News: Northern Clark County (3 Feb 1966)


Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Anderson, Weisbrod, Amacher, Toraason, Klammer, Hewetson, Paulson, Hildebrandt, Barager, Seliskar, Reinertson, Vetterkind, Powers, Marking, Knaack, Dempsey, Rusch, Long, Olson, Singstock, Landen, Matson, Wink, Brickman, Orzechovski, Weidman, Lee, Winiarczyk, Boardman, Scheafer, DeMoss, Zasoba, Mertens


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) 2/3/1966


Northern Clark County (3 February 1966)


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson of Owen drove to New Richmond recently to visit at the Dr. Louis Weisbrod home. Mr. Richmond (Anderson) continued on to Minneapolis, Minn., for a checkup at the Veterans hospital.


Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Amacher of Owen have received word that their son, Dale, underwent major surgery in Holy Cross Hospital in Chicago, Ill.  He was expected to be in the hospital about 10 days.


Clifford Toraason has returned to Cincinnati, O., following a weekend visit in Owen at the home of his sister, Mrs. William Klammer.


The Rev. Richard Hewetson and Jerry Paulson of Owen attended the ordination of Arthur Hildebrandt at Nashotah House, near Milwaukee. Enroute home they stopped in Madison and were accompanied from there by Jim Barager, who spent the semester break at the home of his parents in Owen.


Mr. and Mrs. James Seliskar and children of Owen, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Reinertson and Mrs. Viola Vetterkind, were in Madison recently. They were accompanied home by Mr. Reinertson, who spent three weeks in University Hospital.


Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Powers have returned home of Prairie du Chien after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. John Marking, in Owen.


Mrs. Charles Knaack, Sr., of Withee was hostess to her 500 club recently.  Prizes were merited by Mrs. Harry Dempsey and Mrs. Ed Rusch.


Mrs. Sherman Long of Curtiss is spending several weeks in Manitowoc with her son, Sherman Long, Jr., and family, and with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Olson.


Mr. and Mrs. Herman Singstock, show spent two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Ruben Landen, and family in Madison, have returned to Curtiss.


The guest speaker Sunday at the Nazareth Lutheran Church in Withee was Dr. Theodore E. Matson, president of the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan Synod of Lutheran churches of America.


Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wink of Thorp entertained relatives recently in honor of the baptism of their infant daughter, Theresa Marie. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Brickman in St. Bernardís Catholic Church.  Sponsors were Miss Margie Orzechovski of Chicago and Albert Wink, Jr.


Donald D. Weidman, son of Ralph A. Weidman of rural Owen, has been promoted to sergeant, first class, while serving with the army in Giessen, Germany, where he has been since August, 1965. He attended Greenwood High school.  His wife, Kimi, is with him in Germany.


Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lee and son of St. Paul, Minn., were recent weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winiarczyk in Thorp.


Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Boardman of Withee presented their infant daughter, Cynthia Ann, for baptism recently in Nazareth Lutheran Church at Withee. Also baptized the same day was Katherine Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Scheafer.  Mrs. Eleanor DeMoss of Withee is the maternal grandmother of both little girls.


Mr. and Mrs. John Zasoba of Withee greeted many relatives recently in St. Johnís Lutheran Church parlors in Withee in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary.


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mertens and children of Madison were recent weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mertens, in Withee.




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