News: Neillsville Community Dances (Aug., 1933)

Contact:  Dee Zimmerman
Email:  ldzimm@tds.net

----Source: Clark County News: Aug. 1933; Compiled by Dee Zimmerman for her weekly column "The Good Ole Days" published Aug. 6, 2003.

Some of the scheduled dances in the Neillsville, Wisconsin area for month of August are: Aug. 23, at the Levis Community Hall; Aug. 20, at the Riverside with music by the Dux Band; Aug. 22, at Garbisch Hall, music by Dick's Orchestra; Aug. 19, Hake's Barn with Rhythm Ramblers band; Aug. 20 at Henry Seltrecht's Barn, 7 miles south of Lynn, I mile south of Hwy. 73; Aug. 20 at Lake Arbutus Pavilion, Hatfield, with the Modem Rhythm Boys pro- viding the music; Aug. 25 at the Marshfield Wildwood Park, dance of the year, music by Milwaukee's waltz king, Bill Carlsen and his 12- piece band. A benefit dance for the Columbia baseball team will be held at Kiatt's Barn, I mile west and I mile north of the Hewettville town hall on Aug. 31. There is entertainment Friday, Saturday and Labor Day at Clarence Hell's Palm Garden, at Hatfield. They will serve fried chicken and nickel beers. Ben Buchert, who lives south of Thorp, was in Neillsville Thursday, bring- ing with him his remarkable violin to place on exhibition at the Clark County Fair. The violin, made by Mr. Buchert, is a very wonderful piece of workmanship. All fair visitors should look it up when they are at the fair. it was Buchert's intention to take the instrument to the World's Fair, but he decided to put it on local exhibition. A band concert and ice cream social will be held at the Forest Side School, in Chili on August 28. A ladies' baseball game, featuring the Gardner Sluggers vs. Forest Side White Socks will be the team With Rhythm Ramblers band; Aug. 20 at Henry Settrecht's Bam, 7 miles south of Lynn, I mile south of Hwy. 73; Aug. 20 at Lake Arbutus Pavilion, Hatfield, with the Modem Rhythm Boys pro- viding the music; Aug. 25 at the Marshfield Wildwood Park, dance of the year, music by Milwaukee's waltz king, Bill Carlsen and his 12- piece band. A benefit dance for the Columbia baseball team will be held at Klatt's Bam, I mile west and I mile north of the Hewettville town hall on Aug. 31. There is entertainment Friday, Saturday and Labor Day at Clarence Hell's Palm Garden, at Hatfield. They will serve fried chicken and nickel beers.

 

 


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