News: Longwood, WI
----Source: Schwarze-Buker Family Album; Greenwood Gleaner Clipping, 20-Dec-1934.
LONGWOOD LOCAL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Goeke and family were Sunday dinner guests at Calvin Franz's.
Mr. and Mrs. Amo Vater and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hawks and daughter were Sunday dinner, guests at F. Scherf's.
The Christmas program by the children will be given at the Lutheran Church on Sunday at 7:45 p.m.
The school program will be given Friday evening, Dec. 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Capes visited at the E.E. Capes home at Unity Sunday p.m. Mrs. Toulee is seriously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Gosse left Saturday for Chicago, having visited a few weeks here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scherf and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Hawks home.
Mrs. Axel Flaaten is home from the LeGault hospital.
Miss Fem Bowen left a week ago Tuesday for a visit with her brother at Neillsville.
Friends of the Tom Haas family from Montana and Illinois visited them over Thanksgiving.
Miss Gertrude Awe spent Saturday eve and Sunday afternoon with her parents. She is employed at the Owen hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Swasal and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Franz, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hawks and daughter, Henrietta, and Mr. and Mrs. O. Elton and daughter, Helen, were Saturday evening visitors at Fred Scherf s.
Many ladies from this vicinity spent a pleasant afternoon at the miscellaneous shower given Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Gosse--Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Awe were supper guests at Elton's Sunday.
Gordon Thorson visited relatives at Neenah.
Miss Marion Adams is librarian at the Braun School.
Mrs. Vaughn of Crandon visited at the Tom Haas home.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Franz visited a week ago Sunday at the Sievert home in Eau Claire.
Miss Charlotte McCarty of Whitehall spent Thanksgiving vacation with home folks.
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