News: Greenwood (11 Oct 1962)
Surnames: Kronberger, Larson, Kohlnhofer, Klinke, Korntved, Zielske, Carl, Schendel, Kraemer, Bizjak, Jacobi, Zuehlke, Hegenbarth, Sorenson, Karlen, Tieman, Vollrath, Gordee, Baughman, Stabnow, Langreck, Trunkel, Lindner, Ashbeck, Cox, Syth, Raik, Corey, Vesel, Keiner, Erickson, Dyre, Hare, Hinker, Hoffman, Jollivette, Voie, Myhrwold, Verhulst, Johnson, Kolpanen, Sorenson, Lobe, Koschak, Von Holtom, Vollrath, Kippenhan, Amundson, Olson, Horn, Belisle, Brux, Kitzhaber, Warner, Telford, Gustafson, Hubble, Oas, Stumpner, Kuehl, Thompson, Kaltinger, Krainz, Stewart, Jepsen, Ruzic, Grap
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 11, 1962
Greenwood (11 October 1962)
The Greenwood Satellites 4-H club will sponsor a Halloween "dress-up" party October 22 at 8 p.m. The party will be held at the Robert Kronberger home. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes.
The Wausau Regional Women’s Guild fall workshop will be held at Immanuel United Church (the country church) next Tuesday. Registration will be held from 9 to 9:30 a.m. Attending will be department chairmen.
The American Legion auxiliary will meet Monday evening in the Legion Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Richard Larson, Mrs. Joseph Kohlnhofer, Mrs. Olive Klinke and Mrs. Peter Korntved.
Those from Trinity Lutheran Church who attended a meeting of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League last Thursday at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Spencer were the Rev. Daniel Zielske, Mrs. Ida Carl, Mrs. Robert Carl, Mrs. Herbert Schendel, Mrs. Charles Kraemer, Mrs. Joseph Bizjak, Mrs. John Jacobi and Mrs. George Zuehlke.
Sunday dinner guests at the Edwin Hegenbarth home were their two children and grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sorenson and sons, Dennis and Keith, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Karlen, sons, Randy and Terry, and daughter, Pamela of Stanley; and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tieman and daughter, Carol, of Greenwood.
The West Side Homemakers club met last week Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Vollrath. Mrs. Earl Gordee gave a demonstration on the care of the hands and nails. The next meeting is scheduled for October 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baughman, who resided in their trailer home in the trailer court, moved Monday into the upper apartment in the Stabnow residence.
A bridal shower was held Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Langreck in honor of their daughter, Miss Mary Langreck, whose marriage to Frank Trunkel will take place October 20 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church. A lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lawrence Lindner and Mrs. Richard Ashbeck.
Nineteen members attended the meeting of the Forest Queen Royal Neighbor camp Monday evening in the Legion Hall. Mrs. Lawrence Cox presided. Miss Mary Syth and Mrs. Stanley Raik were accepted into membership. Following the business meeting games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lee Corey, Mrs. John Vesel and Mrs. Christ Keiner.
A lunch was served by Mrs. Thomas Erickson, Mrs. Godfrey Eyre and Mrs. Merril Hare. The next meeting will be held November 5, with Mrs. Frances Hinker, Mrs. Ray Hoffman and Mrs. Dale Jollivette as hostesses.
Those from Our Savior’s Lutheran Church who attended the American Lutheran Women’s district convention last Thursday in Oshkosh were: Mrs. Otto Voie, delegate, and her husband; the Rev. and Mrs. Arvid Myhrwold; Mrs. Clarence Verhulst; and Mrs. Leonard Johnson. Attending from Emmanuel congregation in Longwood were Mrs. Una Kolpanen and Mrs. Gunda Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voie went on to Fond du Lac, where they spent several days with their son, Emory Voie, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lobe have returned to Ely, Minn., after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Koschak and with relatives in Willard. Other weekend guests of the Koschaks were their daughters, Frances of Wausau, and Kathleen and Bernadine, who attend college in Stevens Point; and Miss Eileen Von Holtom of Wausau.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vollrath and Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Kippenhan visited Sunday with friends in Sheldon.
Mrs. O. J. Amundson spent from Friday until Monday in Emerald, where she attended a family reunion. She also visited in Webster with her brother, Melvin Olson, who is ill. She was brought here by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Amundson, who returned to Emerald, Monday evening.
Mrs. Caroline Horn, entertained members of the Canasta Club at her home last week Wednesday.
Herbert Belisle of Madison visited with his sister, Mrs. Harlan Brux and family, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kitzhaber and family visited in Mosinee recently with his brother, Ray Kitzhaber, and his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Warner spent Monday with their son and daughter, Harold Warner and family at Chetek, and Mrs. Don Telford and family at Eau Claire.
Diana Kay, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langreck of Marshfield, was baptized Sunday morning at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Marshfield. Sponsors were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Langreck of Greenwood, who, with their children, were guests after the rites at the Langreck home.
Mrs. Selma Gustafson of Chicago is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Josie Hubble and other relatives. She was brought by her three sons, Leonard of Chicago, and Edwin and Simon of Eau Claire, Mich., and her son-in-law, Trygve Oas of Chicago. The men left for northern Wisconsin for a week of fishing near Hayward. They were accompanied by Clarence Verhulst, Sigward Johnson, and Leonard and Harry Johnson. They were joined by Leonard Johnson and sons, Dale and Ray and Miss Jeanne Stumpner, the latter of Loyal.
Mrs. George Kuehl arrived Friday from Sun Prairie for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elmer Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson, Scotty and Terri, of Willard were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kaltinger, Jr.
Ruth Ann Krainz entertained 13 little girlfriends in honor of her sixth birthday Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Val Krainz, in Willard. A supper was served by Mrs. Krainz.
Mrs. Lawrence Cox entertained members of the Intersee Club at her home October 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart spent Wednesday and Thursday at Memorial Hospital, Appleton, with their daughter, Mrs. E. C. Jepsen.
Gary Ruzic of West Allis visited last weekend at the Frederick Grap home in Weston, and with relatives in Willard. Mr. Ruzic and JoAnn Grap plan to be married November 3, in Willard.
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