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Glenwood City News – 10-31-2012

Eleanor Heutmaker and Margaret Standaert visited Josephine Maes on Tuesday.

Roger Heutmaker, Galen Heutmaker, LaVon Banks, Paula Standaert and Chuck Betsky of Baldwin entertained at Oktoberfest at Glenhaven on Thursday evening.

Deer’s Bar in Deer Park was just a booming on Thurs. noon for lunch. The snowbirds will soon be heading south for the winter months, so the gals got together. Those attending were Pat Hall, Bonnie Halberg, Sandy Nelson, Theresa Arndt, Karen Marlette, Donna Arcand and Karen Rosen. Snow flurries were seen in the afternoon. Fun was had by all.

My goodness, last week was a busy one here. It was good to see so many people at the fundraiser dinner at Glenhaven, very good, plus the Heutmaker Band played for your listening or dancing pleasure.

On Friday a group of golden oldies from our Senior Center went to the Halloween Bash at the Roberts Senior Center, along with our trusty bus driver, Alfie Schrank. A fun day and some really good costumes – music and dancing too!

Saturday was a busy and fun day at St. John’s Catholic Church bazaar – so many nice things to buy and a good lunch.

AND our Toppers football team did us proud again, on winning their game with Clayton 46-6 last Saturday afternoon! Good job!!

On Friday, the witches and goblins from Glenwood City Senior Center went by bus to Roberts for the “Monster Mash” where they had chili, dancing and all around good fun! Those attending were Al Schrank, our driver, Louise Ullom, Cheryl Hillman, Eileen Schreiber, Lorraine Schouten, Sylvia Bonte, Bob Carlson, Dolly Donavan, Eileen Mrdutt and Velma and Les Crosby.

Dinner guest for a fish fry on Saturday at the Crosby’s were Karen Marlette, Jane Dettman, Lyla and Myron Marlett, Jean and Cliff Anderson, Cathy and Chris Quinn, Sherry and Rob Crosby.

On Friday, Leon and Marie Berenschot joined with Ray and Lana Linberg and they went to Trego where they visited David and Marlice Aspin, Marie and Lana’s brother and wife.