News: Dorchester (29 Jul 1971)


Surnames: Smith, Stibbe, Jantsch, Rankl, Bender, Sannes, Wootton, Ludwig, Kranz, Pinter, Gierl, Wunsch

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 29 Jul 1971

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith and daughters, West Allis, spent the past weekend at the Otto Stibbe home.

Dorchester won the Dairyland ball game over Interwald Sunday and Recreational Park by a score of 9 to 6. The excitement came in the ninth inning when the score was tied 6 to 6 with two men on base, and Dan Jantsch hit a home run, scoring the three extra runs to win. James Jantsch pitched all the way for Dorchester. The local team will play at Medford next Sunday.

Mrs. Clarence Rankl, Town of Holton, and a member of the Holton Homemakers Club, and Mrs. Brice Bender, Colby, president of the Marathon County Homemakers Council, were invited to “open house” at the home of Mrs. Gahart Sanes at Amherst Monday to meet an extension worker, Mrs. Robert Wootton from Honiton, Devon, England. Mrs. Sanes is district chairman, and guests included members of the district homemakers clubs.

Mr. and Mrs. Red Ludwig and Robert spent the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kranz, at Elroy.

Robert Pinter, River Falls, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Pinter.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gierl and Mrs. Mary Gierl, Tigerton, and Miss Rosemarie Gierl, Milwaukee, were dinner guests Sunday at the William Jantsch home. The Gierls also visited friends in Athens.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wunsch, Two Rivers, visited friends in the area on Sunday. Wunsch was a teacher in Dorchester High School several years ago.



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