News: Owen (26 Feb 1970)


Surnames: Miller, Offord, Bottlemy, Rusch, Klay, Erickson, Haselton, Schley, Goessl, Woik, Humphrey, Tieman, Haas, Habighorst, Frederickson, Fricke, Pugh

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Feb 1970

Coach Tom Miller and the senior members of the Wrestling team will attend the State Wrestling Tournament at Madison this weekend. The boys going are Jerome Offord, Ron Bottlemy, Ed Rusch, Rick Klay, Richard Erickson, Hal Haselton, Bob Schley and Bill Goessl.

Ralph Woik, vice president of the PCA, Neillsville, was among the farmer-directors and managers of 51 Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin Production Credit Associations that met in Minneapolis Thursday and Friday of last week. Former vice-president, Hubert H. Humphrey, was the principal speaker at the banquet meeting at the Leamington Hotel Thursday evening.

Mrs. Glen Tieman returned home from Luther Hospital in Eau Claire Sunday afternoon, where she had been confined the past week, suffering from an acute strep infection of the throat, and influenza. Mrs. Lyle Haas has been substituting the 2nd grade for the past three weeks.

Mrs. Robert Habighorst is hospitalized at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire, after having surgery the 10th of February.

Kurt Frederickson, son of Mrs. Theone Frederickson, arrived home Tuesday after serving in the Army in Vietnam. He is ow out of the service.

Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke and Jerry Pugh, all of the Owen-Curtiss State Bank, attended the annual banker's convention held in Minneapolis.



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