News: Reseburg (29 Sep 1966)
Surnames: Lato, Zarada, Frese, Barth, Hendricks, Schofield, Dahm, Ramberg, Detke, Biddle, Bielecki, Jacque, Schieski, Iverson, Haider, Telford, Zwanberg, Nowobielski, Doege, Borowski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 29 Sep 1966
John K. Lato is a patient at the Stanley Hospital and we wish him a speedy recovery.
Susan Zarada spent Saturday afternoon with Maxine Frese.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barth and family of Stanley visited Sunday night at the Gertrude Barth home.
Mrs. John Hendricks and Mrs. Frank Hendricks attended a baby shower on Mrs. Sandra Schofield on Wednesday night.
Mrs. Walter Dahm visited Mrs. Laura Ramberg on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Detke of Youngstown, Ohio spent a week at the house of his sister, Mrs. Dennis Biddle and family.
Margie Bielecki of St. Paul visited Marlis Jacque on Sunday and they also called on Maxine Frese in the afternoon.
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Biddle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Detke of Ohio visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schieski of Eau Claire and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Iverson in Chippewa Falls on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haider and family of Minneapolis spent Sunday at the John K. Lato home.
Mrs. Delia Telford, Mrs. Lena Biddle and Mrs. John Hendricks visited Mrs. Lena Zwanberg Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Biddle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Detke and Mr. and Mrs. George Biddle helped Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Biddle of Stanley celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Hank Nowobilski and Lori visited Monday afternoon at the Walter Dahm home.
Genevieve Lato of Minneapolis spent the weekend at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Doege spent the weekend at the home of their son Harold and family at River Grove, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Biddle and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Detke visited Sunday night at the Sam Borowski home.
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