News: Butler (17 Feb. 1944)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Audorf, Mock, Kuehl, Collins, Shoemaker

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 17 Feb. 1944

Butler - by Mrs. Fred Morgan

Mrs. Ludvig Audorf is selling and sorting her household goods and will join her husband in Vancouver, Wash., where she has employment. Her mother will accompany her on her trip.

Fred Mock received word from his mother in Stanley that she was very ill and not expected to recover. Soon thereafter word came that she had died.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuehl left Thursday for Beloit, where he has employment.

A representatives of the Gideon Bible society attended the Butler Sunday school and gave a talk on the work the Gideons are doing in placing Bibles in hotels, in the armed services and in schools where it is not against the law to do so. Wisconsin does not allow this to be done.

The Birthday club had their valentine party at the home of Capp Collins Wednesday.

Leo Shoemaker is driving the school bus and helping Glen Tioman? when off duty.

The children at the Butler school had a valentine party on Friday afternoon.



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