News: Columbia (16 Oct 1969)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Winter, Mashin, Eastman, Strum, Bohnhoff, Sollberger, Kolbrak, Hoesly, Resong, Rieder, Laager, Dormady, Schoen, Fisher, Karl, Wetzel, Schulz, Cook, Jonkel, Yndogliato

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/16/1969

Columbia (16 October 1969)

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Winter drove to Fennimore Sunday where they visited relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. George Mashin visited Mr. and Mrs. Orin Eastman in Neillsville Friday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Claire Strum and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bohnhoff and four children, all residents of new England, N. D., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff. The two families drove on to Wisconsin Dells to visit relatives, and planned to go to Brodhead and into Illinois before returning home. Mrs. Strum and Donald Bohnhoff are sister and brother, and are cousins of Wilson Bohnhoff.

Mrs. Emma Sollberger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kolbrak of Altoona to Neillsville Sunday, where they spent the day with Mrs. Johanna Hoesly and Joe Resong. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoesly of Marshfield also were visitors at the Joe Resong home.

Mr. and Mrs. William Rieder accompanied John Laager and fiend on a trip to Galesville Sunday. They stopped in Black River Falls to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dormady.

Friends, neighbors and relatives helped Wilson Bohnhoff celebrate his birthday at the Bohnhoff home last week Tuesday evening. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schoen and Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher of Levis, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Karl, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wetzel and Mrs. Clifford Winter of Pine Valley, William and Georgeana Schulz, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cook and Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger.

Mr. and Mrs. George (Duke) Jonkel and daughter of Huron, S. D., who spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yndogliato in Pine Valley, called on Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger Friday morning.



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