News: Owen (31 Oct 1968)
Surnames: Fricke, Carlson, Gardner, Milliren, Zalabsky, Missling, Decker, Moore, Mathewson, Niemi
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Oct 1968
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke returned home Sunday from a week's outing of fishing on Yellow Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson and Mrs. George Gardner attended the open house at WSU, Eau Claire, over the weekend as part of the homecoming festivities.
Theresa Milliren, student at WSU, La Crosse, attending the Homecoming activities in Eau Claire over the weekend, and also took part in the Homecoming activities at River Falls with her sister, Priscilla, who attended college at River Falls.
A week ago Tuesday Mrs. Claire Milliren was released from St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield and returned home. She was admitted to the hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in a car-truck crash near here on the 17th of October.
There will be a potluck supper following the 6:30 p.m. All Saints Day Mass at St. Katherine's Episcopal Church on November 1st.
Mrs. Frank Zalabsky Sr. returned home Tuesday of last week from the hospital in Marshfield, and is now recuperating at home from injuries sustained in a freak car accident on the 13th of October while she and her husband were enroute home from a visit with their daughter and son-in-law at Siren.
Frank Zalabsky Jr. is now stationed on Adak Island, Alaska, serving with the U.S. Navy.
Mr. and Mr.s Robert Missling and daughter Wendy of Shawano visited here over the weekend, and oon Saturday he and Vic Decker fished on Moose Lake.
Over the weekend Frank Moore joined his family here, and Sunday they returned home with him to Clam Lake, after having been here the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mathewson, while he was on a business trip to Colorado.
Ted Niemi, former area resident and now of Wake Forest, Ill., was a weekend visitor in the community.
Jeff Mathewson of Milwaukee was a weekend visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mathewson.
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