News: Curtiss (26 Aug 1965)
Surnames: Johnson, Woodworth, Nicks, Geary, Thompson, Lulloff, Weideman, Skutak, Kereng, Raeborhm, Peissig, German, Strassburger
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 08/26/1965
Thirteen Boy Scouts and their leader, Peter Johnson, who spent the past week at Camp Phillips, returned home Saturday afternoon. They took third place in all the ten different events they participated in. Jack Strassburger was called out for the Order of the Arrow. On Thursday evening twenty-five parents drove to Camp Phillips for a chicken barbeque supper served by the Boy Scouts.
A pot luck dinner was served at the Green Grove, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church aPrish Hall after services Sunday morning in honor of the Rev. Harold Woodworth and family, who left for their new home Sunday afternoon. Rev. Woodworth will be stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky., as post chaplain.
The A.L.C.W. of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church will meet at the parish hall Tuesday evening, Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Grace Nicks and Dorothy Geary will be the hostesses.
Minnie Thompson left for her home in Milwaukee Saturday, after spending the past month at the home of her brother, Alfred Thompson and daughter, Karen.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Lulloff and sons of Arlington, Tenn., who spent the past three weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lulloff, returned to their home Friday.
Dinner guests Sunday at the Harvey Weideman home were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Skutak, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kereng, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raeborhrm. The occasion was Mrs. Weideman’s birthday.
Mrs. Franklin Peissig entertained a group of ladies at her home Monday evening in honor of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Clyde Peissig, who spent the summer here with her four children. Wednesday they left for their new home, accompanied by her brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. And Mrs. Warren German, to Grand Forks, N.D. Air Base. Sgt. Clyde Peissig is attending school at Chanute Field air Base. Chanute, Ill., and will join his family in October when he will be stationed at Grand Forks.
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