News: South Worden (06 Apr 1967)
Surnames: Thompson, Buelteman, Phillippi, Savina, Lewallen, Godke, Berge, Nitz, Ganser, Miller, Hansen, Copenhavor, Paaps, Ginder, Johnson, Stauffacher, Manier, Horban, Gustafson, Brandt, Gerrits
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Apr 1967
Miss Pam Thompson of Chicago and Ken Buelteman of Chicago, Miss Sharon Phillippi of Thorp and Jim Savina of Wausau were Saturday dinner guests at the Joe Miller home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lewallen and Brenda visited at the Alfred Berge home Saturday evening.
Roy Godke, on leave from the Marines, is spending several days with his mother and brother, Mrs. Catherine Godke and Donald, and is also visiting other relatives and friends in the area.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nitz’s granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ganser of Milwaukee visited with the Nitz’s on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller were Sunday dinner guests at the Cecil Hansen home in Chippewa Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Copenhavor and Denis and Craig of Glen Ellyn, returned home Friday, after spending a week with Mrs. Catherine Godke and the George Paap’s.
Miss Elaine Phillippi attended a district cabinet meeting of the C.B.Y.F. at the LeRoy Ginder home at Cadott Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Lisa and Denise of Prior Lake, Minn. Returned home Sunday afternoon, spending last week at the Alfred Berge home.
Joe Miller visited Alfred Berge Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Paul Stauffacher and David and Valerie of Minneapolis spent several days at the Alfred Berg home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Manier were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Horban home.
The Paul Gustafson’s visited at the Dick Brandt home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gerrits and Toni visited at the Don Miller home Sunday afternoon.
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