News: Merrillan (20 Apr 1967)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Neumann, Stolp, Gatzke, Demaski, Knutson, Nash, Stanway, Hagen, Anderson, Anger, Linder, Iffland, Olson, Beede, Thompson, Griffis, Gearing, Persson, McCorison, Rucker
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/20/1967
Merrillan (20 April 1967)
Laura Neumann of Madison spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neumann.
Weekend guests at the Dorothy Stolp home were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stolp of Genoa City and Mrs. Gloria Gatzke of Milwaukee. Mrs. Gatzke will remain for a longer visit.
Mrs. Harry Demaski and Linda drove to Minneapolis Saturday, where they were met by Harry, who had just returned from Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Knutson and Kent of Tomah were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Walter Nash.
Mrs. William Stanway of Ironton, Minn., is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Hagen.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hagen of Altoona were recent visitors at the Harley Anderson and Nellie Hagen homes.
John Anger entered the Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire Sunday, where he will undergo extensive examination. Mrs. Anger accompanied him and is visiting at the home of their son, Kenny, in Eau Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linder attended the funeral of Harry Iffland of Humbird, which was held Saturday afternoon at the Jensen Funeral Home in Hixton.
Weekend guests at the Mildred Olson home were her son, Rollie, and his sons, Randy and Mr. and Mrs. Joey Olson, all of Chicago.
Elgie Beede of Milwaukee spent the weekend in Merrillan visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Robert Linder visited at the Art and Louis Olson home in Garden Valley on Wednesday and assisted with their spring house cleaning.
The fourth quarterly conference of he Merrillan and Alma Center churches was held April 12 in the Alma Center church. The Rev. Herbert Thompson of La Crosse conducted the session.
Mmes. Gertrude Griffis, Ruth Gearing and Madeline Persson have returned home from their winter vacations in the south. They all enjoyed their trips but report they are happy to be home.
Mrs. Freda McCorison spent Sunday in La Crosse visiting at the Harvey Rucker home.
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