News: Neillsville Locals (1 Feb 1968)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Tyler, Gerber, Halle, Jenni, Krause, Christie, Krejci, Yndogliato, Sollberger, Mott, Ramsey, Fronzi, Thompson, Crandall, Saracoff, Huddleston, Schoengarth, Thornton, Armitage, Roberts, Howard

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/01/1968

Neillsville Locals (1 February 1968)

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler of Belvidere, Ill., who were on a business trip to Marshfield, were dinner guests Saturday of her sister, Mrs. Alfred Gerber.

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Gerber and family of Rockford, Ill., were weekend guests at the Alfred Gerber and Arnold Halle homes.

Mr. and Mrs. Werner Jenni returned home Monday from Watertown, where they spent four days visiting at the Oscar Krause home

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Christie and baby of La Crosse, and lee Krejci of Belvidere, Ill., were guests Saturday and Sunday at the Rex Krejci home. Mr. and Mrs. Christie and baby also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Christie.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yndogliato and Mrs. Frances Sollberger are spending the remainder of the winter in Apache Junction, Ariz. They were joined on the trip by friends from Black River Falls.

Mr. and Mrs. Murel A. Mott returned last week from Illinois, where they spent a week with Mr. Mott’s sister.

Guests Sunday at the Murel A. Mott home were Miss Lynn Ramsey, Miss Shelly Fronzi, Thomas Thompson, Allen and Mark Crandall, all of Milwaukee.

Dist. Attorney and Mrs. Norman Saracoff and family spent the weekend with friends in Rib Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Huddleston of Rensselaer, Ind., were to arrive Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week with friends. They are house guests at the Lowell Schoengarth and Jack Thornton homes.

Judge and Mrs. Lowell Schoengarth and family, accompanied by Neil Armitage and David Roberts spent Saturday skiing at Hardscrabble.

Mrs. Hugh Howard is a surgical patient in an Eau Claire hospital.



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