News: Central Clark County (5 Mar 1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Bravener, Ferguson, Bredesen, Dunn, Harms, Grabara, McConnell, Cox, Neuenfeldt, Hill, Olson, Haunschild, Mech, Gunderson, Miller, Hutchins, Theisen
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 5, 1964
Central Clark County (5 March 1964)
A party was held recently at the Del Bravener home in Greenwood honoring their daughter, Carol, on her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ferguson and two children of Tennessee arrived Thursday evening for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Mabel Bredesen, and to attend the funeral of her father, Leo Bredesen. Mr. Ferguson left Monday on his return trip and Mrs. Ferguson and children will remain to spend several weeks with her mother and sisters, Marian Dunn, Mrs. Merrill Dunn and Mrs. Fern Harms.
Mr. and Mrs. George Grabara have purchase the Robert McConnell home in Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Milan Cox of Osseo visited one day last week with their daughter, Mrs. Shirley Neuenfeldt, in Greenwood.
Truman Hill and Dr. W. A. Olson of Greenwood spent a day last week in Mellen and in Grand View, where they visited Mr. Hill’s cousin.
Miss Mary Ann Haunschild, registered nurse, of Madison, spent a recent weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Haunschild, in Greenwood.
Among those from this area attending the bankers convention in Minneapolis were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mech and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gunderson of Greenwood.
Steven Lee Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller of Loyal, who was born February 29, 1960, celebrated his first birthday last Saturday. He is four; but a Leap Year day baby.
Mrs. Anna Hutchins of Loyal celebrated her 87th birthday on February 23.
Mary Theisen of Loyal has been named to the dean’s list at the University of Wisconsin for her work during the first semester. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Theisen, Jr., of Loyal, and is a senior at the university.
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