News: West Beaver (30 Apr 1933)
Surnames: Worden, Sinclair, Arp, Laabs, Brandt, Brumbaugh, Siebert, Jolivette, Klein, Schnoor, Johnson, Walters,
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Apr 1933
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Worden and family spent Sunday at the E.V. Sinclair home.
Mrs. E.G. Arp and daughter Ethel called on Mrs. Wm. Laabs Jr. on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Byron Sinclair is staying with her grandson Harvey while the latter's wife is in the hospital at Marshfield. At this writing, Mrs. Harvey Sinclair is much improved.
Mrs. Oscar Brandt of Neillsville called on her brother Verland Berrett one day.
Mrs. J.C. Brumbaugh called on Mrs. E.G. Arp Thursday p.m.
Word has been received of the birth of a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Siebert of South Dakota. Mrs. Siebert will be remembered as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Brumbaugh.
Robert Jolitette spent Thursday with Charles Arp.
Harold Brumbaugh arrived from South Dakota Saturday, returning Sunday a.m., accompanied by his mother and sister Betty. Mrs. Brumbaugh will help nurse Helen back to health, as we hear she is not doing as well as was expected.
Charles Arp spent Sunday p.m. with Verland Berrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arp and little daughter Arlene visited at the home of E.G. Arp Thursday evening.
While we up here enjoyed a beautiful blanket of snow, the people of Daven port, Iowa were beholding one of the worst hail storms in many years. Much damage was done to hothouses and other buildings, breaking windows. The loss was estimated as thousands of dollars. Hail stones as large as hens eggs were gathered up the next morning. Streets had to be cleared of hail before traffic could pass through.
Mr. and Mrs. George Klein and little daughter Florence spent Sunday evening at the E.G. Arp home.
Mr. Wm. Laabs Sr. is to open the West Beaver Cheese Factory May 1st. Good luck to you Mr. Laabs.
Mrs. E.V. Sinclair visited with her daughter, Mrs. W. Worde, on Monday.
Everybody from here attended the town election Tuesday and it will be a day none of us will be able to forget.
Mr. and Mrs. E.V. Sinclair called on Mrs. Henry Schnoor Wednesday.
Mrs. Harvey Sinclair was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital at Marshfield Sunday p.m.
Leo and Charles Arp of Wolters Corners visited with home folks.
A large crowd attended the birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. P.M. Johnson on Saturday, a most enjoyable time was had by all. The next birthday party will be at the home of Mrs. Richard Walters, April 27.
Mrs. E.G. Arp visited at the Verland Berrett home Sunday p.m.
Charles Arp spent Sunday at Verland Berrett's.
Mrs. E.G. Arp called on Mrs. Lewis Harding Sunday evening. Glad Lewis is so much improved at this writing.
Much merriement was caused by two Shieks appearing in our midst Sunday evening. Several friends were called upon and everybody was startled by their rather swaggering appearance, until we discovered they were young ladies of our community. They ware so sorry they had to break their dates with the ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Laabs and son returned home Saturday.
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