News: Thorp (29
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Surnames: Stozak, Malaszuk, Badginski, Kippenhan, Briske, Williams, Kulig, Turaenne, Lendosky, Suchomski, Zukowski, Presczsymcki, Herman, Salwach, Lato, Wnek, Rogalski, Ponek, Sopiarz, Osowski, Lendosky, Bonk, Krych, Novovielski, Beniszkewicz, Rabich, Sniegowski, Saborowicz, Anezewski
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 29 Feb. 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stozak and family of Gilman and Miss Wanda Malaszuk spent Wednesday at the Walter Badginski home.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kippenhan, Frank Briske and Frank Malaszuk spent Sunday afternoon at the Rollin Williams home.
A number of people attended the funeral services of Miss Marie Marsaylek, held at St. Hedwig’s church Tuesday. Being a housekeeper for the most Rev. F. A. Kulig, she was known and loved by all.
Miss Mary Ann Turaenne is enjoying a few weeks visiting friends in Owen, Wis.
Miss Pauline Lendosky, who is attending business school in Wausau, spent Wednesday at home.
Among those who attended the funeral of Miss Marie Marsaylek in Independence, were her body was laid to rest in the St. Paul and Peter Cemetery, are: the Rev. F. A. Kulig, Mrs. N. Suchosmki, Tillie and Alyce Zukowski, Martha Jasko?, Mary Preczsymcki, Ann Herman, Carrie Salwach, Wanda Malaszuk, Nellie Lato, Louise Wnek, Clara Rogalski, Marge Pryzblyski, Antonette Ponek, Valeria Sopiarz, Josephine Pajak, Sophie Sczatolowicz, Ann Osowski, Joe Badginski, Stanley Malaszuk, Rudolph Lendosky, Edward Bonk, Frank Krych, Leon Novobielski, Leon Moczarny, Louis Wojtkewicz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deniszkewicz, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pabich, Mr. and Mrs. Zrodkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pietrak, Mr. and Mrs. George Zukowski and son, Felis, Mrs. A. Karpinski, Victor Zulinski, Mrs. Pietrak, Mrs. Markowski, Mrs. I. Pryzblyski, Mrs. J. Sniegowski, Mrs. J. Rogalski, Mrs. W. Badginski, Mrs. Sczygiel, Mrs. M. Pieczsymcki, Mrs. Rytcerz, Mrs. F. Nieman, Mrs. R. Anezewski, Victor Saborowicz, all of Thorp.
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