News: Reseburg (22 Feb 1968)
Surnames: Malinowski, Jaks, Sorenson, Schommer, Jacque, Churkey, Reinke, Biddle, Budolfson, Frese, Lato, Harder, Barth, Knadjek, Rittner, Dahm, Buss, Schmidt, Burzynski, Andruskiewicz, Jodie, Noah, Novobielski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Feb 1968
St. Agnes Circle is sponsoring a Variety Party on Sunday evening, Feb 25th at St. Hedwig's School Basement at 8:00 o'clock and everybody is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malinowski and Donald visited at the Steve Jaks home on Sunday afternoon.
Roy Sorenson of Chicago, Tom Schommer of River Falls and Walter Schommer of Hudson spent the weekend at the Bernard Jacque home.
Mrs. Kenneth Churkey of Spencer, Mrs. Emory Sorenson and Jean of Withee visited Sunday at the Walter Reinke home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Biddle visited at the Ed Budolfson home Thursday night.
Mrs. Anton Jacque and Evelyn and Mrs. Louis Malinowski visited at the Henry Frese home on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lato and family of Brookfield, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harder and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the home of their mother, Mrs. Katherine Lato.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barth, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barth and Donald were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Gertrude Barth home.
Marlis Jacque and Marleen Knadjek of St. Paul spent the weekend at the Anton Jacque home.
Mrs. Paul Ritter and Cathy of Granton visited at the Henry Frese home on Thursday.
The following helped Donna Dahm celebrated her sixteenth birthday on Sunday afternoon: Bob Alger, Mrs. Edith Buss and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. George Burzynski and Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Andruskiewicz and Diane and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahm, Mrs. Marlyn Dahm and Duane of Boyd and Linda and Marilyn Jodie of Cadott.
James Frese spent Saturday afternoon and evening at the Henry Frese home.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Noah of Greenwood visited at the Emmett Frese home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malinowski visited at the Leon Novobielski home Sunday night.
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