News: Reseburg (27 Oct 1960)
Surnames: Swienton, Jacque, Hendricks, Telford, Biddle, Spaeth, Starks, Doege, Thieke, Budzinski, Haas, Grajkowski, Wald, Kopacz, Harycki, Haider, Lato, Hagen, Walteraitis, Dudansky, Kopacz , Malinowski, Russell, Quelle, Frese
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 10/27/1960
Our sympathy is extended to the Anton Jacque family for the loss of her mother, Mrs. Frank Swienton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendricks and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendricks and daughter of Withee, and Mr. and Mrs. George Telford and son of Owen spent Tuesday evening at the Alfred Telford home at Stratford and helped Arlin celebrate his birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Biddle and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Biddle and family spent Friday evening at the George Spaeth home in Stanley.
Mrs. Emery Starks and twins visited at the Malinowski home on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Doege and George Thieke and Dora Quelle of Withee attended the funeral of Ernest and Dora’s uncle, Tom Russell, at Butternut on Wednesday morning.
Mrs. John Budzinski, son Eugene, and George Haas and their guests Mrs. Joe Grajkowski and Mrs. Henry Frese, attended the Production Credit Association meeting and dinner at Chippewa Falls on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wald of Stanley spent Monday at the Dennis Biddle home.
Mr. and Mrs. Math Kopacz visited at the Martin Harycki home on Monday evening.
Peter Haider and sons, and also Genevieve Lato from Minneapolis spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lato.
Sam and Elmer Hagen of Stanley spent Thursday at the Fred Biddle home.
The following helped Mrs. Victoria Walteraitis celebrate her birthday on Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dudansky, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kopacz, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grajkowski and Bernard Jacque.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrickson spent Thursday evening at the George Telford home at Owen.
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