News: Greenwood - Coxie (30 Apr 1933)
Surnames: Lindner, Thwing, Walter, Ehlert, Jolivette, Denk, Walters, Creg, Stowe, Kelty, Haupt, Paschke, Berrett, Arp, Brandt, Suda, Brumbaugh, Stabnow, Bombach, Laabs, Breneman, Severson, Acker, Lindgrun
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Apr 1933
The Raleigh dealer, Merlin Lindner, was a caller through this vicinity Wednesday.
Wm. Thwing visited at the Albert Ehlert home Wednesday.
Mrs. Joe Walter has been suffering with infection on her hands and has been unable to do anything for some time.
Robert Jolivette was a caller in this vicinity Tuesday and Wednesday.
Leonard Denk visited Monday evening with Richard Walters Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stowe, daughter Clara and son Harold and W.E. Thwing spent Easter at the Myron Thwing home near Stanley.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelty and Mr. Emil Haupt helped Joe Walter celebrate his birthday Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Jolivette spent Easter at the I. Jolivette home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Jolivette and daughter, Verland Berrett, W.E. Thwing and son Henry spent Wednesday eveing at Otis Stowe's.
Julia Paschke, Mrs. Ruth Stowe and daughter Clara visited school Friday.
Verland Berrett, Emil Arp and the Ehler family visited with Melvin Thwing Sunday.
The Oscar Brandt family called at the Verland Berrett home one day last week.
Tony Suda and Matt Bombach called at the J. Walter and R. Walter home Sunday p.m.
The McNess dealer was a caller thru this vicinity Thursday.
Mrs. Harris Jolivette helped Mrs. A. Stabnow clean house one day last week.
Mrs. Jake Brumbaugh and daughter betty left for Dakota for an extended visit.
Mrs. E. Arp and daughter Ethel and Mrs. Ruth Stowe called at Laab's one day last week.
Dolores Walter, Ethel Breneman, Donald Acker, Clara Stowe and Melvin Thwing spent their Easter vacation at their respective home here.
Mrs. Vern Severson and sister Mrs. Vaner Lindgrun visited Mrs. J. Kelty Monday.
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