News: Reseburg (30 Mar 1961)
Surnames: Frese, Grajkowski, Jacque, Budzinski, Barth, Noah, Dombroski, Malinowski, Navarre, Stark, Schomer, Kopacz, Wiles, Hendricks, Looney, Missling, Biddle, Dahm, Burzynski, Reetz, Bier
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 03/30/1961
The following helped Gerald Frese celebrate his birthday Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grajkowski and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jacque and family, and Jack Budzinski.
Mrs. Conrad Barth of Greenwood accompanied her nephew and friends on Friday to Marshfield; from there they left for Phoenix, Ariz., where she will visit at the home of her brother.
Larry Frese and friends spent the weekend in Milwaukee with his brother, Robert, and also his sister, Mrs. Verlan Noah and family, at Hales Corner.
Mrs. Victor Dombroski and family of Gilman spent the weekend at the Anton Jacque home.
Conrad Barth Jr. of Milwaukee is spending some time at the home of his mother at Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malinowski and Donald visited at the John Navarre home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Malinowski and family and Frank spent Saturday afternoon at the Emory Stark home.
Pat Schomer of St. Paul, Minn., spent the week at the Matt Kopacz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malinowski visited at the Jerry Wiles home on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks and Mrs. James Looney and daughter visited at the Frank Hendricks home at Withee on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Missling of Withee visited at the Dennis Biddle home on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Joe Grajkowski and sons, Edward and Mathew, were Chippewa Falls shoppers on Saturday.
Pat Schomer of St. Paul and Bernard Jacque were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Anton Jacque home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Dahm and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. George Burzynski and family helped Imbert Reetz celebrate his birthday Sunday evening.
Mrs. Roger bier and daughter of Beloit and Mrs. George Burzynski and daughters visited at the Walter Dahm home on Sunday afternoon.
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