News: Willard (17 Dec 1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Janezich, Perko, Volovsek, Pernic, Herrick, Jelercic, Verschay, Schultz, Parkel, Baird, Tolaney, Champa, Backus, Debevec, Gosar, Severson, Klapatauskas, Deiler, Cornwell, Hadzima, Lamovec, Govek, Sischo, Pietrek
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 12/17/1970
Willard (17 December 1970)
Henry Janezich and daughters, Sandy and Gail, returned last Saturday from Waukegan, Ill., where they visited a week with relatives.
Felix Perko left recently for Phoenix, Ariz., and San Francisco, Calif.
Tony Volovsek of Milwaukee was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Pernic and also visited with his brothers.
Mrs. Jack Herrick of Stillwater, Minn., was a guest last week of Mrs. Frances Jelercic and Mrs. Anna Herrick.
Mr and Mrs. John Verschay were guests last Wednesday in Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Schultz.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parkel, Jr., were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baird and family in Stevens Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolaney, Sr. visited John and Anne Champa Sunday night.
A card party was held last Sunday at the parish center. It was sponsored by the C.C.M. of the parish. Walter Backus and Frank Debevec were the committeemen. Fifteen tables were played. A prize was won at each table. The door prize was won by Mrs. Tony Gosar and Mrs. Eva Severson also won a prize. A lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klapatauskas and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Deiler of Marshfield spent last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Cornwell in St. Paul Park, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hadzima of Eau Claire were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamovec and family.
The Slovenian Women’s union members held their Christmas party last Tuesday night at the parish center. They had an exchange of gifts for Christmas, along with a potluck lunch. The rest of the evening was spent socially and playing games.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Govek and children, Carol and William, and Vicky Sischo of Neillsville were in Arcadia last Sunday in respect for Joe Pietrek.
It was rather cold Monday in our community being just two degrees above zero in the early morning hours; but the sun shone later and warmed the air very soon.
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