News: Thorp (26 Oct 1967)
Surnames: Possley, Neis, Stigen, Ebben, Abitz, Delmore, Dudansky, Presmicki, Daniel, Kaminski, Welzien, Blasczyk, Danielewicz, Grueschow, Manicki, Pawlak, Polnaszek, Kaczor, Herman, Soderberg, Hastreiter, Soeller, Fell, Badzinski, Wyczawski, Decker, Larson, Olejniczak, Burzynski, Davis, Graham, Dalles, Paulser, Panek, Boie, Cook, Huls, Witt, Soborowicz, Kodl, Czech, Meyer, Sieroczuk, Przyczyna, Meske, Badzinski, Heiting, Larson, Raciborski
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 26 Oct 1967
Mrs. Nick Possley of Fond du Lac spent several days with Mrs. Charles Possley.
Dr. F.P. Neis and son Francis of Marshfield attended the funeral of William J. Neis at Oshkosh last Saturday. William was Dr. Neis' older brother. His death was the first in a family of eight.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stigen of Withee, Mrs. Bertha Dudansky and Mrs. Martha Herman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abitz at Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ebben and children, Michelle and Tim of Waunakee, Wis. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delton Ebben.
Mrs. Nick Possley of Fond du Lac and Mrs. Charles Possley and Bertha Dudansky spent Thursday with Mrs. James Delmore of Eau Claire.
Sheila Beth Presmicki of Wausau returned home after spending a week with her grandparents, the Mike Kaminski's.
Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Daniel were Sunday afternoon and dinner guests at the Emil Welzien home.
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Blasczyk and friends of Chicago spent the past week visiting at the homes of Steve, Chester, and Zigmund Danielewicz.
Mrs. Malcolm Grueschow drove her mother and sister, Mrs. Stanley Manicki and Sandra, and Mrs. Joseph Pawlak up to Thorp from Hartland for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Polnaszek.
Miss Ruth Kaczor of Plum City spent the weekend at home. On Sunday Mrs. Louis Kaczor and son, Bill, accompanied her to Plum City.
Mrs. Martha Herman arrived home on Friday evening, after spending a week with her children in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Soderberg, Mrs. Arthur Soderberg, Mrs. Harry Meske and Barbara spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hastreiter of Woodruff, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Soeller of Stanley spent Wednesday evening at the Alex Soeller home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fell of Kewaskum, Wis. spent Wednesday evening at the Alex Soeller home, and were overnight guests there.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Badzinski attended the funeral of Laurence Heiting at Appleton on Oct. 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Val Wyczawski and son Rich visited with their daughter Dolores of St. Paul, and also spent eh weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wyczawski in St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wyczawski and son Jim, and Mr. and Mrs. Val Wyczawski and son Rich, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wyczawski of New Ulm, Minn.
Mrs. Hollis Decker and Darrell and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Decker of Owen attended the funeral of Mrs. Decker's brother-in-law, Mrs. James Larson, in Red Granite n Tuesday afternoon of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olejniczak of Rochester, Minn. were supper guests at the Eugene Raciborski home on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Burzynski, Steven and Keven, were visitors at the William Pawlak and Richard Davis home on Friday evening.
Visitors at the Frank Graham home the past week were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dalles, Mrs. Dick Paulser and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Panek, Dale Boie, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Cook, Mrs. Henry Huls, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Witt and family, Mrs. Norval Boie and Cpl. Arlyn Boie.
Art Soborowicz, Ronald J. Kodl and Joseph F. Czech returned home from Wyoming, each one lucky, getting a buck.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Czech helped their grandson, Kenny Kodl, celebrate his sixth birthday on Thursday evening, Oct. 19th.
Miss Nancy Meyer was a Sunday supper guest at the Albert Kodl's.
Albert and Richard Kodl are husking their corn, he sure has a nice crop of corn this year.
Joseph F. Czech and Frank Sieroczuk took Mr. J. Przyczyna to the V.A. Hospital at Madison on Monday.
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