News: Reseburg & Mead (23 July 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Paprocki, Tyicki, Malasuk, Onisicznk, Briske, Zajonc, Lato, Trybula, Karpinski, Williams, Hickman, Broda, Tomkowiak, Papowiciz, Biddle, Mattes, Hilgret, Amendt

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 23 July 1942

Reseburg & Mead - by Wanda Malasuk

George Paprocki and Caroline Tyicki came from Milwaukee are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Malasuk and family.

Egmund Onisicznk visited with Stanley Malasuk Friday evening.

Miss Angaline Briske left for Chicago Saturday from her two weeks vacation at her parent’s home she visited.

Louis Zajonc was a business caller at Felix Lato place Wednesday evening.

Joe Trybula visited with Bill Karpinksi Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams helped Bill Hickman with his hay Wednesday all day.

John Broda and his son are busy cutting thistles where people are not cutting them as they were notified already.

Goff School had their yearly meeting on Monday as to get a new start for school so is to Educate Children.

The rain that was Wednesday night caused lot of damage road washed out bridges and some culverts, all around and hay washed under fences that was cut and had to be hauled out on hill to dry again.

Mr. and MRs. Paul Tomkowiak visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Williams Sunday.

Joe Lato visited with Jaskot Boys Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Papowiciz left for Chicago Wednesday from their two weeks vacation at their parent’s home.

George Biddle was business caller at Art Mattes Sunday forenoon.

Albert Hilgret visited with Eric Amendt Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suda were visiting in Willard Sunday afternoon.

Mike Briske visited with Frank Briske Thursday.

John Mikett purchased a new rubber tire wagon this last week to haul hay as it was wet for other kind.

Suda Bros had purchased a new Boiler for their factory last week.



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