News: Butler (22 Feb 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Mayenschein, Andruszkiewicz, Vechiola, Butler, Possley, McMahon, Bizjak, Reineke, Kile, Schlinsog, Morrison, Kuehl Gottl, Jung, Ohmdahl, Guibord, McIntyre, Palmer, Burrington, Collins
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 2/22/1973
Butler (22 February 1973)
Sunday visitors at the Curt Mayenschein home were: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mayenschein and family of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Andruskiewicz and family of Thorp, Mr. and Mrs. David Mayenschein and family of Milwaukee, and Mary Lynn Mayenschein of Milwaukee.
On Tuesday Mrs. Doris Vechiola of Chicago (formerly Doris Butler) drove to Eau Claire to attend the funeral of her aunt. She was accompanied by Mrs. Roman Possley (formerly Ida McMahon). Mrs. Vechiola spent Wednesday night at the Curt Mayenschein home. Mrs. John Bizjak and Mrs. Arthur Reineke called in the evening to visit with her. Mrs. Possley stayed with her aunt, Mrs. John Kile. They returned home on Thursday.
Mike and Jill Schlinsog of Marshfield spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison. On Monday Mrs. Morrison took them home.
The Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Hugo Kuehl last week Thursday. Mrs. Thelma Gottl of Chippewa Falls, niece of Mrs. Kuehl was the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuehl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kuehl and family and Mrs. Harold Jung of Marshfield visited there in the afternoon.
We are sad to report that Mrs. Ingvald Ohmdahl who formerly lived in this neighborhood is very ill in the Chippewa Falls Hospital. She has been ill for a long time but lately her condition has worsened.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Guibord and son of Chippewa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McIntyre and daughters of Elk Mound were weekend visitors at the Palmer and Burrington homes.
A large crowd of relatives and friends gathered February 9 at the home of Mrs. Georgia Collins in honor of her 81st birthday. A bountiful potluck dinner was served and she was the recipient of many gifts and a purse of money. Everyone was happy to see Mrs. Collins so well after her long siege of sickness.
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