News: Columbia (15 Sep 1960)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Sischo, Sollberger, Clodfelter, Van Horn, Iverson, Lisko, Winter, Bohnhoff, Lockman, Sherman, Turczyn, Putz
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 15, 1960
Columbia (15 September 1960)
The second light frost touched our area last Friday night, damaging some corn, and freezing wild cranberries in the marshes.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sischo and family of Hixton were recent visitors at the home of his parents, the Leo Sischos.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sollberger are remodeling their kitchen.
Waldemar B. Clodfelter has returned to the Wisconsin Academy at Columbus after a five day visit with his father Waldemar J. Clodfelter.
Ernest Sollberger of Athens called at the John and William Sollberger homes Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Van Horn of Alma Center visited Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Sollberger.
Roy Iverson and granddaughter, Barbara, of Dewhurst, spent Tuesday evening with the John Sollbergers.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lisko of Milwaukee, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Jennie Winter who is visiting with relatives in the Town of Levis, called at the Wilson Bohnhoff and Ward Lockman homes Saturday.
Mrs. Leslie Sherman and son, Harvey of Merrillan, called at the William Sollberger home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Turczyn and five children of Pine Valley were recent visitors at the John Putz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Truor* and six children of Milwaukee spent the weekend at their cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward N. Lockman have acquired a new granddaughter. A daughter weighing seven pounds was born to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Lockman at Longview, Wash. August 31. Mrs. Lockman is the former Clarice Winter, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Winter. The Lockman’s at Longview have two other daughters.
*This name was quite faint on copy, so I may not have it correct. Sorry.
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