News: Greenwood (29 Mar 1962)
Surnames: Tieman, Berthold, Williams, O’Connell, Caliebe, Huntzicker, Carl, Nielsen, Kenyon, Neuenfeldt, Petkosek, Horn, Elmer, Gotz, Leberg, Keiner, Severson, Noah, Corey, Perkins, Kuester, Dusso, Busch, Volk
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 29, 1962
Greenwood (29 March 1962)
David Tieman, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tieman, Jr., is a patient at Memorial Hospital in Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berthold and daughter, Gloria, visited in Stetsonville Sunday with Mrs. Rollin Williams.
Miss Irene O’Connell was admitted Sunday to the hospital in Marshfield. Visiting her there Monday, were Mrs. George Caliebe, Mrs. Maud Huntzicker and Mrs. Ida Carl.
Roy Nielsen, one and one-half-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nielsen, was admitted Monday to Memorial Hospital in Neillsville, after he had swallowed a number of aspirins.
Mrs. Myron Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Neuenfeldt and daughter, Mary and Mrs. William Neuenfeldt spent Tuesday in Marshfield visiting at the hospital with Miss Irene O’Connell, Mrs. Margaret Petkosek and Miss Martha Horn.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elmer, Jr., and family of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gotz of Pittsville and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Leberg visited Wednesday at the Mrs. Christ Keiner and Hugh Severson homes.
Mrs. George Noah of Los Angeles, Calif., and her son, Gary of Oshkosh, spent Thursday with Mrs. Lee Corey.
Mrs. Alice Perkins, who spent two weeks in Sayner, returned Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kuester visited recently in West Bend with his cousins, Lorris Dusso and Delbert Busch, and their families.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keiner, who were called here by the death of his brother, Henry Keiner, returned to Eau Claire Friday evening after spending several days here with relatives and at the Perry Volk home in Loyal.
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