News: Owen (29 Feb 1968)
Surnames: Hamm, Smith, Wolfram, Erickson, Snyder, Albert, Pacholke, Unger, Skaleski, Heldt, Stenseth, Pocus, Braun, Halverson, Decker, Johnson, Wendt, Roberson, Lesneski, Miller, Larson, Hynes, Moore, Mathewson, Winslow, Clark, Missling, Pyatt, Peterson, Baum, Martens, Westby, Eisch
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Feb1968
Harry Hamm returned to Chicago Tuesday after spending the weekend at the Milford Smith home, coming for the funeral of Duane.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfram went to Madison Saturday by bus, where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Erickson and daughter Jane of Stoughton. That evening they attended the basketball game hled at Monona Grove between Stoughton and Lafollette, a Madison team. Rodney Erickson was a player on the Stoughton team. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Norman Erickson and family drove them back to Owen and took in the snowmobile derby at Curtiss. Also visiting at the Wolfram home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Wolfram and son David of Eau Claire. They all returned home that evening.
Mrs. Ella Snyder returned a week ago Sunday from a six week vacation trip, during which time she visited her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Albert in Huntsville, Alabama, and with Dr. and Mrs. Allen Pacholke in Minneapolis.
Monday visitors at the home of Mrs. Ella Snyder were relatives, Mrs. Rudolph Erickson, Adolph Erickson and daughter, Mrs. Westby and Col. Eisch of Winchester, who had been to Barron attending a funeral of Mrs. Rudolph Erickson's sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Unger enjoyed the visit of their grandson, Jeffrey Skaleski of Green Bay over the weekend, while his parents attended the Wisconsin State Holstein Association convention in Wisconsin Rapids at the Mead Hotel. Mr. Unger is secretary and treasuer of the Clark County Holstein Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heldt of St. Paul visited with her mother, Mrs. C.M. Stenseth on Sunday.
Sam Pocus fell on the ice near his home Monday and suffered a broken hip.
Minnie Braun, sister of Gus Braun and Mrs. Carl Halverson, Owen, with whom she makes her home, fell enroute uptown Tuesday forenoon on the icy roadway on Fourth Street, in front of Vic Decker's residence, and broke her knee cap. The ambulance was called and she was taken to the clinic for treatment and then sent to St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Johnson of DeForest were overnight visitors here with friends on Friday.
Postmaster H.A. Wendt was taken to Luther Hospital at Eau Claire Tuesday, where he was hospitalized for treatment of ulcers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberson of Milwaukee and Wm. Roberson of Madison were weekend guests here at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roberson.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lesneski and family of Madison visited here over the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lesneski.
Tom Miller, O-W wrestling coach, was accompanied Thursday by two members of his squad, John Larson and Dan Hynes, where they attended the state wrestling meet at the field house.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and family of Clam Lake spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L> Mathewson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Winslow and son of Marshfield spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Missling and daughter of Shawano visited here over the wweekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dunham and at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Missling.
Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pyatt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Baum and family of Caseyville, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Martens and sons of Seymour. The Elmer Baum family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Baum of Hialeah, Florida, arrived on Thursday to attend the funeral of their father, Gus Baum, who passed away at Hialeah on February 20, with funeral services held here on Friday, February 23rd.
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