News: Sherwood (11 Jun 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Betz, Coulthard, Schwanebeck, Schutz, Freedlund, Fluegel, Winegarden, Ziemendorf, Rhinehart, Wildes, Ziebart, Hasz, Jacobson, Hendricks, Heath, Stimac
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 6/11/1970
Sherwood (11 June 1970)
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Betz had a reception and luncheon at their home Monday evening in humors of the graduation of their son, Dan. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Grant Coulthard, Granton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwanebeck, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schwanebeck, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schwanebeck and family and Joan Schutz of Pittsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freedlund served refreshments Monday evening at their home in honor of the graduation of their son, Larry. Several friends and relatives attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Ardo Fluegel and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Coulthard attended the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Winegarden at the Elks club in Wisconsin Rapids Saturday.
Mrs. Gladys Ziemendorf and Mrs. Lawrence Freedlund attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rhinehart in Baraboo Saturday.
Dan Betz was among the FFA boys who went on a fishing trip to Canada last week. Wayne Schwanebeck accompanied them.
Misses Wanda and Joan Freedlund are attending a FHA convention in Green Lake this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwanebeck spent the weekend at the homes of the Edgar Wildes in Cedarburg and Herb Ziebarts in Brown Deer. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hasz of Lynn.
Mrs. Laverne Jacobson of City Point spent several days last week with Mrs. Thresa Jacobson.
Miss Dina Betz left Monday for Skokie, Ill., where she will be employed for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hendricks and daughter, Cindy of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mrs. Clara Hendricks of Stratford spent Thursday at the Fred Heath home. Mr. and Mrs. John Stimac of Wisconsin Rapids called there in the afternoon.
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