News: Withee (26 Aug 1965)


Surnames: Linn, Brown, Rowan, Schultz, Fritsch, Scherf, Patrick, Miller, Wenzel, Vogler, Potocnik, Knudsen, Sorenson, Hawks, Doroghazi, Petras, Herrington, Francis, Dahl, Samuelson, Shorey, Jensen, Dawson, Auberg, Moen, Strickland, Hatfield, Smasel, Paulsen, Blunck, Hull, Bundgaard, Engel, Haemer, Randow, Baum, McMiller, Predhoel, Albert, Mertens, Wollitz, Segerstrom, Haire, Snider, Thorson, Dickensen, Stone, Poppe, Moiland, Munson, Cherriee, Boylan, Jensen

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 08/26/1965

We are very sorry, but the following was omitted from the Fritsch-Johnson wedding write up. If possible to make a correction in any way, please do so:
William Linn, West Allis, was ben man and Millard Brown, Hales Corners, the groomsman. Ushers were Robert Rowan and Roger Schultz of West Allis.
Myron J. Fritsch, Withee

Miss Natalie Scherf, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patrick, Mrs. Bertel Miller and daughter, Jane, enjoyed a few days touring northern Minnesota and Canora, Canada. They returned home Saturday.

Mrs. Phyllis Wenzel and family attended the wedding of her niece at Marshfield Saturday. Sandy Wenzel was one of the attendants.

Mrs. Mable Vogler, Mrs. John Potocnik, Mrs. Beryl Knudsen and Mrs. Fred Sorenson attended the Lutheran Church women’s’ district retreat at Lake Forest Spring at Westboro on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hawks enjoyed a visit from their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Doroghazi of Madison last week. They all enjoyed a trip to Jackson Lake and many other places of interest. They returned to their home at Madison Sunday.

Miss Cathy Petras of Tony visited Dianne Herrington at her home last week. On Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Petras visited the Herrington home and Kathy returned with them.

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Herrington attended the funeral of Mrs. Hugh Francis at Chippewa Falls Monday afternoon.

Miss Carol Dahl of St. Paul, Miss Alva Samuelson of Kenosha and Mrs. Neil Shorey of Stanley were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Jensen Monday.

Last week Mr. and Mrs. Karl Jensen enjoyed a visit from a friend, Mrs. Sylvia Dawson and granddaughter from La Planta, Argentina, South America.

Supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Auberg Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moen and family, Mrs. Cecil Strickland and Mrs. George Hatfield and family of Hollister, Calif., who left for their homes Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moen and two daughters, Mrs. Cecil Strickland and Mrs. George Hatfield and two children of Hollister, Calif. Arrived Tuesday to visit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smasel and other relatives and friends. They are children of the former Mr. and Mrs. Ole Moen who were former residents of Withee. This is their first visit here in 18 years.

Richard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smasel, returned home from St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minn. Sunday, where he was receiving treatments from an accident while he was on vacation in Washington. He was accompanied home by his grandmother, Mrs. Arthur Smasel.

The Moen family reunion was held at Chapman Park at Stanley Sunday. Relatives came from Hollister, Calif.; Ely, Minn., Stanley, Marshfield, Thorp, Eau Claire, Abbotsford, Owen, Withee, Delafield and Isabella, Minn.

Over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Tony Auberg, Eau Claire visited the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Auberg and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Paulsen and other relatives and friends over the weekend.

Mrs. John Blunck visited Mrs. Orpha Hull at Thorp Wednesday evening.

Mrs. Anna Bundgaard and grandchildren visited the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bundgaard at Auburndale Sunday.

Miss Carol Engel and Miss Susan Haemer left for Green Bay Friday to visit Miss Charlotte Engel and Miss Caroline Randow and seek employment.

Miss Ruth Baum, who has been employed in Chicago for the summer, returned home Saturday.

Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McMiller visited the home of her sister in Ironwood, Mich. And also visited a sister who is vacationing there from Little Rock, Ark. And on the way home they visited Rev. and Mrs. Predhoel at Glidden.

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Albert were visitors in Chippewa Falls Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mertens and family and Mrs. Alva Mertens celebrated Virginia Merten’s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mertens, 13th birthday Sunday at Stanley.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Paulsen spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis, the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wollitz and family.

David Segerstrom and daughters of Hustler returned home Thursday, after spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Segerstrom.

Mrs. Herbert Haire, accompanied by her sisters, Mrs. Roland Haire, Mrs. Ella Snider and Miss Bes Thorson, attended the funeral of a relatives at Winchester Tuesday, Aug. 17th.

Levi Dickensen and his sister and brother-in-law and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stone of California, returned home Monday, after spending several days in Milwaukee.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Poppe and family of Stoddard spent the weekend at the home of their mothers, Mrs. Mable Moiland and Mrs. Viv Poppe in Owen.

Several little friends attended a birthday party for Sandra Knudsen at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Beryl Knudsen, Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Herrington transacted business in Larsen, Wis. Friday and Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Munson and the Ray Munson family attended the Cherries-La Bonne family reunion in Prairie du Chien over the weekend. Guests of honor was Brother Arthur Cherriec, S.M. of Brazzaville Republique du Congo, Africa, who is on home leave after a four year teaching assignment at the French high school in Brazzaville. On Sunday afternoon the out of town guests took a ride down the Mississippi River on the paddle wheeler, the Prairie Gal, Sunday evening. Brother Arthur treated relatives to a showing of beautiful colored slides of views of the school where he teaches, scenes of Brazzaville and of African life. He will eave on Thursday for a visit to New York, then on to a tour of Europe, and back to his teaching duties in Brazzaville.

Jimmie Boylan, who accepted a teaching position at the upper elementary school at Gilman, has resumed his duty Monday, Aug. 23.

Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boylan of Stevens Point spent the weekend at the home of their brother, James Boylan and family.



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