News: Pray (21 Aug. 1941)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Jepsen, Churchill, Fell, Kjolvik, Hancock, Kozlowski, Lentz, Stachinski, Zelent, Rybski, Nelson, Randall, Lycke, Knutson
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 21 Aug. 1941
Miss Margaret Jepsen left on Wednesday for Milwaukee where she will visit friends and relatives.
Mrs. James Churchill left on Thursday for Chicago where she will visit at the home of her brother, Lawrence Fell.
Mrs. Corabelle Kjolvik and son Gordon, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Eva Hancock, returned to her home at Minneapolis on Friday.
The following were Sunday callers at the Jake Kozlowski home: Mr. and Mrs. Lentz of Withee, Mrs. Stachinski and Mr. Frederick of Withee.
Judy Zelent of Chicago is visiting at Jake Kozlowski home.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rybski and family left for Chicago on Friday evening, where they will visit friends and relatives.
Walter Nelson accompanied the Future Farmers of the Black River Falls high school on a trip to Minneapolis on Thursday and Friday. Points of interest which were visited by the group were: the stockyards, Swift’s packing plant, Ford plant, Chamber of Commerce, and the WCCO broadcasting station.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Randall visited at the Albert Nelson home on Friday.
Clinton Hancock is spending several days with his mother Mrs. Eva Hancock.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lycke of Minneapolis were Saturday callers at the Holger Jepsen home.
Lawrence Knutson of Green Bay has left for the west coast on a two weeks’ vacation from his duties at train dispatcher. He will visit his brother Harold at Spokane, Wash., and points of interest in the west. He is accompanied by his sister Clara of Minneapolis.
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