News: Owen (30 Jul 1970)
Surnames: Conzemius, Klabon, Moore, Hulbert, Schultz, Doonan, Krom, Severson, Sample, Driscoll, Mauel, Cattanach, Anderson, Shipman
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Jul 1970
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conzemius, John, Bob and Kay Klabon visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conzemius at Wisconsin Rapids the weekend of the 11th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conzemius spent the weekend at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conzemius and Mrs. Wayne Moore, and attended Bill's class reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulbert of Texas came for the 1934-35 class reunion on Saturday, and continued on to visit relatives at Duluth. Mr. Hulbert was the science teacher in the Owen High School and was class advisor for the class of 1934 the four years.
Al Schultz of Neenah visited vriends in the city on Saturday evening to attend the Class Reunion of 34-35.
W.K. Doonan arrived her from Cable,w here he is enjoying the summer at the cottage to attend the reunion Saturday, returning back to Diamond Lake on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Krom of Milwaukee visited his brothers, Milton at Withee and Harold at Greewnood, and attended his class reunion on Saturday night at the Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Severson of Rockford, Ill. arrived on Saturday to attend his class reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sample of Hasting, Minn. visited her mother, Mrs. Driscoll, and attended her class reunion Saturday night.
Alice Mauel spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Mauel Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cattanach of Boscobel visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. I.W. Cattanach, and also at the Bert Cattanach home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cattanach of Marshfield visited them on Saturday afternoon, and that evening the Lewis Cattanach family attended their 35th anniversary reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson drove to Osseo on Sunday to visit a relative, Anna Shipman, in the Osseo hospital.
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