News: Reseburg (25 Sep 1969)
Surnames: Malinowski, Noah, Slowiak, Frese, Lato, Supple, Budzinski, Brenner, Wink, Jacque, Heck, Truckey, Benzschawel, Baures, Graham, Biddle, Barth, Gardner, Pakiz, Jensen, Kuester
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 25 Sep 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malinowski had the misfortune of having their home ruined by fire on Saturday morning.
Mrs. Verlan Noah and Jo Ann and Susan visited at the Julian Slowiak home on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Henry Frese and Maxine attended a bridal shower on Stephanie Lato and Forrest Supple at St. Mary’s Hall in Stanley on Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Budzinski and Bernard, Betty and Tammy were Sunday afternoon guests at the Jack Budzinski home, in honor of their anniversary.
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brenner and Albert Wink Jr. helped Mrs. Bernard Jacque celebrate her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Budzinski visited at the Mack Heck home at Hannibal on Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Roger Frese home at Withee.
Randy, Lori and Ricky Truckey spent Monday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Budzinski.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacque visited at the LeRoy Brenner home on Saturday night.
Miss Kathy Benzschawel and David Baures of Milwaukee, and John Benzschawel of Eau Claire spent the weekend at the Ervin Benzschawel home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Graham of Appleton were Sunday dinner guests at the Dennis Biddle home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Budzinski and Bernard and Tammy, and Mr. Joe Truckey and Randy were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the Eugene Budzinski home.
Mrs. Gertrude Barth and Fred attended a shower on Betty Gardner and Dave Pakiz at the Warner Town Hall.
Judy and Donna Jensen of Milwaukee spent the weekend at their home here.
Mrs. Elmer Kuester visited Gertrude Barth on Tuesday night.
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