News: Chili (9 Aug 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Jones, Schlinsog, Bartsch, Cole, Sharratt, Sullivan, Berg, Montag, Dix, Schilling, Jennings, Booth, Beil, Braatz, Foote, Baumgartner, Stringer, Ott,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/09/1973
Chili (9 August 1973)
Mrs. Violet Jones of Oshkosh arrived Monday afternoon to spend several days with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schlinsog. Sunday afternoon, the Schlinsogs accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bartsch to Stratford where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cole.
Barbara Sharratt left Tuesday for Chicago, Il., to visit her aunt, Val Sullivan. From there, she will go to Las Vegas, Nv., to see her brother, Eugene, and then travel on to Los Angeles, Ca., to visit an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Berg. Later, Barbara will join her father, Roland Sharratt, in Yellowstone National Park. The Sharratts will return home by way of Mt. Rushmore and the South Dakota Bad Lands.
Mrs. Elgene Montag returned home Thursday from St. Joseph’s Hospital where she underwent surgery.
The U.C.G.O. group met for its July meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dix. Lesson leaders were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schilling; their topic was ‘What is True Repentance?’ During the short business meeting, plans were made for a picnic August 26, at the Granton Park. The group’s next meeting is scheduled for August 23 at the Howard Jennings home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Booth, together with their daughter, Gayle, of Madison and their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Booth and children of Marshfield, attended a Booth family reunion Sunday at the Wautoma Park. About 90 family members were present for the annual gathering.
Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Laura Beil and Arwin were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Braatz of Eau Claire and three grandchildren and Mrs. Selma Foote of Memorial Home. Mrs. Braatz is Mrs. Beil’s niece.
Ronald Schlinsog and daughter of Milton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schlinsog Thursday. On Friday, the Schlinsogs picnicked at Hatfield with Mr. and Mrs. William Baumgartner and daughter of Scottsdale, Az.
Mrs. Charles Stringer returned home Monday from a week’s visit in Milwaukee with her son and his family, the Barton Stringers. While in the area, she also visited with another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stringer , in Brookfield. Mrs. Stringer spent five days with her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Ott, at the Ott cottage at Winneconne.
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