News: Reseburg (7 Jan 1960)
Surnames: Mahalko, Doege, Noah, Michur, Gulzynski, Benzschawel, Coates, Laisuk, Frese, Biddle, Malinowski, Mendalski, Hendricks, Lockbaum, Barth, Quelle, Jacque, Reinke, Owens, Rossman, Knutson, Buss, Ramburg, Lato, Budzinski, Grabowski, Zwanlung, Telford, Burzinski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 01/07/1960
Mr. and Mrs. George Mahalko and daughter of Medford called at the Ernest Doege home on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Noah and daughter Christine and Sandy spent New Year’s Eve at the Emil Noah home at Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Michur and family of Withee were New Year’s Day dinner guests at the Henry Coates home.
The following helped Michael Gulzynski celebrate his 5th birthday on Dec. 29th: Steve and David Benzschawel, Marlyn Gulzynski, Tommy Coates and Debbie and Gerry Laisuk.
Mrs. Nathale Frese and boys were New Year’s supper guests at the Dennis Biddle home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malinowski and daughter Debby spent the weekend at Stevens Point and Wis. Rapids with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Michur and daughter Marie spent the long New Year’s weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Michur and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mendalski at Waukegan, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks and Mrs. Nellie Hendricks and Mrs. Lena Zwanlung were dinner guests at the George Telford home at Owen on New Year’s Day.
Elizabeth and Mike Lockbaum visited at the John Barth home on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Quelle of Greenwood visited at the Anton Jacque home on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reinke spent Sunday at the Pierce Owens home at Withee, and Nancy returned home with them, after spending her vacation at the home of her sister.
Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Reuben Rossman home were: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Knuston of Eau Claire, Robert Buss of Chippewa Falls, and Mrs. Mary buss and Mrs. Edwin Ramburg.
Mr and Mrs. John K. Lato and Mr. Vincent Lato were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Joe Grabowski home.
Mr. Ronald Budzinski accompanied Harold Doege and Joan Burzinski to his home at Wheaton, Ill., after spending two weeks vacation at the John Budzinski home.
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