News: Eidsvold (12 Nov 1959)
Surnames: Smasal, Wolter, Hagen, Hanson, Haas, Manier, Henderson, Reppert, Knapp, Kiraly, Van Ert, Stelter, White, Malen, Lund, Setzer, Halterman, Gilbert, Fitzl, Buresh, Kinderman, Vitort, William, Lesiewicz, Rasmussen, Pagel
----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark Co., Wis.) 11/12/1959
Mr. and Mrs. Art Smasal and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wolter visited at the Sam Hagen home Wednesday evening to help Elmer Hagen celebrate his birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanson and children of Breezy Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haas Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Jake Manier attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Joe Henderson at the Vernon Reppert home Tuesday evening.
Billy and Earl David Knapp were overnight guests of their sister, Mrs. Dean Kiraly and family Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Van Ert and children spent from Thursday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van Ert.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stelter and Dorina were business callers in Eau Claire and also called at the Floyd Stelter home in Bateman Tuesday.
Mrs. Clarence White and sons Jerry and Bobby and A/3c Dick White and wife and baby and Mrs. Glen Malen and baby of Waterloo, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lund and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Setzer and family also visited there Sunday. Mrs. Manier and baby remained for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrol Halterman and family spent Sunday afternoon and evening at her sister, Mrs. Lyle Gilbert’s home in Worden at a birthday party for their father, John Fitzl.
LaVerne Buresh, who is convalescing after a hernia operation at his sister, Mrs. Lary Kinderman of Chippewa, visited at the James Vitort home Saturday evening.
Mrs. Joe Haas is census taker for the town of Thorp.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve William and Junior visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lesiewicz Sunday afternoon.
The Birthday Club met at the Robert Rasmussen home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pagel visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Stelter and family Tuesday evening.
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