News: Neillsville Locals (11 Jul 1963)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Cleveland, Redmond, Pierce, Swann, Moberg, Horswill, Thomsen, Dahnert, Goudin, Winters, Milton, DeCremer, Dux, Gensmer, Meihak, Warren, Larsen, Mattson, Nelhich, Howard, Laber, Norman, Lea, Olson, Tibbetts, Brown, Negaard, Toptine, Manz, Swenson, Schmidt, Hubbard, Allen, Urlaub, Dahl, Subke, Kalina, Genteman


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 11, 1963


Neillsville Area Locals (11 July 1963)


Mrs. Loal Cleveland fell one day last week at the Cleveland home on E. 9th St., fracturing her hip and knee. She is a patient in Neillsville Memorial Hospital.


James Redmond, who makes his home at the Earl Pierce residence northwest of Neillsville, is reported "very ill".  His son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Swann of Tucson and Lakeside, Ariz., were expected here Wednesday or today (Thursday) to see him. They will visit also with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Moberg of Greenwood, and Mrs. George Swann in Crandon, and will be guests of the James Horswill home here.


Mr. and Mrs. James Horswill and family visited his aunt and uncle in Mercer last weekend.


Mrs. Henry Thomsen entered Memorial Hospital Tuesday after she was taken ill at her home on Grand Avenue.  Her husband has been a patient there since Saturday morning.


Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dahnert and daughter, Eileen, drove to Cedar Rapids, Ia., the July 4 weekend to visit their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Goudin and her family. Their grandson, Ricky, returned with them and will spend several weeks in Neillsville.


Mr. and Mrs. Bert Winters of Alma Center were Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Milton.  Mr. Winters formerly was a conductor on passenger trains that ran through Neillsville.


Maj. And Mrs. Clarence DeCremer and son of Sparta are spending this week with his mother, Mrs. Alma DeCremer, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dux. 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gensmer of Rolling Stone, Minn., spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. Dale Meihak.


Mr. and Mrs. Neil Warren and daughter of Owatonna, Minn., are guests this week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Warren.


Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Larsen of Whitehall were weekend guests at the John Mattson home.


Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelhich and daughter of Eureka, S. D., visited Sunday with her brother, Hugh Howard, and his family.  Mrs. Jack Laber was an afternoon caller.


Arthur Norman returned Saturday to his work at the Neillsville Milk Products Cooperative following an absence of two weeks due to illness.


Antoinette Lea of Milwaukee, a former teacher in the Neillsville schools, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson.  She came to attend a class reunion and was accompanied by Mrs. Robert Tibbetts and son of Beloit, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Brown.


Mr. and Mrs. John Negaard and daughter of Cleveland, O., spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Toptine.


Katherine Manz, who attends the University of Wisconsin summer session, spent the weekend with her parents Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Manz.


Mr. and Mrs. John Swenson left Thursday to spend several days with their son, James Swenson, and his family in Waukesha.


Miss Karen Schmidt left Monday for Eau Claire, where she was enrolled in a beauty culture school.


Mrs. C. Hubbard of Oshkosh was a guest two days last week at the W. H. Allen Home.


Mr. and Mrs. George Urlaub of Chicago, Ill., spent two days last week with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Urlaub.  They were enroute to Walhalla, N. D., for a two-week visit with relatives.


Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahl and Mark left Thursday for their home in Everett, Wash., after a week’s visit with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Subke.


Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kalina and family moved Sunday to Spooner, where Mr. Kalina has accepted a position driving a star mail route from Spooner to Eau Claire.


Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genteman of Neillsville moved Tuesday to the former Fred Subke farm in the Town of Levis which they have purchased.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Subke, Jr., and family of New Richmond were weekend guests at the Fred Subke, Sr., home and attended a class reunion Saturday evening.



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