News: Gilman (23 Feb 1967)


Surnames: Micke, Dutzel, Lamberton, Komonac, Schueller, Herman, Victory, Liazuk, Glebke, Schultz, Lee, Damski, Gay, Zakrzewicz, Anderson, Popple, Slota, Brenner, Knapp, Cieslek

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 23 Feb 1967

Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Micke and family of Thorp spent Sunday with his parents, the Clarence Micke's. They helped celebrate his father's birthday.

Ernest Dutzel of Thorp was a Friday dinner guests at the Bion Lamberton home.

Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Komonac and family attended a house warming at the Ervin Schueller home in Sheldon. The Schueller's recently built a new home.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herman were business callers in Thorp Monday afternoon.

The St. Ann's Catholic Society met Sunday afternoon at the George Victory home. A large crod attended.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Liazuk, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Glebke, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Glebke, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schultz attended the funeral Friday afternoon of the late Mrs. Edwin Lee in Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Stanley.

Mrs. Frank Herman visited relatives at the Zastrow Nursing Home Sunday evening.

Mrs. Margie Damski of Lublin spent Tuesday p.m. with Mrs. Ed Gay.

Frank Zakrzewicz of Thorp was a Friday dinner guests at the Stanley Liazuk home.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson of Hannibal spent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Frank Popple.

Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Slota were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Dr. and Mrs. B.R. Slota home in Thorp.

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brenner were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knapp.

Mrs. Henry Cieslek and grandson of Thorp spent Saturday evening at the Ed Gay home.

John Anderson of Westboro spent from Thursday until Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Frank Popple



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