News: Thorp (24 Nov 1966)
Surnames: Vanderhyden, Jaeger, Van Loo, Bogumill, Cook Graham, Blazel, Polnaszek, Decker, Badzinski, Rusch, Kowoleski, Manicki, Geeheuk, Ryals, Ramberg, Marshall, Willman, Hull, Lew, Kelley
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 24 Nov 1966
Richard Vanderhyden and Mike Jaeger of Milwaukee spent the weekend at the W.G. Vanderhyden home.
Mrs. Kate Van Loo entertained the "500 Club" at her home on Tuesday.
Mrs. Kate Van Loo and Mrs. Jeanette Bogumill spent last Thursday visiting in Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cook visited at the Frank Graham home on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blazel and children of Madison spent the weekend at the Tom Polnaszek home and visited with other friends and relatives in Thorp. They visited Sunday in Holcombe at the Frank Bogumill home.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Decker of Milwaukee were supper guests on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hollis Decker.
Robert Badzinski of St. Paul spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Badzinski.
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Cook and sons David and Pvt. Douglas Cook of Molden, Illinois and girlfriend of Tiskivala, Ill. Spent Saturday at the Edmund Cook home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cook visited at the Bernie Rusch home on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Florian Kowoleski of Wausau were dinner guests at the Tom Polnaszek home on Monday. Mrs. Lucy Manicki, who has been visiting at the Polnaszek home, returned home with them.
Mr. Arlin Decker Jr. and Steve Geeheuk of Milwaukee were supper guests at the home of Mrs. Hollis Decker on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Scooter Ryals of Marshfield visited with Mrs. Charles Ramberg on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Marshall and son and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willman and son are visiting at the Percy Marshall home.
Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Willman and Mrs. Hull spent Sunday in Wausau.
Mrs. Walter Lew of Withee left on a trip to Seattle, Wash., where she will visit her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelley.
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