News: Columbia (19 Jul 1973)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Bohnhoff, Klepek, Wetzel, Jurkiewicz, Cook, Linde, Winter, Wroblewski, Peterson, Schaetzka, Wizner, Modrow, Panton, Markeson, Abuya, Mashin, Hart, White, Roubiks, Endel, Huntley, Arndt, Scherer, Milton, Bertz, Hoesly, Wulf, Rozek

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/19/1973

Columbia (19 July 1973)

Weekenders at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff were Tony Klepek, Jr., and two friends of Berkeley, Il. Tony is the nephew of Mrs. Bohnhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wetzel of Pine Valley visited the Bohnhoffs one afternoon last week. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs. Jerry Jurkiewicz, on the former Leslie Cook farm, and their niece, Yvonne Linde of the Milwaukee area, visited at the Bohnhoff home and Monday evening, Mrs. Clifford Winter of Pine Valley called there.

Mrs. Bernice Wroblewski and daughter, Anna, of Dunstable Beds, England, have been house guests since Saturday at the Bohnhoff home. The Wroblewskis flew to Chicago, where they spent two weeks with aunts, uncles and cousins, on a 45-day visit in the United States; they plan to spend the balance of the time in Wisconsin with relatives here. Mrs. Wroblewski is a niece of Mrs. Bohnhoff.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peterson have returned to Ripon after a two-week vacation at their mobile home on Columbia’s main street. Joining them in a cookout recently were Mr. and Mrs. William Schaetzka and Frank Wizner of Ripon; Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Modrow of Pickett, Mr. and Mrs. James Panton and family of Markeson; and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Peterson and children of Neillsville.

Mrs. John Abuya, Debra and David, of Milwaukee, spent from Tuesday until Friday with the Petersons.

Vernon Peterson and son, Roger, and friend, Frank Wizner, spent several days fishing on Potato Lake. They caught one Muskie.

Mr. and Mrs. George Mashin and Tara visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mashin and family of rural Neillsville Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Teresa Hart accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe White, to her home in White Bear Lake, Mn. Mrs. Hart had been a guest of the Mashins for several weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roubiks and three sons of Clearwater, Fla., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Endel last week Sunday.

Mrs. Ella Huntley and daughter, Mrs. Marion Arndt, Mrs. Nick Scherer and Mrs. Margaret Milton, all of Neillsville, visited at the Endel home Thursday afternoon. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertz of Loyal and the Endels made a trip to Hixton.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoesly of Marshfield spent last week on their property on North Columbia Road. They visited Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wulf, who have a mobile home here, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rozek of West Allis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Endel Sunday afternoon. The three men worked for the same company when the Endels were residents of West Allis.



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