News: Dorchester (7 June 1918)
Surnames: Kregel, Oestreich, Skerbeck, Tiedemann, Zastrow, Samadomsky, Paulson
----Source: DORCHESTER HERALD (Dorchester, Clark Co., Wis.) 7 June 1918
Dorchester - June 7, 1918
Miss Luvella Kregel left last week Friday for her home in Wausau. Miss Kregel, who has been a teacher in the public school of this village during the past year, is now actively engaged in taking the annual school census in the city of Wausau. The census, which is the same as taken in all school districts in the state, requires the names of all children between the ages of four and twenty-one years with their birthdays, the names of their parents and the school which they attend, either public or private, and the total number of residents in the home.
William Oestreich left last week for an extended visit at Manitowoc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skerbeck are the parents of a bright baby boy who came to their home Thursday, May 30th.
Miss Vivian Tiedemann, having finished her work as a teacher in the public school, left last Friday for her home at Thorp.
Mrs. Zastrow and family have moved this week to the cheese factory which is being operated by Mr. Zastrow near Loyal. Sam Samadomsky and Ole Paulson hauled her household goods over.
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