News: Neillsville (29 Jun 1972)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Perushek, Schroeder, Parrett, Keller, Blum, Tramm, Carl, Dux, Karnitz, Wilsmann, Wachholz, Marachelko, Schutte, Scholze, Kleinhans, Jeras, Tolaney, Puhl, Kieser

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 6/29/1972

Neillsville News (29 June 1972)

(Intended for last week) Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Perushek of Duluth, Mn, visited his brother, Rank, at Willard and
also called on relatives in Neillsville and Greenwood recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schroeder returned to their home in Madson Friday after visiting at the Tim Parrett home and also calling on his sister, Mrs. Marie Keller, and on his aunt, Miss Johanna Blum. Another sister, Mrs. Otto Tramm, who had been visiting with Mrs. Keller, accompanied the Schroeder’s as far as Madison and then continued on to Rockford, Il.

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carl, Mr and Mrs. Art Dux and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Karnitz visited at the Ernest Carl home in Nekoosa Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilsmann and children, Barbara and Bob, and Mrs. Minnie Wilsmann attended the wedding of Miss Sharon Wachholz, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Armon Wachholz of East Troy and James Marachelko Saturday at Kenosha.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schutte and children of Strum visited Sunday at the Alvin Schutte home. Clarence Scholze of Rudolph called at the Schutte home Sunday afternoon.

Weekend visitors at the Dale Schultz home were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kleinhans of Campbellsport, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jeras of Lyons, Il, and Mrs. Mary Laken and Mrs. Joe Tolaney of Greenwood.

Dr. and Mrs. Warren Puhl and son, Scott, of Winona, Mn, and visited Monday afternoon at the Frederick Kieser home while enroute from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Kieser of Abbotsford.



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