News: Owen (25 Jan 1968)
Surnames: Martin, Winslow, Clark, Wolfram, Stock, Tomczak, Kitze, Mathewson, Moore, Rork, Wendt, Frane, Bruchert, Cattanach, Potocnik, Strohkirch, Decker, Shreve, Kell, Hynes, Buss, Hingiss, Scheel, Matthias, Hardrath, Bublitz, Reynard, Picus, Pedersen
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Jan 1968
Ed Martin returned home Friday from St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, following two weeks of treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Winslow of Marshfield were weekend visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Clark and family.
Arthur Wolfram, city, has entered Luther Hospital, Eau Claire, being admitted on Tuesday for a checkup.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stock drove to Grafton and enjoyed a weekend visit with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tomczak.
Mike Kitze, freshman student at WSU, River Falls, spent a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kitze.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mathewson motored to Clam Lake Friday evening and remained until Saturday night, visiting with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitman Rork of Sioux Falls, South Dakota were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wendt, and attended the annual venison dinner served Saturday night to 45 guests of members of a local hunting party, at Meadowview Country Club.
Randy Wendt, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Wendt, City, arrived here on Wednesday of last week from Baton Rouge, La. Where he has been attending LSU. This next semester he will be enrolled at WSU, Eau Claire.
Recently returning from a two week vacation to San Salvador, Central America, was Waverlee Frane, West Bend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent France.
Jeffrey Mathewson, son of Mr. and Mrs. K.L. Mathewson, and a student at WSU, Stout, flew to Boston, Mass. Sunday, where he is spending a few days on a business trip.
Hostesses for Guild meeting lunch to be served at St. Katherine's Church Hall today will be Mesdames Ben Bruchert and L.W. Cattanach. This is the first of the afternoon lunches planned for 1968, beginning at 3 p.m. and to which the public is invited.
Students from WSU, Stevens Point now home for the semester brak include Eileen Potocnik, Lina Looker, John Strohkirch, Jane Decker, Kitty Shreve, Charlotte Kell, Patrick Hynes and Dale Buss.
Neighbors gathered at the home of Mrs. Wm. Hingiss Saturday night to help her celebrate her 75th birthday anniversary. Here for the occasion were he son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hingiss Jr. of Waukesha, and her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Scheel of Milwaukee.
Mrs. Carrie Matthias is spending the winter with her son in Virginia.
Mrs. Louis Hardrath came home from the hospital a week ago, after spending four weeks in the hospital following surgery.
Otto Bublitz returned home Tuesday of last week from St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield following three weeks of confinement following surgery. Although still weak he is getting out and gaining strength.
Pauline Reynard of New York City arrived last wweek in Owen to spend the winter months with her mother, Mrs. William Picus. Her sister is Mrs. Carl J. Pederson of Withee.
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