News: Owen (29 Sep 1966)
Surnames: Probst, Gabriel, Perkins, Weddig, Phillips, Decker, Weller, Potocnik, Mildbrandt, Utteck, Will, Roberson, Burhop, Bruchert, Nelson, Gummerson, Hughes, Stair, Anderson, Weber, Weisbrod, Laird, Klabon, Simons, Conzemius, Bjornstad, Kafka, Hamon, Maki, Pribbernow, Wendt, Melbinger, Miller, Majka, Cattanach, Heuer, Thodes, Westendorf
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sep 1966
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Probst of Sand Lake stopped for a brief visit with mrs. Roy Gabriel and Mable Perkins Tuesday when they were enroute home from a weekend visit in Wausau with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Probst Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wedding and Dr. and Mrs. T. Alan Phillips left last Wednesday, flying to Europe for a two week vacation. The Weddigs will visit their daughter, Janis, and son-in-law who are stationed in Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Decker and daughters, Pam and Kathy, spent the weekend visiting relatives in Milwaukee.
Sunday, Lloyd Woller and son, Rhys, and Ed Potocnik of Owen and Ded Mildbrandt of Curtiss attended the Packer-Rams game at Green Bay.
Among the area fans known to be at the Packer-Rams game at Green Bay Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Utteck and son, Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Will and daughter, Ginger, and a friend of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roberson and sons, Jim and Bill, of Tomah, Allen Burhop, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bruchert and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nelson.
Mrs. John Gummerson returned home Tuesday from St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield after having been a medical patient there the past two weeks.
Mary Ellen Hughes began her work as reporter for the Wausau Record Herald Monday of this week. Since the middle of August, Mary Ellen has been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Hughes, relaxing after serving a year in the Peace Corps in South Africa. While there she taught English to the French speaking people in the high schoo, and returned home after a year on a medical discharge.
Death came to William Stair, father of Mrs. Henry Anderson, Monday morning about 1 a.m., after suffering frofm a lingering illness. He made his home with a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Weber. For the past week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson have been commuting to Stanley daily.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod and family spent Friday to Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and attended the 50th anniversary of the Marshfield Clinic. Special dinner were held for all former doctors who have served on the staff, at which Dr. Weisbrod was a former resident. On Friday night a cocktail party was held at the clinic, with a dinner at the Charles Hotel following, to which about 50 attended. On Saturday night a cocktail party and dinner was served at the Columbus High School, to which 750 attended. The Surgeon General frofm Washington was guests speaker, as well as Congressman Melvin Laird.
Many students returned for the past weekend homecoming activities. Those seen were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klabon of La Crosse, Pat Simons, Bill Conzemius, Bill Bjornstad, Duane Klabon, Judy Hanson, Betty Decker, Jim Pribbernow, Pete Maki, Randy Wendt, Lonny Melbinger, Don Miller, Jerry Majka, Susy Cattanach, Steve Heuer.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Will, daughter Ginger and Tom Thodes of Marshfield attended the Packer game at Green Bay Sunday.
Jane Westendorf, student at Lawrence College, Appleton, left this past weekend for school, where she is enrolled as a junior.
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