News: Neillsville Locals (18 Aug 1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Beyer, Worchel, Hauge, Kurth, Johnson, Holt Thull, Mauer, Dooley, Larsen, Elmer, Marg, Gilbertson, Schoengarth, Barager, Radloff, Matheson, Conlin, Svetlik, Kubicki, Blumenthaler, Rahn, Milton, Bramble, Kintzele, Gallagher
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/18/1966
Neillsville Locals (18 August 1966)
Miss Margaret Beyer of Chicago, Ill., spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Lila Worchel and son.
Mrs. Emma Hauge of King is visiting her son, Herbert Kurth, and his wife, and is visiting area friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson, who attended the Holt-Thull wedding Saturday in Weyerhauser, left from there for Ashland, where they were guests Sunday of the Rev. Lloyd Mauer and family, former Neillsville residents.
The Good Neighbors Homemaker club held their annual picnic in Schuster Park one evening last week.
Mrs. Anna Dooley of Chicago, Ill., was a guest last week of her mother, Mrs. Ole Larsen. Also visiting there were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Elmer and daughter of St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marg and family visited Sunday in Lone Rock with Mr. and Mrs. Nordeen Gilbertson and family.
Judge and Mrs. Lowell D. Schoengarth and family spent the weekend with the James Barager family of Owen at the Barager cottage on Round Lake.
Miss Marilyn Radloff left Sunday for Green Bay after spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Virginia Radloff.
Miss Sheri Matheson left last Wednesday by plane from Marshfield for Washington D.C., where she was met by her great uncle, Earl Conlin of Woodbridge, VA., with whom she is spending several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Svetlik drove to Minneapolis, Minn., Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Edward Kubicki. They were accompanied by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blumenthaler.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Svetlik and four sons of New Holstein visited Friday at the Frank and Tony Svetlik and Henry E. Rahn homes. They also visited her father, James Milton.
Mrs. George Bramble of Janesville spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Harland Kintzele, and brothers, Bill and David Gallagher.
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