News: Butler (20 Sep 1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Osowski, Irish, Bizjak, Kile, Burrington, Grajkowski, Schesel, Guibord, Conklin, Palmer, Gross, Hazen, Hall, Mayenschein, Miller, Cesafsky, Morrison, Greer, Lockrem, Reineke, Stremikis, Dickow, Schlinsog, Washborn, Tieman
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/20/1973
Butler (20 September 1973)
Miss Cindy Osowski of Eau Claire spent Thursday and Friday at the Edward Irish home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bizjak and family of Wausau visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Bizjak.
Kenneth Kile went to Marshfield Wednesday, where he expects to be employed.
Mrs. Pirl Burrington accompanied her co-workers, Mrs. Evelyn Grajkowski and Mrs. Pearl Schesel, to a meeting of the Dairyland chapter cooks at Augusta Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Keven Guibord and son of Chippewa Falls visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pirl Burrington, Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Conklin visited the Marshfield Clinic one day last week.
Visitors at the Palmer home Monday were the Rev. and Mrs. LeRoy Gross of Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Vian Hazen of Eau Claire.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence hall of Wisconsin Rapids spent the weekend at the Curt Mayenschein home.
Mrs. Harold Miller of Thorp visited Mrs. John Kile one day last week.
Gene Cesafsky of Eau Claire called at the Collins home Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Morrison visited Mrs. Mary Greer in Stanley one day last week.
Those from this area attending the Lockrem-Reineke wedding in Eau Claire Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reineke.
We are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stremikis and family from our neighborhood. They are moving into their new home at Willard. Mrs. Sandra Dickow and daughter will be living in the house vacated by the Stremikis family.
Mrs. Arthur Morrison spent Wednesday in Marshfield at the Dick Schlinsog home.
Mrs. Joyce Washborn of Milwaukee visited several days at the Charles Tiemans.
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