News: Thorp (03 Feb 1966)
Surnames: Pagel, Bohn, Dudansky, Danielewicz, Steszynski, Wohlleben, Johnson, Kinney, Widmer, Nowicki, Schmidt, Leskinen, Gassen, Boie, Gilbertson, Hickman, Badzinski, Clancy, Zukowski, Lumplain, Winiarczyk, Bohn,
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 03 Feb 1966
Mr. and Mrs. John Pagel of Owen called at the home of Louis Page, Sr. Monday afternoon. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohn and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dudansky, Mrs. Steve Danielewicz, Miss Mary Pagel, Mrs. Sophie Steszynski and Mrs. Theron Page and sons.
Mrs. Walter Wohlleben and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson of Thorp took Mr. Wohlleben to Minneapolis, Minn. on Saturday, where he boarded a plane for Portland, Oregon, where he will visit with his daughter, Mrs. June Kinney and family.
Miss Shirley Widmer of Withee and Miss Diane Nowicki visited Sunday and were dinner guests of Ardis Schmidt.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leskinen of Eau Claire visited Saturday afternoon at Louis Pagel, Sr.
Mrs. Gary Gassen of Colfax called at the Rich Boie home in Thorp on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gilbertson and family helped Mrs. Hickman celebrate her birthday on Friday evening.
Remember the men's annual card party at St. Bernard's, 8 p.m., Feb. 13th. Have an evening of enjoyment with you friends and neighbors, and you may be a lucky prize winner too, if you're there.
Diane Badzinski of Minneapolis, Minn. spent the weekend at her parentl home in Thorp.
Mrs. Ann Clancy of Milwaukee spent the week at the home of Mrs. Hattie Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zukowski and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Zukowski and family of Owen, all were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Estelle Zukowski, and helped her celebrate her birthday.
Rev. James Lumplain of St. Louis, Mo. Was a dinner guests at the Frank Winiarczyk home in Thorp on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohn and Mrs. Steven Danielewicz visited the latter's husband, Steve, at Stanley Victory Memorial Hospital on Sunday afternoon.
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