News: Greenwood Locals (8 Dec 1960)
Contact:Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Kenyon, Speich, Hoehne, Egbert, Beyer, Severson, Schneider, Ludwig, Horn, Sisinni, Keiner, Oswald Rohde Gregorich, Ystad, Landini, Metz, Kuchenbecker, Thiel, Horvat, Tolaney, Krainz, Klune, Kaltinger, Blaasch
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) December 8, 1960
Greenwood Locals (8 December 1960)
A meeting was held last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Myron Kenyon, chairman of the Easter Seal sale in the Greenwood area, to make plans for the campaign which is sponsored by the Clark County American Legion Auxiliary council.
The Women’s Guild met in Zion United Church Thursday afternoon for a Christmas party. Mrs. John Speich presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. George Hoehne. Mrs. Orval Egbert led in prayer, read a poem entitled "A Little Bit of Christmas" and gave the "Thought for the month". Mrs. Arnold Beyer was in charge of the program. She was assisted by Mrs. Hugh Severson and the Rev. Orval Egbert. Mrs. Robert Schneider reported the material for the World Day of prayer service had arrived. This service, in which women from four other churches in Greenwood will participate, will be held this year in Zion Church February 17.
The group decided to again remember their honorary members with Christmas boxes. It was voted to give $50 to the benevolent fund. Mrs. Charles Ludwig, missionary chairman, gave a report, and Miss Martha Horn gave the sunshine report. Following the meeting a potluck lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sisinni and daughter, Suzanne, of Milwaukee, arrived Sunday for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Christ Keiner, and at the Hugh Severson home.
Gary Oswald, Richard Rohde and Eddie Gregorich, students at the college in River Falls, spent their between-quarters vacation at their respective homes.
The Come and Know Homemakers meeting, scheduled for December 6, will be held instead Friday afternoon at the Milton Ystad home.
The Merry Homemakers Christmas party was held Wednesday evening, December 7, at the home of Mrs. Mary Landini.
The Braun Settlement 4-H Club will meet this (Thursday) evening at the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Metz and sons, Galen and Harvey of Stetsonville, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kuchenbecker. Mrs. Metz is a sister of Mrs. Kuchenbecker.
Bruce Thiel visited his wife at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield, Wednesday evening. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Mamie Thiel, and Mrs. Johanna Horvat. Those who visited Mrs. Thiel last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolaney and Mr. and Mrs. Val Krainz of Willard and their sister, Mrs. Joseph Klune, mother of Mrs. Thiel, and Mrs. John Kaltinger, Jr.
Harold Blaasch entered Memorial Hospital at Neillsville Monday morning for surgery.
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