News: Abbotsford (29 Jan 1970)


Surnames: Reynolds, Leichtnam, Kalepp, Raatz, Archambo, Reichersamer, Kawczynski, Hess, Nikolay, Steffen, Schaefer, Amacher, Talaska

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Jan 1970

Miss Nancy Reynolds of Dorchester was a dinner and sup guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Leichtnam. Bill Leichtnam, who was home on semester break from Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire, returned there Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kalepp Sr. visited the Eddie Raatz family at Marshfield on Monday. Mrs. Raatz is their niece.

Mr. and Mrs. Royal Archambo and daughter, Mrs. Jack Reichersamer, went to Milwaukee Saturday to attend the commencement at the Milwaukee extension of the University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Gene Kawczynski, the former Madge Hess, received her degree in Elementary Education and will be teaching in the Milwaukee school system. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nikolay and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Nikolay went there on Sunday. Mrs. Anna Nikolay, who was at the Tom Talaska home since New Year's, returned with them on Monday. Enroute home on Monday, Mr. and Mr.s Archambo took Mrs. Estelle Hess to Adell, as Mrs. Margaret Hess died Friday. The funeral was set for Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. James Steffen, Kristine, Laurie, Jamie and Mary Kay of Brookfield came Thursday night and stayed until Sunday afternoon, with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Steffen and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. James Steffen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Amacher to Tomahawk for a weekend of snowmobiling. The James Steffen family had recently returned from a 10 day vacation to Granada Hills, California, where they were with the Bill Steffen family.



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