News: Greenwood (18 Jan 1962)
Surnames: Olson, Ivey, Huntzicker, Schultz, Kenyon, Leach, Stewart, Syth, Schneider, Novobielski, Horn, Mondloch, Yaeger, Larson, Lindner, Kitzhaber, Hartung, Barr, Bayuk, Seliskar, Sloniker, Stabnow, Morien, Plunkett, Bartelt, Caliebe, Meinholdt, Ormond, Braun, Moore, Metzke, Bartz, Albrecht, Marohl, Peters, Rohde, Elmer, Franz, Laube, Lichte, Gray, Kuester, Cox, Blaasch, Cummings, Wuethrich, Humke, Hendrickson,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) January 18, 1962
Greenwood (18 January 1962)
Dr. William Olson showed slides and told of his recent trip around the world at the meeting of the Adult Fellowship at Grace Methodist Church Sunday evening. The program was arranged by Mrs. Kathryn Ivey and Mrs. Maud Huntzicker. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schultz. The next meeting will be held February 18, with Myron Kenyon and Ira leach in charge of the program, and Mrs. Wilbur Stewart and Mrs. Arleigh Syth on the lunch committee.
Robert Schneider presided at a meeting of the Adult Fellowship Sunday evening in the Zion United Church. Bernard Novobielski and Harold Horn showed pictures of a hunting trip to South (a few words missing.)
(Name of group meeting missing) Doctrine met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Mondloch. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Yaeger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lindner, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kitzhaber and the Rev. Edward Hartung.
Patti Jo Barr celebrated her eighth birthday by entertaining classmates at a party Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barr. Guests were Beverly Bayuk, Judy Seliskar, Theresa Sloniker, Debra Stabnow and Debra Morien.
The "500" card club was entertained last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Patrick Plunkett. Prizes were merited by Mrs. Robert Bartelt and Mrs. Earl Caliebe.
Rudolph Meinholdt entered Wisconsin General Hospital in Madison Tuesday for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bayuk attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Arlene A. Ormond, Wednesday in Neillsville.
Miss Catherine Braun of Eau Claire spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Braun, and attended the funeral of her great uncle, Charles Moore.
Tuesday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Metzke were her sister and brother, Mrs. Ted Bartz and Mr. and Mrs. George Albrecht of Stratford.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marohl of Stratford visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Peters.
Mrs. Robert Stewart entered Memorial Hospital in Neillsville Wednesday for treatment and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart and family of Stanley visited her Sunday and also visited at the Stewart home. Other visitors at the Stewart home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rohde and son, Dan, of Colby.
Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elmer were Mr. and Mrs. William Franz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laube and Ed Lichte, all of Owen; and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gray of Loyal.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Kuester of Eau Claire spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cox and Mr. and Mrs. George Kuester.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blaasch spent Saturday in Sparta with her aunt, Miss Rue Cummings.
The mission study group of Grace Methodist Church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Wuethrich. The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Maud Huntzicker.
The Youth Fellowship will meet in Zion United Church Sunday evening. Dennis Humke will be in charge of games. Hostesses will be Barbara Hendrickson and Ida Gene Meinholdt.
A special interest clothing construction meeting for the Greenwood area will be held Friday afternoon, beginning at 1:15 p.m. in the Clark Electric building.
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