News: Owen (26 Jun 1969)
Surnames: Zielinski, Roberson, Woller, Wilson, Callaway, Doonan, Miller, Barkley, Heft, Missling, Decker, Kowalk, Gay, Peterson, Erickson
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Jun 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zielinski returned from a very pleasant trip which took them into twelve states. The highlights of the trip were Pike's Peak, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, Great Salt Lake, the Mormon Temple at Salt Lake City, and Yellowstone Park. During the week prior to their vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zielinski had the pleasure of a week's visit from their son, Ronald, who is stationed at the U.S. Coast Guard Base in St. Louis, Missouri.
Bill Roberson visited here a week ago last night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Robertson, while passing through the city on a business trip.
Saturday forenoon Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woller left on a week's camping and fishing trip in the Nippogon area in Ontario, Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Wilson returned home the latter part of last week from a week's fishing trip, which they enjoyed on the Red Cedar, near Rice Lake, and at their cabin at Highbridge.
H.J. Callaway was a business caller in Hayward Thursday of last week, and also visited his lake property in that area.
Thursday morning Bill Doonan left the city, driving to Waukegan, Ill., where he will make an extended stay with his sister, Mrs. Henry Miller, who is ill.
Tomorrow the Byrl Rowe family will leave for Milwaukee, where they will visit relatives and friends, and Saturday attend the Barkley-Heft wedding. Sunday they will continue to Chicago and attend graduation exercises at Deaconess Hospital, where there daughter Nancy will be graduated from the school of nursing.
Over the weekend the Robert Missling family of Shawano visited the Ray Missling and Victor Decker homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kowalk visited her Monday and Tuesday forenoon, and then returned to their lake property at Turtle Lake.
Over the weekend the Ernest Gay family camped out at the state fairgrounds in St. Paul, where they attended the International Horse Show held there Friday through Sunday. His brother-in-law, Donald Peterson of Red Wing Minnesota, was one of the competitors.
Emery Erickson was stricken with a stroke about 7:30 Tuesday morning while in the bathroom of his home. He was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield in the city ambulance, where he is being treated.
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