News: Thorp (01 Sep 1966)
Surnames: Schmidt, Hull, Marshall, Lund, Haas, Hansen, Zakrzewicz, Diesiada, Neiman, Korn, Posssley, Konieczny, Moczarny, Johnson, Soeller, Geisler, Fortek, Lesniewski, Vanderhyden, Bandor, Lindquist
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 01 Sep 1966
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schmidt of Milwaukee took Sr. Hermies back to Hanover, Mass. Where she will teach for the next term. She visited home folks for a week. Two other Sisters accompanied them. They visited Niagara Falls, Cape Cod and Portland, Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. E.N. Hull and family of Syracuse, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hull and family of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. David Hull and family of Wausau, Mrs. Donald Marshall and Mrs. Alta B. Lund and family of Eau Claire, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hull and family of Manitowoc, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Haas of Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen and family of Spencer spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Orpha Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zakrzewicz and son, Rev. Father Louis, and Miss Regina Diesiada, all of Chicago, visited last Tuesday afternoon with their sister, Mrs. Francis Neiman, and also visited other relatives. They left Wednesday morning for Lake Delavan, Ill., where they will spend their vacation.
Mrs. Margaret Korn of Chippewa Falls visited with Mrs. Edith Possley Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Konieczny and family of Elmwood Park, Ill. Spent a week and a half with his parents at Stanley, Wis. They left Wednesday to visit with Mrs. Konieczny's brother, Pete Moczarny at Cavour, Wis.
Mr. Peter Possley of River Forest, Ill. Spent part of last week with Mrs. Edith Possley.
Mrs. Alex Soeller spent Sunday at the Ervin Geisler home in Greenwood.
Mrs. Chester Johnson returned home on Monday, after spending several days with her sister, Miss Lorraine Lindquist in Chicago.
Mrs. Stanley Fortek, Mrs. Frank Lesniewski, and Mrs. W.W. Vanderhyden Jr. visited with Mrs. Jess Bandor, who is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Chippewa Falls, on Monday.
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