Anton (1880 - 1940)
Surnames: Malinowski, LaSota, Novak, Boguski, Wojtkiewicz
----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 03/28/1940
Malinowski, Anton (10 MAR 1880 - 23 MAR 1940)
Anton Malinowski, 60, passed away at the hospital at Marshfield on Saturday evening last, after an illness of six days. His death was caused by an internal growth. Funeral services are being held Wednesday morning, March 27th at nine o’clock at St. Hedwig’s Church. An obituary will be published in the "Courier" next week.
(Follow on in 4/4/2007 Thorp Courier)
Anton Malinowski, 60, passed away at the hospital at Marshfield at 7:30 o’clock, Saturday evening, March 23rd, 1940, after an illness of six days in which efforts of physicians and surgeons to save his life proved futile. His death was caused by a growth and bowel obstruction.
The deceased was born in Poland on March 10, 1880, and came to America when but thirteen years of age. He was united in marriage to Marie LaSota at St. Hedwig’s Church, Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), on Sept. 8, 1904. In 1912 Mr. Malinowski went into partnership with Florian Anyzewski and they built the Concert Hall and tavern now owned by Mike Sneider, on the corner of Washington and School St. In the years 1919 Mr. Malinowski sold his business here and purchased a large farm five and one-half miles east of Thorp where he resided until his death. He had been employed in Thorp’s pilot seat, won by a large majority…(some words missing)…half years.
He leaves to mourn, his wife, Marie, one son, Maylond, of Thorp; three daughters, Miss Estelle Malinowski of Green Bay; Marie (Mrs. Frank Novak Jr.) of Princeton, Ann (Mrs. E.H. Boguski) of Green Bay; one brother, Ben Malinowski of Thorp, and one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Wojtkiewicz of the Town of Withee, Wis.
Tony, as he was called, we do not believe, had an enemy in the world. His death came as a shock to the entire community and that circle of sorrowing friends was large who gathered to pay their last respects.
A short service was read by officers of the Polish National Alliance Group No. 646, of Thorp, of which the deceased was a member, at the Bogumill Funeral Home on Wednesday morning, March 27th, and funeral services were conducted by Rev. F.A. Kulig and Rev. Thos. Adamiak at nine o’clock at St. Hedwig’s Church. He was laid to rest in the parish cemetery nearby. Pallbearers were Tom Szatalowicz, Joe Moczarny, Tom Polnaszek, Chas. Deniszkiewicz, Jos Tobola and Louis Papierniak.
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