News: Neillsville Locals (2 Jul 1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Wieting, Frankos, Seidelman, Keller, Lueck, Kunze, Schoenherr, Thoma, Wegner, Kunkel, Padrutt, Schoenherr, Dalton, Coyier, Peterson, Harder, Pflughoeft Schwamb, Rogers, Allen, Kleckner, Gault, Henchen, Croker, Knutson, Carl, Hackett, Kroll, Jenni, Ruchaber, Graham, Monay, Prock, Yorkston, Prochazka, Kotchy, Meihack, Walk, Wetzel
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 2, 1964
Neillsville Area Locals (2 July 1964)
Mr. and Mrs. Art Wieting and family of Colgate, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wieting and family of Menomonee Falls, and Mrs. B. T. Frankos and three sons of Canoga Park, Cal., were guests last week of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wieting. Saturday, Mrs. Tony Wieting and her guests and Mrs. Lena Seidelman, Mrs. Herbert Keller, Larry and Jimmy, Mrs. Elsie Lueck, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kunze and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schoenherr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thoma and Karen, Kay Thoma, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kunkel, all of Neillsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Padrutt of Black Earth, attended the wedding of Carol Schoenherr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schoenherr of Stratford, to Jay Dalton.
Mrs. Duane Coyier left last week for her home in Hood River, Ore., following a four-week visit with her parents, Attorney and Mrs. John Peterson, and her sister, Mrs. Hans Harder.
Mrs. Donald Pflughoeft of the Town of York was in Madison Tuesday, where she visited her mother, Mrs. Freida Schwamb, who recently underwent major surgery in University Hospital.
Mrs. Mattie Rogers, who spent several days at University Hospital in Madison, returned Tuesday to Memorial Hospital in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kleckner have returned from a vacation trip through several southern states.
Mrs. Minnie Gault, Miss Clara Henchen and Mrs. Arnold Henchen drove to Wausau Wednesday, where they spent the day with Mrs. Gault’s son, Harold, and his family, and with her sister, Mrs. Clara Croker.
Student pastor, Paul E. Knutson of Osseo conducted the morning worship service Sunday in Calvary Lutheran Church. He recently was graduated from Luther College in Decorah, Ia. In the fall he plans to attend the Lutheran Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minn.
Mrs. Harry Carl left Friday for a weekend visited with her sister, Mrs. Herb Hackett, in Cedarburg. She was joined there by her two sons, Alan of Racine and Dennis of Grafton.
It was erroneously stated in last week’s issue that Wilmer Kroll has purchased the Roland Jenni home. It was Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Kroll of Neillsville, who have purchased the home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ruchaber and their guests, Joe Graham of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Lucille Monay, plan to spend Sunday in Fond du Lac with Mrs. Ruchaber’s relatives and to attend a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Linus Prock accompanied their son, Harold, to Milwaukee one day this week, where they attended funeral services for a relative.
Mrs. Nora Yorkston will be hostess to her card club this (Thursday) evening.
The 500-card club met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Prochazka.
Pfc. Allen Kotchy of Ft. Bliss, Tex., was granted a one-week emergency leave through the Red Cross to visit his mother, Mrs. Arthur Kotchy of the town of York, who underwent surgery on her left eye for glaucoma. He arrived by jet at St. Paul, Minn., and was met there by relatives. Mrs. Kotchy is a patient in Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meihack and family of Milwaukee were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Meihack, his sister, Ruby, and brother, Ronnie Meihack, and his family. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Meihack entertained a group of relatives for dinner. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Meihack and family; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Walk and John; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wetzel and Karen; and Robert Wetzel of Oakland, Cal., who has been visiting relatives in Montana, and who now is spending several days with relatives here.
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