News: Abbotsford (12 Mar 1925)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Blake, Childs, Cornelius, Feit, Hutt, Ingersoll, Jackson, Ouimette, Phaneuf, Stock, Thompson, Waldhart, Wilbert, Wilhelme

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 3/11/2015

Originally published in the Abbotsford Tribune, Thursday, March 12, 1925

Mrs. Don Ingersoll spent the latter part of last week with her mother, Mrs. Fred Waldhart, at Stetsonville.

Maurice Hutt, Art Cornelius, Gertrude and Lillian Ouimette and Francis Jackson drove to Stevens Point Thursday to witness the basketball tournament.

Announcements have been received from Mr. and Mrs. “Red” Thompson of the birth of a seven and a half pound red headed basketball player, A boy of course.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stock and children of Marshfield spent Sunday at the Peter Wilbert home.

Mrs. Chas. Blake and daughter, Vera, visited friend at Athens the later part of last week.

Miss Gertrude Ouimette entertained a few girl friends at six o’clock dinner at her home last Thursday evening.

Most of Abbotsford journeyed to Sevens Point Thursday to see our basketball boys “do their stuff.”

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Feit of Unity visited at the J. P. Olson home Sunday.

Gust. Wilhelme called on friend at Medford Sunday.

C. F. Childs drove home from the southern part of the state and reached here Saturday night. Mr. Child is employed as a salesman for the past three months and had traveled through Indiana, Illinois and Southern Wisconsin.

Gordon Phaneuf, who is employed at Owen, spent the weekend with his family.



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