News: Thorp Locals
(15 May 1947)
Surnames: Czyzewicz, Wojcik, Dombrowski, Jacque, Mayer, Boardman, Sabrowsky, Polnaszek, Elkins, Wagner, Lukaszewski, Mazurek, Beller, Pratt, Gotter, Manicki, Bogumill, Roesler, Buss, Snyder, Tamm, Snyder
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 05/15/1947
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Czyzewicz and family and Mrs. John Wojcik spent Saturday at Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls.
Victor Dombrowski spent Sunday evening at the Tony Jacque home.
John Wojcik returned to Granton after spending the weekend at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mayer of Milwaukee were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Boardman and family.
Earl Sabrowsky of Marshfield spent the weekend at the John Wojcik home.
Thos. Polnaszek, R. E. Elkins and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Wagner attended the spring conference of the American Legion Seventh District at Westby on Saturday last.
Mrs. M. Lukaszewski returned to her home in Chicago after spending some time at the Mary Mazurek home.
Sister Rosaline of Denver, Colo., spent several days here the past week with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Beller.
Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Celon Gotter of Loyal, attended the Evangelistic meeting, Sunday evening in the Methodist Church. After the services they visited at the Hugo Roesler home.
Stanley Manicki of Hartland, Wis. will be at the home of Mrs. Jos. Bogumill on Thursday and Friday of this week. Anyone interest in having venetian blinds fitted and made at this time call 202 for prices and details.
Mrs. Hugo Roesler spent Sunday afternoon a the Herman Buss home in Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Snyder and Mrs. Geo. Tamm were business visitors in Minneapolis last weekend. The ladies, who operate the Thorp Fashion Store, attended the Style Show in preparing for buying their fall merchandise.
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