News: Riverside (31 July 1930)
Surnames: Horn, Cendt, Mantor, Isting, Kurtz, Lowe, Butzloff, Merwin, Merrill, Crawford, Pease, Barrett, Prosser, Spurling, Bakers, Cramer, Ouimette, Wiesen, Kreger, Marsh, Cross, Christensen
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Jul 1930
Mrs. James Horn and son Donald called at the Cendt and Mantor homes on Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Isting and daughter, Alvina of Neenah, were week end visitors at the Frank Kurtz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Christensen of Marshfield called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowe on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Emil Butzloff and daughter Betty, and Mrs. Howard Merwin and two children of Wausau are visiting with the home folks for a few days.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. James Horn entertained Mrs. Louise Merrill and two daughters, of Abbotsford and Miss Isla Crawford and mother of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Lowe and son Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. George Cendt attended the Field Day meeting held at the experimental station at Marshfield on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cendt accompanied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Pease and Mrs. Margaret Barrett of Michigan, visited Irvine Park at Chippewa on Monday.
Wednesday Mrs. Anna Merwin entertained her mother, Mrs. Francis Prosser and daughter Dolly of Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spurling and Mr. Clint Bakers of Nevada, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pease and Mrs. Margaret Barrett from Kalamazoo, Michigan, who have been touring around Lake Michigan through Canada, spent the week end with their brother, George Cendt and family.
Mrs. Vernon Cramer entertained old friends and school mates on the Chas. Ouimette farm. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Ouimette, Mrs. May Wiesen, Mrs. Mable Butzloff and daughter, Betty, Mrs. Grace Merwin and two children of Wausau, Mrs. Bernice Kreger and two children of Milwaukee, and Margaret Mantor and Joan Marsh.
Mrs. Margaret Cross of Oshkosh, who visited last week with her daughter, Mrs. Myron Mantor and family, left on Saturday accompanied by her two granddaughters, Elta Mantor and Mrs. Norman Marsh of *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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