News: North Grand Ave. Road (1 Feb. 1934)

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----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 1 Feb. 1934

North Grand Ave. Road (Mrs. Elmer Keller)

Mrs. Otto May came home from the hospital Sunday. She is getting along nicely.

Mr. and Mrs. Clare Smale, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tews spent last week Sunday evening at the Chas. Tews home.

Bernard Scouten, Sadie and Bill VandeBerg of Waupun came a week ago Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends here and at York Center.

Tews’ attended the 25th anniversary of the Ladies’ Aid of St. Johns Lutheran Sunday.

Mrs. Jennie Gress is ill and confined to her bed.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dux and Paul Dux spent Thursday evening at Otto May’s.

Mr.s Paulsrude and Ann Appleyard called at the Sherman Gress home Friday evening.

Walter May and Loretta Schuilke spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gress.

Bernard Scouten, Bill and Sadie VandeBerg of Waupun, John VandeBerg, Harold and Bernice VandBerg were Sunday dinner guests at the VandeBerg-Keller home.

Mrs. Herman Hagedorn spent all day Thursday with her parents.

Mrs. Fritz Dux was an all day visitor at the Otto May home Thursday.

Mrs. John VandeBerg was sick with a hard cold for several days.

Mrs. Elmer Keller received a promotion from the Ward-Stilson Co. to Supervisor, having charge of Marathon County and other counties north and north east. She will leave for Wausau within a few days to become acquainted with her new work.

 

 


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