News: Greenwood (28 Mar 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Volovsek, Saule, Govek, Pakiz, Djubenski, Plautz, Scharenbrock, Horvat, Ziegler, Craig, Debevec, Lindsley, Reuter, Tytor, Seliskar, Perko, Tolaney, Cohara, Auman, Bogdonovich, Verschay
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/28/1974
Greenwood (28 March 1974)
The Bible study club met last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sue Volovsek. The following participated: Mrs. Sue Volovsek, Mrs. Ron Volovsek, Mrs. Virginia Volovsek, Mrs. Mary Ann Saule, Mrs. Jean Govek, and Mrs. Rose Pakiz. This week they were to meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. with Mrs. Jean Govek as their hostess.
The card party last Sunday was held at the parish center. Committee members were Roger Djubenski and Patrick Plautz. Nine tables of cards were played. Door prize was awarded to John Scharenbrock; raffle prize went to Mrs. Bernice Volovsek; a prize was awarded also at each table to the highest winner. A lunch was served.
Mrs. Anna Horvat visited last week with her daughter, Mrs. Wendell Ziegler, and family in Neillsville.
Sarah Craig attended a 4-H club district leadership meeting in Altoona last week.
A birthday party was held last Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Debevec honoring their daughter, Laurie on her 10th birthday. Present were: Lisa Lindsley, Peggy Reuter, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Tytor and family and her family. The birthday cake was made and decorated by her mother, Mrs. Robert Debevec. A lunch was served and games were enjoyed.
The following were home from Eau Claire University last week for their spring break: Carol Govek, Judy Seliskar, Patrice Pakiz and Edward Perko.
Christine Tolaney spent several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tolaney, Jr., and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tolaney of Stevens Point last Wednesday called on John Tolaney in Neillsville, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tolaney, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Scharenbrock.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scharenbrock called last week on Mrs. Josephine Cohara, Mrs. Angela Auman, and Mr. Eli Bogdonovich in Memorial Home in Neillsville.
Spring came in more like a lion, as the temperatures fell to about 10 degrees above zero and snow flurries were present.
Steve Plautz, Floyd Plautz and George Plautz attended a tractor and road equipment demonstration at Tomahawk last several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Verschay spent a few days last week in Des Plaines, Aurora and Mc Henry, Il., visiting friends and relatives.
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