News: Washburn (4 Oct 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Schultz, Reinart, Kuhn, Hopfer, Kissling, Brekke, Melvin, Pretsch, King, Dux, Lincoln, Barth, Bowen, Odell, Condron, Havlicek, Kapfer, Krause, Short, Meddaugh, Meier, Plummer, Beyer, Smock, Urban, Stevens, Bishnewisch, Feutz, Tepper, Thomas, Schram
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/04/1973
Washburn (4 October 1973)
Ted Schultz and sons, Richard, Alfred, Greg and Paul, of Wind Lake and Franksville, near Milwaukee, moved a trailer home to the John Reinart property near the Dale Reinart trailer home Satruday and will use it to stay in for hunting and snowmobiling this fall and winter.
Wendell Kuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kuhn, arrived home Tuesday from Germany, where he had been stationed for two years. He flew Sunday from Germany to Ft. Dix, N.J., where he received his discharge. He wasn’t expected home before Saturday. His mother and brother, Kenneth, drove to Milwaukee Tuesday after his motorcycle at Billy Mitchel Field, which he had shipped from Germany. After Mrs. Kuhn and son had left for Milwaukee, Bernard received a call saying that Wendell was at O’Hara Field in Chicago; there he got a plane to Milwaukee, so Bernard called his daughter, Mrs. Robert Hopfer, in Milwaukee, so they picked up Wendell as well as the motorcycle. It was sort of a surprise all around.
Mrs. Harry Kissling is having a lot of remodeling done in her home.
Mr and Mrs. Tom Brekke and daughters, Lois and Sally, and sons, Jim and Paul, of Eau Claire, spent the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melvin, and helped Mr. Melvin celebrate his birthday Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pretsch of Stratford visited his mother, Mrs. Wanda Pretsch, and Saturday they and Mrs. Wanda Pretsch and son, Earl, attended the King-Dux wedding reception Saturday in Neillsville.
Mrs. Paul Kuhn has been a patient at Memorial Hospital since Friday.
Bible Study was held at the Albert Lincoln home Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barth of Nekoosa, and Howard Bowen of Wisconsin Rapids, called Saturday at the Mrs. Art Odell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Condron and sons spent from Thursday until Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havlicek, Sr. They were returning from a two-week trip to Yellowstone Park.
Jack Kapfer and a couple friends, all of Janesville, spent the weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kapfer and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kissling.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause and daughters called Sunday at the Ralph Short home.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuhn, Jr., and daughter of Wisconsin Rapids spent a day with his parents, Mr. and mrs. Ernest Kuhn.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kapfer and Mrs. Neil Meddaugh attended a senior citizens meeting in Neillsville last week.
Mrs. Michael Melvin called last Thursday at the Ralph Short home.
Ernest Kuhn drove to Waunakee on business on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Meier spent Saturday evening at the Kenneth Krause home.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Plummer and George Bauer called Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Art Odell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reinart called last week at the Ralph Short and John Reinart homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melvin visited Mrs. Harry Kissling Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havlicek, Sr., drove to Black River Falls Wednesday, where they visited Mrs. Nettie Smock at the nursing home.
Brenda Urban spent Friday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Irving Stevens. She attended the Neillsville-Thorp ballgame at Thorp also.
John Boshnewisch of Chicago returned home Monday after spending three weeks at the Mrs. Chris Feutz home. He owns the Feutz farm and did a lot of repair work, including putting a new roof on the barn.
Mrs. Ernest Kuhn and Rich visited in Wisconsin Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Reinart and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Short visited in Marshfield Tuesday, where Mr. Short had his six-month check up at the clinic. They heard that Nick Tepper, husband of the former Mrs. M. C. Thomas, is very ill at the hospital there.
Rev. Ralph Schram of Alma Center called Thursday at the Mrs. Christ Feutz home.
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