Church: Willard - Holy Family Catholic (Events - 1965)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Nikolai, Wilhelm, Tolaney, Govek, Bayuk, Permc, Janezich, Debevec, Gosar, Lamovec, Klapatauskas, Pakiz, Cauley, Hardwig
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) May 13, 1965
Holy Family Catholic of Willard (Events - 1965)
Banns of marriage have been announced at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Willard by Rev. William Nikolai for Francis Wilhelm and Marjorie Tolaney, both of Milwaukee. Miss Tolaney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolaney of Willard. The marriage will take place in Willard May 29.
The following graduated last Sunday as CCD Lay catechists at the St. Joseph the Workman cathedral in La Crosse from the Willard Holy Family Catholic Church: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Govek, Edward Bayuk, Mrs. William Bayuk, Mrs. John Permc, Mrs. Henry Janezich, Mrs. Frank Debevec, Mrs. Tony Gosar, Mrs. Henry Lamovec, Mrs. Mike Klapatauskas, Mrs. Robert Debevec and Mrs. Frank Pakiz.
Holy Baptism was administered at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Willard by the Rev. William Nikolai, pastor, to James Cauley, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cauley.
There was a bake sale held last Sunday at the West Side Hall in Willard by St. Ann’s group for the building fund for a new church, which is expected to be built in the near future. St. Ann’s group belongs to the Council of Catholic Women.
A May crowning and a "Living Rosary" were held last Sunday at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Willard. The young people of the parish assembled in the hall and marched to the church, where the congregation was assembled. In the church the crowning of the Blessed Virgin Mary took place. Cynthia Hardwig was the queen. The living rosary was recited by the boys and girls. Songs and prayers appropriate for the occasion were sung and said.
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