News: Pine Valley Center (28 April 1932)

Transcriber: Crystal Wendt

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 28 April 1932

Mrs. Earl Wood and Mrs. Mabel Palmer drove to Marshfield, Saturday afternoon for Miss Ruth Woo. Miss Wood has been doing special beauty culture work there a few days.

Mr and Mrs. Orin Eastman visited her father, Mr. Mashin at Columbia Sunday.

All the neighbors attended Fred Mohr’s funeral Saturday. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved relatives.

Miss Myrtle Magnus on and Roy Chase spent Friday evening with Mrs. Mabel Palmer and family.

Mrs. Kekow and H. Doege of Loyal spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Ernest Palmer.

George Mashin and family spent Friday with their sister, Mrs. Orin Eastman.

Mrs. C. Wightman visited Mrs. Harry Gehrt Sunday and had supper there.

Mr and Mrs. Ed. Hubbard entertained their son Leslie Hubbard and family of Janesville over the weekend. Mrs. Leslie Hubbard came to attend the funeral of her brother Louis Ketel.

Ed. Hubbard has been kept busy selling hay the past two weeks but he has sold it all now.

Mrs. John Walters spent Monday evening with Mrs. Ed. Hubbard.

Loretta Schuelke returned home Monday after helping at Palmer’s. Mrs. Mabel Palmer was special night for Allen Freedlund of Pittsville. Mr. Freedlund is gaining very nicely and expects to leave for home soon.

Mr and Mrs. Lee Kapfer and son and Mildred Kapfer visited Mr. And Mrs. Ehlers at Merrillan, Sunday.

The Lee Kapfer family visited his brother, Elmer Kapfer, one evening last week.

Mrs. Rekow and friend spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. C. Kapfer.



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