News: Columbia (17 Jul 1969)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Cornwell, Kolbrak, Hagen, Sollberger, Church, Keeble, Schultz Aspen, Vornholt, Szot, Pluchyski, Bohnhoff, Ottens, Winter, Marty, Apfel, Mashin, Hart, McBriar

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/17/1969

Columbia (17 July 1969)

Mrs. Hazel Cornwell of Malta, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kolbrak of Altoona, visited Mrs. Emma Sollberger Saturday afternoon. The group had a picnic supper at Snyder Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hagen of the Globe area spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Sollberger and Mrs. George Church of Pine Valley visited her Monday evening.

Mrs. Charles Keeble of California visited William and Georgeana Schultz several days last week. She is on a two-week vacation and will spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aspen and the Mark Vornholts in Neillsville. Mrs. Keeble is a niece of the Schultzes.

Sunday the Schultzes, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vornholt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vornholt and Mrs. Keeble picnicked at Snyder Park.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Szot and two daughters of West Bend, and Mrs. Frances Pluchyski of Vintondale, Pa., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff. Mrs. Szot is a niece of Mrs. Bohnhoff and Mrs. Pluchyski is a sister-in-law.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ottens and daughter, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jennie winter, all of Fulton, Ill., visited Mr. and Mrs. Bohnhoff Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marty and three children of Granton visited there Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. John Apfel of Levis visited Mrs. George Mashin and Mrs. Terese Hart Monday forenoon.

Correction of a misprint in last week’s Columbia items:

The Neil McBriars are the owners of a lot on north Main Street, which they purchased from William Sollberger (not the owners of Main Street, as appeared in last week’s paper).



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