Church: Greenwood Area Churches (30 Sep 1971)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Drew, Swieso, Keller, Hill, Hendrickson, Verhulst, Johnson, Bertz, Danielson, Hium, Turnquist, Bauer, Sarafin, Alperstett, Jollivette, Lindner, Landini, Stewart, Koopman,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 9/30/1971
Greenwood Area Churches (30 September 1971)
The Women’s Society of Christian Service of Grace United Methodist Church is sponsoring a bake sale to be held Friday at the Hill Furniture Store beginning at 12 noon. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Glen Drew, Mrs. Effie Swieso, Mrs. Henry Keller and Mrs. Truman Hill.
The American Lutheran Church women met Thursday evening in Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. Officers elected are: Mrs. Harold Hendrickson, president; Mrs. Lyle Verhulst, secretary; Mrs. Sam Johnson, stewardship secretary; Mrs. Jerome Bertz, vice president; Mrs. David Danielson, treasurer; Mrs. Kenneth Hium, education secretary.
Mrs. Carl Turnquist led in devotions and Mrs. Richard Bauer conducted the meeting.
The Naomi Circle was in charge of the program. Frank Sarafin of Thorp, Clark County Traffic Officer, spoke on “Drug Abuse.”
A lunch was served by Mrs. Calvin Johnson, Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs. Leonard Johnson.
A father and son banquet will be held in the church dining hall at 8 p.m. Saturday, October 2. Mrs. Melvin Alperstett is chairman of the food committee.
The next meeting will be held October 28, at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Leslie Johnson, Mrs. Sam Johnson and Mrs. Dale Jolivette.
St. Ann’s Society met Thursday evening in St. Mary’s Hall. Mrs. Lawrence Lindner presided. The St. Rose Group was hostess. Mrs. Carl Lindner, international affairs chairman, gave a talk and asked members to contact here with clothing and coupon donations to be sent to the Holy Child Jesus School for colored children in Mississippi.
Mrs. Ralph Landini, Mrs. Carl Lindner and Mrs. Rita Stewart were appointed on a committee to purchase play equipment for St. Mary’s School playground.
Because of the inclement weather on September 19, the group decided to save their auction articles for next year.
The Rev. Leander Koopman announced that religious courses are offered in Marshfield and Spencer on Tuesday and Thursdays. The entry fee is $2.50. A six-week religious course also will be held for Greenwood and the surrounding area in the near future. The next meeting will be held October 28 at 8 p.m. The St. Agnes group will be the hostess.
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