News: Gilman (02 Jun 1966)
Surnames: Hans, Olson, Lamberton, Liazuk, Nigh, Bancroft, Dodge, Romig, Knapp, Hartzell, Nichols, Buyer, Bogumill, Chaplinski, Adler, Heagle, Anderson, Popple, Nichols, Neuman
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02 Jun 1966
Saturday, Mr. Wm. Hans and two daughters of Chicago and Mrs. Sadie Olson of Stanley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bron Lamberton.
Carolyn Liazuk left Sunday for Chicago where she will seek employment.
Cub Scout Troop 86 and their parents enjoyed a picnic dinner at Mondeau Dam Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nigh of Bancroft spent Friday with their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Bron Lamberton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dodge and family of Dorchester were Monday dinner guests at the Glenn Romig home.
Virgil Knapp were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knapp.
Monday picnic supper guests at Lowell Hartzell's were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hartzell and family, and Harry Nichols of Polley and Mrs. Orva Byer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bogumill of Stevens Point were Monday afternoon guests at the Bill Knapp home and in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Chaplinski of Aurora were visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Adler Sr. of Eau Claire spent Memorial Day with his mother, Mrs. Ella Heagle.
The children of Zion Lutheran Sunday School are attending Bible School this week at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Sheldon.
Glenn Anderson of Waukesha and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson and son Freddie of Hannibal were Monday dinner guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Frank Popple. Monday p.m. visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and wife and children from Belvidere, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nichols and family of Ladysmith.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neuman of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her parents, the Glenn Romig's.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Romig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Romig and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neuman spent Monday at Lake Holcombe.
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