News: Globe (11 Oct 1962)
Surnames: Dux, Hediger, Westphal, Schlinkert, Engstrom, Guk, Poernich, Roderick, Schultz, Kozubick, Hagen, Sturtz, Housberg, Ramm, Brandt, Ulesich, Wagner, Kuenkel
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 11, 1962
Globe (11 October 1962)
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dux moved part of their furniture into the Kurt Hediger home Friday. They are staying in the Hediger home while Mr. and Mrs. Hediger are on their trip to Switzerland.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Westphal of Neillsville spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schlinkert.
Mr. and Mrs. George Engstrom of Chicago and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Guk of Granton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schlinkert and daughters Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Mrs. Victor Schlinkert was a patient in Memorial Hospital for several days last week, but returned home Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Bertha Guk, came Sunday afternoon for a week’s stay.
Mrs. Myrtle Poernich of Neillsville was at the Margaret Roderick home over the weekend and did her chores while her sister was in Chicago to attend a wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz and family and his sister, Mrs. Margaret Roderick, and their niece, Miss Susan Poernich of Neillsville, drove to Chicago to attend the wedding of their nephew Saturday. They returned home Sunday.
Frank and Marie Kozubick from Illinois, who have purchased the Herman Dux farm, moved into their new home on Saturday.
Little Mark Hediger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hediger, is staying with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dux and family, while his parents are visiting in Switzerland.
Miss Lois Ann, five, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hagen, celebrated her birthday Monday evening with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sturtz, Sr., of Loyal, and his grandmother, Mrs. Ida Hagen of Neillsville as guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Housberg, Mr. Ramm, and Mrs. Brandt, all of Sheboygan, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ulesich and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Wagner, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kuenkel and daughter. The Sheboygan people were old friends of Grandpa Kuenkel.
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