News: Neillsville (2 May 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Johnson, Hagedorn, Nordin, Trimberger, Simek, Wachholz, Bush, Larson, Neuendorf, Karl, Noak, Kasuboski, Buelow, Chaffee, Wickert, Bean, Steinhaus, Labrenz, Wilkes, Souders, Pries, Isberner, Dalton, Little, Becht, Kieser, Holtzhausen
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/02/1974
Neillsville Locals (2 May 1974)
Lloyd Johnson, a former Neillsville resident, has recently been elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers for next year. He and his wife, the former Theresa Hagedorn, have been living in Honolulu, Hawaii, since August. He will represent the University of Hawaii student chapter of the ASCE and will graduate from the university in June of 1975.
The Rev. Ronald Nordin and Mrs. Ellen Johnson represented Calvary Lutheran Church at the Northern Wisconsin District Convention of the ALC held in Appleton Sunday evening through Wednesday noon.
Atty. Wayne Trimberger was the guest speaker at the April 29 meeting of the Neillsville Kiwanis Club. He spoke on the topic of wills and property ownership.
Mr. and Mrs. William Simek Jr., and sons, Douglas and Stuart, of St. Paul, Mn, spent Friday night and Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Simek Sr. Dinner guests Saturday at the Simek home also included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simek and Mrs. Leonard Wachholz.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bush have returned home from Fullerton, Ca., where they spent a month visiting their daughter and son-in-law and family, Dr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson and children, Roxanne, Kirk and Michelle.
Out-of-town guests who attended the wedding of Sue Neuendorf and Russ Karl Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Noak, the bride’s grandmother, and Mrs. Alvin Kasuboski and daughter, Cheryl, of Clintonville; Mrs. Kermit Buelow and daughter, Darla, of New London; Mr. and Mrs. John Chafee and daughters, Cindy and Sherrill of Carol Stream, Il.; Mrs. Eugene Wickert of Brookfield; Mrs. Evelyn Bean, Gerold Steinhaus and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Labrenz of Montello; Mrs. Don Wilkes and daughter, Jackie, of Irvington, Al.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neuendorf of West Allis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neuendorf and son of Lindsey; Miss Peggy Souders, Miss Betty Pries and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isberner of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dalton and sons of Zion, Il.; Robert Little of Portage; and Frances Becht and Mrs. Becht of Spencer. Weekend guests at the Harvey Neuendorf home were Mrs. Wilkes and Jackie, who was an attendant, Miss Souders, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neuendorf and son, Mrs. Bean and Mr. Steinhaus.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kieser attended funeral services Saturday in Abbotsford for a family friend, Miss Shirley Holtzhausen.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder of Marlinton Heights, Il., Mrs. Bernie Smet of Cary, Il., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schroeder of Fridley, Mn, visited relatives and friends here. Mrs. Smet was a houseguest of her aunt, Mrs. Marie Keller.
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