News: Neillsville Locals (22 Oct 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Jewitt, Frantz, Larsen, Schlegelmilch, Wetzel, Ray, Swenson, Berg, Junchen, Rahn, Rizner, Payleitner, Tolaney, Carl, Mitte, Volp, Volk, Perushek, Feuerstein, Burr, Freund, Nosbisch
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 10/22/1970
Neillsville Locals (22 October 1970)
Mrs. Vern Jewitt of San José, Ca., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Robert Frantz, for the last two weeks, planned to return home today (Thursday). Sunday they visited Judge and Mrs. George Frantz in Fennimore.
Candlelight homemakers met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Royce Larsen. The October extension homemaker project, “How to keep fit nutritionally,” was presented by Mrs. Norb Schlegelmilch and Mrs. Ray Wetzel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ray spent part of the weekend in Milwaukee with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray, who observed their Golden wedding anniversary.
Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Swenson home were Mr. and Mrs. Gilferd Berg of Menomonie.
Mrs. Harold Junchen and Mrs. Henry E. Rahn hosted a bridal shower for Elsbeth Rizner last Thursday at the Rahn home.
Mr and Mrs. Valentine Payleitner plan to attend the Bucks season opener in Milwaukee Saturday night. Sunday afternoon they expect to see the Packer-Eagle game at Milwaukee county stadium.
Sister M. Margaret of Baraboo recently spent several days with her brother, John Tolaney, who is a resident at Memorial Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carl spent last week with Robert Mitte in Manitowoc, and at the Lavern Volp home in Omro.
Mrs. Al Volk of Madison and Anne Perushek of Chicago, Ill., visited last week with their brother, Frank Perushek and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Feuerstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burr, Edwin Freund and Florentine Nosbisch visited relatives in Le Roy, Minn., (looks like some words are missing here).
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