News: Granton (10 Aug 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hillert, Trimberger, Hales, Dahl, Miller, Fero, Porath, Sternitzky, Johnson, Garbisch, Spry, Bursinger, Radtke, Ury, Wenck, Vanderwyst, Wernberg, Sletten, Poler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/10/1972
Granton (10 August 1972)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillert are enjoying a visit from her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trimberger of Albuquerque, NM. The Trimberger’s are also visiting this week with other relatives and friends in the area.
Mrs. Vera Hales and her son, Alvin Dahl, spent the weekend with the William Miller family in Clintonville and returned home early Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fero visited with Mrs. Jennie Porath at Memorial Home Sunday afternoon. That evening, the Feros visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sternitzky.
Randall Johnson of Broken Arrow, Ok, arrived Friday evening for a visit at the Marvin Garbisch home.
Mrs. Lloyd Spry returned home last week from St. Paul, Mn, where she attended funeral services for her brother-in-law, Gilbert Bursinger, and also visited with her sister, brothers, and daughter and son-in-law and their family. Mr and Mrs. Gehrman Radtke, enroute from a northern vacation to their home in Milwaukee, brought Mrs. Spry home.
Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Arnold Garbisch were Mrs. Jerry Ury and son, Chris, of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wenck of Woodstock, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wenck of California. Stanley Wenck and his wife and son, Lance, are to leave today (Thursday) for Guam where he will be stationed with the navy.
Sunday evening visitors at the LaVern Vanderwyst home were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wernberg and Scott and Mrs. Jeanette Wernberg of rural Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnson and Mrs. Lester Sletten of Eau Claire and Lloyd Poler were Sunday afternoon guests at the Ollie Poler home.
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