News: Longwood (08 Dec 1932)
Surnames: Wendt, Horn, Wentland, Thorson, Goeke, Franz, Mink, Franzmeier, Sayles, Swenson, Chevington, Anderson, Elton, Flikke, Prize, Malen, Adams, Darling, Capes, Harms, Courter, Miller, Staple, McCarty, Sorenson, Scherf, Leffler, Forgeson, Crain, Flaaten
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 8 Dec 1932
Mr. and Mrs. John Wendt and daughter visited friends at Stratford Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Bill Horn of Hemlock, sons Rude and Herman and Alice Wentland of Brodhead visited at the Abe Thorson home Wednesday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goeke and family were Friday afternoon callers at Calvin Franz's.
Gilbert Mink of Madison called at John Wendt's Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Franzmeier and son were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Calvin Franz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sayles of Rockton spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Swenson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Chevington and Myron Anderson of Appleton were weekend visitors with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton and daughter called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Flikke Thursday afternoon.
Misses Hilda and Frieda Prize of Atwood spent a few days with Violet Malen, a week agon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Adams called on Mrs. Darling Sunday afternoon.
The Jess Capes family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fern Harms and family of Owen and Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Capes and family of Unity at dinner Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wendt and family and Mrs. Mary Swenson visited Thursday afternoon at the Wm. Courter home.
Mr. Staple, Howard and Charlotte and Lula Miller were Sunday callers in Fenwood a week ago.
Mr. Staple was called to Cornell a week ago Thursday evening by the sudden death of a brother. On Monday he and his son Justin went to Holcomb to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Franz and Mrs. Wendt called on Mrs. Crain Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Charlotte McCarty came from Whitehall to spend Thanksgiving with home folks.
Henry Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Flaaten, Mrs. Scherf, Mrs. Leffler and Helen Forgeson were Thursday evening callers at Elton's.
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