News: South Worden (05 Dec 1968)
Surnames: Rappert, Henderson, Lyson, Szymoniak, Savio, Flora, Phillippi, Miller, Copenhavor, Paap, Horban, Gilbert, Swope, Gustafson, Hakes, Krueger, Shilts, Johnson, Nitz, Aumann, Brandt, Ryniec, Henke
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 05 Dec 1968
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rappert and Iva Jean, and Mr. Lloyd Flora were Thursday supper guests at the Joe Henderson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyson and baby of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the Keith Henderson home.
Mrs. Conrad Szymoniak and Danny, Mrs. Vincent Savio, and Miss Sharon Phillippi called at the Joe Miller home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Copenhavor and family of Glenn Ellyn, Illinois, spent the weekend at the George Paap home and the men hunted deer in this area.
Some of the lucky hunters from South Worden were Joe Horban with a 7 point uck, Lyle Gilbert got a 6 point buck, Jim Gilbert got a 9 point buck, George Paap got his buck, Ronnie Swope got a spike buck, and Mike Gustafson short a party doe.
Mrs. Richard Hakes visited at the Joe miller home Monday evening.
Ronnie Swope spent the weekend at the Kenneth Swope home at Tunnel City, and hunted deer with his father at Camp McCoy, where he shot his spike buck.
Margie and Jimmy Hakes spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hakes.
Mary Krueger of Sparta spent Wednesday and Wednesday night at the Don Miller home.
Mrs. Lawrence Henke was a Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Miller home.
Little Julie Shilts spent Sunday with her grandparents, the Joe Millers.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson visited at the Charles Nitz home Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Joe Miller, Mrs. Richard Hakes and Mrs. Walter Aumann tied quilts Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Joe Miller,, Mrs. Richard Hakes and Mrs. Walter Aumann visited Mrs. Beth Brandt Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ryniec and son of Janesville spent the weekend at the Don Miller home, and the men hunted deer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ryniec of Thorp were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Don Miller home. Other callers were: Mrs. Lawence Henke of Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and Julie Shilts.
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