School: Abbotsford, Wis. High School (Class of 1921 & 1922 Reunion)
Surnames: Kelley, Loucks, Schraufnagel, Hamblin, Rundle, Ridderbusch, Manter, Genrich, Loos, Fasbender, Merwin, Ingersoll, Lokken, Lupient, Hagan, Pueschner, Nachtwey, Larson, Hawks, Hoffman, Glenzer, Horn, Mathias, Emiling, Mathews, Hanna, Fiebig, Haeuser, Cendt, Krantz, Luhrsen, Mantor
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 06/11/1953
Classes of 1921 and 1922 Convene at
The 1921 and 1922 graduating classes of
Abbotsford high school held a reunion Sunday at the Casa Grande.
Those present answered a roll call with a brief history of their
lives since graduation.
Letters were read from absent class mates
and old school songs were sung. Several prizes were awarded, as
Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley, Hinsdale,
Ill., for traveling the greatest distance; Mrs. Lemuel Loucks, for
having the most grand children, seven; and Elmer Schraufnagel, for
having the largest family, eight.
Present for the reunion were Mr. and Mrs.
Kelley (Vivian Hamblin), Hinsale, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rundle
(Velda Ridderbusch) and son, Merrill; Miss Elta Manter,
Rhinelander; Elmer Genrich, Dorchester; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Loos
(Gladys Fasbender), Colby; Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Loucks, (Rosalie
Merwin) and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schraufnagel, Abbotsford; Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Ingersoll, Marshfield.
Dinner was served at tables decorated in
school colors, with flowers in the colors of the two classes,
purple and gold and lavender and white.
A list of the graduates
1921 - Alma Lokken, Lucille Lupient,
Henry Hagan, Frank Pueschner, Ray Nachtwey, Ruth Larson, Dorothy
Hawks, Robin Ingersoll, Harold Hoffman, Minnie Glenzer, Rosalie
Merwin, Stanley Horn, Norman Mathias, Gladys Fasbender, and Elmer
1922 - Eva Emling, Ida Mathews, George Hanna, Clara Fiebig, Ernest Haeuser, Fred Cendt, Velda Ridderbusch, Elta Mantor, Vivian Hamblin, Lavern Krantz, Delos Luhrsen, and Elmer Genrich.
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