News: Abbotsford (03 Oct 1968)


Surnames: Zygarlicki, Jarocki, Bauer, Schultz, Pregont, Hoeft, Hanson, Emling, Neitzel, Ellis, Johnson, House, Atzen, Kelsey, Marcott, Kelley, Melvin, Haderlein, Waldhart, Neidhold, Neimag, Johnston, Young, Jantsch, Ridderbusch, Sedlack, Pilgrim, Gustafson, Schuchard, Wentzel, Seefluth, Larsen, Janda, Dawson, Mauritz, Hoff, Stoltenberg, Swenson, Marten, Steele, Bunkelman, Anderson, Kobs, Ruesch, Bucheger, Herrmann, Dorn, Schiferl, Kanter, Amacher, Hutt, Stensrud, Roth, Schuette, Merwin, Grandau

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 03 Oct 1968

Al Zygarlicki was dismissed from St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, Saturday.

Mrs. Walter Jarocki was dismissed from St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, the end of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bauer and family attended the fall festival at Lima Sunday, where the Rev. Raymond B. Schultz, a former pastor at St. Bernard's is the pastor.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pregont of Wausau visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoeft Sunday. The women are sisters.

Mrs. Ole Hanson was the hostess at the meeting of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon at the city hall. Winners at Pinochle were Mrs. Harry Emling, Mrs. Lawrence Neitzel and Mrs. Harold Ellis. The next meeting will be October 11, with Mrs. Norma Johnson as hostess.

Mrs. Ed Hoeft entered St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, Tuesday with surgery scheduled for Wednesday morning.

The Misses Tana House, Linda Atzen, Nanette Kelsey, Susan Marcott, John Kelley and Don Melvin, all students at Wis. State University at Oshkosh, were at their respective home over the weekend. The Abbotsford High School held its homecoming football game and dance Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Haderlein have moved from Milan to their new home on North Fifth St.

Mrs. Walter Waldhart is a medical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. She was admitted the first part of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Neidhold and family of Wis. Rapids spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Neidhold. Bob Neidhold, Eau Claire, was also home over the weekend.

Otto Neimag is a medical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital.

Mrs. A.J. Young of Roseburg, Ore., accompanied by her brother and a niece, visited Miss Janet Johnston Thursday. Mrs. Young was a former resident.

The birthday club Sunday evening at the William Jantsch home, rural Dorchester, to celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ridderbusch and Mr. and Mrs. John Neidhold of Abbotsford, and Mr. and Mrs. William Sedlack of Colby were among those attending. Also there were three sisters of Mr. Jantsch, Miss Anna Jantsch and Mrs. Joe Pilgrim, Watertown, Minn., and Mrs. Emma Gustafson of Minneapolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Schuchard moved to Marshfield Monday evening. They were living in the upstairs apartment in the Fred Ridderbusch house, which has been rented to the mother of Mrs. Reisbus of rural Dorchester.

Miss Susie Ridderbusch, who attends Wis. State University, Madison, was at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ridderbusch, over the homecoming weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wentzel of Madison spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seefluth and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wentzel, Colby. Mr. Wentzel is attending the University at Madison this year. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seefluth and two children of rural Curtiss also spent Sunday at the parental home.

Mr. and Mrs. John Larsen and family of Stevens Point spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.J. Janda.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dawson and family have moved to their home on Sycamore, which they purchased from the Haderlein Agency. It was the former Louis Mauritz home and has been recently remodeled.

Mrs. Martha Hoff attended the wedding of her grandson, Tom Stoltenberg, and Miss Mary Chris Swenson at Wittenberg Saturday, Sept. 21.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marten of Spencer visited his mother, Mrs. Elsie Steele, Wednesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bunkelman and two sons, and Mrs. Larry Anderson and children of Chippewa Falls, spent the weekend with Mrs. Elsie Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Beaver Dam were guests Saturday and Sunday at the Steele home. Mr. Smith is a brother of Mrs. Steele.

Mrs. Elsie Steele accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kobs of Curtiss to Thorp Thursday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Bernard Ruesch.

Mrs. F.J. Bucheger of Fredonia spent several days the week before last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Herrmann. She came on Wednesday and Dr. Bucheger joined her on Saturday. They returned to Fredonia the following day.

Miss Lunda Dorn, who attends the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dorn took her back Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ridderbusch, Mrs. Herbert Kanter and Mrs. Robert Amacher were among those who went on the Cherokee Homemakers' trip to the Apostle Islands Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Schiferl, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broeske and Mr. and Mrs. Don Medenwald were hosts at a neighborhood party Sunday afternoon at the Schiferl home. After a social afternoon a light lunch was served.

Miss Marilyn Hutt, who attends Stout State University, Menomonie, and Miss Susan Stensrud of Blaine, Minn., spent the weekend at the M.N. Hutt home. On Sunday afternoon, Miss Stensrud, accompanied by Miss Hutt, took her brother, Lary, back to Decorah, Ia., where he attends Luther College. He was also her with friends for the weekend. Miss Cathy Roth and Church Schuette, students at Wis. State University, La Crosse, were at their respective home over the weekend. They went back as far as La Crosse with Miss Stensrud.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Merwin, Milwaukee, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merwin.

Mr. and Mrs. Al Herrmann went to Fredonia Friday to attend the wedding of Miss Eloise Bucheger and Archie Grandau, which took place Saturday morning. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F.J. Bucheger, formerly of Abbotsford. The newlyweds will live at Green Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Herrmann returned home Sunday.



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