News: West Worden (18 Apr 1963)


Surnames: Wohld, Corwin, Kawczynski, Pozdell, Voytouich, Karlen, Nelson, May, Anderson, Qualheim, Bye, Johnson, Bernhardt, Timlin, Boie

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 04/18/1963

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Wohld, son Billie and Mrs. Olga Corwin of Kenosha are spending a week at their home here.

Mrs. Rose Kawczynski of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of her brother Adam Pozdell and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Voytouich and family of Minneapolis spent Friday and Saturday at the Ed Karlen home. They spent Easter Sunday at the Wallace Nelson home in Whitehall.

Mrs. Herb May and son LaVerne spent Easter Sunday at the Axel Anderson home.

Mr. and Mrs. John Qualheim and children of Eau Claire spent last Sunday at the Imbert Qualheim home.

Miss Lucille Pozdell spent the past two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pozdell, returning to Milwaukee on Sunday.

Gordon Qualheim, who is employed in Chicago, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Imbert Qualheim.

Mr. and Mrs. Karlen and Ole Johnson were Easter guests at the Nels Bye home.

Mr. and Mrs. Murnie Anderson and family spent the weekend in Chicago visiting at the John Bernhardt home.

Robert May of Curtiss spent several days of his vacation at the May home, returning to his studies in Eau Claire on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Millard Timlin and family, and Mrs. Rose Timlin were dinner and supper guests of the Harvey Boie home Easter Sunday.

Millard P. Timlin of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the home of his parents here.



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