News: Willard (7 Feb 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Lohrman, Volovsek, Smith, Scharenbrock, Tolaney, Govek, Ulesich, Hemersbach, Lunka, Francel, Murphy, Herrick, Lesar, Krainz, Bayuk, Wessel, Sladich, Snedic, Yurkovich, Artac, Gregorich, Perko
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 2/07/1974
Willard (7 February 1974)
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lohrman of Marshfield visited last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Volovsek.
Linda Volovsek, Janet Smith and Sharon enjoyed two weeks of vacation in Orlando, Fla. They returned Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scharenbrock spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tolaney in Stevens Point.
Mr. and Mrs. William Govek returned Friday from Pensacola, Fla., Sheboygan, Whitefish Bay, and Beloit, where they went on a honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulesich spent Monday afternoon and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hemersbach.
Mrs. Lucile Lunka and Mrs. Frances Francel of Marshfield returned from Las Vegas, Nev. Last Thursday night.
Fran and Dean Murphy of Herscher, Il., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herrick.
Eleven tables of cards were played last Sunday at the parish center. John Scharenbrock and John Lesar were on the committee. Door prize was awarded to Valentine Krainz; the raffle prize went to Edward Bayuk; a prize also went to the winner at each table. A lunch was enjoyed by all after the games.
A miscellaneous baby shower was held last Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Robert Trunkel at her home. Hostesses were: Miss Kathy Trunkel and Mrs. Judy Wessel. Present were: Mrs. Anna Sladich and Rita, Mrs. Sophie Trunkel, Mrs. Anna Snedic, Mrs. Sylvia Yurkovich, Joyce Artac, Marcia Gregorich, Mrs. Mary Gosar, Mrs. Elsie Perko, Mrs. Edith Backus, Mrs. William Petkovsek, Mary and Jean. After the gifts were opened a lunch was served.
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