News: Withee (28 Jul 1966)
Surnames: Jarvis, Mitchell, Klabon, Anderson, Schultz, Gehrke, Thierl, Rasmussen, Rose, Thompson, Knittel, Ruggles, Dickinson, Stone, Funk, Mertens, Richter, Christensen, Johnson, Devine, Pawlak, Leahy, Linjer, Jalling, Blunck, Frost, Badeion, Wendt, Jalling, Flaaten, Heuer, Engel
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 28 Jul 1966
Gayle Jarvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Jarvis attended the Lutheran Church camp at Crystal Falls on Fortune Lake at Iron River, Mich., returning home last Sunday. Mrs. Jarvis drove her daughter to camp on the 17th and remained in Iron River visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mitchell, until Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Klabon and son "Skip" Cpl. Art, returned home from Chicago Tuesday, July 19, where they visited for five days with relatives.
Cpl. Arthur Klabon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Klabon of Withee, left for his new base at Camp Lejeune, N.C. Monday, where he will be stationed for the next five to six month in the state. Marine Klabon returned home June 28 on furlough, after spending 13 months overseas on active duty in Vietnam with the second tak battalion. He has served in the Marine since June 14, 1964.
Sunday, July 10, Dale Anderson arrived home from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson and son Dale, and daughters, Darlene and Kathy, returned Friday from a vacation trip that stated July 11 and included visitations to northern Minnesota with relatives and friend, including her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Schultz.
Dale and Darlene Anderson attended the wedding of a friend at Rib Lake Saturday.
The families of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gehrke enjoyed a picnic at Mead Dam Sunday, and later in the afternoon they motored to Greenwood where they viewed the parade held in conjunction with the city's observance of their 75th anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. David Thierl and daughter Julie left Wednesday for their home in St. Louis, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rasmussen, and with his folks at Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruggles and family spent the weekend in Minneapolis at the home of former Withee residents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knittel.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rose, Brad and Connie of Waukesha spent three days last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dickinson received word that their brother-in-law, Ed Stone, passed away on July 21 at Lucerne, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Stone were former residents of this area and have many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. George Funk moved their household goods into the home of Mrs. Elva Mertens this past week.
Jim Richter, who has been hospitalized at Stanley, is recuperating at his home now.
Mrs. Donald Chrstensen and sons of Eau Claire are spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson and family spent three days last week at Baraboo, La Crosse and Prairie du Chein, and visited many places of interest.
Jim Devine and daughters, Mrs. Joe Pawlak of Thorp and Mrs. Lyle Johnson visited in Marshfield Sunday. They report Mrs. Devine is doing nicely.
On Thursday Mrs. A.W. Leahy and sons, Tony and Bill, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linjer in Manawa. Harland and Kirby Linger returned with them and all enjoyed a week outing near Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Jalling and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs. John Blunck were visitors in Eau Claire Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Frost enjoyed a visit from Mr. Frost's army buddy, Robert Badciong and friend of Waukesha, the past week and Tuesday they returned from Cable, where they enjoyed a fishing trip for a few days.
Mrs. Ed Wendt and daughter Roselyn of Appleton visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jalling Sunday.
Mrs. Jerome Flaaten of Burlington, Ia., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Funk for a week, returned to her home Saturday. Her sister, Mrs. Priscilla Heuer and children left with her for Chicago, where she will seek employment.
Sunday Miss Charlotte Engel returned to her employment in Green Bay after spending a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Engel.
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