News: Washburn (30 May 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Abrahamson, Trachte, Kurth, Stevens, Boyer, Pretsch, Hanson, Steponic, Mortenson, Schultz, Keuer, Kapfer, Barth, Odell, Crockett, Short, Wilding, Toptine, Hunt, Elmendorf, Lincoln, Reinart, Kuhn, Allbaugh, Kalsow, Lonning
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/30/1974
Washburn (30 May 1974)
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Abrahamson and son of Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trachte, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kurth and family and Mrs. Irving Stevens were dinner and supper guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Romaine (Chuck) Boyer in honor of the sixth birthday of their son, Craig.
Mrs. Wanda Pretsch and son, Earl, Earl Hanson and Kathy Steponic, were supper guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs Robert Mortenson in honor of their son, Bob, on his birthday.
Jesse Schultz of Beloit and Mrs. Clarence Schultz of Hillpoint spent from Tuesday until Friday with Mrs. Leslie Keuer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schultz and Mrs. Herman Schultz. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kapfer Thursday on their way home. Mrs. Herman Schultz recently fell and fractured her arm.
Mrs. Roy Barth called on Mrs. Art Odell Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crockett visited Thursday evening at the Walter Trachte home.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Short called on Mr. and Mrs Jess Wilding, Mrs. Frank Short and Mrs. Newt Toptine Thursday at Memorial Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt called on Mrs. Harold Elmendorf Wednesday. They moved Tuesday from Ironton into the Gress trailer court, where they recently purchased a trailer home.
Mrs. Art Odell was a supper guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lincoln.
Mr and Mrs. Dale Reinart, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kuhn and Rick, Mrs. George Allbaugh, Mrs. Paul Kuhn, Mrs. Minnie Kalsow and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Lonning were entertained Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kalsow in honor of the graduation of their daughter Barbara.
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