News: Withee (29 Sep 1966)
Surnames: Svenson, Bosart, Jens, Jackson, Linjer, Blunck, Deidrick, Wenzel, Paulsen, Auberg, Wollitz, Engel, Funk, Klabon, Poppe, Christensen, Sorensen, Heideman, Herington, Leini, Miller, Kafka, Hansen, Parkinson, Jalling, Ramberg, Olsen, Segerstrom, Zasoba, Nielsen, Potocnik, Frese
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sep 1966
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Svenson, accompanied by Mrs. Nellie Svenson and Mrs. Jake Bosart, who is visiting here from Fargo, N.D., spent Sunday visiting at the Arno Jens home in Menomonie. On the way home they stopped to see their daughter, Suzanne, who is a sophomore at Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire.
Mrs. Adelle Jackson returned home Friday after spending a week at the home of her brother at Biwiki, Minn., and her sister at Ray, Minn.
Mrs. Edgar Linjer Jr. of Manawa spent Wednesday and Thursday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linjer Sr. and other relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blunck spent Tuesday visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Deidrick at Sparta.
Kathy and Clarence Jackson of Stratford were weekend guests at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Adelle Jackson.
Miss Sandra Wenzel, who attended the university at La Crosse, spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Phyllis Wenzel.
Mrs. Martin Paulsen and Mrs. Bernard Auberg went to Eau Claire Thursday, where they met Mrs. Russell Wollitz and son Kerry of Minneapolis, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Paulsen, and other relatives and friends, until Saturday, when she accompanied her parents to Minneapolis, where they visited the Wollitz home until Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Auberg of Eau Claire visited Sunday at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Auberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Engel and daughters, Charlotte and Carol of Green Bay, visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Engel in Madison Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Funk stayed at the Engel home in their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klabon and daughter of La Crosse spent the weekend at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Poppe and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Klabon.
The Friendly homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Harold Christensen Monday evening, with Mrs. Frances Sorensen as co-hostess.
Miss Sharon Heideman and Miss Dianne Herington, stuedents at Eau Claire State University, spent the weekend at the home of their praents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heideman and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Herington.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leini of Tofte, Minn. are visiting the homes of her mother, Mrs. Tom Miller, and other relatives until Friday.
Pat Kafka, a freshman at State University, Stevens Point, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kafka.
Trancy Hasen of Milwaukee spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. Hansen.
Mrs. Bertel Miller, Miss Natalie Scherf and Mrs. Emeline Parkinson visited over the weekend in Kenosha County. Mrs. Parkinson continued on to Chicago for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller visited friends at Hayward and enjoyed the beauty of the north woods Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ramberg returned to their home at River Falls Monday after visiting the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olsen, over the weekend.
Miss Donna Herington, who teaches at Waukesha, spent the weekend at the Mrs. Harley Herington home.
Roy Segerstrom visited and also transacted business in River Falls Wednesday and Thursday.
Peter Zasoba returned home Wednesday from Victory Hospital, where he had been confined after suffering a stroke several weeks ago.
Mrs. Victor Nielsen and daughter, Sally, of Phillips, spent Saturday and Sunday at the A.R. Martin and Peter Zasoba homes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Potocnik went to Balsam Lake Saturday to spend the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Paulsen.
Mrs. Ted Kafka entertained eight little boys to circus party in the honor of her son, Bobby's 10th birthday, Monday, September 26. the group took pictures and played games, after which a delicious lunch and birthday cake were served.
Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kafka over the weekend were Miss Margaret Muller, Green Bay, Miss Gertrude Kafka and Victoria Kafka, Antog, and Mrs. Genevieve Jensen of Enumclaw, Washington.
Harry Frese of Dubuque, Iowa, and formerly of Withee, is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital at Madison, where he was admitted August 20 in a critical condition. Relatives are happy to report that his recuperation is showing a steady improvement.
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