News: Neillsville (28 Feb 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Schultz, Volk, Perushek, Feuerstein, Noll, Bell, Strangfeld, Hoffmann, Scheel, Crothers, Quinnell, Locigno, Christensen, Mueller, Larson, Klinke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/28/1974
Neillsville (28 February 1974)
Mrs. Dale Schultz and her sister, Mrs. Albert Volk of Madison, accompanied their brother, Frank Perushek, to Duluth and Ely, Mn, to visit friends and relatives there last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Feuerstein returned home Sunday after spending several days with their daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Noll, and her family at Two Rivers.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bell entertained Sunday, February 17, in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Susan. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strangfeld and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffmann and Gerhardt Scheel. Mrs. Kermit Bell was unable to attend her granddaughter’s party because of illness, but was a supper guest at the Bob Bell home Monday evening. On February 23, Susan had a birthday party for eight school friends.
Mrs. Elizabeth Crothers planned to leave Wednesday to spend a few days in Eau Claire with her sister, Miss Ada Quinnell. They were joined by their sister-in-law from Spooner.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Locigno, Mark and Kelli will arrive in La Crosse via Amtrak March 6 and will be met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Christensen. The Locignos have planned an early spring vacation trip to Wisconsin this year because Mrs. Locigno will attended her class reunion at Anderson College, Anderson, S.C., in May. While in Wisconsin, they will visit with her sisters, Faylene Mueller in Neillsville and Janice Larson in Eau Claire. A potluck supper is being planned at the Mueller home.
Mrs. Kermit Bell was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Klinke Sunday.
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