News: Willard (9 Aug 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Gottschalk, Ulesich, Seliskar, Lehto, Maddente, Wade, Schafer, Wurori, Stremikis, Kezel, Gregorich, Winecke, Bergmann, Kneppar, Chmiel, Brunke, Bukovec, Rozick, Krultz, Volovsek, Langreck, Pekol, Hagen, Rakovec, Patridge, Krapf, Pernic, Govek, Johnson, Verschay, Ruzic, Camiliere, Reuter, Scharenbrock, Lusch, Lunka, Bayuk, Machar, Kippenhan, Stamcar, Podboy
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/09/1973
Willard (9 August 1973)
William and Vernon Gottschalk of Chicago, Il., are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ulesich and visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulesich.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ulesich of Chicago, Il., arrived here to visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William Seliskar and family on Northlake, Il., visited here with his mother, Mrs. Evelyn Seliskar and family and stated at their Mead Lake cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ulesich were guests last week one day of Dr. and Mrs. James Ulesich at Menomonie.
Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Lehto were: Miss Grace Maddente, Ruth Wade, Evelyn Schafer, all of Milwaukee; Dorothy and Wilbert Wurori of Brucecrossing, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehto and family of West Bend who stayed for one week.
Joseph Stremikis left last Friday by plane from Eau Claire to San Francisco, CA., where he will visit there with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stremikis. From there he will leave for Manila, Philippines, where he will join and work with the Peace Corps.
Mrs. Mayme Kezel of Chicago, Il., and Mrs. Edward Gregorich and daughter, Linda of Lyons, Il., are here visiting with Mrs. Mary Gregorich.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Winecke, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bergmann and Michael of Chicago, Il.; Mrs. Emily Kneppar of Hillside, Il.; Mrs. Catherine Chmiel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brunke, Cicero, Il.; were here visiting with Mrs. Louise Bukovec, Mrs. Mary Rozick, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bukovec and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvian Krultz and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bukovec. They also attended Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bukovec’s 25th wedding anniversary at the Legion Hall in Greenwood.
Miss Bev Volovsek was at St. Paul, Mn last weekend.
Sherry Langreck of Neillsville is staying for one week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pekol, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pekol, Sr., were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hagen and Peggy at Neillsville last Friday.
On Monday, Joseph Rakovec, Jr. of San Francisco, Ca., and his mother, Mrs. Joseph Rakovec, Sr., and Theresa of Marshfield were visitors here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pekol, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Patridge and family of Scofield had as their guests the parents of Mrs. Patridge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krapf, Sr., last Saturday.
Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. John Pernic, Sr., were: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Volovsek and family of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pernic of Deerfield, Il.; and Mr. and Mrs. John Pernic and family of Cedar Rapids, Ia.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Govek and daughter, Carol, left last week for Richmond, VA., where they will attend the Rural Letter Carrier’s National Convention. They will also visit Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson at Virginia Beach, Va., near the Atlantic Coast.
John Verschay, Fritz Lehto, and Vincent Ruzic were in Milwaukee last week and took in several ball games.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Camiliere of Des Plaines, Il., visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Verschay of Neillsville over the weekend.
Larry Reuter visited last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Ella Reuter of Marengo, Il., and with other relatives and friends there, returning back this week.
Guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. John Scharenbrock were: Mrs. Marie Lusch of Redfield, S. D.; Mrs. Lucille Lunka, Joseph Bayuk, Mrs. Charles Machar, Lyons, Il.; Mrs. Jerome Stremikis and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kippenhan and Karen of Wausau.
Joseph Stamcar of Sheboygan spent some time here with Rose Stamcar and Mr. and Mrs. John Stamcar.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Podboy and children of Waukegan, Il., were here at their Rock Dam cottage last week. Mr. Podboy returned back on Monday, while Mrs. Podboy and children remained for a longer stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Machar were here visiting with relatives for several weeks returning home on Friday.
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