News: Granton (19 Jul 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Stringer, Henning, Bartz, Winter, Scharf, Cattanach, Zank, Garbisch, Eggen, Cain, Kayser, Freeberg, Schmidtke, Hillert, Sternitzky, Steinich, Frischman, Fero, Moen, Riedel, Nagel, Johnson, Stevens, Balciar, Bender, Moh, Hubacher, Lavey, Degenhardt, Gardner, Larson, Drescher
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/19/1973
Granton (19 July 1973)
Attending Imago Dei Bible Camp near Clintonville this week are: Tim Stringer, Tim Henning, Janet Bartz, Connie Winter, Alan and Gary Scharf, Lisa and Laurie Cattanach, Gail Zank and Chris Garbisch. They were accompanied by the Rev. Richard Eggen of Zion American Lutheran Church.
Granton Royal Neighbors Fidelity Camp No. 6375 is to meet Thursday, July 26, at 5 p.m. in the Granton Park for a potluck picnic. In case of inclement weather, the group will meet at the Manford Cain home.
Mrs. Van Kayser accompanied her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Freeberg of Eau Claire, to Madison Monday afternoon where they visited with Mr. Kayser who entered the Veterans’ Hospital there last Tuesday. Mr. Kayser has been undergoing tests.
There will be no morning worship services at Zion American Lutheran Church on Sunday, the 22nd. Instead, the worship services will be conducted Saturday evening at 8 o’clock. All are welcome to attend.
All members were present last Sunday when the Friendship club met for a picnic at the home of Mrs. Otto Schmidtke. The club will not meet again until September.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillert visited his sister, Mrs. Ed Sternitzky at Lynn Sunday.
Fred Steinich has been released from the Marshfield hospital.
York Sew and So Homemakers met Thursday for dinner at the home of Mrs. Frieda Frischman. For the program, members presented poems and readings on July.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fero attended funeral services in Neillsville last week for Mrs. Bertha Moen. Tuesday evening, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riedel, and drove to Edgar Wednesday evening to visit Mrs. Alice Nagel and daughters. The Feros also visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson.
Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. William Schmidtke .were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Balciar and daughter, Brenda, of Marshfield.
Romadka Homemakers were to meet Tuesday with Mrs. Harold Bender.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bender of Neillsville and his sister, Miss Sandra Bender, were dinner and supper guests Sun day at the Lucien Moh home. The Moh family and their guests attended the Chili Centennial observance in the afternoon.
Mrs. Van Kayser and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Freeberg of Eau Claire, plan to attend the wedding of the Kayser’s’ grandson, Jeffrey C. Kayser, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kayser, and Miss Lynn Rae Hubacher Saturday afternoon. The couple will be married at 2 p.m. in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Waterloo. A reception will follow at the Pine Knoll supper club at nearby Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Lavey of Nekoosa called last Tuesday afternoon on Mrs. Otto Schmidtke. Sunday dinner guests of mrs. Schmidtke were her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Degenhardt and children of Loyal. In the afternoon, the Degenhardts, and Mrs. Schmidtke attended the Chile Centennial observance and parade.
Mr. and mrs. Manford Cain attended a meeting of the King’s Couple club of Immanuel United Methodist Church last Tuesday evening at the Donald Gardner home.
Mrs. Elda Bartz returned Sunday evening from a week’s visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Larson, at their home on Pleasant Lake at Westfield. Mrs. Bartz’s daughter and grandson, Mrs. Irene Drescher and Wayne of Greenwood, arrived at the Larson home Saturday and brought Mrs. Bartz back home with them on Sunday.
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