News: Merrillan Locals (21 Oct 1965)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hagen, Anderson, Johnson, Amundson, Gile, Sutton, Hayden, Cadby, Stai, McKevitt, Beede, Green, Graves, Knutson, Nash, Waller, Peterson, Loomis, Ransom, Corporal
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 21, 1965
Merrillan Locals (21 October 1965)
Members of the Methodist M. Y. F. enjoyed a wiener and marshmallow roast at the church last Monday evening.
Mrs. Mike Hagen of Altoona called on the H. K. Andersons and Mrs. Nellie Hagen last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson of Stoughton spent several days with Clarence Amundson.
Gibson Gile was a business caller in Madison Tuesday. Jim Sutton helped on the mail route during Gib’s absence.
Louis V. Hayden, Sr. is a patient in Memorial Hospital in Black River Falls. Lou fell at his home and fractured a rib.
Mmes. Sadie Cadby and Mabel Stai of Black River Falls called at the Harley Anderson home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Gene McKevitt returned home this week from an extended confinement in the Memorial Hospital in Black River Falls. She was treated for a slipped disc and an ulcer.
Elgie Beede of Cudahy spent the weekend at her cottage in Hatfield and called on Merrillan friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Gib Gile and Bob spent Sunday at River Falls visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ken Green and Linda Graves.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Knutson and Kent of Tomah spent Sunday with Mrs. Walter Nash.
The Merrillan Methodist Bible Study will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the parsonage. Confirmation class will meet at 9:30 Saturday morning at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waller have converted their woodshed into a single car garage. Willard Peterson did the carpenter work.
Smorgasbord solicitors met at the Mollie Loomis home Thursday morning and again Monday afternoon to make last-minute reports on the smorgasbord preparations.
Richard Ransom was recently promoted to Lance Corporal at El Toro; Santa Ana, Calif. Ransom is the son of Mr. and Mr. Clyde Ransom. He enlisted in the Marine Corps following his graduation from Lincoln High School in 1964.
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