News: Neillsville Locals (21 Jun 1962)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Davis, Schoengarth, Korth, Sundeen, Aspen, Kalsow, Tesmer, Schultz, Weeks, Lowe, Meyers, Bass, Rand, Stoughton, Wall, Walter, Gruenke, Markham, Schuviller, Jordahl, Blodgett, Scholtz, Upton, Sollberger, Anderson, Horehled Cattanach, Pagenkopf, Counsell, Gall,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 21, 1962
Neillsville Locals (21 June 1962)
The elementary teachers of Neillsville gathered at the Stella Davis apartment Satruday evening to honor Anita Schoengarth, who is retiring and to wish "bon voyage" to Mrs. Margaret Korth, who was preparing for a European trip. Each lady was presented with a gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Korth left Neillsville Tuesday morning for Stevens Point where they joined a group of college students and teachers. They will sail on the passenger ship "United States" from New York City on a six-week tour of eight nations in Europe.
Mrs. Eva Sundeen of Orlando, Fla., has arrived to stay at the Ernest Korth home and assist in the store this summer. She is a sister of Mrs. Korth.
Ole Aspen and Donald Kalsow left Monday to attend a state convention of rural carries in Fond du Lac.
Jan Marie Tesmer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Tesmer is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Ray Tesmer, while her parents are on a week’s vacation in northern Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and Mrs. Herman Schultz were supper guests at the Victor Schultz home in Eau Claire Friday evening.
The Happy Hour 4-H club of York defeated the Lynn 4-H club in a softball game played in Neillsville last weekend.
Mrs. Florence Weeks and Nan Lowe, formerly of Neillsville, visited Mrs. Lida Meyers and Josie Bass Monday on their way home to Milwaukee from Rochester, Minn., where Miss Lowe underwent treatments. They also visited their brother at Baldwin.
Peter Rand returned last week from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent surgery for stomach ulcers.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoughton of Eau Claire visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall, last weekend. Mr. Stoughton will teach history in Mondovi High School in the fall and will handle the youth recreation program in Mondovi this summer. Mrs. Stoughton is the former Susan Wall.
Richard Walter of Kenosha visited his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gruenke, last week.
Mrs. Ira Markham was moved by ambulance to Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon following a heart attack.
Ray Schuviller of Cold Springs, Minn., visited his sister, Mrs. James Jordahl, and her family last Thursday afternoon following (a line missing)
Mrs. Morris Blodgett was a caller in Marshfield Monday.
Gene Scholtz is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scholtz. He was graduated last week from Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Ia., with Bachelor of Science degree. His major is in accounting. He is spending a few days at home before taking a job.
Charles Scholtz of Milwaukee was a weekend visitor at the Lewis Scholtz home.
Summer Bible School closed Sunday with a picnic at Calvary Lutheran Church. Children, parents and staff members joined in a dinner at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Upton and children of Black River Falls, visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sollberger Sunday.
Mrs. Elmer Anderson visited her son David, and his family in the Town of York last weekend and they drove to a cottage at Rock Dam Sunday.
Joe Horehled celebrated his 74th birthday Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cattanach and family gathered for a birthday party and dinner.
Joe Horehled went to Hayward Satruday to spend a week with friends.
Mrs. Victor Pagenkopf and children, Susan and Gary, of Platteville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Counsell. Mr. Pagenkopf is teaching in Platteville this summer.
Fred Gall, 69, who makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scholtz, was moved to Memorial Hospital last weekend with a stroke.
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