Corners (14 May 1942)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Crothers, Canfield, Lesar, Bakers, True, Beeckler, Davis, Kuhl, Ayers, Mitchel, Phipps, Wage, Downer, Breese, Oldham, Kinney
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 14 May 1942
Windfall Corners - by Mrs. Victor Krejci
Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Crothers, Mrs. Eva Canfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lesar were visitors Saturday evening at James Bakers.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold True of Stevens Point were supper guests at Ben Beeckler’s home Thursday.
Marvin Davis went to Elkhorn Tuesday on the bus to work for Norman Kuhl, who owns a chicken ranch.
Truman Davis entertained relatives and friends on his 70th birthday Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ayers visited over the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Sherman Mitchel and family at McGregor, Iowa.
Mrs. Arthur Phipps, Tom Wage and daughter Gladys were Sunday visitors at Eva Canfield’s home.
Mrs. Neil Downer and son Ross called on Mrs. John Breese Tuesday afternoon.
Alfred Oldham of Redville came home Saturday night to visit his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Davis were Neillsville business callers Tuesday afternoon and Angeline Davis cared for Grandma Breese.
Herbert Kinney called on Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beecklerl Saturday and helped Mr. Beeckler trim their big maple tree, which was damaged by wind last summer.
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