News: Neillsville Locals (5 Sep 1963)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Wachholz, Neuhaus, Bonney, Wall, Wild, Winters, Dwyer, Schoenherr, Bollom, Jackson, Zilk, Peterson, Johnson, Olson, Giloy, Scherer, Knorr, Huntley, Trelaven, Anderson, Schlinsog, Foemmel, Kammerer, Hayden, Steinich, Peters, Volkert, Quicker, Holnbach, Witte, Schindler, Morley, Rick, Bladl, Rowe, Elmhorst, Neville, Rizner, Ruddock, Hrasky, Payne, Jenni, Herbel, Vollmert, Wagner
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 5, 1963
Neillsville Area Locals (5 September 1963)
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wachholz were Miss Elaine Wachholz and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Neuhaus of St. Paul, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neuhaus and son of Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bonney and son, Kenneth, returned last week from a vacation trip to Kentucky. They spent this weekend with the Richard Bonney family in Milwaukee.
Floyd Wall returned home last week from Memorial Hospital, where he was a patient for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wild of Minneapolis visited one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wall and called at the Tom Winters home. The Floyd Walls and the Wild family were neighbors when both families resided in Chippewa Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dwyer and two friends of Milwaukee spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Robert Dwyer, Sr. and with her relatives in Black River Falls.
Miss Lorraine Schoenherr, who teaches in Merrill, was a weekend house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Bollom.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jackson of Lake Forest, Ill., were guests two days last week of their daughter, Mrs. Glen Zilk and her family. They had spent two weeks visiting Greenwood and Neillsville area relatives.
Miss Bernadine Peterson and her mother, Mrs. B. H. Peterson, returned home last week from a trip to Indiana. Bernadine left Sunday for Manhattan, Kans., and resumed her teaching duties, Tuesday.
Miss Carol Peterson of Eau Claire spent the weekend at the B. H. Peterson home. She left Monday to resume her kindergarten teaching duties.
Dennis Johnson of Point McGue, Calif., is spending several days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Olson and family of Olympia, Wash., visited last week at the Grace Giloy home.
Guests last week at the Nick Scherer home were Miss Shirley Knorr of Arcadia and Mrs. Ella Huntley of Thorp.
Mrs. Harry Trelaven of Oshkosh visited several days last week with Mrs. Elmer Anderson.
Mrs. Steve Schlinsog is an appendectomy patient in Memorial Hospital. She entered the hospital the day after her mother, Mrs. Alfred Foemmel was dismissed.
Mrs. Ray Kammerer and two daughters returned home last week from Rochester, where Mrs. Kammerer had been a hospital patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kammerer left this week for Rochester where Mrs. Kammerer will undergo a series of treatments.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hayden spent several days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Glyde Steinich, in Menomonee Falls, and Sunday attended a Hayden family reunion.
Mrs. Eva Davis is a patient in Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Peters spent the weekend in Waterloo with his sister, Frances Peters, and his mother, Mrs. Edward Peters, who is observing her 93rd birthday this week. They also visited Mrs. Peters’ relatives in Johnson Creek, and were accompanied home by Mrs. Robert Peters and two children, who spent four days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Volkert, in Reeseville.
A get-together was held Sunday at the Roland Quicker home honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quicker, who are leaving next week for Tacoma, Wash. where he will be stationed in the armed forces.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Quicker and Mrs. and Mrs. Ronald Quicker were Wednesday supper guests at the Otto Holnbach home in Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Witte spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schindler in Pepin and enjoyed a weekend of good fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. William Morley and family spent the Labor Day weekend at the Rick Cottage near Fifield.
Pfc. Richard Bladl of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bladl.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Rowe and family of Owen were weekend visitors of her father, Louis Elmhorst.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Neville and family of Madison spent the weekend with area relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Rizner and family of Elmhurst, Ill., were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Frank Ruddock. They also visited the Bill Hrasky family and with Mike Rizner.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Payne and children of Sheboygan arrived Saturday for a Labor Day weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Jenni.
Herman Jenni has left for this home in Banning, Cal., after spending the last three months with his brother, Werner Jenni and his family, and with relatives in Chicago.
Mrs. Verna Payne spent the Labor Day weekend in Menasha with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Herbel and son, Donald, and Mrs. Greta Vollmert, spent the weekend in Milwaukee visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner left Tuesday for Garden Grove, Cal., to spend three weeks with their son, Walter, Jr., who operates a bowling alley there.
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