News: Columbia (23 May 1974)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Hnetkovsky, Togliatti, Yndogliato, Mashin, Sischo, Schulz, Sollberger, Wetzel, Lockman, Ehlert, Abuya, Peterson, Haugen, Vornholt, Winter, Bohnhoff, Collins, McDonell

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/23/1974

Columbia (23 May 1974)

Mrs. Florence Hnetkovsky Togliatti, son, Victor and her father, Frank Hnetkovsky, all of Coal City, Il., drove to the Neillsville area last week Sunday, and were house guests of Mrs. Ruby Yndogliato in Pine Valley. The Hnetkovskys are former residents of our area, having lived on a small farm which was located north of the present George Mashin property. During the week they visited with old friends and neighbors, calling on Leo Sischo, Mr. and Mrs. George Mashin, William and Georgeana Schulz and Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger. They stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wetzel in Pine Valley and called on Ella Lockman and Louise Ehlert in Memorial Home, returning to their homes in Coal City Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Abuya of Milwaukee have had a mobile home moved onto a lot which they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. William Sollberger.

Roger Peterson and several friends of Ripon spent the weekend in Columbia.

William and Georgeana Schulz were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Haugen in Neillsville.

Friday evening the Schulzes visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vornholt.

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Winter of Pine Valley visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bohnhoff last week Wednesday evening.

Recent visitors at the George Mashin home were Ed Mashin of Humbird, Jess Collins of Hewett and Mr. and Mrs. Al Mashin of Neillsville.

The Mashins visited at the Schulz home Wednesday evening.

Lawrence McDonell and son, Gary, of Milwaukee, spent the weekend in their cabin here. This was their first visit since the hunting season of 1973.

Columbia is again well populated on weekends



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