News: Abbotsford (06 Mar 1969)


Surnames: Steffen, Wentzel, Seefluth, Kalepp, Mitchell, Correll, Malmrose, Lieders, Steinke, Heise, Shulta, Anderson, Pope, Homema, Wild, Scheibe, Koffarnus, Rankl, Brecke, Baillies, Ludwig, Tischendorf, Lent, Johns, Tesmer, Roder, Voyles, Barton, Hafemaster

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/06/1969

Mr. and Mrs. Vern Steffen spent the weekend before last at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steffen, at New London, where the Jim Steffen family of Brookfield were also guests.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wentzel of Madison spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wentzel of Colby, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seefluth.

Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kalepp Sr. Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Hafemaster of Antigo and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Mitchell of Anchorage, Alaska. They were enroute to Minneapolis, where the Mitchells made plane connections for their return home.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Correll of Mound, Minn., and her aunt, Mrs. Albert Malmrose of St. Paul, were overnight guests at the Orville Lieders Sr. home Wednesday. Mrs. Malmrose is a sister of Mr. Lieders.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steinke will be leaving Sunday for their home at South Holland, Ill. Mrs. Steinke was here the past seven weeks helping in the care of her mother-in-law, Mrs. William Steinke. Mrs. Walter Heise of Cudahy returned to her home Sunday after assisting at the Steinke home for a week. William Steinke will accompany the Eugene Steinkes as far as South Milwaukee, and will spend a week with the Oakley Steinke family.

Miss Janice Lynn Shulta of Schofield spent two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Adeline Anderson, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shulta, were on a trip to Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pope have remodeled the former Draper school one mile north of Dorchester corners and two miles east, and are living there. They were given a surprise house warming recently by neighbors and friends. Cards were played during the afternoon and evening, and potluck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Homema of Chicago purchased the house on the Pope farm and are living there.

A housewarming was given Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Wild at their house at Medford Friday evening.. Included were Mr. and Mrs. George Scheibe and Dick, Mrs. Oscar Koffarnus, Oscar Jr. and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rankl and Guy, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Anderson, Colby.

Miss Stella Brecke of Milwaukee and Myron and Julia Brecke of Stetsonville visited at the Grant Pope home on Washington ’s Birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pop attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Baillies at Pardeeville, a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Baillies is a sister of Mr. Pope. On their return they stopped at the Portage hospital to visit William Ludwig.

Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pope returned Friday night from a two week trip in southern Wisconsin. They visited many friends formerly of the area. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tischendorf and her mother, Mrs. Annie Lent, at Onalaska, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johns and their families at Platteville, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tesmer at Weyauwega. They visited her brother Harlo Roder, at St. Mary’s Hospital, Racine, where he has been a patient since September, and also visited at the Ray Voyles and Howard Barton homes at Racine.



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