News: Sherwood (4 Oct 1962)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Todd, Davis, Eustler, Jacobson, Condiff, Sparks, Fields, Cary, Booth, Cattanach, Moeller, Gehre, Chase, Lawrence, Schwanebeck, Bradley, Schafer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 4, 1962
Sherwood (4 October 1962)
Mrs. Russell Todd entertained the Community Club recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis, Springfield, Ore., and Mrs. Ruth Eustler of California visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jacobson. The Jacobsons and their guests were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jacobson in Wisconsin Rapids.
Mrs. Bernice Condiff of Sidney, Mont., who has been visiting Miss Helen Sparks and other relatives, left for home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fields of Granton and Mrs. Rueben Fields visited over a week with friends and relatives in Rockford, Ill.
Miss Helen Sparks, Mrs. Bernice Condiff, Mrs. Bert Todd and Mrs. Lyle Cary visited the Wayne Booths recently.
Sharon Cattanach of Lindsey spent a weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd. The Lyle Cattanachs, Helen Sparks and Bernice Condiff also were guests there.
Mr. and Mrs. James Todd and family of Rockford and Becky Todd of Madison visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Todd.
Marla Moeller has been home from school for two weeks with blood poison in her hand. She returned to school Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gehre, Nekoosa, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jacobson and sons and Beverly Jacobson, Wisconsin Rapids, were Sunday visitors at Francis Jacobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chase, Roy Lawrence of York Center, Miss Fannie Chase and Joe Chase of Neillsville called there, also.
Miss Helen Sparks spent a night with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Booth, of Chili.
Glenn Schwanebeck accompanied Curtis Bradley and friends of Rio to Wyoming hunting. They left Saturday.
Arvil Schafer of Rockford spent the weekend with his family here.
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