News: Reseburg (28 Apr 1966)
Surnames: Frese, Knadjek, Jacque, Budolfson, Noah, Hendrichs, Dobrzanski, Alger, Grajkowski, Barth, Andruskiewicz, Couillard, Hollfelder, Budzinski, Truckey, Hinker, Biddle, Dahm, Kozerka, Wojt, Michur
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 28 Apr 1966
The following visited at the Henry Frese home on Saturday afternoon: Marlene Knajdek and Marlis Jacque of St. Paul, Diane Budolfson of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ed Budolfson, Sheila and Richard Jacque, Mrs. Verlan Noah and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrichs and Frances Dobrzanski helped Georgia Alger celebrate her 18th birthday Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. JOe Grajkowski and Mathew were among those that attended the FFA dinner on Saturday night.
Sp 4 Edwin Barth, who recently returned from Korea, is spending his furlough at his home here before going to Indiana, where he will be stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andruskiewicz visited at the Ed Michur home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Anton Jacque, daughter Evelyn, and Wayne Couillard spent Thursday and Friday at the Knadjek home in St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hollfelder of Mt. Horeb accompanied Sp 4 Edwin Barth to his home here on Thursday, and they all visited at the Leonard and Robert Barth homes at Stanley on Thursday night.
Mrs. John Budzinski and Betty and Tammy, and Mrs. Joe Truckey and Randy visited at the Henry Frese home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrichs and Frances Dobrzanski visited at the Ronald Hinker home at Wausau on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ed Budolfson and Diane called at the Dennis Biddle home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahm of Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Peter) Dahm and son of Perkinstown were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Walter Dahm home.
Bob Kozerka and Bob Wojt visited Ed Michur Jr. on Sunday afternoon.
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