News: Abbotsford (04 Jul 1968)
Surnames: Schueler, Mroczenski, Knoll, Tischendorf, Masrud, Moshbolder, Neidhold, Dorn, Hebert, Hoeft, Borchert, Gosse, Jensen, Jacobs, Nixdorf, Anderson, Larson, Frischman, Martin, Gripentrog, Merwin, Ruesch, Warnock, Ouhl, Frane, Mech, Loertscher, Kramas, Wojner, Blakeman, Carlson, Taplin, Beckman, Becker, Laski, Hoff, Ridderbusch, Brueggeman, Moller, Thede
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Jul 1968
The Misses Minnie and Elfrieda Schueler met the students of Taylor County Teacher College who were returning from a trip to western states, Colorado and Yellowstone National Park at Deadwood, S.D., and spent several days with them at at Mt. Rushmore and in the Black Hill.
Mrs. Alex Mroczenski was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield Tuesday afternoon and was dismissed on Thursday.
Mrs. John Knoll has moved her mobile home to the Cedar Crest trailer court, from the Marvin Tischendorf place north of Dorchester Corners.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Masrud of Viroqua and their daughter, Mrs. Fern Moshbolder of Wesley visited at the Fred Neidhold home Wednesday.
The Abbotsford Woman's Club met Friday afternoon at the city hall, with Mrs. Lowell Dorn as the hostess. The club will not meet again until the second Friday in September. Winners of the prizes at pinochle were Mrs. Hazel Heber, Mrs. Ed Hoeft and Mrs. Carl Borchert.
Mrs. Clarence Gosse was dismissed from St. Joseph's hospital Thursday. She was admitted on Sunday for tests and treatment.
Miss Lynda Dorn is spending the summer in Germany and is attending the University of Hamburg. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dorn, took her to O'Hare Field the Monday after Memorial Day and she flew to Germany to visit the former Christa Moller at Barntrop. Miss Moller was an AFS student at the Abbotsford High School and made her home with the Dorns. A week in Paris is also on the summer schedule, and Miss Dorn will return late in August to resume her studies at the Wis. State University, River Falls, in the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jensen of rural Abbotsford had as their guests at supper Saturday, June 21, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen and daughter, Karen, of Colby. Mrs. Sylvia Anderson and son, Randy, of Chicago, Miss Lois Jensen of Nashville, Tenn., Marvin Jensen of Stevens Point, and his fiancé, Miss Alyce Jacobs of Palm Springs, Fla., and Ben Brown of Colby.
Mrs. Ed Nixdorf of Stetsonville spent Sunday at the Fred Neidhold home.
Mrs. Kenneth A. Anderson and son, Jeff, of Wausau were overnight guests Monday of last week at the Kenneth Anderson home, after attending a family reunion at Sleepy Eye, Minn. On Tuesday morning, Mr. Anderson took his grandson, Jeff, to Woodruff where Kenneth A. Anderson was conducting a basketball camp. They planned to stay until Thursday. Mrs. Anderson went on to Wausau.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Neidhold and Mrs. Malcolm Larson of Weyauwega, and Mr. and Mrs. John Neidhold were dinner guests Thursday at the Fred Neidhold home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frischman of Medford took her niece, Mrs. Fred Neidhold, to Wausau Tuesday morning of last week for a post-operative checkup.
Mrs. Pauline Martin, who spent the past four and one-half months with Mrs. Helen Gripentrog, has returned to Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Gripentrog took her to the airport at Marshfield Wednesday afternoon for flight connections to O'Hare Airport.
Mr. and Mrs. John Neidhold and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nixdorf of Athens returned Sunday night from a trip to Colorado. They left June 5 and visited Sgt. And Mrs. James Warnock and two children at Grand Junction, Colo. Mrs. Warnock is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neidhold. On their return they visited scenic places in Wyoming and South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ouhl and daughters, Ruth and Sandra, of Cavalier, N.D., visited at the Edmund Thede home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Frane, accompanied by their grandson, Ronald Mech, who was visiting her since June 16, went to Sheboygan a week ago Friday to help their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Mech and family move to a house which they purchased there. The Franes returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Loertscher and family of Janesville came Sunday and will spend a ten day vacation with her mother, Mrs. Helen Gripentrog.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neidhold and family of Austin, Minn., recently spent four days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neidhold, as his father was ill.
Paul Kramas Jr. of Milwaukee came Friday night to get Mrs. Kramas and their two sons, who were at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Val Wojner since Memorial day.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Mech and family of Sheboygan are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Frane. The plant at Kohler where he is employed is closed for vacation.
Mrs. Robert Blakeman of Kansasville, accompanied by her sister-in-law, Miss Nancy Blakeman of Milwaukee, spent Tuesday and Wednesday night at Menomonie with her sister, Miss Mae Carlson, Mrs. Blakeman and Mrs. Irvin Taplin attended the National Home Economics convention at Minneapolis. Mrs. Blakeman and Miss Blakeman then spent Thursday and Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Carlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Neidhold and family of Wis. Rapids spent the weekend with his parents, mr. and Mrs. John Neidhold.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beckman of Wausau spent Wednesday of last week at the Fred Neidhold home. The two men are cousins.
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