News: Longwood (09 Jul 1925)

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Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Moen, Benson, Sorenson, Erickson, Anderson, Delong, Ericksmoen, Hermansen, Jackson, Jorgenson, Flaatten, Awe

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (09 Jul 1925)

Mrs. K. Moen of Superior, left Sunday for Superior after a week's visit at the Carl Benson home.

Julius Sorenson left Tuesday for Larson for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. R.C. Erickson. He will also visit relatives and friends in Chicago and Stevens Point before returning home.

Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Anderson and daughter Rue, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Anderson of Greenwood visited with relatives and friends here Sunday.

Mrs. Delong and grandson Bobby Sorenson of Antigo came Friday for a visit at the Nels Sorenson home.

Charlie Ericksmoen was severely injured at the gravel pit at Black River Thursday. The gravel pit caved in on him, breaking both his hips and hurting him internally. He was taken to the Chippewa hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Hermansen of Curtiss visited at the Louis Jackson home Thursday.

There will be a pie and ice cream social at the Longwood Hall Saturday evening July 11. Ladies bring pies and everybody come.

Mrs. Emma Jorgenson left for her home at Seattle, Wash. after a visit at the Carl Benson home.

Martin and Emil Sorenson visited with C. Ericksmoen at the Chippewa Hospital Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Flaatten of Owen of Pike Lake Sunday.

Several from here spent the 4th at Thorp and Neillsville.

Mr. and Mrs. John Awe of Owen visited at the C.M. Anderson home Thursday evening.

 

 


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