News: Longwood (28 Feb 1939)
Surnames: Larson, Rasmussen, Franz, Sonderegger, Spry, Wendt, Elton, Miller, Capes, Ivey, Flaaten, Swenson, Benson, Scherf, Scheuerman, Erickson
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 28 Feb 1939
E. Larson of Finlayson, Minn. Visited at the Viggo Rasmussen home this weekend. Miss Inga Rasmussen returned with him.
Mrs. Calvin Franz, Miss Margaret Sonderegger and Ferdinand Franz visited at Wendt's a week ago Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Spry visited at Ralph Miller's recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton were dinner guests at the Jess Capes home Tuesday.
Mesdames Wendt and M. Swenson called at Glen Ivey's Thursday p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Flaaten and Mr. and Mrs. Benson visited Jerome at the Wabeno C.C.C. Camp recently.
The P.T.A. will have their program, planned for the last month, this Thursday, Feb. 28th.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton and daughter were supper guests at Art Swenson's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Spry spent the weekend with home folks.
Theodore Hium visited at Elton's Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernets Capes and family of Unity were dinner guests at Capes' Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Elton and daughter Helen, Mrs. Scheuerman and son were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poppe.
Mesdames Capes and Scherf entertained Saturday evening at the 500 card party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Elton. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Poppe, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Franz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swenson and daughter Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Erickson. Mrs. Calvin Franz and Geo. Poppe received high score and Mrs. Art Swenson and Melvin Erickson low.
A large gathering of friends gathered at the town hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. O. Elton and daughter Helen, who will leave for Viroqua soon to make their future home. A gift was presented them by the Ladies Aid and friends.
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