News: Neillsville Locals (2 Aug 1962)
Surnames: Ott, Sphatt, Wilson, Wilcon, Feile, Mac Ravey, Rude, Scott, Mabie, Zimmerman, Nobel, Nelson, Hoesly, Lukes, Swenson, Sitzman, Unger, Hagie, Norman, Junchen, Burt, Rothenburger, Adamec, Mauer, McCreedy, Grether, Mohr, Holt, Howard, Eddy, Mazola, Brown, Korth, Dahnert, Blackman, Strebing, Foote
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 2, 1962
Neillsville Locals (2 August 1962)
Wendell Ott sustained injury to his right shoulder and arm while taking part in a rodeo last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sphatt and children of Elgin, Ill., were weekend visitors at the Albert Wilson home.
Albert Wilcon, who is in charge of registrations at Mark Russell Memorial Park in Hatfield, reports 61 units registered at the park camping lot last weekend. "This compares equally with the high weekend which occurred over July 4th last summer. Cool weather this summer has held registrations down in some periods but I expect the 1962 total to equal registrations in 1961."
Mrs. Mildred (Feile) Mac Ravey of Madison visited Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Lorena Rude, Mr. and Mrs. Jess W. Scott, Milo Mabie and Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman. Mrs. Mac Ravey was a high school teacher in Neillsville in the 1930’s. She was on her way to Hayward to spend the weekend with cousins. She is employed with the dairy division in the state capitol.
Mary and Helen Nobel of Austin, Minn., visited Wednesday and Thursday with their sister, Mrs. Verlyn W. Nelson, and her family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nobel and children of St. Paul Park, Minn., visited last weekend with the Rev. and Mrs. Verlyn W. Nelson and family.
Mrs. Jacob (Harriette) Hoesly spent several days last week in Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a health checkup.
Henry Lukes, guidance instructor in Neillsville High School, completed a six-week summer course in Marquette University July 31. He attended on a National Defense Scholarship.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swenson of Marshfield were weekend visitors at the Roy Sitzman and John Swenson homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Unger and son, David, visited last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Unger. They had been on an auto trip which took them to Mackinac Bridge, Sault Ste. Marie, and around the northern lakeshore of Superior. They returned to their home in Sheboygan Sunday.
Mrs. John Hagie of Marshfield visited Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norman.
Mona Hoesly visited Thursday with friends in Eau Claire.
Lawrence Junchen and son, David, returned last week to their home in Sherrard, Ill., following a two week visit at the Harold Junchen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Burt of Marshfield visited last weekend at the Carl Rothenburger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Adamec and Tony visited Sunday with John Adamec in Madison.
The Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Mauer and family left Sunday on a two week vacation trip. Terence McCreedy will conduct the services August 5 and the Rev. Jacob Grether, August 12, for the Rev. Mr. Mauer in his Methodist churches.
Beatrice Mohr and Carol Holt returned last weekend from a two-week auto trip to the Ozark mountains in Missouri. They also visited George Mohr in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Lois Howard, who is employed in Milwaukee, spent a week’s vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howard.
Gordon Eddy of Kenosha is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Eddy, in Neillsville.
Albert Mazola, who has been employed in Kenosha, is visiting at the Walter Brown home.
Louis Korth of Marshfield has been assisting the past week with work at the Leo Korth home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahnert, Neillsville, visited Wednesday evening at the Clifford Blackman home.
Mrs. Ray Strebing and Gail, of New York Mills, N. Y., called Wednesday at the Charles Foote home. On Wednesday evening the Foote family visited at the Esther Strebing home in Neillsville and viewed slides shown by Kenneth Strebing. Mrs. Strebing and daughter, formerly of Neillsville, were house guests at the Esther Strebing home during their stay here.
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