News: Columbia (3 Aug 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Schulz, Vornholt, Aspen, Hemp, Clark, Mashin, Hart, Kolbrak, Sollberger, Werderitch, McDonell, Olson, White, Jurkiewicz, Bohnhoff, Cook
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/03/1972
Columbia (3 August 1972)
Georgeana and William Schulz were guests Saturday evening at a backyard barbecue supper at the 0me of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vornholt in Neillsville. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aspen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hemp, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vornholt and four children and the Rev. and Mrs. Gary Clark and three children, all of Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mashin, Tara, and Mrs. Terese Hart visited Mr. and Mrs. Al Mashin in Neillsville last week Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kolbrak of Altoona spend the weekend at their country home on North Columbia road. The Kolbraks were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Werderitch and son, Michael of West Allis spent the weekend on their lot in Columbia.
Other Columbia cottagers over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McDonell, daughter, Susan, and foster son, Jeffry Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White drove here from White Bear Lake Saturday and were overnight guests at the George Mashin home. They returned home Sunday accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Terese Hart, who has been a house guest at the Mashin home for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jurkiewicz spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff. Mr. Jurkiewicz is now employed in Marshfield and the couple is formerly of the Milwaukee area are making their home here. They are the new owners of the former Leslie Cook farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aspen of Neillsville visited Georgeana and William Schulz Saturday evening.
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