News: Columbia (2 Nov 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Wetzel, Holton, Bohnhoff, DeLong, Tesmer, Yndogliato, Gossmann, Schulz, Mashin, White, Eslinger, Clodfelter, Zank, McDonell, Malecki
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 11/02/1972
Columbia (2 November 1972)
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wetzel of Pine Valley and their daughter, Mrs. Russell Holton and her daughter of Arlington, Vt., visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Holton is the former Marion Wetzel.
Earl DeLong of Owen visited Wilson Bohnhoff Saturday morning. Mr. DeLong was hunting in the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Tesmer and children, Jan and Paul, of Neillsville, and Mrs. Tom Yndogliato and Mrs. Elizabeth Gossmann of Pine Valley visited William and Georgeana Schulz Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. George Mashin and Tara spent an evening recently with Mrs. Al Mashin in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White of White Bear lake, Minn., were house guests at the George Mashin home last week Sunday evening until Tuesday. Monday evening, Mrs. Mashin, Tara and Mr. and Mrs. White visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eslinger in Weston.
Mrs. Yarmelia Clodfelter of Blue Island, Island her son, Waldimar (Butch), of Lincoln, Nebr., were guests at the George Mashin home last seek from Tuesday until Sunday.
Saturday evening visitors of the Mashins were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clodfelter and daughter, Kathy, of Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clodfelter of Florida, Bertrand Clodfelter of Cambria, Ed Mashin of Humbird and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mashin and Marilyn of rural Neillsville.
George Mashin has returned home from South Dakota where he spent several days’ pheasant hunting. He was accompanied on the trip by Al Mashin and Ed Zank, both of Neillsville.
Spending the weekend in Columbia were Lawrence McDonell, Dorrell and Gary of Milwaukee and William and Peter Malecki of Waukesha.
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