News: Withee (15 Dec 1960)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Auberg, Capes, Clobbin, Little, Fredericks, Buss, Kallberg, Hansen
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 15, 1960
Withee (15 December 1960)
Mrs. Veryl Auberg and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bernard Auberg, both of Withee, were returning from a trip to Eau Claire Saturday evening when, approximately four miles west of Cadott on 29 two deer suddenly ran in front of the car. One succeeded in crossing the other one was struck and killed as Mrs. Veryl Auberg swerved the car to avoid it. The car received a broken headlight, but the deer was killed. While this was transpiring two motorists passed, one going east and one going west but neither bothered to stop. Luckily, a garage was nearby where authorities ere notified and the headlight was repaired. Both women were badly frightened and shaken by the accident, and Veryl thinks it’s a round-about and uncomfortable way to get a deer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Capes, who have been spending some time with their daughter in Milwaukee, have returned to their home west of Longwood.
The men’s club of St. John’s church had their Christmas party and program Wednesday night and invited the ladies.
Sunday an open house was held at the Methodist parsonage at Greenwood. All members of the churches of Withee, Greenwood and Christie were invited.
Mrs. Herman Clobbin died Friday evening at the home of her daughter in Gilman. She had been ill for many weeks.
Mrs. Arnold Little went to Niagara recently to constitute two chapters of the Eastern Star.
Mrs. Ed Fredericks went to Wausau recently to visit her son Gerold Buss and family.
The Spring Valley Pinochle club met at the home of Hilner Kallberg recently.
Emil V. Hansen, long time resident of Withee, was taken to a hospital in Stevens Point last Saturday because of illness. His (missing information)
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