News: Butler (4 Oct 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Enockson, Reineke, Wavrunek, Haut, Brown, Conklin, Irish Daines, Markee, Burrington, Kuehl, Palmer, McIntyre, Reed, Morrison, Mayenschein, Bizjak, Taylor, Parent, Kile, Punke, Winterer, Kempfer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/4/1973
Butler (4 October 1973)
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Enockson and son of Palatine, Il., spent Sunday a t the Arthur Reineke home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wavrunek, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haut of Neillsville and Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and son of Augusta spent Saturday at the Collins home.
Mrs. Jack Conklin, Mrs. Edward Irish, Mrs. Chester Daines, Mr. and Mrs. Dias Markee and Mrs. Pirl Burrington visited Mrs. Hugo Kuehl at a Marshfield hospital last week.
The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Palmer made a business trip to Anoka, Mn Tuesday.
Mrs. Ralph McIntyre and daughters of Elk Mound visited at the Pirl Burrington home Friday.
George Reed of Hurley was an overnight guest at the Jack Conklin home Monday.
Mrs. George Morrison and Cathy of Eau Claire visited at the Arthur Morrison home Thursday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. Curt Mayenschein and Carol, Mrs. John Bizjak and Mrs. Arthur Reineke attended the funeral of Mrs. Ella Taylor Tuesday at Hillsboro.
Mr and Mrs. Dewayne Parent and Steven of Humbird were dinner guests at the Pirl Burrington home Sunday.
Recent visitors at the Hugo Kuehl home were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuehl of Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kile of Owen, John Punke of Stratford, Sylvia Winterer of Thorp, and Mrs. John Kile.
Mr. and Mrs. Pirl Burrington were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Palmer in Eau Claire in honor of the Burrington’s anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Daines of Onalaska and Brian Daines of Thorp were weekend guests at the Mrs. Chester Daines home.
Visitors at the John Kile home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Dias Markee of Redmond, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. David Kile of Thorp, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kile of Owen.
The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Palmer called the Kempfer home in Gilman Thursday.
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