News: Owen (24 Jun 1965)
Surnames: Schubert, Melin, Zielinski, Warns, Mathewson, Jeske, Hazelton, Alme, Wilson, Utteck, Kitz, Bangle, Blazer, Englebretson, Lehnen, Kowalk, Conzemius, Shrive, Hoeper, Telin, Haas, Lambourn, Bartholomew, Riber, Rand, Bergstrom, Jarchow
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 24 Jun 1965
Lillian Schubert returned home on Wednesday of last week from a three week confinement at St. Joseph’s Hospital at Marshfield following surgery.
Attending the summer session at WSU at Eau Claire are Mrs. Owen Melin, Mrs. Joseph Zielinski, Mrs. Bill Warns driving back and forth daily with Mrs. Kenneth Mathewson.
Jeffrey Mathewson arrived in Anchorage, Alaska, where he will stay for the summer to seek summer employment. Jeff made the trip with four boys from Chippewa Falls, who were driving two house trailers to Anchorage for delivery. They made the trip in six days, driving 4,000 miles.
Attending summer session at WSU at Stevens Point this summer is Mr. William Jeske of the O-W faculty. He is home over each weekend.
Richard Hazelton began his studies at the University of Wisconsin and Madison for the summer session course Monday of this week. His wife and family have gone to Eau Claire, where they will visit her parents while he is at school.
Mrs. Hazelton, who is a member of the summer stock theatre group, has been commuting for the past week in Eau Claire.
Brian Alme, former Owen math teacher, is attending the University of Wisconsin at Madison this summer.
Thursday of last week the summer band students, under the direction of Mrs. Richard Hazelton, presented a concert downtown Owen. Only two concerts were held this season, as Mrs. Hazelton is attending summer school for the next six weeks. Band lessons will be continued in August.
A two day fishing trip was enjoyed Wednesday and Thursday of last week by several fathers and their sons on Red Cedar Lake. Enjoying the outing were Newell Wilson and son, George, Herb Utteck and son, Jim, Clarence Kitz and son, Phillip, and Alvin Bangle.
A pleasant drive was enjoyed one day last week to Park Falls by Melvin Jarchow, Howard Blazer and “Shingles” Englebretson.
A week ago Tuesday Donna, Mary, Barbara and Andrea Lehnen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lehnen, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kowalk to their cottage on Tuttle Lake for a visit and outing. Saturday their parents made the trip there to spend the day with them and were accompanied by Bobby Conzemius, Kitty Shreve, and Agnes Lehnen. When they returned home that evening they were accompanied by one of their daughters, Andrea.
Early Thursday morning of last week Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoeper, Mrs. Claude Hoper and Fred Hoeper returned home from Hinsdale, Ill., where they attended funeral services Wednesday for Mrs. Charles Hoeper.
Friends of Mrs. Mary Telin will be happy to read that she returned to her home in Owen a week ago, after being confined to Victory Memorial Hospital at Stanley, where she underwent major surgery and medical treatment for a three week period.
T.J. Haas is visiting with his wife, a resident at the Havenet Nursing Home., this week coming here from Hopkins, Minn., where she has been with relatives. Next week he intends to go to Iowa for a visit at the home of his son, Charles, and family.
A week ago this evening Dr. and Edwin Hoeper and children of Evanston, Ill., and his father-in-law, George Lambourn of Loften, Ill., arrived here and will spend a week to 10 days vacationing at the Wm. Hoeper cottage on Lake Catherine, which is located in the Perkinstown area.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bartholomew returned to the city late Monday evening from Grand Forks, N.D., where they had spent the weekend with relatives and friends.
Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riber and son Tom returned home from Milwaukee, where they enjoyed the weekend visiting with his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rand, as well as other relatives and friends in that vicinity.
Monday forenoon Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bergstrom left the city, joining the airstream caravan on their two week national outing, which is being held at Laramie, Wyo. this year.
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