News: Spencer (5 Feb 1942)




Surnames:  Kreutz, Meacham, Domer, Hebert, Cross, Seefled, Cross, McVean, Freeman, Luepke, Hendrick, Olson


----Source:  Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 02/05//1942



Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kreutz were Marshfield callers Tuesday.


Mrs. Fred Meacham attended the Missionary meeting at Mrs. Ted Domerís at Unity Tuesday afternoon.


Lloyd Hebert sawed wood Wednesday and Friday.


A large crowd attended the P.T.A. at Groveside school Monday.  The Riplinger band gave a concert and a lunch was sold.


Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cross visited at the Aug. Kreutz home Wednesday.


Mr. and Mrs. John Cross and Roger were Tuesday supper guests at the Albert Seefeld home.


Norman Seefeld is employed at the Roddie factory at Marshfield.


Mr. and Mrs. John Cross and Roger attended the pancake supper at the Lutheran church at Spencer Thursday evening.


Lloyd and Jerry Hebert attended an auction at Greenwood Thursday.


Groveside school has a vacation of two weeks as John Cross, the teacher, has the mumps.


Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freeman entertained a group of friends at a party Friday evening.


Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Luepke and Elroy were Sunday supper guests at the John Cross home.


The Homemakers club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Albert Seefeld, with Mrs. Alfred Hendrickson as assisting hostess.  Seventeen members were present.  Miss Olson of Neillsville demonstrated making [remaining text missing from copy.]




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