News: Washburn (13 Sep 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Stevens, Mazourek, Gorbet, Trachte, Kissling, Melvin, Schultz, Reinart, Lepke, Hubing, Matousek, Short, Odell, Lincoln, Elmendorf, Sexton, Herrmann, Ehlert, Romfoe, Stewart, Kapfer, Boshneuiscl, Feutz, Williams, Vandeberg, Spiegel, Kyle, Pretsch, Cary, Poler, Sherwood, Wilding, Mortenson
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/13/1973
Washburn (13 September 1973)
Mrs. Irving Stevens of 116 E. Division St. Neillsville, will entertain the Cannonville Ladies Aid Wednesday, September 19, with a dinner served at noon.
Mrs. Adolph Mazourek will entertain the Washburn Homemakers club Wednesday, September 26, instead of September 12, the regular date; due to the project meeting being held in Neillsville September 13. Mrs. George Gorbet and Mrs. Walter Trachte will present the project, ‘Is your food safe?’ Dinner will be served at noon. This will be the first meeting since May.
Vickie Kissling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kissling went to Winona, Mn, on Tuesday where she will attend college. Her mother went to Winona after her Thursday evening and she spent the weekend at home and Saturday attended the wedding of Michael Melvin in Eau Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schultz of Waterford, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Reinart. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz and her brother, Lawrence Reinart, spent from Thursday until Tuesday with her brother, Martin Reinart, and visited her brother, Clarence Reinart, wife and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lepke, and his father, Paul Schultz, and her mother, Mrs. Henry Hubing at Memorial Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Matousek of Lewisville, Tx., and her mother, Mrs. Frank Short, called on Mrs. Irving Stevens and Mrs. Art Odell Thursday afternoon and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Short in horror of his mother’s 88th birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lincoln of Harvard, Il., were recent guests of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lincoln, His brother, Francis, returned home with them for a visit of several weeks.
Mrs. Harold Elmendorf and granddaughter, Carrie Sexton, spent a weekend at Gilman visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Herrmann, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ehlert, and mother, Mrs. Magnus Romfoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Stewart of Verona spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Short. They took them to Black River Falls Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kapfer and family of Rockford, Il., Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Kapfer and son, Chris, Wisconsin Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Kapfer of Stoughton spent a weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kapfer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kapfer were Sunday visitors at the Lee Kapfer home, also.
John Boshneuiscl of Chicago is spending three weeks’ vacation with Mrs. Chris Feutz and son and is shingling the barn and doing other repair work. He purchased the Feutz farm a few years ago. His son, Peter, also of Chicago, spent a weekend here with him and assisted with shingling the barn. Mr. Boshneuiscl spent last weekend in Ladysmith attending the wedding of a relative.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Williams and sons and Mrs. Art Williams spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Vandeberg and sons at their cottage in Hatfield.
Bruce Spiegel, Jr., who attends college at Wausau spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spiegel.
Mrs. Claude Kyle spent Wednesday at the Ralph Short home.
Mrs. Wanda Pretsch and son, Earl, are having a new garage built this week.
Mr and Mrs. Lyle Cary of Sherwood were recent callers at the Albert Lincoln and Mrs. Art Odell homes.
Mrs. Elmer Kapfer attended the Ladies Aid meeting at the United Methodist Church in Granton Thursday.
Mr and Mrs. Lynn Feutz of Wisconsin Rapids were Saturday dinner and supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Chris Feutz.
Mrs. Art Odell was a recent dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lincoln. Jean Lorraine and Norma Lincoln of Minneapolis spent a weekend with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Williams entertained friends from Elkhorn Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Poler and son, Clay and a friend of West Bend, spent a weekend with his brothers-n-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Williams and Mr. and Mrs. George Sherwood, and with his mother, Mrs. William Poler at Memorial Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Short called on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilding, Mrs. Frank Short, Paul Schultz and Ragnar (Swede) Mortenson Thursday at Memorial Home. They also called on Mrs. Irving Stevens and Mrs. Harold Elmendorf.
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