News: Cannonville (15 Feb. 1940)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Poler, Buddinger, Zdun, Williams, Feutz, Oens, Feutz, Higgins, Johnson, Zank, Larsen

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 15 Feb. 1940


The Ladies’ Aid meets today with Mrs. Ollie Poler.

Election of officers will be the main part of the business.

Mr. Budding has been quite ill with the flu, but is somewhat better now.

Ernest Zdun has been helping with the chores.

The Arthur Williams, Chris Feutz and John Zdun families attended the show in Neillsville Sunday afternoon.

Harry Oens recently lost a horse and has purchased another one.

Roy Feutz accompanied a group of young people to the winter festival at Perkinstown Sunday.

Mrs. Clyde Oens has been quite ill the past but is better now.

Mrs. Buddinger’s sister and family from Lynn visited her Sunday.

Emil Zdun began work for Isaac Higgins in Granton Monday.

Joe Zdun returned from Chicago Saturday night.

Mrs. Sharratt and son, Roland, attended church services in Neillsville Sunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Johnson and Miss Elaine Poler of Eau Claire were weekend visitors at the Oliver Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Poler and son, Lloyd, were Sunday dinner guests there.

Mrs. Albert Zank of Neillsville is spending a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, while her husband takes two brothers to Mississippi, where they will attend a baseball school.

All the Larsen relatives went to the home of Mrs. Geralda Larsen and spent Sunday celebrating the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larsen.

The Kapfer family attended the 4-H club meeting at the hall Saturday night.

Mrs. Williams has been ill but is better now.

The Christ Feutz family drove to Humbird Tuesday and spent the day with their son, Lynn, and his wife.



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