News: Sherwood (3 Apr 1969)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Jesperson, Schwanebeck, Winker, Lilgeberg, Coulthard, Hofmeister, Ferkkey, Jacobson, Harrison, Freedlund, Ziemendorf, Gruetin, Gehre, Long, Hasz
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/03/1969
Sherwood (3 April 1969)
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jesperson arrived Thursday to attend her parents’ golden wedding festivities. They returned Monday to Morristown, N. J. Other weekend guests at the Paul and Milden Schwanebeck home were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winker and family of Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schwanebeck and Lori and Mr. and Mrs. Curt Lilgeberg of Rockford, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Coulthard and Shirley attended the Hofmeister-Ferkkey wedding Saturday afternoon at the Saratoga Moravian Church in Nekoosa. Carol Coulthard was a member of the bridal party.
Several children from the area participated in the fourth and fifth grade operetta, “Which Witch is Which,” held at the Pittsville High School Friday night. There was a large crowd in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jacobson of Rockford, Ill., were weekend guests at the Joe Jacobson home. Sunday dinner guests there were Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Jacobson of City Point and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jacobson and family. Joe Jacobson came home from the hospital Friday.
St. Paul’s Ladies Aid will meet today (Thursday) at the Milden Schwanebeck home.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Harrison and daughter, who have been visiting at the Lawrence Freedlund home the past week, left Sunday for Chicago, where he will be employed.
Mrs. Gladys Ziemendorf spent several days last week at the Don Gruetin home in Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jacobson visited Mrs. Arthur Gehre, who is a patient at Memorial Hospital in Neillsville, on Friday.
Eiber Freedlund and Mrs. Doris Long of Rockford, Ill., were weekend guests at the Chester Freedlund home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwanebeck spent from Monday through Friday of last week at the Albert Hasz home in Lynn.
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