News: Merrillan (30 Aug 1962)


Contact: Dolores


Surnames: Comstock, Hayden, Greap, McCulloch, Gard, Linder, Henderickson, Feggestad Burghardt, Nichols, Frost, Gile, Graves, Draves, Breheim, Smith, Billerbeck, Amundson, Reed, Bates


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 30, 1962


Merrillan (30 August 1962)


Mr. and Mrs. Bob Comstock are the parents of a son.


A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hayden.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greap and Sandy McCulloch of Beloit spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Gard.


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linder took Oscar Henderickson to the Lutheran Hospital at La Crosse.


Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feggestad of Stoughton spent from Thursday to Monday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clint W. Burghardt.


Mrs. E. W. Nichols has returned to the Krohn Hospital at Black River Falls.


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frost are the parents of a daughter.


Mrs. Gibson Gile, and Mrs. Darwin Graves of Neillsville spent the weekend in Chicago, where they attended the 33rd annual Festival of Music, at Soldiers Field on Saturday evening.  Tribute was paid to the Girl Scouts of America on the 50th anniversary, and more than 1,200 Girl Scouts, Brownies and Sea Scouts took part in the program.


Mrs. George Draves, Judy and Betty Jean spent Monday evening at the Wilbert Breheim home and helped Deric Dean Breheim celebrate his first birthday.


Mr. and Mrs. George Smith called at the Wilbert Breheim home Tuesday evening.


Phoebe Billerbeck well known here, spent Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wilbert Breheim and family.  In the afternoon they called on Olaf Amundson.


Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Reed of Janesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Vance Bates, Jr., recently.  Susan Reed of Janesville spent a few days there.



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