News: Gilman (13 Apr 1967)


Surnames: Romig, Neuman, Dodge, Dutzel, Lamberton, Anderson, Gay, Stuttgen, Nigh, Levitt, Korneszuk, Prasnicky, Liazuk, Glebke, Kocheras, Dombroski, Slota, O'Connell, Popple, Komonac

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Apr 1967

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Romig and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neuman of Minneapolis spent Sunday at the John Dodge home in Dorchester.

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

John Anderson spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Frank Popple. Freddie Anderson of Hannibal, a grandson, visited Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Romig returned home Tuesday, March 28, after spending 2 months in Fullerton, Calif. Visiting his brother and sister and families.

Bob Gay of Minneapolis spent the weekend at his parental home here.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stuttgen of Stanley visited his mother, Mrs. Theresa Stuttgen, and also visited the Clarence Micke's Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. George Nigh of Bancroft and Mrs. Alice Levitt of Plainfield spent Wednesday at the Bion Lamberton home.

Miss Bonnie Korneszuk, a teacher at Wis. Rapids, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mary Korneszuk and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Komonac and and family were Sunday visitors at the home of the latter's brother, Eddie Prasnicky and family at Sheldon.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Liazuk and her father Martin Glebke visited Mrs. Glebke at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield on Sunday.

Sunday, Mrs. Peter Kocheras of Merrill was a dinner and supper guest at the Victor Dombroski home.

Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Slota were Eau Claire shoppers Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Connell left Friday for Lee Center, Minn., where they attended the Germschle-Sencles wedding, Saturday morning. They returned home Sunday night.



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