News: Neillsville Area (8 Jan 2014)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Schleifer, Anding, Goeng, Rochester, Bieneck, Stanley, Lavey, Schneider, Offeldt, Gilbertson, Grinde, Christie, Hyslop, Barker, Pischer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 1/08/2014
Neillsville Area (8 January 2014)
Christmas Eve guests at the Richard and Patricia Schleifer home were Christy and Gary Anding and their daughters; Joe Goeng; Clarissa and Ricky Rochester and daughters; Duane Bieneck, and Ellen Stanley, all of Neillsville; Cheryl Ann and Mark Lavey and family, Farmington, MN; and Carla Jo and Mitch Schneider and daughter, Green Bay. The Schleifer family wished Happy Holidays to all.
Richard Schleifer, Clarissa Rochester and daughters attended a Christmas gathering in Melrose at the Russell Schleifer home. Guests were Darlene and Wayne Offeldt; Todd Gilbertson and daughter; Luke Schleifer and friend; and Traci Grinde.
It was birthday time at the Dan and Carrie Christie home in Black River Falls when the birthdays of Kevin, Lori and Dan Christie were celebrated at a party held in their honor. Attending from Pewaukee were Kathy Hyslop and Jennifer Barker and sons, Tommy, Morgan and Will. Also attending was: Jim and Mary Christie, Hatfield; Kevin Christie, Minneapolis, MN; and Harvey and Amber Pischer, Neillsville.
Lori Christie was home from Scotland for Christmas and for her birthday. She returned to Scotland, landing safely Saturday morning. Lori had another “special” to write in her memory book. On her return to the United States, her two seat-mates were from Duluth, MN. They asked Lori if she had ever been in Duluth and were surprised to when Lori told them she had just completed four years at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. They talked about the weather, snow and all the cold weather Duluth recently had and about how beautiful the city of Duluth is in the summer. It definitely is a small world.
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