News: Veefkind (1941)
Surnames: Gerdes, Pischer, Tews, Gehrke, Kresselt, Albrecht, Schroeder, Luchterhand, Vanderhoof, Bymers, Werth, Arndt, Stevens, Bleumke, Hancock, Kresselt, Kissinger, Below, Rahm, Thiede
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 07/10/1941
Carl Gerdes was a caller at the Albert Tews home Monday evening.
Many of the farmers in this vicinity celebrated the Fourth of July in the hay fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Philmore Pischer spent Thursday at the home of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tews.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Gehrke, Mr. and Mrs. George Kresselt, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tews were Marshfield shoppers Saturday evening.
Mrs. Melvin Tews and daughters, Anola and Jean, were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. Albrecht home.
The Veefkind Ladies Mission Aid has been postponed to meet Thursday, July 17. Mrs. Julius Schroeder. Mrs. Alvin Luchterhand and Mrs. Munson Vanderhoof will be the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bymers spent Saturday fishing at Rock Lake. They brought home their limit of crappies.
Mrs. Henry Werth, a resident of this community 13 years ago, now living in Hartford, Wash., was a guest at the Albert Tews home Sunday. Her husband, a former cheesemaker here, passed away last January. Other guests were August Tews and Mrs. Herman Arndt of Marshfield, and Mrs. Minnie Stevens of Wisconsin Rapids.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bleumke of Watertown were visitors in this neighborhood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hancock and daughter, Virginia, of Portland, Oregon, are visiting at the Ed Stevens home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kresselt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Siegert Krasselt were 4th of July guests of Alvin Kissinger at Chili and Sunday guests at the Ernest Krasselt home in Loyal.
Albert Tews and son, Melvin, spent Sunday fishing near Stratford. Their prize fish was a seven pound pickerel.
Mesdames Albert and Melvin Tews called on Mrs. Aug. Rahm Monday afternoon.
August Rahm and Walter Theide made a business trip to Minneapolis over the week-end.
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