News: Neillsville Locals (3 Oct 1963)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Metcalf, Campbell, Kaudy, Miller, Struensee, Wanty, Gangler, Hart, Burr, Bedell, Cummings, Bardeleben, Weast, Bardell, Shumway, Kaddatz, Schultz, Kren, Lloyd, Holmberg, Wankovich, Lueckfeld, Knippel, Quinlan, Grasamke, Brekke, Swenson, Peterson, Drake, Olson, Bruhn, Schield, Sitzman, Sternitzky, Schweinler, Lynch, Williams, Wessenberg, Yndogliato, Sollberger, Kalsow
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 3, 1963
Neillsville Area Locals (3 October 1963)
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell and George drove to La Crosse Sunday on a pleasure trip. They report that the trees were more colorful in this area than in that part of the state.
The 63rd birthday of Kenneth Metcalf was celebrated recently by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kaudy, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Struensee and Dennis.
Earl Wanty of Milwaukee spent Sunday with his uncle, Nick Gangler, and at the Garald Hart home. Other Sunday visitors at the Hart home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hart of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bedell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hart and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings of Alma Center were Sunday guests at the Herbert Bardeleben home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Weast and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bardell enjoyed a trip to Minnesota Sunday.
Mrs. Vera Shumway has moved from an apartment on W. 7th Street into the Kaddatz house on W. 10th Street, recently vacated by Mrs. Susan Schultz. Mrs. Schultz has moved into a trailer house near the home of her daughter Mrs. Harold Kren, south of Neillsville.
Recent guests of Mrs. Vera Shumway were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Holmberg, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lloyd, Mrs. James Wankovich and daughter, Cheryl, and friend, Dennis Lueckfeld, all of Racine.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knippel have returned from a three-week trip to Chicago, Ill., Milwaukee and Lake Geneva, where they visited relatives.
Harold Quinlan, Jr., left Monday for Toms River, N. J. He was called here for the funeral of his father, the late Harold Quinlan, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Grasamke of Wausau recently visited with Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Brekke and family.
Weekend guests at the John Swenson home were Jon Swenson of Westfield and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swenson of Wisconsin Rapids.
Mr. and Mrs. John Swenson visited relatives in Menomonie Thursday.
Miss Carol Peterson of Eau Claire spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drake and family of La Crosse were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Drake, at the Drake cottage on Mead Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Odin Olson of Fond du Lac were Friday over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bruhn. They were enroute to visit relatives in Blair.
Dr. and Mrs. Carroll N. Schield and family attended a football game in Green Bay Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swenson of Wisconsin Rapids were weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sitzman.
Carl Sternitzky drove Sunday to Milwaukee and in the afternoon attended a ball game.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bruhn drove to Beloit recently, where they visited her mother, Mrs. Lillian Schweinler, and a sister, Mrs. Martin Lynch, and her family. The following day they visited Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Schweinler in Lake Geneva and while there also visited with the DeWayne Schweinler family of Elroy, who were guests of his brother. Mr. Bruhn took his wife to Milwaukee where she spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams and family and with the Jay Bruhn family. Mrs. Bruhn and her daughter, Mrs. Williams, attended a meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star while in Milwaukee. She returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wessenberg of Neillsville were Sunday visitors at the Tom Yndogliato home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sollberger of Neillsville were Sunday supper guests there.
Helene Kalsow of St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend with her folks at the Roland Kalsow home.
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