News: Withee (27 Jun 1968)


Surnames: Stewart, Scharf, Barrett, Thiebert, Smith, Haire, Powers, Auberg, LePage, Christensen, Jensen, Helberg, Englebretson, Williams, Potocnik, Urman, Johnson, Engel, Allen

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Jun 1968

Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Stewart drove to Bangor, Michigan Sunday to be present at the christening of their granddaughter, Milisssa Ann Scharf, at the First Congregational Church.

Mrs. Bernard Barrett and daughters Randy and Kim left Sunday morning by plane on their return home to San Jose, California, after spending a week visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. Thiebert, and sister, Lucy, as well as other friends in this area.

Dr. Agnes Smith had the misfortune to fall and beak her leg at her home last week, and she is now confined in Victory Memorial Hospital at Stanley.

Mr. and Mrs. James Haire of Minneapolis arrived Saturday to attend the Owen Masonic Lodge Anniversary, and also the funeral of Reuben Powers on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Auberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ed LePage, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome LePage spent the weekend on a fishing outing at Iron River.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen are enjoying a visit from his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jensen of Spokane, Washington. Other guests were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helberg of Rice Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Englebretson and son of Wausau, who came to attend the Williams-Potocnik wedding.

On Wednesday Rev. and Mrs. LeRoy Urman and family returned home after a 10-day vacation with relatives in Minnesota.

Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Johnson left Thursday for Texas, where they will visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson.

On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Engel and son, Richard Allen, of Madison arrived to vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Engel, and other relatives.



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