News: Owen (27 Oct 1966)
Surnames: LePage, Zalabsky, Hamilton, Kallio, Hansen, Carlson, Petke, Becher, Wolfram, Myhre, Lyndahl, Melbinger, Bergstrom, Wendt, Riber, Woodbeck, Miller, Peterson, Sullivan, Schliefe, Reinertson, Nevala, Pedersen, Engelhart, Queger, Rusch, Jensen, Wenzel, Wood, Meade, Thorne, Gee
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Oct 1966
Nick LePage spent the weekend in Milwaukee and Sunday met his wife at O'Hare Field, Chicago, when she returned from San Francisco after spending a vacation with her daughter, Sharon and family, and also her sister at Lake Port, California.
Mrs. Zalabsky drove to Marshfield St. Joseph's Hospital Friday, bringing Frank Sr. home. His condition is much improved and he will be home for four weeks now. He is able to get around on crutches and even has been going up and down 14 stairs in his home. Friends are welcome to stop in at any time. Mrs. Zalabsky is home for two weeks recuperating from an injured finger.
Mrs. Jeanne Hamilton and members of her play cast attended the play at Kjer theatre at the Wisconsin State University Wednesday night of last week. Others attending were Jane Miller, John Kallio, Charlene Hansen, Marlene Carlson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Petke of Minneapolis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Becher Sr. at their cottage on Lake Holcombe.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfram took a drive last week Wednesday to Turtle Lake, Clear Lake and Amery, visiting rleatives and friends. They returned home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfram and Mrs. Mable Myhre of Stanley visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Myhre in rural Stanley.
Those attending the wedding of Phillip Lyndahl and his bride, a girl from Germany, held in Chippewa Falls Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Celand Melbinger, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bergstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wendt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riber, Mr. and Mrs. Orland Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Miler, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bergstrom visited the past two weekends at the Celand Melbinger home and attended the Woodbeck – Peterson wedding on the 15th and the Lyndahl wedding on the 22nd.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sullivan of Sheffield, Iowa, visited at the Celand Melbinger home over the weekend and attended the Woodbeck – Peterson wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schliefe and son drove to Madison Saturday night to spend Parents' weekend with their son, John, a senior student at the university.
Mrs. Mary Reinertson, Pat, and Mrs. T.J. Nevala visited in Stanbough, Michigan over Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Reinertson's sister, Mrs. Signa Litban.
Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Hilda Pederson were Miss Edna Gee and Louis Engelhart of West Allis, and Mrs. Sig Queger of Milwaukee, Mrs. Louis Rusch of Chippewa Falls and Sven Jensen of Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Wenzel, Owen, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace wood, Withee, returned home after a two week trip through Canada and the eastern states. They visited Eugene Wenzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Wenzel at Ft. George Meade, Maryland. They also took a tour of several historical sites and national capitol buildings at Washington, D.C.
We received a note this week from the Wilbur Thorne family, who moved this past year from here to Wickenburg, Arizona. They have now bought a mobile home and are living at Desert Canyon Trails Ranch and enjoying the Arizona sunshine. They have met a lot of Wisconsin people, with their closest neighbor being from Madison and their pastor from Shawano.
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