History: Clark Co., Wis., Naturalization Hearings (12 Jun 1940)
Contact: Kenneth Wood
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald June 12, 1940
36 Appicants Ask To Be Naturalized
Thirty six aliens expect to become citizens at the hearing to be conducted before Judge E. W. Crosby in Circuit Court here Tuesday morning, June 18 at 10 o'clock. C.R. Berg, St Paul, Minn, will conduct the examination of the alien applicants.
Included in the group are eight German aliens, eight Polish, four Swiss, fice Finlanders, three English, three Jugo-Slovanians, two Bohemians, two Scandanavians, and one Scotch-Irish alien. The names of the petitioners and their native countries are as follows:
Poland-Mary Szflarski, Levis; Frank Muzynoski, Levis; Caroline Rohland, Hixon; Stanley Pszeniczny, Reseburg; Josephine Staron, Thorp; Antonia Slachetka, Thorp; Maria Jaskot, Withee; Mary Karpinski, Resebueg.
Germany-Hans Heimke, Granton; Wilhelmia Benzmann, Colby; Martha Lentz, Hixon; Mary Louise Youmans, Abbotssford; Reinhold F. Stickert, Fremont; Rudolph Tanner, Warner; Mattie Lange, Seif; Emma Wolfe, Loyal.
Finland-Hilda Santala, Hixon; Eli Susanna Koski, Hixon; Whino Ensie Mannikko, Hoard; Selma Ruuska, Hoard; Helga Marja Laine, Hixon
Switzerland-Gottfried Gysin, Hewett; Anna Lieser Gysin, Hewett; Arnold Matti, Mentor; Werner Gempeler, Greenwood
England-Eva Evans, Loyal; Dencie Lenser, Curtiss; Mary Lenser, Curtiss
Jugo-Slovania-Katarina Popovich, Hendren; Eli Bogodonovich, Hendren; Michael Lesnjak, Hendren
Bohemia-Mary Ann Vorbora, Lynn; Maire Kunesh, Thorp
Scandanavian-Maren Anna Bragstad, Geenwood; Emelia Berg, Fremont
Scothch-Irish-Leon Sylvester Phillips, Mentor
Two other petitioners, Olga Libby Matas, Granton, and John Luniewski, Thorp, have died since filing their applications.
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