News: Neillsville, Wis. Hunting News (25 Nov 1959)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Holub, Kluckhohn, Perrine, Overman, Mazola, O’Brien, Short, Meyer, Ehlers, Chadwick, Harder, Tomlinson, Swenson, Naedler, Ireland, Nemitz, Cook, Wetzel, Scholtz, Zajac
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 1959
(25 November 1959)
George Holub brought down a 10-point buck at 7:15 Saturday morning, being the earliest in Clark County to get a buck.
Seven hunters from Edgerton returned home Sunday evening taking with them one buck. This was the eighth year they have hunted in Dewhurst and roomed with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kluckhohn. Bill Perrine, Jr., who hunted with Jack Kluckhohn near the Kluckhohn farm, got his first buck Saturday morning.
Dr. M. V. Overman and a group of hunters who had lodging at the Overman cottage near Hayward brought home four deer when they returned to Neillsville last weekend.
Albert Mazola, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mazola, got a seven-point buck Sunday morning hunting along the East Fork of the Black River.
Harold O’Brien and his two sons, Jack and Gene, each got a buck last weekend hunting south of Neillsville. Gene was home from Milwaukee and Jack, 14, who is a freshman at Neillsville High School.
Floyd Short and Lloyd Meyer hunting in Washburn Sunday got a 170 pound, 10-point buck.
Paul Ehlers got a spike buck Saturday morning while hunting in south Washburn.
Robert Chadwick got his buck Saturday. He was hunting with Rene and Hans Harder.
James Tomlinson, hunting in Columbia Sunday, brought down a nine-point buck.
Jon Swenson got a seven-point buck Saturday while hunting with his brothers west of the Stables.
Hilbert Naedler and son, Alan, each got a buck Saturday morning while hunting on their land in south Lynn.
Eugene Ireland of Racine got an eight-point buck Saturday south of the Carl Nemitz farm. He was a weekend guest at the Nemitz home in Pine Valley.
Leslie Cook and Otto Wetzel got bucks last weekend while hunting in the Pine Valley and Hewett area.
Gene Scholtz of Storm Lake, Ia., and Duane Scholtz of Rockford, Ill., spent last weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scholtz. Duane brought down a large buck while hunting in the Sherwood country Saturday.
Thad Zajac, hunting Sunday morning near the Stables, brought down an eight-point buck.
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