News: Neillsville Locals (15 Nov 1962)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Hart, Swenson, Schield, Wall, Keller, Paulson, Aspen, Tesmer, Randall, Dahnert, Counsell, Strebing, Rosekrans, Campman, McLane, Clausnitzer, Dux, Cummings, Palubicki, Schwellenbach, Walters, Pagenkopf, Gall, Wehe, Lezotte, Francis, Bergemann, Erpenbach, Aumann, Hansen, Mortenson, Horswill, Bemis, Foemmel, Nesbitt, Meier, Van Gorden, Hauge, Hemp, Fremstad, Hagen, Ampe
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 15, 1962
Neillsville Locals (15 November 1962)
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hart of Wabasha, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. John Swenson last Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Carroll N. Schield and family have moved into their new residence at 39 Huron Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wall visited their cottage and did some fishing near Cumberland last Thursday.
Larry Keller is getting around on crutches. He slipped on a stairway and sprained his right ankle.
Chap Paulson plans to place one of his stage coaches on display at a commercial mart in Chicago later this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Aspen and children of Mount Prospect, Ill.; visited Mr. and Mrs. Ole Aspen and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Tesmer last week. Mr. and Mrs. Aspen are spending a week in Mount Prospect, Ill.
Kenneth and George Randall of Fond du Lac visited at the Henry Dahnert home and Victor Counsell homes last week, and hunted pheasant and partridge.
Raymond Strebing of Utica, N. Y. is visiting his mother, Mrs. August Strebing and with his brothers, Kenneth and Howard.
Dr. Milton C. Rosekrans and Wm. A. Campman are leaving today for Peshtigo to hunt deer.
Jack McLane was called to southern Wisconsin last week for the funeral of his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clausnitzer of Medford were visitors at the Ted Dux home Friday.
Mrs. Agnes Cummings plans to spend the winter with Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Palubicki at Kinchloe AFB, near Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
John Schwellenbach of Eau Claire visited in Neillsville and with his mother, Mrs. Tillie Walters, in Loyal, last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pagenkopf, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gall, and Mrs. Anna Wehe visited in Loyal Friday.
Mrs. Glenn Lezotte, Sr., returned last Thursday from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Francis and family in Loyal.
Mrs. John Bergemann and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Erpenbach of the Town of Grant, left Friday for Mitchell, S. D., to attend the funeral of a relative, held Saturday.
Mrs. Marvin Aumann is a patient in a Marshfield hospital.
Mrs. Harry Hansen, who spent last week with Mrs. Robert Mortenson and her family, returned Friday evening to her home in Mentor.
Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Horswill and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bemis have returned from a vacation in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Foemmel have erected a new garage at the south west corner of the former James Nesbitt residence on Division Street. The Arthur G. Meier family lives in the house.
Eleven men will spend part of the deer season at the Pink Van Gorden cottage on Lake Arbutus. They are: "Pink", Dick Van Gorden, Jim Hauge and son, Terry, Calvin Swenson and Marvin Hemp, all of Neillsville; Ernest Fremstad and Ray Hagen of Pigeon Falls; Kenneth Fremstad of Stanley; Glenn and Albert Fremstad of Eau Claire.
Mrs. Heron Van Gorden and daughter, Maria Beth, plan to visit her parents in Stanley this weekend.
The Neillsville fire department was called to the Ted Ampe home on the Northside about 6:15 p.m. last Thursday to extinguish a chimney fire.
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