News: Willard (6 Dec 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ulesich, Seliskar, Kirn, Matkovich, Baltus, Craig, Bayuk, Scharenbrock, Gregorich, Volovsek, Jeras, Murin, Staut, Miller, Knudsen, Seest, Reuter
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 12/06/1973
Willard (6 December 1973)
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ulesich spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulesich.
Mrs. Evelyn Seliskar was a guest Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Joseph Ulesich.
Mrs. Donald Kirn and Mrs. Louis Matkovich were in Eau Claire on business Tuesday.
Kathy and Judy Baltus spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baltus and family at Wisconsin Rapids.
Sarah and Debbie Craig attended the 4-H club music festival at the Greenwood High School gym. Debbie Craig was mistress of ceremonies for the occasion and her sister, Sarah, assisted her.
Thursday night the following helped Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bayuk to celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary; Mr. and Mrs. John Scharenbrock, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bayuk and Mr. and Mrs. William Bayuk. Games were played and lunch was served to help observe the occasion.
LaVerne Gregorich, Jr., was hurt last week having several stitches in his head. He is coming along just fine. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Gregorich, Sr.
The Slovenian Women’s Union held their Christmas party last Monday at the parish center with potluck lunch, games, exchange of gifts and a door prize.
Guests of Mrs. Anna Volovsek last week were: Tony Jeras, Sr., Hodgkins, Il.; Bob Jeras, West Allis; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Volovsek, Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murin, Pewaukee; and Mr. and Mrs. Vitko Staut of La Crosse.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of Manning, Ia., were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Knudsen and family.
Timothy and Charles Seest of Wausau spent some time here with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reuter and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Knudsen have moved last Saturday to Des Moines, Ia.
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