News: Northern Clark County (20 Feb 1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Kalepp, Myre, Reis, Calmes, Kellner, Greaser, Thompson, Hannah, Roder, Schmidt, Augustine, Velek, Wry, Matthiesen, Staab, Beck, Runzheimer, Anderson, Beisner, Amacher, Bunkelman, Mellenthin, Schulta, Reichersamer, Laabs, Seefluth, Beterl, Tyznik, Hansen, Dorn, Briski, Hutt, Dorn, Blazer, Orestebak, Riley, Zadaraka, Bierly, Schraufnagel, Sedlack, Feddick, Genrich, Skerbeck, Kumbier, Herrick, Harmel, Flint, Rosenquist, Kuegler, Schultz, Olds, Mattson, Weddig, Crutschfield, Baehr, Klay, Carey, Radley
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) February 20, 1964
Northern Clark County (20 February 1964)
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kalepp have returned to Abbotsford from Virginia, where they spent a week with their daughter, Mrs. John Myre and her family.
A group of neighbors and relatives honored Mrs. Julia Reis of Abbotsford on her 94th birthday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Calmes, with whom she makes her home. The afternoon was spent socially.
Walter Kellner of Dorchester has returned home from Washington D. C., where he attended the annual convention of the Farmers Union. He represented the Hull-Dixon local.
Several relatives and friends gathered recently at the Myron Greaser home in Abbotsford for a housewarming party for Mr. and Mrs. Greaser.
Charles Thompson has returned to Abbotsford from Madison, where he had been a patient since December 2 in the Veterans’ hospital. Mrs. Thompson, who had been with him, accompanied him home.
Mrs. Margaret Hannah of Stetsonville has purchase the Mrs. Emma Roder house in Abbotsford.
Northern Clark County deaths; Arnold Schmidt; Mrs. Ruth Augustine, 46, Mrs. Barbara Velek; Mrs. Amanda Wry, 81, Henry Matthiesen; Dennis Staab, 21 months; Gregory Beck, 3 months; Mrs. Irvin Runzheimer, 50; Mrs. Roger Anderson, 58, and William Beisner, 77.
Northern Clark County births; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ron Amacher; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bunkelman; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mellenthin; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schulta; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Reichersamer; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Laabs; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seefluth; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Beterl; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tyznik; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hansen; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dorn; a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Briski.
M. N. Hutt of Abbotsford made a business trip to Madison one day last week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hutt, who visited two sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dorn and family of Madison were guests recently of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dorn, in Abbotsford.
Mrs. Mary Blazer, teacher in the intermediate grades in the Curtiss School, in convalescing at her home in Abbotsford from surgery. Mrs. Joe Orestebak substituted for her.
Recent weekend guests at the A. C. Riley home in Unity were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zadaraka and family of Moline, Ill, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bierly and family of Peoria, Ill.
Harley Schraufnagel, a meat inspector in the army, has been transferred from Madison to Cedar Rapids, Ia. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schraufnagel of Abbotsford.
Neighbors and r elatives gathered at the William Sedlack home in Colby one evening last week and honored Mr. and Mrs. Sedlack on their 45th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feddick of Stetsonville were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Johanna Feddick, at the Henry Genrich home.
Mrs. Eugene Skerbeck of Dorchester was in Stevens Point one day last week, where she attended funeral services for her uncle, Erve Kumbier.
Grant Herrick, retired mail carrier out of the Curtiss postoffice, was honored by the Curtiss community club at its last regular meeting.
Mrs. Martha Harmel of Curtiss is spending several months with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Flint, in Avon Park, Fla.
Mrs. Harvey Rosenquist has returned to Waukegan, Ill, after a visit of several days at the Herbert Kuegler, Clarence and Albert Schultz homes in Curtiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olds of Owen left last week Wednesday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Olds underwent a checkup.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mattson of Owen are on a three week trip through southern states. They plan to visit friends in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Weddig of Owen left last week for Cadott, where they met Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson of Cornell. The two couples left on a vacation trip to southern and western states. Mr. and Mrs. Weddig visited their daughter, Mrs. David Crutschfield, and her family in Austin, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baehr and family of Mosinee visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baehr and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Klay, of Withee.
Sgt. and Mrs. Michael Carey of Oceanside, Cal., visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Radley of Withee. The Carey family was enroute to Washington, D. C., where Sgt. Carey will attend school. He plans later to spend 13 months in Japan.
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