News: Reseburg & Mead (5 Feb. 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Zurackowski, Malasuk, Trybula, Bojariski, Meske, Karpinski, Pagel, Seamn, Powszukiewicz, Williams, Kippenham, Lisechi, Letwenich, Filipek, Borowski, Lendowski

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 12 Feb. 1942

Reseburg & Mead

Lawrence and Johnnie Zurackowski visited with Stanley Malasuk Sunday afternoon.

Frank Trybula and Casmier Bojariski is cutting fence post for Frank Meske.

Frank Meske was a business caller at Bill Karpinski Friday afternoon.

Louis Pagel had a farewell dance at Legion Hall Wednesday and ever day sure celebrated it strong and went home happy.

The boys that left for military service were Louis Pagel, Art Seaman, and John Powszukiewicz Friday afternoon from Thorp.

Mrs. and Mr. Dewey Williams were to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kippenham Wednesday afternoon.

A baby girl born to Mrs. Alvin Kippenham last week and weighed at her birth 8 ½ lbs and they are very proud of it.

John Lisechi buzzed his wood Thursday by Stanley Borowski rig.

Mrs. Joe Malasuk and Stanley were business callers in Neillsville Thurs. forenoon.

Roman Letwenich was business caller at Bill Karpinski place Saturday afternoon.

Joe Malasuk has got sick cow and is in very bad shape looks like nothing is getting better with all care its taking of and medicine.

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams were visiting with Mrs. John Filipek Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Borowski was on a business call at Frank Lendowski place Friday morning.



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