News: Cannonville (23 Jan. 1941
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Oens, Larsen, Aasen, Kapfer, Osgood, Millar, Sharratt, Schecklman, Hohenstein, Williams, Spreael, Ksilling, Fees

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 23 Jan. 1941


Mrs. Oens entertained the Ladies Aid last Thursday. A large crowd attended, and a delicious lunch was served. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Soren Larsen, president; Mrs. Reuben Aasen, vice-president; Mrs. Elmer Kapfer, treasurer; and Mrs. Clyde Oens, secretary. Those from away were Mrs. Mott Osgood and daughter, Hope; of Granton and Mrs. Millar of Madison.

Mrs. Sharratt is spending a few days visiting her daughter, Mrs. Albert Schecklman, at Heintown.

Soren Laresen sawed wood Friday.

Ralph Hohenstein is working for Oliver Williams while Edgar Spreael is laid up with a lame arm.

Ernest Kissling returned from a Marshfield hospital Thursday. His eye will be all right.

Mr. and Mrs. Soren Larsen visited the Fees family, near Neillsville, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larsen visited at the Oscar Larsen home Sunday.



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