News: Withee (25 May 1967)


Surnames: Frost, Rodgers, Miller, Schnoor, Albert, Snider, Sorensen, Lesneski, Dallman, Thorson, Krahn, Khunert, Heideman, Nielsen, Fischer, Mertens, Buss, Fredericks, Auberg, Ceslik, Olzewski, Hendricks, Klabon, Poppe, Harms, Lietsau, Niemi, Capes, Nourse

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 25 May 1967

Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth FRost entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rodgers and sons of Westfield at their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schnoor at their cottage near Hayward on Sunday.

Frida, Mrs. Edgar Albert and Mrs. Ella Snider were business callers in eau Claire.

George Sorensen returned home Monday from a fishing trip to Canada.

Mr. and Mrs. John Lesneski spent the weekend in Madison at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lesneski. They also stopped at the University Hospital to visit Ben Dallman, who has been there for almost two weeks. Mrs. Ben Dallman accompanied them home Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Albert and Miss Bess Thorson left Wednesday for Huntsville, Alabama, where they will visit their son and daughter-in-law and family for several days.

Allen Krahn, who attends the University of Wisconsin at Madison, visited his mother and sister over the weekend and also attended the confirmation exercises of his sister's on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frost received word of the death of her sister last week, and left for Minneapolis, where they boarded a jet for Omaha, Nebraska, to attend the funeral. They visited friends in Omaha and vicinity, and also a brother at Hastings, Nebraska, and pastor and Mrs. Clayton Nielsen, former pastor of Nazareth Lutheran Church, who serves Mrs. Frost's former parish in Omaha. Rev. and Mrs. Nielsen send greetings to their many friends in the community. On their return trip they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer in Minneapolis.

Mrs. Veda Mertesn and Mrs. Alva Mertens accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nourse to Sheboygan where they visited relatives over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buss and family visited the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fredericks on Sunday.

Mrs. Veryl Auberg and her mother, Mrs. Ed Frederick, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ceslik and family at Mosinee last week.

A weeka go Sunday Mrs. Adam Olzewski accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olzewski to Phillips, where they visited her mother.

Mrs. Ted Hendricks entertained relatives to a birthday supper for Judith Hend ricks, who will leave for Milwaukee, where she will be employed for the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klabon and daughter of La Crosse spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Poppe and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Klabon, and also attended the confirmation services at St. John's Lutheran Church.

Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Harms of Brok, Indiana, and Mr. O.G. Harms of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leitsau, Mr. and Mrs. Arne Niemi and Nancy of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Capes and E.E. Capes of Marshfield were visitors at the Jess Capes home over the weekend, and also attended the funeral for Fern Harms on Saturday.



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