News: Greenwood (17 Aug 1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Grum, Goeke, Caliebe, Kuester, Nerbun, Speich, Maass, Clintsman, Keiner, Seidl, Moore, Cox, Stewart, Humke
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/17/1972
Greenwood (17 August 1972)
Tony Grum, former Greenwood resident, who now resides in Yugoslavia, is spend a month here with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goeke.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Caliebe and daughter, Ann, and his sister, Miss Grace Caliebe of Chicago, have returned from a five-week trip through Alaska and the Yukon. They also spent a few days with cousins at Palmer, Alaska.
Relatives and friends helped Mrs. William Kuester celebrate for her birthday at her home Saturday afternoon and evening. Guests came from Loyal, Owen and Greenwood.
Mrs. Dede Nerbun of Ladysmith visited her sisters, Mrs. John D. Speich and Mrs. Ed Maass and attended the celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gregorich.
The Forest Queen Royal Neighbors annual picnic was held Monday afternoon at the Robert Clintsman home. Miss Louise Keiner presided at the brief business meeting. Mrs. Caroline Seidl of Marshfield, a former R.N.A. district deputy, was a guest. Miss Ivy Moore, special auditor, gave the bi-annual financial report. Mrs. Lawrence Cox reported on calls on sick and shut-in members. A potluck supper was served. The next meeting will be held September 4 at the home of Mrs. George Caliebe.
Dr. and Mrs. Kenton Stewart and children, Scot, Jan and Eric, returned to N Y., Monday after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stewart, They were joined for the weekend by his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Everett Humke and daughters, Christie and Shelley, of Rochester, Mn. Dr. Stewart and his family were to leave August 16 for Germany, where they will reside while he will be doing research work for a year. He has a year’s leave of absence from the University of Buffalo, N Y., where he (rest is missing).
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