and Mrs. James Fults were in Stanley Sunday.

 

Henry Meyers of Unity visited his uncle Emil Meyers Sunday.

 

Miss Florene Hutt returned from Eau Claire Wednesday evening.

 

Mrs. Kate Syok of Greenwood is visiting at the Aug. Dittner home. 

 

Arthur Garbrecht spent the week end with Robert Rouse at St. Point. 

 

Mrs. Fred Hutton of Colby visited Tuesday at the J. B. Thompson home.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wescott were Wausau business visitors Thursday. 

 

Lucille Nagel, who was bitten by a dog Wednesday is confined to her home. 

 

Oscar Nelson hauled cheese from the Brantwood Co-op Dairy Co. Tuesday. 

 

Mrs. John Kramer of Fond du Lac is spending several days with relatives here. 

 

Judge Schoengarth of Neillsville was as business visitor in Abbotsford Wednesday. 

 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas Berger of Withee were callers at the Fults home Sunday. 

 

Martin Mantor, who has been visiting at the homes of his brother and sister at Riverside, left for Berlin Sunday morning. 

 

Oscar Nelson hauled a tractor from Stratford to Tripoli for Wm. Daley last Saturday. 

 

Mrs. Mary Hanson spent Thursday a the Paulson home at Dorchester.

 

W. Daley went to Tomahawk Saturday for several days on business. 

 

Gerald Jolivette of Greenwood called a the home of his brother Ed Jolivette and family Tuesday. 

 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Princti left Tuesday for Madison where they will attend a Federation Convention. 

 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Mauritz and Mrs. Harry Emling called on the George McClaren family at Thorp Wednesday evening. 

 

Mrs. H. J. Cornelius and Mrs. C. Mundt of Colby were Marshfield visitors Monday.

 

Mrs. Fred Ellerman and daughter of Milwaukee came Wednesday to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Fleischman.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson and Mrs. Tom Gibson drove to Marshfield Thursday.

 

Mrs. Harry Moberg and Miss Janet Demand were Dorchester callers Wednesday afternoon. 

 

Mrs. Chas Krone and Mrs. Hans Amacher spent Wednesday with Mrs. Amacher’s parents at Granton. 

 

C. W. Adams of Hancock is visiting in the homes of his sons, A. L. and Otis C. Adams this week. 

 

Mrs. Ervin Bitters has rented the J. B. Fleischman house in the north part of town and will live her this winter while Mr. Bitters is employed at Elkhorn.

 

Mrs. A. W. Notbohm went to Detroit Friday evening, called there by the serous illness of her mother, Mrs. Anna Totten. 

 

Loyola Kluetch took part in the community program at Westboro over the week end. 

 

Mrs. May Wiesen and son Jackie returned from Duluth Saturday evening where they has been to attend the funeral of Harry Lind, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Lind of Sault St. Marie. Harry was ne of the three boys who were drowned in St. Louis Bay where they had gone to the assistance of a truck which has broken through the ice. Five young men were in the car but two of them escaped through the window and were rescued upon coming to the surface. Mr. and Mrs. Lind were friends of the Wiesen family when they were residents of Duluth. 

 

 


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