News: Greenwood (29 Nov 1973)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Lindner, Hegenbarth, Nielsen, Konkl, Kaisler, Zacher, Severson, Pakiz, Yankovich, Klinke, Swieso, Thiede, Drew, Turnquist, Stieglitz, Schewing, Franz, Strachan, Stewart, Brux, Murray, Helwig, McConnell, Warner, Telford, Arko, Vogel, Vesel, Spencer, Pape, Lautenbach, Cooke, Stewart

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/29/1973

Greenwood (29 November 1973)

The Wednesday afternoon Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Katherine Lindner.

Mrs. Edwin Hegenbarth accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nielsen, of Oregon, to Rice Lake Wednesday, where she spent until Sunday with relatives. On Saturday while there, she helped her brother-n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Konkl, celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaisler returned to Waukesha and Charlie Zacher returned to Milwaukee Sunday after spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Severson.

Dennis and Larry Pakiz played a night time engagement with the Frank Yankovich band in Duluth Tuesday. They were accompanied by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pakiz and Sue Klinke.

Mrs. Effie Swieso spent Thanksgiving Day in Marshfield at the Leonard Thiede home.

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Drew and family returned to Milwaukee Sunday after spending the holiday with his mother, Mrs. Glen Drew, and his sister, Mrs. James Turnquist and family.

Sue Klink, Dennis Pakiz, Karl Stieglitz, Willard Schewing and Mrs. Olga Pakiz were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Frank Pakiz home.

Albert Franz is a patient in a Marshfield hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Strachan, who have just returned from England, where he was stationed, spent Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart. They were enroute with their son, Jason, to Oklahoma City, where he will be stationed.

Mr. and Mrs. James Thiede of St. Paul, Minnn., were dinner guests Friday of his grandmother, Mrs. Effie Swieso.

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Brux attended the wedding of Keith Brux and Jacqueline Murray Saturday in the chapel of the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, where the newlyweds are students. Mr. and Mrs. Brux also spent the weekend with relatives in Menasha.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pakiz and Sue Klinke attended a brass choir and jazz ensemble concert at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Sunday evening. Their daughter, Patrice, is a pianist for the jazz ensemble.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stewart and family have moved into the Matt Lindner home, which they purchased recently.

Miss Judith Brux spent from Wednesday until Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Brux. She teaches in Antigo.

Mrs. Hazel Helwig entertained the Canasta Club at a dinner meeting Friday evening.

The Bridgettes club will meet at the home of Mrs. James McConnell this (Thursday) evening.

Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. Don Warner were Mr. and Mrs. Don Telford and daughters of Eau Claire, and Mrs. Delia Telford of Thorp.

Recent guests at the Frank Pakiz and Mrs. Olga Pakiz homes were Mrs. Helen Arko of Cicero, Il., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arko and son, Richy, of Mt. Prospect, Il.

Louie Vogel of Memorial Home in Neillsville spent Thanksgiving Day with his family. Other guests at the Vogel home were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Vesel of Port Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Spencer of Kennan; and Mrs. Kate Pape of Loyal.

Miss Beverly Bayuk and her fiancé, Rodney Lautenbach, of Milwaukee, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bayuk.

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooke of the Madeline Islands came Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart.



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