News: Thorp (30 Jan 1969)
Surnames: Boie, Chickering, Ebben, Wilcenski, Benzschawel, Sawczuk, Sonnentag, Soderberg, Bradley, Teclaw, Gisvold, Kaczmarek, Szymanski, Badzinski, Bobb, Thiel, Wagener, Misfeldt, Wagner, Hubbard, Walternaitis, Seidling, Smigaj
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Jan 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Rich Boie and children, Kay, Kent, Kari, spent Sunday in Gilman visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doug Chickering and children, Dawn and Mark. They were accompanied to Gilman by Mrs. Clara Ebben, who visited with her sister, Mrs. Vic Wilcenski.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benzschawel accompanied Ervin Benzschawel to St. Paul last week. They called at the Edward Sawczuk home.
PFC Neil Sonnentag is spending a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sonnentag.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Soderberg and Mrs. Arthur Soderberg spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Soderberg at Marshfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Benzschawel called on Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bradley last Friday.
Miss Paula Teclaw returned to WSU at Eau Claire on Sunday, after spending a week at her parent's home.
Mrs. Dennis Gisvold called on Smigaj's Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaczmarek were Sunday dinner guests at the Malen Teclaw home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Szymanski were afternoon visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Badzinski and family of Marshfield visited in Thorp on Sunday at the Celia Parks and Louie Badzinski homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bobb visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thiel of Owen.
Mrs. Marce Wagener of Milwaukee and Mrs. Harvey Boie spent Saturday evening with their aunt, Mabel Misfeldt.
Mr. and Mrs. Marv Wagner and children, Ronald, Alice, Mae and Mary Beth, of Milwaukee, spent the weekend visiting relatives in Thorp, and also Mrs. Wagner's father, Bert Hubbard, at Stanley Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walteraitis and family visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bobb.
Mr. and Mrs. Norm Seidling and sons of Eau Claire, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Ebben of Wausau, were visitors at the Delton Ebben home.
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