News: Owen (30 Sep 1971)
Surnames: Hopkins, Halverson, Jacobsen, Doonan, Pabich, Sillampa, Bangle, Wilson, Meinhardt, Barager, Russell, Peters
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Sep 1971
Wednesday of last week Mrs. Robert Hopkins came here from her home in Madison and remained until Friday visiting her mother, Mrs. Carl Halverson. Thursday she drove her to Eau Claire, where Mrs. Halverson had a checkup, and also visited the home of her daughter, Mrs. Everett Jacobsen and family.
W.K. Doonan visited Friday until Sunday at his cottage on Diamond Lake with his son Terry of St. Cloud, Minnesota, who joined him for the weekend.
Friday Pete Pabich returned home from Chicago where he had spent six days on a business trip.
Tuesday morning Harry Sillampa left, returning to his home in Detroit, Michigan, after spending several days visiting relatives and friends here, as wll as with his son and daughter in the Twin Cities.
From Friday of last week until Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bangle enjoyed an outing at the Wilson Cabin at Highbirdge. Saturday evening and Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wilson and family.
Monday forenoon Robert Meinhardt of Phoenix, Arizona visited the Owen Enterprise office. He is the son of former Owen resident, Rev. Arthur Meinhardt, now of California. Bob and his wife are on a six month trip of the United States, and presently are spending a week at his uncle, Frank Meinhardt's cabin on Lake Catherine at Perkinstown.
Wednesday forenoon Mrs. Barager's sister and brother-in-law, Col. (retired) and Mrs. Howard Russell of Deal N.J., and her aunt, Mrs. Anton Peters of Chicago, left for their homes, after spending Tuesday night here. They have been at their summer home on Big Round Lake, out of Hayward, all summer and are now enroute home.
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