News: Morgan Plaza (9 Jan 2002)
Transcriber: Charles Olson
----Source: The Thorp Courier Wed Jan. 9, 2002
MORGAN PLAZA by Virgie Burzynski
On Saturday morning Jody Lawceqicz and Peggy Hoff visited with their mom Vigie Burzynski.
Margie Zasacki returned home after visiting with her daughter and son-in-law, Barb and Lon Mortensen and Family of Showno for Christmas Holidays.
Visiting with Virgie Burzynski on Monday afternoon was Alice Ciolkosz and Wanda Fortek.
On Saturday afternoon Margie Zasacki visited with her sister-in-law Virgie Burzynski.
Welcone Helen Kostick to our home, hope you'll like it here.
Visiting with Stanley and Wanda Szymoniak on Sunday were Adam and Mary Pawlicki of Lubin.
On Sunday Stash and Jody Lawcewicz and Birgi Burzynski went to visit their daughter and sister, Judy and Dean Anderson and have Christmas and New Years Dinner. Joining them was Douglas and Melissa and few friends. Judy had a great meal and then they watched the Packer game which of course "yeah Packers" they won. Douglas, Virgie's Grandson, will be leaving for Pinehurst, GA to resume his job doing construction work, after a three week vacation.
Virgie Christopherson and family of Withee visited with her mom Wanda Fortek. They went to dinner at the Thorpedo to celebrate Wanda's birthday. Happy Birthday Wanda, "Sto Lat."Have a healthy and happy many years to come.
Hary and Margaret Badzinski spent an enjoyable family gathering a Bill and Mary Badzinski on December 30th in Stanley.
Visiting with Margie Zasacki on Wednesday were Ann Kryzanaki and Mary Rossman.
Visiting with Wahda Fortek ass Nellie Koszikowski and Ann Wozniak on Wednesday.
Micheal Heizen of Milwaukee and Kayla visited Eran Ruff on the 27th of December.
Cel Moskiewicz visited her daughter and family of Junction City for the Christmas Holidays.
CORRECTION: In the gathering at Virgie Burzynski's for Christmas Eve Wigilia,Supper Judy and Dean Anderson of Pinehurst, GA also attended.
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