News: Neillsville - North Grand Ave. Road (28 Dec. 1939)

Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Keller, May, Schuelke, Paulsrude, DeMert, Stucki, O’Brien, Hemp, Kuester, Tews Vandeberg, Voight, Gullickson, Kalsow

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 28 Dec. 1939

North Grand Ave. Road

Mrs. Elmer Keller - Phone: Blue 112

It is with regret I write these news items, which will be my last in the paper, having written for the past eight years, as we are moving on Friday to Alma, Wis., route one.

I take this opportunity to thank the neighbors for their cooperation in gathering items, and to the members of The Press force, and wish each and every one a happy with prosperous New Year.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter May and two children of Milwaukee came Friday for a visit over the holidays with their parents. On Sunday they had their little girl baptized and were dinner guests at the Otto May home. Others there were Mr. and Mrs. Lester May and bay and Mrs. Emma Schuelke.

Mrs. A. Paulsrude and son, Joe, are spending a few weeks in Green Bay with her daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar DeMert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stucki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold O’Brien and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Hemp spent Tuesday at the Ferdinand Kuester home, helping their mother celebrate her birthday.

Miss Edna Tews had Sunday dinner with Mildred Baumann.

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Keller and son, Lee, had Christmas dinner at the Horace Vandeberg home and has supper and spent the evening at the Ed Voight home.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tews and family spent Christmas with her brother, near Madison.

John Gullickson returned home last week from the hospital in Madison, feeling much improved.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kalsow had Sunday dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tews.



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