News: Neillsville (19 Jul 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Trunkel, Montgomery, Kissling, Yule, Lear, Lukas, Horn, Imig, Jake, Jischke, Beyer, Potter, Johnson, Schiller, McCammant, Klune, Quicker
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/19/1973
Neillsville (19 July 1973)
Mrs. Virginia Trunkel was hostess last Wednesday evening at a surprise bridal shower honoring Miss Charmain Montgomery, who will be married to Michael Kissling in August. The bride-elect received a variety of gifts, games were played, prizes awarded and a lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Yule of Waukesha and their daughter, Mrs. Phillip Lear of Tampa, Fl., are expected to visit at the home of Mrs. Yule’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lukas, Saturday before continuing on to Eau Claire to visit relatives there.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Horn of Silvis, Il., visited with Mrs. Arthur Imig last week.
Mrs. Martha Jake has returned home from a week’s vacation in New York. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mary Jischke, and her sister, Mrs. Bill Beyer, both of Oshkosh. They spent two days in Hopewell Junction visiting with Mrs. Nathan Potter, who is a sister to Mrs. Jake and Mrs. Beyer, and then went to Manhattan where they visited with Mrs. Jake’s daughter, Lucy, and her fiancé, William Johnson, at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Schiller and Randy of Pittsville visited with Pete McCammant and Mary Klune last Wednesday.
Neillsville Kiwanians and their wives had a steak fry Monday evening at the H. H. Quicker cottage on Lake Arbutus.
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