News: South Spencer (1948)
Contact: Linda Ewen
Surnames: Adams, Endreas, Gennet, Hoops, Barwineck, Vanderhoof, Boers, Beahra, Koch, Beahm, Peterson, Schoolman, Pankratz, Murphy, Fischer
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 11/25/1948
By Mrs. Albert Adams
The South Spencer Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Ervin Hoops Wednesday afternoon, November 17. There were 12 members present and three new members joined at this meeting, Mrs. Joe Endreas, Mrs. Mark Gennet and Mrs. Elmer Hoops. Four visitors, Mrs. Albert Barwineck, Marshfield; Mrs. Albert Vanderhoof, Mrs. Lawrence Boers and Mrs. Albert Adams. Mrs. Art Beahra was appointed health Chairman for the club. Mrs. Richard Koch and Mrs. Art Beahm who attended the Leaders meeting at Stratford gave the lesson on sewing which included cutting and fitting a garment and a demonstration on sewing a zipper on a garment. Two quilts were tied. Cards were played and prizes awarded.
A guessing contest was a feature of the entertainment and a prize was given to the winner, Mrs. Joe Endreas.
The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Andrew Peterson December 15th and will be a Christmas Party with an exchange of gifts by the members. Lunch was served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schoolman of Clearwater Lake, Wisconsin, announced the birth of a son on November 6th.
Mrs. Ray Pankratz and Mrs. Ralph Fischer were hostesses at a Stork Shower at the home of Mrs. Victor Fischer November 20 in honor of Mrs. Ralph Fischer. Five tables of Bunco were in play and prizes merited by Mrs. Laurence Boers, Mrs. Vilas Gennet and Mrs. Victor Fischer, Jr. The honored guest received many gifts including a sum of money. Supper was served at 4:30 by the hostess.
The Sawyer School Card Club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Beahm Friday evening, November 26th.
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