News: Butler (4 Apr 1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Reineke, Bauer, Mayenschein, Dubicki, Morrison, Burrington, Bizjak, Kistner, Andruskiewicz, Schlinsog, Kile, Kuehl, Wavrunek, Cesafsky, Collins, Palmer, McIntyre
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/04/1974
Butler (4 April 1974)
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reineke visited Sunday at the Arthur Bauers home in Fairchild.
Marylynn Mayenschein and Mrs. David Mayenschein and daughters of Milwaukee were weekend guests at the Curt Mayenschein home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mayenschein, Marylynn and Mrs. David Mayenschein and daughters were dinner guests at the Norman Mayenschein home in Greenwood. Joey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mayenschein, received his first Holy Communion. Mrs. David Mayenschein and daughters also visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dubicki, in Thorp.
Recent visitors at the Arthur Morrison home were Alvin Reineke of Eau Claire and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burrington of Elk Mound.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bizjak were dinner guests at the Joe Bizjak home in Greenwood Sunday. In the afternoon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kistner at Mead Lake.
Mrs. Curt Mayenschein called at the Frank Andruskiewiczs at Thorp Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison visited Tuesday evening at the Dick Schlinsog home in Marshfield.
Mr and Mrs. Bud Kile of Owen visited Mrs. John Kile and kenneth Sunday. In the afternoon they drove to Thorp and visited Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Kuehl.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wavrunek of Neillsville and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cesafsky and Gene of Eau Claire visited at the Collins home Sunday.
Mrs. Pirl Burrington was guest of honor at a birthday dinner Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Palmer took the Burrington’s on an outing to Eau Claire.
Ralph McIntyre and Fred Burrington of Elk Mound sawed wood for Pirl Burrington Wednesday.
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