News: Owen (18 Aug 1966)


Surnames: Stolp, Hendricks, Barager, Schoengarth, Jarchow, Kurhais, Allen, Knoll, Nelson, Smith, Ewert, Dempsey, Augustine, Goessling, Bacon, Bruchert, Dike, Wollum, Wolfram, Erickson, Bjorklund, Gay, Laube, Quelle, Johnson, Wilson, Bangle, Mauel, Sturm, Lehnen, Gummerson, Shreve, Koenig, Fricke, Borgemoen, Potocnik, Cattanach, Kraut, Schultz, Moore, Mathewson, Miller, Bulgrin, Pyle, Claybaugh, Hoeper, Feldman, Smrstick, Fritz, Hilts, Zalabsky, Rowe

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 18 Aug 1966

Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stolp were joined by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stolp and two sons of Stratford, and motored to the Stolp cabin at Fifield. Saturday night they were joined by Mrs. Donald Stolp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendricks of Withee, and on Sunday the entire group enjoyed the day fishing lake trout on Lake Superior out of Black River harbor, near Ironwood, Mich.

Over the weekend the J.R. Barager family enjoyed the visit paid them by Judge and Mrs. Lowell Schoengarth and family at the Barager cottage on Round Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jarchow had a pleasant weekend visiting at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kurhais at their home in Wheeling, Ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allen and Mrs. Edward Knoll of Stratford returned home Tuesday from Denver, Colo., where they enjoyed a week visiting at the Allen's daughter, Barbara's home, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and family.

Tom Allen drove his wife and boys, Sam and Todd, to Red Wing, Minn., where they will visit at the home of her parents.

The past weekend was spent at the Allen cottage at Phillips by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Smith Jr. and family.

Friday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ewert and children returned to their home, terminating a pleasant week vacation trip, which took them through the scenic spots of South Dakota, and included visitations with friends in Iowa and Denver, Colo.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dempsey left Saturday afternoon, driving to a resort area southeast of Stoughton, where they were guests of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dempsey, until Tuesday.

Sister M. Augustine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen, returned to Stevens Point following the month of July being spent at Wakefield, Mich., where she worked at the Devine Infant Hospital, that following a five day visit at her parent's home. On the 1st of August Sister Mary returned to Stevens Pint for retreat and second year vows, and will be there until the end of August.

Rev. Goessling and family returned to Owen last Wednesday following a month of vacation, the last ten days camping at Fish Creek in Door peninsula.

Mr. and Mrs. Royal Bacon of Monroe visited over the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bruchert and Mrs. Chris Bacon, and attended the 36th anniversary of their class at the Meadowview on Saturday night.

Mrs. B.H. Dike, Bradenton, Fla., spent a few days last week visiting in the city with friends and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wollum. Before arriving here she had been visiting the past month at Baraboo with her daughter, Bernice, and from here she is flying to California to visit Betty and her family.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfram visited at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Erickson at Stoughton and at the home of Arthur's brother in Ft. Atkinson last week, returning home Friday evening.

Jean Barager was met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Barager, Thursday evening at Minocqua and then accompanied them to their cottage, where she enjoyed a visit that evening and Friday, returning to her employment at Minocqua Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bjorklund and family of Homewood, Ill. were supper guests at the Arthur Wolfram home a week ago Monday evening. They were enroute home from a vacation trip enjoyed in northern Minnesota and also visitations with relatives in Minneapolis and at the Roger Wolfram home in Eau Claire.

The Ernest Gay family was accompanied by Terry Laube on a weekend camping trip enjoyed on Soo Lake at Phillips.

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quelle and daughters, Pammy and Melanie of Franklin Park, Ill., arrive at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Johnson, and are visiting here for a week. Also they will visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Dora Quelle in Withee.

Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wilson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bangle returned home Saturday from a trip which took them to Grand Forks, N.D., where the Bangles visited their son, Jimmy, who is stationed in the air force. Enroute they camped and went sightseeing.

Guests at the H.B. Mauel home Monday were Mr. and Mrs. John Sutrm of Milwaukee.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lehnen and family returned home from Milwaukee yesterday, after visiting since Friday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lehnen.

Jim Gummerson transacted business in the cities on Tuesday and was accompanied by his two daughter, Judy and Mary, and Kitty Shreve.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mauel Jr. and family drove to West Bend over the weekend, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Koenig. Susan and Kristie Koenig, who had been visiting their grandparents here, Mr. and Mrs. Mauel Sr., returned to their home with them.

A week agao Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke and Mr. and Mrs. Borgemoen drove to Delta, visiting their deer hunting area and then to Hayward where they visited Mrs. Burt Potocnik.

Mr. and Mrs. James Cattanach of Menomonee, Mich. Visited over the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. L.W. Cattanach, and attended the Kraut-Schultz wedding in Curtiss on Saturday.

Mrs. Frank Moore and children arrived here Monday to spend the week and the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mathewson, while her husband is attending a driver training course at Madison. Also attending the course is Thomas Miller of the O.W. High School.

Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Bulgrin and son Tim visited last weekend at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pyle, at Muskegon, Mich.

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Claybaugh visited briefly in the city Monday enroute to their cottage in the Perkinstown area.

Bill Hoper was dismissed from Victory Memorial Hospital at Stanley where he was treated three days for an attack of asthma.

The Arthur Feldman family moved their household effects into the home owned by LeRoy Smrstick in the first ward of the city Tuesday afternoon. The Smrstick family has moved to North Dakota, where he has accepted a promotion with the Soo Line railway.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fritz of Milwaukee are vacation this week at the Fritz cottage on Lake Holcombe over the weekend. Her mother, Mrs. Harry Hilts, visited them, returning home Sunday.

Frank Zalabsky underwent surgery on his left leg a week ago and will be in a cast for two to three weeks more, confined at St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield in room 307. Mrs. Zalabsky drove to Marshfield Sunday, visiting for the day.

Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Rowe and family left last week for Kenilworth, where they picked up their daughter, Nancy, who has been employed in an office during the summer. They continued on a vacation trip of eight to ten days, which will take them to the Black Hills.



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