News: Cozy Corner (24 Jan. 1935)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Lindow, Roehl, Wolf, King, Schmidtke, Dorst, Madler, Foemmel

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 24 Jan. 1935

Cozy Corner

There was a party at the Donald Lindow home Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roehl celebrated his 26th birthday at the Adolph Foemmel home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolf were also there.

Mr. and Mrs. Art Lindow and family visited at the Walter King home Sunday.

Some more snow and cold weather, the snow is from three to four feet deep in places on the side roads.

There wasn’t a very big turnout to the Community club on account of cold weather. Esther Foemmel played the Harmonica, Walter Roehl and Will Wolf the accordion and Glen Roehl the guitar. They furnished the music for the entertainment.

Will Wolf is working for Glen Roehl, hauling cord wood.

Herman Roehl and Alvin are hauling cord wood to Grunenke Factory.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dorst and children took dinner at the Albert Lindow home Sunday.

Walter Foemml took care of Stanley Madler while Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madler went to Mrs. Schmidtke’s Funeral.



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