News: Twenty-Six Road (5 Mar 1942)
Surnames: Hull, Vanderhoof, Bymers, Chamberlain, Stochek, Jost, Voelker, Pickett, Gaffney, Fisher, Endries, Stargardt, Cramer, Genett
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 03/05/1942
Old friends of Mrs. Mary Hull stole a surprise on her Sunday, it being her birthday. Her old pals dropped in with a pot luck dinner. A big dinner was enjoyed and the afternoon was spent in playing bingo. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vanderhoof, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bymers and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stocheck and daughter, Mrs. Matt Jost and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voelker and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pickett and daughters and Mrs. Minnie Gaffney. All enjoyed the day even though the honored guest was completely surprised. All departed for their homes wishing Mrs. Hull many happy returns.
Grant Fisher of Scott Field spent a two day leave with his parents, returning Tuesday.
Blanch Endries and Ray Stargardt of Milwaukee spent the week-end at the John Endries home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher and son, Stanley; Carrol Voelker and Angeline Cramer took a trip over the week-end, leaving to see their son, Grant, who is stationed at Scott Field, but when they arrived there to see him he had just left to come home to surprise them. So in other words they were all surprised all around. They arrived in Spencer at about the same time. Grant came home by bus and the others with care.
Clarence Genett and sons [remaining text omitted from copy.]
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