News: Greenwood - Coxie News (12 Jun 1934)
Contact: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Stowe, Kelty, Walter, Stabnow, Severson, Acker, Arp, Brumbaugh, Kline, Schuh, Prellers, Haupt, Swieso, Jolievette, Elhert, Sinclair, Thwing, Harding
------ Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/12/1934
Mrs. Otis Stowe and Mrs. John Kelty and son had dinner with Mrs. Joe Walter Tuesday.
Mrs. August Stabnow returned home Sunday after helping care for her new grandson at the Vern Severson home.
Neighbors and friends helped Mrs. Walter Acker celebrate her birthday Wednesday.
Patty and Gretchen Acker called at Joe Walter Thursday.
Leora and Ethel Arp spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. John Kelty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brumbaugh and family spent Thursday eve at Joe Walter.
Viola Walter returned to her home Sunday after working at the Vern Severson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kline called at John Kelty’s Sunday evening.
Charlie Arp had his foot hurt quite badly.
Rev. Gerald Schuh of Greenwood was a caller in this neighborhood Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kelty and son visited at A.E. Prellers Sunday.
Emil Haupt is entertaining company from Milwaukee.
Mrs. John Kelty called at Walter Swieso’s Monday and one of the Swieso daughters returned home with her for a few days stay.
Mrs. Harris Joliette and daughters visited with Mrs. Aug. Stabnow Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Harold Haupt and Mrs. John Kelty visited at P.M. Johnson’s Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. August Stabnow visited her daughter Mrs. Vern Severson Friday.
Bill Acker’s entertained the south side people at cards at their home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Otis Stowe, Mrs. Albert Elhert and daughter and Henry Thwing left Sunday to attend the funeral of a relative near Plainfield.
Mr. and Mrs. E.V. Sinclair called at Joe Walter’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walter were Spokeville callers Tuesday.
Henry Thwing and Lewis Harding were Plainfield callers last week.
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