News: Milan, Johnson Twp., Marathon Co., Wis. (8 Aug. 1946)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Schmidt, Benzmann, Schreiber, Kruppka, Radlinger, Kramer, Ganser, Vesely, Freimund, Donahue, Ellenbecker, Decker, Calborn, Hannemann, Ackerman, Haderlein

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/08/1946

Milan, Wis. - Aug. 8, 1946

Chas. F. Schmidt and son, Alfred, and Paul Benzmann attended a meeting of mink raisers at Poynette last Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Schreiber and daughters, Catherine and Carmelita, Mr. and Mrs. John Kruppka, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schreiber and son, Rodney, Miss Margaret and Frank Radlinger and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer were at Mosinee Tuesday night to surprise the former’s son in law, Phillip Ganser, in observance of his birthday anniversary.

Mrs. Anthony Veseler and children returned Wednesday after spending a week with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freimund, at Brantwood.

Mrs. Gerald Donahue, Milwaukee, is visiting at the Clarence Ellenbecker, Urban Decker, and Alvar Calborn homes.

Otto Hannemann returned Tuesday after spending several weeks at Greenwood, Wisconsin.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ackerman and daughter, Beatrice, Seattle, Wash., spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Urban Decker and Clarence Ellenbecker homes.

Jack Hadelein arrived here from Chicago Sunday to visit his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Haderlein, and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Vesely and son, Delmar, left Sunday for St. Paul and Minneapolis where Mr. Vesely will attend a hardware convention and Mrs. Vesely and Delmar will visit with relatives.



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