News: Owen (02 Mar 1967)
Surnames: Decker, Hill, Bollech, Fricke, Wilson, Barager, O'Brien, Toraason, Klammer, Anderson, Hewetson, Wollum, Gruszynski, Erickson, Mahoney, Pabich, Hughes, Karye, Potocnik, Jablonic, Bergstrom, Kell, Will, Hildebrandt, Doonan, Mahoney
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 02 Mar 1967
Betty Lou Decker and Jerry Hill, students at Wisconsin State University at River Falls, spent the weekend at their respective homes.
Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Decker were Vic's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bollech and son Billy of Athens.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke attended the Northwest Bankers Convention held in Minneapolis on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
Wendy Wilson is back in school following a week of hospitalization at Victory Memorial Hospital at Stanley, where she had her tonsils removed.
Jean Barager, a junior student at the University of Wisconsin at Madison was recently elected 2nd vice president of the Women's Recreational Association. She is now serving on the social committee of the WRA which is busy planning their Spring formal.
Sylvester O'Brien returned home last Thursday from St. Michael's Hospital at Stevens Point where he had been a patient since February 15th, having undergone surgery. He will be home for the next two months recuperating from the hernia operation.
Clifford Toraason returned to Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday, after spending the weekend at home. Saturday night, with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Klammer, and she hosted a dinner party in observance of his birthday. Dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson, Father Richard Hewetson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wollum.
J.R. Barager spent Saturday in Madison attending a Physical Education Association Dad's Day program at the University, in Lathrop Hall, with his daughter Jean. A noon banquet was served following the morning excursion of the building and facilities. Demonstrations were given in the afternoon which Jean took an active part followed by recreational program, with the father's also competing. Mrs. Barager accompanied him to Beaver Dam where they were overnight guests at the home of Mrs. Barager's brother, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Berg.
Mrs. Louis Gruszynski of South Bend, Indiana, spent the weekend at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Erickson. On Saturday they attended the funeral of Clara Gruszynski at Thorp.
Mrs. Wm. Mahoney drove to Wausau Tuesday to meet the plane on which her husband arrived from a 10-day business and pleasure trip to South Carolina.
Mrs. Peter Pabich returned to her home in Thorp Friday after having recuperated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. NOrber Pabich the past week, after her dismissal from an Eau Claire hospital.
Mary Ellen Hughes, student at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, spent the weekend of the 18th at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Hughes.
Frank Karye was taken to Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire on Wednesday of this week for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Potocnik spent the weekend in Madison visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Jablonic.
Douglas Bergstrom visited with friends in the city yesterday. He reported that his parents are visiting his home in Eau Claire this week and that yesterday his father, Edward Bergstrom, entered Sacred Heart Hospital for ear surgery.
Roger Kell moved his household effects on Monday from Wausau into the home owned by Foster Will and located to the west of the Trading Post.
The Rev. Arthur Hildebrandt of Ashland visited Sunday and Monday with Father Richard Hewetson and Tuesday evening attended a meeting on business regarding the Buffington Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Will were in Faribault, Minn. Sunday and Monday on a business trip.
Monday evening W.K. Doonan returned to his home after having spent the past month visiting with his sister at Waukegan, Ill.
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