News: Nevins (28 Nov. 1940)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Seltrecht, Scholtz, Fluegel, Cary, Seman, Paun, Falk, McCann, Tullis, Shimpkus, McPherson, Rosandich, Brinkmeier, Dodte, Henninger
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 28 Nov. 1940
Mrs. Henry Seltrecht helped Mrs. Ralph Scholtz with her work all day Monday last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fluegel and Mr. and Mrs. George Cary and son, Lyle, attended the Sorenson auction sale on Wednesday.
Helen and Joe Seman visited at the George Fluegel home Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Henry Seltrecht and children had Sunday dinner with her folks.
John Seman attended the county directors meeting of the milk pool at the home of Lloyd Parker.
The Chili Catholic Ladies Aid was entertained by Mrs. Tom Paun Sunday.
Fred Seltrecht, Sr., and Mrs. Henry Seltrecht were Neillsville callers one day last week.
Helen, Joe and John Seman spent Friday evening at the Max Falk home.
Mrs. George Fluegel visited Audubon school Friday afternoon.
Dorothy Falk was home from her scholastic duties in Stevens Point Normal during the teachers institute held in Milwaukee.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton McCann gave a dance in the Sherwood hall Saturday evening, the occasion being their tenth wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tullis and son, George, and daughter, Doris, spent Sunday at the Ralph Scholtz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shimpkus visited Sunday with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McPherson.
The Sherwood local of the Neillsville Milk Products Company held their monthly meeting at the home of Mike Rosandich.
Irene and Glenn Brinkmeier were Sunday callers at the Ralph Scholtz home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cary and son, Lyle, did shopping in Neillsville and Granton Thursday.
The Juniors held a get-together mask party in the Sherwood town hall Friday evening, November 15.
Henry Seltrecht took a truck load of stock to Milwaukee Tuesday evening, going through to Fort Atkinson on the return trip, bringing seven head of Brown Swiss cattle for Arnold Nitsche.
Helen and John Seman and Frank Scholtz attended the Pine Valley Milk Pool meeting at the Bernard Dodte home Thursday evening.
Oswald Henninger is on the sick list and under a doctor’s care.
Max Falk and John Seman attended the Miller **Rest cut off. ***
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