News: Longwood, WI Locals (22-Nov-1934)

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----Source: Schwarze-Buker Family Album; Greenwood Gleaner Clipping, 22-Nov-1934.

LONGWOOD LOCAL NEWS

Miss Marion Kluck, Beyrl and Douglas Rowe were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Spry.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Gosse of Chicago arrived Saturday for a visit at the Zelm and Gosse homes.

Mr. and Mrs. Chevington of Appleton have been recent visitors at the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Anderson.

A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ivey, Nov. 15th.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hawks an,& laughter visited at F. Scherf Tuesday evening.

Rev. and Mrs. Irish of Thorp were ,,upper guests at the Jess Capes hoME Friday.

The P.T.A. will meet Friday evening, Nov. 23rd.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swenson went to La Farge, Thursday and Friday attend the funeral of a relative.

Mr. and Mrs. O. Elton and daughter were Saturday evening visitors at C. Franz's.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Buchanan of Withee were dinner guests at E. L. Boyer's Sunday.

A number of girls helped Leona- Wendt celebrate her birthday Sunday p.m.

Miss Marion Adams was a Neillsville visitor Tuesday.

Rev. and Mrs. Irish and Mrs.. Vamstad called on Mrs. Mary Swenson Friday p.m.

Miss Florence Kessewick of the Marshfield hospital visited home folks over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Franz were week ago Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Decker.

Mrs. Elton called on Mrs. E. Bowen Friday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Smith of Owen were recent supper guests at the Theo Adams home.

 

 


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