News: Reseburg (16 Feb 1961)
Surnames: Bradle, Lussenden, Frese, Kuester, Mattes, Hodowanic, Doege, Reinke, Dempsey, Kopacz, Starks, Malinowski, Michur, Coates, Hendricks, Vanderloop, Budzinski, Schultze, Dahm, Andruskiewicz, Buss, Burzinski, Reetz, Zimmer
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1961
Our sympathy is extended to the Frank Bradle family for the loss of their father and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lussenden of Gilman visited at the Henry Frese home Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Fred Kuester spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip Mattes and family.
Eugene Hodowanic of Huron spent Friday afternoon at the Ernest Doege home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reinke visited Friday evening at the Harry Dempsey home at Owen.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese visited at the Matt Kopacz home on Saturday evening.
Mrs. Emory Starks and daughters spent Sunday afternoon at the Louis Malinowski home.
Mr. George Michur of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Coates and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendricks and daughter Lorraine and boyfriend of Janesville called at the John Hendricks home on Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese and daughter Lorrain called at the Vanderloop home at Stanley on Thursday afternoon.
A group of friends were entertained at the John Budzinski home on Wednesday evening in honor of Betty’s sixteenth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz and son Billy of Chicago were Saturday afternoon visitors at the John Budzinski home.
Mrs. Nathale Frese and sons visited at the Lee Clark home at Withee on Sunday night.
The following helped Donna Dahm celebrate her birthday on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Andruskiewicz and family of Lublin, Mrs. Edith buss and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. George Budzinski Jr. and family, Mrs. George Burzinski Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Imbert Reetz, Mrs. Bertha Zimmer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burzinski.
Mrs. Philip Mattes and Mrs. Fred Kuester visited Friday afternoon at the Elmer Kuester home.
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