News: Columbia (25 Oct1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Mashin, Zank, Apfel, Brushhaber, Mohr, Tesmer, Schulz, Vornholt, Aspen, Wagner, Bohnhoff, Lein, Hassler, Endel, Wulff, Werderitch, Reich
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/25/1973
Columbia (25 October1973)
George Mashin and son, Don, Ed Zank and Al Mashin of Neillsville, left Friday morning for Cartridge, N.D., where they are pheasant hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. John Apfel of Levis visited the George Mashins last week Tuesday evening. Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mashin of rural Neillsville visited his parents.
Mrs. Al Mashin of Neillsville, Ed Mashin of Humbird, Donna and Deanna Brushhaber and JoAnne Mohr spent Saturday evening with Mrs. George Mashin and granddaughter, Tara. JoAnne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mohr of Pine Valley, spent the weekend with the Brushhabers.
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Tesmer of Neillsville visited last week Sunday afternoon at the Georgeana and William Schulz home. In the evening the Schulzes and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vornholt were guests at the Ole Aspen home in Neillsville. They helped Georgeana celebrate her birthday.
Bill and Georgeana Schulz visited Mr. and Mr. Walter Wagner last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bohnhoff and children, Shari and Sheldon, of New England, N.D., were gests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff. Donald and Wilson are cousins. The Donald Bohnhoffs drove on from here, planning to visit relatives in other areas before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lein and son, Bradley, of Jefferson, and a friend, Jim Hassler of Johnson Creek, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Endel. Bradley and Jim spent much of their time in the woods hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wulff and Mike Werderitch, all of West Allis, and Woodrow Reich of Lannon, spent the weekend here. The Wulffs visited Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Endel Sunday evening.
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