News: Willard (28 Aug 1969)
Surnames: Hilge, Gosar, Seliskar, Fortuna, Betala, Koschak, Klancher, Trybula, Bayuk, Ulesich, Krembs, Lesar, Meinholdt, Long, Verhunce
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 28 Aug 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hilge, former residents of Greenwood, recently moved to Texas, are visiting relatives in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
The Anton Gosars are building a new milk house.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seliskar, North Lake, Ill., are here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seliskar. On Wednesday they visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fortuna at Rock Dam. When the Fortunas retired and moved to Rock Dame, the Seliskars bought the Fortuna’s house in North Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Betala, Detroit, Mich. visited the Frank Koschaks last week. Mrs. Koschak and Mrs. Betala are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klancher, Milwaukee, spent a day visiting at Rock Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trybula are buidling an addition to their kitchen.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bayuk, Joliet, Ill. are spending the weekend at Rock Dam.
Almost a thousand people were served chicken dinners Sunday at the Holy Family Church here. The biggest buzz of excitement came whe a potica, made by Mrs. Joe Ulesich, sold for fifty-two dollars at the auction.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krembs and family returned to their home at Huntsville, Ala., Saturday, after spending a week with Mrs. Krembs parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lesar. They also visited relatives and friends in Greenwood, Loyal, Eau Claire and Steven’s Point, and in Rochester, Minn.
Rudy Meinholdt is ill in St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long, Chicago, spent 2 weeks at Rock Dam and visited relatives and friends in the Willard area.
John Verhunce is enlarging his trailer house.
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