News: Longwood (07 Mar 1935)
Surnames: Awe, Elton, Scherf, Worden, Zelm, Boyer, Vamstad, Afrank, Erickson, Smasal, McCarty, Farwell, Spry, Veurink, Fradette, Franz, Capes, Swenson, Bowen, Frenchtown
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 07 Mar 1935
Mrs. Fred Awe spent Thursday at Elton's.
Mrs. L. Scherf and daughter Natalie and the Misses Worden and Frenchtown visited at F. Scherf's Saturday afternoon.
The teachers and school children surprised Helen Elton Friday p.m. by giving her a party at school and presented her with a beautiful fountain pen and pencil set.
Ruth Vamstad has been ill.
Mrs. W.A. Zelm and Mrs. M. Erickson entertained at a dancing party at Town Hall Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Afrank and Mrs. And Mrs. O. Elton. An orchestra from Owen furnished good music and the large crowd present reported a good time.
Art Smasal and family received a visit from his mother and sister-in-law Friday.
Miss Charlotte McCarty and Mr. Tomby of Whitehall spent the weekend at the A.H. McCarty home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Farwell went with them Sunday evening for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Boyer spent Saturday afternoon at Elton's.
Mrs. Howard Farwell was instructor in the Primary Room last week due to the illness of Mrs. Spry.
Mr. Veurink took a truckload of machinery to Viroqua for Elton's Wednesday and on Saturday he trucked the horses and cattle there.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fradette and daughter, Lorraine, of Neillsville were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.H. McCarty on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Franz entertained the following at Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scherf and daughter Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Capes and daughter Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton and daughter Helen.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Smasal and family were dinner guests at Art Swenson's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Elton and daughter Helen were dinner guests at Mrs. Mary Swenson's Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Franz and Ferdinand Franz were dinner guests at Vamstad's a week ago.
Mrs. Ed Bowen visited a week recently with her son Howard and family at Neillsville.
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