News: Owen (30 Jun 1966)
Surnames: Stephens, Candall, Van Zile, Barager, Ferries, Gardner, Woodbeck, Fricke, Wilson, Utteck, Schliefe, Luzinski, Donley, Glenzer, Cattanach, Lehnen, Heldt, Baumgard, Kowalk, Allen, Birk, Scharer, Koehner, Jarvis, Bush, Anderson, Benson, LePage, McMillan, Moore, Bruchert, Svenson, Rodda, Martens, Pyatt, Rasmussen, Weisbrod, Hewetson, Sorenson, Thompson, Wolfram, Wendland
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Jun 1966
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stephens left last weekend for their trailer home in McAllen, Texas, after enjoying a month's visit here. They returned earlier than usual because they have been invited by other trailer friends to visit in Guatemala City, Guatemala in Central America for a month, owners of a coffee plantation.
Mrs. Caroline Candall left a week ago for Milwaukee where she was met and continued to visit at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Zile at Sturgeon, Mich. She will be gone a few weeks.
Jim Barager left on Thursday for Menomonie, where he will remain for the next two and one-half weeks as boys counselor at the Episcopalian Church campy, Bundy Hall.
Sandy Ferries, Kay Gardner, Rollie and Terry Woodbeck are employed at Wis. Dells this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke returned home Saturday from Yellow Lake, vacationing and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Wilson and son returned home Saturday from a vacation of fishing at Red Cedar Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Utteck fished last week at Red Cedar Lake at the Newell Wilson cottage.
This past week Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schliefe had their grandson, Scott Luzinski of Milwaukee, visit them. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Luzinski and son Tommy of Milwaukee arrived for a vacation. Accompanying them from Hales Corners were Mrs. Hugh Donley and daughters, Mary and Diane who will visit at the Schliefe home. Mrs. Donley is Mr. Schiefe's sister.
Arriving today is Lt. Col. And Mrs. Hubert Glenzer, who will visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Cattanach and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Glenzer. Mrs. Glenzer came for her class reunion which is planned for July 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lehnen drove to Stevens Point Friday with their daughter, Barbara, and Stella Heldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heldt, to enroll them in Maria High for next year, with arrangements to live in the convent.
Mr. and Mrs. Baumgard drove to Turtle Lake Saturday and were accompanied by Andrea Lehnen, who will vacation a week at the Otto Kowalk cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen of Hyde Park, N.Y. arrived Tuesday to visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allen arrived home Sunday from their cottage near Phillips and will remain home for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Allen and family spent the weekend of the 18th in Red Wing, Minn. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Birk.
Mrs. Galen Scharer and daughter, Deborah, enjoyed a week's vacation in Monroe at the home of her mother, Mrs. Koehner, and with Doc's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scharer. On Saturday Dr. Scharer and son Galen went to Monroe, returning Sunday with the family.
Dr. and Mrs. G.R. Scharer and Dr. and Mrs. A.A. Jarvis spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bush in Wausau.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Benson at Bruce Sunday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Jerome LePage. Mrs. LePage and children had been there since Friday. Enroute home the Andersons stopped at Lake Holcombe and visited Mr. and Mrs. M.C. McMillan.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moore are moving in the home next to the Trading Post occupied by the Reniecks until their new home is built.
On Tuesday, June 21, congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruchert, who observed their 55th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Svenson celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary, Monday, June 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Svenson and daughter, Suzanne, returned home Saturday, after a week's vacation at Tiger Musky Resort, Hayward. On Monday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rodd, Mundelein, Ill., and Thursday had a visit from Mrs. Svenson's dad and his wife from Racine, who had been vacationing at Woodruff.
Mrs. Lyle Martens and children left Sunday for their home in Seymour, after spending the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pyatt. She came home to help care for her sister Kay and new baby.
Mrs. T.K. Rasmussen and daughter Kristi left Tuesday for their home in De Moines, Ia., after having been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson a week helping her mother house cleaning.
Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson drove to New Richmond, visiting at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod. Accompanying them home was Laurie Weisbrod. She remained last week and returned Sunday to Bundy Hall, Menomonie with Rev. Richard Hewetson, where she is attending church camp this week.
Mrs. Anna Sorenson enjoyed a two week vacation trip which took her, with her daughter, Mrs. John Thompson and her granddaughter, Krista, to Madison, Beloit, into Illinois and Ames, Ia. She returned home on June 21.
After graduating from the University of Denver on June 10, Dick Cattanach arrived for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cattanach. Leaving here on the 18th, he went to Dearborn, Mich., where he will be employed with Ford Motors for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolfram spent the weekend in Sheboygan where they were entertained in obaservance of their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their niece, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wendland, who were assisted by two other nieces, Mrs. Karl Wentland and Gene Smith. Several events took place where friends gathered to greet the honored couple.
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