News: South Worden (20 Jan 1966)
Surnames: Gilman, Miller, Shilts, Swope, Hendrickson, Hatfield, Manier, Horban, Smith, Gilbert, LaGrander, Ecker, Phillippi, Hokes, Mohr, Brandt, Nitz, Paap
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 20 Jan 1966
Word was received here that Bert Gilman of Kenosha died on Jan. 8, 1966. He is survived by his wife and two sons, and also his mother, who resides in Montana. Mr. Gilman was a resident of this community many years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller visited at the Wilfred Shilts home Friday and made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Julie Ann. She is their 32nd grandchild.
The Ronnie Swope's and Harvey Hendrickson's visited at the Kenneth Swope home at Tunnel City Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hatfield and son of New London, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Manier and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horban and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Jake Manier home.
Mrs. Joe Miller will entertain the Social Circle at her home Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 25. Mrs. Ervin Smith, Mrs. Joe Horban, Mrs. Lyle Gilbert, Mrs. Pearl Shilts, Mrs. Dan LaGrander and Mrs. Wm. Ecker will furnish articles for sale.
Elaine Phillippi attended a meeting for C.B.Y.F. Cabinet members at Menomonie Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hokes visited at the Joe Miller home Thursday evening.
Sunday dinner guests at the Orville Manier home were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mohr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mohr, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mohr and children.
Mrs. Bart Brandt returned home from Luther Hospital in Eau Claire last Thursday morning.
Mrs. Nellie Gilbert visited at the Lyle Gilbert home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nitz visited at the Joe Miller home Friday evening.
Mrs. Anna Paap spent Sunday and Sunday night with the Bart Brandt's.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller visited at the Wilfred Shilts home Sunday evening.
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