News: Sherwood (16 Jan. 1941)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Schwanebeck, Freedlund, Henninger, Nowack, Knoll, Todd, Appleby, Jacobson, Ziemendorf, Fields, Davis, Rassmusen, Cowgill, Bradley

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 16 Jan. 1941


Mrs. Glen Schwanebeck visited last Sunday in the Cowgill and Bradley homes.

Norman Freedlund has been talking Oswald Henninger to the doctor in Granton to have his side dressed.

Malon Freedlund and Lovella Henninger celebrated their seventh birthdays Saturday at Norman Freedlundís. Cake and ice cream were served.

Ray Nowack delivered hay from Lynn to Allen Freedlundís Friday.

A party was given Saturday evening for Irma Schwanebeck at the Charles Schwanebeck home.

Some of the neighbors helped Albert Knoll celebrate his birthday Sunday evening.

Mrs. Bert Todd was able to be at church Sunday after a recent illness.

Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Appleby and Lawrence Rassmusen were Sunday supper guests at the Francis Jacobson home.

Dewey Ziemendorft left for Baraboo Sunday on business.

Mrs. Reuben Fields visited Mrs. Allen Freedlund Wednesday.

Some of our young folks have been enjoying skating on the dam.

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis and Clair of Neillsville were Sunday visitors at Norman Freedlund.



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