News: Longwood (15 Dec 1932)
Surnames: Fradette, Decker, Franz, Capes, Ferris, Miller, Scherf, Ivey, Wendt, Sievert, Sheets, Swenson, Vatomis, Griffin, Elton, Aberg, Miller, Lange, Haas, Crain, Gunder, Olm, Geisler
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Dec 1932
A large crowd enjoyed the farewell party Monday evening given in honor of our teacher, Mr. Fradette, who will be our new County Treasurer next year.
Mrs. Henry Decker and son Wm. Spent Friday at the Calvin Franz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Capes and family were Sunday dinner guests of E.E. Capes at Unity.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris, son Harold and Miss Miller were Friday evening callers at Franz's.
A number of friends and relatives from Clark and this vicinity gave Fred Scherf a birthday surprise Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ivey and family were Thursday evening callers at J. Wendt's.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sievert and son Duane were Saturday dinner guests at the C. Franz home.
A number of ladies enjoyed the shower given for Mrs. Sheets Wednesday p.m.
Mrs. Mary Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swenson and daughter Phyllis were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Vatomis home.
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Griffin and family of Mather were Thanksgiving guests at the home of mr. and Mrs. Glen Ivey. Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Ivey are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Elton and daughter were Thursday evening visitors at Aberg's.
An anniversary party was given at the Town Hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Miller Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Franz spent Sunday with mrs. Henry Decker and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson and daughter Marie were Monday afternoon visitors at Aberg's.
Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Lange home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scherf and daughter Charlotte and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haas and family.
Ed Wendt and Bill Crain spent Friday evening at Adolph Geisler's.
Miss Irma Olm, Miss Bertha Wendt and Mr. Gunder of the Neillsville Indian School were Sunday dinner guests at John Wendt's.
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