News: Loyal (05 Nov 1970)
Surnames: Slocomb, White, Swieso, Warner, Herdrich, Theisen, Grambsch, Essex, Bredlau, Clouse, Griep, Hales, Bannach, Elsinger, Hills, Meyer, Oestreich, Stange, Wucherpfennig, Larson, Keppert, Pachal, Perrine, Drescher, Bender, Lavene, Helbach, Glicezenski, Schultz, Holnbach, Zuelke, Lindner, Bentzler, Sanders, Noeldner, Dux, Rottjer, Loehrke, Fischer,
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 05 Nov 1970
Mrs. Charles Slocomb of Beach, N.D. visited from Thursday until Saturday at the Herbert White home.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White and their guests, Mrs. Slocomb and Mrs. Effie Swieso of Greenwood, were dinner guests on Friday at the Ora Warner home.
Mr. and Mrs. Reno Herdrich were Sunday evening visitors at the Herbert White home.
Dr. Charles Theisen, South Milwaukee, spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. William F. Theisen.
On Friday evening, October 30, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grambsch helped her mother, Mrs. William Essex, celebrate her birthday by taking and Mr. and Mrs. Essex out to dinner, followed by an evening party at the Grambsch home. Guests, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Essex, were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bredlau, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clouse, and Mr. and Mrs. Reno Herdrich. Mrs. Essex received several fine gifts, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Grambsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Griep, Marshfield, visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hales.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bannach celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary October 29 with a quiet party at their home.
Pvt. James Elsinger, who has been stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elsinger on Sunday. He will be spending a two weeks leave before reporting back to the army.
Mr. Mike Hills, Milwaukee, and were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hills Sr.
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Meyer and Daniel Jr., Stoughton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer attended the baptism of Mark Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Meyer, Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Meyer were the baby’s sponsors.
Mrs. Neil Oestreich returned home on Monday, after spending a week visiting with rleatives in Milwaukee and Chicago. Upon her returne she was accompanied by Mrs. Lyle Stange and sons, Milwaukee.
Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Martha Wucherpfennig were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Keppert, Mr. and Mrs. David Wucherpfennig and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wucherpfennig, all of Marshfield.
Miss Kay Larson, Eau Claire, spent the weekend visiting with Mrs. R.E. Larson.
Mrs. Esther Pachal and family and Mrs. Bill Perrine, Julie and Billy, spent Sunday helping Mrs. Harold Drescher, Neillsville, to celebrate her birthday. Also guests at the Drescher’s were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bender and family, and Mrs. Alvin Lavene, Neillsville.
Mrs. Carolyn Perrine is leaving Thursday for Hawaii, where her husband, Bill Perrine will be spending his R & R leave. Billy and Julie will stay with Mrs. Esther Pachal at this time.
Guests on Tuesday evening of Mrs. Agnes Bender were Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Helbach and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Glicezenski and son, Armond, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz, Granton, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holnbach.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hales, Mr. and Mrs. George Zuelke Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lindner were Saturday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Katie Lindner, Greenwood.
Mr. George Bentzler left this Wednesday for the Veterans’ Hospital, Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bannach spent the weekend visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders of Amherst.
On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Herman Noeldner, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Noeldner and Mr. and Mrs. Verland Dux, Mrs. Emma rottjer, Mrs. Erwin Dux and Mr. Leonard Noeldner attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Matt Loehrke at Mayville. Miss Brenda Noeldner and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Greenwood, also attended the funeral, then returned to Milwaukee, where they had been visiting during the week.
Mrs. Jon Fisher, Julie, Kim and Dean spent Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Elsinger and family.
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