Naturalization Day (1928)
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: Shufer, Jerine, Gloff, Warjanen, Cutkowski, Kosieracki, Gunta,Trunkel, Janezick, Pozega, Marineech, Szubarczyk, Stoneburg, Sobrbowicz, Oisler, Jensen, Maki, Briske, Crosby
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Saturday, 20 Oct 1928
NATURALIZATION DAY TO BE NOVEMBER 14
23 Will Apply For Citizenship During Fall Term Of Circuit Court
Naturalization day for Clark county will be held at the court house at Neillsville on Nov. 14, according to the information given out by E. W. Crosby, circuit judge of the Seventeenth district, who presides over the counties of Clark, Jackson and Juneau.
According to the constitution of the United States no applicant can be taken into citizenship within 30 days of any presidential election. Fir that reason, naturalization day could not be held the first day of the fall term of court this year, as is the usual procedure.
The following is the list of Clark county applicants who will be examined on Nov. 14 for citizenship at Neillsville:
Kathryne Schufer, Greenwood; Mary Jerine, Owen; Emil Gloff, Neillsville; Santer Warjanen, Owen; Stanley Cutkowski, Thorp; Tom Kosieracki, Thorp; Tom Gunta, Thorp; John Trunkel, Willard; Anton Janezick, Willard; Tom Pozega, Willard; John Marineech, Willard; Ludwig Szubarczyk, Thorp; Bert Stoneburg, Greenwood; Victor Sobrbowicz, Thorp; Frank Sobrbrowicz, Thorp Angelonia Oisler, Loyal; Marimus Jensen, Withee; Frank Y. Maki, Owen; Mike Briske, Greenwood; Mary Briske, Greenwood
*** Note: The spelling of Victor and Frank's last names are as given in the paper.
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